Feed Grains: Ukraine barley exports down

By Commodity News Service Canada

Winnipeg, Jan. 17 (CNS) – Following are a few highlights in
the Canadian and world feed grains markets for Wednesday, Jan.
17.

December barley exports from Ukraine are down, according to
a story from UkrAgroConsult. According to preliminary
information from market participants’ barley exports were at
70.6 million tonnes, which is four and a half times less than
the previous year. It is the smallest December export volume
since 2011.

South Korea’s Nonghyup Feed has bought 137,000 tonnes of
feed corn in two cargoes and 65,000 tonnes of wheat, according
to a story on agricensus.com. Nonghyup Feed is an animal feed
processor based in Seoul, South Korea. The company also trades
raw materials for animal feeds.

The Nebraska Corn Board is celebrating its 40th anniversary
this year, according to a story by KTIC AM 840. Throughout the
organization’s 40-year history it has received funding from a
corn checkoff and has promoted the value of the corn industry.

Feed grain prices in key cattle feeding area of Lethbridge
increased during the week ended Jan. 12, according to
information from the Alberta provincial government. Feed wheat
is sitting at C$221 to C$225 per tonne and feed barley is at
C$220 to C$225.

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