Indonesia: Grain and Feed Update

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   ID2021-0032

Wheat imports for 2020/21 are revised downward to 9.5 million tons from the previous estimate of 10.0 million tons, reflecting lower inclusion rates in feed rations. Corn consumption for 2020/21 is forecast to increase to 8.9 million tons on stronger demand from the feed sector. Rice imports are revised downward following the Ministry of Trade reversing course on planned imports of one million tons during 2021.

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