Jordan: Grain and Feed Annual

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In MY2021/22 wheat imports are forecast to reach 1.2 MMT. Barley consumption is expected to increase to 810 TMT, as farmers build up their herds due to increase in demand of their prized Awasi sheep in the Gulf countries. U.S. corn and rice imports are forecast at 100,000 MT, 95,000 MT respectively, with U.S. rice as the leading supplier of the Jordanian market.

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