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Algeria: Grain and Feed Update

The Ministry of Agriculture has not yet released figures regarding the MY2020/21 grain harvest. The Ministry will allocate 3.5 million hectares to cereal plantings for MY2021/22.
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Algeria: Grain and Feed Update

Crop conditions look normal overall, which indicate optimistic forecasts for Algeria’s MY2020/21 grain crop.
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Algeria: Grain and Feed Update

General good conditions indicate a good grain crop for MY2019/20 in Algeria.
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Algeria: Grain and Feed Annual

Ministry of Agriculture reported favorable early prospects for the grain crop should good climatic conditions continue.
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Algeria: Grain and Feed Update

Algeria’s MY2018/2019 grain crop was good and reached 6.05 MMT.
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Algeria: Grain and Feed Update

General good growing conditions indicate a good grain crop for MY2018/19 in Algeria.
Total production of grain and other crops on a grain equivalent basis is estimated at 5.75 million metric tons (5 MMT, milled basis for rice and grain equivalent for soybeans) in marketing year....
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Algeria: Grain and Feed Annual

The Algerian Ministry of Agriculture reported favorable early prospects for the MY2018/19 winter grain crop.
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Algeria: Grain and Feed Update

The Ministry of Agriculture foresees total grain production totaling 3.5 MMT, of which Post estimates will be split 2.5 MMT for wheat and one MMT for barley....
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Algeria: Grain and Feed Annual

Prospects for Algeria’s wheat and barley crop remain mostly average despite multiple bouts with dryness throughout the year and with the next 30 days being a critical period.
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Algeria: Grain and Feed Update

Algeria’s 2017 Finance Law increases value added tax for many products and will decrease imports of barley, corn, soybean meal, rice, oat, sorghum and DDGs.