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Nigeria: Grain and Feed Update

Imported wheat ensures Nigeria food security amid a growing population since domestic production remains minimal.
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Cote d'Ivoire: Grain and Feed Annual

Despite ambitious national targets towards self-sufficiency in rice by 2025, and becoming a regional exporter by 2030, the current campaign in Côte d’Ivoire is one characterized by a production drop and trade slowdown, which has tightened overall supply in the country.
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Nigeria: Grain and Feed Annual

In 2021, Nigeria is expected to face decreases in grain supplies due to conflict and economic factors exacerbated by the secondary effects of COVID-19. Internal security across the country is a serious challenge to food production especially in the corn belt.
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Tanzania: Grain and Feed Annual

MY 2021/22 wheat production is expected to decrease by 22.2 percent to 70,000 MT, while consumption is projected to increase by 2.9 percent to 1.2 million MT.
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Kenya: Grain and Feed Annual

MY 2021/22 corn and rice production remain flat at 4 million MT and 80,000 MT (for milled rice), respectively.
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South Africa: Grain and Feed Annual

South Africa should remain a net exporter of corn in the 2021/22 MY on excess supplies.
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Nigeria: Grain and Feed Update

Nigeria will rely on imports to meet its national requirements for grains (especially, wheat, corn, rice) in MY2020/21.
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Tanzania: Grain and Feed Annual

In Marketing Year (MY) 2020/21, corn production fell due to post-harvest loss, ineffective extension services, unreliable markets, pests, and diseases.
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Kenya: Grain and Feed Annual

COVID-19 to disrupt Kenya’s grains supply chains. FAS/Nairobi forecasts the evolving COVID-19 pandemic will disrupt Kenya’s domestic and international corn-, wheat-, and rice- supply chains...
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Cote d'Ivoire: Grain and Feed Annual

Milled rice production for MY 2020/21 is projected at 1.4 million metric tons (MMT). Post projects MY 2020/21 imports at 1.3 MMT, unchanged from the MY 2019/20 estimate.
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South Africa: Grain and Feed Annual

South Africa will remain a net exporter of corn in the 2020/21 MY, on relatively high stock levels, due to an anticipated bumper crop in the 2019/20 MY.
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Nigeria: Grain and Feed Annual

FAS Lagos (Post) forecasts Nigeria’s wheat imports in MY 2019/20 at 5.6 MMT, up almost 4 percent compared to MY 2018/19 based on growing food, seed and industrial (FSI) usage.