Spain: Spanish Alfalfa Consolidates Its Presence in China

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Post anticipates a larger supply for MY2020/21, as a wet spring boosted fodder yields in non-irrigated land. Spanish fodder continues consolidating its presence in Asian markets. China absorbed 24 percent of Spain’s dried fodder exports in MY2019/20, despite facing increased competition from the United States once China lifted duties on U.S. alfalfa in September 2019.

Spain: Spanish Alfalfa Consolidates Its Presence in China

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