Cereals, Leguminous Crops, Oil Seeds Industry in China

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  • Grain and Feed Update

    MY 12/13 corn production, up 3 percent to 198MMT, and lower domestic prices could lead to higher corn utilization.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 24 Nov 2012 related to Cereals, Leguminous Crops, Oil Seeds in China

  • Oilseeds and Products Update

    A slight drop in planting area as farmers substitute more profitable alternative crops continues to dampen production estimates for MY 12/13 compared to last year.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 3 Jun 2012 related to Cereals, Leguminous Crops, Oil Seeds in China

  • Oilseeds and Products Annual

    MY12/13 total oilseed production is forecast at 56 million metric tons (MMT), a slight adjustment of one percent from last year's estimated 56.6 MMT.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 23 Mar 2012 related to Cereals, Leguminous Crops, Oil Seeds in China

  • Grain and Feed Annual 2012

    For MY 2012/13, corn production is forecast at 190 MMT assuming an above average yield and good temperatures.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 23 Mar 2012 related to Cereals, Leguminous Crops, Oil Seeds in China

  • Oilseeds and Products Update

    MY11/12 soybean production is forecast down at 14.4 MMT, a fall from the estimated 15.2 MMT in the previous year. The change is due primarily to a forecasted smaller planting area, mainly in Northeast China, due to higher grain versus soybean profits last year.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 14 Jun 2011 related to Cereals, Leguminous Crops, Oil Seeds in China

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  • China Oilseed Situation 2009

    China's MY09/10 domestic soybean production is estimated 1 MMT lower than the previous year, while rapeseed production is estimated to increase by 1.2 MMT. Soybean imports in MY09/10 are forecast to decrease moderately because of high carry-in stocks for both soybeans and rapeseed.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 4 Jan 2010 related to Cereals, Leguminous Crops, Oil Seeds in China

  • Grain and Feed Market in Guangdong, China

    In 2008, U.S. DDGS exports to China climbed significantly to 6,007 tons valued over US$2.18 million, 78 percent was bound for Guangdong province, the largest feed producer in China. As Chinese government limits domestic ethanol production, U.S. DDGS has great market potential because of its high and consistent quality,...

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 22 Dec 2009 related to Cereals, Leguminous Crops, Oil Seeds in China

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