Canadian wheat exports are up 19 percent in 55 weeks

For the first nineteen weeks of the current agricultural season, which began July 1, the shipments are from Canadian Wheat overseas, up 55% from the same period last year to 8,8 million tons, according to the Canadian Grains Commission. Soft wheat exports rose 56% to more than 7 million tons, and durum wheat exports increased 54% to more than 1,7 million tons, reports Korn Online.

According to the data, an unprecedented wheat harvest of 33,8 million tons, up 52% ​​from last season when the drought literally destroyed crops and 10% above the average for the past five seasons, helped restore export levels.

The US Department of Agriculture estimates that Canada can export 26 million tons of wheat, which is 71% more than last season's export volume and 16% more than the average of the last 5 seasons.

Source: agro sector (Kazakhstan)

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