Thursday, January 31, 2013

Japan plans to increase his feed grains stocks

Japan plans to increase his feed grains stocks
In the new fiscal year starting April 1, Japan plans to increase feed grain stocks by 44% to 1.15 million tons, report news agency Reuters, referring to Japan's Agriculture Ministry.
Government fodder maize and sorghum stocks will be increased from 350 to 600 thousand, for the first time in three years. Stocks of private companies planned to increase from 450 to 550 thousand tons.

Japan forced to raise reserves to avoid supply problems repeat that was occurred in 2012 due to crop failure in the U.S. we recall that U.S is the traditional supplier of grain to Japan.

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