Kazakhstan: as of February 1, grain stocks totaled 11.7 mln tonnes

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The FINANCIAL — As of February 1, 2015, the registered carry-over stocks of grains and pulses in Kazakhstan totaled 11.695 mln tonnes (down 0.2 mln tonnes compared with the same date last year), reported the Statistics Committee of the Ministry of National Economy of the Republic of Kazakhstan. In particular, peasant and farming households stored 2.29 mln tonnes of grains.

Wheat formed the major volumes of the general grain stocks – 9.922 mln tonnes (10.039 mln tonnes), including 7.987 mln tonnes of milling wheat, 541.2 thsd tonnes of feed wheat, and 1.394 mln tonnes of wheat for seeds. Corn stocks reached 81.6 thsd tonnes, rice – nearly 204.6 thsd tonnes, barley – 1.121 mln tonnes, rye – 41.7 thsd tonnes, oats – nearly 141 thsd tonnes, buckwheat – 25.2 thsd tonnes, millet – 13.4 thsd tonnes, and mixture of spiked grain crops – 102 thsd tonnes, according to APK-Inform.

 

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