May 20 2013, 16:50 Source: APK-Inform Views: 2032

Until the end of 2012/13 MY, Russia can produce another 1.1 mln tonnes of sunflower meal

According to estimations of APK-Inform Agency, in March 2013 the production of sunflower meal in Russia totaled 353 thsd tonnes, an increase of 9% compared with the previous month index. During 7 months of the season, the Russian Federation produced 2.3 mln tonnes of the product. Taking into account the forecast of production of in the current season (3.4 mln tonnes), in the remaining five months of the season Russia can further produce 1.1 mln tonnes of sunflower meal, or nearly 215 thsd tonnes per month.

As for the forecast of soybean meal production in Russia in 2012/13 MY, we should note that according to analysts of APK-Inform Agency, the index totals 1.8 mln tonnes, up 19% compared with the production volume in 2011/12 MY.

You can receive more detailed information on the volume of world production of soybean and alternate oilseed meals by countries-producers, as well as about the key players on the export market of meals (sunflower and rapeseed ones), participating at the second international conference "Market of soybeans and meals of the CIS and Europe” directly from the speech of Leonid Podobed, Doctor of Agricultural Sciences, Professor, Chief research scientist of the Institute of Animal of the National Academy of Agrarian Sciences of Ukraine. Besides, the expert will provide estimation on the possibility of replacing the high-protein soybean meal with sunflower meal in broiler rations, as well as consider the economic benefits of such changes.

You can become acquainted with the list of participants here.

You can fill in the application form for participation in the conference "Market of soybeans and meals of the CIS and Europe” here.

More detailed information concerning participation, sponsorship, advertising and being a speaker of the conference is provided by the Organizational committee of the conference at APK-Inform Agency: +380 562 320795, +380 562 321595 (Ext. 160), e-mail: 

[email protected]Christina Serebryakova


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