Slowing demand for animal feed this season will leave the world with a bigger hoard of grains than previously thought, according to the International Grains Council. While production from bumper harvests will be slightly less than predicted in November, carryover stockpiles of grains excluding rice will increase 1.9 percent to 455 million metric tons in 2015-2016, the highest in almost three decades.
Feed & Grain article
Global Grain Hoard Getting Bigger as Less Being Fed to Animals
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