Volga Baikal AGRO NEWS Update on the Grain Prices Situation in the RF !!!
Grain prices continue to decline in almost all regions of the Russian Federation.
Moscow. July, 12. INTERFAX.RU – Grain prices in Russia last week, the first week of the new agricultural year, continued to fall in almost all regions.
According to the monitoring of ProZerno, which Interfax got acquainted with, prices for wheat of the 3rd class fell most of all in the Volga region – by 715 rubles, to 14,763 rubles per ton. In the Chernozem region, this wheat fell in price by 590 rubles, to 14,660 rubles, in the center – by 485 rubles, to 15,200 rubles, in the south – by 285 rubles, to 14,850 rubles, in the Urals – by 335 rubles, to 16,583 rubles, in Siberia – by 100 rubles, up to 15,483 rubles per ton.
The Volga region also became the champion in terms of falling prices for wheat of the 4th grade – by 925 rubles, to 14,050 rubles. In the Chernozem region, the decrease was 640 rubles, to 14,230 rubles, in the center and in the Urals – by 565 rubles, to 14,633 and 15,850 rubles, respectively, in the south – by 300 rubles, to 14,283 rubles. In Siberia, prices fell by only 50 rubles.
Prices for wheat of the 5th grade in a number of regions did not fall so sharply. The largest decrease was noted in the Chernozem region – by 720 rubles, to 13,720 rubles. In the Urals, this wheat fell in price by 400 rubles, to 15,517 rubles. In other regions, price fluctuations were small.
Feed barley prices continued to fall in the center – by 335 rubles, to 14,350 rubles, and in the Chernozem region – by 500 rubles, to 13,570 rubles. In the south, prices recovered by 385 rubles, to 12,633 rubles.
Prices for food rye decreased only in the center – by 100 rubles and in the Volga region – by 35 rubles. In other regions, prices have not changed.
Prices for corn fell most of all in the center – by 450 rubles, to 13,567 rubles. In the Chernozem region – by 320 rubles, up to 13,780 rubles, in the Volga region – by 250 rubles, up to 13,750 rubles, in the south – by 115 rubles, up to 14,217 rubles per ton.