Mexico: Grain and Feed Annual

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Post expects relatively minor changes in 2018/19 in Mexican production of corn and sorghum, with a larger percentage decrease in wheat production due to water availability among other factors. Domestic rice production is expected to continue increasing due in part to government incentive programs. Mexican grain imports are expected to increase, due to continued growth in feed and food demand.

Mexico: Grain and Feed Annual

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