Spain: Adverse Weather to Take a Toll on Dried Fodder Production in Spain

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   SP2023-0027

For MY 2023/24, lower area and poor yields are expected to push production levels well below the previous year’s levels. The reduced in-country crop is expected to prevent Spain’s fodder exports from expanding in MY 2023/24. However, a new protocol for oat fodder exports to China approved in 2022, along with diversified use of different crops for dehydrated fodder production, is expected to support Spanish dried fodder presence in Asian and Middle East markets.

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