Uruguay: Grain and Feed Annual

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Uruguayan wheat production in marketing year (MY) 2024/2025 is forecast at 1.3 million tons, 260,000 tons lower than the previous crop season which saw record high yields. Wheat exports are projected down at 800,000 tons, 29 percent lower than the previous year. Corn production in MY 2024/2025 is forecast at 1 million tons, down 35 percent from the previous year as planted area and yields are both expected to drop. Corn trade is expected to be marginal. Sorghum production in MY 2024/2025 is projected to increase to 100,000 tons due to somewhat higher planted area. Rice production in MY 2024/2025 is 1.43 million tons rough base and 1 million tons milled rice. Rice exports will rebound from last year at 920,000 tons milled base, a volume similar to two years ago.

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