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Grain reserves in Kazakhstan amounted to 15.7 million tons

Grain reserves in Kazakhstan amounted to 15.7 million tons

Grain reserves in Kazakhstan amounted to 15.7 million tons

As of December 1, nearly 15.8 million tons of cereals and legumes were stored in the bins of Kazakhstan.

Such information was received from the Statistics Committee.

The volume of food grains for this period amounted to 11.9 million tons, and the quantity of grain for seeds amounted to 1.4 million tons. The amount of grain for feed amounted to 2.3 million tons.

According to the information received, wheat reserves amounted to more than 12.2 million tons, barley stocks reached 2.3 million tons. Stocks of rye and oats reached 19 thousand tons and 244 thousand tons, respectively.

The biggest amount of grain is stored in three grain areas. The leading region in grain reserves is Akmola (more than 5 million tons), the second place was taken by the North Kazakhstan region with reserves of 3.8 million tons. Kostanay region closes the top three in terms of reserves with a volume of reserves of 3.4 million tons.

The amount of harvested grain in the current year reached 16.1 million tons, and the average yield was 1.9 tons/ha.

Kazakhstan is one of the largest grain producers in the world and has significant reserves of this product. By the end of 2018, grain reserves in the country reached 15.7 million tons, which indicates the high productivity of Kazakh farmers and the effective work of government agencies in the agricultural sector.

One of the reasons for the high grain reserves is the increase in production in the country. In addition, favorable weather conditions and government support measures for agriculture have also contributed to the growth of grain reserves.

The high level of grain reserves in Kazakhstan allows the country to maintain its position in the world grain market and export significant volumes of this product. However, for further development of grain exports, it is necessary to ensure high quality of the product and improve the logistics infrastructure.