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Bulgaria exported record high amount of grains and oilseeds:
As of January 2005, Bulgaria exported record high amount of grains and oilseeds: about 700,000 MT of wheat; 360,000 MT of barley; 330,000 MT of corn and 200,000 MT of sunflower. Some of the newly emerged wheat export markets in MY04/05 were Indonesia and Bangladesh. Current low export prices and depreciated US dollar vs local currency, however, may slow down exports in the future which is likely result in higher ending stocks, especially for wheat and sunflower. Current weather conditions (the second week of February) are of concern for the fall crops but losses still remain to be estimated by the end of the month.In December, the MinAg released its first official estimates for the 2004 grain and oilseeds

crop as follows:
Wheat: 3.961 MMT
Barley: 1.180 MMT
Corn: 1.890 MMT
Sunflower: 1.100 MMT
Planted areas in 2004 fall (MY2005/2006) were estimated by the MinAg at 1,068,000 HA under wheat and 231,000 HA-245,500 HA under fall barley. Usually, spring barley is planted on 20,000 MT-30,000 HA, so total barley area in MY05/06 can be estimated at 260,000 HA. Based on this planted area, the forecast for MY05/06 production is for 3.6-3.8 MMT of wheat and 700,000 MT-800,000 MT of barley, provided that there are no significant winter losses and no adverse weather until the harvest time. The AgSofia office has revised its wheat and sunflower production estimate slightly upward based on the latest industry estimates, to 3.6 MMT and 850,000 MT, respectively. In general, Ag Sofia continues to have about 10 percent difference with the official estimates, which include industry consultation and field observations. AgSofia estimates for the planted areas in MY2005/2006 currently coincide with the official numbers.
MGR Archive 13.2.2005
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