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FEATURE Global feed tonnage increases Top 20 feed producing countries (in million tonnes) by Arvin Donley Alltech survey estimates 2014 output at record 980 million tonnes 1. China 182.69 2. U.S. 172.45 3. Brazil 66.15 4. Mexico R esults of Alltech's annual Global Feed Tonnage Survey, released Jan. 23, found that around the world in 2014, feed producers responded to consumer demands for more protein by increasing the number of mills that produce animal feed and the amount of product they generate. The survey revealed an estimated total of 980 million tonnes of feed was produced globally, an increase of about 2% over the prior year. The top 10 feed producers in the world remained the same as in 2013: China, the United States, Brazil, Mexico, India, Spain, Russia, Japan, Germany and France. Some of the smaller countries including Indonesia, Turkey, Vietnam, Poland, Romania and Morocco. 102 30.7 5. India tuating governance over import/export standards and animal diseases such as He estimates the feed industry's net worth at $460 billion, based on aver- 29.43 6. Spain 29.18 7. Russia 25.66 8. Japan 24.31 9. Germany 23.58 10. France 22.16 11. Canada 20.35 12. Indonesia 19.98 13. Korea 18.58 14. Thailand 16.91 15. Turkey 15.42 16. Netherlands China once again won the title of leading feed producer with 182.69 million tonnes manufactured throughout the country's 9,500 feed mills. However, this is the second year the nation has reported a decline in production. According to Aidan Connolly, tor of Alltech's Global Feed Tonnage Survey, there were many areas of ups and downs in worldwide production, impacted by both positive and nega- 14.33 17. Vietnam 14.10 18. Italy 14.04 19. United Kingdom 13.49 20. Philippines 12.38 Source: Alltech February 2015 / World Grain /

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World Grain - February 2015
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From the Editor-in-chief - Easing embargo on Cuba a world gain
Calendar of Events
119th Annual IAOM Conference and Expo
News Review - NIBULON reports record grain, oil crop exports
Nidera building silo on Danube in Romania
Algeria’s cereal imports increase by $3.5 billion
ADM strengthens Unilever relationship
Cargill’s net earnings up 41%
Grain, biofuel shipments surge at Port of Prince Rupert
CHS reports 56% increase in first-quarter earnings
KSU names Grain Science and Industry Department head
Port of Paranaguá sets record for grain handling
Bullish economics may force grain prices lower
IGC forecasts world wheat production at 701 million tonnes
Carr’s Milling profit up on strong performance
Bay State Milling expanding in Arizona
AGRANA earnings drop 25%
Canada introduces act to modernize grain industry
Grain Market Review - Rice
Country Focus - Syria
Feature - Ethiopia Striving for Grain Surpluses
Feature - CWB Taken off Life Support
CWB's Asset List
Feature - Europe's Largest Port Keeps Growing
Deep History
Feature - Grain Experts Analyze Black Sea
Feature - Investment analysts guarded about 2015
Feature - Another year of advances
Rice Quarterly - Milling Properties of Commingled Rice
Vietnam’s outlook for rice exports mediocre for 2015
Myanmar’s rice exports to China surge
African countries focus on boosting rice production
Thai rice exports to dominate
Feature - U.K. Milling Industry checking for soy in flour
Feed Operations - Upgrade ideas for your feed mill
Feature - Comparing Major Soybean Exporters
Feature - The importance of Landscaping
Feature - Global feed tonnage increases
Supplier News
Product Showcase
World Grain Archive
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World Grain - February 2015