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U.S. Feed Barley On Its Way To Japan

U.S. Feed Barley On Its Way To Japan

After a two-year absence, U.S. feed barley exports are again heading to Japan

After two years, U.S. feed barley is on the way back to Japan, as the U.S. Export Statistics reported 21,200 metric tons of U.S. barley to Japan in the week ending Oct. 25.

The Council's Japan office confirms that this shipment is feed barley.

Japan has been a consistent customer for limited quantities of food and malting barley, but greater availability and price competition, especially from Australian growers, has shut U.S. barley out of the Japanese feed market in recent years.

After a two-year absence, U.S. feed barley exports are again heading to Japan

The Council's Japan office continues to promote barley in Japan, especially for food applications. A recent visit by the Japanese Barley Industry Team to the barley producing States -- Washington, Idaho and Montana -- provided excellent overviews of barley production in the U.S. with upward trends in barley production after a couple of years of decline. The meetings during the visit clearly delivered the message to barley farmers to produce more to support buying intentions from overseas customers.

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