Alarming Drought in Kazakhstan

July 17, 2012 02:33 AM

The latest government data shows 36.5% of the Kazakhstan grain crop is in "good" condition while 53.7% is "satisfactory." But the country's deputy ag minister says drought in northern production regions is "alarming," which will dramatically cut crop size from last years record output.

(We'll have a global feedgrain crop update in the July issue of Crop Tour newsletter this week.)

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