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CANBERRA (Commodity Online): ዓለም አቀፍ የቅባት ዕህሎች አቅርቦት በ2010-11 ባለበት ይቀጥላል ዓለም አቀፍ የቅባት ዕህሎች አቅርቦት በ2010-11 ባለበት ይቀጥላል ዓለም አቀፍ የቅባት ዕህሎች አቅርቦት በ2010-11 ባለበት ይቀጥላል ዓለም አቀፍ የቅባት ዕህሎች አቅርቦት በ2010-11 ባለበት ይቀጥላል፤

 

Production for each of the major oilseeds— soybeans, canola and sunflower seed is forecast to decrease, but is expected to be offset by increases in the production of peanuts and cottonseeds.

The fall in world production is primarily the result of a forecast 4 per cent decrease in production in Latin America to 129 million tones.

For soybeans, the forecast decline in production follows last season's record crop.

A downside risk to the production forecast is the La Niña weather event occurring in Latin America, which increases the risk of below average rainfall in the key oilseed producing areas of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay.

World soybean production is forecast to fall by around 3 million tones in 2010-11 to 257 million tones.

Lower rainfall and, consequently, lower yields are assumed for Brazil and Argentina, which are expected to more than offset the effect of an expected record planted area.

In contrast, the United States has produced a record soybean crop this year, estimated to be around 92 million tones. This is 440 000 tones higher than in 2009-10 and is primarily the result of a record planted area of 31 million hectares for this season.

Global production of canola is forecast to fall by 3 million tones in 2010-11 to a three-year low of 57 million tones.

Decreases in production by the world's three largest producers, Canada, the European Union and China, are expected to more than offset production increases in Australia and India.

Production in Canada is estimated to have fallen by 11 per cent to 11 million tones after unfavorable weather delayed plantings and frosts reduced yields.

Production in the European Union was also hampered by poor weather that reduced yields in Germany, France and Poland.

Australia and India are expected to increase production by 7 per cent and 9 per cent to 2.1 million tones and 7 million tones, respectively.

World sunflower production is forecast to fall by 1 per cent in 2010-11 to 30 million tones.

This forecast marginal decline in world production is primarily attributed to declines in the Russian Federation and the European Union more than offsetting an increase in Argentina and several other smaller producers.

Despite a large expansion in planted area, the Russian Federation experienced unfavorably dry weather that reduced yields and production fell by14 per cent to 5.5 million tones. However, Ukraine has enjoyed better yields and production is expected to remain largely unchanged at 6.5 million tones, despite a decline in planted area.

In Latin America, Argentina is expected to increase planted area by more than 10 per cent in response to higher prices and is forecast to increase production by 22 per cent to almost 3 million tones.

The world oilseed crush is forecast to increase by 5 per cent in 2010-11 to 374 million tones.

Over the past decade, the total volume of oilseeds crushed has increased at an average annual growth rate of 4 per cent.

High profit margins from oilseed crushing have led to increased investment in crusher infrastructure and expanded processing capacity, especially in China and Latin America.

In 2010-11, China and Latin America are forecast to account for around 24 per cent and 22 per cent of world oilseed processing, respectively.

World vegetable oil consumption is forecast to increase by 5 per cent in 2010-11 to 145 million tones, mainly as a result of growth in human consumption.

Per capita consumption of vegetable oil is forecast to increase by 3 per cent to 16.5 kilograms, primarily because of growing incomes, particularly in Asia.

Global industrial consumption of vegetable oils is forecast to increase by 7 per cent in 2010-11 to more than 30 million tones.

This is slower than the average annual rate of 14 per cent achieved over the past decade, primarily because of weaker growth in demand for biodiesel.

A recently released data by USDA Foreign Agricultural Service, total oilseed production for India in 2010/11 is forecast at 34.9 million tons, up 3.2 million tons over the 2009/10 production estimate assuming a normal monsoon and favorable growing conditions.

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