Russia's introduction of quotas for grain exports has caused concern in the world


The Government of the Russian Federation imposed restrictions on the export of crops. Now Russia will export no more than seven million tons of grain per year, and not 43,3 million tons, as before. Most of the grain sent abroad was wheat - 35 million tons.


It is reported by the French publication Valeurs actuelles.

This decision of the Russian authorities worried a number of international organizations. They fear that it will violate the established food supply system in the world.

In addition to wheat, Russia exports corn, barley and rye. The restriction of the export of these crops abroad is related to food security considerations in the context of the coronavirus pandemic. Presumably, the quota will be valid until July.

Moscow believes that, first of all, it is necessary to ensure domestic needs for grain. Russian authorities emphasize the importance of crops for domestic consumption. The government wants to avoid a shortage of these products and prevent a rise in prices for them.

The restrictions introduced will not affect grain export volumes to Belarus and Kazakhstan, as these countries are members of the EAEU.

The World Health Organization and the World Trade Organization expressed their dissatisfaction with this decision of Moscow.
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  1. NEXUS April 6 2020 14: 22 New
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    The Government of the Russian Federation imposed restrictions on the export of crops. Now Russia will export no more than seven million tons of grain per year, and not 43,3 million tons, as before. Most of the grain sent abroad was wheat - 35 million tons.

    And rightly so, since it may very well be that after this epidemic, and during the subsequent crisis, starvation will begin.
    Moscow believes that, first of all, it is necessary to ensure domestic needs for grain. Russian authorities emphasize the importance of crops for domestic consumption. The government wants to avoid a shortage of these products and prevent a rise in prices for them.

    The decision is right. The drowning man himself must think about how to swim out. And let Europe and America strain and provide themselves with grain.
    1. rich April 6 2020 14: 24 New
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      That's right - your pocket doesn’t pull
      1. 210ox April 6 2020 14: 33 New
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        We must think about our people first. However, according to the report, quotas end in July. Just by the end of the harvesting season in our Kuban .. Again, KAMAZ will reach Novorossiysk.
        1. seti April 6 2020 14: 54 New
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          Quote: 210ox
          Again, KAMAZ will reach Novorossiysk.

          Quotas are not hard to extend. And renew again. Let's see, weigh and make a decision.
          1. Krasnodar April 6 2020 16: 30 New
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            Quote: seti

            Quotas are not hard to extend. And renew again. Let's see, weigh and make a decision.

            By this time, grain prices in the domestic market will fall due to an oversupply, who will go broke a little - will go to a lot more than large agricultural complexes, from which it is easier to collect taxes. Clever. )))
            1. skobars April 6 2020 16: 53 New
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              I think on the contrary, world prices will rise and it will be profitable then to replenish the budget with them.
              1. Krasnodar April 6 2020 17: 09 New
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                Then yes. Probably.
                1. Shurik70 April 6 2020 21: 51 New
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                  Great news!
                  1) Secure yourself
                  2) If we have everything OK, then the surplus can be sold at increased prices
                  1. hydrox April 7 2020 17: 08 New
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                    It will be possible to sell profitably, only all profits will fall into the pockets of grain traders, but not in the budget.
                    You were not alarmed that the Ministry of Agriculture had not yet reported anything about the condition of winter grains, and this is about half the gross grain harvest?
                    Today, the British Government announced that the British economy has gone from a recession to a depression, which means that all the economies of the world will announce it within a week or three - it’s time for Russia to announce at least temporary nationalization of raw materials exports, otherwise maintaining pants Serious exporters Pr-in Russia will produce at our expense with you, but not everyone can stand it ...
            2. parusnik April 6 2020 17: 54 New
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              There is still a moment, grain is exported not only through Novorossiysk, but also through the port of Kavkaz and the port of Temryuk, Taman, in our region. Small companies with one or two berths are engaged in the export, in ports both in Novorossiysk and on the Taman Peninsula , expanding the infrastructure of these companies is not possible. Decreasing the export of grain will lead to bankruptcy of such enterprises, which will lead to their purchase, larger, which will further lead to the modernization of port structures and a variety of cargo turnover. The same oil industry, gas ... Yes, and grain can b a larger WHO vyvozit..Pro not talking ... So there is not only a concern for the food security of the people.
              1. Avior April 6 2020 18: 28 New
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                Do you think this is intended to ruin a medium-sized business and transfer it to a large one?
                So that the entire export of a pair of large resellers controlled?
                1. Krasnodar April 6 2020 18: 31 New
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                  Both manufacturers and resellers are ideally several tax-controlled producers and a couple of outbids.
                  1. Avior April 6 2020 18: 41 New
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                    Well, business always strives for monopoly - you can raise money without straining competition.
                    during competition, you need to spin like a squirrel in a rut, otherwise competitors will be able to sell cheaper
                    and two or three is easier to negotiate prices than to strain and increase productivity, reduce costs and more ....
                2. parusnik April 6 2020 21: 48 New
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                  Avior (Sergey)
                  Is it intended to ruin a medium-sized business and transfer it to a large one?
                  ... Judge for yourself what is the average business in the ports? 1-2 berths, either in ownership or on lease, cannot expand cargo transshipment, they are limited by territory, they cannot build new berths, nor can they build new warehouses for storing other goods. I will give two examples of large business. Tuapse. There is only oil transshipment. One company rents all berths from Rosmorport and everyone is fine. Another example is the port of Taman, there is a large company that produces sunflower oil, chips, and a production plant right there on the territory .. Its berths, its flyovers, its pilots, its own towing fleet It has its own ship traffic management service. In addition, there is persistent talk about corporatizing FSUE Rosmorport, but everything depends on the north: the Northern Sea Route, big business doesn’t really want to bear the costs of renting icebreakers, maintaining and building ice class tugboats, etc. And here and he would gladly replace the aforementioned enterprise with the rest of the Okean seas. In the form of AO. In my opinion, the idea is to give a large pool of money in the south of the Azov-Black Sea basin, the Far East, the Baltic, and then transfer it to the North. , new ports, Vysotsk, Ust-Luga, the situation is somewhat different there, the infrastructure is built on private money, but on the sovereign’s land and the private trader pays for renting land ... So, especially medium-sized business in the ports is not needed ... If, remember the Soviet time and port of Temryuk, there were three fat men Azrybte the fleet, the fishing collective farm and the shipyard ... there was no competition, everyone went about their business .. The infrastructure expanded, then it was easier, after the transition to democracy, the port was pulled into 10 or two dozen firms .. Someone rested, someone then he lives, someone survives ... And everyone suffocates from each other .... They are ready to devour each other, but the strength is not enough ... Many are bought out by Moscow companies ...
                  1. nerovnayadoroga April 6 2020 23: 18 New
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                    I wonder what ports are built on the money of the business, and rail and road roads and other infrastructure,!? They built to build but on whose money, a storyteller ...
                    1. d4rkmesa April 7 2020 09: 46 New
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                      Let me guess, "on the people's" money? But no. Grain export, import of raw materials for mayonnaise and other things. As there is a profitable niche, merchants (I do not like the word "businessmen") will not miss their own. The entire Taman Peninsula was built in the 2000s.
                      1. Barmal April 7 2020 18: 24 New
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                        Quote: d4rkmesa
                        Let me guess, "on the people's" money? But no. Grain export, import of raw materials for mayonnaise and other things. As there is a profitable niche, merchants (I do not like the word "businessmen") will not miss their own. The entire Taman Peninsula was built in the 2000s.
                        right from scratch and built everything? and they also paved roads for income from mayonnaise?
                      2. d4rkmesa April 12 2020 12: 08 New
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                        What roads are you talking about, A-290? My money is definitely not there. I say again, almost the entire port infrastructure was built from near-zero level, we are talking about this. And then the comrade above seems to be sure that the property was privatized by thieves.
            3. bobba94 April 6 2020 23: 06 New
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              A natural monopoly is the state of the market when the production of certain products or the provision of any services is much more efficient in the absence of competition. The RF Law "On Natural Monopolies" has a list of natural monopolies, which indicate, in particular, ports, transshipment terminals.
          2. ROSS_51 April 6 2020 18: 29 New
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            Quote: Krasnodar
            Quote: seti

            Quotas are not hard to extend. And renew again. Let's see, weigh and make a decision.

            By this time, grain prices in the domestic market will fall due to an oversupply, who will go broke a little - will go to a lot more than large agricultural complexes, from which it is easier to collect taxes. Clever. )))

            What overabundance? Farmers already need to be screened out, but they can’t do it, because banks are closed and loans can’t be taken, as they do every year.
            1. Krasnodar April 6 2020 18: 49 New
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              Banks are open. There are a bunch of individuals and organizations ready to give grandmas at preferential prices for the purchase of crops. In short ... this is not a problem.
              1. ROSS_51 April 7 2020 06: 05 New
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                Quote: Krasnodar
                Banks are open. There are a bunch of individuals and organizations ready to give grandmas at preferential prices for the purchase of crops. In short ... this is not a problem.

                Come on .. A crowd of good people offers a lot of money to farmers, and those stupid ones do not want to take ..)) Why would this be? Maybe they have already sucked in the goodness of satiety?
                1. Krasnodar April 7 2020 14: 18 New
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                  And who said they didn’t take it? )))
                2. hydrox April 7 2020 16: 56 New
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                  They have not yet returned interest on last year's loans!
            2. your1970 April 7 2020 14: 54 New
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              What banks are closed for loans ???? Oh well.....
          3. 210ox April 7 2020 09: 06 New
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            A lot of things went to large agricultural complexes without a surplus ... By open gangsterism at all levels. Well, you should know.
            1. Krasnodar April 7 2020 14: 19 New
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              Things like open gangsterism, fraud under the guise of a "shooter", etc. at "all levels" not with all pass.
          4. Vol4ara April 7 2020 09: 17 New
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            Quote: Krasnodar
            Quote: seti

            Quotas are not hard to extend. And renew again. Let's see, weigh and make a decision.

            By this time, grain prices in the domestic market will fall due to an oversupply, who will go broke a little - will go to a lot more than large agricultural complexes, from which it is easier to collect taxes. Clever. )))

            And let's sell everything, prices will skyrocket inside the country, entrepreneurs will feel great, bread will be 150 rubles each
            1. Krasnodar April 7 2020 14: 21 New
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              It’s impossible to sell everything - if only dumping itself to the detriment of .. laughing
          5. vlad106 April 8 2020 12: 36 New
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            Quote: Krasnodar
            Quote: seti

            Quotas are not hard to extend. And renew again. Let's see, weigh and make a decision.

            By this time, grain prices in the domestic market will fall due to an oversupply, who will go broke a little - will go to a lot more than large agricultural complexes, from which it is easier to collect taxes. Clever. )))


            that Krasnodar, lost income from grain trade?
            right, that cut exports!
            it is necessary to ban the export of grain this year altogether. Nehru feed sneaky west.
            only traders profit, and ordinary people from the export of grain are neither cold nor hot.
            it is necessary to process grain by itself and it is flour and cereals and animal feed. and to produce flour and pasta from their flour - all these are additional jobs. and their products from quality grain.
            and bran and compound feeds are a great help to the peasantry and just a private trader in his house with livestock
        2. Mikhail m April 6 2020 17: 44 New
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          Quote: seti
          Let's see, weigh and make a decision.

          Are you somewhere in government circles yelling? No matter how much I look and weigh, I don’t influence decision making.
          1. Stirbjorn April 6 2020 18: 01 New
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            Quote: Michael m

            Michael m (Michael) Today, 17:44 New

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            Let's see, weigh and make a decision.

            Are you somewhere in government circles yelling? No matter how much I look and weigh, I don’t influence decision making.

            It is like a break from Schweik
            At present, orderlies are scattered throughout our republic and talk about their heroic deeds. They de stormed Sokal, Dubno, Niš, Piava. Each of them is Napoleon. "So I say to our colonel: let them call the headquarters that they can start."
          2. seti April 6 2020 18: 01 New
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            Quote: Michael m
            Are you somewhere in government circles yelling?

            Alas. Face did not seem to come out. But I think for a while this decision is correct. When the time of harvest comes, you need to decide - to sell abroad and for how much.
      2. Mountain shooter April 6 2020 14: 55 New
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        Quote: 210ox
        We must think about our people first. However, according to the report, quotas end in July. Just by the end of the harvesting season in our Kuban .. Again, KAMAZ will reach Novorossiysk.

        So for that, and introduced before the harvest. When it becomes clear how much can be exported without violating its food security. I believe that such a decision by Russia will significantly increase world prices.
        1. Chervonny April 6 2020 22: 03 New
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          Quote: Mountain Shooter
          such a decision of Russia will significantly increase world prices.

          The main thing is that our country would not raise prices.
          1. Nikolai Grek April 6 2020 22: 21 New
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            Quote: Red
            Quote: Mountain Shooter
            such a decision of Russia will significantly increase world prices.

            The main thing is that our country would not raise prices.

            and you won’t please ... export limited - you will whine ... export expanded - you will whine again !!! wink wassat there igivar again whines .. and not current it !!! lol
          2. pmkemcity April 7 2020 05: 12 New
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            Quote: Red
            The main thing is that our country would not raise prices.

            I didn’t pay attention before, but then I wanted a bun with a fermented baked milk. 336 rub per kg in the Ribbon "bun" with cheese! Normal bread according to GOST - from 60 rubles per kg. "Blockade" options from 50 wheels.
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        1. Ingvar 72 April 6 2020 15: 23 New
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          That's just like the main products themselves began to produce

          There are pitfalls here - potato seeds are mainly imported, corn also, broiler hatching eggs more than half import, almost all feed additives are imported. So not everyone is as rosy as they report. hi
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            Quote: Ingvar 72
            There are pitfalls here -

            there is, but not comparable less than 5 years ago ... request
            and now they are developing the areas just indicated by you and the processing of grain (wheat, soybean, etc.) ... the cart is moving, not fast, but it is ...
            1. Ingvar 72 April 6 2020 21: 04 New
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              Quote: ser56
              st, but not comparable less than 5 years ago ...

              On individual points worse than five years ago.
              1. ser56 April 7 2020 17: 32 New
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                Quote: Ingvar 72
                On individual points worse than five years ago.

                do not enlighten?
          2. 210ox April 7 2020 09: 11 New
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            In White Clay (Kuban), a shift plant was launched several years ago. Slowly, things are moving.
      4. EvilLion April 8 2020 08: 32 New
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        And when should they end yet? Probably, to a new crop and to clarify the situation with the pandemic, which should decline in the summer.
    2. 4ekist April 6 2020 14: 43 New
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      If this decision is necessary for the interests (security) of the state - full speed ahead, do not care about these international organizations.
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        Quote: 4ekist
        spit on these international organizations.

        Andrew ! Who will spit on them? The one who dragged the country into the WTO, or the one who still calls partners partners? Or the one who, with a lack of masks, first sent the plane to the USA and Macaronia, having received for this from the first spit? Those who have been killing the country for 30 years, will now think about its security?
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          That's the thing, damn it .....
        2. EvilLion April 8 2020 08: 33 New
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          When Russia freely buys something in the framework of the WTO, it’s good, when Russia owes something symmetrically in the framework of the WTO, then, it seems, the Russians suddenly include ho ... ukra.
    3. Doccor18 April 6 2020 14: 59 New
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      In our Great Country, more than 200 million hectares of agricultural land. land.
      With due attention to agriculture, we could dominate the world grain market, without prejudice to our own population. France annually earns up to 50 billion euros on agricultural exports. France has many times less arable land, and the nature of the Krasnodar Territory, Stavropol Territory, and Astrakhan is no worse.
      1. Malyuta April 6 2020 15: 33 New
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        Quote: Doccor18
        France annually earns up to 50 billion euros on agricultural exports. France has many times less arable land, and the nature of the Krasnodar Territory, Stavropol Territory, and Astrakhan is no worse.

        We generally have a wonderful country, if not for the leaders.
        1. Captain Pushkin April 6 2020 21: 22 New
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          Quote: Malyuta
          We generally have a wonderful country, if not for the leaders.

          "Our whole earth is large and plentiful, but there is no dress in it." Nestor, Chronicle, p. 8
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          Listen guys
          What will tell you grandfather.
          Our land is rich
          There is no order in it.
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          And this truth, children
          For a thousand years
          Our ancestors dared:
          De, you see, no ....

          Etc. See the poems "History of the Russian State ..." by Alexei Tolstoy, written in 1868.
        2. nikolaj1703 April 7 2020 10: 10 New
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          Must be so
      2. unaha April 6 2020 16: 35 New
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        Do not compare. France has around half a billion solvent consumers.
        1. Alf
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          Quote: unaha
          Do not compare. France has around half a billion solvent consumers.

          And in the Far East, we have one and a half billion consumers of our food, moreover, those who cry, still. And pay for it.
          1. unaha April 7 2020 15: 14 New
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            Really? I remember that they rather stubbornly do not let our food go to their market in any significant quantities, with the exception of fish (about half of the total export of products from Russia to China). And the fact that they still let in (like ice cream and confectionery) instantly begin to fake.
      3. 4ekist April 6 2020 16: 56 New
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        Most of the land in the Stavropol Territory and the Astrakhan region is for agricultural. works require artificial irrigation.
        1. Doccor18 April 6 2020 17: 04 New
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          The cost of 1 yacht of Abramovich and other "servants of the people" is comparable with the cost of an irrigation system for 70 thousand hectares. These lands will be able to produce 500 thousand tons of grain per year.
          1. 4ekist April 6 2020 17: 08 New
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            With proper agricultural management, everything is possible. East of Stavropol and Asters. the area is still on the path of locust movement. There are many problems.
            1. Grandfather April 6 2020 18: 16 New
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              Quote: 4ekist
              With proper agricultural management, everything is possible. East of Stavropol and Asters. the area is still on the path of locust movement. There are many problems.

              in the Urals, there are no locusts except in the offices, and the fields have already become mushroom.
              1. 4ekist April 6 2020 18: 57 New
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                Locusts in cabinets are enough, unfortunately, everywhere.
                1. Nikolai Grek April 6 2020 22: 25 New
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                  Quote: 4ekist
                  Locusts in cabinets are enough, unfortunately, everywhere.

                  it is already more in the comments on in than in kibinets !! request laughing
          2. Krasnodar April 6 2020 17: 18 New
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            Quote: Doccor18
            The cost of 1 yacht of Abramovich and other "servants of the people" is comparable with the cost of an irrigation system for 70 thousand hectares. These lands will be able to produce 500 thousand tons of grain per year.

            laughing
            1) 70 thousand hectares is a whole complex of irrigation systems ... the question is, which systems, Russian linear, Hunter, Tory or RainBird are drip? Everything costs differently
            2) Since when did Abramovich become a servant of the people? Or are you talking about his appointment as the owner of Chukotka, in which he poured his grandmothers and strengths unmeasured?
            3) What region and cultures do you write about? Stavropol and Astarakhan - everything is different there
            1. Doccor18 April 6 2020 17: 25 New
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              I read in Agroinvestor that the cost of a complex of artificial irrigation system is $ 10.000 - 1 hectare.
              There is plenty of sun in the Stavropol Territory and the Astrakhan Region, there will be plenty of water, so it’s realistic to collect 60-70 centners per hectare. reg. 35 c. with ha collected without irrigates. systems.
              1. Krasnodar April 6 2020 18: 00 New
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                Does 700 million tanks come out? Well, yes, Eclipse is estimated at 1,2 billion. For 700, anyone can take it - most likely, the sponsor of the IG from some Emirate laughing In fact, the entire agricultural continuous smut - the father-in-law is engaged in this. A bunch of force majeure + thieving workers (parts of the dear Israeli system were taken home, making It useless), etc. If the first (weather conditions, etc.) can be minimized by technology, the second is just awful. But - with competent management, one can also cope with this, but the manager must be led from abroad, and pay him about 18 million rubles. per year - there are examples.
                1. Doccor18 April 6 2020 18: 04 New
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                  Yes, all this is understandable. Agricultural investment must come from the state. Without them, farmers will not last long, or certainly will not become self-sufficient. And the problems of theft and carelessness still stretch from the collective farm empire. Not mine, don’t. There are no collective farms for a long time, but the mentality remains.
                  1. Krasnodar April 6 2020 18: 14 New
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                    So the state left soft loans, before that there were subsidies, and not bad at that.
                    1. Doccor18 April 6 2020 18: 19 New
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                      That's it. For some reason, pumping and selling at 450 million tons of oil per year is more profitable than growing and selling at 450 million tons of grain. A ton of grain is $ 150-200 a ton on the exchange, a ton of oil is just over $ 220 a ton. But the oil is over ...
                    2. Krasnodar April 6 2020 18: 24 New
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                      A ton of grain is on the exchange 150-200 $ ton

                      It always stands in different ways - it depends on market conditions, varieties and even different indicators. Stored in an elevator is cheaper, it rises in price in winter ... in short. Oil - there is huge capacity money standing there that cannot stand idle - another song ... and with all the volatility it is more stable for long periods of time.
                    3. Doccor18 April 6 2020 18: 33 New
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                      Long investments to capitalism are not interesting, risky. Short, but with a large margin!
                    4. Krasnodar April 6 2020 18: 37 New
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                      I do not agree. In Europe, businesses have been built for centuries, and the United States also has a lot to do for the long term - also in the field of public investment in the economy, with the only difference being that they attract PRIVATE CONTRACTORS interested in high-quality and quick implementation of state projects. Well, we sat down in the oil industry during the USSR, and Soviet agriculture was abandoned - everyone bought wheat from Canada, as I recall from childhood (Time program) laughing
                    5. Doccor18 April 6 2020 18: 40 New
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                      I am purely about our homegrown capitalism. What have we built or laid down for centuries in 30 years?
                    6. Krasnodar April 6 2020 18: 42 New
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                      Oh ... here at first there was a breakdown of Soviet goods, then strengthening of power, stabilization and redistribution of property. There was still no time to build something.
                  2. 16329 April 6 2020 23: 02 New
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                    In Canada, the USA it is grain, oil in Finland and New Zealand, etc.
      4. Okolotochny April 6 2020 21: 08 New
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        Albert, as far as I know of farms, large ones too, our management there does not receive such attendants. Do you have a father-in-law a descendant of Koreiko?
        1. Krasnodar April 6 2020 21: 13 New
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          Greetings, Alex! hi
          This is not about my test - if you know, there is a farm near Tikhoretsk called Zolotaya Niva (EMNIP). An Israeli manager worked there. Agronomist by education, with a frenzied record of work at home, in Africa, Eastern Europe. He made a swell of the killed farm, and two years later the contract ended and he was asked. What is now with Golden Niva, I do not know. It seems everything is ok.
          1. Okolotochny April 7 2020 12: 47 New
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            Yeah everything is OK. Which suggests that you can not pay "European" salaries to managers. He worked in one large agricultural holding. AfiMilk Israeli equipment and their herd control program were installed at MTF. We made a contract with a consultant, I traveled for two years. The amount of the contract is 10 thousand dollars. per month, plus flights, plus hotels. But wasn’t it easier to send a few people for an internship in Israel, to pay for it and voila - ready-made specialists? There, the livestock director simply covered her ass - if something is wrong, a prepared excuse - even a consultant from Israel can do nothing.
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            Easier. The question is how well they will work. So father-in-law explained to me
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            Well, this grandmother said in two. So, people come, his profitability is known and determined in advance, he arrived, he was a little smart, the money in the account, he left.
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            I agree, but he understands perfectly well that if he flogs - the second time he will not be invited, he will plow - they will recommend it to someone else)). Israel is an expensive country, small (in one professional field, even in absentia, but everyone knows each other) and very competitive - therefore, such part-time jobs are always worth their weight in gold.
          5. Okolotochny April 7 2020 18: 26 New
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            Albert, the trick is that in agronomy and animal husbandry, if the results are unsuccessful, you can give a bunch of reinforced concrete unverifiable reasons for which "did not grow together", "Well, I couldn’t, I couldn’t" - here the weather, and the condition and the composition of the soil, and "the plant protection system did not work," and poor feed and bad veterinary preparations and feed additives.
          6. Krasnodar April 7 2020 18: 34 New
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            I’m in the know, but for that kind of money no one will listen to excuses - they will just send me - even if they believe laughing
          7. Okolotochny April 7 2020 18: 37 New
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            But in that place they didn’t send)))
          8. Krasnodar April 7 2020 19: 12 New
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            laughing Did you give any recommendations? Maybe he shared with the director ... he lived in Golden Cornfield
          9. Okolotochny April 8 2020 12: 59 New
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            Albert, do you believe that an Israeli "shared" a gesheft?))) Most likely not. The recommendations were general, I can download these in gigabytes on tyrnet. It was just convenient for those in charge in front of the owner in case of low rates.
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            laughing
            Alexei, if this is a gesheft on an ongoing basis, then it is natural that it is divided, because 5 thousand dollars a month, which he retains after returning 50% - this is more than Nothing - "greed gives birth to poverty" - a Jewish national saying. Question - why the founders do not itch? Is this not the main business?
          11. Okolotochny April 9 2020 08: 56 New
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            Yes, the former AgroHolding "Kuban". Now, due to sanctions, I have renamed, in my opinion, Progress-Agro. Included structurally in BAZEL.
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            Well - these "do their best" for optimization, because 10K money for them a penny
  • ser56 April 6 2020 18: 57 New
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    These lands will be able to produce 500 thousand tons of grain per year.

    I am far from a supporter of billionaire yacht clubs, but experience shows that without them we bought grain from us ... request
    1. EvilLion April 8 2020 08: 40 New
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      The yachts of billionaires are nothing against the background of losses from the activities of Khrushchev and the destruction of the agricultural industry created by Stalin.
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        Quote: EvilLion
        Yachts billionaires nothing amid losses from the activities of Khrushchev

        It's right! love
        Quote: EvilLion
        and the destruction created by Stalin s / s.

        but this is nonsense ... hi To understand the Stalinist agricultural sector, I recommend reading the novel by G. Nikolaeva Zhatva or the film Chairman ...
  • Overlock April 6 2020 17: 39 New
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    In our Great Country, more than 200 million hectares of agricultural land. land.

    drought is forecasted for this summer. On January 17, less than 10% of the average annual rainfall fell in the central regions (from December to January). Snow (its depth during winter averages 35 cm) is the main source of soil saturation with moisture in the spring. And there was no snow
  • Chervonny April 6 2020 22: 05 New
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    Quote: Doccor18
    With due attention to agriculture, we could dominate the world grain market, without prejudice to our own population.

    Only our officials cannot, without harm to the citizens of the country ...
  • Nikolai Grek April 6 2020 22: 23 New
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    Quote: Doccor18
    In our Great Country, more than 200 million hectares of agricultural land. land.
    With due attention to agriculture, we could dominate the world grain market, without prejudice to our own population. France annually earns up to 50 billion euros on agricultural exports. France has many times less arable land, and the nature of the Krasnodar Territory, Stavropol Territory, and Astrakhan is no worse.

    do not confuse nature with the weather !!! wink
  • pmkemcity April 7 2020 05: 25 New
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    France has many times less arable land, and the nature of the Krasnodar Territory, Stavropol Territory, and Astrakhan is no worse.

    France takes two crops (or even three), and sells “croutons” and not “croutons”. A coolton can cost eight euros, but a crouton can’t. The earth is a blizzard, there is no one to work on it - the parishioners have fled, they are looking for treasures!
  • EvilLion April 8 2020 08: 39 New
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    In our great country, most of the land is in the zone of risky farming and against land somewhere in France is, in principle, uncompetitive. As for the world grain market, we have now the 2020th year, and not the 1920th, the level of agricultural production is such that many times exceeds the needs of the entire globe. In the same EU, there is a fierce fight for the right to supply something to its domestic market, and all according to quotas. They saw our grain there in the grave, their farmers afloat to support.

    Wonderful people are her god ...
  • vlad106 April 8 2020 13: 54 New
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    Quote: Doccor18
    we could dominate the world grain market, without prejudice to our own population. France annually earns up to 50 billion euros on agricultural exports.


    we once had our own light industry, which was destroyed by the Russian "effective management." this includes clothing and footwear, and mechanical engineering, and machine-tool industry, and electronic industry, etc.
    where also we at least provided ourselves with iron and clothes, and earned on export.
    not raw materials, namely final products
  • Rostislav Prokopenko April 6 2020 16: 32 New
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    single question (in two parts):
    - But is there enough storage space or capacity for processing and then storing the flour produced?
    1. Rzzz April 6 2020 17: 35 New
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      And why store flour for a long time? Grain is stored easier, grinding can be done on demand.
      1. Okolotochny April 6 2020 21: 10 New
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        Easier? Oh well. Remember, grain is a living organism. And it can not be stored for years without movement in the silos of the elevator.
        1. EvilLion April 8 2020 08: 44 New
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          Well, actually that’s how they always kept it. Several years can be stored. And this is precisely how the kulakh could have caused hunger at one time, some storage losses and those who died from hunger amid profits from rising bread prices in the hungry years did not play a special role for them.
          1. Okolotochny April 8 2020 12: 55 New
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            Well, actually that’s how they always kept it. Several years can be stored.

            Try to fill the grain in the silo of the elevator and store for several years. At the exit you get the husk !!! It can be stored for several years, for this it must be periodically moved, cooled, etc. You calculate the costs of such storage, and then shed a tear from the cost of grain during shipment. Nobody has canceled the economy yet. The intervention fund was stored as follows - in one year, grain was poured into the elevators according to indicators and classes. The next year they shipped it, and in its place they poured grain of a new crop with the same weight and with the same quality indicators.
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            fist could at one time cause hunger

            nonsense shovels! The famine arranged for SV with its stupid deeds ... hi
  • Andrey VOV April 6 2020 14: 41 New
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    Well, about hunger, then you got excited
    1. Maki Avellevich April 6 2020 14: 44 New
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      Quote: Andrey VOV
      We must think about our people first. However, according to the report, quotas end in July. Just by the end of the harvesting season in our Kuban .. Again, KAMAZ will reach Novorossiysk.

      100%.
      only it is necessary to remember to prepare special storages, or else Gd forbid.
      1. Andrey VOV April 6 2020 14: 46 New
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        What storages? Do you mean elevators? Yes they are already quite enough
        1. Ingvar 72 April 6 2020 15: 24 New
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          Quote: Andrey VOV
          do you mean elevators? yes they are already quite enough

          Yes, basically the legacy of the USSR. But they really are enough.
          1. Sergej1972 April 6 2020 15: 46 New
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            No, there are many new repositories built from scratch. And many Soviet elevators are seriously modernized. Private traders seek to minimize losses during storage of grain.
          2. Andrey VOV April 6 2020 15: 51 New
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            Many new ones have been built for a long time, plus many medium-sized and large farms and farms are overgrown with fat and built their own proper storage facilities for grain and there are no problems with grain storage at all
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              Quote: Andrey VOV
              households are overgrown with fat and built the right storage facilities for themselves

              In the Stavropol and Syzran districts of the Samara region. there is not one newly built. According to my information. request
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                You have incorrect information
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                  Quote: Andrey VOV
                  You have incorrect information

                  What do you mean? belay Bring the faithful. But you will not bring them, because every year I buy grain, and a little in the subject. wink
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                Quote: Ingvar 72
                According to my information.

                what found what to refer !!! wassat according to your information (as well as other local wrestlers), in Russia in Russia everyone eats in the trash, but they die of hunger !! lol
        2. Maki Avellevich April 6 2020 16: 58 New
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          Quote: Andrey VOV
          What storages? Do you mean elevators? Yes they are already quite enough

          The introduction of export quotas to raise average grain levels for cadding. As a rule, do not keep warehouses many times higher than normal demand
    2. Kronos April 6 2020 15: 18 New
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      No such forecasts exist
  • Ingvar 72 April 6 2020 14: 43 New
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    famine will begin.

    Famine may not start, but food prices will rise. The prices of many products depend very much on the price of grain, as it is not only flour, cereals, but also feed. Milk, eggs, meat - everything is tied to grain. When wheat cost 6-7 thousand rubles. per ton, keeping chickens, ducks is less profitable, and when as of now, 12-13 thousand rubles. per ton, zero profitability. I'm talking about a subsidiary farm. Of course, I am happy for the grain producers, but the production of grain does not require as much cost as animal husbandry. And so much time too. When the grain union advocates raising prices in the domestic market, explaining this by the large difference in prices in the domestic and foreign markets, this is primarily a thirst for profit.
    Therefore, I consider quotas simply necessary. And the fact that the WHO and the WTO are against is that they always do not care about residents. hi
    1. AU Ivanov. April 6 2020 15: 04 New
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      Oil consumption will decline. Consumption of manufactured goods, too. But humanity, as it ate, will continue to eat. And here it is necessary for our agricultural producers to make a fuss - it is possible to rise by agriculture on agriculture.
      1. Ingvar 72 April 6 2020 15: 19 New
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        Quote: AU Ivanov.
        you can go strong on agriculture.

        It is possible, but not necessary, to chase world prices in the domestic market.
        1. Rzzz April 6 2020 17: 39 New
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          It is possible, but not necessary, to chase world prices in the domestic market.

          This is one of the rules of the WTO, be it wrong. The price for the domestic consumer should be the same as in the foreign market, minus transportation.
          1. Captain Pushkin April 6 2020 21: 49 New
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            Quote: rzzz
            Quote: Ingvar 72
            It is possible, but not necessary, to chase world prices in the domestic market.

            This is one of the rules of the WTO, be it wrong. The price for the domestic consumer should be the same as in the foreign market, minus transportation.

            Do we need the WTO? Does the USA, EU, Canada, Japan, and others comply with WTO norms with respect to Russia? The same "sanctions", what side are they to the rules of the WTO?
            Until absolutely all “sanctions” against the Russian Federation are lifted, the most reasonable is to declare a moratorium on the implementation of WTO rules by Russia.
        2. Chervonny April 6 2020 22: 08 New
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          Quote: Ingvar 72
          no need to chase world prices in the domestic market

          Modern hucksters are guided not by world prices, but by rabid profits, as they suffer from a disease called "lust for profit."
      2. Chervonny April 6 2020 22: 07 New
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        Quote: AU Ivanov.
        our farmers need to admonish

        It is possible and even necessary. To "podsuetsya" need a little, support from the state.
    2. Altona April 6 2020 15: 36 New
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      Quote: Ingvar 72
      Therefore, I consider quotas simply necessary. And the fact that the WHO and the WTO are against is that they always do not care about residents.

      ------------------------
      Such a measure could spur global growth in grain prices if it has not already spurred. Further options are possible. An increase in domestic prices, for example. Or export sales with the removal of restrictions, but at a more expensive price.
    3. Overlock April 6 2020 17: 41 New
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      Quote: Ingvar 72
      Milk, eggs, meat - everything is tied to grain

      According to representatives of milk processing enterprises, the cost of production is already starting to grow: suppliers are increasing selling prices, for example, for starter cultures, raisins and other components. As a result, according to industry experts, prices for milk-containing products may grow by 10−12% in the near future. And this is without taking into account the cost of fuel and lubricants and taking into account a whole series of economic factors.
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        Quote: Overlock
        prices for dairy products may rise in the near future

        We make cottage cheese ourselves, from purchased milk. And it turns out not from everyone.
    4. EvilLion April 8 2020 08: 46 New
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      Given that in the world they prefer to simply destroy grain surpluses, it’s not even funny. Rather, on the contrary, we will have an excess of grain, which can be invested in livestock breeding.
  • unaha April 6 2020 14: 46 New
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    Europe and America and so perfectly provide themselves. The main consumers of grain in Asia and Africa.
  • Storekeeper April 6 2020 14: 51 New
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    And let Europe and America strain and provide themselves with grain.

    Let them eat Polish apples! laughing
    But in fact, the main buyers of our grain are Turkey, Egypt, Sudan, Nigeria, Yemen. Almost everything goes to Africa. So Europe and America, even well, they will take our place in the market. If there is anything.
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      I absolutely agree. Crops are breaking records year after year. It is necessary to conquer sales markets. Oil in opera, so others need to earn money.
      1. EvilLion April 8 2020 08: 47 New
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        There are three ways to lose money:
        1) Risky. At the casino.
        2) Nice. On women.
        3) Reliable. Investing in agriculture.

        Actually for about 100 years.
        1. Doccor18 April 8 2020 09: 00 New
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          Tell the Israeli farmers. They are harvesting crops in the desert, and our stores are bombarded with strawberries and radishes. And we have a sixth of all arable land in the world and we are all afraid of risk ....
          1. EvilLion April 8 2020 09: 37 New
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            In their desert recently aircraft drowned.

            You would open a climatic map of Russia and look at how much of it is located in places where there is nothing except frozen ground, and then you talked about the sixth. Russia even occupies an area of ​​only 1/7.
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              The area of ​​the world arable land is 1,63 billion hectares, the area of ​​the Russian arable land of 161 million hectares is 10% of the world. The area of ​​Israel is 60% in the semi-desert and desert zone. Only 20% of the territory is suitable for farming. 430 thousand hectares are processed. - This is 40 times less than in Russia.
    2. Lopatov April 6 2020 16: 08 New
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      Quote: Storekeeper
      so that Europe and America even well they will take our place in the market. If there is anything.

      Last time could not occupy. And in Egypt it blazed
  • Thrifty April 6 2020 15: 02 New
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    At least one absolutely right decision has been made for Russia! I hope that the "back" will not give!
    1. EvilLion April 8 2020 09: 38 New
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      I don’t understand how people in 2020 can think like peasants in 1880 ...
  • Vadim237 April 6 2020 15: 20 New
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    Where this famine begins - the sowing continues in all regions.
    1. Overlock April 6 2020 17: 42 New
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      Where this famine begins - the sowing continues in all regions.

      read weather forecasts for the summer?
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        My forecast for the Volga region will be heat.
  • Ratmir_Ryazan April 6 2020 15: 44 New
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    And rightly so, since it may very well be that after this epidemic, and during the subsequent crisis, starvation will begin.


    Do not carry nonsense !!! What a hunger ?! Coronavirus sowing work has not been canceled. Agricultural producers will have grain as usual.

    But the export restriction will result in a decrease in the revenue of our grain industry in agriculture. Agricultural enterprises will not earn - they will not buy agricultural machinery from Russian producers, leaving the factories without revenue, the same Rosssselmash and other plants, people without salaries, local budgets without taxes.

    In my opinion, these restrictions were introduced due to the fact that against the background of a depreciating ruble, the export of Russian grain sharply increased and, with a fright, the government limited it with administrative measures.

    Too sharp a reduction, if we believe that exports were reduced from 43,3 million tons to 7. Most likely, this will not be a temporary restriction per year.

    Russia needs to increase the reserves of the state reserve in grain, if we fear that there will not be enough grain in the country, and export should only be encouraged - this is direct money to our economy !!! Let’s leave agricultural enterprises without revenue - so why should they grow this grain? And they will have more money - they will put more money, enough for both the domestic market and the foreign one.

    Politics is always closely connected with bread and grain, but all restrictions both in the price of bread and in export are more harmful to Russia and its people.

    They have limited the price of bread, and costs are rising - as a result, bread does not rise in price, but it becomes of worse quality.

    To abolish exports is the same as imposing sanctions on their own agriculture.

    This issue needs to be carefully studied, with the involvement of managers of large and small farms. And then we will harm ourselves more than help.
    1. EvilLion April 8 2020 08: 51 New
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      And how will you increase both exports and stocks at the same time? Grain, as it were, to increase its production, it is necessary to leave more seeds, i.e., to reduce consumption for some period. It was only at Khrushchev that it was possible to double the production of meat in a year, as if it were those. products.
      1. Ratmir_Ryazan April 8 2020 13: 46 New
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        And how will you increase both exports and stocks at the same time?


        I’ll just plant more wheat.

        And if export is prohibited, then why plant as much as agricultural enterprises planted when export was allowed ?! Agricultural enterprises will grow as much grain as they can sell.

        And no need to compare livestock and grain, in these sectors different cycles of reproduction.

        The grain grows in a season of 5 months, grain stocks on farms are sufficient, since its sowing properties are preserved for 5 years, and consumer crops for about 10 years and it is very simple to increase its sowing - plow more and sow more, and you need 2 to grow a calf years, and they will not be born much more than cows in the herd.
  • lis-ik April 6 2020 16: 06 New
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    The decision is right. The drowning man himself must think about how to swim out. And let Europe and America strain and provide themselves with grain

    I remember when quotas were introduced last time, manufacturers lifted prices in the domestic market, in compensation for the loss of currency.
    1. lis-ik April 6 2020 18: 47 New
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      Quote: lis-ik
      Quote: NEXUS
      The decision is right. The drowning man himself must think about how to swim out. And let Europe and America strain and provide themselves with grain

      I remember when quotas were introduced last time, manufacturers lifted prices in the domestic market, in compensation for the loss of currency.

      Stubborn. Fiery greetings. Even in VO there was an article on this subject. Wait, my predictions will come true as always.
    2. Vikxnumx April 6 2020 18: 59 New
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      I remember when quotas were introduced last time, manufacturers lifted prices in the domestic market, in compensation for the loss of currency.

      Not manufacturers!
      Manufacturers in the Russian Federation, like the Ball from Prostokvashino - at the rate ...
  • Oyo Sarkazmi April 6 2020 16: 44 New
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    If this year there will be a drought - and if there is little snow hinting, then the restriction is very true. Moreover, in the West, a SEAM is planned !!! - until May they will not be allowed: Mexican guest workers in the USA, Romanian and Ukrainian - to Britain, Bulgarian and Romanian - to Spain. And there this contingent in C / X - sometimes up to 90%.
    1. _Sergei_ April 6 2020 18: 56 New
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      There was a sea of ​​snow in Altai. I already forgot the last time there was so much snow. From the end of December, I began to dump snow from the roof until February
  • Atlant-1164 April 6 2020 17: 15 New
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    own shirt .. should always be closer to the body)
  • Overlock April 6 2020 17: 37 New
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    Quote: NEXUS
    And rightly so, since it may very well be that after this epidemic, and during the subsequent crisis, starvation will begin.

    The Roshydromet sent a forecast to the concerned authorities about a serious drought in 2020 in the central part of Russia. The Ministry of Agriculture calls the future crop failure, and not other economic reasons, the truth as the reason for the possible restriction on sending abroad 20 million tons of wheat.
  • Paul Siebert April 6 2020 20: 44 New
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    The decision is right. The drowning man himself must think about how to swim out. And let Europe and America strain and provide themselves with grain.

    America will provide itself with grain, but China - for no reason. Sown areas cannot provide food for such a huge population.
    If hunger occurs, India, China, Egypt will suffer the most.
    Of course, we need to hold onto the grain.
    The lives of Russians are more expensive than any superprofits ...
    1. Nikolai Grek April 7 2020 01: 00 New
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      America will provide itself with grain

      what where such confidence??? recourse already with his super-duper medicine and faith in her America played out !!! wink request
      1. Paul Siebert April 7 2020 04: 01 New
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        Nicholas, America during both world wars fed Europe grain and corn.
        And after these cataclysms.
        The American farmer is hardworking, quite educated and full of modern technology.
        You can argue about GMOs, but this helps him grow record yields.
        Sown areas of the USA and Canada can easily feed both hemispheres, they ask such a goal.
        You need to equal them. With a fair amount of amendments to our Russian mentality ...
        1. Nikolai Grek April 7 2020 04: 55 New
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          Quote: Paul Siebert
          Nicholas, America during both world wars fed Europe grain and corn.
          And after these cataclysms.
          The American farmer is hardworking, quite educated and full of modern technology.
          You can argue about GMOs, but this helps him grow record yields.
          Sown areas of the USA and Canada can easily feed both hemispheres, they ask such a goal.
          You need to equal them. With a fair amount of amendments to our Russian mentality ...

          there is no need for regular myths ... I wrote to you above ... you see, you don’t want to listen to some things ... we have long listened to tales that there is cool medicine ... and now it has shown itself in all its glory !!! request wassat
  • ILIA April 6 2020 22: 57 New
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    hunger cannot come, it will definitely come ..
    1. Vadim237 April 7 2020 01: 07 New
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      If you live in one of the countries of Africa, then there comes hunger every day.
  • Fantazer911 April 6 2020 23: 06 New
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    Russia has imposed sanctions on the sale of grain crops, now let the West think what they should eat during the Russian sanctions! hi
  • igog April 7 2020 00: 01 New
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    At the same time, some people in the country complain that the government does not think about its citizens. I hope there is no "hidden mat"?
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      Quote: igog
      At the same time, some people in the country complain that the government does not think about its citizens.

      Very thinking. Here is an example.




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        By the way, about the unfortunate buckwheat.
        Yesterday in Auchan, the cheapest Auchan buckwheat was sold for 56 scars per kg, the remaining producers were under a hundred. Draw conclusions, gentlemen, draw conclusions ...
  • Zufei April 7 2020 06: 55 New
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    Minus $ 5-7 billion in revenue from agricultural producers.
  • Rusfaner April 6 2020 14: 29 New
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    "... The World Health Organization and the World Trade Organization expressed their dissatisfaction with this decision of Moscow." (with)

    "Everything in the garden!" (C)

    There is a simple rule: when money is not enough for everyone, it is not divided into all and not evenly divided ...
    The same applies to food.
    1. dauria April 6 2020 14: 41 New
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      The same applies to food.


      Let the oil lick. She's cheap now. Dogs with hunger lick winter grease wink
      I think this is a normal response to the oil war. Ours just decided to raise grain prices.
      1. Ingvar 72 April 6 2020 14: 48 New
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        Ours just decided to raise grain prices.

        In the foreign market please. But in the domestic market, price restrictions are still needed.
        1. DenZ April 6 2020 15: 25 New
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          Quote: Ingvar 72
          In the foreign market please. But in the domestic market, price restrictions are still needed.

          That's it, otherwise
          Quote: Ingvar 72
          When the grain union advocates raising prices in the domestic market, explaining this by the large difference in prices in the domestic and foreign markets, this is primarily a thirst for profit.
          Raising the prices on the domestic market will explain to all of us that we don’t understand anything in the economy and that we urgently need to raise prices (by analogy with the ever-rising gas prices). Let's see, however, what will happen.
          1. Snail N9 April 6 2020 15: 36 New
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            Well, it means that grain carriers stretched to Belarus and Kazakhstan .... Quotas were not introduced there ... wink
      2. Moon April 6 2020 22: 17 New
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        Let the oil lick.

        I will say a trivial thing. There are so many of us on this planet because there is oil.
        Oil civilization.
        And a lot of products are made from oil (I'm talking about food)
        \ And almost all food can be produced if there is oil.
        No oil, no 7 billion
        As far as I remember, without oil, directly or indirectly, we will feed no more than 1 billion.
        So everything depends on oil .. including -eda. In its cycle, oil and its products are everywhere.
        1. dauria April 6 2020 22: 37 New
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          And a lot of products are made from oil (I'm talking about food)

          So what is the conversation about? The Saudis will feed everyone, they have "this shoe polish well, just heaps" laughing Bon appetit and don’t worry about anything. True, the trouble is the cat, the bastard, does not want to slurp kerosene. It requires meat. Snickering.
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            True, the trouble is the cat, the bastard, does not want to slurp kerosene. It requires meat. Snickering.

            bad chemical industry!
            Recycled Protein in Cat Food
  • Andrei Nikolaevich April 6 2020 14: 29 New
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    It can be seen that the virus is a serious matter .. Not everyone is as fun as we are told.
    1. And for such thoughts, I’ve been given a week of “minuses” laughing they say the government said that everyone is prepared!
      1. Andrei Nikolaevich April 6 2020 15: 23 New
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        Normal people should understand that there are things that power cannot voice. In the interests of citizens .. So, on be upset about ,, minus signs ,,
      2. Oyo Sarkazmi April 6 2020 16: 47 New
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        All prepared. We have. And not with us - the Great Gastarbeiter Crisis. People who come across the hill sometimes make up 90% of agricultural workers per season.
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        Quote: Leader of the Redskins
        And for such thoughts, a week ago, they said “minuses” to me that the government said that everyone was prepared!

        For the official’s phrase - Do not panic to everyone. Everything is under control! - should be fined or shot.
        (C) Tambov Wolf.
        When the state assures that everything is in order, in the Russian Federation everyone rushes to buy buckwheat, flour, ammunition and dollars ..
  • Lord of the Sith April 6 2020 14: 30 New
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    Russia TOP exporter of grain crops. But see for yourself handy.
    1. Ingvar 72 April 6 2020 14: 44 New
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      Quote: Lord of the Sith
      But see for yourself handy.

      Of course, because the price of grain directly affects the price of milk, butter, meat. Stern. In the same way, the final price of a product is affected by the cost of fuel, and it more than half consists of excise taxes. So think about who globally slows down the development of industry in Russia.
      1. mole April 6 2020 15: 05 New
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        So the Government also noticed this! Finally they got involved in the work. They clearly began to indicate positions, they remembered about federal duties. If they work, there will be a result. If once again it was good, then it will end sadly.
        PS Today I caught myself thinking that the State really "turned on". Pah, pah, pah ...
    2. Sergei 23 April 6 2020 14: 58 New
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      And according to your understanding, if there is nowhere for the grain producer to realize him, will he be seated in such an amount? Yes, and again, to store in such volumes at just not where!
      1. Lord of the Sith April 6 2020 15: 01 New
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        There are enough elevators, because before exporting, grain needs to be stored somewhere.
      2. Vadim237 April 6 2020 15: 28 New
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        Some Rosrezerv reserves are empty such as this restored and please keep
  • knn54 April 6 2020 14: 30 New
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    The main thing is to prevent a deficit in the country.
    1. AU Ivanov. April 6 2020 15: 05 New
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      And you can cause a deficit in foreign markets, and then continue to export, but at a completely different price. Unless, of course, succeed.
      1. Vadim237 April 6 2020 15: 30 New
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        And at the same time, sowing crops will increase by 30% in order to sell more at a higher price at the end of the year.
  • bubalik April 6 2020 14: 31 New
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    Now Russia will export no more than seven million tons of grain per year


    About the introduction of a temporary quantitative limit
    for the export of grain crops outside the territory of the Russian Federation to non-member states
    Eurasian Economic Union



    In accordance with the Federal Law "On the Basics of State Regulation of Foreign Trade"
    and the Treaty on the Eurasian Economic Union of May 29, 2014 (Appendix No. 7) The Government of the Russian Federation
    POSTABLE:
    1. Install from April 1, 2020 to June 30, 2020. (inclusive) quantitative restriction (quota) for export outside the territory of the Russian Federation to states that are not members of the Eurasian Economic Union, wheat and meslin (group 1001 TN FEA EAEU), rye (group 1002 TN FEA EAEU), barley (group 1003 TN EAEU FEA) and corn (group 1005 TN EAEU FEA)
    (hereinafter referred to as non-tariff quota), which are essential for the domestic market of the Russian Federation, in accordance with the customs procedure of export in the amount of 7,0 million tons, excluding seeds of grain crops (codes 1001 11 000 0, 1001 91 100 0, 1001 91 200 0
    1001 91 900 0, 1002 10 000 0, 1003 10 000 0, 1005 10 130 0, 1005 10 150 0, 1005 10 180 1, 1005 10 180 9, 1005 10 900 0 TN FEA of the EAEU).
    2. Do not apply from April 1, 2020 to June 30, 2020 a temporary periodic customs declaration by filing a temporary declaration on goods (temporary customs declaration) upon export
    from the customs territory of the Eurasian Economic Union of goods referred to in paragraph 1 of this resolution, in respect of which a non-tariff quota is applied (hereinafter - grain crops).
  • rusich April 6 2020 14: 32 New
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    Let them grow and feed themselves together with WHO and WTO. His shirt is closer to the body. The right new government has done. Pendell wouldn’t have enough mind
    1. Alf
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      Quote: rusich
      The right new government has done.

      On the one hand, I want to believe.
      On the other hand, I do not believe the government; it cannot be that it did not provide for holes in the kings for the kings of the fence.
      1. Here I am talking about ... With good intentions, the road to hell is paved ... Reduce exports by 6 times? But how did we manage with past volumes before that? While this mnogohodovka is not completely clear ...
        1. Nadrub April 6 2020 15: 22 New
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          Yes, multi-way is understandable as a clear day :) Now the main thing is who to give and who not ...
          The product has become instantly strategic and political, the price does not matter although it will jump. We have a bunch of little brothers who can contact us: Serbia, Syria, China, but the same French and Spaniards :)
          Food is an excellent product in hungry times ... you look at the European Union, we’ll ruin it with several echelons of flour :))
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            Quote: Truth
            Food is an excellent product in hungry times ... you look at the European Union, we’ll ruin it with several echelons of flour :))

            And what, Lisa Peskova will return to her homeland? belay Did Pap Dima give birth to her for this? request
            1. Lopatov April 6 2020 17: 11 New
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              Quote: Malyuta
              And what, Lisa Peskova will return to her homeland?

              And her homeland is not Russia?
              1. Alf
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                Quote: Spade
                Quote: Malyuta
                And what, Lisa Peskova will return to her homeland?

                And her homeland is not Russia?

                She has a homeland where she feels good.
          2. Alf
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            Quote: Truth
            We have a bunch of little brothers who can contact us: Serbia, Syria, China, but the same French and Spaniards :)

            And how long will they remember good? Does historical experience say nothing?
      2. DMB 75 April 6 2020 15: 01 New
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        It’s right about the shirt. Enough for everyone to be kind, as our historical experience shows, still no one appreciates.
      3. lwxx April 6 2020 15: 04 New
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        And what is there to think. Belarus will become the leader in the sale of grain, as before it began to grow shrimp and salmon in fields with potatoes. Oil can also be added here.
      4. mole April 6 2020 15: 08 New
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        And I still have the hope that the "holes" will be closed up. Before the next election there is time to evaluate the work.
      5. Malyuta April 6 2020 21: 12 New
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        Quote: Alf
        I do not believe the government

        Comrade, life experience shows what you are doing right. good drinks
  • 23424636 April 6 2020 14: 45 New
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    correct solution. I think the same will be done in Donetsk. The republic provides itself with grain in abundance. If only the comrades in power did not decide to make a little money. Now, for example, the exchange for the hryvnia that pensioners received in Ukraine and, of course, are deprived of receiving it due to the closure of the border, has set the predatory purchase rate of 2.05 rubles at the Central Bank of the Republic instead of 2.8 at the Central Bank of Russia. So what to do ? if the cache goes to visit them.
  • Maikcg April 6 2020 14: 46 New
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    There the Dutch cried that they had to throw out a million tons of potato and pour milk into the ditches, because they did not buy it. So let them make the mashed potatoes and feed the WTO.
    1. mole April 6 2020 15: 13 New
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      Only the question arises on planting material. Yes, and feed additives.
      Recently an article on HE was on food security. The article is relevant, but comments: on them the Government needs to collect and resolve issues prod. security.
  • Super April 6 2020 14: 50 New
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    We won’t feed Europe forever. We must do something ourselves. They destroyed their own production, killed agriculture, and now they hope for Russia. Not all cats are shrovetide.
    1. Andrey VOV April 6 2020 14: 54 New
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      Yes, we do not feed Europe much, the main consumers of our grain, as comrades wrote above, North Avrika, Turkey, Asia, Southeast Asia, slowly began to go to China .. Europe buys more oil, oilcake, meal
    2. Undecim April 6 2020 16: 34 New
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      Europe's breadwinner, look at wheat production last year.
      1. Undecim April 6 2020 16: 37 New
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        True, taking the fourth place in the world in wheat production, Russia takes the first place in its export.
  • Super April 6 2020 14: 54 New
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    Once Russia saved Europe from the Nazis, now we not only feed it, but we also save it from the virus. And there will be no thanks.
    1. AU Ivanov. April 6 2020 15: 22 New
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      Or maybe you should not save for free?
    2. Moon April 6 2020 22: 24 New
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      Quote: Super
      Once Russia saved Europe from the Nazis, now we not only feed it, but we also save it from the virus. And there will be no thanks.

      it was the USSR.
      But before 1917, RI regularly exported bread. (By the way, the Early USSR dabbled in this too)
      Yes, the EU does not feed the EU now ...
      EU is the largest food producer ...
      it’s a lot of people who buy food, including the Russian Federation itself.
      Although in the Russian Federation 90-95% of the population consume their own. Imports can not afford.
  • vvp2412 April 6 2020 15: 02 New
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    The World Health Organization and the World Trade Organization expressed their dissatisfaction with this decision of Moscow.

    This is their personal opinion. We do not care!
    1. Alf
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      Quote: vvp2412
      The World Health Organization and the World Trade Organization expressed their dissatisfaction with this decision of Moscow.

      This is their personal opinion. We do not care!

      YOU Yes, but for our authorities, the opinion of Europe is ahead of concern for their own country.
  • Alex Nevs April 6 2020 15: 02 New
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    In order to raise prices for this over the hill, all methods are good.
  • Victor March 47 April 6 2020 15: 05 New
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    Maintaining export quotas is another name for actions applied against Russia - sanctions. We do not gangster in the market. We begin to think about ourselves.
    We will respond to sanctions with quotas. And look at the increase in prices for this type of product.
    1. Super April 6 2020 15: 07 New
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      Well, it’s debatable. Russia’s sanctions are only useful, so this is not the answer. On the contrary, it’s more profitable to introduce new and more sanctions.
  • Victor March 47 April 6 2020 15: 10 New
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    Quote: Alf
    Quote: rusich
    The right new government has done.

    On the one hand, I want to believe.
    On the other hand, I do not believe the government; it cannot be that it did not provide for holes in the kings for the kings of the fence.

    What are the names of these kings? And you’ll stick into the name of the Minister of Agriculture of Russia. Or am I wrong? Do you know the railway king? Oil? Gas? Atomic? In the head chaff shake, premature. As we did not have competition and private production of strategic goods (food is one of them), there will not be. Long. That is why oil is getting cheaper, and gas is getting more expensive. Paradox?
  • Old partisan April 6 2020 15: 10 New
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    This is perhaps the only government decision that does not cause irritation in recent years. A plus for this.
  • Nadrub April 6 2020 15: 16 New
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    Georgians blather and piss us in the Borjomi, and our bread is eaten, that about 90% of the flour from the Aggressor and the occupier of Russia is delivered to rodents. Now let them sit another month without buns, they may grow wiser slightly :)
    1. Vadim237 April 6 2020 15: 33 New
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      And many of us buy them Borjomi?
      1. Alf
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        And many of us buy them Borjomi?

        Georgians at one time were very surprised that the volumes of their water sold in Russia exceeded the volumes of water throughout Georgia.
  • askort154 April 6 2020 15: 23 New
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    The World Health Organization and the World Trade Organization expressed their dissatisfaction with this decision of Moscow.

    Where are your grievances against US economic sanctions, handing them left and right ?! I see here, I don’t see there. Selling hypocrites.
  • Maks1995 April 6 2020 15: 28 New
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    Something is doubtful. Rather, this is another urea-breakthrough (urea-alarm of the West)

    I remember, Kapitsa also said - Argentina alone can feed the whole world, and more recently, they themselves bought grain ...
  • Mavrikiy April 6 2020 15: 30 New
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    Presumably, the quota will be valid until July.
    Why limit it to July? Grain export is a crime against the people. Crops pull not only chemical. elements introduced by fertilizers, but also ruin the soil, taking out trace elements. It has long been written that plants growing on sown areas after 30-40 years of planting have a different chemical composition. (you don’t need to talk about changing varieties. the land is impoverished)
    Moscow believes that, first of all, it is necessary to ensure domestic needs for grain. Russian authorities emphasize the importance of crops for domestic consumption. Government wants to avoid a shortage of these products and prevent prices from rising.
    Is logical. Government - six months ago it was not possible to imagine such a thing. repeat
    1. Moon April 6 2020 22: 27 New
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      Grain export is a crime against the people. Crops pull not only chemical. elements introduced by fertilizers, but they also ruin the soil, taking out trace elements

      as well as energy and water.
      In general, food and oil are concentrated energy exports.
  • rotkiv04 April 6 2020 15: 34 New
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    Worms swarmed up, how to impose sanctions so they first
  • Tank jacket April 6 2020 15: 37 New
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    If the World Health Organization and the World Trade Organization ... expressed their dissatisfaction with this decision of Moscow ...,
    So they did it right. The WTO and IMF are the structures of the financial intern, financial globalists with their LGBT ideology.
  • vladimirvn April 6 2020 15: 40 New
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    I do not understand. In the oil market, ours are fighting to ensure that their market share does not decrease. And in the grain market, everything is on the turnover. Where is the logic?
    1. AU Ivanov. April 6 2020 16: 09 New
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      The logic is simple, like mooing - this measure can spur world grain prices.
      1. Oleg83 April 6 2020 16: 15 New
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        Quote: AU Ivanov.
        The logic is simple, like mooing - this measure can spur world grain prices.

        Does Russia need this? In recent years, on the contrary, the USA, Canada, Australia, France have accused Russia of dumping grain, an increase is profitable for them. And the government would be better off controlling fuel prices, but how the seed fuel is growing in price
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          and how seed fuel is growing in price

          There are "objective" reasons for this ...
      2. Avior April 6 2020 16: 23 New
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        Exactly.
        Grain producers in the world will say thanks for such a decision.
        But Russian grain producers are unlikely.
        And the people, as I see it, approve.
        1. AU Ivanov. April 6 2020 16: 27 New
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          The increase in world grain prices is beneficial to all producers. Especially for us - wheat leaders. Fuel? So farmers will compensate for the high price of fuel, high export prices.
          1. Avior April 6 2020 17: 46 New
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            I imagine that it will be profitable for those who will sell at a time when less grain will enter the world market.
            and the price for it changes quite quickly - additional volume will appear - the price will fall again.
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              Quote: Avior
              I imagine that it will be profitable for those who will sell at a time when less grain will enter the world market.

              If you imagine the volumes of past years, a major supplier to the Asian / African and Turkish grain markets will leave.
              The price will rise there. Then there will be an imbalance, prices will be adjusted.
              As a result, the price will grow everywhere.
              But as soon as the volumes are full, the price will return to the original. Grain in the world in recent years has been abundant. Countries had to replace wheat with corn.
              If wheat is more profitable, it will spur interest.
              As a result, everyone will be in the black, all exporters. So no one has left the market voluntarily.
  • Gennady Fomkin April 6 2020 15: 41 New
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    laughing Since when have these expressed "concern" a number of international organizations from the country "gas station.? belay
  • Cowbra April 6 2020 15: 42 New
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    The World Health Organization and the World Trade Organization expressed their dissatisfaction with this decision of Moscow.

    On hu ... torr, B ... to catch abochki! laughing
    Incidentally, the point is not what Russia introduced. In fact, those who have agriculture have all imposed restrictions. Belarus - for buckwheat and something else there, Vietnam - for rice ... If countries with developed agriculture are afraid of crop failure and problems - what can we say about Europeans who are used to living on export? The Guardian has already issued an article the other day. According to her, there is a shortage of 98% of agricultural workers in the country - earlier migrants worked there, Poles are mostly there, now they are gone, so what will we eat?
    That's where the fun will be. And there is nothing to sell to Europe - there is no real production, and the grub in exchange for the services of gay designers in a world recovering from a pandemic is not a fact that they will sell, especially to Europe
  • Ros 56 April 6 2020 15: 44 New
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    The correct and timely decision, and as for the global organizations, they go to the forest wherever they like.
  • Gennady Fomkin April 6 2020 15: 47 New
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    Hong Kong allowed Russian companies to supply pork, beef, and offal to their market, the Rosselkhoznadzor said.

    “The Rosselkhoznadzor received an official letter from the Center for Food Safety, Food and Environmental Hygiene Department, which contains a decision on the possibility of starting the supply of pork, beef, as well as pork and beef offal from Russia to Hong Kong,” says in the message of the department. Cho want to eat? laughing
  • Gennady Fomkin April 6 2020 15: 54 New
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    Not! Better, like the Communists in the USSR: to beg for wheat from the USA, Canada, Sweden, Australia! This is definitely better!
    1. Rzzz April 6 2020 21: 08 New
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      No one was begging. Bought on exchanges at market prices. For normal money.
      1. Gennady Fomkin April 6 2020 21: 21 New
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        For the "normal" is how much? laughing USSR imports to 1981 at current prices (thousand dollars).
        Top - 10 Soviet purchases. From 10 - 5 positions cereals and 2 sugar
        1 Wheat 3 439 124
        2 Unprocessed sugar 3
        3 Corn 2
        4 Barley 711 564
        5 Refined sugar 694 879
        6 Beef 677
        7 Wine 587 121
        8 Sorghum 558
        9 Wheat flour 555 911
        10 Ground rice 546 586 Almost all foreign food purchases went exclusively to the RSFSR. Also from inter-republican exchange, about the same amount of food went to the RSFSR. Mostly sugar, sunflower oil and grain from Ukraine. For example, the import of sugar for the RSFSR, in value it was as important as the import of grain. Now Russia, having reached sugar production in the amount of 6 million tons, begins to export it, and the RSFSR imported sugar in the amount of 5 million tons. 2,5 million tons of imports from abroad and 2,5 million tons from other republics. The argument that the USSR imported cheap grain, that producing expensive meat, is idiocy. Because there were no purchases of cheap grain abroad. Yes, and the cows need grain. in scanty doses compared to poultry, an order of magnitude less. The main purpose of purchasing wheat abroad was to feed Soviet pigs people bread
        1. Gennady Fomkin April 6 2020 21: 23 New
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          It is clear that Soviet statistics are terrible, but why Soviet propagandists do not look into the US to find out the composition of Soviet grain imports is not clear. What kind of wheat was exported by the USA can be found, for example, here http://ageconsearch.umn.edu/bitstream/23591/1/aer541.pdf Export of wheat by type and by year. laughing
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          For the "normal" is how much?

          How much they cost on the exchange, they paid so much. How else? Below the market there hardly anyone agreed to sell.
          Now, for example, many ships from our southern ports go with grain, corn, barley to the ports of Italy. Is this Italy begging?
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  • Operator April 6 2020 15: 59 New
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    The price of grain in the foreign market should rise and compensate for the fall in oil prices bully
    1. Cowbra April 6 2020 16: 11 New
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      What is that fall. The Saudis croaked that they could double from the ground than before - and then it turned out that they used to pump a quarter less than they voted, but they couldn't increase it at all. And that’s all, oil creeped up. The quarantine will end - in general, it will explode into space - now there is no postage, but it is harnessed all over the world anyway. Half-world dry storage vault pandemic will end
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        Our goal is to achieve in export the predominance in value terms of grain and weapons over oil and gas.

        After that, it will be possible to use Russian hydrocarbons only for dumping in the world market - lowering prices to the level where it will become profitable for us to buy oil and gas from the Persian Gulf countries.
        1. Cowbra April 6 2020 16: 43 New
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          I'll give you a better option abruptly. Oil / gas / coal is finite. End anyway. Agro-industry, an industry with low added value, will not get rich, therefore republics are also “banana”. Weapons - you can sell out, like the Americans whom their proxy Afghans shoot.
          Energy will always be needed. “When the oil runs out”, as Shevchuk sang, only nuclear power plants will remain, and here we are already the leader winked
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            There is enough oil and gas for another 1000 years. Don’t worry, there are still a lot of unexplored reserves in Russia. And in the future, perhaps scientists will learn how oil appears and maybe they can create a process for its production.
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              Vadim, for 1000 years it’s not enough exactly how it appears - biofuel is not the focus, and for a long time.
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                While we do not know the exact process of the appearance of oil in the earth's interior - we can assume that these are renewable resources that create living organisms in the earth's interior, just like gas and biofuel it is biofuel - but not oil and its varieties.
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            Quote: Cowbra
            Energy will always be needed. “When the oil runs out”, as Shevchuk sang, only nuclear power plants will remain, and here we are already the leader

            you can’t directly charge a person with electricity.
            But feed the oil-
            Refining all 2% of the annual oil production allows producing up to 25 mln tons of protein, which is enough to supply 2 billion people during the year. It is used in the production of a wide variety of products, replacing animal protein.
            It is necessary to somehow translate energy into protein, because the resources for the production of protein are finite.
            1. Cowbra April 6 2020 23: 38 New
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              Turn off all the electrics now - and live ... Three days. Not about Homo Sapiens Sapiens. biological species - about YOU specifically conversation
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                Quote: Cowbra
                Turn off all the electrics now - and live ... Three days. Not about Homo Sapiens Sapiens. biological species - about YOU specifically conversation

                without an electrician, a person as a species is able to live ...- all his life (boring, gloomy)
                but without food / water and oil ... let me think .. good
                you compare the importance of electricity to modern comfort and the need for biological survival.
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              Why spend oil on this? The sun is shining, the grass is green, the protein is growing so well. Naturally, it tastes even better.
              1. Moon April 7 2020 11: 42 New
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                Naturally, it tastes even better.

                Only here the natural path is long and there are no resources for this. And they want to eat 7 billion here and now, and the entire logistics of food (and indeed) is tied to oil.
                No one is aware that our civilization is oil and without it we will die up to 1 billion .. because oil is our main energy for food production. (Without it, our yields will decrease and food production will become)
                Tell me how. Purely technically - this is the process, by the way, describe ... And what about proteins is not one piece - is this news to you? What exactly are you - your phrase - getting together? Do you even need to tell about biosynthesis, protein-protein, that for this there is a sixth nitrogenous base in the cell - Inosine only in tRNA?

                The technology itself for producing synthetic protein from oil is quite simple. Salts of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and other elements are added to the paraffin obtained during oil refining. Water is added to this mixture and, in the nutrient solution thus obtained, a starter culture consisting of specially selected bacteria is added. In just a few hours, microorganisms absorb paraffin, turning it into protein. Then the protein is filtered, purified, and deodorized. The resulting nutritious, odorless and tasteless nutritional mixture can be used in the production of a wide variety of products, replacing animal protein.

                Modern science has reached such a level of development that scientists are able to construct food with the right parameters. The development of modern chemistry, for example, allows you to artificially create any taste and smell that will be indistinguishable from the taste and smell of a natural product. Existing technologies and equipment today allow us to recreate the properties and appearance of the usual food products, their structure, taste, color, smell. Also, scientists have learned to recreate the nutritional composition of food, balance its amino acid composition.

                Thus, modern technologies make it possible to first obtain protein from oil, and then construct artificially created meat products from it. Although, in fairness, it should be noted that existing technologies are not yet able to fake a natural piece of meat (its structure is too complicated), but minced meat products, such as sausages, sausages, are quite a solvable task.
                In 1957, France began to study the possibilities for biochemical processing of hydrocarbons in order to obtain protein substances. Some other countries have also conducted similar studies. The USSR went further than theoretical research. Already on July 1, 1973, a pilot industrial plant of protein and vitamin concentrates, built in Kstovo, began to produce the first products. The source material — liquid refined paraffins — was obtained from the Novogorkovsky oil refinery. And the resulting protein mass was used as livestock feed. By 1982, the plant produced 70 thousand tons of protein and vitamin concentrates per year. Some of the products were even exported - to Finland, Czechoslovakia, South Korea.
                1. Rzzz April 7 2020 20: 06 New
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                  the natural way is long and there are no resources for this.

                  How is it not? The sun is shining for free, rains are dripping .. carbon dioxide is absorbed from the air, and oxygen is released (by the way, the greenhouse effect is reduced !!). In addition to the main products, ethanol, cellulose, methane, and other utilities are extracted from any tops. Cows eat silage.
                  Well, yes, there are expenses for land cultivation, fertilizers, watering where necessary, harvesting. But in such a way that without expenses at all - this does not happen.
                  I read somewhere such an assessment that, given the current level of agricultural technologies, all the farmland on this planet is enough to feed 35-40 billion people. So that's enough for now.
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              Processing only 2% of the annual oil production allows producing up to 25 million tons of protein, h

              Tell me how. Purely technically - this is the process, by the way, describe ... And what about proteins is not one piece - is this news to you? What exactly are you - your phrase - getting together? Do you even need to tell about biosynthesis, protein-protein, that for this there is a sixth nitrogenous base in the cell - Inosine only in tRNA?
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        now there is no postage

        How is it not? Where did they go?
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        Saudi croaked

        there still a problem arose about the delivery of new volumes !!! wassat lol
    2. Super April 6 2020 16: 30 New
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      Well, oil prices do not particularly affect Russia. Even on the contrary, Russian gasoline will be cheaper, people just better. These countries need raw materials appendages like the Saudis.
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        On the contrary, Russian gasoline will be cheaper, people just better.

        Where have you seen that fuel and lubricants in Russia have become cheaper?
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          Alf April 7 2020 13: 43 New
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          On the contrary, Russian gasoline will be cheaper, people just better.

          Where have you seen that fuel and lubricants in Russia have become cheaper?

          And who is so smart minus? How is this news today?

          Which of the Friends of Himself will then remain without the dough? And you can’t drink the economy with cheap gasoline, it will suddenly start to grow ...
  • Alstorm April 6 2020 16: 11 New
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    "The restrictions introduced will not affect grain export volumes to Belarus and Kazakhstan, as these countries are members of the EAEU."
    Belarusian shrimp only in the opposite direction.
  • Avior April 6 2020 16: 21 New
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    Something I read and do not quite understand.
    This decision of the Russian authorities worried a number of international organizations.

    But didn’t it bother Russian farmers?
    More grain in the domestic market - less price, market law.
    And in the world, what is going on with grain? And here is what.
    World grain market in the new season waiting for records
    Elizaveta Litvinova
    Agroinvestor
    March 28 2020
    Russia will retain leadership in world wheat exports, IGC predicts
    .....
    According to the forecast of the International Grain Council (IGC), grain production in the world next season will reach a new maximum and amount to 2,22 billion tons, which is about 2% more than this agricultural year. Due to the likely increase in grain consumption - from 2,19 billion tons to 2,23 billion tons - the end stocks are expected to decrease from 607,9 million tons to 604,6 million tons. This is mainly due to a decrease in corn stocks in China (163 million tons against 188,3 million tons), which more than compensates for their increase in the United States (from 50,5 million tons to 64,2 million tons). World wheat reserves are projected at a record high of 283,2 million tons, primarily due to their increase in China and India. According to IGC, the agricultural crop may reach 768,5 million tons. World corn production will increase to 1,16 billion tons compared to 1,12 billion tons this season, but will be lower than consumption, which is estimated at 1,17 billion t

    World grain sales will amount to 385,1 million tons against 378,5 million tons in the 2019/20 season. Including global export of wheat is estimated at 179,9 million tons (176 million tons this season), corn - 170,2 million tons (168,2 million tons).

    https://www.agroinvestor.ru/analytics/news/33458-mirovoy-rynok-zerna-v-novom-sezone-zhdut-rekordy/
    A record harvest this year is expected.
    Less grain to the foreign market, prices will rise, Kazakhstan, Ukraine and other grain suppliers will thank you.
    Is it such support for agricultural producers from other countries? Or am I misunderstanding something?
    Can someone clarify what is wrong with my understanding?
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      bar April 6 2020 17: 08 New
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      A record harvest this year is expected.

      Why do you think so? Winter, but the greater territory was not snowy, there was little moisture in the soil. If the summer is hot, it will most likely be a drought, not a record crop at all. As for the reduction in exports, firstly, the price of grain will rise, this will partially compensate for the losses. Secondly, it’s just bucks, you can’t eat them.
      1. Avior April 6 2020 17: 50 New
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        from an article from an agricultural resource to which I gave a link
        and about money that cannot be eaten, farmers grow products for their sake
        and then the money will be exchanged for something useful, the days of natural exchange are long gone
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          bar April 6 2020 18: 01 New
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          and about money that cannot be eaten, farmers grow products for their sake

          If you knew the difference in money between the price of a farmer who sells products to resellers and outbid exporters who send products for export, you would probably be very surprised. I think if a crop failure occurs, the state will find money to purchase grain at the state reserve and will not offend farmers. And outbid really ...
          1. Avior April 6 2020 18: 07 New
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            I know about the price difference, but they change in the chain.
            has fallen from dealers, the price will fall on the grain market, will fall at farmers
            low grain prices are approved by everyone except those who produce this grain.
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              bar April 6 2020 18: 39 New
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              If drought really threatens, then due to grain shortages, prices will not be low. Well, again, government procurement interventions were specifically conceived as an instrument of market regulation to stabilize prices and insurance for agricultural producers. The mechanism is well-established.
      2. Avior April 6 2020 17: 50 New
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        from an article from an agricultural resource to which I gave a link
        and about money that cannot be eaten, farmers grow products for their sake
        and then the money will be exchanged for something useful, the days of natural exchange are long gone
    2. Moon April 6 2020 22: 40 New
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      Can someone clarify what is wrong with my understanding?

      Nothing to explain. There is an example with quotas for oil and oil products.
      The right people decided to divide the profitable cow so that only the right people got it.
      Well, the sign will come off and patriotic or panic cheers (under the existing coronavirus problem)
      Grain export is a profitable sector of the Russian Federation that provides currency. Nobody will cut the hog, but redirecting profit to the necessary pockets is easy.
      Times are hard. Fors Major. And do not borrow from him.
      Take and share.
    3. Rzzz April 7 2020 01: 23 New
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      Can someone clarify what I have in mind is not so

      Here, among other things, there is also a redistribution of the market. Through the distribution of these quotas. So, import quotas will give the "right" people, and they will continue to work for export, only without competitors and at soaring prices and a high dollar exchange rate.
      And the honor to provide food for the motherland at "social" rates will be given to all the rest, "not so necessary" producers.
  • Svarog April 6 2020 16: 24 New
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    Moscow believes that, first of all, it is necessary to ensure domestic needs for grain.

    Finally then .. healthy thoughts went ..
    1. AU Ivanov. April 6 2020 16: 30 New
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      Do not be naive. Moscow believes that it is necessary to cause a stir on grain in world markets. Moreover, we are the leading producers of wheat. It didn’t work with oil - take grain. Without oil, the world will live at the very least, without bread - no.
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        Moscow believes that it is necessary to cause a stir on grain in world markets.

        I do not see anything wrong with this for Russia.
  • Dan
    Dan April 6 2020 16: 28 New
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    Who said that Russia is a raw materials appendage and cannot introduce any sanctions? Now, "dear" "partners" get and sign!
    1. Super April 6 2020 16: 32 New
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      And they also chatted about the country gas station supposedly :). They gave a pass @@ to the Europeans, our managers!
  • iouris April 6 2020 16: 35 New
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    Stop feeding the outskirts!
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    bar April 6 2020 17: 00 New
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    Russia's introduction of quotas for grain exports has caused concern in the world

    The decision is correct and timely. It will help raise export prices for grain and partially compensate for the fall in hydrocarbon prices.
    1. cniza April 6 2020 17: 12 New
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      The main thing is that later the superfluous would not be lost, otherwise we don’t have much storage.
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        bar April 6 2020 17: 15 New
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        Yes, it seems normal with storage facilities, we built it, without an extra pump. But something tells me that there will be nothing special to store, the government began to prepare for the drought.
        1. cniza April 6 2020 17: 17 New
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          Quite possible ...
        2. Andrey VOV April 6 2020 19: 52 New
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          In the chernozem region winter crops were well wintered, crop species are good
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            They wintered well, but something had not rained for a long time, yesterday's snow did not count.
    2. Avior April 6 2020 18: 55 New
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      Logically, it will raise grain prices in the world market.
      sellers on this - States, Europe, Canada, Ukraine, Argentina and others.
      In addition to Russia, in short.
      This is amazing.
  • aries2200 April 6 2020 17: 01 New
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    Ukrainians will definitely increase the sale ... of their banderlog without bread and all for export ..........
    1. Moon April 6 2020 22: 52 New
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      Ukrainians will definitely increase the sale ... of their banderlog without bread and everything for export

      Ukraine produces 28,3 million tons of wheat, consumes about 8 million tons.
      “As of April 1, 2020, we exported 17,7 million tons of wheat. Therefore, by the end of June, we had about 2,5 million tons of wheat in our stock for export

      As of April 1, 8,5 million tons of corn are available in the domestic market, with the need for domestic consumption by the end of the current marketing year of 1,8 million tons and the need for transitional balances of 1 million tons. As a result, 5,7 million tons are available for export during April-June 2020. The same is with barley: 0,7 million tons are available for export in April-June "

      Head of the Committee on Agrarian and Land Policy of the Verkhovna Rada Nikolai Solsky.
      By the way, there was a discussion about similar actions to limit grain exports. It was decided not to limit because it is enough.
      Ukraine increased the supply of grain and flour by 30% compared to last year.
      From July 1, 2019 to January 23, 2020, the Russian Federation exported 26,1 million tons of grain crops, which is 15,5 percent lower than last season. This was announced by a representative of the Ministry of Agriculture. According to him, as of January 24, 2018–2019 of the agricultural year, the Russian Federation exported 30,9 million tons of grain
      The Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation expects that from July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020, the export of Russian grain will be 45 million tons, including 36 million tons of wheat.
      And a couple of events on this topic. This by the way will answer some questions above
      for the week of March 30 - April 05, 2020 According to the company OOO TBI, 308,354 thousand tons of Russian grain were exported through the grain terminals of Novorossiysk. This is 5,9% more than the previous week and 1,5 times more than the same week last year. Tells agn. Grain Online.
      All grain shipped is wheat. It was shipped 5,9% more than the previous week and 2,2 times more than the same week last year.

      But Ukrainian ports have half as much wheat, but twice as much corn. As a result, grain shipped 21% more than last year.
  • cniza April 6 2020 17: 11 New
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    The World Health Organization and the World Trade Organization expressed their dissatisfaction with this decision of Moscow.


    So on health ...
  • Million April 6 2020 17: 14 New
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    Most likely, after this, bread in Russia will rise in price. Under capitalism, no one cares about the people
    1. AU Ivanov. April 6 2020 17: 24 New
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      Strongly under socialism, people were cared for? Especially in the early 30s, when the last grain was driven for export in famine.
      1. Million April 6 2020 17: 45 New
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        If you turn on the brain, you will understand where the money went for this grain
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          At the cost of human lives? Is the price for industrial equipment too high?
  • Tank hard April 6 2020 17: 17 New
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    Sound decision.
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    these advisers from across the ocean would go through the woods and into the swamps. The WTO is an enemy, a bunch of traders and hucksters, why I didn’t enter the Russian Federation. Quotas They did the right thing for what they entered.
  • Wolf April 6 2020 17: 29 New
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    TOTALLY CORRECT !!!
    1. Wolf April 6 2020 17: 34 New
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      Let PARASITES eat paper €, $, and electrons valute !!! During RIGHT there is no deception of PARASITES !!!
  • Protos April 6 2020 17: 32 New
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    Quote: Malyuta
    We generally have a wonderful country, if not for the leaders.

    Quote: Doccor18
    The cost of 1 yacht of Abramovich and other "servants of the people" is comparable with the cost of an irrigation system for 70 thousand hectares. These lands will be able to produce 500 thousand tons of grain per year.

    Start by selling your apartment \ car \ cottage and buying the full amount of the irrigation system for 100 Ha wink
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      Or try to reduce the price of this system by an order of magnitude.
  • Protos April 6 2020 17: 34 New
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    Quote: Truth
    Food is an excellent product in hungry times ... you look at the European Union, we’ll ruin it with several echelons of flour :))

    And what, Lisa Peskova will return to her homeland? belay Did Pap Dima give birth to her for this? request

    Envy Movcha Ukrainian laughing
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    .A let Europe and America strain and provide themselves with grain.

    "They" are the largest suppliers of grain. Productivity is 50-60 centners. Russia's exit from the market is less than competitors, they will also dance. yes hi
  • Butchcassidy April 6 2020 17: 41 New
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    From the rascals! They want to feed their own at first! Bastards!)))
  • 16112014nk April 6 2020 18: 08 New
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    Sometimes common sense will prevail. Given the snowy winters, the land is dry, the grain yield will probably be low .. It is better to play it safe.
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      Given the snowy winters, the land is dry, the grain yield will probably be low

      Therefore, quotas are introduced.
  • Thomas the Unbelieving April 6 2020 18: 15 New
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    The decision is right. In modern conditions, only the illiterate are trying to increase exports - it is not in vain reflected in the balance of payments on the loan. For real values, only promises are issued that our state uses to lend to the buyer. It turns out double lending to the buyer: first with goods, then with money. That is why the "developed" countries from ancient times sell less than they buy, unless they are paid in gold. I want to remind you - when Khrushchev liquidated agriculture, he paid 2900 tons of gold for American grain. Truly, when you look at our "rulers", you remember an old song: "Papa’s dad is strong in mathematics, papa decides, and Vasya gives up." Who is “dad” in this song, and who is “Vasya” is easy to guess.
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    Where is the link to the official source?
  • Prisoner April 6 2020 18: 56 New
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    Grain sellers are already raising prices, hoping to recapture foreign exchange losses. The price of flour, judging by the lamentations of the spouse, has already rushed to take off. However, BYAD.