Tomsk, Siberia, producers of oats boosted their exports to Mongolia 20 times in January and February 2018 from the first two months of 2017, the Russian Agriculture Supervision Directorate for Tomsk Region said.
The regional directorate cleared 4,500 tons of feed grade oats for export to Mongolian animal husbandries last January and February. Tomsk exported oats and other animal feeds to five countries in the first two months, with Mongolia at the top of the list, where the Siberians shipped 1,184 tons of bran and 67.6 tons of feed grade oats; 19.6 tons of wheat to Denmark — for the first time ever, and 135.4 tons of flour to Uzbekistan.
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