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Feed Barley Prices Decline

Russian feed barley dropped 7.3 percent to 5,100 rubles ($183) a metric ton last week, leading declines among grains, SovEcon said on its web site.

The fourth-grade milling wheat declined 5.1 percent to 6,000 rubles a ton, and milling rye fell 4.3 percent to 5,600 rubles a ton, SovEcon said. The third-grade milling wheat dropped 3.5 percent 6,250 rubles a ton and feed wheat declined 2.6 percent to 5,525 rubles a ton. Sunflower seeds dropped 1.7 percent to 16,225 rubles a ton.


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