Russia has already sold half of the state grain reserves


The Russian Ministry of Agriculture has already sold half of the state grain stocks in order to increase supplies to the domestic market amid the COVID-19 epidemic. This was reported by the online edition of Agriculture, citing information from Reuters.


It is noted that on April 24, 2020, the department sold at an auction 77 tons of grain, mainly wheat, for 430 billion rubles ($ 0,9 million). In total, from the beginning of sales on April 12, 13, the department sold 2020 tons of grain from available stocks.

At the same time, it is specified that exporters are prohibited from participating in these auctions. The agency plans to sell up to 1,5 million tons of grain to the domestic market, i.e. 83% of government stocks.

In addition, Russia set a quota for grain exports in the amount of 7 million tons for the period from April to June this year. According to reports, only 2,6 million tons of grain are available for export from the indicated quota.

Thus, as soon as the indicated grain quota is exhausted, Russia, being the world's largest exporter of wheat, will stop delivering these products to foreign markets.
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  1. Bulanov Offline Bulanov
    Bulanov (Vladimir) April 25 2020 16: 06
    +4
    If 7 lean years are to come, Russia is doing everything right! If it is an island of stability in a raging world, then Vanga’s prediction about the great future of Russia will come true.
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    1. Dear sofa expert. April 25 2020 23: 36
      +3
      ... and from the FFP2 series respirator almost 100% will protect you from infection. ..

      What nonsense! No respirator will save you from infection, as long as you have unprotected mucous membranes in your eyes.
      A mask worn on you can protect others from you, but again not an FFP2 respirator! Because this respirator filters only inhalation, and on exhalation it has a simple rubber valve. Take this respirator in your hands and you will immediately understand everything.
  3. Dear sofa expert. April 25 2020 23: 39
    +1
    Selling grain as a raw material for export is unwise. Cleverly use it domestically. Well, and if you sell, then only the product.
    1. Piramidon Offline Piramidon
      Piramidon (Stepan) April 26 2020 11: 09
      -1
      Quote: Dear couch expert.
      Selling grain as a raw material for export is unwise.

      Read the full article and understand the meaning of faith does not allow?

      It is specified that exporters are prohibited from participating in these auctions. Office plans to sell to the domestic market up to 1,5 million tons of grain, i.e. 83% of government stocks.
      1. Dear sofa expert. April 26 2020 15: 47
        +1
        In general, you can’t sell grain so that you can later buy abroad (expensive) meat grown there on your (cheap) grain.
        You need to support your livestock.
        1. Piramidon Offline Piramidon
          Piramidon (Stepan) April 26 2020 20: 01
          +2
          Quote: Dear couch expert.
          You can’t sell grain at all

          This is not about export, but about selling grain to domestic producers. Why not sell on the domestic market? What will you make bread and pasta from? What to feed the animal?request
          1. Dear sofa expert. April 26 2020 20: 03
            0
            Yes, everything is fine) why are you so excited? You understand my idea?
    2. A.Lex Offline A.Lex
      A.Lex (Secret information) April 26 2020 16: 10
      +2
      Emelya, grain, like gold, is a currency. They also wanted to equate oil ... But what happened to the oil. But the bread - it will always be in demand.
  4. aleksandrmakedo Offline aleksandrmakedo
    aleksandrmakedo (Dubovitsky Victor Kuzmich) April 26 2020 00: 04
    -1
    = Dear couch expert.

    ... and from the FFP2 series respirator almost 100% will protect you from infection. ..

    What nonsense! No respirator will save you from infection, as long as you have unprotected mucous membranes in your eyes.
    A mask worn on you can protect others from you, but again not an FFP2 respirator! Because this respirator filters only inhalation, and on exhalation it has a simple rubber valve. Take this respirator in your hands and you will immediately understand everything.

    How much has been said that the mask on the face of a person does not protect HIM itself. It protects others from possible infection by coughing and sneezing. The virus does not fly through the air itself. It is contained in sputum, droplets that fly out during these physiological processes.
    Are you really so dumb that you need to personally drive it in?
    1. Dear sofa expert. April 26 2020 15: 42
      +1
      ... How much has been said that the mask on the face of a person does not protect HIM himself ..

      If you read carefully, then I wrote the same thing.

      ... The virus does not fly through the air itself. It is found in sputum, droplets that fly out during these physiological processes ..

      This is not quite true here. The virus also "flies", turning under certain conditions into an aerosol. The same sputum, flying out during coughing to a distance of several meters, at the end of the trajectory becomes finely dispersed (see aerosol).
      Further much depends on external factors (wind, humidity, etc.). The size and specific gravity of the virus itself also matters. The influenza virus, for example, is very small, and can spread by air masses inside even very large rooms, and hang in the air for up to several hours. Coronavirus is heavier and faster on the ground. But under certain external conditions it can also “fly”.

      Mask. The mask holds sputum - that's right. The FFP2 mask - (again) filters only by inspiration. On exhalation there is a regular rubber valve, which, without filtration, releases an exhalation stream with all contents. Yes, the direction of the jet is down and to the side, but, as mentioned above, under certain conditions .... etc, etc.

      ... Are you so stupid that you need to personally drive it in? ..

      THIS IS FOR YOU.
    2. A.Lex Offline A.Lex
      A.Lex (Secret information) April 26 2020 16: 12
      +1
      Alexander, you already decide what you are broadcasting ... About a respirator or about a mask? These are two different things.
      1. Dear sofa expert. April 26 2020 16: 21
        0
        As for FFP2, this is the “norm”. Regarding this protective mask - it's the same thing, only the names are different.
  5. aleksandrmakedo Offline aleksandrmakedo
    aleksandrmakedo (Dubovitsky Victor Kuzmich) April 26 2020 00: 06
    -3
    Quote: Dear couch expert.
    Selling grain as a raw material for export is unwise. Cleverly use it domestically. Well, and if you sell, then only the product.

    It is clever, of course, to ferment it in the bins, not giving the opportunity to fill in a new crop there. Sitting on .... and not having the slightest information, can you plan without mistakes?
    1. Dear sofa expert. April 26 2020 15: 27
      +1
      In addition to swearing people right and left, you apparently do not know how. This also applies to “include the brain from time to time”.

      ... It’s smart, of course, to ferment it in bins, not allowing it to fill a new crop there ..

      Nobody offers leaven.
      Of the surplus grain, you need to make, for example, compound feed for the development of your own (unfortunately neglected) livestock / poultry farming.
      Serving cheap grain abroad, and then buying expensive meat / poultry from abroad is irrational.
      But if you already sell, then not in the form of raw materials, but at least a product: the same compound feed, or flour.

      Well, try to get rid of your hysterical attacks, if you do not want to continue to look silly.
  6. aleksandrmakedo Offline aleksandrmakedo
    aleksandrmakedo (Dubovitsky Victor Kuzmich) April 26 2020 00: 09
    -2
    Russia has already sold half of the state grain reserves.

    In addition, Russia set a quota for grain exports in the amount of 7 million tons for the period from April to June this year. According to reports, only 2,6 million tons of grain are available for export from the indicated quota.

    The agency plans to sell up to 1,5 million tons of grain to the domestic market, i.e. 83% of government stocks.

    So where is it right? Author, did you study at school, or did you smoke cigarettes only in the toilet?
  7. alex lolman Offline alex lolman
    alex lolman (alex lolman) April 26 2020 06: 39
    +1
    1,5 million tons of grain, i.e. 83% of state stocks, the intervention fund is a little different than state stock.
  8. Boris Kushakov Offline Boris Kushakov
    Boris Kushakov (Boris Kushakov) April 26 2020 12: 05
    +2
    Only the deep processing of grain as an export of the fatherland, from flour products - such as pasta and the like, like chips, and as residual livestock feed, will certainly be perceived as an achievement in the agricultural fatherland.
  9. aleksandrmakedo Offline aleksandrmakedo
    aleksandrmakedo (Dubovitsky Victor Kuzmich) April 26 2020 15: 59
    -1
    Quote: Dear couch expert.
    What nonsense! No respirator will save you from infection, as long as you have unprotected mucous membranes in your eyes.

    So what the hell to write about protection, which is not, in connection with open eyes? It is not connected, the eyes are separate, and the protective properties of the respirator (masks - separately). Do not get out. You can not.
    1. Dear sofa expert. April 26 2020 18: 41
      0
      Yes, no one gets out. Something wrong with your logic. This is a respirator (or mask - as you please) labeled FFP2. This mask is not designed to protect against the virus. It is an industrial dust mask. Yes, the porosity of this mask (protective standard FFP2 and 3) is capable of delaying large viruses, as well as fine dust, but protection loses its meaning in unprotected mucous membranes of the eyes.
      To protect others, it is generally unsuitable because of a direct-flow exhaust valve. That is, only part of the sputum will be retained on the inner side of the walls, and the main stream of exhaled air will exit through the valve.
      It is impossible to remove the valve on the FFR2 standard mask, because the density of the material is quite high. This mask is not very comfortable to breathe. Inhalation is rather difficult. If there is no valve, exhalation will simply push the mask away from the face.
      In short - FFT2 as it is - could be used to protect against infection, but in conjunction with additional eye protection special. glasses.
      To protect others, a conventional multilayer gauze medical mask is better suited. There, exhalation takes place in the mask material, and it may delay something.
      Do not sweat people with your misunderstanding brains. Better include yours when you read.
  10. aleksandrmakedo Offline aleksandrmakedo
    aleksandrmakedo (Dubovitsky Victor Kuzmich) April 26 2020 16: 05
    0
    Quote: Dear couch expert.
    In addition to swearing people right and left, you apparently do not know how. This also applies to “include the brain from time to time”

    “.. It’s smart, of course, to ferment it in bins, not giving the opportunity to fill a new crop there ..”

    Nobody offers leaven.
    Of the surplus grain, you need to make, for example, compound feed for the development of your own (unfortunately neglected) livestock / poultry farming.
    Serving cheap grain abroad and then buying expensive meat / poultry from abroad is irrational.
    But if you already sell, then not in the form of raw materials, but at least a product: the same compound feed, or flour.

    Well and your hysterical attacks try to get rid of yourself, if you do not want to look silly further

    You can not even make feed, but cakes. In stock. Only if fermenting is not grain, but compound feed that animals and poultry do not have time to eat (its amount is fairly accurately defined), it will still be lost, but a more valuable product.
  11. aleksandrmakedo Offline aleksandrmakedo
    aleksandrmakedo (Dubovitsky Victor Kuzmich) April 26 2020 16: 25
    +3
    Quote: Dear couch expert.
    In general, you can’t sell grain so that you can later buy abroad (expensive) meat grown there on your (cheap) grain.
    Need to support your livestock

    Livestock breeding is not primarily feed (it will be needed later), but selection. In Denmark, a royal herd of cows gives an AVERAGE of 80 liters of milk per day for each dairy cow. Royal - because when the king was cut off funds for maintenance, he was told that he needed to deal with a slingshot. Milk production. A divine product, not sausage (blood and murder) .... Of course, the king himself, not his family, went to the cowsheds. HIS subsidiary farming. Wearing a uniform with a king monogram on the back for any specialist is a reward. Specialists are the highest. The content of the herd is highest. Does not sell milk - TRANSFER to kindergartens, hospitals, hospitals. For this he was added a little money from the state. By the decision of the Parliament. This is, first of all, production facilities. First of all, these are structures involved in both cultivation and fodder production.
    Sitting on the couch, without a crinkle in the head, it is easy to argue, to deal with manilovism. The country needed billions of investments to build itself a modern poultry industry, which is the fastest producing poultry. 60 days from egg to finished carcass in the store. Slingshot - at least a year. Pig breeding is about that. The production of beef, pork, lamb requires funds no less than for poultry.
    1. aleksandrmakedo Offline aleksandrmakedo
      aleksandrmakedo (Dubovitsky Victor Kuzmich) April 26 2020 16: 39
      0


      It was in 1990.



      It became in 2010.
      But rolled into the restoration of the poultry industry .....
    2. Dear sofa expert. April 26 2020 20: 46
      +1
      And who does not agree with this? Everything is correct. It could have been argued from the very beginning. Yes, livestock / poultry - need to be raised again.
  12. aleksandrmakedo Offline aleksandrmakedo
    aleksandrmakedo (Dubovitsky Victor Kuzmich) April 26 2020 22: 20
    0
    Quote: Boris Kushakov
    Only the deep processing of grain as an export of the fatherland, from flour products - such as pasta and the like, like chips, and as residual livestock feed, will certainly be perceived as an achievement in the agricultural fatherland.

    A completely different grain goes to livestock feed. Wheat for breadmaker - has a lot of gluten, which does not go to feed livestock. And not wheat, but peas, corn, barley and meal (squeezed sunflower seeds). You need a lot of fish, in the form of flour, green stuff - herbs of different grades, shell rock (for poultry). Macaroni to Italy. There they will die from laughter. They are not so used to eating. The French are behind them. Arabs will spit. Or do you know how to quickly rebuild production under the country of the export agreement?
    1. Monster_Fat Offline Monster_Fat
      Monster_Fat (What's the difference) April 27 2020 09: 12
      -1
      After the embargo of 2010 and the restrictions of 2014, grain exporters in Russia learned how to easily circumvent grain export restrictions by implementing them through the laying companies in the Union State, the Eurasian Economic Community and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization. yes
  13. aleksandrmakedo Offline aleksandrmakedo
    aleksandrmakedo (Dubovitsky Victor Kuzmich) April 27 2020 09: 57
    0
    Quote: Monster_Fat
    After the 2010 embargo and the 2014 restrictions, grain exporters in Russia have learned to easily bypass grain export restrictions by selling them through "gaskets" firms in the "Union State", the EurAsEC and SCO countries. yes

    Here is a conversation about something else. That Russia itself has limited exports. I wonder what these efforts are worth, all the embargo attempts, if Russia is in the forefront of grain exporters? Puffed turkeys thinking they rule the world.
    1. Monster_Fat Offline Monster_Fat
      Monster_Fat (What's the difference) April 27 2020 10: 17
      -1
      The conversation is precisely about this. The Russian government does not have leverage to effectively influence grain exporters, who both sold and will sell grain abroad, but not “directly”, but through “laying” companies of “friendly” countries enjoying special export priority and privileges to import. It seems that the “experience” with Belarus, the “largest shrimp exporter” to Russia, is being tried not to recall.
  14. aleksandrmakedo Offline aleksandrmakedo
    aleksandrmakedo (Dubovitsky Victor Kuzmich) April 27 2020 13: 43
    -1
    Quote: Monster_Fat
    The conversation is precisely about this. The Russian government does not have leverage to effectively influence grain exporters, who both sold and will sell grain abroad, but not “directly”, but through “laying” companies of “friendly” countries enjoying special export priority and privileges to import. It seems that the “experience” with Belarus, the “largest shrimp exporter” to Russia, is being tried not to recall.

    And this is about Russia, where the “democratic layer” curses Putin of terrorist voluntarism. How is it possible in a country with "exorbitant presidential power"? Or do you set a goal to spoil? And it doesn’t matter for what reason and where.