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Foreign Agricultural Service – Mexico: Grain And Feed Annual Report

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 Mexico: Grain and Feed Annual Report


The marketing year (MY) 2015/16 corn production is forecast at 23.4 million metric tons (MMT).

Similar to last year, Mexican corn production should remain relatively constant, despite lower prices, due to the lack of attractive prices from alternative crops.

MY 2015/16 corn imports are forecast slightly higher at 10.3 MMT due to increased feed demand from Mexico’s livestock sector.

Post/New MY 2015/16 production forecasts are up for wheat and sorghum at 3.7 MMT and 7.7 MMT respectively, while rice production is forecasted at 240,000 MT (rough production).

Responding to demands from various grower organizations about low commodity prices and the need for more assistance at the farm level, the Government of Mexico (GOM) announced new or updated support programs.

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About The United States Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS):

The Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) links U.S. agriculture to the world to enhance export opportunities and global food security.

In addition to its Washington, D.C. staff, FAS has a global network of 96 offices covering 167 countries. These offices are staffed by agricultural attachés and locally hired agricultural experts who are the eyes, ears, and voice for U.S. agriculture around the world. FAS staff identify problems, provide practical solutions, and work to advance opportunities for U.S. agriculture and support U.S. foreign policy around the globe.

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Trade Policy

FAS expands and maintains access to foreign markets for U.S. agricultural products by removing trade barriers and enforcing U.S. rights under existing trade agreements. FAS works with foreign governments, international organizations, and the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative to establish international standards and rules to improve accountability and predictability for agricultural trade.

Market Development and Export Assistance

FAS partners with 75 cooperator groups representing a cross-section of the U.S. food and agricultural industry and manages a toolkit of market development programs to help U.S. exporters develop and maintain markets for hundreds of products. FAS also supports U.S. agricultural exporters through export credit guarantee programs and other types of assistance.

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FAS’s network of global contacts and long-standing relationships with international groups contribute to the agency’s unique market intelligence capacity. FAS analysts provide objective intelligence on foreign market opportunities, prepare production forecasts, assess export marketing opportunities, and track changes in policies affecting U.S. agricul­tural exports and imports.

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FAS leads USDA’s efforts to help developing countries improve their agricultural systems and build their trade capacity. FAS also partners with the U.S. Agency for International Development to administer U.S. food aid programs, helping people in need around the world. FAS’s non-emergency food aid programs help meet recipients’ nutritional needs and also support agricultural development and education.


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