Global Feed Markets: January - February 2013

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WITH most of 2012’s adverse supply developments now factored into prices, world grain and feed markets are now starting to fix their sights more firmly on 2013/14 crop prospects. A recovery is certainly needed in 2013 cereal output. Latest estimates show world production this season is dropping by about 75m tonnes or just over 4% but consumption by only 37m tonnes or 2%, the balance coming off stocks.

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Global Feed Markets: January - February 2013

  1. 1. Digital Re-print - January | February 2013Global Feed Markets: January - February 2013 Grain & Feed Milling Technology is published six times a year by Perendale Publishers Ltd of the United Kingdom. All data is published in good faith, based on information received, and while every care is taken to prevent inaccuracies, the publishers accept no liability for any errors or omissions or for the consequences of action taken on the basis of information published. ©Copyright 2013 Perendale Publishers Ltd. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or by any means without prior permission of the copyright owner. Printed by Perendale Publishers Ltd. ISSN: 1466-3872 www.gfmt.co.uk
  2. 2. GLOBAL GRAIN & FEED MARKETS Every issue GFMT’s market analyst John Buckley reviews world trading conditions which are impacting the full range of commodities used in food and feed production. His observations will influence your decision-making. Chicago soft red Will 2013 be a year of crop recovery? Wwinter wheat prices ITH most of 2012’s adverse supply the remarkable recovery in US and other world developments now factored stock markets instead. have dropped by into prices, world grain and That said, investors haven’t done badly out of feed markets are now starting wheat in 2012 which saw this grain close with a about 8% since to fix their sights more firmly on 2013/14 crop near 20% year-on-year gain in Chicago, albeit after prospects. A recovery is certainly needed in trading as much as 45% up earlier in the year. EU our last review 2013 cereal output. Latest estimates show world milling wheat markets meanwhile closed the year production this season is dropping by about 75m about Δ50/tonne up (+25%), led by London feed- after losing as tonnes or just over 4% but consumption by only wheat plus £53 or 35%. Interestingly, the wheat 37m tonnes or 2%, the balance coming off stocks. markets across the Atlantic diverge completely on much as 12% While there have recently been some jitters their forward views. EU 2013 crop wheat futures about South American maize and soyabean crop are cheaper than current old crop months whereas at one stage. In weather, lower Argentine wheat quality, some the US futures outlook shows higher distant prices. winterkill threats in the former Soviet countries In contrast, forward US futures continue to pointEurope, soft milling and a combination of drought and frost threats to significantly cheaper prices for maize, for which to a poorly rated US winter wheat crop, price current months have come out of 2012 with a gain wheat futures rallies on the bellwether Chicago futures markets of only 8% - quite a shift from last August when for both grains have largely struggled to hold up. prices were up by over 30%. have dropped by That, in turn, has encouraged European cereal Wheat and maize prices have also come markets, to a large extent, to steer clear of further under pressure from global export competition. about 8-9% while steep price increases too. In fact, if anything, the Despite this year’s smaller Russian, Ukrainian and global grain and feed markets have maintained Kazakh crops, the Black Sea wheat exporters gave in export markets, gradual downward bias since our last review, the their rivals a good run for their money with an major grains recently trading at their cheapest aggressive early season export campaign – as did US quality hard since last July. the Argentines too from their own smaller wheat Partly this trend has reflected less interest from crop. Even the EU, with a significantly smaller 2012 spring wheats are speculative and other ‘outside’ money in the trend- wheat harvest, has been running a much more setting US futures markets. Even the index funds active wheat export campaign so far this season,down by about 9% or institutional investors, who have tended to stick clocking up a 35% year-on-year gain recently. That with cereals through thick and thin in the hope of may lead to uncomfortably tight supplies here too. The smallest price rises have cashed in a large chunk of their before the season closes in June but it has all helped wheat chips in recent weeks, preferring to ride keep exports from the main supplier, the USA, welldeclines have beenseen in US hard redwinter wheats amid caution over the poor condition of the coming crop. 44 | January - february 2013 Grain &feed millinG technoloGy
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  5. 5. peak in the summer months. And, as noted in our last review, the forward futures markets suggest soya will be cheaper next autumn – if all the scheduled crop increases come through. So far, things are looking promising for South American supply to reach or even exceed targets. Crops there did go in late because of heavy rains but have avoided the withering droughts that decimated last year’s output in many areas and some is already being harvested in the early-planted areas of Northern Brazil. The US is meanwhile expected to bump up soya acreage again thisalso beg the question of where all the extra Feed use of grain has been holding up better spring. However, markets need to see thatproduction will go if the US does get the in the US than in Europe and the former Soviet crop up and running under normal weatherrecord crop farmers there are expected to countries and has recently been revised up conditions before selling into it. There are alsoplant this spring. The answer is that much by the USDA - which also cut US stocks some uncertainties over other oilseed suppliesof it will go to re-stocking, principally in the accordingly, especially for maize. However, the after last year’s disappointing rapeseed andUSA itseld. If that does happen, the discounts initial bullish impact of this news proved short- sunflowerseed crops in Canada, Europe andcurrently offered on new crop (latter 2013) US lived as the Department also raised (rather the former Soviet countries. Some revival ismaize futures will have to get much bigger – a than lowered, as the market expected) its needed in these sectors too – especially indevelopment that would help contain wheat final estimate of the US maize crop as well as crops from Europe east and west, to helpprices too by reducing feed demand for fine increasing Latin American and other forecasts, keep protein costs down.grains. resulting in a slightly larger global maize crop Overall, the picture at this juncture is one of Europe also needs to grow a bigger maize for 2012/13 than expected late last year. supplies improving and, with a few less globalcrop this summer after last year’s crashed by On the negative side, the forecast for world weather problems in coming months, perhaps11.5m tonnes to a multi-year low of under 55m maize consumption jumped too, largely due to some further decline in costs of the main grain– about 9m under projected EU consumption the US adding 7.6m tonnes of usage for the full and feed raw materials.needs. Europe’s consequent huge import need 2012/13 season (which ends August 31). That– at least 8m tonnes – is one oif the few brightspots for global exporters in a season when means US and world stocks will finish 2012/13 at very low levels in terms of consumption Main commodityworld maize imports are seen tumbling from needs – about seven weeks of global supply devbelopments since our last103m to 97m tonnes. Maize is also coming under some restraint compared with almost double that for wheat (and half of that tied up ‘off-market’ in China). reviewfrom a weaker trend in the US corn ethanol So, regardless of those extra Latin Americanmarket, home for 40% of its crop (and, of and Ukrainian supplies, a big US maize crop Wheat prices downcourse, a large chunk of EU cereal production rebound is essential this summer to establish Chicago soft red winter wheat prices havetoo). Although US ethanol output is just about a more comfortable stock cushion against dropped by about 8% since our last reviewmatching USDA targets, production margins possible crop problems in the subsequent after losing as much as 12% at one stage.recently have been poor, often negative, and year.. In Europe, soft milling wheat futures have dropped by about 8-9% while in export markets, US quality hard spring wheats are down by about 9% too. The smallest declines have been seen in US hard red winter wheats amid caution over the poor condition of the coming crop. The firmest sector of the wheat market has been in former Soviet countries where this season’s smaller crops have been sold into export markets at an aggressive pace earlier in the season to capture the high world prices ruling then. Russia is now paying the price with record feedgrain costs and there has been talk of it needing to back- fill with imports, possibly from Europe – a development that could hoist prices here too, if it comes about. Russia is already taking someare believed to have already idled about 20% of In the protein sector, two opposing forces grain from neighbouring Kazakhstan, though,US capacity. The root cause is the still relatively have continued to dominate the markets – and along with a programme of interventionhigh price of maize. In the boom years of the record Chinese demand, centred on dwindling stock releases this may be enough to cool itslast decade, for example, when US capacity was US soya supplies, versus expected record large internal market and avoid raiding the broaderrising regularly by as much as 20-30% a year – Latin American soyabean crops. world market. In theory, it could buy US softand before the ‘blend wall’ or renewable fuel Like the grains, soya prices also failed to hold red winter wheat if it wanted to, cheaper thanmandate was approached – US maize was only all their stellar 2012 price gains, finishing the at any time since June.$3.50 a bushel, half its current cost. year with an 18.4% increase against a 49.7% Questions have been raised about the46 | January - february 2013 Grain &feed millinG technoloGy
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  7. 7. disappointingly small crop gave prices a lift in January. Earlier, the Chicago futures market had been down as much as 10% from its early December highs. The USDA raised its US feeding number by 7.6m tonnes to 113m. However, it also cut US exports by 5m tonnes and raised the 2012 final crop estimate by 1.4m, limiting the impact on US ending stocks to a more manageable 1.1m tonne decline. Given that US exports are still running well behind the target pace, it’s possible that figure could go lower still, freeing up a little more ending stock. On the plus side for supplies, USDA raised combined South American production by KEY FACTORS IN THE MONTHS This will be none too soon for the US 1.5m tonnes and the region’s expor ts by 3.5m. With increments to other, smaller AHEAD market which has been selling its supplies out far too fas t for comfor t, chief ly producers, world corn output actually • US 2013 crop maize planting area and feeding record first-half-season demand increased last month to 852.3m from 849.1m growing weather will determine whether from top buyer China. Although some tonnes. Nonetheless, world ending stocks US and global stocks of the grain return to of these advance bookings (ranging into have tightened further still. more ‘normal’ levels 2013.14 now) could be washed out and On the restraining side, as mentioned above, • How long will export competition from switched to South American, the US is competition for US maize on world markets Latin America, former Soviet countries and likely to star t next season with very small is keeping a lid on prices. This is coming not India contiunue intoi second quarter 2013? stocks. That will make markets sensitive only from South American and east European The South American crops look promising over the coming months to any US weather maize exports but from still relatively cheap but need more rain as we go to press problems, before, during and well after feed wheat, including Indian and even some • Will US corn ethanol use revive after an sowing the crop around April/May. If all South American and is expected to continue unusual decline in 2012? goes well, the US should fur ther boost into second quarter 2013. • Chinese demand for maize has grown 37% 2013 supplies and help keep prices moving Despite USDA’s upward revision, US feed use in just four years – can its crop keep up or lower. of maize, also taking about 40% of production, will they raid the world market for larger Protein users have become increasingly will still be about 2m tonnes lower than last volumes? dependent on soya in this season of year’s and about 9m less than in 2010/11. • Speculators’ enthusiasm to buy into any disappointing rapeseed and sunflowerseed However, US ethanol use is forecast about crop weather problems production. Apart from a little extra feeding 10% down this season and may fall further still of palm kernel and groundnut meal, almost if profitability fails to stem the current spate Proteins/oilmeals - demand to all the increase in this season’s oilmeal of plant shutdowns and slowdowns. All of this consumption will be fed by soyabean could spell slightly larger stocks to start the new mop up extra soya? products. At this stage, there are no firm US season on September 1. SOYA supplies are still improving. The pointers to alternative oilmeals making final US harvest a much bigger contribution in 2013/14 estimate has but we still have to see how Canadian been revised rapeseed, EU and former Soviet countries’ up by more spring rape and sunflower plantings pan than expected out. So far this lack of substitutes has while South helped keep soya prices relatively f irm. American crops Despite dipping by around 7% at one stage are looking closer since our last review, the Chicago market to attaining the has recently recouped most of its losses. record 144.25m However, if the US gets the 90m tonne (plus 33.25m) crop some expect in 2013, prices should forecast by the come down more emphatically. USDA . T he tot al incr ea se in world output KEY FACTORS IN THE MONTHS equals about AHEAD World barley production also fell to a 26m tonnes more meal whereas global multi-year low this season at just under consumption is only expected to increase • South American crop weather during the 130m tonnes and with consumption running by about 5.2m. Although there have been remainder of the growing/harvest period closer to 133m, ending stocks will fall to a some dry weather jitters recently, the Lat- • The timing of importers’ switch to Lat-Am multi-year low of under 20m tonnes. Stocks Am crops are now entering the home run from US supplies will be par ticularly low within the EU by and some are already starting harvest so, • US spring planting decisions – and end-June – 3.6m tonne compared with barring an extended dry spell or some last accompanying weather 15.6m just three years ago so there is not minute harvest weather problems, soya • Chinese demand for soya meal much leeway if anything goes wrong with demand should be making its annual shift to • EU/CIS rapeseed & sunflowerseed and the next crop. the southern hemisphere suppliers shortly. Canadian canola plantings and weather48 | January - february 2013 Grain &feed millinG technoloGy
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