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Strategie Cuts 2014-15 Wheat Forecast
Thu Feb 13, 2014 07:45 AM CST

(Dow Jones) -- Strategie Grains Thursday lowered its forecast for the European Union's 2014-15 soft wheat harvest by 0.3 million metric tons to 137.5 million tons, mainly due to lower acreage in Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania.

"Production is revised down this month in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania [0.1 million tons in total] to reflect the impact of the cold weather. It is also revised down in Poland and Ireland [by 0.2 million tons in total] due to lower acreage," said the grains research firm.

Strategie Grains increased its estimate of the 28-member EU's 2014-15 corn production by 0.3 million tons ...

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