Here's the complete report of Maize, Wheat & Bajra
MAIZE- Presently, the arrival of maize has started decreasing in UP, due to which there is steady sentiments in the market for the next two-three days despite weak market. The stock of maize in the poultry farms of South India is very less, but due to the scarcity of money there, very low wheat are being loaded from Bihar for South India. In Haryana, Punjab also due to weak demand at high prices, the prices have come down at 1775 - 1825. It seems to be stagnant for a few days now. There will be a steady market in UP for a few more days. WHEAT- Export demand in wheat accelerated. Kanpur, Etawah, Etah, Badaun, as well as Jhansi, Indore line of Madhya Pradesh are continuously purchase of wheat by the exporters, due to which the arrivals and stock have decreased. Due to less arrivals there is a bullish trend. In the last 3 days, there has been an increase of 50 to 75 rupees. Looking at the export demand, there is a possibility of further growth. BAJRA- Bajra is expected to increase gradually before the new crop because the tender of Hafed which was selling cheap has become very expensive in the past. Now the new tender has come for 20 thousand metric tonnes, which is an offer of Rs 1425. All-round buying is going on for animal feed, poultry feed and distillery plants, due to which the market will increase by Rs 50-60 per quintal.