Kansas wheat farmers have a unique opportunity to export wheat into African and Asian markets. Unfortunately for Australian wheat farmers, their crop has been plagued by drought and freeze. They won’t be able to meet the export demand for the white wheat they grow. This gives Kansas wheat farmers the chance to meet this international demand. Planting decisions made now will affect the supply that is available over the next year, while Australia’s exports lag.

While in Lagos, Nigeria, the 2018 Sub-Saharan Africa Board Team met with executives at Flour Mills of Nigeria at the company’s mill in Apapa area of Lagos.

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