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Large increases seen in Mongolia’s fall harvest PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 18 November 2008
The government has released the results of the year’s fall harvest campaign in Mongolia. 

According to the Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Light Industry, about 205,821 tons of cereals, 142,124 tons of potatoes and 80,627 tons of vegetables were harvested this year. 

Also, Mongolian farmers brought in 1008.8 thousand tons of hay, 25.9 thousand tons of hand-made fodder and 950.2 tons of silage crops.  

Compared with the same period in 2007, the harvest of cereals, potatoes, hay and silage crops increased 85.3 thousand tons or 74.4 percent, 18.5 thousand tons or 16.2 percent, 116.0 thousand tons or 13.0 percent, and 796.1 tons or 6.2 times more, respectively. 
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