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Welcome to Tallage / Stratégie grains
Tallage is an agro-economic research and analysis bureau and consultancy founded in January 1993 specializing in European and world grain and oilseed markets.

Our main areas of expertise are: Our activities include the publication of Stratégie grains (monthly report and online service - the reference for analysis of grain markets in Europe), targeted economic studies, additional analysis to complement Stratégie grains for clients, and specialized training for businesses around agricultural and commodity markets.

Please follow this link to sign up for a free trial aimed at helping you discover the range of services offered by Stratégie grains. Tallage is not involved in any trading or grain production.

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Latest updates

24/05/2017 15:18 Sunseed: world trade expected to drop in 2017/18
Marketing year 2017/18The world sunseed trade could weaken by 0.5 Mt from 2016/17, to 2.1...More info
24/05/2017 15:18 Sunseed: EU imports and exports expected down in 2017/18
Marketing year 2017/18Imports from third countries:Imports are forecast down by 0.3...More info
24/05/2017 14:46 Sunseed: upward adjustment in world trade in 2016/17
Crop year 2016/17World trade has been revised up by 130 ktsince last month, to 2.57...More info
24/05/2017 14:46 Sunseed: EU trade with third countries update in 2016/17
Crop year 2016/17Imports from third countries:Our import forecasts have not changed since last...More info
24/05/2017 12:07 Soymeal: world trade revised down in 2016/17 and 2017/18
Marketing year 2016/17We have integrated February customs statistics for India, March statistics for the...More info
24/05/2017 12:07 Soymeal: EU imports revised down in 2016/17 and 2017/18
Marketing year 2016/17We have integrated March customs statistics for all EU countries....More info
24/05/2017 11:46 Sunseed: forecast of intra-EU trade updated in 2017/18
Marketing year 2017/18Intra-EU trade is set to climb by 40 kt over 2016/17, to 2.9 Mt....More info