Shah Fahad

University of Swabi

Dr. Shah Fahad is currently working as Assistant professor in Agriculture department, the University of Swabi, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pakistan. He studied in Pakistan at Agricultural University Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Quiad-I-Azam University Islamabad where he successfully completed two degrees: a BSC (HONS) in Agronomy and Mphil. In Plant Physiology. As a scholar he continued for another degree, in graduate studies at Huazhong Agricultural University Wuhan, China pursuing Ph.D. in Agronomy which was achieved with honors in 2015. Mr. Shah Fahad did his Post Doctorate at Huazhong Agricultural University in 2017. He is a contributor to many international journals with focuses on global warming and their influences on rice crop attributes in his articles. He is a member of the Editorial Board and a Critic of ten international journals.

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Global wheat consumption in the 2016/2017 season is forecasted to reach a record high 736m tonnes, showing a growth of 25% in the last 15 years. This raises the question which outlets the wheat is going into, what the growth of these outlets is, which regions or countries have grown the most, and where do we see future potential. Strong competition of other feed grains like corn is expected to slow the growth of wheat used for feed in the next years, and in the future, companies involved in the grain supply chain and feeding industry will need to be flexible enough to continue to meet this fast-changing demand for feed grains. For feed producers, this means they need to be able to access supplies of different grains from different origins to allow for the cheapest composition of their feed, while grain suppliers need to be able to continuously best engage with global trading opportunities to originate grains in various regions and move them to demand regions as cost-effectively as possible.

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