South Africa relies on maize (corn) and wheat to feed its people. It produces enough maize to export a surplus, but wheat has to be imported to supply its highly concentrated milling industry. Oilseeds production is rising to satisfy a growing crushing industry, while increased poultry production absorbs the meal.
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