UNITED STATES

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS SERVICE

AGRICULTURAL
STATISTICS
2011

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WASHINGTON: 2011
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Agricultural Statistics 2011
Agricultural Statistics, 2011 was prepared under the direction of Rich Holcomb, Agricultural Statistics Board, National Agricultural Statistics Service. Phoebe Hilliard, Antwan Coley (ret.), Carolyne
Foster, Sherrie Pendarvis, Tanya Ray, Patricia Duncan, and Priscilla Simms were responsible for coordination and technical editorial work.
The USDA and NASS invite you to explore their information on the Internet. The USDA Home
Page address is http://www.usda.gov/ and the NASS Home Page address is:
http://www.usda.gov/nass/.
For information on NASS products you may call the Agricultural Statistics Hotline,
1–800–727–9540 or send e-mail to nass@nass.usda.gov.
The cooperation of the many contributors to this publication is gratefully acknowledged. Source notes
below each table credit the various Government agencies which collaborated in furnishing information.
CONTENTS

Introduction ................................................................................
Weights, measures, and conversion factors ......................
I—Grain and feed:
Total grain supply ......................................................
Food grains:
Wheat .....................................................................
Rye .........................................................................
Rice ........................................................................
Feed grains:
Corn .......................................................................
Oats ........................................................................
Barley .....................................................................
Sorghum .................................................................
Grain consumption ....................................................
Animal units fed ........................................................
Feedstuffs ...................................................................

Page
iii
iv
I-1
I-1
I-11
I-14
I-21
I-28
I-32
I-36
I-43
I-44
I-45

II—Cotton, tobacco, sugar crops, and honey:
Cotton ......................................................................... II-1
Sugarbeets ..................................................................II-13
Sugarcane ...................................................................II-14
Sugar ..........................................................................II-15
Honey .........................................................................II-18
Tobacco ......................................................................II-20
III—Oilseeds, fats, and oils:
Cottonseed ................................................................. III-1
Flaxseed ..................................................................... III-5
Peanuts ....................................................................... III-9
Soybeans ....................................................................III-14
Sunflower ................................................................... III-7
Peppermint and spearmint .........................................III-26
Olive oil .....................................................................III-27
Margarine ...................................................................III-27
Shortening ..................................................................III-28
Fats and oils ...............................................................III-29
IV—Vegetables and melons:
Vegetables and melons .............................................. IV-1
Vegetable shipments ..................................................IV-34
Vegetable utilization ..................................................IV-35
Frozen vegetables and potato products .....................IV-39
V—Fruits, tree nuts, and horticultural specialties:
Fruits .......................................................................... V-1
Tree nuts ....................................................................V-36
Cocoa beans, coffee, and tea ....................................V-42
Mushrooms ................................................................V-44
Flowers .......................................................................V-45
VI—Hay, seeds, and minor field crops:
Hay ............................................................................. VI-1
Seeds .......................................................................... VI-9
Beans, dry edible .......................................................VI-10
Peas, dry .....................................................................VI-14
Hops ...........................................................................VI-15

Page
VII—Cattle, hogs, and sheep:
Cattle and calves ........................................................VII-1
Hogs ...........................................................................
VII-14
Sheep and lambs ........................................................
VII-22
Wool ...........................................................................
VII-30
Goats and mohair ......................................................
VII-35
Meats ..........................................................................
VII-40
Hides ..........................................................................
VII-50
Livestock numbers .....................................................
VII-54
VIII—Dairy and poultry statistics:
Cows, milk .................................................................
VIII-1
Dairy products ...........................................................
VIII-10
Chickens .....................................................................
VIII-24
Turkeys ......................................................................
VIII-33
Eggs ...........................................................................
VIII-35
Cold storage ...............................................................
VIII-38
IX—Farm resources, income, and expenses:
Economic trends ........................................................ IX-1
Farm property ............................................................ IX-2
Farm labor ..................................................................IX-16
Farm production and distribution ..............................IX-19
Prices and income ......................................................IX-30
Costs and expenses ....................................................IX-34
X—Taxes, insurance, credit, and cooperatives:
Taxes and insurance .................................................. X-1
Credit and loan programs ..........................................X-11
Farmers’ cooperatives ................................................X-13
Rural utilities .............................................................X-16
XI—Stabilization and price-support programs:
Price support .............................................................. XI-1
Payments to producers .............................................. XI-9
Marketing agreements and orders .............................XI-14
XII—Agricultural conservation and forestry statistics:
Conservation Reserve Programs ...............................XII-1
Soil conservation programs .......................................
XII-18
Forestry ......................................................................
XII-19
XIII—Consumption and family living:
Population ..................................................................
XIII-1
Food consumption and nutrition ...............................
XIII-2
Prices at retail levels .................................................
XIII-10
XIV—Fertilizers and pesticides:
Field crops .................................................................
XIV-1
Fruits ..........................................................................
XIV-20
XIV-21
Vegetables ..................................................................
XV—Miscellaneous agricultural statistics:
Agricultural imports and exports ..............................XV-1
Fishery statistics ........................................................
XV-14
Refrigeration statistics ...............................................
XV-29
Alaska statistics .........................................................
XV-31
Crop rankings ............................................................
XV-32
Crop progress .............................................................
XV-33
Appendix I:
Telephone contact list ........................................................
Appendix-1
Index ..........................................................................................
Index-1

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Introduction
Agricultural Statistics is published each year to meet the diverse need for a reliable reference book
on agricultural production, supplies, consumption, facilities, costs, and returns. Its tables of annual
data cover a wide variety of facts in forms suited to most common use.
Inquiries concerning more current or more detailed data, past and prospective revisions, or the statistical methodology used should be addressed directly to the agency credited with preparing the
table. Most of the data were prepared or compiled in the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
The historical series in this volume have been generally limited to data beginning with 2001 or
later.
Foreign agricultural trade statistics include Government as well as non-Government shipments of
merchandise from the United States and Territories to foreign countries. They do not include U.S.
shipments to the U.S. Armed Forces abroad for their own use or shipments between the States and
U.S. Territories. The world summaries of production and trade of major farm products are prepared
by the U.S. Department of Agriculture from reports of the U.S. Department of Commerce, official
statistics of foreign governments, other foreign source materials, reports of U.S. Agricultural Attache
and Foreign Service Officers, and the result of office research.
Statistics presented in many of the tables represent actual counts of the items covered. Most of
the statistics relating to foreign trade and to Government programs, such as numbers and amounts
of loans made to farmers, and amounts of loans made by the Commodity Credit Corporation, etc.,
are data of this type. A large number of other tables, however, contain data that are estimates made
by the Department of Agriculture.
The estimates for crops, livestock, and poultry made by the U.S. Department of Agriculture are
prepared mainly to give timely current State and national totals and averages. They are based on
data obtained by sample surveys of farmers and of people who do business with farmers. The survey
data are supplemented by information from the Censuses of Agriculture taken every five years and
check data from various sources. Being estimates, they are subject to revision as more data become
available from commercial or Government sources. Unless otherwise indicated, the totals for the
United States shown in the various tables on area, production, numbers, price, value, supplies, and
disposition are based on official Department estimates. They exclude States for which no official estimates are compiled.
DEFINITIONS
‘‘Value of production’’ as applied to crops in the various tables, is derived by multiplying production by the estimated season average price received by farmers for that portion of the commodity
actually sold. In the case of fruits and vegetables, quantities not harvested because of low prices
or other economic factors are not included in value of production. The word ‘‘Value’’ is used in
the inventory tables on livestock and poultry to mean value of the number of head on the inventory
date. It is derived by multiplying the number of head by an estimated value per head as of the date.
The word ‘‘Year’’ (alone) in a column heading means calendar year unless otherwise indicated.
‘‘Ton’’ when used in this book without qualifications means a short ton of 2,000 pounds.

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AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011
WEIGHTS, MEASURES, AND CONVERSION FACTORS

The following table on weights, measures, and conversion factors covers the most important agricultural products, or the products for which such information is most frequently asked of the U.S.
Department of Agriculture. It does not cover all farm products nor all containers for any one product.
The information has been assembled from State schedules of legal weights, various sources within
the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and other Government agencies. For most products, particularly
fruits and vegetables, there is a considerable variation in weight per unit of volume due to differences
in variety or size of commodity, condition and tightness of pack, degree to which the container is
heaped, etc. Effort has been made to select the most representative and fairest average for each product. For those commodities which develop considerable shrinkage, the point of origin weight or
weight at harvest has been used.
The approximate or average weights as given in this table do not necessarily have official standing
as a basis for packing or as grounds for settling disputes. Not all of them are recognized as legal
weight. The table was prepared chiefly for use of workers in the U.S. Department of Agriculture
who have need of conversion factors in statistical computations.

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WEIGHTS, MEASURES, AND CONVERSION FACTORS
(See explanatory text just preceding this table)
WEIGHTS AND MEASURES
Commodity

Alfalfa seed .......
Apples ...............
Do ..............
Do ..............
Do ..............
Apricots .............
Western .........
Artichokes:
Globe .............
Jerusalem ......
Asparagus .........
Avocados ..........
Bananas ............
Barley ................
Beans:
Lima, dry .......
Other, dry ......
Lima
unshelled
Snap ..............
Beets:
Topped ..........
Bunched ........
Berries frozen
pack:
Without sugar
3 + 1 pack .....
2 + 1 pack .....
Blackberries ......
Bluegrass seed
Broccoli .............
Broomcorn (6
bales per ton)
Broomcorn seed
Brussels sprouts
Buckwheat ........
Butter ................
Cabbage ...........
Do ..............
Do ..............
Cantaloups ........
Carrots ..............

Without tops ..
Castor beans ....
Castor oil ..........
Cauliflower ........
Do ..............

Approximate net
weight

Unit1

Bushel ..............
.....do ................
Loose pack ......
Tray pack .........
Cell pack ..........
Lug (brentwood) 2 .........
4–basket crate 3

Approximate net
weight

U.S.

Metric

U.S.

Metric

Kilograms
27.2
21.8
17.2–19.1
18.1–20.4
16.8–18.6

Pounds
60

Kilograms
27.2

24
26

10.9
11.8

16
20
60
132.3

7.3
9.1
27.2
60

10 70

56
50
7 7.7
11.72

31.8
25.4
22.7
3.5
5.3

20–25
50
30
12–15

9.1–11.3
22.7
13.6
5.4–6.8

40
48

18.1
21.8

.....do ................
.....do ................
Sack .................

56
60
100

25.4
27.2
45.4

Bushel ..............
.....do ................

28–32
28–32

12.7–14.5
12.7–14.5

Sack .................
1⁄2 crate 2 dzbchs ..............

25

11.3

36–40

16.3–18.1

380
425
450

172
193
204

6
14–30

2.7
6.4–13.6

20–25

9.1–11.3

333
44–50
25
48
55,68
50

151
20.0–22.7
11.3
21.8
25,30.9
22.7

50–60
53
40

22.7–27.2
24.0
18.1

Bale ..................
Bushel ..............
Ctn, loose pack
Bushel ..............
Block ................
Open mesh bag
Flat crate (13⁄4
bu) ................
Ctn, place pack
Crate 6 ..............
Film plastic
Bags, mesh
sacks & cartons holding
48 1 lb. film
bags .............
Burlap sack ......
Bushel ..............
Gallon ..............
W.G.A. crate ....
Fiberboard box
wrapper
leaves removed filmwrapped, 2
layers ............

Unit1

Pounds
60
48
38–42
40–45
37–41

Ctn, by count
and loose
pack ..............
Bushel ..............
Crate (NJ) ........
Lug 4 .................
Fiber folding
box 5 .............
Bushel ..............

50–gal. barrel ...
.....do ................
.....do ................
12, 1⁄2-pint basket ................
Bushel ..............
Wirebound
crate .............

Commodity

55
74–80
41
78
50–60

24.9
33.6–36.3
18.6
3.6
22.7–27.2

23–35

10.4–15.9

Celery ...............
Cherries ............
Do ..............
Clover seed ......
Coffee ...............
Corn:
Ear, husked ...
Shelled ..........
Meal ..............
Oil ..................
Syrup .............
Sweet ............
Do ..............
Do ..............

Cotton ...............
Do ..............
Cottonseed .......
Cottonseed oil ...
Cowpeas ...........
Cranberries .......
Do ..............
Cream, 40–percent butterfat
Cucumbers .......
Dewberries ........
Eggplant ............
Eggs, average
size ................
Escarole ............
Figs, fresh .........
Flaxseed ...........
Flour, various ....
Do ..............
Garlic ................

Grapefruit:
Florida and
Texas .........
Florida ...........
Texas ............
California and
Arizona ......
Grapes:
Eastern ..........
Western .........
Do ..............
Hempseed ........
Hickory nuts ......
Honey ...............
Honeydew melons ................
Hops .................

Crate 8 ..............
Lug (Campbell) 9 ............
Lug ...................
Bushel ..............
Bag ..................
Bushel ..............
......do ...............
......do ...............
Gallon ..............
.....do ................
Wirebound
crate .............
Ctn, packed 5
oz. ears ........
WDB crate,
41⁄2–5 oz.
(from FL &
NJ) ................
Bale, gross .......
Bale, net ..........
Bushel ..............
Gallon ..............
Bushel ..............
Barrel ...............
1⁄4–bbl. box 13 ...

50

22.7

50

22.7

42

60
100
25

19.1
227
218
14.5
3.5
27.2
45.4
11.3

Gallon ..............
Bushel ..............
24–qt. crate ......
Bushel ..............

8.38
48
36
33

3.80
21.8
16.3
15.0

Case, 30 dozen
Bushel ..............
Box single
layer 14 ..........
Bushel ..............
Bag ..................
Ctn or Crate,
Bulk ..............
Ctn of 12 tubes
or 12 film bag
pkgs 12
cloves each ..

47.0
25

21.3
11.3

6
56
100

2.7
25.4
45.4

30

13.6

10

4.5

⁄ –box mesh
bag ...............
13⁄5 bu. box ......
12⁄5 bu. box ......

40
85
80

18.1
38.6
36.3

Box 15 ...............

16 67

30.4

12–qt. basket ...
Lug ...................
4–basket
crate 17 .........
Bushel ..............
.....do ................
Gallon ..............

20
28

9.1
12.7

20
44
50
11.84

9.1
20.0
22.7
5.4

⁄ Ctn
Bale, gross .......

28–32
200

12.7–14.5
90.7

11 500
11 480
12 32
7 7.7

12

23

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AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011
WEIGHTS AND MEASURES—Continued
Commodity

Horseradish
roots ..............
Do ..............
Hungarian millet
seed ..............
Kale ..................
Kapok seed ......
Lard ..................
Lemons:
California and
Arizona ......
Do ..............
Lentils ...............
Lettuce, iceberg
Lettuce, hothouse ............
Limes (Florida)
Linseed oil ........
Malt ...................
Maple syrup ......
Meadow fescue
seed ..............
Milk ...................
Millet .................
Molasses:
edible ............
inedible .........
Mustard seed ...
Oats ..................
Olives ...............
Olive oil ............
Onions, dry .......
Onions, green
bunched ........
Oranges:
Florida ...........
Texas ............
California and
Arizona ......
Do ..............
Orchardgrass
seed ..............
Palm oil ............
Parsnips ...........
Peaches ...........
Do ..............
Do ..............
Peanut oil .........
Peanuts,
unshelled:
Virginia type ..
Runners,
South-eastern .............
Spanish:
Southeastern ...
Southwestern ..
Pears:
California .......
Other .............

Approximate net
weight

Unit 1

Commodity

Unit 1

Approximate net
weight

U.S.

Metric

U.S.

Metric

Pounds

Kilograms

Pounds
45–48

Kilograms
20.4–21.8

36–37

16.3–16.7

Bushel ..............
......do ...............
......do ...............
11⁄2 bu carton ...
Bushel ..............
Carton ..............

28–30
60
25–30
28
37–40
40

12.7–13.6
27.2
11.3–13.6
12.7
16.8–18.1
18.1

Ctn & lugs ........
1⁄2-bu. basket ...

28
30

12.7
13.6

Bushel ..............
......do ...............
......do ...............
Bushel ..............
Barrel ................
Box ...................
......do ...............
Bushel ..............
......do ...............
1⁄2-pint baskets
Bushel ..............
Gallon ...............

10 70

56
46
60
165
50
100
48
50–60
6
50–60
11.45

31.8
25.4
20.9
27.2
74.8
22.7
45.4
21.8
22.7–27.2
2.7
22.7–27.2
5.2

Bushel ..............
Sack .................

35
50

15.9
22.7

Bushel ..............
Ctn or crate ......
......do ...............
Tierce ...............

48–50
25
35–40
375

21.8–22.7
11.3
15.9–18.1
170

Box 18 ...............
Carton ..............
Bushel ..............
Iceberg, carton
packed 24 .....

76
38
60

34.5
17.2
27.2

43–52

19.5–23.6

24-qt. basket ....
Box ...................
Gallon ...............
Bushel ..............
Gallon ...............

10
88
7 7.7
34
11.02

4.5
39.9
3.5
15.4
5.0

Bushel ..............
Gallon ...............
Bushel ..............

24
8.6
48–60

10.9
3.9
21.8–27.2

Gallon ...............
......do ...............
Bushel ..............
......do ...............
Lug ...................
Gallon ...............
Sack .................

11.74
11.74
58–60
32
25–30
7 7.6
50

5.3
5.3
26.3–27.2
14.5
11.3–13.6
3.4
22.7

Ctn, 24-dz bchs

10–16

4.5–7.3

Box ...................
Box ...................

90
85

40.8
38.5

Box 15 ...............
Carton ..............

75
38

34.0
17.2

Bushel ..............
Gallon ...............
Bushel ..............
......do ...............
2 layer ctn or
lug .................
3⁄4-Bu, Ctn/crate
Gallon ...............

14
7 7.7
50
48

6.4
3.5
22.7
21.8

7 7.7

22
38

10.0
17.2
3.5

Bushel ..............

17

7.7

......do ...............

21

9.5

......do ...............

25

11.3

......do ...............

25

11.3

Bushel ..............
......do ...............

48
50

21.8
22.7

Do ..............
Do ..............
Peas:
Green,
unshelled ...
Dry ................
Peppers, green
Do ..............
Perilla seed ......
Pineapples ........
Plums and
prunes:
Do ..............
Popcorn:
On ear ...........
Shelled ..........
Poppy seed ......
Potatoes ...........
Do ..............
Do ..............
Do ..............
Quinces ............
Rapeseed .........
Raspberries ......
Redtop seed .....
Refiners’ syrup
Rice:
Rough ...........
Do ..............
Do ..............
Milled ............
Rosin ................
Rutabagas ........
Rye ...................
Sesame seed ...
Shallots .............
Sorgo:
Seed .............
Syrup ............
Sorghum
grain 19
Soybeans .........
Soybean oil ......
Spelt .................
Spinach ............
Strawberries .....
Do ..............
Sudangrass
seed ..............
Sugarcane:
Syrup
(sulfured or
un-sulfured)
Sunflower seed
Sweetpotatoes ..
Do ..............
Tangerines:
Florida ...........
Arizona ..........
California .......

Std box, 4/5 bu
Ctn, Tight-fill
pack ..............

Bushel ..............
Bag ...................
Barrel ................
Pocket or bag ...
Drum, net .........
Bushel ..............
......do ...............
......do ...............
Crate (4–7 doz.
bunches) .......

45
100
162
100
520
56
56
46

20.4
45.4
73.5
45.4
236
25.4
25.4
20.9

20–35

9.1–15.9

Bushel ..............
Gallon ...............

50
11.55

22.7
5.2

56
60

Bushel ..............
......do ...............
Gallon ...............
Bushel ..............
......do ...............
24-qt. crate .......
12-pt. crate .......

40
18–20
36
9–11

25.4
27.2
3.5
18.1
8.2–9.1
16.3
4.1–5.0

Bushel ..............

40

18.1

Gallon ...............
Bushel ..............
......do ...............
Crate ................

11.45
24–32
20 55
50

5.2
10.9–14.5
24.9
22.7

Box ...................
Box ...................
Box ...................

95
75
75

43.1
34.0
34.0

7 7.7

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WEIGHTS AND MEASURES—Continued
Commodity

Timothy seed ....
Tobacco:
Maryland .......
Flue-cured .....
Burley ............
Dark air-cured
Virginia firecured
Kentucky and
Tennessee
fire-cured
Cigar-leaf ......
Do ..............
Tomatoes .........
Do ..............
Do ..............
Tomatoes, hothouse
Tung oil ............

Approximate net
weight

Unit 1

Commodity

Unit 1

Approximate net
weight

U.S.

Metric

U.S.

Metric

Bushel ..............

Pounds
45

Kilograms
20.4

Pounds

Kilograms

Hogshead .........
.....do ................
.....do ................
.....do ................

775
950
975
1,150

352
431
442
522

.....do ................

1,350

612

.....do ................
Case .................
Bale ..................
Crate ................
Lug box ............
2-layer flat ........

1,500
250–365
150–175
60
32
21

680
113–166
68.0–79.4
27.2
14.5
9.5

12-qt. basket ....
Gallon ...............

7 7.8

20

9.1
3.5

Turnips:
Without tops ..
Bunched ........
Turpentine ........
Velvetbeans
(hulled)
Vetch seed .......
Walnuts ............
Water 60° F ......
Watermelons ....
Wheat ...............
Various commodities ........
Do ..............
Do ..............

Mesh sack ........
Crate 6 ..............
Gallon ...............

50
70–80
7.23

22.7
31.8–36.3
3.3

Bushel ..............
.....do ................
Sacks ...............
Gallon ...............
Melons of average or medium size ......
Bushel ..............

60
60
50
8.33

27.2
27.2
22.7
3.8

25
60

11.3
27.2

Short ton ..........
Long ton ...........
Metric ton .........

2,000
2,240
2,204.6

907
1,016
1,000

See footnotes on page ix.

To Convert From Avoirdupois Pounds
To

Multiply by

Kilograms ....................................................................................0.45359237
Metric tons ..................................................................................0.00045359237

Conversion Factors
1
1
1
1
1
1

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CONVERSION FACTORS
Commodity

Unit

Approximate equivalent

Apples .......................................................
Do .....................................................
Do .....................................................
Applesauce ...............................................
Apricots .....................................................
Barley flour ................................................
Beans, lima ...............................................
Beans, snap or wax ..................................
Buckwheat flour ........................................
Calves .......................................................
Cattle .........................................................
Cane syrup ...............................................
Cherries, tart .............................................
Chickens ...................................................
Corn, shelled .............................................
Corn, sweet ...............................................
Cornmeal:
Degermed ..............................................
Nondegermed ........................................
Cotton .......................................................
Cottonseed meal .......................................
Cottonseed oil ...........................................
Dairy products:
Butter .....................................................
Cheese ..................................................
Condensed milk, whole .........................
Dry cream ..............................................
Dry milk, whole ......................................
Evaporated milk, whole .........................
Malted milk ............................................
Nonfat dry milk ......................................
Ice cream 24 ...........................................
Ice cream 24 (eliminating fat from butter
and concentrated milk).
Eggs ..........................................................
Eggs, shell ................................................
Do .....................................................
Figs ...........................................................

1 pound dried ......................
1 pound chops .....................
1 case canned 21 .................
......do 21 ...............................
1 pound dried ......................
100 pounds ..........................
1 pound shelled ...................
1 case canned 22 .................
100 pounds ..........................
1 pound live weight .............
......do ...................................
1 gallon ................................
1 case canned 21 .................
1 pound live weight .............
1 bushel (56 lbs.) .................
1 case canned 22 .................

7 pounds fresh; beginning 1943, 8 pounds fresh
5 pounds fresh
1.4 bushels fresh
1.2 bushels fresh
6 pounds fresh
4.59 bushels barley
2 pounds unshelled
0.008 ton fresh
3.47 bushels buckwheat
0.611 pound dressed weight (1999 average)
0.607 pound dressed weight (1999 average)
5 pounds sugar
0.023 ton fresh
0.72 pound ready-to-cook weight
2 bushels (70 pounds) of husked ear corn
0.030 ton fresh

100 pounds ..........................
......do ...................................
1 pound ginned ....................
1 pound ................................
......do ...................................

3.16 bushels corn, beginning 1946
2 bushels corn, beginning 1946
3.26 pounds seed cotton, including trash 23
2.10 pounds cottonseed
5.88 pounds cottonseed

......do ...................................
......do ...................................
......do ...................................
......do ...................................
......do ...................................
......do ...................................
......do ...................................
......do ...................................
1 gallon ................................
......do ...................................

21.1 pounds milk
10 pounds milk
2.3 pounds milk
19 pounds milk
7.6 pounds milk
2.14 pounds milk
2.6 pounds milk
11 pounds liquid skim milk
15 pounds milk
12 pounds milk

1 case ..................................
......do ...................................
......do ...................................
1 pound dried ......................

47 pounds
41.2 pounds frozen or liquid whole eggs
10.3 pounds dried whole eggs
3 pounds fresh in California; 4 pounds fresh
elsewhere
About 21⁄2 gallons oil
0.64 box fresh fruit
0.737 pound dressed weight, excluding lard
(1999 average)
1.51 pounds flaxseed
2.77 pounds flaxseed
1 bushel barley (48 lbs.)
8 pounds maple sugar

Flaxseed ...................................................
Grapefruit, Florida .....................................
Hogs ..........................................................

1 bushel ...............................
1 case canned juice 22 .........
1 pound live weight .............

Linseed meal ............................................
Linseed oil .................................................
Malt ...........................................................
Maple syrup ..............................................
Nuts:
Almonds, imported ................................
Almonds, California ...............................

1 pound ................................
......do ...................................
1 bushel (34 lbs.) .................
1 gallon ................................

Brazil .....................................................
Cashews ................................................
Chestnuts ..............................................
Filberts ...................................................

1 pound shelled ...................
......do ...................................
......do
......do
......do
......do

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

......do
......do
......do
......do

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

Pecans:
Seedling ................................................
Improved ...............................................
Pignolias ...................................................
Pistachios ..................................................
Walnuts:
Black ......................................................
Persian (English) ...................................
Oatmeal ....................................................
Oranges, Florida .......................................
Peaches, California, freestone .................

......do ...................................
......do ...................................
100 pounds ..........................
1 case canned juice 22 .........
1 pound dried ......................

Peaches, California, clingstone ................
Peaches, clingstone ..................................
Do .....................................................
Peanuts .....................................................
Pears .........................................................
Pears, Bartlett ...........................................
Do .....................................................

......do ...................................
1 case canned 21 .................
......do ...................................
1 pound shelled ...................
1 pound dried ......................
1 case canned 22 .................
......do ...................................

31⁄2 pounds unshelled
2.22 pounds unshelled through 1949; 2 pounds
thereafter
2 pounds unshelled
4.55 pounds unshelled
1.19 pounds unshelled
2.22 pounds unshelled through 1949; 2.5 pounds
thereafter
2.78 pounds unshelled
2.50 pounds unshelled
1.3 pounds unshelled
2 pounds unshelled
5.88 pounds unshelled
2.67 pounds unshelled
7.6 bushels oats, beginning 1943
0.53 box fresh
51⁄3 pounds fresh through 1918; 6 pounds fresh
for 1919–28; and 61⁄2 pounds fresh from 1929
to date
1
7 ⁄2 pounds fresh
1 bushel fresh
0.0230 ton fresh
11⁄2 pounds unshelled
61⁄2 pounds fresh
1.1 bushels fresh
0.026 ton fresh

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CONVERSION FACTORS—Continued
Commodity

Unit

Approximate equivalent

Peas, green ..............................................
Do .....................................................
Prunes .......................................................

1 pound shelled ...................
1 case canned 22 .................
1 pound dried ......................

Raisins ......................................................
Rice, milled (excluding brewers) ..............
Rye flour ...................................................
Sheep and lambs ......................................
Soybean meal ...........................................
Soybean oil ...............................................
Sugar ........................................................
Tobacco ....................................................

1 pound ................................
100 pounds ..........................
......do ...................................
1 pound live weight .............
1 pound ................................
......do ...................................
1 ton raw ..............................
1 pound farm-sales weight ..

Tomatoes ..................................................
Turkeys .....................................................
Wheat flour ...............................................
Wool, domestic apparel shorn ..................
Wool, domestic apparel pulled .................

1 case canned 22 .................
1 pound live weight .............
100 pounds ..........................
1 pound greasy ....................
......do ...................................

21⁄2 pounds unshelled
0.009 ton fresh (shelled)
2.7 pounds fresh in California; 3 to 4 pounds
fresh elsewhere
4.3 pounds fresh grapes
152 pounds rough or unhulled rice
2.23 bushels rye, beginning 1947
0.504 pound dressed weight (1999 average)
1.27 pounds soybeans
5.49 pounds soybeans
0.9346 ton refined
Various weights of stemmed and unstemmed,
according to aging and the type of tobacco
(See circular 435, U.S. Dept. of Agr.)
0.018 ton fresh
0.80 pound ready-to-cook weight
2.30 bushels wheat 25
0.48 pounds scoured
0.73 pound scoured

1 Standard bushel used in the United States contains 2,150.42 cubic inches; the gallon, 231 cubic inches; the cranberry
barrel, 5,826 cubic inches; and the standard fruit and vegetable barrel, 7,056 cubic inches. Such large-sized products as
apples and potatoes sometimes are sold on the basis of a heaped bushel, which would exceed somewhat the 2,150.42
cubic inches of a bushel basket level full. This also applies to such products as sweetpotatoes, peaches, green beans,
green peas, spinach, etc.
2 Approximate inside dimensions, 45⁄8 by 121⁄2 by 161⁄8 inches.
3 Approximate inside dimensions, 41⁄2 by 16 by 161⁄8 inches.
4 Approximate dimensions, 41⁄2 by 131⁄2 by 161⁄8 inches.
5 Approximate inside dimensions, 13 by 12 by 32 inches.
6 Approximate inside dimensions, 13 by 18 by 215⁄8 inches.
7 This is the weight commonly used in trade practices, the actual weight varying according to temperature conditions.
8 Approximate inside dimensions, 93⁄4 by 16 by 20 inches.
9 Approximate inside dimensions, 41⁄8 by 111⁄2 by 14 inches.
10 The standard weight of 70 pounds is usually recognized as being about 2 measured bushels of corn, husked, on the
ear, because it required 70 pounds to yield 1 bushel, or 56 pounds, of shelled corn.
11 For statistical purposes the bale of cotton is 500 pounds or 480 pounds net weight. Prior to Aug. 1, 1946, the net
weight was estimated at 478 pounds. Actual bale weights vary considerably, and the customary average weights of bales
of foreign cotton differ from that of the American square bale.
12 This is the average weight of cottonseed, although the legal weight in some States varies from this figure of 32 pounds.
13 Approximate inside dimensions, 91⁄4 by 101⁄2 by 15 inches.
14 Approximate inside dimensions, 13⁄4 by 11 by 161⁄8 inches.
15 Approximate inside dimensions, 111⁄2 by 111⁄2 by 24 inches.
16 Beginning with the 1993-94 season, net weights for California Desert Valley and Arizona grapefruit were increased from
64 to 67 pounds, equal to the California other area net weight, making a 67 pound net weight apply to all of California.
17 Approximate inside dimensions, 43⁄4 by 16 by 161⁄8 inches.
18 Approximate inside dimensions, 97⁄8 by 13 by 25 inches.6 by 16 by 161⁄8 inches.
19 Includes both sorghum grain (kafir, milo, hegari, etc.) and sweet sorghum varieties.
20 This average of 55 pounds indicates the usual weight of sweetpotatoes when harvested. Much weight is lost in curing
or drying and the net weight when sold in terminal markets may be below 55 pounds.
21 Case of 24 No. 21⁄2 cans.
22 Case of 24 No. 303 cans.
23 Varies widely by method of harvesting.
24 The milk equivalent of ice cream per gallon is 15 pounds. Reports from plants indicate about 81 percent of the butterfat
in ice cream is from milk and cream, the remainder being from butter and concentrated milk. Thus the milk equivalent of
the milk and cream in a gallon of ice cream is about 12 pounds.
25 This is equivalent to 4.51 bushels of wheat per barrel (196 pounds) of flour and has been used in conversions, beginning July 1, 1957. Because of changes in milling processes, the following factors per barrel of flour have been used for
earlier periods: 1790–1879, 5 bushels; 1880–1908, 4.75 bushels, 1909–17, 4.7 bushels; 1918 and 1919, 4.5 bushels; 1920,
4.6 bushels; 1921–44, 4.7 bushels; July 1944–Feb. 1946, 4.57 bushels; March 1946–Oct. 1946, average was about 4.31
bushels; and Nov. 1946–June 1957, 4.57 bushels.

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4 334.432 60. ......824 53....3 384.. World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates........2 6.2 35...9 419...916 Marketing year average price per bushel received by farmers 2 Dollars 2.694..5 41..0 275....7 49..2 44.9 395. 2011. and rice...9 434.289.3 Million metric tons 366. 2005 ...5 351......1 314.. rice. production.... 3 Preliminary..9 75..3 65...48 6..878 2... 2011 4 ..1 327..1 385...7 7.....7 479........... 2004 ....6 5.. oats..981 7..460 63..... 2 Includes allowance for loans outstanding and purchases by the Government valued at the average loan and purchase rate........... 2003 . Crops Branch.CHAPTER I STATISTICS OF GRAIN AND FEED This chapter contains tables for wheat..... yield.. barley..4 413..790 2....5 4.3 440.8 280...7 371. barley.4 45.... and rye..... and feedstuffs.........7 412..8 54..412...9 335...78 3..8 364.969 50..... 2008 ..416 2..218....8 Disappearance Imports Total Million metric tons 4..—Wheat: Area..2 6.3 1 Aggregate data on corn...42 4. (202) 694–5296...000 dollars 5. . .156.168 53. production.. wheat.0 44..808.. 2002–2011 1 Supply Year 2 2002 ....000 acres 48..3 411....3 442..9 4.......2 44.000 acres 59....0 38. Harvested 1. Table 1-1...... and for rice..932 7....3 408....2 5.6 78..654........499..800 50.0 91.87 5.141 59....40 3..9 390...0 105.........699 49...947....... 2007 .. sorghum.—Total grain: Supply and disappearance...063 49... 2009 .115 12....40 3..625.2 358..... foreign production and trade.78 4..6 40. Totals may not add due to independent rounding.3 Million metric tons 72.. value of production.. disposition..7 51. and feed consumed by livestock and poultry..2 326....7 71.. ..209...0 345...AG8 USDA .277..000 bushels 1.... rye... 2 The marketing year for corn and sorghum begins September 1.7 49... where applicable...088 2......759 10..734 13. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00001 Fmt 1001 Sfmt 1001 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-01.5 Million metric tons 294..9 461.4 74.3 65...166 7...214 57.9 75.... Market and Trade Economics Division. United States......9 5.6 Domestic use Exports Million metric tons 248..051...6 470. sorghum grain... Beginning stocks Production Million metric tons 67....7 71.8 400. ..344.5 468.9 Total disappearance Million metric tons 321...193 59..104 46..6 394.7 262........... ERS.9 44.3 Production 1...5 46....2 43.644 57..7 51...8 400.7 307... by States.103..2 42.473 45... wheat..70 Value of production 2 1.56 3. NASS.. 2006 ..... for oats. 4 Projected as of September 12.334 60..593 1.893 47. barley..... .....637.9 404..416 7.156 1 Includes area seeded in preceding fall for winter wheat..318 62.927....619 Yield per harvested acre Bushels 40.2 83... and value.26 6.061 2.. 2001–2010 Area Year Planted 1 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 .8 81.415 2.992..999 55.... supply and disappearance...6 78.... . June 1..0 277...834 5.. corn.....325 1. Table 1-2. Estimates are given of area.5 72. .... stocks.. oats....326 16......8 54..164 2...453 1. (202) 720–2127. price-support operations...8 87... I–1 VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12. animal units fed.... 2010 3 .......8 89. prices...4 74.605.6 5. August 1.......4 362..... United States.1 Ending stocks Million metric tons 45...................... ...2 44... rye..167.

......943 41.....2 46.741 Bushels 43.. ..31 5......955 13... 2001–2010 Area Yield per harvested acre Year Planted 1 Harvested Production Marketing year average price per bushel received by farmers 2 Value of production 2 Winter wheat 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 .51 3... and value.....481.....719 4.. ...517 12.....245 1.. . ..789 2..359 1 Seeded in preceding fall for winter wheat.001 1.....AG8 USDA ... NASS.294..2 46.25 1.000 bushels 510.975.579 15.519 Bushels 30.85 3.1 39... . 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00002 Bushels 35.I–2 GRAIN AND FEED Table 1-3...—Wheat. .. Crops Branch.445 596.5 43.810..721 2.916 4.698 1.82 3.43 9.....90 3.441 13. quantities of Durum wheat grown in other States.554 2..893 101..16 7.....5 45..72 3... .623 548.. ... ..1 40.224 83...519 13.609 13.57 4...000 dollars 3.766 45.....46 4..62 3...4 38....240 3...863......936 396.......41 3...716 1... ..574 2. .. (202) 720–2127..618 633....292 14........6 41..5 34.........17 6..... .936.1 44.........753 34..307 43..384 43......9 42....... yield...........47 5.... ..000 acres 2...565 45.428 2..475 72......960 96.. .608 1..2 29.418 40...082...50 1.. ... ..........461 1....000 acres 15.165 13...320 40.......042 106...336 353.917 531..742 36......867.913 2.....411 615.........637 89...639 13..1 2 Obtained Fmt 1000 1.105 53...992 692...709 2.....000 bushels 83.080 Other spring wheat 3 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 .....591 3. VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12...2 29..........519..71 5.0 29.05 3. 1.......915 2. Sfmt 1000 3 Includes small H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-02....763 14. by type: Area....08 4.. .596. . production..8 1.. ....942 2..484..3 41.842 13.815 2...878 12.510 31..556 79.1 1....333 1.760 1.480 479..156 2..46 7.958...764 1.....000 acres 2.979 1.402 568.......574 11..778 388.......432 33..235 5.....139 7.. ...077...456 460....66 4.....27 3..1 33.000 acres 31.975 by weighting State prices by quantity sold.001 5. .....938 39. 1..241 1..7 47.036 14..32 4..5 33..934..942 13.2 37...175 2.661...499.910 2...806 9..000 dollars 269........376 1.268 13.081...870 2..004 584.119 2....160 1.804 Dollars 3...000 dollars 1.000 acres 40.......497.512 731..478 1.000 acres 14.55 1.826 Dollars 2....... .497. .. .391 329..335 1.353.561 2...012 46.32 3..373 13...852 1..778 8..107 35....899 13..560 1.861 Dollars 2.118 4.608 34.....000 bushels 1....987...26 5.......97 3...918 504.134...716. United States...92 9.346 37........950. .223 243.....363 2...13 6.. 1...943.827 109.223...5 44.......165 29.7 38.6 44..936 3......7 43.......524.. .174 13..869 2.119 1.....367.1 32...23 6..905 347....1 46... .137...2 37.779 31.0 37....526 Durum wheat 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ....497....

..447 22.600 24.946 Mar.181 21....... 1 Mar.458....251 12.000 1.359 899.....069 1.. Off farms 1 Dec..635 140.664 1.000 58.727 679.. 1 1..450 91.830 132..... .216 20.008....931 1... .....500 236.805 24......900 130...222....700 36...000 bushels 517......180 382.800 57. ....... .147.350 13....964 1.020 513..... . H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-03.360 572..686 28..373.000 bushels 49...787 1.000 bushels 1.. .795 21.135 31..222.089 1...100 8. ...400 558..737 731.398 968.... . ..430 5.925 531......700 17.058 13..745 209.000 bushels 12.221.......950 2..137.. 1 Mar..300 23....000 bushels 33.......010 403.900 17.890 384...028... 2001–2010 All wheat Year beginning September On farms Sept....... 1 Mar.571 21. elevators...000 bushels 560.565 935.338 1...149 19...915 1.250 288..000 bushels 26.. and processors..447 20.....000 bushels 871.306 916. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00003 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 Dec..292 Jun.170.997 25.760 765.. 1 1...275 111.351...183 515.736 17..331 Durum wheat 2 Year beginning September On farms Sept..525 1..300 66..600 46..700 34. ....600 70.268 670... VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12.333 762. warehouses.559 378.938 11.764 22.250 289...850 578.200 Off farms 1 Dec.....496 25. 1 1..807 1.494 17.. 1 Jun..931 stocks at mills.... 1 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 1.800 550. ..200 31.280 759..000 bushels 20..900 22.637.000 65...200 39..700 24....000 bushels 30..600 50.382.....800 41.241 25.963 280..000 812.700 25.. United States.. 1 Jun.....779 26..774 10....600 26. 1 Jun..201.....008 12.—Wheat: Stocks on and off farms.100 13....282 359...190 25...000 bushels 63. 1.890 304...599 27. .AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 I–3 Table 1-4..100 50.400 348....215 664..854 29...300 257.278 617.105.000 bushels 1. .. .. .......400 51.405 25..AG8 USDA .880 161... 1 1.990 280..652 1...010 1..000 bushels 338..712 13.749 13.. 1 1..414 911.800 35......742 1.000 bushels 21..690 25.200 687..300 35.....700 1.. ..020 495.720 1.600 1.100 1 Includes Sept.....600 15..000 192.306 414. ..200 31..100 71.....508 31.100 23...408 842..000 635.517 Dec.390 13..186 1.200 74.917 25..000 bushels 216.178.010 73..700 836.891 1...384 25.569 26. terminals.. 1 1......320 790..100 18.927 1.366 2 Included in all wheat.110 131. Crops Branch.100 8.524 35.800 491. 1 1....170 18.600 721. 1 Sept..100 ...540 454.681 716.. .....500 34.. (202) 720–2127......000 bushels 696.......107 1.. NASS.710 256.825 460.. 1 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 .

.........018 Supply 2 ... 456 2..015 1......137 Stocks......................... June 1 .... June 1 .... Domestic disappearance ........ 515 475 702 607 508 Exports 3 ......................281 1.......................................... 135 134 130 169 175 Exports 3 ..................................................................... 614 615 625 731 832 Exports 3 ...................218 976 2.............................. May 31 ....................................... Domestic disappearance .. June 1 . 898 1.........137 1....... ERS..................................................... 21 8 25 35 35 White: Stocks............. 571 1.035 254 920 385 1.........051 1.......................................................121 1. 280 453 536 448 447 472 370 421 616 403 Stocks.............. 132 432 117 450 68 512 142 548 234 570 Supply 2 ... Production ..........051 306 2. Domestic disappearance ....................................... 195 100 169 68 136 100 143 87 182 95 Stocks.............. 78 251 44 221 37 255 64 237 80 275 Supply 2 .......................I–4 GRAIN AND FEED Table 1-5........................... Production ....174 1....... May 31 .......AG8 USDA ...... by class.................. 2 Total supply includes imports... Production .... Market and Trade Economics Division....... Domestic disappearance .........263 1.............................. May 31 ................................................................. 248 249 304 243 210 273 214 282 339 308 Stocks.................................................................................................—Wheat: Supply and disappearance......... Domestic disappearance . 117 68 142 234 185 Durum: Stocks........................ 44 37 80 85 1 Data 64 except production are approximations. VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12............... 106 390 109 352 55 614 171 404 242 238 Supply 2 ..... United States........................................................................ May 31 ....... 908 1................ June 1 .................................808 Supply 2 ................................................................................................. June 1 ............499 657 2...... Domestic disappearance ............ 109 55 171 242 170 Hard red spring: Stocks..... 339 275 300 311 362 Exports 3 ....... June 1 ...... products in wheat equivalent.................... 40 74 45 81 24 81 44 90 43 96 Stocks...........501 Exports 3 ..... Production ...........404 Exports 3 .......208 2.......176 1................932 2.. 40 53 21 72 8 84 25 109 35 107 Supply 2 .................. May 31 ...993 3.... 456 Hard red winter: Stocks........... May 31 ............260 881 1..................... 2...289 1........ (202) 694–5285.. Production ................................................................. 145 261 208 212 199 332 109 256 109 229 Stocks. 165 138 254 385 386 Soft red winter: Stocks...... 2006–2010 1 Year beginning June Item 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Million bushels Million bushels Million bushels Million bushels Million bushels All wheat: Stocks......131 306 657 977 861 215 682 165 956 138 1...............620 2..................... Production ...... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00004 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 3 Imports and exports include flour and H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-04.................

.. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00005 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-05..250 1..218.154 602 10...800 1... AR .168 1....154 2.330 1..345 73..945 13. 2007 .120 166.410 16.680 356.808 2.700 14....725 50.760 99.0 58.750 120.120 6..0 32.0 220 165 145 205 150 130 54..0 9.610 280 4..500 6.. MS .680 8.0 44...0 1...0 44.. 2004 .800 7....0 55.. WA .200 74. ERS.931 2.....947 1..2 1. KS .8 40....230 8.0 51.415 8.880 118.880 107..130 45..500 3..0 60.154 1... TN .... Beginning stocks Production Million bushels 876 777 491 546 540 571 456 306 657 976 Million bushels 1.045 2.790 480 23.... 2002 ...400 5.....0 43...893 47. NC . AZ .275 2.070 172...740 5.....100 39..0 56..300 4.....900 37..0 42.9 52..0 50.150 990 369..670 1.0 400 185 125 385 175 110 57..560 77..0 130 115 110 122 105 100 63...0 430 450 470 140 140 290 30.620 2.. PA .500 6.440 30. GA . OK .164 2.140 48.900 12.103 1.0 42...0 66...619 2..3 1.0 21 20 23 11 13 12 100..206..900 63.305 5....200 15.AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 I–5 Table 1-6..0 1....000 16.0 373 335 240 357 315 230 64.070 1..344 2..0 40. VA . NM .......640 8.....000 1.490 44..9 99..0 255 230 180 180 195 135 73. WY .066 1. ID .0 5.. 2008 ..9 1.210 30....699 49.083 1.190 2.......0 5.000 bushels 9.Bushacres acres acres acres acres acres els els els 240 220 150 200 180 115 71..499 2.0 45..400 1.470 5. Table 1-7...0 40.700 5.600 1.0 159 132 89 155 129 85 97..535 8...100 35.0 34.. yield. (202) 720–2127.800 6.0 150 154 151 139 147 131 41...0 69...640 1...051 2.7 310 250 180 280 210 155 71.003 908 1. IL .272 1..5 46.160 42....420 5.600 11. SD ....000 bushels 14..0 580 470 250 560 450 230 69.700 3....000 1.4 49...000 1.0 49.101 2.0 61.000 bushels 6.286 1.5 48.278 12.730 73.595 1.... CO ..018 2..000 Bush.. SC ...920 30..500 8.540 32....250 780 370 1.....899 2.263 1.194 1.061 2.. United States.600 5..969 2..085 250 21.070 4.774 2.........250 34..160 730 280 48.0 46.858 9..600 22. OH .0 1.750 30..479 3.0 67. 2009 2010 2008 2009 2010 2008 2009 Production 2010 2008 2009 2010 1.192 1.010 780 1....0 40 28 15 35 22 10 48....720 4.530 8..540 127..0 580 510 390 460 390 250 71.825 29.0 56....0 25. VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12....0 25..0 9. ND . 2009 ..013 4. Totals may not add due to independent rounding...300 2......500 5..475 9...172 55... 2005 .. US .000 1.840 11.9 44.661 3.0 2.8 79.860 49..3 86..0 56.285 52... 2003 .0 60...870 1..0 45..0 58..0 45.........175 8..330 2..8 35 34 28 33 29 23 61.....353 2..157 2... FL . LA .265 22..170 73...990 104. IA ..500 3.5 42.630 2..000 32. CA .......916 44.070 55.......000 40..0 72.0 65.310 1. by State and United States. 3 Preliminary...0 5.290 2.800 8.0 31.225 59..127 8..310 176.0 25 17 12 23 14 7 55.......—Wheat: Area...060 361..... NY .151 1.360 64. MN .725 2..600 38.700 88.0 1.993 3.1 97.400 1..0 50.016 1....0 1.208 Disappearance Imports 1 Million bushels 108 77 63 71 81 122 113 127 119 97 Domestic use Total Million bushels 2.4 38.....450 3.0 47.015 881 1. UT . 2010 3 . NJ .0 62.209 2..815 3.....400 36.665 1...600 1..756 19.700 12...610 4.0 56.4 112..012 4.. WV ..270 1. NASS..606 2. MI ..260 1....0 820 700 500 720 600 380 60.0 36..460 2. 2 Approximates feed and residual use and includes negligible quantities used for distilled spirits..Bush...AG8 USDA .7 55.8 43..7 11 9 7 8 5 5 60.0 480 340 170 400 250 122 56.0 70. (202) 694–5296..9 45.500 99.610 55.479 2...440 5.3 620 430 260 520 340 180 63...137 1........ Market and Trade Economics Division.680 164.147 17.660 21.750 1...0 960 890 960 945 877 947 55.0 54.900 8....340 61...0 37.3 41.0 3...230 9.0 54. TX .8 86..200 850 330 1...050 129..0 48..0 840 795 765 545 500 455 90.....7 520 180 125 485 165 100 62.120 1.501 2.890 270 14...3 64...... MT ....520 5...009 2.686 43.499.825 17.1 195 190 165 185 175 150 64.090 980 750 68..379 7...... Crops Branch.190 70.400 8.400 98.200 311..200 100....0 51..... MD .377 30.500 52.. 2001–2010 Supply Year beginning June 2001 .289 Million bushels 2...478 1..—Wheat: Supply and disappearance.7 55. 2008–2010 Area planted 1 Area harvested Yield per harvested acre State 2008 AL ... KY .600 9......137 1..932 2. 2006 ..193 59.0 22. and production.1 33.0 67...0 53...070 430 200 980 390 150 57..0 43.7 67..400 377..0 28.655 1. WI ..300 8. MO ..800 11.. NV ..640 63....314 2..0 730 630 530 710 570 510 69.8 105.325 9.290 2....255 2.593 55.150 820 295 64.234 2.6 45..168 53.905 147....250 7...925 1.420 Million bushels 777 491 546 540 571 456 306 657 976 861 1 Imports and exports include flour and other products expressed in wheat equivalent.000 48.....200 7...250 108..131 Exports 1 Total disappearance Ending stocks May 31 Million bushels 962 850 1..700 6.8 2..850 4..0 51...234 2.0 60.0 57..520 13.180 123.586 8.3 79.640 84.051 1..680 123.0 47.0 55..000 5.420 3.0 49...181 Food Seed Feed 2 Total Million bushels 926 919 912 910 917 938 948 927 919 926 Million bushels 83 84 80 78 77 82 88 78 69 73 Million bushels 182 116 203 181 157 117 16 255 148 133 Million bushels 1.5 68.....600 215..700 38....0 50.0 64..800 460 360......550 45..225 2.119 1..5 80 70 50 79 67 45 77.... IN ..8 54.0 47..625 76.480 1...3 1 Includes area planted preceding fall.. DE .000 1.936 2. NE ...... OR ...218 2..158 1.0 163 155 165 146 132 145 29.0 59..700 1.

ND ..0 30.200 22.120 5.000 acres 180 5 390 315 2..0 67.760 250 21.. AR ..750 12 35 430 130 820 630 1..050 620 5...750 11 350 150 1.0 56.450 1.840 11.610 2.1 548..0 290 30.300 170 127 137 1...Bushacres els els els 115 71..600 1.0 41.0 36....220 18..0 51...0 55...640 2.0 54.490 44...... NV ... MT ...700 135 180 1.0 56.225 730 10.800 1...........800 390 175 195 570 45 165 730 2.500 8.800 105.0 28.0 155 71.950 39.....400 180 130 140 1. 46.0 57..700 16 34 450 115 700 580 1.0 49.450 50 12 170 750 330 250 15 8.0 68..660 21.550 1....686 43.560 2.....0 81..750 2.... MT .025 8.......0 66.....5 46.0 360 85...411 615.0 42..0 750 68.0 10 48..Bush..825 29...100 35.. IN .... ND .0 56....0 40. DE .0 42....0 1...0 69.0 47.500 44..520 70..300 6..0 50.0 110.484..800 7.000 1.800 11 125 180 20 570 1.......0 130 54.741 47..260 17..428 2.000 42. 46....000 bushels 6.0 80.0 14...800 460 360...945 13.333 1........ .....600 70 17 340 740 850 470 28 9..861 Other spring wheat CO ..000 4.540 127.400 390 125 180 530 65 125 370 2.....700 2....... .810 47.680 63..0 295 64..0 1.640 5 315 132 1.750 555 US . MN ..900 79 23 400 800 1...0 .000 acres 200 6 980 400 1.0 42.320 480 22..530 340 2...690 10 124 170 20 535 1..0 1. NM .....250 2.. 40 30 28 540 550 630 1.0 58.316 68.720 8 335 135 1. LA ......... WI ..510 31.650 6. 14.....827 109........ OH .850 1. IL .820 4.154 602 10...600 38...0 44.0 6 95....500 56...... VA .090 1. VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12.500 1. NV .1 83.600 19 28 470 110 500 330 780 5..8 1.0 90.570 9 79 95 20 530 1.. by type: Area. US ..335 39.0 45.990 270 14.0 31...880 96.0 3.0 69.650 9 80 105 20 540 1...0 150 64..800 6..410 19 12 13 535 585 575 22 .670 7 33 140 122 720 550 1....0 53...0 45.680 356....300 510 185 230 630 55 180 780 2..900 54.. GA .......600 64.070 55.450 6.. OR . 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00006 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-06..160 70..0 42..710 56.. 150 160 10 590 1.. ..0 23 61....2 46..0 45.. KS ..500 5..000 bushels 9.....300 55.0 60.0 55..0 51.420 5..0 8.0 58...9 42..050 64. OR .0 72..0 105.602 15. ND ...900 460 385 180 710 70 485 1.900 37.. ID .0 135 73... 2 Estimates discontinued in 2009.550 2. 506 ..000 57.....0 55.950 32...450 135 210 1.400 17.... SC ..620 16.....0 60...070 103...640 1.120 166....800 15 149 145 10 570 1...0 60 52.0 56. NASS..700 9.600 1.554 2.......0 53. .0 75......0 19.858 9..500 6...585 61.0 72..0 44..0 2008 2009 2010 Production 2008 2009 2010 Winter wheat AL ..200 580 40 9.0 45..484 37.600 2.0 24..000 16.524.150 85.0 61.. WI 2 .... ..700 9 335 155 1..664 7.122 1.150 560 35 8....0 48.0 7 55.450 20 14 16 540 590 580 23 .750 30.608 34...... CA .0 64.400 98.090 4.750 7 240 165 1......5 46.0 77..0 25.0 46.070 1. .....479 3..I–6 GRAIN AND FEED Table 1-8... Crops Branch.. (202) 720–2127...800 277. US ......042 106...480 721 2..0 25....0 37.. MS .600 45. MT .680 94..016 1. WA .0 37..750 120.0 55..0 43.0 38.600 780 195 220 2.270 8.400 6...0 40... 11 .300 820 165 145 1. MO .698 13...850 9 4 4 6... by State and United States...0 50.180 96.0 56.0 90. TX .0 38. WY .550 74.....780 1.600 11 29 140 105 600 545 980 3.200 7.. .0 100.....867....880 58.955 13..6 44...0 82.0 60.310 89....900 902 ... SD ... MN .0 47...350 260 5. SD .... 2.359 75..0 48.0 1....0 10 103.—Wheat....200 7.325 29.000 4..080 1 Includes area planted preceding fall. 2..200 570 55. yield.0 810 58..300 120 280 1.0 59...060 17.0 51.0 85. UT .. NE ..780 15 98. OK .0 45..0 42.0 92.000 acres 220 7 430 615 2.0 3. IA .0 109..975 45.050 1..230 207 9..5 37.800 130 310 1.220 836 528 715 22..700 2... NY .920 19...0 95.0 45 77.640 1...830 42..800 11.0 55.0 100...0 230 69...517 12...307 43..740 380 150 180 246. KY ......0 31..013 4.......350 30.0 250 71.0 230 66. 13 ...0 510 69.000 40....0 37.0 68.0 45..0 44...440 40.540 76..160 26...480 2.....0 75..0 70..500 103.020 66.110 3.140 48. ID .......550 1..0 180 63..0 40.560 77..... 2008–2010 Area planted 1 Area harvested Yield per harvested acre State 2008 2009 2010 2008 2009 2010 1..850 4..0 100 63..340 61.0 320 41.0 59.......905 117.0 62..520 13.640 30.0 48.......... CO ....400 289.150 80 25 480 850 1.0 47.....600 93.250 6....0 150 57....0 23..700 45..730 4 2 2 6.610 280 4. 36 29 27 520 530 615 1..500 5....AG8 USDA .680 59.....500 775 185 205 1.. ID .760 99. and production.1 44..700 760 190 165 1...0 48..550 2..0 78...400 60.....150 990 369.000 9..0 19....0 34..000 acres 240 9 1..... PA ..0 45....0 380 60.400 64.0 67.700 430 6.400 140 250 1......000 73.950 11.230 9.0 49...420 1...990 3...268 13..0 44...420 1.127 8.0 65.0 50.100 28..519 32.000 6..0 118 41.....0 50...0 43.350 2........325 450 8.......750 12.0 280 48. CA ..0 61.......0 ...250 59..000 bushels 14..720 4..220 16. FL ..... WA .0 145 28.070 680 2.1 Durum wheat AZ .608 1..346 37..0 102.0 38.0 39.. TN .800 82.0 73.160 2.470 26. AZ ..0 45..000 acres 150 9 200 660 2...0 22.380 73.083 1...400 2.890 520 3.900 425 17. NC ..000 Bush.500 750 175 150 1.004 584.010 5..721 2.....0 2..574 2...0 44......700 14.600 1. MI ...0 49.....0 67. SD .0 81.470 1.0 54..0 5 60...0 56.700 12.... WV .920 30.700 38...0 122 56..0 710 75..085 10.450 67 14 250 700 820 450 22 8....0 47. 40......000 32...250 34.0 115.400 26. WY 2 .....800 1.0 100 62. ..265 22. UT .165 13.. NJ ..0 32.. MD ...120 6..970 100..600 580 400 255 730 75 520 1..0 25.600 22..250 190 12...0 110 57.0 34.860 34.0 52..0 54...520 1.0 80..

..............—Wheat: Marketing year average price and value....... 2001–2010 Marketing year beginning June 1 2001/2002 2002/2003 2003/2004 2004/2005 2005/2006 2006/2007 2007/2008 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 Program price levels per bushel Income support payment rates per bushel 1 .27 3.199 40.........654....003 167..845 343. MO .. Beginning with 2002/2003...64 4.400 42...........916 40...87 5... The Food Security Reserve became the Food Security Commodity Trust in July of 1999 and the Bill Emerson Humanitarian Trust in July of 2002..741 3...........625 52...... CA .96 5... NV .033 131..00 0.. 2008–2010 Marketing year average price per bushel Value of production State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 AL ...............440 83.95 6...00 0..... IL .92 5..993 328.00 6.376 42.470....75 2......484 1....5 7....15 7... 4 Percentage of production is on a grain basis. 2 Starting in 2009..89 5...57 3...00 0.....900 616.....2 1.....894 745....82 4..00 0....04 4.... NA-not applicable......479 92. NE ..153 396.000 672.. (202) 720–3134..........969 345.125 147..50 5.00 6. and 33....92 3...85 4......94 Dollars Put under loan Percentage of production 4 Quantity Million bushels 197 120 186 178 170 94 36 84 103 ..............75 2... NY ...033 88..652 459...120 226.6 ..45 4. Table 1-10.140 36......45 Dollars 5.......71 4.......52/0. ...68 6..400 750... TX .40 5.93 6.20 5....92 3. 99 66 61 54 43 41 0 0 0 ..888 1...362 9..42 5......10 6.........573 594.....82 6. WY .. 59 million in 2003/2004.60 5...530 230... Crops Branch......104 64.26 5..941 5...... Food Grains. AR .... Dollars 1.264 5.... FL .............4 8.92 3...15 6......00 6.800 997.......006 49..60 4....86 5..63 7......92 3...31 5.48 4.............000 dollars 42.........8 3.640 182..589 45..89 5...30 6..644 397...89 4......60 5.10 4... DE ..............175 297......79 6.. United States..05 5..... MN ..94 5....... WA ......00 5.05 5..958 133......51 Dollars 4.180 29...170 376........353 34...... the first entry is the direct payment rate and the second entry is the counter-cyclical payment rate......86 3..75 2.......13 4.. ... ID .808 125.978 7......82 4... ... KS .........50 5.85 4.6 million in 2005/2006 through 2006/2007...52/0..912 2.....280 626....512 73.......10 6...29 5....52/0...000 dollars 31..288 237.71 7... ....64 5.........16 5... ........58 7........27 5.62 5.. KY . VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12.077 185.548 490...80 2......679 16.. NJ ..... VA ....457 352...27 5.....199....95 8...115 12...138..........992...........80 2.52/0..05 5.415 540...255 187.........346 251....3 8........06 5.01 0....803 27.15 5.88 6....AG8 USDA ........ following enactment of the Farm Security and Rural Investment Act of 2002 (2002 Act).75 2.872..030 64..133 161..85 4.15 4.80 7.577 37.........52/0.00 0...... OH .380 32....855 116.400 25....255 6...1 7.... WI ..... 1 Payment rates for the 1998/1999 through 2001/2002 crops were calculated according to the Production Flexibility Contract (PFC) program provisions of the Federal Agriculture Improvement and Reform Act of 1996 (1996 Act) and include supplemental PFC payment rates for 1998 through 2001......84 4......00 0. IA ....84 6..10 5.000 96...72 4.....570 363.....004 1.........08 6.92 4..84 4...060 42..150 481.00 0... producers who participate in the Average Crop Revenue Election (ACRE) program get a 30 percent reduction in their loan rate..... .......... ND ..... PA ..438 5....016 24..52/0..384 102..20 5.63 4. CO .....50 5....296..759 10...458 3 322.....07 4........... .......... 3 Target prices were reestablished under the 2002 Act..79 4......706 2..921 1...698 77... WV .. 52 million in 2004/2005...268 606..86 3...523 431...50 5.. NM .......95 6........20 5.....20 5......47 6.....346..36 5...395 275.....80 5.38 5....060 750.75 5...830 2........258 46.. Dollars 5....15 5..95 6..................05 7..73 4.....525 26.....770....95 4.173 65..........25 4.875 42.814 739..60 5....30 4..17 Percent 10......1 5.890 1.620 44.364 78..... GA .52/0.......535 71....398 247..00 5..131 643............267 1. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00007 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-07.35 5...... SC ...... Payment rates for the 2002/2003 and subsequent crops are calculated according to the Direct and Counter-cyclical program provisions..156 1 Preliminary.. 5 CCC ownership includes 93 million in Food Security Reserve for 1998/1999 through 2001/2002.92 3........867 1.......... not calculated in this table... AZ ..07 4..60 4..9 8..478 12.120 212....075 109....70 3.. NASS......430.92 4.....75 4.026 311.56 5.190 917..846 7.....000 dollars 84....963 662. SD .41 4.50 4.......788 43.694 433...816.250 23..65 3...........95 5.00 5.....78 4....... NC ....30 1..063 49.00 0..517 128.59 4.75 2.....340 47..88 7..221 23..........60 5. MT .. UT ....25 5.90 6...... TN .....359 13.........30 5..90 5...70 16...AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 I–7 Table 1-9.......25 8...97 5..250 22.91 5.590 441. . 66 million in 2002/2003.. OR ..20 5....712 1......776 14..52/0.331 2........85 5...163 2... NA 3...... MI .... FSA..... MD .153.75 2. by State and United States.378 1.35 6....00 Loan 2 Target 3 Dollars 2..896 120..........929 40..... Acquired by CCC under loan program Owned by CCC at end of marketing year 5 Million bushels Million bushels 10 2 2 10 1 0 0 0 0 .911 1. IN ..588 80.40 5.....18 4.........12 4....... .100 33....52/0...504 228.....424 2..... LA ........58 2. OK .......321 1.490 125..420 45..... (202) 720–2127.70 6.35 5........ MS .442 1.....625..........592 US . 6....30 4.—Wheat: Support operations.

.90 614....13 2....293 26.672 80.103 Total .15 2..753 46.000 bushels 14... Pakistan .....354 121.530 10....866 102..67 2. (202) 694–5285........02 2.885 87. Canada .617 26..000 hectares 13...146 11....242 FAS.. 2008/2009–2010/2011 Area Country Yield per hectare Production 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 Australia ..030 26..000 metric tons 21.957 20..85 4..800 6.290 25.... (202) 720-6301..022 Metric tons 1..120 138...... Wheat grain 1.65 1.76 5.... and production in specified countries.37 2..785 9.74 5....825 107.......054 45. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00008 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-08..... 22... China ..800 25.800 15.92 Metric tons 1.....900 41...000 bushels 66..853 10..551 77......... and other products 89.03 3.089 16..499 54......139 United States . yield...AG8 USDA ..633 7.581 Total foreign ..959 63.863 9..550 26...029 15.381 3.... ERS......115 15........ 225......52 2....806 101.000 61...570 7.12 68...925 16.85 2. 1.........508 17...073 92......649 15.........464 151......000 metric tons 26.... . Ukraine ... .570 81.071 1....80 4.01 2...844 92..58 2..000 bushels 8.032 23..774 623... and distribution statistics from foreign governments. Office of Global Analysis.611 112.... EU-27 ..03 2..79 4. flour........366 60..............450 20.... Turkey ..312 222.24 2.... 202.18 3.191 19...103 3....99 3....614 8...790 684......000 metric tons 21.01 2.68 2....868 Total wheat.I–8 GRAIN AND FEED Table 1-11.... India . ..—Wheat: Area....541 20.....03 3........750 6.156 44.028 9....19 Metric tons 1....638 24.907 11......363 11....655 1..56 2..... ....671 28..374 63.631 126..01 1.92 682..350 8.. . Table 1-12....000 6..67 1.615 49.... ..003 Flour (wheat equivalent) 1.......874 28..710 9.964 93..........870 112.250 8..420 28.046 28... .....700 7.. 2000–2009 Year beginning June 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 ....95 2.591 1 Includes macaroni.000 hectares 13.278 3....000 23..........770 18.180 135....485 24....122 78.....39 2...000 16...45 2.... supply.698 7.—Wheat and flour: United States imports... Others ...848 115.721 207.37 3.... and similar products..680 13..221 15..284 46.000 9... ..... ......970 118..016 60..56 2.... semolina.508 14.150 5...946 11.023 17....659 80.74 5.647 9..313 82..500 23. Iran ......251 648...534 1.......290 25..121 203.. VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12.765 16..65 2..221 1..21 2.026 70...687 14...360 7.91 2..09 2..928 85... Market and Trade Economics Division.....885 588....720 Other products (wheat equivalent) 1 1.269 24...262 227.167 115..258 11.. Russia . Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production.....816 27......741 37...000 hectares 14..79 1.....

.......000 3.........722 Total ....500 1........ Office of Global Analysis..........................................747 400 18.....................700 9..................... China ................. Brazil ............203 FAS....871 18......... 6..................869 92. Egypt ......................371 3....403 9....... supply......................................167 3.. EU-27 ..900 7............700 6.....300 5.................. Brazil ...846 127.419 5....................000 5..500 16.. Ukraine .........393 2..351 5...................... and distribution statistics from foreign governments................470 2...................550 78........................... 133....126 10..304 4...099 14................ Korea........400 4...... Bangladesh .............. 136. Turkey ... EU-27 ...................519 5....................456 3...........000 22.....000 metric tons Principle exporting countries: Argentina ........... and products: International trade..827 1......AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 I–9 Table 1-13......876 723 25.....493 130....577 127..... Japan .337 8........000 metric tons 1.............960 5....000 metric tons 1.....500 2...........................882 6............................................AG8 USDA .......... 6.......... Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production..932 United States ...........228 2.931 Principle importing countries: Algeria .........635 23.................100 5..........................—Wheat.......................................... Nigeria ..... Others ............695 8........ 27...... 2007/2008–2009/2010 Country 2007/2008 2008/2009 2009/2010 1..........156 3...............502 4.................977 34.......700 10................781 Total Foreign .....500 6.......900 3....999 Total .............................700 4.... South ................700 4.737 5....................... Australia ...100 3......162 19.......949 133.............042 892 22..... Others .. Indonesia .............900 68.........................................................767 14........356 2...000 3............640 5..273 9.400 4..874 111............. Canada .................... 115.....509 135...... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00009 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-09...................... Kazakhstan .332 Total Foreign ..............115 7..... flour..........079 77...........481 United States ..... 3. Morocco ............................ Russia ..................... VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12.......................364 5........239 13..759 3...............701 18.................. 143................556 4..........331 7.... (202) 720-6301...............................................................349 124......187 5...........................037 9.........................000 17...

................. South Africa ......160......669 5... Yemen(*) .... Taiwan ........ Trinidad and Tobago .950 733.360 383 1........207 0 31.560 603.130 0 2..178 631................760 1.....................................171 0 128..................634 428.....................877 553..666 474..095 3.............169.......074 2................937 205.................. Zimbabwe ...............641 5.... China ...... Taiwan ...........................562.340 342......501 1....... VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12........................................... Sri Lanka ..........015 Wheat flour: Canada ..............698 202....035.....889 211.............340 21......063 286...714 378........... Dominican Republic ......................852 12......010 29..............935................533 521............381... Colombia ............008 1.......826 3.....156 6...898 160.....384....742 682.................... Liberia ................................................ United Arab Emirates .. Afghanistan .. Philippines ..... The .......... Kenya ..487 288..... Cameroon ...911...... 2008–2010 Year Country of destination 2008 2009 Metric tons 2010 1 Metric tons Metric tons Wheat: Nigeria ..231 233.......................604 215... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00010 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-10.. 2...........616 874............. Chile .572 World Total ............964 2.......638 2................... Sierra Leone .798 373 4.....951 88..............657 1..470 384.............................................................. Malaysia .............921....... Haiti .....................255 588 2.............680 1..................791 264.............700 327.................... Other Partners ...189 241......224 122.... Italy(*) ..................721................................... Tajikistan ...........834 681.. Iraq ........383 1..................782 1.......410 2....120 406........592 2. 30.873 224......... Korea....... Spain . Leeward-Windward Islands(*) . Brazil ......450 1.... Indonesia .........416 698............885 258.......... Israel .........255 1.........................981 27...................003 819.217 232...........107 0 2.............. supply..607............017.... Brazil ......491 1....069 451 24...............................860 11.......408 49.........397 2..666 661 0 2..462 2..................000 17... Guatemala .............................627 0 13...........814 563................................... and distribution statistics from foreign governments.........258 2.................................. supply.........724 1....551 482..863 661....... South ........................ Bahamas.......................592............ Morocco .........414 752..................... Djibouti .......728 1.826 373..........................684 14 1.......... Indonesia .880 7......................287 76..........283 3.........306 201......365 1.......120 455... Venezuela .622 1.............999 91...463 0 3..........699 355...212 0 0 1...... El Salvador ....... Mexico ........................589 1.............................................. Chad ....................... Dominican Republic .............905 8 274 511 57........540 82........747 191....321......401 451................................................944 1...245 658 639 5.......................................................341 3........ Costa Rica ..497 0 3............108................... Egypt .............488 799.............................. Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production...357 496................................. Other Partners .089 246....715 0 0 0 2.....................631 0 0 2......184 333.....................067 390 264 4......................... Mexico ...................... Pakistan .......548 7..557 388...................548 114 0 1....................... 144...721 2..261.... 12010 data does not reflect 13 month changes.......433......... Ethiopia(*) .....281 225..118 818....887 497.AG8 USDA ..............953 352.....919...................... Unidentified Countries ..................................900 1.........188 3............068...............113 2...893 195........................924 1.....................526 244...................918 1.. and distribution............ Algeria ........ Algeria .........359 412..................................385 405...........610 60....629... Peru ...........943 452.........243 416...............................220 3......862 21....740 16.881 2..............—Wheat and flour: United States exports by country of destination.............804........................................544 2...993 1....396 669....662 927.............382 World Total ..................713 2.... Colombia ...120 41.........494 309...............995 1.................. Japan ..... (202) 720-6301.......003 28.....................760 2.......... (*) Denotes a country that is a summarization of its component coun- tries..........932 336.......528.528 460.775........648 954..........254 861...................281 414.. FAS..............I–10 GRAIN AND FEED Table 1-14.................. Office of Global Analysis...... Yemen(*) ..................... Netherlands Antilles(*) ..... Honduras ...020... Thailand ..............401 1.... Barbados ....393 2...194 2.308 419...............710 283......579 2.822 303.....

000 2...634 3. Totals may not add due to independent rounding.896 4.203 11..000 bushels bushels bushels bushels bushels bushels bushels bushels bushels bushels bushels bushels 1.993 7.000 1.629 122 12....000 2.....752 21. .286 12.791 13 091 14 13.. 2006 .328 1..380 1.460 396 396 7.. 2 Preliminary...537 5..000 1. 2005 ..—Rye: Area.431 5.000 dollars 19.431 Dollars 2. 2010 2 1... . disposition..25 Value of production 1.0 1..241 1. United States.211 1..433 1..000 1..551 13.000 3. Table 1-16...947 13.549 25...140 13.22 3.7 27.819 509 509 6. production..856 3...300 3.....000 1...000 3.000 1.329 12.193 6..32 4..300 3. and value.448 10.970 12.481 13.000 3......336 26.311 7..193 5.237 13.AG8 USDA ..... 2001–2010 Area Yield per harvested acre Year Planted 1 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 .....260 1.000 3..93 5..811 3..488 8.30 3.. ..682 793 793 7. (202) 694–5302.300 3. .. Market and Trade Economics Division......300 3.. 2001–2010 Supply Disappearance Year beginning June Beginning stocks 2001 .—Rye: Supply and disappearance..000 3..1 27. VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12.311 7.. Harvested 1.895 31.000 1..634 8.000 3.000 3.000 3. . ERS.000 1..715 56 11.86 3.503 316 11.896 6.993 4.5 27.000 2..036 1 Area planted in preceding fall.475 3..0 26. .751 445 445 8.415 11.488 6.396 1...Imports tion Domestic use Total Food Seed Industry Feed 1 Total Ending Total stocks disExports appearMay 31 ance 1 Residual.000 1..... 2008 .AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 I–11 Table 1-15.......000 3.209 251 13...348 1..... 2002 .01 6..979 6..190 6.448 12....000 bushels 6.031 3. 2003 . Crops Branch......979 3.000 1.196 3.. yield.000 3.000 3.000 1.890 23. (202) 720–2127.113 801 Produc.000 3.....255 5...452 34.. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00011 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-11.551 24.300 3...300 3. . .300 3.334 1.355 1.32 2...000 1.748 73 10.953 12.6 24. 2007 .000 1. 2004 .270 193 12.105 706 706 7.....000 3...771 594 584 8.300 3..300 3..365 3.914 3.753 3.064 13.909 13...000 acres 250 263 319 300 279 274 252 269 252 265 Marketing year average price per bushel received by farmers Production Bushels 27..247 70 13.0 29.. approximates total feed use.. .899 13.255 7..604 50. United States.821 932 932 7.000 acres 1.000 1.3 25. NASS.537 145 13......317 481 481 6...000 4..964 149 13.300 3.000 3.537 7.32 5..328 3..945 13..471 39.....7 27.....251 11.626 14.463 568 568 6..93 3... 2009 ..8 28.798 3.

. and WI.. 2008–2010 Area planted 1 Area harvested Yield per harvested acre State 2008 2009 2010 GA .150 21... NASS.20 4.....431 1.27 1..... and production.. Table 1-18....I–12 GRAIN AND FEED Table 1-17.000 bushels 960 1..036 1 Preliminary.. and WI.—Rye: Marketing year average price and value.25 50.. NC.32 4....045 5.06 Dollars 9.908 1.000 dollars 4... by State and United States. Oth Sts 2 . MI..—Rye: Area.. NY.26 Dollars 9..500 4.. KS..1 1..0 19... Dollars 7.000 dollars 8...000 acres 40 55 174 2008 2009 2010 2008 2009 2010 1.000 acres 40 60 165 Bushels 30..737 1. OK .400 7..200 1........000 acres 200 280 780 1.0 31....0 25.0 7.... States include IL.000 acres 200 270 771 1.00 6. SC...154 1.0 30..979 269 2 Other 2010 Production States include IL.241 1. OK ..471 39... MN.... NASS..000 bushels 1....260 1..000 acres 190 250 771 US .0 14.. (202) 720–2127.. Crops Branch.. NE.93 5...... ND.. 2012 2 Other Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00012 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-12. ND..0 Bushels 21...592 25...993 7.971 6. 1... TX... 2008 2009 1.... Crops Branch.452 34.000 dollars 8..734 252 265 29.....640 9. NE.. SC... (202) 720-2127.00 6....0 33....... MN. 2008–2010 Marketing year average price per bushel Value of production State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 GA . SD.. TX. 6...725 4. yield. KS. VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12.00 7. PA. NY..8 28.211 1 Includes area planted preceding fall.. PA.00 8.7 27. SD.246 US .. Oth Sts 2 .000 acres 25 40 187 1.. NC...10 4...000 bushels 525 560 5. 1...315 34...... by State and United States..6 Bushels 24..AG8 USDA .. MI.

......... 6 .025 FAS...... Total Foreign .........................31 2...........743 58 8 2....000 hectares 24 35 520 89 2.........12 17.................................67 2..............—Rye: Area..75 2..............051 82 1...... Switzerland .. supply.... Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production.............. Norway ....15 0...........02 2....500 316 9.........799 61 7 2.49 2.......... 50 76 114 6 16 25 124 99 56 12 200 150 100 50 ....AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 I–13 Table 1-19...... (202) 720-6301............................................483 6... and distribution statics from foreign governments...000 metric tons 55 20 1..—Rye: 1 International trade...............78 2................ 8 2 4 Total ..........93 2..........642 270 464 79 Total Foreign ..... EU-27 .........333 343 954 80 1..............08 1........... VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12... Ukraine ......39 3......................... 6.......29 1..828 50 27 1....000 metric tons Principle exporting countries: Belarus . 100 108 140 Total ................................. 262 316 500 United States . ..................... Turkey .............................................66 1......573 5.... Canada .... 2007/2008–2009/2010 Area Country Yield per hectare Production 2007/ 2008 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2007/ 2008 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2007/ 2008 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 Argentina ...............07 1.....951 75 27 4......... and distribution statistics from foreign governments. Total Foreign ......................................................99 2..75 1.......................02 0.......818 11... Others ..........86 0..................................................................329 17..000 metric tons 40 20 1. Korea....57 2............................................471 5.............................................. South . Turkey ........57 2.......... Ukraine .......................43 3...... Australia ............................. Russia ...AG8 USDA .15 0.57 2........86 1....166 124 459 61 1........000 metric tons 1..... 1 20 10 85 5 10 150 5 5 2 ......000 hectares 48 35 600 115 2............ Japan ............ Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production.13 17...262 40 48 4...............000 hectares 48 35 540 132 2.......................200 216 7.... 1...... Russia ........... 3 9 11 57 7 11 ......... Others .....757 130 279 58 Metric tons 1.........................69 2....... Israel ................ Office of Global Analysis.............08 1.................................................996 12. EU-27 ............ yield... Canada ..126 17........69 6....83 2.374 6....... 212 248 433 1 Flour and products reported in terms of grain equivalent....................00 2...... 9 103 7 13 ........... 270 318 504 Principle importing countries: Croatia ....... Table 1-20.............................................23 3......... FAS...67 0.77 203 178 189 Total ... EU-27 ..................74 2....................... Others .....000 metric tons 1............. Belarus ..36 1............................. 2008/2009–2010/2011 2 Country 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 3 1......................38 0..000 metric tons 55 20 1.................................557 2....836 United States .. 2 Year beginning July 1.. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00013 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-13... Office of Global Analysis. and production in specified countries..................................................................... 6.588 70 7 1..... 112 140 293 United States .................56 1.147 138 461 60 1........................ ........ supply............. supply..........71 3............................ and distribution.....700 280 9.34 Metric tons 1... Ukraine . 3 8 ........33 Metric tons 1........86 2...........664 2.......................... Norway .43 3......... 3 2 ........... Kazakhstan ............................ 3 Preliminary.......505 247 1............. 109 102 107 1.......... (202) 720-6301............

......000 cwt.0 3.0 2.....000 dollars 925. Off farms 1 Dec.0 3..738.0 3.257 152..660 Pounds 6. in warehouses not attached to mills.000 cwt.. VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12....063 143..325 37. NASS.286 23..898 7..0 2..—Rice...995.623 70..0 575...090 3.300 3..... United States.555 157. and production......881 103..733 219. Crops Branch..725 183.......0 43.347.822 1.225 571 2...310.... United States.680 53....481 8.. .0 786...578 6..228 3..997.697. (202) 720–2127.0 3.08 7.384.0 2..0 2.....980 6....0 668..165 57....220 395 876 1...850 92. ..40 12.420 48.235 153...AG8 USDA ...314. 1 Mar.....783 2.0 2.0 630.. ..505 18..0 575.720 1.293 6....0 3.670 6.0 52...260 6...80 16.. 26.......65 9..... 2008 .802 51.0 3... Table 1-23...0 27.. .408 43.....871 3.195 Long grain 1..0 644.. 1 1.. NASS.220 43.490 7..628 1. and in ports or in transit.734.603.610 1.180 1....—Rice.553 1.....373 6....0 574..291 57... 5.981 23..0 2......135.0 43..838.375 7..000 cwt.151 101.815 7..... United States. 2 Preliminary......865 28.—Rice...000 6...80 14....0 66.105 52. Table 1-22. 2010 .479 6..944 28. yield.....727 6..895 1...720 4....445 177.000 cwt..518 97...516 86..105 8.........628..496 6.310 3... 2003 ...000 cwt..850 243. 46........201 48...145 81...833 194..615..022....186.207...897 232... 52..725 27.......701.....522 6...011 170......0 2.. . production..787 29...... .. 1.846 18. 1 Aug... and value.... .... .826.0 2...990.243 149...240. 2004 .585 198.. yield...........515 81....317 1.....180 58...821. received by farmers Production 1.33 7.......063 47...571.000 cwt.I–14 GRAIN AND FEED Table 1-21.630 52....325.000 acres 3....000 acres 2.0 2..... Crops Branch..........000 acres 26.. 2007 ..296 Medium grain 1...125 147... 2001–2010 Area harvested Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ...364...917 1 Stocks at mills and in attached warehouses.0 Production Long grain Medium grain Short grain Pounds 6.. 1.49 8. by length of grain: Area..0 Pounds 6.880 63.....460 3.834 2...0 3... ..... 2002–2011 Year beginning previous December On farms 2002 .. 2009 .....236 3..325 7.....465 33.. (202) 720–2127.706 102. 1 Mar. 215..000 acres 3. 1 Dec.071 104.772 1. 81...713 23. .664 NASS....40 Value of production 1... .0 2..512..588 6....0 705...761.........074. 1 Aug..743 6.... .052...416 76..990 1 Sweet rice yield and production included in 2003 as short grain but not in previous years......000 cwt. (202) 720-2127.......042 80.825 33...0 51..545 58..0 2... ..846 7..516 2...098 6... 167. 2006 ..........052 7..0 2.815 1.. 31...0 2.0 2..200 3..073 69...706 3.209..0 Yield per acre Short grain 1.362 222....350.0 746...0 3...........085 6...055 979.451 6..270 210..265...0 Medium grain 1........ 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00014 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-14....600.154 109.783 75... .636.689 42......96 12..... .103... rough: Stocks on and off farms.015 22.748.0 2...590 30...... Long grain 1........ ...000 acres 591... 2011 2 .000 cwt.... NA-not available....629 18....0 61...0 3..166 63... 2005 ....530 51.598 1..........815 91..988 6.....948 1.976..615 6.801 7...0 2.0 3.....0 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Area harvested Yield per acre 1..192 5.. Crops Branch..25 4.630 6..176 37.631 8.....000 cwt....144 Short grain 1...197 6..388 203..193 80....203 8......... .0 3.....213 6.0 49.. 2001–2010 1 Year Area planted .... rough: Area.486 Pounds 7...104 Dollars 4.569 1. 101..960 199.250 47..334..0 55.219 6.726 109.......624 6...822 35......725 Marketing year average price per cwt.923 21.........000 cwt.

.676 2.... ..857 32.......861 3.......2 17....953 113.... ...0 232....761 23.........9 264....293 37.... (202) 694–5292....8 194..5 Seed Total Million cwt.........000 cwt.5 39.......6 103...8 232.......... (202) 720–2127. .2 19.. processing..989 49.7 124.225 43.6 3.....8 23........733 59...3 211......9 Exports 2 Total disappearance Million cwt......520 37......723 75. 1 Oct.........AG8 USDA ..344 15.... 2005 .6 Million cwt..912 3....636 1.. NASS.026 28.2 123....176 2. 16..755 33... 1......... 2008 .5 30......881 112..012 8.... .093 9.673 8......5 30...... 22...0 18...1 4.853 1.......799 124...7 110..... .......207 64.. ...7 269....... 1 Mar............041 54.053 NA 1.. 2011 3 . 2001–2010 1 Supply Year beginning August Beginning stocks 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Million cwt...... 1..698 19.. 2005 . 2006 ..........6 252...0 231.... 1 Consolidated supply and disappearance of rough and milled rice.................525 40. 2008 ..5 3............................8 105...... United States..000 cwt.... 35.691 2..226 67.... 2 Trade data from Bureau of the Census.108 76...4 3.....035 19...........0 13. 215.. 2006 ......000 cwt.000 cwt..413 2.. 1........4 36..6 37.....887 11.... 2009 ...2 14..5 137. 2003 ...9 4........... 2008 ....... 2004 ..892 2.5 3.....925 3...0 3........ 2003 ..7 43.....3 Million cwt...... 2011 3 ..7 37........... & residual 3 Million cwt...9 90...... 39...... 1.....7 119....1 20........ 1 Jun.562 36....000 cwt................. ...................994 86....7 258...000 cwt.9 232.4 222..0 39.... . 2006 ......9 243... .. .. ... . 256.7 219........0 238... Market and Trade Economics Division...0 26.......264 46..5 116... .0 218......671 79. 2010 ........ . ....028 1..203 1 Estimates began in 2008..6 198.736 51.... 1 2 Long grain 2002 .... 2....0 39....299 25.580 34...3 124.... 2002–2011 Year beginning previous December Dec.............000 cwt.......... 2003 .......372 7....722 18....9 19..755 2....2 3......554 1...0 199............395 31.... 2011 3 ....316 1.874 2..... 83..327 Short grain 2002 . 13.....101 17... 2007 ....—Rough and milled rice (rough equivalent): Supply and disappearance...477 7......1 108... .........864 2002 .6 23....261 4..........994 103.....910 86.023 1....3 109.......607 2.000 cwt............ 218.702 2.......4 269. 123.........079 872 1.301 103.8 118....485 109.. 2010 .............7 218... 2004 ....112 1........... ...8 249..3 94...270 1..2 277..921 1..8 114.3 29......... 2005 .....8 127....... .. 4...7 4...571 25...255 2...870 1... 28.. 109... 2 California only........ ..532 32. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00015 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-15.... 4 Not 589 638 593 820 795 823 1... 2010 .2 261... ...527 7......... 2..........000 cwt..688 4....897 93......738 16.. 2004 .......1 Disappearance Imports 2 Million cwt.............918 38.. 2009 .3 297... 94..5 Ending stocks July 31 Million cwt...1 222....3 Total Million cwt. by length of grain: Stocks in all positions. ..620 96. 1.802 37.791 8..4 108.... Production Million cwt. ..3 111..000 cwt..8 15.........1 126.....AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 I–15 Table 1-24........000 cwt....... rough...000 cwt.301 2..5 48..317 972 363 407 370 470 (4) 412 (4) 522 (4) NA published to avoid disclosing individual reports.........0 134..... 28.3 29..8 23... not available......084 938 3.....506 1........600 3..... 2009 ..... 8........5 36.... 1..3 113.. 1...................6 124.7 43. ...743 11..921 2...7 123..760 10...... Milled rice data converted to a rough basis using annually derived extraction rates as factors..005 32.347 2...083 2..8 128.... NA- Table 1-25. and marketing.. ERS... industrial......5 Totals may not add due to independent rounding..430 122... ...... ....548 1...0 26.........5 .9 Food...847 1..0 122. VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12..584 24.. 1. 3 The residual includes unaccounted losses in transporting.. Crops Branch. 119...........8 120.4 115.....196 6..8 241........... ...000 cwt..529 26........284 12.. 434 59 169 172 (4) 77 (4) 372 (4) NA Medium grain 1.000 cwt.127 69....—Rice. .. 42..410 3 Preliminary....515 25...5 234.000 cwt......4 203.... 2007 . United States. 2007 .. 1 1 Aug..618 3..

000 acres 1...791.600 6.988 621 26.0 1. 2009 2010 2 2008 2008 2009 2010 2 1....0 1.. MO ..052 7.834 2.000 acres acres acres acres acres acres Pounds Pounds Pounds 1... VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12.995.200 5.604 US ..730 1. 12.725 183...000 1.600 Pounds 6.480 519.200 6...0 243....820 6.. 2..800 6.. MO .. MS ......000 cwt.305 204 380 1.100 230.—Rice: Area.868 1.0 2.... 99.0 184. and production.700 3. MS .800 7.000 1. 60 3.0 229.890 39...030 27..0 450.. 84.010 8...020 470.0 202.0 1..000 cwt....0 4.. CA .0 Pounds 6.710 7.245 20.. yield. NASS.0 197.740 6.0 170.0 199.0 6.000 acres 224.0 1..166 63.0 470.200 1..190 15..850 243.—Rice.0 170.0 Pounds 6...785. 6. Crops Branch....0 40.600 8.... by State and United States. Table 1-27.0 172.522 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 Pounds 6.... 575..... (202) 720–2127.000 cwt.0 245. LA ..804 29.250 1.0 3.0 188.0 8.0 3..774 1...0 3.000 cwt..460 7..000 6.0 6.0 253. 15....0 558.. 102..675 44....700 6..... 115.... 1.....265..0 561.296 Pounds 7.201 1.085 2010 2 6..000 acres 1.173 11. by State and United States.200 1.0 5.0 6.400 Pounds 6.470..037 15..460 5.714 312 30.245.0 303..0 54.600 6.0 165..490 7.0 5....636.687 13. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00016 2009 2010 2 2008 6..401.725 2 Preliminary.0 2.0 1.0 8..135.041 11..0 464. 51.700 6.000 cwt..203 Short grain AR ..000 acres 1.....0 243....760 5.. TX .. LA ...550 6...395..295.219 12.103....0 3.850 6.0 5.. TX ..000 acres 1...0 540.. Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-16.000 cwt.162 330 25.0 1.. 2008–2010 Area harvested Yield per acre Production State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 AR ...468 2.0 3. CA .830 6.. 60 3.104 1 Sweet rice acreage included with short grain. 1.0 495...660 47.000 6. 85.912 16...000 cwt...281 13. by length of grain: Area. yield... US ..702 43.0 6.0 3.195 3. 92...160 1.756 16.0 410. 2008–2010 1 Area planted Area harvested Yield per harvested acre Production State 2008 AR .326 32..0 Pounds 6.281 13.900 US ..0 229.0 50..373 6.743 6. CA .0 305.0 197...590.620 6.159 847 132 138 1...900 7..0 1.733 219.000 7.000 cwt.0 6. NASS.AG8 USDA . 60 2.000 cwt. CA .0 6.0 553..0 2.0 51.950 7.0 505.901 41..0 200.0 2.0 1. (202) 720–2127..410 2.486 153.710 6.640 6.0 1.0 786..0 500...I–16 GRAIN AND FEED Table 1-26...0 464..0 1..0 458...050 6.850 200.938 43...248 6.000 cwt.770 Pounds 6.0 535.254 13. TX .770 7. and production.660 6.760 6..821 1.0 251..0 6.423 13.300 6..000 1.257 152..0 189..960 8..320 6.0 556.846 2009 7.120 6...850 6. MO ..976.291 57..000 acres 194..021 13..500 1.000 cwt.0 14....380 233 220 8.0 2.826. 1..900 US .0 203...0 43.0 171..0 746.000 cwt..217 16...000 acres 1..0 9.486. Crops Branch.000 1.0 303.664 1 Preliminary..0 52.320 8.620 6.900 5...924 47..144 Long grain Medium grain AR ..500 Pounds 6..625 20..350.0 42..310 3.000 acres 1.687 13.615.000 1..110 6...0 248....650 8. LA .0 517.850 6.480 175...0 1.000 acres 99..756 16.

2009 ..............50 17.....—Rice.496 1... .............370 3.000 dollars 1..... ...... (202) 720–2127..............000 cwt..000 cwt.... 2004 ........ 2006 ........... ............ 1 1 Aug............. ......000 cwt..136 792 1................ ...... 2006 .......338 3....070 1............ .... 1................ .........821 210...... ......... MS ....... 2.000 cwt... 2005 . 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 1. 2007 .............. TX ..........546 2....... .........325 416......... 61 66 1...089 3........00 12..... ....80 14. ..........325 1.............. 78 57 47 53 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 72 60 77 56 53 48 59 51 60 45 53 30 31 * 36 * * 36 * * H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-17NEW......803 2......670 157.......552 2..240 183. 1....................025 173....... ..... LA ...60 13.. 569 530 1.................80 11... ........ 110 59 122 69 53 98 69 69 74 62 Frm 00017 1.. 1 Mar...022 2...........194 1...... 1.................000 cwt..........580 181.................... ...000 dollars 1...... 2002 ...................... milled............30 11..........682 2...............796 4.... ................531 1.......... Table 1-29............... ........ by State and United States... .460 3.....................989 2... ...........330.............. 2010 ................472 1...... 80 2010 ...... MO .....90 Dollars 11. 55 2008 ....305 2. .222 3. ..............504 2....................... 1............ 62 2003 ....... 73 2011 3 .. ......... by length of grain: Stocks in all positions........743 1......40 3.....629 2. ....... 2008–2010 Marketing year average price per cwt.....338.................—Rice: Marketing year average price and value.. ........656 2..... 1 2 1.300 2.....394.... 2008 ......739 1. 850 823 1.... ...........000 cwt......000 cwt.........40 12....576 US ..... 16.....000 cwt..........238 226.......... ............000 cwt...... 1 Sep....... ......803 1....................000 917 1..982 936...... 58 2004 .. 1 4 Oct........658 2.......... VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12..... 1 Jun...263 789....................236 3..... 2010 .........990 1 Preliminary. .... 2003 ...665 1.. 986 1...... 2011 3 ..000 cwt..90 11.. 2002–2011 Year beginning previous December Whole kernels (head rice) Dec............................. Crops Branch........................40 15....032 543 547 804 395 536 508 689 799 845 1... 3..........188 981 Short grain 1.....351 2.. ...AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 I–17 Table 1-28... 97 See footnotes at end of table.......80 15................157 170............ 2009 .. .... Value of production State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 AR ....90 10...........000 cwt....... .............. 75 2007 . .....AG8 USDA ........924 1.90 12.............. ....638 2.......043 3..293 1............511 1...000 cwt.....000 cwt................. 2..... .. Dollars 15.925 1...... 92 2009 .291 23 9 8 * 7 * * * * * Medium grain 2002 ........ 388 277 322 363 422 * * * 454 399 1....40 13......000 cwt.. 1. .074.90 12....... .......796 2..... 114 2005 ..........680 1..........674 2..958 379.....70 Dollars 13.....................................038 1...015 3...788 2.......370 241...............000 cwt.....00 27... United States.. 2003 .........................247 653 958 1..... 2008 ........209.......000 cwt................................... Long grain 2002 .............390 3.........70 1.065 1....... ..... 2...735 978 1.. 2004 ... 3.......... 622 1............ 31 2006 .............. .............. ........... ... ...... NASS.... CA ......622 2. 2005 ..........328 1.....50 15......................183...40 19......000 dollars 1............. 2007 ......603.... ......251 2....880 1...003 388.......... 2011 3 .454 2..787 186...........000 cwt... ...000 cwt........

.. ....... 696 1........... 2003 ...... 2002 .............. ................... 2004 ....................... ........................ 1........ 648 1.......... .. .....................................................000 cwt....................... 2008 .... .. ......... .... .000 cwt. 2004 .....000 cwt. .................................. 139 146 22 28 162 * 163 64 20 91 1... ................ ........ 2005 ................. 2007 .......... .......... 2011 3 ...... 2007 . NASS.000 cwt....................... ..000 cwt.. ...................... 2003 ............ VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12.... 2009 .......................... 2002–2011—Continued Year beginning previous December Broken kernels 5 Dec..... ......................................................... United States..... .............. .... 1 Mar.. ....... ......................000 cwt..... 1 2 Second heads 2002 ... ... 543 859 1.............................—Rice.............. ........... milled........ 2009 ... 246 587 167 * 128 * * * * NA 1.. ..................... 379 704 247 673 1.....................................................000 cwt... .......... 2005 .................................... .. ...................... 1 Sep.......000 cwt................. 4 Estimates began in 2010....................... .................................. 5 Screenings included in second heads in California... 2008 . 145 61 34 153 1...... ....................... 1 4 Oct... .... .....AG8 USDA .................................. ....... ......... .............000 cwt........... NA-not available................066 515 619 235 307 488 1....................................... 1............. ...................... ...... 1 Jun.................... 115 242 125 123 320 163 533 437 662 799 1.............. * Not published to avoid disclosing individual operations. ..000 cwt................ .................. 133 62 77 40 84 81 206 3 93 75 1..................................... 2011 3 ....... 2011 3 ...... (202) 720–2127................... ............. ...................000 cwt........... 123 91 71 21 198 90 195 42 52 110 1....... . 2006 ............... 2006 . 825 1........ 3 Preliminary............190 1.........................000 cwt....... 2 California only.. .............199 512 370 562 852 794 707 634 1........ ....................000 cwt.026 968 460 795 240 853 661 1.. 2010 ............................... ..... 2010 .............. 2004 ....... ................. 906 828 961 817 2002 ....465 670 992 1..............374 888 1......... ............... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00018 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-17NEWB... 2009 .. 2005 ..000 cwt..........000 cwt... 2008 ......... ..... . by length of grain: Stocks in all positions........................... .............. ......... 1...................... 209 104 113 152 297 150 249 21 247 786 1.............000 cwt......... . 1........ 2006 ............................................ 422 743 1.......... ..............000 cwt.... Crops Branch....... 2003 ............................. .. 2010 ............ 2007 .............. 1 1 Aug............................................000 cwt......... 106 97 1.... Screenings Brewers 72 225 114 89 299 * 239 527 252 647 16 12 13 * 175 * * * * NA 1 Estimates began in 2008.......................I–18 GRAIN AND FEED Table 1-29..

........................... not calculated in this table. Guatemala ...65 2.............................. rough: Support operations...... Korea......3 92...00 2...0 0...... Payment rates for the 2002/2003 and subsequent crops are calculated according to the Direct and Counter-cyclical program provisions................. Saudi Arabia ...... .................35/0.............00 2.437 4.... Beginning with 2002/2003.........50 10............. .. NA-not applicable.......00 2....00 2........... Israel(*) .............. following enactment of the Farm Security and Rural Investment Act of 2002 (2002 Act)....35/0.........0 0...........35/0...................... ............ 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00019 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-18..................0 0.................... Niger ................. 2007.....AG8 USDA .....................................0 0.0 0.........................50 Dollars NA 10........9 47..... Nicaragua .........3 138......0 0....................... (202) 720–6219.50 10........................ 3 Includes countries not shown..........................5 45............................ VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12..................... Senegal ....—Rice. Honduras ....4 61............810 3......................... by country of destination.. ...50 6..... Venezuela ................... Grain and Feed Division......0 132..........0 0........gov/grain/default........ 2008–2010 1 Year Country of destination 2008 2009 2010 2 1.............................................. Costa Rica ..... 3 Target prices were reestablished under the 2002 Act.............................0 0..............................................AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 I–19 Table 1-30......... Table 1-31....3 0....8 91................. Dominican Republic ............... Canada ...0 0..................................504 1 Year beginning Jan 1..0 0......82 2...35/0........35/0.50 10..... Taiwan ................ Ghana .... South .....000 metric tons 1...........fas..000 metric tons 1..........................50 10............................ Brazil .......... Income support payment rates per cwt 1 Dollars 4...8 42...............0 0......................0 0......50 10........7 72.... 3........0 Percent 59....................50 6......50 10................5 30.......... .............. Jordan .. 2001–2011 Marketing year beginning August 1 2001/2002 2002/2003 2003/2004 2004/2005 2005/2006 2006/2007 2007/2008 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 ........8 0........50 6...... producers who participate in the Average Crop Revenue Election (ACRE) program get a 30 percent reduction in their loan rate.07 2...............................000 metric tons Mexico .. (202) 720-5653.......... Haiti ...6 84.........50 6.00 Program price levels per cwt Put under loan Quantity Loan 2 Target 3 Dollars 6. FSA............ ................... Japan ....50 6....50 6............8 35..............................6 63..... United Kingdom ............ Food Grains.50 10. www..................... Turkey ..............0 Million cwt 0........50 6........—Rice: United States exports (milled basis)........35/0.50 6...... Papua New Guinea ........4 67. Togo ....5 62....html......................... Nigeria ........50 Million cwt 128... El Salvador ..4 1 Payment rates for the 1998/1999 through 2001/2002 crops were calculated according to the Production Flexibility Contract (PFC) program provisions of the Federal Agriculture Improvement and Reform Act of 1996 (1996 Act) and include supplemental PFC payment rates for 1998 through 2001.................................... 2 Starting in 2009..................0 0.................................... Jamaica ......................... 2 2010 data does not reflect 13 month changes.......8 86.. ...................... Panama ...35/0......................... the first entry is the direct payment rate and the second entry is the counter-cyclical payment rate........................... (*) denotes a country that is a summarization of its component countries...35/1..........usda....0 0...................... 779 134 314 289 275 248 65 139 115 131 108 74 28 113 24 93 75 1 76 60 66 40 2 2 1 41 1 18 55 443 827 44 44 277 401 219 121 132 100 115 42 43 34 114 94 110 88 51 65 37 59 32 4 14 0 2 10 26 22 309 818 428 358 329 319 232 208 122 119 115 105 97 92 88 87 83 78 76 67 63 53 47 41 39 35 35 25 24 23 297 World Total 3 ......9 35........3 Percentage of production Acquired by CCC under loan program 4 Owned by CCC at end of marketing year Million cwt 0....... Libya ... FAS....0 0...2 147................35/0.......49 2......... Other Partners .............................................. Iraq ........50 10..50 6.................... . United States...... .............50 2...... 4 Acquisitions for 2006/2007 as of September 30..........1 0...

Brazil ............711 9......350 10....... and distribution..........................860 1...47 2..I–20 GRAIN AND FEED Table 1-32. Office of Global Analysis.............. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00020 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-19..900 9....040 1.....069 16.......052 800 747 2...... 1............072 14...570 10.......AG8 USDA ..600 2.......700 29.....240 45.339 250 1.086 1........................ Burma .......262 25......090 2.....400 2...912 Metric tons 4.550 136......060 907 1..........28 1....19 4.200 1................676 Principle importing countries: Bangladesh ...........546 7......... China... supply......000 650 1....000 metric tons 31...............860 7. Brazil ...657 10.....81 2.766 156.925 442.................................... 602 800 1.952 432..........170 1..089 31...01 4..... milled equivalent: International trade..000 metric tons 32.... and and distribution statistics from foreign governments...39 2........... 25... Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production.......19 4.................... Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production..18 4.......600 1.............750 2....527 Total .....107 Total Foreign .81 5...000 6..........28 4........ Others ..............000 metric tons 1......668 154...........94 7. 1....909 6... and distribution statistics from foreign governments.........26 447.........59 3........100 1.....667 7......540 10....... Saudi Arabia ............000 hectares 11......405 10...000 metric tons Principle exporting countries: Argentina .....000 1.............200 1...........................30 2.317 1... Iran .............765 7....... Nigeria .........147 29...... Phillippines ....670 976 1..058 450..646 United States .........80 2.....78 5.... Cambodia .................. yield..... EU-27 . China .....900 1....925 31.........450 900 1...................... India ..463 7...100 1.993 58.........................574 28..................208 625 650 700 1.177 28....78 3...256 1.88 6...............393 56.....150 1.......940 7............400 12........... (202) 720-6301.......550 20...032 3............................345 4.... supply........51 3........910 8. Malaysia ..528 10.........150 1....330 99.............52 2...... 156..........000 8..............755 19...........200 600 2.000 9......422 90 900 1.........................800 2............. Indonesia ....627 4.... and production in specified countries..........515 3...........80 6..............133 7.800 7........750 1.24 4............. 157........070 1.872 156.........................882 2......000 29... 27.....60 6........772 20..624 4...820 44....000 metric tons 31..750 2.........628 4.........82 440..........952 1.......500 36.........850 24........150 134....... Thailand .............. Others ........22 4....523 FAS... Vietnam ...... Burma..52 3. Philippines .. Vietnam .000 94......54 6........07 2.....000 hectares 11....—Rice..570 987 5.......720 10. Others ........ supply........................ milled: Area. 554 569 1...........900 7............... (202) 720-6301.385 1.149 United States ........56 3. Cote d’Ivoire ............... Table 1-33......850 12....300 1............500 10....545 24..... Thailand .....61 6..090 36...000 metric tons 1...567 27............................... 2008/2009–2010/2011 Area Country Yield per hectare Production 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 Bangladesh .....440 1...750 137.....................100 2.............73 6.....65 6........415 25..77 2........047 715 6................ India ...074 Total Foreign ...33 2.................... Peoples .....204 1.—Rice........910 Total foreign .. Office of Global Analysis.........68 7... 610 604 556 Total .....000 hectares 11...............000 1..... 28...........893 27.. Uruguay .... Japan .....180 38... Union of ... 3...69 2..............664 430 445 445 1.000 29.88 5..110 1.....029 10....... Indonesia ......... 2008/2009–2010/2011 Country 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 1. Pakistan .....554 Total ... Iraq .....022 158....334 24...... 26.....400 2.........734 2..... VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12...22 4............260 24....................370 7.......................200 FAS.................804 56..543 28.........100 16................967 United States ...............000 7.....950 1..............310 8...............570 89...............000 12...627 41...900 4......498 440.27 Metric tons 4...81 2..56 3.32 Metric tons 4..........................

28 4.800. United States...875 12..... terminals...000 bushels 2..92 ...900 2. 2010 1 Area planted.200 1...49 3.000 1..69 4.17 5.194...930 6. 1 Soft White Medium Texas Milled Rice Long Dollars Dollars per cwt.800 484.055.82 19.000 tons 101..748.382 88.314 Tons 16...400 NA Off farms 1 Sep....718 1..000 4.330 70.229 111.350. Table 1-36.03 8.9 164..091 1..65 16..81 34.47 22...576..620. 3.82 .000 6...900 438.. 4. 1 Hard 1 Hard Wheat..55 5.....932.. 2006 .122 6.3 142.. .000 NA 1.200 1.065...989..000 bushels 2.100 NA Dec... .....590.540...32 5.. 6...2 129. 1.030.137......10 5.000 4...27 11.000 dollars 18..858..21 7. Table 1-35.472 1....293. crop year begins in June. ...706... NASS.222.. 2009 . 2005 .083... 2007 . 2003 .55 4..27 NA 6.000 3. NASS..430.... 1 Hard Winter (truck red) Dollars per bushel 3..754..192 Area harvested 1.. Livestock and Grain Market News branch.22 14..462..000 bushels 3...929 81.22 14...009.982 86.55 5... and processors.. No..325.... 2 For wheat and rye.....000 4..000 5.355.944 73.308..86 4..187 10...364.56 19...06 3..631 75. No..605 5.58 Chicago Wheat...112..626 601... Winter..16 7. 2003 .057..75 4.. and value.482...101 5.12 29..... (202) 720–2127....20 4.567 Production 1. NA-not available.3 1 Preliminary.. 14% protein Rye.04 39... 2 Soft Red Winter (truck) Dollars per bushel 3.488 3.80 5..91 40...89 5.290 1....53 19..091..531... 20 day delivery (truck) Dollars Dollars per bushel per bushel 3..32 2....250 3.971 2.882... per cwt..140 1..94 71.671 NA 1....000 bushels 9.970.97 38. (202) 720–2127....000 5..51 17.400 2.547 1...3 147..966. .. yield.965 5.687 NA 1 Includes stocks at mills..619 108... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00021 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 2 Old crop only.292 11..57 23....06 3... Dollars per bushel 3.....056... 2008 .254 24..000 6.011 54.650.837.603 80.....160 Yield per harvested acre 1. No.36 S. .581 11. 2001–2010 Corn for grain Year 2001 .300 2. 2010 ..312.769 1. 2007 ..9 149..25 6..667.43 5..144.619...53 19.085 3. 1 2 1...24 7.47 3...00 30..41 27.. 2008 .63 3.530...1 150...497. No.000 acres 68.123 13. available..805..199 1..12 4..377.45 Dollars per bushel 3.68 Long Dollars per cwt.35 ..32 3...85 24...72 4....615 46...58 36..768 69..01 11.787 10... 1 Dark Northern Spring (rail).07 7. 1 Jun. VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12..715 2..AG8 USDA ..286. . No..020..... ......000 bushels 1...50 6.. 2 Soft Red Ordinary 13% protein Winter (rail) Protein (rail) (rail) .865 Corn for silage Marketing year average price per bushel Dollars 1.448 24. .46 21.3 19. 2003–2010 1 Kansas City Calendar year 2 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ...4 16.. all purposes 1..302..46 23.6 14.09 3.873 2.....000 bushels 586..6 18.......878. 21...28 5. 1 Mar.142 7.490 81..7 152..29 6...01 3..100 499.7 153. 2002–2011 Year beginning previous December Dec.000 4.. No..—Food grains: Average price.000 3.459 2..869.000 bushels 1..44 7..7 19... 1 Mar.894 78.26 4.5 18..97 5.502.........305..000 bushels 5.66 3.07 3...11 6.027 2... 2 Soft Red Winter (rail) Calendar year 2 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Minneapolis (rail) Wheat...191......2 160...638 86.38 21...3 17....959 49.779 78.275. 2004 . 2011 3 ...14 4.000 820...294 106...93 5.. 3 Preliminary.... 16. Wheat.0 16......—Corn: Area.56 5.. 2009 ... ....22 15......287 32. 1 Sep.117 2. 1 On farms Jun.85 8..35 4....... elevators.. Crops Branch...47 5.209 107...378 107..738..091..178.702 78.19 7...819 20..8 Production 1. 1 2002 .145.90 Dollars per bushel 3.93 26. 2004 .06 2.131.327 93.066 66..2 17..500 485.AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 I–21 Table 1-34.28 22.600 1...950 607.440...913 22...21 7...80 Portland Wheat No...72 23..472.36 Arkansas Milled Rice Long Dollars Dollars per bushel per cwt.787 NA 1.957 3...500 749..773 520..000 6..862 12..460 3.42 2.527 85.85 36..... .75 Dollars per bushel 4..37 16. No.85 6.583 6.58 Denver Wheat.. warehouses.. Louisiana Milled Rice Medium St..520 78...91 18.. Louis Wheat.707 3.078.826.. Winter.. .32 17. For rice.000 2.. production...661 843...60 5..500 1.06 9.992 102.722 2.. 20....073.05 23...97 4.... No..... NA-not H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-20.00 3. 2006 .79 Dollars per bushel 3...40 Value of production Area harvested 1..000 4...600 1.263 2.217.666.843 2.97 2.. AMS.000 6.570 79. .780. ...293 107.000 6.000 2..... 22..W..—Corn: Stocks on and off farms.....000 3.... Crops Branch.085.124..060 5.....000 acres 6..811 1.49 5.500 460...775 3.46 1 Simple average of daily prices...330.328 2.293 106...011.106 3.087..548.334 2..205..96 6..06 .... 2002 .63 4... No...04 4.145 3. crop year begins in August.648 13.82 6..36 3.... 1 Hard Amber Durum (milling) (rail) Wheat.405. selected markets and grades.91 Dollars per cwt..36 3..487 6.580 8.88 26.25 5.. .446 Yield per harvested acre Bushels 138..446...513 2..30 3...... 3..940.486 105.47 19..50 35..000 acres 75. Wheat..627.000 bushels 2.92 5.58 5..33 7...000 7. 2005 ..40 3.489. 2..241.734..29 7. 1 2 1. United States.117 70.. (202) 720–6231.

0 34 136. MD .320 1.000 bushels 29.0 121.750 690 2.0 180.600 598.0 136. (202) 720–2127.. CA .100 (2) (2) 8.570 3. NH .0 215. MI .0 117.150 80 9.800 5...0 500 144.0 140.740 3..500 76.000 670 2...600 5.440 2.300 3..100 87.600 730 3.0 3...100 138.200 74. ME .611 (2) 36.520 70.382 88....0 108.000 144.094 11.000 acres 235 15 430 170 1.630 1..000 35.100 1....750 80.600 4. and production.0 124.880 301..650 (2) (2) 8.244.730 93..400 2.900 90 1.625 (2) 309.0 145.150 695 2. DE .952 1.220 133.575...625 2.393.590 1.0 2.0 148.0 177.290 6.550 710 2.0 145.0 50 134.000 381.0 245 140.0 340 115.960 17 (2) 330 105 30 2.0 130.000 acres 270 45 390 610 1..600 3.0 126. OR .030 23 (2) 340 90 26 2.0 5..230 22.300 370 60 1.300 164.600 117.000 1.520 (2) 61.0 180.380 394.120 369.0 91.720 18.0 151.800 95 1.800 6..100 546.0 7...700 13.340 510 28 500 17 2.300 189.0 163.050 171..0 134.0 125 205..800 486.100 182.800 2.0 152..625 35.0 153..188.920 26 8...0 155...0 1.600 116.292.120 320 33 880 (2) 315 4.930 45 1.8 12.900 92.. VA .0 1. PA .0 (2) (2) (2) 335 65.0 153.760 1. NY .0 111.040 2.648 13.0 128.250 79.140 320 32 920 (2) 320 4. NASS.650 134.800 3.. 2012 2 Not Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00022 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-21.680 28.0 182.525 19.100 873.0 4. 2008–2010 Area planted for all purposes State Corn for grain Area harvested Yield per harvested acre 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 AL ..400 630 2.635 3.850 163..0 380 155..090 7..880 52 1.0 8.000 bushels 27..320 254. NJ .0 195.0 3.650 33.000 72 9.7 Bushels 116.740 285. WI .0 (2) (2) (2) 173 125..200 36. MO .0 150..400 7.210 520 29 460 19 2.0 165. ID .200 933. MT .0 180 195.880 131.470 (2) 23.0 175.968 2009 1.0 140.860 1..160 64.950 3.800 5 15 85 140 1.250 581.150 610 (2) 425 (2) 2.570 79..0 640 118.... SD .0 148...0 (2) 150.180.000 acres 260 50 440 670 1..010 44.0 3.150 138.0 840 78.0 (2) (2) (2) 430 121.000 5.0 132..475 585.0 145.760 3.600 13.. 1.0 22 165.400 (2) 295. TX .200 7.600 2.400 4.490 81. yield. by State and United States.0 180. KS .0 (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) 71 116..0 4.100 5.770 25.485 569. CT . WY .0 110 170.300 2010 1 1.600 4..800 78 8.0 150.584 9..Bushacres els els 250 104.0 165.350 2 335 5.0 174.700 720 2.—Corn: Area.0 145.520 706.300 (2) (2) 10.360 33.0 125.200 6.0 105.895 2.0 100.0 12.0 13. KY .0 174.140 7.040 (2) 20. IL .050 910 2..010 (2) 152 35 310 80 11.850 (2) (2) 70 50 595 800 1.090 900 2..610 502.400 7. SC ..0 132.0 185.450 3.000 bushels 24. LA ..0 157.500 60.850 1.460 13.070 870 1.0 23 157.946.0 148.153..0 1. NV .956 (2) 20.400 13.0 174.0 910 133..0 590 144.480 (2) 30.I–22 GRAIN AND FEED Table 1-37.446.000 acres 280 50 430 550 1..000 (2) 45. WA ..420 152. VT .475 66. ND .340 253. CO .900 13. MA .550 (2) ( 2) 74 55 640 830 2.0 66 180. MS .420.250 27 160 70 370 300 12.0 (2) 91.350 65 91 480 170 47 3.0 (2) (2) (2) 310 108. GA .0 25 105.0 (2) 67.675 43.300 70 94 470 165 43 3.0 105.0 (2) 115.0 Production 2008 1.469.440 (2) 48.0 200.680 590 1.300 70 92 490 200 48 3.880 88. RI .0 153.800 14.862 12.0 178.0 29 130.460 12.0 180.650 35 8.150 4 15 80 140 1..000 acres 250 20 410 160 990 (2) 163 37 370 80 11.9 2009 2010 1 164.600 2. 85.0 166.053..900 5.300 3.635 (2) 43.0 670 140.0 (2) 106..192 78. MN ..800 1.000 4.000 Bush..330 26 180 60 295 320 12.780 448..0 117.. Crops Branch.680 87..620 57.0 123.0 90.0 155.865 estimated. TN ..0 135.160 533.880 124.0 162.0 (2) (2) 114.. VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12.982 86..091.600 6.320 1.0 210.000 3. NM . OH .000 3.350 2 355 4.AG8 USDA . NE .350 2 350 4.600 200.0 135.320 73.230 136.0 140.250 152.150 4 15 80 130 1.850 1..0 171.400 179.350 390 60 1.0 143.050 3.440 248. 2008 153.700 750 3.100 91.800 98...091.. AZ .450 370 70 1.580 (2) 315. IA . AR .. FL ..350 7.100 26 170 70 420 300 12.0 151.. NC .700 74.200 700 2.0 US . WV .0 131.570 446.000 4.100 137.0 126. OK .0 215.0 (2) (2) (2) 2.0 157.660 2.800 898.120 510 (2 ) 400 (2 ) 2..220 630 28 470 17 2.080 125..370 (2) 19.560 6.446 1 Preliminary.710 (2) 19.210 137.720 160. UT .200 421.550 3.750 3.560 (2) 35.010 9.130.700 51.0 38 200...800 151.850 90 1.300 3. IN .050 152.0 130.270 135.0 115..0 205.0 143.0 172.

. VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12.362 5.442 10.650 12.967 10.624 0 1..134 2. 2008 .491 1..113 1 2.596 8.387 11.729 5. 3 Projected as of July 12... World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates..980 13. Totals may not add due to independent rounding.AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 I–23 Table 1-38..541 9.087 10.447 30 14.083 4 1. ERS...268 1.....265 920 0 920 920 12.540 3. and industrial Total Total disPrivately GovernExports appearheld 1 ment ance Total 1 Includes quantity under loan and farmer–owned reserve.588 9.432 4..207 1..708 12.081 2.537 8.092 14 13.624 12. Million Million Million Million Million Million Million Million Million Million Million Million bushels bushels bushels bushels bushels bushels bushels bushels bushels bushels bushels bushels 1.190 5.332 1..849 12.304 13..340 7. 2010 2 .795 2.531 12 12.—Corn: Supply and disappearance.903 1. 2005 .842 1..775 6..304 0 1..737 1.578 5.155 2.430 1.110 1..900 10...125 5. United States.673 13..300 2.673 1. seed...000 6.112 9 13.858 4.125 11.038 20 14.185 5.092 8 14....182 5. 2009 ... 2006 .624 1.661 2.056 1. (202) 694–5296.304 1.967 0 1.089 14 11..232 958 0 958 958 11.. Market and Trade Economics Division.687 8.708 1.134 11.025 10..114 2..087 1...Imports tion Total Feed and residual Food. 31 Year beginning September 1 Domestic use Beginning stocks 2002 ..673 0 1..114 11.700 6... 2011 3 ..407 11. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00023 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-21.207 1...066 1..115 3..806 11 12.437 12.510 5.835 13....939 11.497 15 13.235 6.. 2003 .. 2002–2011 Supply Disappearance Ending stocks Aug.708 0 1..818 10. 2 Preliminary..967 1. 2007 . 2011.563 2..967 14 10..774 5.AG8 USDA .760 672 0 672 Produc.019 9. 2004 ..086 1.

........... AZ ......0 17. AR ..600 150 800 1.......0 23...0 20.5 19..... MO .5 16.. ID .5 12...........5 21.0 15.....0 21..035 3.0 10.....950 272 15...........5 23..... IN ...........0 26...314 1 Preliminary... TX .. 2008–2010 Silage State Area harvested Yield per acre 2008 2009 2010 1 1...0 18............058 1...0 16.0 18..190 25 160 4..700 2......0 18....... GA ....5 13.......0 26..5 17..0 18......000 acres 1..0 20.............0 18........980 2... CT .0 21.... KY ..5 15.209 107... NM ...940 1....0 27......................330 100 287 124 1................690 280 13......780 96 270 158 2.010 1.. NH ..5 13......... IL ..5 26...................0 18....5 21..0 20....000 1.0 15..... WA .......0 17.0 19.........AG8 USDA ..................... VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12. KS ....600 825 3....0 21...520 1..938 2....... NC ...........0 17... WV .... MS ...........0 15.......... ND ......0 24.0 23...0 17.0 14..0 Tons 15.410 7.365 7..250 660 5.......0 16.5 19..0 14....780 1..5 24.........0 29..0 18....420 1... CA ............840 3.998 341 75 540 510 5..................—Corn: Utilization for silage..5 27...........0 17.200 4...0 16............. VT ...125 1..360 70 450 825 293 4... 5..0 17................498 1.0 22.0 26.. WY .160 1..0 24..040 3.......... LA ....050 56 13..0 15.... MI .. VA ...0 19.000 tons 135 598 84 11.......3 19.....263 2........ NV ..0 20.0 23.5 27......5 20............3 111...0 18...0 26........0 27..890 1......000 1....0 18..7 19.118 2..5 15...0 16.....0 17..050 2.............. OH . FL .....580 495 78 510 810 5..0 21.200 4.0 17...0 19....325 41 252 3...600 640 1.......5 19........170 39 313 760 210 3....106 8... MT .........000 tons 117 870 45 10....0 13...5 16.......0 18...0 21.. PA .............0 19........ MD . NE ... CO ...........125 6......081 1........0 22....645 650 2...100 2........0 26...0 26.. NASS.....0 18.380 320 864 7.5 12.0 18.0 20..... NY ..913 1...5 16. UT ..0 1..................0 21.... US .... DE ..5 20.....081 1.. IA ......000 acres 10 35 4 495 120 23 6 30 45 215 100 110 200 170 85 5 25 55 15 250 400 15 50 41 160 5 14 10 83 445 55 220 140 30 27 450 2 28 300 55 180 47 86 125 75 16 875 33 1...573 1......567 18....0 20..........080 3.0 25.400 350 728 8....0 14...0 16.........0 14..960 1..0 20....0 16.5 16...730 5.......5 14.. MN .......313 759 1......000 160 900 1......... (202) 720–2127..5 27.. MA .619 108.....0 21..0 18.. WI ... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00024 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-22.944 8....0 15..450 451 70 450 720 5...5 16...0 12......0 12..5 20.0 17.0 18. by State and United States.200 42 160 3..380 495 729 8..400 195 700 902 2... RI .5 15...0 18..........0 27......... SC .........0 16... NJ .....0 18...0 15..0 30..........0 16........605 5..... OK .............295 80 450 780 280 5..0 15.I–24 GRAIN AND FEED Table 1-39..........0 18.0 21.100 2.460 990 2...............................0 23..0 16....0 15...0 13...0 13.... Crops Branch...200 2.....5 25.0 12.........965 2008 2009 Production 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 9 30 3 385 85 22 5 30 30 215 100 110 220 180 60 3 25 40 14 220 380 10 50 45 210 4 15 9 78 470 55 170 170 25 28 420 2 10 250 50 140 47 83 135 65 16 850 32 9 23 4 425 100 22 5 30 45 205 110 130 240 140 70 5 25 60 14 290 350 10 60 45 180 4 14 8 72 455 50 150 140 20 32 400 2 10 270 45 140 46 85 155 75 17 750 30 Tons 15....0 17..411 2...0 15...000 tons 150 1.5 17.........0 22....................0 17..900 2....0 12........0 19. SD ...........0 23.0 25....0 13...634 2..0 20....5 27.025 213 14......0 19...........5 9.......5 16...0 26..000 acres AL ..720 130 301 170 2.. OR ..0 Tons 13.5 14..0 14.... ME .....645 720 2.............805 1............5 20.......075 8.........900 825 2...... TN ....

...........45 4.126 572.748 11......80 5.....355 294.49 3..... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00025 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-23........71 3..051.57 3.....45 5.554 14...........395 25.977 123.........813 14..152 2....25 5........89 4..905......067 709.. MS ......629 1..247..... TN ..650..68 3... TX .....644..520 959..228 108....800 212..029 4.... KS .32 4....656 28.....000 dollars 128. IA ..939... ID ....619 13....380 60...376 18...... MN ......70 5.......53 3..10 4.066...65 4.......05 4.57 4....685 41..417....91 3....42 4..02 3........23 3......14 4..50 5....190 137..32 4..593 158.568..71 4............849 106...23 3...25 5..050 24......080 2..040 636........160 1 Preliminary.....47 3...574 37.428 12. MD ...... IL ... Dollars 5.869 267..563 831.......55 3.73 4...495 1..910 158.......... WI .....80 4.95 5.55 3..581..53 3..92 4...........60 5...57 4.....10 5.939.912 7......12 4.004.01 4...686.....282.AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 I–25 Table 1-40.......70 4........20 5........14 3....027 325...490 229..337 38.......796 3......... by State and United States.10 4...59 3.252 164...........401 16..—Corn for grain: Marketing year average price and value.. LA ..786 7.80 4..45 5..200 22........75 5.........808 213.088.66 4.. UT .200 393........45 4.90 3...........888 165........ AZ ..656 2....... NJ .01 4.12 3........78 4.264 557.40 5..66 3....40 4.45 5.85 4.974....55 5.......541.28 3......... OR .....752 8.....00 1.AG8 USDA ...35 5......873 1...35 5.. NASS..318 1....669 1...030 14...80 4...59 3.470 398...79 4...42 3.......021..920 419....000 dollars 105.... CO . NC ..734........ NY ...132 14........000 248..... MI ...... WA .45 5..... VA . MO .515 365. GA ......213 3....30 4...411 1.35 5..107 2......701 3...........599..317.84 3.....066 66......338 175.614 1....53 4...760 8..400 4..95 4.18 3.....928 1........584 155.. SC ...927 139..........26 5.735...665 285...091.477.920 10...............223.534.......10 4..718 1.50 4..20 5.225 2.40 5..656 14.....15 4....131 317...578 1.............056 336.77 4.12 4...... DE . FL .312.717 5.51 4. PA ...900 4. 4. Crops Branch...666 1.410 89...840 22..279 58....615 46......830 16.747 105.......600....206 212..10 5..283 35.....65 5.... (202) 720–2127...... WY .....50 4..... NM .......300 58.....72 3.624 52..... ND ..... VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12.06 3................050 664......346 505.......128 27....... CA .......011..222 103..088 5......15 5........212.578 124...........954 2..075 15........25 Dollars 3.327..40 5....16 4...90 5. KY ..250 US .110 320..... NE .........80 5......770 30..852 86.55 5....134...886 93.....648 1..390 486..... SD ........000 dollars 139......56 4.....773..196 8..958....84 3....846 228.....748......82 4....168 1..736 453...........859.234 308....220 11.....36 4..806 460...718. 2008–2010 Marketing year average price per bushel Value of production State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 AL ......20 4....639.........474 2...00 4.....59 3..........23 3.... OH .....250 6..... IN ....838 29.63 4....760 1......21 4..80 4.740 1........34 3.576 318.58 4..900 182......45 5... OK .760 1.........607 84............89 4..689..58 3.... AR .10 4...86 3.74 3.74 4...980 2...11 3....160 42.52 3...115 326...46 4....45 4.. WV ......95 5.10 4.470 363.55 4.50 5...40 49.538 195..940 675......15 5..... MT .....628....06 Dollars 4..707.

..............34 9...800 157..14 9.................000 hectares Metric tons Metric tons Metric tons 1.......832 2.284 8.............169 29....................... Others ......165 Total ....................627 Total ......91 2.000 2...... yield......07 6....521 30..................................447 7...581 90.....000 6...............88 3.14 4......................000 57....532 27..............142 332......................608 1....714 173..........226 7.03 5...66 10.... Brazil .—Corn: Area.......334 812.................461 3..700 2......169 32.....440 45.................200 13........188 2.994 8.........700 3.....I–26 GRAIN AND FEED Table 1-41.....79 4......418 1. Japan ...................462 47.........................330 6.... Table 1-42.............AG8 USDA ... Egypt .343 2.....000 2..31 1................107 8...............512 46.........280 4.............. Office of Global Analysis................ Prepared or estimated on the basis of offical USDA production..900 8....592 165...... Paraguay ..................452 3.....50 2....500 51.....545 129.................................46 8..........88 492....................40 2................422 3.....919 112.....04 799..........41 6.........01 3.....000 8......000 metric tons 15.94 2...........000 55......34 4.....600 16. South ....505 United States ..000 metric tons 1.....909 1......... India ........... Malaysia .192 480..............180 8...........068 5......000 metric tons 1............ 46...............500 14.....979 8........925 1........ (202) 720-6301....... Ukraine ................34 8.896 2............................000 8.................420 10..........99 1......100 9..............09 2.........648 45......000 hectares 1...................................................157 Principle importing countries: Algeria . 31...56 7...............714 162........300 3..970 12..........263 2...267 FAS...300 28....939 1...........754 3.300 1.977 90. Others ........400 1...........................47 Total Foreign ..000 hectares 1............................41 3.......641 14............. and distribution statistics from foreign governments..........298 4............447 110....203 32. EU-27 ......318 4......089 44....................000 metric tons 1.657 Argentina ......004 125...550 7...491 11. 82.. (202) 720-6301... 127...500 300 1...................... 2008/2009–2010/2011 Area Country Yield per hectare Production 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 1.............605 Total Foreign ......................599 300 129 1.... VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12........500 20........000 55.400 7...281 16..............44 4..... 84.785 8............ 37.... and production in specified countries.............................447 96...................285 91...........900 2.....170 7.......450 7.....000 2..................700 12.....857 United States ... India ..763 3........100 8....... Brazil .59 307. Canada ...........700 2............ 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00026 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-24.............37 5.........759 13............ Canada ......24 1..............900 2..............................83 3..................723 5... Burma ...... Korea...........497 4........000 Metric tons 1........ Iran . 82.............................743 2....69 2................. supply.549 316................. EU-27 ..................................925 90............ EU-27 ...........965 50..........................671 5.11 5.....374 8............796 32.....567 11...................................................730 24......000 4................20 3.................000 10.88 4. supply........ Mexico ... Office of Global Analysis..........571 2........... 10....................960 9.....06 5...62 9.... 158.........................486 106...... Colombia .....—Corn: International trade.......064 5............318 7.................391 2.........651 5. 2008/2009–2010/2011 Country 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 1.15 5. and distribution statistics from foreign governments.......... 2.............78 4...000 3........073 90...................000 4.000 metric tons Principle exporting countries: Argentina .939 22.561 158..............................515 42......000 11......... South Africa .......600 5..... Others ... Ukraine ....... Taiwan .926 22........142 31....................... China ...273 3........530 Total Foreign ......... Serbia .................391 16..............467 20................ 2.....500 16.....136 400 372 1..............33 6........519 1.......321 19.....700 12.............720 20.072 4................062 2..900 62. Mexico .530 United States ..........600 1........022 FAS........031 2.100 1.02 2....70 4...864 8........... South Africa .............900 3.000 11..... 344 212 762 Total .................467 1..74 5.. Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production........ Nigeria ..........800 56........976 820..................427 503..931 4....618 6....300 15....764 4....533 7..........

................................... South ... 6 4 0 0.....791 50.. notes a country that is a summarization of its component countries.......... specified by country of destination........... Syria ..... producers who participate in the Average Crop Revenue Election (ACRE) program get a 30 percent reduction in their loan rate..28/0.........064 134.. Other Partners .......... Acquired by CCC under loan program 5 Owned by CCC at end of marketing year Million bushels Million bushels 0 0 1 25 2 0 0 0 0 ....28/0...................—Corn: United States exports....061 1....491... Nicaragua ........738 898. United States..... ...... 53......366 1. Israel(*) .. Colombia ............936 7...............................60 2......808 World Total . not calculated in this table...63 2.........................6 10.......00 Program price levels per bushel Put under loan Loan 2 Target 3 Dollars 1.... ................28/0................064 1....898 253................00 0.....AG8 USDA .627..737..... Table 1-44...................438.........797 610.........794 6....526 2....... El Salvador ......63 Quantity Percentage of production 4 Million bushels 1......00 0.2 1...S.........943 94...851 227..251 493..........268 7...655 102..........735.......3 8...98 1.........2 13....561 630.581 1...... 2008/2009–2009/2010 1 Country of destination 2008 2009 2010 2 Japan ..... Mexico .. Germany(*) ..00 0...............367 1..... Payment rates for the 2002/2003 and subsequent crops are calculated according to the Direct and Counter-cyclical program provisions............108 1.. (202) 720–7787.......AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 I–27 Table 1-43..891............................5 0 0 0 0 ...1 .......... Census data.408 1.. Ecuador ..152..799 603.....................95 Dollars NA 2....833 580....423 344...........95 1... Excludes seed.........543 614..........95 1..................303 0 1...28/0.......827 3............. Honduras ....510 707.......... Costa Rica .230 351............ 3 Target prices were reestablished under the 2002 Act...........576 499.. ..........041............ Office of Global Analysis..28/0.530 7...63 2......00 0.............................................532 1.....5 9.7 15...661 695.........28/0....294.........104 138...... .................054...63 2.....751 190......333 3.........765.....990 3..897 350........037 662...................650 73.....................321.28/0..............003 116.635 2.......070 419................402 112.738 105..................793 670...004.. FAS.....937.414 338.. Cuba .183 650..................... Canada .892 7...............805 106. Beginning with 2002/2003........ Trinidad and Tobago .......................395 1.013 355.733 3.562 1.....63 2........95 1.................073...........156 641.. Feed Grains.....960 19.. 22010 data does not reflect 13 month changes.......770 2..752. VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12..009 202 1...130.....887 1....... Venezuela .... 2001–2010 Marketing year beginning September 1 2001/2002 2002/2003 2003/2004 2004/2005 2005/2006 2006/2007 2007/2008 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 .165 237............. Korea.............600 661.. Metric tons 15.....817 2..407 47. the first entry is the direct payment rate and the second entry is the counter-cyclical payment rate...63 2... Percent 14....................................204 569.............................35 0.......645 197...........95 1..314 1. .........429 384...... 5 Acquisitions for 2008/2009 as of September 1. (202) 720-6301.29 0. Guatemala ....... Peru ........327 1....... 2 Starting in 2009...........................28/0....................149 199........489 104.........909...........142.................2 11....738 113. following enactment of the Farm Security and Rural Investment Act of 2002 (2002 Act).......616 325.........89 1.919 964...95 1..98 1..............545.193 Metric tons 15.....659 2.. Tunisia ....350 1..—Corn: Support operations. Dominican Republic ..... 1 Payment rates for the 1998/1999 through 2001/2002 crops were calculated according to the Production Flexibility Contract (PFC) program provisions of the Federal Agriculture Improvement and Reform Act of 1996 (1996 Act) and include supplemental PFC payment rates for 1998 through 2001.................... Jamaica ..501...........218 1...... popcorn.. . 2009.............. 4 Percentage of production is on a grain basis........ ..............245.........63 2....... Saudi Arabia .............................00 0....................... Indonesia ..............567.....9 7...........997 1........28/0.... FSA........................555 443..............00 0...... .. Taiwan ......614........468 9..........899..039...... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00027 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 (*) de- H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-25...58 0...............638 310.983 182. China ..272............ Income support payment rates per bushel 1 Dollars 0.................074 934 ...387 241.324 41.724 183...95 1...........121.......983 400.... Morocco ..454........... Lebanon ....... Egypt .............232 673.249 1 Compiled from U............234....60 2....644 811............... .............665 610......895 Metric tons 15...............852 148.............................159.......................776 106..599 622..........436 239...........509 427...597 785........................6 9. Panama ..

2 Projected as of January 11.........02 2..4 65....564 1....7 67... 2001–2010 Year beginning September On farms Sep. including oats sown in the preceding fall. 2007 . 2006 ..592 27.100 Off farms 1 Mar.... 2009 .48 1..Imports tion Total Feed and residual Food....859 93... 1 28.....63 1....879 49.946 32....091 59.... World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates........250 67.. United States. (202) 720–2127... (202) 720–2127.............700 60.......085 4...058 2...158 47...AG8 USDA .619 62... 2010..327 195...100 53.. and value.100 42.200 30.... 2004 .135 93....763 3.. 1 34..000 acres 4.889 51........ production.... 1 74. 2003 .100 17..... 2006 .. elevators.296 73. 2003 .800 54.. 2003 ....331 72.. 1 Mar.117 51.522 90.383 115..40 1 Relates to the total area of oats sown for all purposes..400 60... 2005 ..081 81.500 82...........000 43. 2005 ..570 2 Preliminary..166 180.. Dec.220 1... Value of production 1.....695 114.. 2006 ....400 60. 2007 . 2010 2 .000 acres 1...404 3.900 44...348 32...350 25.504 1..500 25.. Crops Branch.....—Oats: Supply and disappearance. 2008 .100 74..... 1 40.899 247..002 144...500 64...190 18..473 213... Dec.212 49...673 37........ VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12....200 35......800 53.200 33. Market and Trade Economics Division..911 2..........763 208. 2004 ....166 3.7 63. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00028 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-26.—Oats: Stocks on and off farms.........430 89......800 70... 2005 ..458 41.000 30...87 2...552 29.81 1..... 2008 ...... 2009 .....000 dollars 197... NASS..284 54. 1 2001 ..................181 212. 1...078 224.—Oats: Area..250 58.710 66........600 14....263 Production Bushels 61.... (202) 694–5313..284 34.361 Jun. Totals may not add due to independent rounding.... United States...500 42.644 269. Crops Branch. 2011 2 Million Million Million Million Million Million Million Million Million Million Million Million bushels bushels bushels bushels bushels bushels bushels bushels bushels bushels bushels bushels 63 116 95 274 150 72 222 3 224 50 0 50 50 144 90 284 144 73 217 2 219 65 0 65 65 116 90 271 136 74 210 3 213 58 0 58 58 115 91 264 136 74 209 2 211 53 0 53 53 94 106 252 125 74 199 3 202 51 0 51 51 90 123 264 120 74 195 3 198 67 0 67 67 89 115 270 108 75 183 3 186 84 0 84 84 93 95 272 115 74 190 2 192 80 0 80 80 81 85 247 102 74 176 3 179 68 0 68 68 57 90 215 90 76 166 3 169 46 0 46 Produc.....995 4.400 16..........629 66.. seed and industrial Total Total disPrivately GovernExports appearheld 1 ment ance Total 1 Includes quantity under loan and farmer-owned reserve........674 66.401 4...500 46..100 52. 2009 ...787 1...000 bushels 117..48 1..158 47.. 2002 . 2004 .. warehouses.233 37...000 45.. 1 Jun.246 4..600 43.650 52.. terminals. 2002 . 2008 . and processors.. 2010 ..........600 27..I–28 GRAIN AND FEED Table 1-45. Table 1-47.597 4....875 70.247 3.5 64.480 17... 2010 2 ..414 38...900 31.5 56.......300 71... United States. 2007 .580 41....1 63. Table 1-46.911 53..910 178......823 1.59 1.8 60..716 53...650 20..049 2 Preliminary..198 50.138 2001 .722 1 Includes stocks at mills... 1 56.376 32.. 2001–2010 Area Yield per harvested acre Year Planted 1 Harvested 1..379 1.592 41....950 Sep. NASS.15 2.900 26....0 64.190 Dollars 1.. yield...0 59.322 67.000 34.617 45...988 65.602 116..513 35.803 39. 2002–2011 Supply Disappearance Ending stocks May 31 Year beginning June 1 Domestic use Beginning stocks 2002 .3 Marketing year average price per bushel received by farmers 1.400 1....600 43. ERS.637 41.63 3....

.....800 2...... yield... ID ........ ..190 2 Estimates began in 2009...AG8 USDA .00 0.02/0..... SC ... (202) 720–7787.000 els bushels bushels bushels 45..40 1...... 260 45 65 70 45 15 150 60 32 75 250 15 60 95 80 60 320 75 50 45 105 33 220 600 40 12 20 270 30 1....260 9..2 0.0 105.0 750 550 450 80.200 2.. NY ...AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 I–29 Table 1-48........ ..... Payment rates for the 2002/2003 and subsequent crops are calculated according to the Direct and Counter-cyclical program provisions....1 0. 640 560 95..... 3..0 15 80.0 65.....400 1..... ...39 Dollars Put under loan NA 1.......0 50 70.900 12. Crops Branch..........0 13 64... Feed Grains........2 3....3 1. 3 Target prices were reestablished under the 2002 Act. 1 Payment rates for the 1998/1999 through 2001/2002 crops were calculated according to the Production Flexibility Contract (PFC) program provisions of the Federal Agriculture Improvement and Reform Act of 1996 (1996 Act) and include supplemental PFC payment rates for 1998 through 2001..... NASS..0 22 100....0 63..00 0.960 3.0 .0 54.0 165 68......379 1.. .680 65.0 2.....405 70. GA .............216 825 611 72.0 80.0 25 70.44 1..00 0.860 61..0 ..0 5..........0 75.0 71.... producers who participate in the optimal Average Crop Revenue Election (ACRE) program get a 30 percent reduction in their loan rate.0 11.465 4..0 105 73...404 1 Relates 3.0 69... AR 2 .........0 400 510 297 100..0 0.....00 0..... KS ...8 ..0 61..380 1.160 74......0 69..33 1..200 59.. OH ... NC ..0 30 70..0 53....—Oats: Support operations........44 1..0 73.... OR .0 80 50....02/0.. including oats sown in the preceding fall....0 5 80....02/0..0 0.....0 3..0 0..02/0.44 1.0 3.35 1........02/0.625 1.070 1..0 1......138 2008 1....0 4 75.........0 1....792 1..224 4..080 69... Table 1-49.570 7......000 acres acres 35 15 10 ....0 2.. ME . ...33 1..0 15 69....620 3..........6 1....0 9 70.263 2008 63....00 .....0 5..247 3.........700 67..000 1.......0 Bush1... 25 80.......0 70.0 81...33 1...79 Quantity Percentage of production 4 Acquired by CCC under loan program 5 Owned by CCC at end of marketing year Million bushels 1.. IA .0 0. 2 Starting in 2009.. TX .375 3..0 0.02/0... 220 25 55 7 50 25 70 20 45 30 20 5 180 75 65 25 31 31 75 60 260 175 20 6 65 30 90 35 80 64 40 30 280 130 65 50 45 10 45 18 110 80 26 19 190 120 550 100 40 4 12 4 20 5 310 190 34 12 US ....000 acres 50 ..5 64... Loan 2 Target 3 Dollars 1.... Beginning with 2002/2003.886 60..0 58 66.......... 2008–2010 Area planted 1 Area harvested Yield per harvested acre Production State 2008 2009 2010 AL ..0 6..100 1.........0 68. .647 68....0 8.0 80 58...02/0..0 77....9 2.... WA ..250 65..0 330 495 360 61.0 4 70.....500 3.7 2.1 0. and production...35 1.950 68.........0 47...... 1....... not calculated in this table.0 0..40 1.0 2. CA ....... .0 56...0 70 65..725 1...450 2......0 55.0 280 216 176 84.6 2.....0 61... PA .. IN ..33 1.. 5 Acquisitions for 2008/2009 as of June 1. UT .....0 600 610 549 67....5 1..0 65....150 2. 2010 93.... the first entry is the direct payment rate and the second entry is the counter-cyclical payment rate..00 0.0 0...0 ...120 810 84...0 20 69.0 60 66..820 4..00 0. CO .0 1. WY ...—Oats: Area.875 6.. NA-not applicable.0 56.. NE .4 0..560 52.000 Bushacres els 10 50.0 300 405 296 44.630 11.720 47.. WI ....0 0. OK ....0 400 480 420 58. SD . MN .135 to the total area of oats sown for all purposes..00 0.44 1.530 1..2 1..02/0.0 1..21 1......7 2009 2010 Bushels 50.0 4.950 1..... Percent 1. following enactment of the Farm Security and Rural Investment Act of 2002 (2002 Act).000 2....640 4....... FSA..070 11.44 1..000 1.....3 3.0 7 .0 9 50....0 4...0 0.. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00029 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-27....0 375 483 528 62.0 1....0 0.0 11............0 25 53..0 30 65...0 0..... 2009.0 27 51..220 6. 2001–2010 Marketing Year beginning June 1 2001/2002 2002/2003 2003/2004 2004/2005 2005/2006 2006/2007 2007/2008 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 Program price levels per bushel Income support payment rates per bushel 1 Dollars 0.33 1.0 2..855 1.880 4...0 80.....015 2....0 0.000 acres 11 8 30 9 20 25 25 7 95 35 31 55 170 9 32 30 60 15 165 45 15 22 80 15 90 60 5 4 6 195 10 1.375 65. IL ..000 3... United States...000 1.......0 34..760 6.. MO .. VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12.7 ...8 1.400 2009 2010 1.081 81.. .. VA ..0 2...325 1..0 65..500 33.0 55...0 1....... MT ...175 4..050 900 61.....0 100..........000 acres 50 10 250 60 60 80 40 15 200 85 32 70 250 15 70 100 90 50 350 65 50 45 110 30 200 600 45 12 20 310 40 1.....0 170 62.......00 0... MI ...0 0.. Million bushels 0..7 1..0 490 585 585 54.....0 105 51.... by State and United States..........0 65..780 13..015 1.0 78.0 9 40.. Million bushels 0. ND ........950 66.0 68.7 3.....0 8 75..05 0...33 1.385 45.0 8 55... .........0 1.. 4 Percentage of production is on a grain basis..44 1..3 2008 2009 89.....340 50......02/0.0 0.. (202) 720–2127.0 1..0 4...

.914 4... Crops Branch.....080 1. OH ...617 4..50 2..898 12.....05 2...840 14.........680 12........95 3...412 3..... 4.552 4....440 17........ CO ....635 13... UT .......697 8.000 1....13 1.......95 3.....82 3.......381 2....15 2.38 2.....750 3..678 1.......220 1. (202) 720–2127....60 2....07 3.106 3................870 2..82 3.....941 3.....845 7...I–30 GRAIN AND FEED Table 1-50.20 2..55 1........ NASS....954 11..570 US .70 2....90 2....344 24.384 1..479 6..924 17..... MI ..30 2.......956 1.20 3...315 9..103 7....00 3.54 2.......... ND .—Oats: Marketing year average price and value of production..90 4.968 7..80 2.....755 1...30 1..000 dollars 1...51 2.......... 2012 2 Estimates Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00030 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-28.....463 15..35 2...45 2..............702 1..50 2.....27 1..85 3.520 15.90 3......93 2.. 2008–2010 Marketing year average price per bushel Value of production State 2008 AL ........466 21.400 8.10 2......80 2.108 6..90 2.20 2......92 2...... WY ......587 23.20 1.896 4.. IA .. NY ...901 13.....951 3.000 dollars 1.....65 2......008 4......46 3.071 6. AR 2 ..658 22.088 1..01 2.697 2....52 2...... MO .637 12.. ME ...80 1....90 3.......84 2.91 3...464 30.. WA .60 2..472 770 449 798 22...................83 2...... NC ...160 1.... 1 Preliminary...240 1..987 3..692 10.70 3...775 1.000 dollars 1.....313 1.......94 2.......371 1. SC .427 3.. TX ..699 8....60 2....50 2...54 2........265 1.....40 2.. KS ... ID . IL .232 33.40 2. OR .....013 514 1. WI .........20 2.30 2. CA ......50 2..00 2.85 2...........95 2.... OK ...00 3.729 1..477 12....287 4.93 4.932 14... MN ..21 1..30 3.571 4.60 1...........800 4...70 2.......60 1.996 26.284 2...835 22..30 3.36 2....65 ..472 10....27 2......720 1...398 1....94 Dollars 2..58 3.. VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12.39 2...... GA . NE .02 2..25 2. MT .... IN ......763 208.446 13... VA ..238 1.40 2...07 3..........08 2.. 8..70 1.103 8.....74 2.70 2......68 4.50 3...45 2.718 1...337 4.473 213....................400 4.000 960 790 1.. 2009 began in 2009............988 .40 269.04 3..74 3...........793 1.26 Dollars 2.282 4.60 2......92 3.........477 20..966 2. by State and United States.30 2.90 2...AG8 USDA .23 2.325 950 4............ SD ....97 2....... PA ......20 3...... 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 Dollars 2.

.........64 2.................716 United States .760 Principle importing countries: Albania .73 4... Office of Global Analysis...........378 Total Foreign ............... Mexico ......884 United States ... yield.................................... Total foreign ....................30 2............374 416 1......160 11......... Others .......822 10..........636 1........062 FAS.....946 26 92 .......50 1...000 metric tons 291 1......... 2008/2009–2010/2011 Country 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 1.......................33 2..........63 2................982 1...................180 800 253 2.......................................................561 445 1....351 1...........................................000 hectares 300 920 250 154 841 80 240 2......707 2......000 hectares 139 865 250 134 980 76 230 2..................573 3............000 hectares 212 870 180 117 1...............294 1.........................89 2.......76 0.... 2................. Argentina .... Canada .......................................... Office of Global Analysis...........................000 metric tons 1........................505 5.. EU-27 .................... China ......... 5 161 9 1............... 49 31 44 Total ....... 1 208 4 1............................................................. Chile ........296 2.46 2............ Oats: International trade....97 1............11 1..431 Total ................. EU-27 .196 2........... Others ........................... Ukraine ........... 3 16 .... 2008/2009–2010/2011 Area Country Yield per hectare Production 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 Argentina .........05 1............... ......................................273 344 300 8.......................268 22................160 600 239 4....... Table 1-52..........448 101 230 3...................... Ecucador ... 297 346 311 United States ................. 2 6 ...80 2...............................................42 2....... ...... Chile .... Belarus .......... 16 57 11 56 85 32 21 55 13 5 5 20 50 10 60 50 10 25 50 26 Total foreign .935 5...................247 2............ supply............................. (202) 720-6301.....................12 0..895 311 1...........008 3..... South Africa ....01 1...272 1..975 1...............000 metric tons Principle exporting countries: Argentina ..............421 1... and distribution statistics from foreign governments.....98 Metric tons 2............... Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production.....31 1......218 458 1........31 1..............75 2..........298 360 420 7................04 2.............902 3........... Russia ...................................................... (202) 720-6301.00 1.............95 Metric tons 1................................94 1..............466 Metric tons 1........85 24...................97 5..93 1.........09 2................... and production in specified countries................20 1........347 1...........28 2......................742 FAS................... and distribution......................................... Kazakhstan .....33 3................. 1.. supply.. VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12........178 Total .......AG8 USDA ....... Switzerland .. 11....... Norway .500 700 379 2.......—Oats: Area............................................430 1......................................78 2.....................76 1..................000 metric tons 182 1.... 5 150 5 1................ Russia ........ Ukraine .....000 metric tons 600 1...835 944 1... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00031 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-29..... supply..07 1.................530 20............10 2....47 0........593 10....60 1......562 23... Canada ... 3 16 39 9 46 61 6 33 52 32 ...............................41 1.................... Australia ........ Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production..739 2.......380 10..019 1...........................526 32 229 ......401 731 1........................... 1............ Canada .87 25... Others .................................................95 3............36 3.......................... 2....350 61 125 10 5 5 ......................................... Brazil .........179 18.................050 1.......... and and distribution statistics from foreign governments.........AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 I–31 Table 1-51................906 381 410 8.......................000 metric tons 1........ Brazil .......... 12.. Australia ..... 567 558 511 2....... China .. 2.............456 1...37 1..... Japan ........

1 Dec....650 83.1 Marketing year average price per bushel received by farmers 1..000 bushels 248....400 97..400 38...000 bushels 92. VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12.680 68...259..1 55.951 3...070 1..300 137....000 acres 4....357 972.....777 117..0 73..730 51.095 81. 2007 .276 104.85 4.630 91.131 2 Preliminary....723 75.317 77.—Barley: Stocks on and off farms.113 2.48 2.....210 14. 2002 . 2 Preliminary. 2008 .988 87.710 101.950 27...—Barley: Area.—Barley: Supply and disappearance..050 77.000 bushels 68... 2008 .872 2001 ...660 1.....818 1..300 141. (202) 720–2127..669 85.. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00032 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-30...954 1. including barley sown in the preceding fall.154 84..283 279.300 58. Crops Branch..730 114...310 67.750 154...000 acres 4.22 2...110 240..580 9..465 Production Bushels 58... NASS.791 89......850 105. Value of production Dollars 2... 2004 ..679 115.419 99.010 40.184 527.400 83.567 2..601 100...1 60.000 bushels 134....691 834. 1 Mar....I–32 GRAIN AND FEED Table 1-53..270 44. 1 Mar. 2003 ..860 28.... (202) 694–5313.... 1.90 1... 2009 ....140 698.. and industrial Total Total disExports appearance Privately held 1 Government Total Million Million Million Million Million Million Million Million Million Million Million Million bushels bushels bushels bushels bushels bushels bushels bushels bushels bushels bushels bushels 92 227 18 337 84 154 238 30 268 69 0 69 69 278 21 368 74 155 229 19 248 120 0 120 120 280 12 412 103 158 261 23 284 128 0 128 128 212 5 346 48 162 210 28 238 108 0 108 108 180 12 300 49 162 211 20 231 69 0 69 69 210 29 308 30 169 199 41 240 68 0 68 68 240 29 337 67 169 236 13 249 89 0 89 89 227 17 333 48 164 211 6 217 115 0 115 115 180 9 305 50 159 208 8 216 89 0 89 89 168 10 268 40 160 200 10 210 58 0 58 1 Includes quantity under loan and farmer–owned reserve. 2009 ..0 58.268 1 Barley sown for all purposes.633 498...564 92..906 278.6 64. 2005 ....502 3. 2003 ... 2005 .. (202) 720–2127.. 2003 . 2005 ..727 4. elevators... 2006 .. seed...050 114. Market and Trade Economics Division. United States... Disappearance Ending stocks May 31 Domestic use Beginning stocks Produc.. 1 Dec....370 57... production. ERS.728 95.0 63...800 131... 2010 2 . 2006 .000 bushels 110..587 86. 2004 . United States. 2004 ....896 180.9 69.756 82.. Crops Branch.018 4.173 691..193 227..171 73....414 98...273 4.....424 1.. 2001–2010 Area Yield per harvested acre Year Planted 1 Harvested 1... 2008 . warehouses... 2011 3 .059 63...743 211..323 180..8 61...748 86...... and value..........001 98. Table 1-55.. 2 Preliminary.. 2011..452 4. NASS.000 36..6 73.040 1..165 210.951 5.100 30..766 91.Imports tion Total Feed and residual Food.....72 2.......... 2007 .000 dollars 535.700 103.000 bushels 46.000 bushels 95..110 605. On farms Off farms 1 Sep.123 4.... World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates.329 226....511 99........AG8 USDA ...720 1...310 28....161 54. Table 1-54...050 125. yield.....900 175...... United States.246 3..186 111.200 130. 2002–2011 Supply Year beginning June 1 2002 ...269 2...354 78. 2007 ... 2006 .700 79.000 bushels 102..... 1 June 1 Sep.. 2010 2 . Totals may not add due to independent rounding.021 3.779 3.. 2002 .. and processors....53 2..273 61..83 2.939 83.. 1 June 1 1.008 5.320 41.....000 bushels 23..759 88..66 3.919 54.527 3. 2009 ....... terminals...875 3.02 5..700 1........37 4. 3 Projected as of January 11.335 89.400 112.348 4..985 80..480 91. 2010 2 .318 1 Includes stocks at mills. 2001–2010 Year beginning September 2001 ..770 14.600 127..635 755.440 26.650 62.

......0 62......0 54..0 30 54.0 105..312 540 4......540 .45 3. ......782 3...0 98....... 530 1.40 3.. MI .. 100..0 15 55.... 5 45 42 60 55 35 43 39 27 75 36 90 195 45 30 75 75 US .000 acres 45 55 77 26 510 9 .....997 1..........188 2...08 Dollars 3. 10.000 bushels 4.780 ......... CA .AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 I–33 Table 1-56. 1 .508 11........................... SD . ...723 1.0 .78 5..932 843 .......0 .. NC ...360 561 4..........800 3.....150 37.. NV 2 .57 5.........0 7 37......855 2..61 Dollars 3...............920 3..... ....... MT ... 2....379 1.0 51.......... 2....86 4....50 2.....000 acres acres 45 40 110 60 64 72 20 22 490 580 10 10 ... OR ......0 470 86.99 3....640 1..........137 578 596 2... yield......10 2......783 35.... UT ..0 90......0 27 85..003 4...454 ...30 2.475 5.........021 7........052 1.0 58..0 670 56............ and production. ID ..495 37.. Crops Branch..... 2008 2009 2010 2 2008 2009 2010 2 Bushels 115..0 15 71...000 bushels 5.........240 360 2. NASS..... PA ...240 301 ...760 49...41 4............ 16 55 13 95 870 .569 1.304 1......000 bushels 5.....82 2........ MI ... OR ...100 ....45 3..000 dollars 19.78 4......550 3.......0 62..130 ...395 1........60 .763 2. 55.0 .. WA ...295 44.. Crops Branch..913 250.. NC .............15 .402 3......0 18 80.....0 75 55..... 5..... 825 3. NV 3 .143 159.0 61..... WI .49 3......297 1.216 5. SD .. DE ...295 3..01 4........475 6.....0 Bushels 125....121 12.. . 3.960 3....208 1.20 4.49 5......210 .27 5. CO . ......0 63.. (202) 720–2127........880 41........ VA ..... 10 19 1..........90 1 Preliminary... 2....879 21. OH 2 .66 3..779 2009 2010 2 1.....0 3.. KS .0 75...........705 3..182 6...000 acres 42 95 80 25 600 17 8 20 45 12 125 860 3 3 13 21 1.. UT ....699 1...863 6... ND ...........115 1... 2008–2010 Marketing year average price per bushel State 2008 2009 2010 1 Dollars 4.. CA ..... WA ................0 54.571 20.. 12 23 1.—Barley: Area.223 3.......045 3.....140 79. Value of production 2008 2009 2010 1 1.... 1. CO .... 1.0 70..040 20..17 2.60 3..... .........720 1.......430 3... MN ...0 620 51....340 38..0 51...900 15......0 10 52...755 7...710 12.. KY 2 .101 37....000 1..060 11.0 .......0 75............0 133... ....113 1 Includes area planted in the preceding fall...0 40 50.0 ..440 ..... NJ 2 .........0 63 120.00 3..... ......50 5.90 2......80 ......10 4...365 54. MD ... MT .......900 1...........375 440 2..... WI ..80 3..... 32 45 22 30 43 97 25 64 1.85 ..... KY 3 ................... 2 12 9 20 14 720 1......... 1...526 ....443 30...... 900 2......... 40 60 48 40 67 105 45 80 1........ NY .0 64...076 73..78 5...........90 3........... NY .......0 60........193 227....0 81 57.... ID .............80 6....0 74..534 185...................75 2.......... 5.357 292.... PA .....620 6.......25 5.....740 100 142 468 994 86...27 2.300 8......100 4.....357 972....93 2.820 48...528 7......... Table 1-57...65 2.....921 10.......0 73.550 ........964 304.. 2008–2010 Area planted 1 Area harvested Yield per harvested acre Production State 2008 2009 2010 2 AZ .. 3..0 .... ME ...259.......0 .1 240....528 24..15 .06 4....... 60.56 2.........55 3..0 .............421 18.450 459 ..38 2......86 ...563 8...970 10.......0 11 41... 2..74 3....175 2. 74..............0 43........10 3......0 .. 2...152 43.913 38....... ...95 4...350 8... ........541 18.....626 9....20 4. NASS.0 48..000 acres 48 90 78 28 530 14 ..475 1. OH 3 ............. ME .....024 156.....465 2 Preliminary..... MD ..0 54...00 US .........0 1. KS .....131 discontinued in 2009.......... VA .... 4......0 34 90.. 3.487 987 .....45 4....65 2..535 .15 5..323 180..533 7..... by State and United States...........0 10 46.........80 4.976 446...... DE ....404 8... MN .......880 370 616 1...... 71..41 2..0 68...268 63........55 3...440 6..0 72.375 1.......008 199..872 2008 3........0 64...............000 acres Bushels 44 120.......18 4..37 2.................791 5.. 88..583 2................75 4.. 2.0 57.......518 2.0 62 92.086 1......... 53.500 4.... 2.0 45 75..0 95..............20 3... 7 16 19 45 35 11 10 85 110 760 740 ......20 2....AG8 USDA .... NJ 3 ..00 5................567 2.........90 4......18 5. 60.. 2 Estimates AZ .....18 3..... VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12...—Barley: Marketing year average price and value.0 48 85.... (202) 720–2127...554 2...........0 85.650 6 57 60 63 40 63 205 43 90 1.....6 3 Estimates discontinued in 2009.......0 65.832 1.... 55. 72.323 17.0 70...55 3.320 7........681 218.......45 2.. 1.355 10.... ND .000 dollars 23...287 3...... WY ..22 3......150 460 7.........040 .125 1....173 691.......0 70.........15 5... 15 48 11 80 720 ...0 59.0 92..........0 135.0 70 65. by State and United States.... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00033 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-31...20 3..0 67..37 4...000 dollars 20.......246 3..0 . 550 945 43..... WY ..0 40...

... Ukraine ..34 1...................796 2.....509 1.................................947 1......................308 1. Others .000 metric tons 1.823 65.354 United States ........68 3.............................600 400 1..... India .66 Metric tons 2...........................70 4.....318 62. 18....56 4......400 4. 2008/2009–2010/2011 Area Country Yield per hectare Production 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 Argentina ....491 1..230 4.24 2......76 2..................502 794 14...59 3.................. Libya ........300 4..........922 7............ Kazakhstan ........ Table 1-59....700 70 Total Foreign ......... 288 123 174 Total ... Ukraine .......143 United States . (202) 720-6301........ EU-27 ..... Canada ............446 2........19 3..... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00034 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-32..317 10........657 781 6......500 2.026 17...781 2....... Russia ...134 51 358 46 2.......000 hectares 740 4........ 19........36 3....110 7.........915 1..............................200 1.........97 1.356 7.................. 1..758 16...............................346 531 296 56 7......39 1...300 250 101 2.........44 155...... 632 361 218 Total .214 3.. Moldova ................................ 454 1.738 17.......597 167 291 24 3..................551 1.............. supply......341 900 1.......925 Total ...41 149........538 14.. Japan ... and distribution statistics from foreign governments...800 17......97 1.33 1...794 55. 54.....78 2...361 124..572 FAS........ Canada ....000 metric tons 1...........652 1..309 1......37 1........... (202) 720-6301...............027 15...........183 9......000 metric tons 1................42 3..446 3. 55..893 Metric tons 3.............265 54.....06 1....67 2........................794 2..70 1.900 1..52 1.................. Iran .....—Barley: Area....... Tunisia ..............76 1....900 9..700 1.........691 3.....387 650 12.............. Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production.... 19................830 1... Turkey ....018 3.483 3...444 ......699 50. Office of Global Analysis.000 hectares 633 5..200 300 450 2...750 366 3.612 15...504 Total Foreign ....................390 16...92 2..272 23.... Turkey .............16 1..308 334 2........ Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production........000 metric tons Principle exporting countries: Argentina .............909 9......46 1......439 49..................167 9.. Russia ................ China ..... 20......600 20 250 25 300 50 2...—Barley: International trade........400 4....... Saudi Arabia ............ 1...............000 metric tons 2.............260 998 3...... Jordan ................. EU-27 ..... Syria ........................094 3.45 0.......150 15.........676 2...03 1....... and production in specified countries..91 2.....................234 1..289 Principle importing countries: Brazil ..........547 1............ yield.58 2...................500 11. Australia ...............818 450 1.................994 10......517 2.................181 9......124 3......910 Total Foreign . Others ...200 1....... Iran .... 1......... Others ...148 5....484 15........529 1..06 1.......70 2........220 150....I–34 GRAIN AND FEED Table 1-58.......833 18......45 2..................... 2008/2009–2010/2011 Country 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 1..93 5....... 6...700 12......... supply..............411 493 582 8 7...600 4.......900 8.881 6... China ....... Russia ...371 109 482 3....AG8 USDA ......232 62 1..115 United States .300 7.... VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12.............93 3............500 53...............070 2............899 14.....350 5.................504 1....... Australia .26 3....................000 metric tons 2...918 626 13.300 500 350 300 6..27 3.....068 FAS..............74 1..022 3............605 2..........350 4......................949 3...................... and distribution statistics from foreign governments...100 2...523 1................................................570 8..........77 Metric tons 3..............................990 145.412 120............................000 hectares 503 4............997 11..............85 4....015 3...................................78 3. Office of Global Analysis.. Morocco ....

9 5........5 4.... and food products... ... Table 1-61..1 18..8 18.2 23..3 Pounds 2..3 3. June 1-May 31.15 0.... 7 Malt for food.3 3.5 6...3 3...2 62. 2003 .85 1..... the U.5 73. ..85 1. NA-not applicable..5 2... Includes imports and rice used in processed foods and pet foods.5 4.... the first entry is the direct payment rate and the second entry is the counter-cyclical payment rate..6 Million bushels 6...—Barley: Support operations.21 2.85 1.0 67....4 4. breakfast food uses. 2001 ..1 70. (202) 694-5290...... Million bushels 0. August 1July 31...... ...6 18... the Internal Revenue Service...24 2. 9 Preliminary. syrup..0 0.2 3..... Program price levels per bushel Dollars 0...... prepared breakfast foods..0 23.24 2.4 2..5 0...4 3.24 2..3 3..8 4. 2001–2010 Income support payment rates per bushel 1 Marketing year beginning June 1 2001/2002 2002/2003 2003/2004 2004/2005 2005/2006 2006/2007 2007/2008 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 ..3 0.. 2002 ..7 .... and sugar are in calendar year.5 0.6 66.7 0.9 24.85 1..5 72. Feed Grains..4 2..3 4.4 4.5 Corn 2000 ..0 66.6 4. 2009 9 .... .3 .63 Put under loan Quantity Percentage of production 4 Acquired by CCC under loan program 5 Owned by CCC at end of marketing year Million bushels 10........24/0..6 24.00 0..3 12.3 3. 2006 ...24/0....3 0.....0 0..4 Pounds Per capita consumption of food products Calendar year 1 Total consumed 4 Pounds 21...5 8.7 0....0 ..0 0. industry data were not reported after April 1968.. Percent 4.5 0.1 2.5 66..1 78.... 61.4 3. FSA..0 0.3 9...... Market & Trade Economics Division.3 76.5 0.. 6 Oats used in oatmeal..2 4..2 Per capita consumption Million cwt....—Grains and grain products: Total and per capita civilian consumption as food.. . and other Government agencies. 2 Starting in 2009.3 Rice (milled) 0..0 5.......9 9...9 Pounds 0.. pearl barley.88 1. infant foods.2 60. Payment rates for the 2002/2003 and subsequent crops are calculated according to the Direct and Counter-cyclical program provisions..... All figures are estimates based on data from private industry sources.24/0...... United States..21 2. September 1-August 31... VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12............24 2. Pounds 3.1 3.3 18......4 2.......00 0. rye.......4 6..24/0....... 2007 .6 ....7 0..0 62.... 4 Percentage of production is on a grain basis....00 Loan 2 Target 3 Dollars 1.85 1. 2007 ..95 Dollars NA 2. Beginning with 2002/2003.4 Million bushels 56.7 6.. 2008 .....4 17. 5 Includes an allowance for the quantity used as hominy and grits.0 0...6 4...... .... 5 Acquisitions for 2008/2009 as of June 1.24/0.2 63...2 71........... Flour and meal Hominy and grits Syrup Dextrose Starch Total consumed 6 Pounds 17. Million bushels 0... and semolina flour.......2 75...3 3..8 12..8 2... 2001 ..S..44 0. 2009.3 6........5 2..... . 3 Target prices were reestablished under the 2002 Act..... 2004 . not calculated in this table..0 22. 2003 .8 72..3 Pounds 6.7 5..24/0...1 64. Excludes rice used in alcoholic beverages....5 0.....3 3..0 2.9 74. 4 Does not include shipments to U..6 7. United States.. ERS..9 64...6 10.88 1.1 Barley Per capita consumption of oat food products Total consumed 7 Per capita consumption of food products 8 Pounds 4.0 0..7 0. 2005 . territories..8 70.6 2..7 0.....6 4. Total consumed 5 Oats Million bushels 970 981 976 986 973 989 980 958 .3 3......... .5 0..8 19.0 0... 2004 .0 0.7 4.7 4.... for corn.1 0...1 19.3 3..4 63..1 2...3 3..0 7..6 4.3 19.... producers who participate in the Average Crop Revenue Election (ACRE) program get a 30 percent reduction in their loan rate...6 6.. 2002 .AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 I–35 Table 1-60.. 3 Includes white.24/0.0 0....5 2.5 0.9 8....... 8 Malt equivalent of barley food products...5 22.. 2008 ..1 8.. 2009 9 . following enactment of the Farm Security and Rural Investment Act of 2002 (2002 Act).1 3.6 6..5 71...85 1.7 0.4 2..... Wheat...00 0.5 0....6 4.7 6...5 4......4 4..5 17. and flour.... and rice.AG8 USDA .4 6..........S.. .7 1 Data are in marketing year...8 6....4 6....6 6.... for oats and barley.7 0.1 68.5 0..5 78..2 6.7 0.3 3....1 0.. 1 Payment rates for the 1998/1999 through 2001/2002 crops were calculated according to the Production Flexibility Contract (PFC) program provisions of the Federal Agriculture Improvement and Reform Act of 1996 (1996 Act) and include supplemental PFC payment rates for 1998 through 2001.00 0.. whole wheat..1 24..4 7....3 Pounds 78.0 19. Estimates of corn syrup and sugar are unofficial estimates..6 74..7 0..8 8...13 0...7 59.24 2...00 0...00 0..5 23...0 .3 3.5 4.4 2... Department of Commerce.. 2006 .6 4..... ...0 0.24 2...65 1... 2 Excludes quantities used in alcoholic beverages.3 4. 2000–2009 Wheat Calendar year 1 Rye Per capita consumption of food products Total consumed 2 2000 ...24/0...............1 24.7 Pounds 4.24/0. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00035 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-33.0 0.6 4........0 0. This series is not adjusted for trade... 2005 ... (202) 720–7787....0 9. Million bushels 951 934 913 919 905 917 938 948 927 920 Pounds 146 141 137 137 134 134 136 138 137 135 Per capita consumption of rye flour Total consumed 2 Non-milled product Flour 3 Million bushels 3.

. 31 Domestic use 2002 .486 6.041 60.490 94. 3 Projected as of January 11.. 1 1. 1 1.423 137.0 69.... 1 Dec. United States.......400 53..530 29.26 3. NASS....0 9.170 102.035 Dollars 3.700 5.......72 5. elevators...33 5..413 29.631.. Crops Branch.000 bushels 241.380 7... 2008 ....207..seed and industrial Million bushels 170 182 191 140 113 165 233 141 125 80 Million bushels Exports Total disappearance Million bushels 184 199 184 194 153 277 143 166 150 110 Million bushels 379 421 430 384 311 477 471 396 360 245 Total 24 40 55 50 45 35 95 90 85 80 Million bushels 194 222 246 190 158 200 328 231 210 135 Privately owned 1 Government Total Million bushels Million bushels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Million bushels 43 34 57 66 32 53 55 41 27 26 43 34 57 66 32 53 55 41 27 26 1 Includes quantity under loan and farmer–owned reserve......122 159....—Sorghum grain: Stocks on and off farms.000 12.792 7.....740 NA NA-not available.589 9.271 5. Jun.712 8.824 497.376 174.6 68..065 1... 2009 ..219 453. 2009 .AG8 USDA . 2005 ... World Agricultural and Supply Demand Estimates.736 4.573 38.............558 4.000 bushels 88.88 7.. 2001–2010 Area planted for all purposes 1 Year Sorghum for grain 2 Area harvested Yield per harvested acre 1.....000 acres 352 408 343 352 311 347 392 408 254 273 Production 1.... including sirup.1 73. 2007 .....000 bushels 72......500 21.. 2004 ...200 23..808 Bushels 59.—Sorghum: Supply and disappearance..094 239... 4 Preliminary....500 1.....000 12..80 Yield per harvested acre 1.400 4..650 151. Table 1-63. 1 Mar... warehouses.. 2009 .5 12..019 90...... 2003 ..100 51..248 9.520 4. and sweet sorghum for grain or seed....000 33..290 202.680 3.522 7....007 135..517 5......860 3...652 170... 1 1.. 2005 .213 69...246 5.. 2011 2 . 3 Based on the reported price of grain sorghum.680 NA Off farms 1 Jun. 1 1.122 166.. ERS...100 26.. yield.000 bushels 17. (202) 720–2127.300 11..759 207. 2010.400 48. 2006 .5 1 Grain and sweet sorghum for all uses..342 382...500 3.I–36 GRAIN AND FEED Table 1-62..400 4.739 276.......000 bushels 7..75 9.000 bushels 53.000 38...—Sorghum: Area... 2 Includes both grain sorghum for grain..650 5..... United States.... 2 Preliminary. United States. 2 Preliminary. 1 Mar..900 5.700 55..7 69..4 13.125 7.400 54.46 4.612 5. 2002–2011 On farms Year beginning previous Dec..550 4...646 3.395 Value of production 3 Area harvested 1.150 3.. 2002–2011 Supply Year beginning September 1 Disappearance Ending stocks Aug...000 bushels 514.9 50.000 acres 10.204 1....937 843.850 243..224 4.4 13..913 3..3 13.743. Beginning stocks Production Total Million bushels Million bushels 361 411 454 393 277 497 472 383 345 244 Million bushels 422 454 487 450 343 530 525 438 387 271 61 43 34 57 66 32 53 55 41 27 Feed and residual Food.944 97. 2006 .312 36. 2010 2 ... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00036 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-34..700 NA Sep...2 65.100 27.......14 4.000 dollars 978..808 173.......5 56..000 30. (202) 694–5296.. 2003 ......150 7. Totals may not add due to independent rounding.200 17.925...28 5... and value..344 736. 2004 .736 203.420 Tons 11...650 16..629 883.849 51. 2010 4 .6 52...8 1.......633 5....252 190..100 32..250 2..... 2007 . Crops Branch... Table 1-64.. 2008 .6 13.140 964.....600 45. 2004 .4 71... terminals....111 1..200 50.312 1..798 6.. NASS.454 6.. 1 2002 ... 2006 .404 2001 .983 345..420 7....400 26..783 855..505 235.744 72.284 6........... Dec.873 NA 1 Includes stocks at mills........178 70. 1...000 10.215 77. and processors.168 1.200 78......162 NA Sep.8 14.000 tons 3.903 49.713 411. production.. VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12.606 392.6 13. 2003 . 2007 .. 2010 .. Market and Trade Economics Division.445 472.500 NA 1. 2002 .....6 10.579 7..19 3...782 4.... (202) 720–2127.040 360....477 178.000 bushels 38. 2005 .. 2008 .000 acres 8..000 bushels 156...937 6......936 125. Sorghum for silage Marketing year average price per cwt 3 Production 1. 2011 3 .

................ NASS........0 86.. .......633 5.... yield.... . 14.....450 1........300 4........822 770 650 78.......0 158......0 52.. KS ......... 18 1 ... 100 1...... GA .....000 acres .. 150 40 36 2..... 16..........0 ....646 3......0 37....0 93.0 70........000 acres ..........750 66...... ........0 19......698 2..110 13........520 46.0 10......... MO ..0 13...750 7........ 111 ..............430 680 720 77... 7 12 1 40 ........... by State and United States...020 6............320 13.0 ......................... 61.... MS ......... OK .410 65.......0 ......000 acres 12 57 125 47 230 60 80 2...0 91......0 16...400 171. ...... US ........ 2008–2010 Silage State Area harvested AL 2 ...............................0 64....600 1.. 156 .....000 .........0 ..0 .. NM ...—Sorghum: Area..0 10. OK .. 78 10 33 75 68 ...... . 250 ..... 1.... SD ........... 280 .. NC 2 .342 382.......952 3......440 2..0 10.0 13.0 15.0 13.......0 79... LA ........ (202) 720–2127..... AR ........0 11. SC 2 ............520 4...950 12. NM .. ...0 53..0 ....0 7.....................271 5...0 Bush1...... 82.... 11....0 12........000 tons ... 1...............................0 .. 13.808 65.......000 tons .270 ............ 70 13 50 235 85 ... IL ......002 ...................0 ... 2...0 13........400 119....000 acres .... 150 .... 47.050 1.....0 15..........0 Bushels . 95....0 17............ 728 ............000 acres 3 30 2 38 12 12 3 70 1 1 1 4 15 25 2 16 8 4 30 1 130 1... 10......0 5......0 17.......... .........0 6......0 13....... 368 .......................0 11....... 84 ...750 11 110 82 80 210 80 13 310 3 8 115 22 3. TX ..... MO ..168 76...... Yield per acre 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 1........ CO ...500 224...................828 2........0 2...............330 7......0 30...0 1. KS ..... 45.........0 11.......0 214. ............AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 I–37 Table 1-65.......................0 71. 275 ..570 5. IL ........ TN 2 ........ 1 Preliminary. CA 2 ....284 6......................... 2012 2 Estimates Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00037 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-35.............................. 15 ...000 1.5 5..... 140 ...0 12..............0 90............ ....... 396 15 .......350 . 13..............8 472..............0 46.............0 1..........0 45.000 acres .......0 12.........120 1................ NC 2 ...000 acres 6 27 115 9 150 44 76 2................ NE .. ...........AG8 USDA ................. 1 Prelimary............0 ........ 20...000 acres ...... CA 2 ..0 10........... 210 45 35 2... 8 37 .......0 11.. 98 132 11 440 ....120 2................ 56.......... 27 1 .....0 91....... 180 55 40 2.0 13. 160 25 33 2..404 7........... 220 .....000 ..360 7. ......0 8.... 6 35 ... 11... 25 .0 9.. 11...........150 96............. AZ ... (202) 720–2127......................000 tons 24 570 20 646 156 168 45 910 6 10 13 36 120 400 22 160 52 24 300 14 1............ PA 2 ... 20 18 1 60 ....................8 14.......0 ..0 6... Crops Branch.............. NE ..........700 1......000 acres ...0 14.. 260 180 10 540 ....0 46........... 48. SD .....0 88....420 discontinued in 2009......... 62.....760 3... VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12..... 855 ... 318 ......... 540 11 ....695 ...0 69..... 990 ........574 90.. 7.....0 9...0 .......... 2....... Area harvested Yield per harvested acre Production 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 1......... 12 ..... GA ......0 9............0 3... 85...... 82 12 40 155 90 ...395 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 2 Estimates discontinued in 2009.....5 6..0 7.... 25 40 ....680 3.... 12 ....... TX ...0 ......0 43.......950 1............. 70....5 Production 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 Tons .................. ....120 12.................320 5...... ...................... ..050 1..... 35 40 ...0 7. 11 12 36 195 288 ..0 16............ LA ........ ... 85 ..... AR .. Crops Branch..................................0 10.0 ............0 11....923 2.... 1 1 5 15 16 .................0 95...0 19..............0 4.500 6.... . 14.........0 10... AZ ........ 2008–2010 Area planted for all purposes Sorghum for grain State AL 2 .....0 90................0 103.............. MS ... 1..................0 Tons ........0 87............ ... KY 2 ....................... CO ..000 8.000 els bushels bushels bushels ... .............................................—Sorghum: Utilization for silage...700 Bushels 53..... US ........... TN 2 .......... 22..... 52.700 ..0 ....... 120 ....0 88......0 82.0 97...... and production..980 2......... Table 1-66...0 10..0 408 254 273 13.. by State and United States.. 250 .....0 9..........550 ....... 1 1 4 15 18 ....000 1........0 14. 1.........4 71..600 98........... KY 2 ....900 1.......0 15............. 2.........0 78..250 ......488 .............983 345....................0 56.. SC 2 ..... 11 12 65 180 272 ........ 180 ...... 80 Tons 8. ........................ PA 2 .. 120.. 65 11 43 140 50 ...........900 13 120 85 90 300 130 16 350 11 12 170 26 3..0 45.0 . NASS...........

.....28 5...00 0...54 4........0 0......368 ........80 6.........0 0..... (202) 720–7787.—Sorghum grain: Marketing year average price and value of production..0 0........ SC 2 .00 0...........0 ..62 6.........86 5...............4 1.........59 4........382 ........35 6.......48 3..75 9...................25 6.. 2 Estimates discontinued in 2009.................0 0.40 . 4............90 9..274 3...4 1.....47 .......0 0...........63/0.040 2......977 7.. (202) 720–2127.20 7...... SD ...............767 11..5 1.00 Put under support Loan 2 Target 3 Quantity Percentage of production 4 Dollars 3.62 6.................... 17. CA 2 ...—Sorghum grain: Support operations.....70 Acquired by CCC under loan program 5 Owned by CCC at end of marketing year Millions cwt. Percent 3..00 0..70 6.. FSA...187 .........00 6..0 0.....190 673.000 dollars ..792 39... KY 2 .............283 18..........55 9......24 0............. 37....6 3................ 8..460 US ..........2 0.48 0....................................00 0.......6 2.. MS .... AZ ...............000 dollars 1............ Million cwt. 3 Target prices were reestablished under the 2002 Act. 19..... NA-not applicable.........63/0..........20 5............... not calculated in this table.... 8........10 5...... 5.....................90 5..63/0...631.................. 1 Payment rates for the 1998/1999 through 2001/2002 crops were calculated according to the Production Flexibility Contract (PFC) program provisions of the Federal Agriculture Improvement and Reform Act of 1996 (1996 Act) and include supplemental PFC payment rates for 1998 through 2001..8 1. 6..883 ..764 23...1 0....... TX . 2009.............63/0.. 8..0 0.2 0...77 .72 5.. following enactment of the Farm Security and Rural Investment Act of 2002 (2002 Act)..............00 ..... NASS.... 23...035 1 Preliminary..0 0....065 1..90 .288 22........30 5.... ..60 8...624 1... KS ...........65 .....016 14... 5 Acquisitions for 2008/2009 as of September 1..59 4....90 6.813 46.48 Dollars Million cwt...135 40........80 5...958 6...725 62............. MO ...252 .....48 3....7 0........75 1....163 6....63/0......29 5......5 5....... 330... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00038 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-36....... .. 7.........8 . 3....168 ................................... 5...59 4............... producers who participate in the Average Crop Revenue Election (ACRE) program get a 30 percent reduction in their loan rate.... ......... CO ....95 ..... United States.....68 ...361 9..... Table 1-68.. LA .00 Dollars ............. OK .059 4......6 1..59 4.......7 .80 6..... 4 Percentage of production is on a grain basis...90 6.7 3......401 23........48 3.............. 2001–2010 Marketing year beginning September 1 2001/2002 2002/2003 2003/2004 2004/2005 2005/2006 2006/2007 2007/2008 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 Income support payment rates per cwt 1 Program price levels per cwt Dollars 1... NE . 9...... .54 4......069 12......48 0.............88 .. 70...... 0..00 0.3 1.013 2. TN 2 .....80 1....... 5........035 12........93 6..........00 0.....65 10......63/0.......2 2...86 5.................0 0..588 11.. 29.......50 9.......48 3....111 1..... VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12...59 4.... PA 2 ........... 39.......54 3.60 6...610 ...00 6................ 7....000 dollars .... Beginning with 2002/2003... 5.......340 687.....445 .... by State and United States...89 5....... 516.. 9...562 27...013 333 1...... 2008–2010 Marketing year average price per cwt Value of production State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 AL 2 ....48 3..........70 4...... 2 Starting in 2009.38 5...727 613........... IL ....743..61 6.........10 9.90 7...... AR ... Feed Grains.9 1.I–38 GRAIN AND FEED Table 1-67.......812 .....54 3........... 0............48 3...............0 0.8 4..........0 .....40 6.......63/0... Dollars 6. Crops Branch.........868 6........0 0..0 0...659 36.086 12...AG8 USDA .. the first entry is the direct payment rate and the second entry is the counter-cyclical payment rate........004 . Payment rates for the 2002/2003 and subsequent crops are calculated according to the Direct and Counter-cyclical program provisions......59 4........ NC 2 ..63/0.876 13..207........12 .0 0..... 2....5 5.05 3... NA 4.63/0.. GA ... NM ....978 19.0 0. 6..766 36.....719 1.................873 3. 20...........877 2...........91 Dollars ...72 5.628 952.

........ Others ...................177 6....258 6....94 3................ 501 202 140 359 71 1..................400 6.. United States .........68 0..000 metric tons Principle exporting countries: Argentina ...83 1.........87 1.889 38......... Ethiopia ............200 125 300 75 316 Total foreign ...654 1. 38..000 12 32 8 52 . China ...630 10....53 0........96 3..... Brazil ....51 1.............................300 10 50 5 50 25 50 25 15 20 2..800 2.......................000 hectares 840 679 716 1.83 3...........550 7.......... 5.....600 11.....848 49...... China ... and distribution statistics from foreign governments....... (202) 720-6301............. India ............................. Burkina ............. Sudan .352 2...........846 59... 2008/2009–2010/2011 Area Country Yield per hectare Production 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 Argentina .629 2....174 6. Mexico .......10 2................728 8...............722 7.......706 Principle importing countries: Chile ... India ... Others ........ Australia .773 Total ......................000 metric tons 1................ Morocco ...60 64.................. 41....53 2.000 metric tons 4...........—Sorghum: Area.............51 11.........875 1..........629 1.....000 2...................534 56. Nigeria ..160 11......................600 1.......76 3...46 1.......................... supply.......946 4.....530 1....250 7...................837 2.......... yield.......000 hectares 751 516 793 1.............. Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production..... 1...............35 4...491 United States ....00 Metric tons 4.....69 0.............AG8 USDA ...... Thailand .. South Africa .89 3................620 580 1......................786 1......... 6.........................620 559 1..................496 ... Columbia .... 1 Total .............. 300 72 404 600 212 125 6 39 1...........66 1............ Sudan ........74 1.....34 0.200 10....553 7.690 2.113 1.............004 1..... Mexico ............ VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12........... Australia .....984 6..067 11... Office of Global Analysis................—Sorghum: International trade.............500 1...... Taiwan .600 6..... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00039 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-37...........700 5.............550 7.... EU-27 ...................... EU-27 ............. 6.............079 Metric tons 3...........831 40..400 1..................... 2......44 1....07 Metric tons 4.............................500 6................................600 6..........677 2......83 1..............942 2......042 1...084 6.........000 metric tons 1.......20 3.. Nigeria .45 52.....000 metric tons 3.55 1...... 2008/2009–2010/2011 Country 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 1.. and production in specified countries. 1.............258 6............000 hectares 450 767 831 1.............34 0.............. 1.....150 3..632 4.... Others ........................794 1...................................200 1.......94 3............700 6........... Table 1-70......600 1....... supply...950 1..... 3 .........800 6.732 1......192 10.54 0.890 7..... Bolivia ........771 300 18 41 7 127 27 50 25 21 23 1......400 9...........................600 2.............36 1...522 1........631 6.....616 7...............958 1.........619 7..... Ethiopia ...................................51 2.................69 3........................75 1.......000 metric tons 1.221 3...................492 FAS.....446 Total foreign ...............500 2..49 0.......556 Total ...AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 I–39 Table 1-69...854 1...............649 2...........29 1....000 10......00 1.998 9..................410 3...262 65................................................023 FAS..............620 490 1.660 2.....10 1.528 97 400 71 531 650 200 100 800 125 1...........................447 38. Japan ........681 40. and distribution statistics from foreign governments...............250 United States ................................088 1..08 4...16 3.000 4.... Office of Global Analysis...... Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production.........41 1.... Kenya ......................... 50 46 9 30 Total foreign ... (202) 720-6301.250 11.234 1.............. Israel .14 1.....

..000 hectares 35 80 4.295 Burkina .85 metric tons 0.700 700 736 903 3......83 0.301 1..47 1.32 0...21 1.... EU-27 .521 3.170 2.442 10 100 1.250 430 4..... (202) 720-6301.15 1........05 0..600 1.. 4.....I–40 GRAIN AND FEED Table 1-71..62 1.55 0.. Chad .32 1.....742 33. Sudan . Uganda .50 1.000 hectares 1...200 1.. 2008/2009–2010/2011 Area Country Yield per hectare Production 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 1.. China ...678 7.. FAS....433 Bangladesh .96 0.700 810 471 841 3..84 0...10 0...200 1. and production in specified countries..937 55 115 1.000 metric tons 25 213 16.78 3. Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production........ Mali .74 0..700 678 630 700 3.. supply....000 hectares 35 80 4. Office of Global Analysis..yield.. supply.000 800 10..14 0.. (202) 720-6301.850 943 2..250 430 4......206 1........ yield.63 0......700 1.000 850 10..000 hectares 35 78 4.....850 943 2....... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00040 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-38..83 0.. Turkey ...188 0..171 33..295 Total . and production in specified countries..188 0....742 33.73 1..52 1..600 5...82 1.49 5...97 33.....962 34.255 472 1.. 33..98 0......71 2.521 3.75 5.41 15.32 0.28 1.514 10 100 1...77 1..50 1...667 4.200 5..000 1.....66 3..780 1. Niger .....700 7.15 metric tons 0.345 15.......000 metric tons 970 320 1.850 943 2.242 3.068 28.42 3.000 metric tons 1..433 Total ..370 1... Office of Global Analysis..200 5.. Senegal .72 0.000 metric tons 1........600 5...006 55 115 Total Foreign .42 3.315 metric tons 1... FAS..175 4......73 3........41 15.......50 5.. and distribution statistics from foreign governments.. India ..... 33.250 430 4.81 0.—Mixed grain: Area.. 4......000 hectares 1.200 5.15 metric tons 0.. and distribution statistics from foreign governments........558 55 115 1.962 34..98 0.75 metric tons 0...10 0.000 metric tons 25 232 15. Table 1-72...—Millet: Area.71 2........... VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12..000 7....71 1..068 28.667 4.. Canada . Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production.33 2......737 4.200 1.80 1.975 17............550 11.175 620 1...32 0.975 17.........345 15.600 5.. Nigeria .73 0..771 1. Switzerland ......171 33....78 0.........000 788 10....73 0. 2008/2009–2010/2011 Area Country Yield per hectare Production 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 1..66 3.440 11.296 10 100 metric tons 0.71 2.419 1...98 0...90 3....50 1.225 8...737 4...400 1.000 hectares 1.000 metric tons 25 222 15.... Others .97 33.......146 Total Foreign .....86 0...AG8 USDA ....

.. 4 Adjusted for export data.744 2...........092 47.....793 2......421 2.835 47.050 Total commercial feeds 1...000 tons 2...355 33.....948 6..........271 2. and whey for feed.....752 30..908 12...234 38..674 33...592 50... ......516 48...755 6....865 53...042 11..256 48..000 tons 1.691 2......200 30.000 tons 178 122 95 117 119 116 102 92 95 Animal protein Sunflower Total 1.....572 2......753 6..........254 2.. .514 4.000 tons 178 197 206 269 275 210 129 210 197 1...217 2.771 10.201 12.454 3..303 50.878 2..355 34.074 31. 2 Includes dried skim milk.. ERS....477 Tankage and meat meal 1...075 5...000 tons 234 340 143 298 356 343 357 388 360 1.....272 10....... hominy..449 33.560 5...... NA-not available........ and oats feed etc.275 2.... .. Year beginning October 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Soybean 1........525 1... but does not include any milk products fed on farms.....800 Mill products 3 Wheat millfeeds ...355 3.075 694 594 613 641 545 568 570 575 575 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA Total 1....564 2.000 tons 35. (202) 694–5290... 3 Other mill products that are not listed include screenings...... . . ..000 tons 2..AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 I–41 Table 1-73.000 tons 1...624 4.167 5... United States.807 1..776 6.000 tons 252 233 151 199 215 213 223 200 200 1..882 2....765 6.... 2002–2010 Oilseed cake and meal Year beginning October 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ...........784 2.343 2...398 2. Market and Trade Economics Division.894 3....000 tons 433 374 203 269 292 250 250 250 250 1.786 3....375 2.327 1 Year beginning August 1.. for which no statistics are available.—Commercial feeds: Disappearance for feed.000 tons 1.400 Gluten feed and meal 4 Rice millfeeds Alfalfa meal 1.000 tons 6..050 12...000 tons 32..459 37.. . .....232 30.917 9. VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12....154 36.AG8 USDA .894 37...000 tons 9. ....300 Cottonseed Linseed Peanut 1 1..722 2. .........400 6...320 2..000 tons 47. ..490 33... 1..147 32...928 2.873 6..000 tons 2...............904 12. . . .195 34. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00041 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-39......350 Fish meal Dried milk 2 Total 1..... ......589 1......049 2..861 2....464 6........ ...078 51..561 33....

. .1 201.. adjusted for exports of corn gluten feed and meal.219 3.281 34.......273 1....000 tons 38....022 1 In terms of 44 percent protein soybean meal equivalent.. United States.077 3.46 2.1 4..9 171.330 ..........0 3.6 71.827 33..000 tons 3..378 47. VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12.8 71....558 36.753 2.4 48.....9 94..092 3.000 tons 1.. .... 2 Marketing year beginning June 1..6 3...267 2..1 164.1 0...7 214. 2 Includes cottonseed...9 3..4 133.7 91...206 1..2 2. mill by- H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-40..000 tons 35....186 1.2 4. Corn 1 Sorghum 1 Oats 2 and barley 2 Total Million tons 155.. linseed..515 37..5 3...6 5.2 4. .6 59.1 0..288 39.. 3 Beginning 1974.8 71.2 69.2 58.9 3...9 Million tons 0..9 Million tons 165.. ......1 235.260 45..4 3... .442 1...505 42.9 70.0 162......723 2.. and sunflower meal.6 181... ...7 4..0 70.. ERS.416 45. products...1 0..000 tons 42.1 0.712 3.....31 2.......0 150..022 3.....9 4.4 3...1 231.0 155.222 Index numbers 1992=100 95 131 97 88 105 170 168 151 130 Oilseed meal Soybean meal 1.5 245..8 5...99 meals...275 1.715 3....0 5.. ERS....917 36.047 3.191 1.169 45.239 41..594 36....5 188..2 4...000 tons 2.. .2 155...17 1.3 171..149 3...5 70..203 41. ...AG8 USDA .59 2.....207 2..3 3.2 Wheat 2 Rye 2 Byproduct feeds 3 Million tons 7.658 42. ..9 55.....1 0. 2002–2011 Feed grains Year beginning October 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 .....5 1.267 1.. peanut meal.....1 Million tons 55...—High-protein feeds: Quantity for feeding..........158 Other oilseed meals 2 1.9 228.038 3..5 Million tons 5. quantity per animal unit..8 171....497 3.4 55....48 2.1 0.. high-protein animal units..926 Grain protein 3 1...2 89.220 33..6 92..4 90....8 Million tons 4. Total Animal protein 1.0 210. 1..72 2....555 33.29 2..8 60...4 58..59 2..178 3...5 5.436 Million units 72......I–42 GRAIN AND FEED Table 1-74.1 92..177 1.6 141. and prices..5 4.....523 40.1 5.....3 70...7 95.3 Tons 2..4 3...232 3..3 240....1 0.3 3.. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00042 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 3 Oilseed Total concentrates Grain consuming animal units Concentrates fed per grainconsuming animal unit Million tons 228.... Market and Trade Economics Division (202) 694–5313.1 1...791 36...923 3.002 2.1 0.000 Pounds 1.3 172.092 2.....487 36.256 1.....386 42.. 2002–2010 Quantity for feeding 1 Year beginning October 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Total Highprotein animal units Quantity per animal unit High protein feed prices 1..320 37..1 143.—Feed concentrates: Fed to livestock and poultry.7 4.4 4..1 Millions 88. .4 179..772 40.1 91. Table 1-75. ...0 55. .606 3. ...355 1.1 0...034 35.. animal protein feeds........2 128..5 92..317 1.2 54.4 161... and mineral supplements......... ... .0 145..........63 2.8 1 Marketing year beginning Sept..... Market and Trade Economics Division (202) 694–5313.... .. .202 2.5 134.724 3.6 6..

........686 1......6 Pounds 230 219 224 229 214 199 199 175 192 Pounds 96 95 95 100 97 92 92 86 89 Pounds 368 344 342 360 353 337 331 277 300 Hogs per 100 pounds produced Horses and mules two years and over per head Pounds 592 574 581 603 581 551 562 502 513 Pounds 3.......316 5.....847 3. (202) 694–5313....... 2003 ...380 12..271 1......282 5... 4 Preliminary...........................266 1......... with quantity expressed in equivalent feeding value of corn..... ....538 6...260 Pounds 1.............026 927 1. 2001–2010 Dairy cattle Beef cattle Sheep and lambs Milk cows Year beginning October 2001 ...265 1....719 Poultry Year beginning October 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 ........719 1...9 11.............834 9..302 5.302 5.... Table 1-77....187 9....313 5.... 2008 ...... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00043 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-41.......844 3. 2002–2011 Year beginning October Concentrates Harvested roughage Million tons Million tons 2002 . 2010 4 .......... Market and Trade Economics Division.255 1...769 1 Feed consumed by all cattle divided by the number on feed Jan.4 11.. 2006 ...743 1.......901 5.3 11.....758 12.. by type of feed......... divided by the net live-weight production of cattle and calves.... with quantity expressed in equivalent feeding value of corn.... 1............... 2003 .........031 6...441 9.866 8...2 10...803 3..9 10...889 8. ... .....687 1. 2007 ..... 2002 ........... ......... It includes the growth on dairy heifers and calves as well as all beef cattle. ..................... 3 Including wool produced............214 1...... 2 Feed for all cattle. 2010 1 ........... ....... 2006 .......880 5.......268 13...... (202) 694–5290....... ERS...548 6....... 2009 ..689 1.....206 Per head Per 100 pounds produced 3 Pounds 1.......503 6.541 6...361 12.225 1. 1 Per 100 eggs Per head Per 100 pounds live weight Per head Per 100 pounds produced Per head Per 100 pounds produced Pounds 129 128 129 134 131 124 124 116 120 Pounds 51 50 50 52 50 47 46 43 45 Pounds 31 31 31 32 31 29 29 28 29 Pounds 888 846 917 991 927 979 1..... 2007 .495 Pounds 5............903 3.239 1................155 6.............076 6...........................027 12.......503 6..........841 Pounds 1....394 Pounds 9.....272 1... .......329 5.. 1 1 Other beef cattle per head All beef cattle per head Cattle and calves per 100 pounds produced 2 Pounds 6..589 6......... except milk cows....3 11..020 6... Market and Trade Economics Division.........985 13..............278 1........................087 12..........803 3...267 1.............. 2005 .441 8...AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 I–43 Table 1-76.299 1.......006 Pounds 11............558 6....277 1...425 6......... Per head Per 100 pounds milk produced Pounds 13... 2004 ... .............773 10..........965 12.. 2005 ......—Feed: Consumed per head and per unit of production..........9 10.—Feed: Consumed by livestock and poultry......278 1........856 3.........678 1........076 6.......440 6..662 1......272 1.268 Pounds 6... ERS..276 1.........5 10.......047 5......867 3.......... 2008 .111 Pounds 72 70 69 70 67 64 64 61 59 58 Other dairy cattle per head Cattle on feed per head Jan.. 250 254 268 264 253 260 236 233 225 202 Pasture Total Million 83 85 86 87 82 80 83 83 82 82 Million tons 162 154 154 157 162 163 158 156 153 149 494 493 509 508 497 503 477 472 460 433 1 Preliminary........319 5..276 1....AG8 USDA ... 2009 ...118 6.922 9...........314 5........269 5..........659 1.758 12..282 1......745 9.....690 1...... 2011 . by class of livestock or poultry.. VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12..729 3..... Hens and pullets Chickens raised Broilers produced Turkeys raised Per head Jan................233 1.... 2004 ...

......... Livestock and Grain Market News Branch... No. 2 Yellow Barley.52 7..29 2......13 2...53 3.........79 2............786 77......11 2...373 77............ 2007 .....04 3...233 68............. NA Dollars per bushel .............118 92... 2 Livestock and poultry numbers weighted by all concentrates consumed......... No.... 2 Yellow (truck) Corn....603 92......31 3.........23 3............... USDA. No................... 2 Yellow (truck) Calendar year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ........ 2 Feed Oats.........74 5....... 88.98 3..03 2..... . 2003 ..............490 92......81 Memphis: 2Corn...........08 Dollars per bushel ..................38 4............... 3......71 1.. Table 1-79.. In calculations for the feeding years 1969 to date.............749 95.....000 units 2002 ....... 2004 ...... 3 Livestock and poultry numbers weighted by all roughage (including pasture) consumed............97 2...51 2........ ..... 2009 ... No...03 4........ 2.. ....05 8.....10 9..77 2.........—Feed grains: Average price......... 4 Livestock and poultry numbers weighted by all feed (including pasture) fed to livestock..... 1.......90 4............................. No..... 2 White (truck) Dollars per bushel 1......... 2 Yellow (truck) Dollars per cwt...............52 2......07 4...02 6........318 70.....12 3..714 78.....................85 3..............53 6........ 2008 ..70 Dollars per bushel .. 2 Yellow Dollars per bushel 2.. 3 or Better malting Duluth Barley...144 91......... ...000 units 1................34 3...98 5. Louis: Corn........386 69........289 80...........11 3......16 Corn..........42 2..65 Dollars per bushel ..94 Chicago: Corn..................236 89..43 3.......91 2.....71 5....58 2................765 77................. 2 Yellow Dollars per cwt........... .......045 70.... 2005 ...........000 units 1..54 5............... 2002–2011 1 Year beginning October Grainconsuming 2 Roughageconsuming 3 Grain and roughageconsuming 4 1..499 1 Index series based on average feeding rates for years 1969–71.............13 2........420 72... ... 2.. ........... 2 White Dollars per bushel ....647 71......07 3.................38 2......48 1.... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00044 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-42......34 2................ No..438 90...01 2................ (202) 694–5313............ 4...34 2.... No....24 3...... AMS............... VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12...............26 1 Simple average of daily prices. .... Dollars per bushel . ............. .....887 70.731 79.....38 1.36 1.....67 5............. Market and Trade Economics Division....12 3...91 1.. 2...............32 3........ 2006 .................78 4.... 4.... .........27 6.... ............................ . 2.......81 4..............782 78........ 1........27 Omaha: Corn........03 4..56 4.... 2....24 2....... United States... roughage-consuming........ (202) 720–6231.70 1................. ......... No..... cattle numbers used are the new categories shown in the Livestock and Poultry Inventory.....66 3...... .. .... ............................ .84 2........................20 2...........98 2...19 2..27 4....60 4....57 6..... published by NASS....... NA-not available......... 2010 ......... ......033 77....40 1......................11 2.... ...95 . 5 Preliminary.24 2..69 4...76 4.....042 78. 2011 5 ........94 4.... No..41 5...22 2...76 3................. ..........27 3...............03 Minneapolis Sorghum.............—Animal units fed: Grain-consuming.........................33 2.........829 71....I–44 GRAIN AND FEED Table 1-78....64 2........55 2..........79 NA ..... ERS............................ 2 Yellow (truck) Dollars per cwt......55 2.............06 7..149 77..46 3................... 2001–2010 1 Kansas City Calendar year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ... and grain-androughage-consuming.. No............. ....... No......85 2. No....... 2 Yellow Dollars per bushel 1................. Corn..............61 5.....43 5................87 2...........24 2......... selected markets and grades..21 2...........753 71.......70 3.......74 Texas High Plains: Sorghum.......26 4.........25 St..34 4....42 4...............AG8 USDA .....................82 1.......479 70..................749 91....36 2..851 93..................

21 212.28 224... .. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00045 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-43..97 ...17 69.......00 74....16 Blackstrap molasses New Orleans Dollars per ton 63...20 152...02 50..77 189....60 230. .....23 122..12 148....83 68.... 134...........39 331. VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12.........09 347.........13 206.96 326.57 161.....36 227.50 166.83 174...34 122..82 54........ 2001–2010 Soybean meal Year beginning October 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ..51 129.24 94...77 210..06 1...AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 I–45 Table 1-80...50 59.62 Dollars per ton 50....90 119......31 148.53 115. Year beginning October 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ..72 208.....05 64..00 94.62 80.82 54.265....93 210...38 134.. .. .21 153..27 67...53 .. AMS..50 100.. ....AG8 USDA .04 75.53 236.95 ( 1) ( 1) ( 1) (1) (1) (1) (1) Wheat bran Wheat middlings Kansas City Minneapolis Dollars per ton 62..25 249.20 136... NA-not available.......53 298.23 72..77 65.31 90. Dollars per ton 55... .......51 81..52 193.00 487...33 90....35 135..13 106....04 113..19 93........... .......42 56.... .58 156.82 265........30 190....74 65...95 237..06 861..00 160...77 Columbus Dollars per ton 94.07 67.89 141.53 866.55 59..... .57 Dollars per ton 121.......06 Midwest Illinois Points Dollars per ton 60.49 265..17 94.20 89..34 .....61 121......63 70..78 Dollars per ton 165..... .69 299...30 185.25 75.19 178.84 187..80 Dollars per ton 166..59 171...16 68.....63 58....50 524.68 128.. ....66 77...81 58.38 ....30 188..24 167.....20 460..77 179.....72 293.. 44% protein 48% protein Decatur Decatur Dollars per ton 165.00 196.70 136.05 Dollars per ton 358. .12 87.47 89......17 175.....60 (1) (1) (1) (1) (1) (1) (1) Wheat shorts or middlings Cottonseed meal Dollars per ton 173..12 94..48 334. Livestock and Grain Market News Branch.06 154.62 Dollars per ton 63.28 NA NA NA NA NA NA 1 Discontinued..... ....64 153....02 63.00 57..61 Lawrenceburg Dollars per ton 80.70 116.72 Gluten feed Hominy feed Distillers’ dried grains Brewers’ dried grains 21% protein Kansas City Portland Dollars per ton 62. ..09 115..85 120.88 59.. 17% protein Suncured Kansas City Kansas City Dollars per ton 139.36 Dollars per ton 130.26 110.....23 72..05 231... at leading markets...... (202) 720–6231.. 707.20 134. ..49 85. ..87 166. ..10 172...........15 68. 114.34 72.50 205..19 44..60 167... in wholesale lots..73 313. ..31 134.95 85...00 94.72 84..63 169.84 108.. .....82 115.44 Alfalfa meal Dehydrated.........05 138...93 59.48 124....48 109..19 151..27 850. .68 87...47 Wheat millrun Linseed meal Meat meal Fish meal 41% protein 41% protein 34% protein 50% protein 60% protein Kansas City Memphis Minneapolis Kansas City Gulf Coast Dollars per ton 142...53 61...—Feedstuffs: Average price per ton bulk........43 225...

.3 33..... 2008–2010 Marketing year average price per bushel Value of production State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 CO .... 2003 ..000 bushels 7..25 3. (202) 720–2127.800 US ...5 32. Table 1-82...587 1 Preliminary..21 48.83 3.000 dollars 24..........460 48....275 1... by State and United States... 2005 ...000 dollars 15.460 48. 2007 ...30 3....017 25.60 Dollars 4........ production.880 8.... 2008–2010 Area planted Area harvested State 2008 2009 1 1...195 16.... Crops Branch...........450 15.. 2008 .290 3....95 4..0 30...462 33...611 43....0 30..... NE ...668 11.....000 acres CO ..875 11.587 1 Preliminary.. 2002–2010 Area Year Planted Harvested 1...000 acres 2010 1....975 48............660 41..... Crops Branch...900 14.5 31.95 2.... NE .....0 35. 32. SD .000 acres 2010 1 1.....3 18...... yield.0 33.....I–46 GRAIN AND FEED Table 1-81.0 1....90 3..... SD ....875 11..... and production.. NASS..20 2....915 1. and value.........509 10.8 Marketing year average price per bushel received by farmers Production 1.....23 2..065 13...670 10...21 Value of production 1.8 14.000 acres 1......87 4....225 4.017 2009 2010 1 1....... SD ..............10 3... NE ..095 2....... Dollars 3.3 26. (202) 720–2127...87 4.............—Proso millet: Area. VerDate Aug 31 2005 11:43 Mar 12.250 1..000 bushels 7.. yield.... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00046 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR01\I-44...000 bushels 3..000 acres 520 730 710 565 580 570 520 350 390 275 620 595 515 475 520 460 265 363 Yield per harvested acre Bushels 13....5 32...... Bushels 33. NASS.67 3.....535 1 Preliminary.000 acres 2002 .......730 42..000 dollars 26...640 1...5 21.19 4.....—Proso millet: Area..535 Dollars 7.. 520 350 390 460 265 363 Yield per acre Production State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 CO ....000 acres 2009 1.. 2006 ..320 5.299 10.... 3......... (202) 720–2127....000 1..050 US . 270 140 110 170 95 85 220 90 80 230 130 100 150 50 65 215 88 60 US ...000 dollars 30. NASS........650 25...748 78......... United States. 2009 .428 7.25 1..........590 4.... 2004 ....5 25.22 2....668 13.3 33.000 acres 2008 1.... Table 1-83...09 4...350 2..—Proso millet: Marketing year average price and value.0 30... 2010 1 ....0 Bushels 35..0 Bushels 33....23 2. Crops Branch..880 8..AG8 USDA ............ by State and United States.000 bushels 5..35 Dollars 2. 1.5 31..0 27...

.7 138.. 2008 .8 19.0 255...695.0 420..........815.0 492..0 306.0 2. CA .0 367.3 49.052 766 682 1.0 280...0 5....0 117.... 2005 ..250.8 399.. GA ..... yield.. TN . (202) 720–2127. Table 2-2..5 345. MS .226 1.6 1..5 180.7 49.........0 64...0 1.0 63.000 bales 3 1.. FL .802.... MO ..4 204..1 64..8 403.........0 3..698..... VA .5 480 1....5 1.0 117. Table 2-1.3 12.0 230....281 758 768 1..462 1.0 48.890...652.7 48...0 38.0 45.000..974.......0 405......0 10.0 31.500......9 15..0 443.731..6 119.121..0 9. and type by State and United States..0 286.600.0 34.0 35....0 698.471.0 255.—Cotton: Area..0 272.8 18.000 acres 2008 2009 2010 2 2008 1..0 78.0 195.0 390..2 7.0 285. 2006 . SC ...0 72.0 92....0 755. 3 480-pound net weight bale...104. 2 Preliminary.000 acres 2008 2009 2010 2 1.0 7..000 Pounds Pounds Pounds bales 3 2009 2010 2 1....217 5.4 15.0 82.483 766 821 787 842 993 1.471.021...6 480..0 4.0 9.....000 dollars 3. 2002 ...0 545.0 2. US .. SUGAR CROPS...2 Value of production 1...974. TOBACCO.. Crops Branch.0 5.0 47.5 10..0 685. KS .0 387.000 acres 15.149.0 1.0 437.6 18.0 67.0 550..0 7......0 114. NASS.0 115......0 25..2 9.993.0 360..3 12.....770.0 349.0 53. this chapter includes tables on fibers other than cotton and syrups. market year average price.....8 17......0 281. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00001 Fmt 1001 Sfmt 1001 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR02\II-01. LA . sugar....2 201..0 2..646 723 902 748 745 687 927 1.7 7.1 1 Production ginned and to be ginned.000..174 838 750 898 845 703 732 805 469..0 50.0 65. yield... AR .... and oils.9 13..7 16...0 763..0 2.. 2001–2010 Area Yield per harvested acre Year Planted 2001 ...0 940.. Cottonseed data..761 4.0 1.CHAPTER II STATISTICS OF COTTON....274.000..0 319.0 246...0 1......568.5 10..0 1..698..0 1....1 7. NM .658..568....1 375..6 15..0 260.0 141..200 430...497.6 12.5 18.4 464....7 813 777 812 12.0 951...... all . tobacco.0 115...297..0 17.6 14..0 422..0 155.848 3..0 5.787.. NM .0 285.000 acres 13..0 145.0 1.0 502.. AZ ..187..0 3.....176...068 1.1 340..815.0 4..0 201...9 504..0 170....8 17..2 1..296..8 83.494 686 836 845 1. TX .104.0 2..8 2..187...0 120..0 248.8 151...7 10..237 836 902 0.....787.0 270..957.0 681..0 71..0 60.0 207... are in the following chapter on oilseeds...0 193.003.. 2009 ..0 5..620..0 610.045 1..000 acres 1.0 365. 174.0 135..1 Pounds 705 665 730 855 831 814 879 813 777 812 Marketing year average price per pound received by farmers Cents 32.. NC ..4 13..149.390. 2008–2010 Area planted Area harvested Yield per harvested acre Production 1 State 2008 2009 2010 2 1.000 acres 1.302.416..172 990 785 872 843 634 1...7 10.330.7 7.7 23.0 133.0 262.....450..7 17..9 12...0 83..2 23....0 305. NASS..0 787 1.5 12..315.......000 acres 1....0 410.0 51.. 2004 ..0 134.0 7.0 310...2 21..5 18.0 530...... Harvested 1.768.1 11..5 370..0 1..7 1....971 7...0 10....0 10... United States..0 300....0 234..587. and honey........0 35..012 1.7 63.0 31.516.250..827....008..0 0.000 bales 3 Upland: AL ..0 380...0 225......7 Production 1....0 89....565 5.0 13.0 61....0 4.827...0 430. TX .6 116...0 303.0 683...238 5..0 34.057..0 520..0 9. and value..907 3.0 124..0 113.7 12..517 1..208..2 168.8 155. (202) 720–2127..0 205..0 428.0 500.250.. Crops Branch..132 5........528.485 3..489. CA .477 818 1. production.1 US.528.9 361..550......0 71.0 240...0 24.479.0 376.245.6 13..389 1.255..384.—Cotton: Area..400.0 9....0 300.0 138. 2007 ..777...0 852.. OK .600.0 540...6 12... production..0 135.000 acres 1..000 bales 1 20.170 1..0 620.....506 916 835 653 576 911 1.0 249.0 144.0 290.106 974 847 811 881 909 657 908 803 668 1.4 61.0 990.. 2 Preliminary. 0.AG8 USDA ....0 848.317.704 1 480-pound net weight bales.0 142..0 920..0 202.0 US .0 2.0 4...350..0 82.... 9.0 American Pima: AZ . 290.0 3..5 182..0 308.5 338........860. II–1 VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:11 Feb 29.0 124..0 280.0 82.0 3.0 70.0 38.0 29. fats..0 415...0 44.. 2003 . 2010 2 .....0 615.0 123.5 13....0 195.0 125. AND HONEY In addition to tables on cotton.0 2..013....5 10.7 31.. however...0 545.840..206.0 4.

... 2008–2010 Marketing year average price per pound Value of production State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 Dollars Dollars Dollars 1.............649 0........761 0...73 6..40 72.. 2010/2011 3 ..........276 136......585 0...00 52...866 0....998 394......914 211..92 52......67/12..... Table 2-4...AG8 USDA ..403 Percentage of production Percent 69.469 16.........800 2..........481 0.170 ......... 2002/2003 .599 0.....071 ...362 .864 0. 0.....317....73 6..58 6. NC ... MO .438 0.630 0.....633 224...00 52.752 6... NM ......... 1..839 14..971 7..... NM 2 .......540 0...122 American-Pima: AZ 2 .....384 395........514 0.....066 246....645 0.568 25... United States.903 0.582 US.927 0.816..000 dollars 1......799 138....00 52. OK .00 52.67/12....629 0.25 1..962 21.... TX ...673 0.. 2006/2007 ... all ........563.992 ...699 1.000 dollars 1.40 72..957 180...... Payment rates for the 2003/2004 and subsequent crops are calculated according to the Direct and Counter-cyclical program provisions.....083.......800 204.......656 275.67/13......... 0.787. NASS...........738 ...859 98.....630 0. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:11 Feb 29....832 3.... 17...40 72.....479 0....699 167.585 0.960 308.. Income support payment rates per pound 1 Cents 12.773 235......852 3. AR .. 202...051 US .645 0.0 72....721 0........ US ............534 6..............644 0....651 0... FSA. ............... Fibers...5 85..887...762 64.. (202) 720-3392..........648 0........ 2003/2004 ..892 .40 72........ AND HONEY Table 2-3............170 1......... following enactment of the Farm Security and Rural Investment Act of 2002 (2002 Act).470 0.. 2004/2005 .40 72..00 52..........00 52...0 76...... 2001–2010 Marketing Year beginning August 1 2001/2002 .... 1.675 174..214 46..25 71......203 130.000 bale 1............650 0. ....820 101....00 52....7 76..691 935....482 3.66 6......7 77.. (202) 720–2127. Beginning with 2003/2004.268 1..000 dollars Upland: AL ..........966 34.059 37..160 ..67/13.... CA ........58 Program price levels per pound Loan * Cents 51........780 0....606 108.. * For Upland cotton.....73 6.990 1......409 105.. 0......870 0............—Cotton: Marketing year average price per pound.961 ..... NA-not applicable.504 0.050 0........... CA ... SC ........1 58.............462 0... TOBACCO..328.... 0...67/12.....498 0....820 ....... 2 Estimates not published to avoid disclosure of individual operations.... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00002 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR02\II-02.490 0..628 0.976 104....211 16....3 64..485 3... TX 2 ....856 226.000 bale 31 0 16 8 181 79 169 4 0 0 2 106 0 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 1 Payment rates for the 2000/2001 through 2002/2003 crops were calculated according to the Production Flexibility Contract (PFC) program provisions of the Federal Agriculture Improvement and Reform Act of 1996 (1996 Act) and include supplemental PFC payment rates for 1999 through 2002... LA .728 0..021.....476 140........417 0....437 430...905 0.........677 157.429 257....7 Acquired by CCC under loan program Owned by CCC at end of marketing year 1.655 12................. KS .....II–2 STATISTICS OF COTTON.810 0....594 0...67/13. MS .67/3..40 71. 191.....844 0.. 0... 3 As of September 30...472 46........679 0..261 .......58 6..805 70..8 83.704 1 Preliminary. the loan rate is for base quality rather than average as is done for other commodities..657 0.... the first entry is the direct payment rate and the second entry is the maximum counter-cyclical payment rate.00 52.00 Put under Loan Quantity Target 2 Cents NA 72.079 113...........93 6....... AZ .......584 153..466 17..................798 0........524 0.........680 54.655 0.429 52.....957 606...691 157..000 bale 13.67/13....... 2009/2010 .757 0. GA .721 338... 2008/2009 ...415 0.. 398..639 29..—Cotton..783 17...25 71............. 2007/2008 . 2005/2006 .... American Upland: Support operations... ....190 57.859 126.....7 81...278 11.688 0..470 0.....645 83.740 10......449 0. 1.796 199. 2 Target prices were reestablished under the 2002 Act...005 8. FL .........342 35...... by State and United States..636 10... . 11... 2011.73 6..... SUGAR CROPS.. TN ..... 0......67/13.73 6..092 17...478 0............ Crops Branch..792 926.490 0..... VA ..491 0...........724 297. and value...

......... end of season 2 1..656 1...600 1...... 2009 ...289 7...00 478...315.381 5.930 1......00 1. United States..00 1. Compiled from reports of the Bureau of the Census...991.499 3. Turkey .. Pakistan .00 661.00 495... yield..500 8..200 9..........500 5..388 7.135 2...081 101..253 20...900 340 600 1....900 8...330 911....800 2....989 22.250 4.000 hectares 600 590 1..300 200 10.321....875 11... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:11 Feb 29.....384 114..42 3. 1–July 31. 2004 ....160 2...531 1..........023.......30 3.00 871.........930 7.00 910..576 26..000 940 23...00 1....631 13....957 28.. 1. Uzbekistan . and pickings from cotton damaged by fire and weather.136 2.114 33.940 1 Ginnings during the 12 months...305 5.00 1...000 bales 7.....604 (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) 1.......390 5.600 8.....480 36.419.....221 9.00 771.00 12.00 744...600 4..00 703.411 5.....000 bales 5......683 17.457.....00 1..—Cotton: Supply and distribution.877 9.....900 320 640 1......882 Kilograms Kilograms Kilograms Argentina .415. Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production..381 5... 2010 3 ... and production in specified countries...775 5..00 653.700 1.... and distribution statistics from foreign governments...336 3...237 12....255 435. 3...852 2...150 240 11. China .....361. 2005 .000 bales 10. (901) 384–3016.591 30. Beginning of season total 2 1......223 9......AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 II–3 Table 2-5.00 1....AG8 USDA ..266 89...699 6...576 23... 2003 ..000 bales 7.872 27..200 9.......300 4... India ....000 bales 25.000 metric tons 1...00 653.188 18......076 5....593 17. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies.00 486..500 850 24. 2006 ...122 6. Aug.....151 Total foreign ... 2008/2009–2010/2011 Area Country Yield per hectare Production 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 1... 27.. Turkmenistan .. Others ...305 5.. 2002 .....00 1.. Table 2-6..687 13....193 3..000 hectares 300 164 843 6.745 4.. Office of Global Analysis.650 23..000 280 550 1.00 544...047 4...439 3.196 96..729 22..850 Distribution Consumption 1 Ginnings in season 1 Total supply 2 1.550.429. 2008 .289..00 1.028 5.. supply....750 1.00 523.. Cotton and Tobacco Programs.00 1.. AMS....293 3.000 metric tons 1... Brazil .528 27.050 250 9....104 Total .653 4..00 1......31 94..172 3. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00003 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR02\II-03..963 20........... Australia ....154 17.00 1. Includes an allowance for ‘‘city crop’’ which consists of rebaled samples 2May include small volume of foreign growths.00 705.. 30..490 1...932.00 1.330 13.....—Cotton: Area..250 3..002...651 1.00 1............451 United States ...502 762.713 12.998 18.000 bales 19. 2001–2010 Supply Year beginning August 1 2001 .350 4..067 29...958 Carryover..846 1......000 metric tons 600 1.84 495.368 5....00 733.878 9... 2007 .00 1...462 11.700 1..310 3....063 3..921 25.137 6...815 12.300 4...00 490.00 697.827 17.555 FAS...83 454..00 107..150 22.000 bales 7........00 1.....87 1.. (202) 720-6301....600 9.00 1.968 5.. Greece ...699 6.000 1..649 11..100 1.000 bales 99 100 61 60 49 (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) Exports Total 1..022 6.236.420 5...571 13... 3 Preliminary...........000 hectares 440 200 836 5.........929 22.....00 1.....000 9.696 Upland American Pima 1....450 32...729 16.300 30..038 12....406 2.

.......... NM .3 5.....6 20. 7 10 7 2008 Percent 2009 2 4 3 * * 39 14 1 6 3 Percent 10 6 5 16 12 68 6 19 10 10 1 11 4 12 2010 Percent 2011 3 10 16 2 13 * 4 2 * 3 Percent 15 16 17 14 30 29 64 6 9 29 22 10 22 Percent 41 1 63 7 18 20 57 54 78 52 30 69 33 4 19 38 *Less than 0.0 5........ AMS. ...... SUGAR CROPS.........7 21......... SC ........... AR .. CA ........4 4.7 20...........8 0...0 *Less than 0...... * * * * * 0...... LA .....0 12.....0 6............... TN ..... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00004 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR02\II-04..2 9.......... Percent 19 1 * * 19 13 2 * 16 25 * 5 Percent 21 11 1 2 10 28 8 22 9 19 13 6 Percent 15 12 * 2 22 14 3 9 6 3 3 US ...... ...0 21...................................8 0... OK ... ..2 29........6 5.............9 12...1 0.. ......... ...0 7...7 29.......... MO ...AG8 USDA ............5 percent......5 1............... Cotton and Tobacco Programs.......... Cotton and Tobacco Programs.. 2006–2010 Year Fiber strength 1 2006 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 2007 2008 and below ..................9 0...... .2 2..... AZ ...1 11..9 3.....9 2......... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:11 Feb 29... .....0 0...... .6 17... GA ...II–4 STATISTICS OF COTTON.......... Table 2-8............5 17....6 * * * * * * 0... United States.4 18. FL ......4 1.. ............................2 strength expressed in terms of 1⁄8″ gage (grams per tex)...0 18....4 1......1 0......8 11......... (901) 384–3016....... ..2 Average ........6 2.......1 5.......... 1 Fiber 2009 2010 * * * * * * 0....1 20.......3 10............3 0.... AND HONEY Table 2-7............... and above ..... American Upland: Estimated percentage of the crop forward contracted by growers.2 1....6 0.... .. (901) 384–3016..05 percent.....2 0......................4 1..3 * * * * * * * 0...................4 12.. .9 11.......2 0......................... .2 0..5 14................................................. TOBACCO..2 17.. .6 16.......1 0..8 * * * * * 0..0 3........ 29........... .......... MS .. ....................5 18...........9 2..............7 2...5 6...........1 30..........—Cotton.8 1...4 20.......4 11... AMS...3 1...... NC .1 3....... American Upland: Percentage distribution of fiber strength.................2 2.......................4 0..1 0.. TX ..8 6..........5 29.....—Cotton..8 19...... .... 2004–2011 Crop of— State 2004 2005 2006 2007 AL ......... by States.. ....9 17...............1 0.9 1.........

..642 1..700 4....385 1.. Light spotted color grades 51 61 and 71 22 and higher 32 42 52 and lower Other color grades 1 All grades 2 1.042 2...... 2009 ....376 1.696 7..692 5. Cotton Program......236 2............232 8... 2006 ..892 3.735 4.803 1.123 3.000 bales 1. 2002 .. 2004 ...627 319 1.. ..000 bales 1..285 3.106 1.638 20...999 408 White color grades Crop: 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 .312 1. by staple groupings.000 bales 1..000 bales 1. Yellow Stained....030 2.145 3.... 2012 Jkt 000000 1....557 3.......328 699 425 1.609 1.419 17. 2002 .079 674 1...181 8. Crop: 2001 ..128 5....832 22... American Upland: Carryover and crop............630 5. .541 3....079 4.....030 6.... 2010 .. Cotton and Tobacco Programs.995 1.297 6. 2002 ....075 11....000 bales 1.874 2.. 2010 ...000 bales 1.698 3. ..547 218 107 502 54 530 90 132 123 236 234 4 2 8 1 18 1 3 4 0 0 63 99 37 22 42 68 59 77 45 42 148 238 193 47 154 92 133 137 64 17 601 769 475 51 505 146 209 200 84 83 21 and higher 31 41 1....700 4....464 1.849 2..971 4...468 8..819 6.....466 2...909 4.495 1..371 4.000 bales 1.075 11..... 2004 ..AG8 USDA .. United States Year beginning August 1 Staple 26 and shorter 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 and longer 1.....357 869 1.138 1 Includes all color grades of Spotted. running bales...842 4.228 8...423 825 970 1. 2 Carryover as reported by the Bureau of the Census..832 22.248 3.461 4............... 2005 .. ..128 1......925 12..000 bales Carryover: 2001 ....000 bales 1 - 1 Carryover VerDate Aug 31 2005 All staples 1 PO 00000 Frm 00005 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 2 Less than 500 bales...460 1... 2007 .. 2008 . 21 and higher 31 41 51 2..000 bales 1.....000 bales 1..596 4...840 2.788 4.947 3. and Below Grade.827 816 255 1...... 10:11 Feb 29..785 6..096 9.647 5. 2006 .324 4.543 7....... 2009 ..000 bales 1.160 2..692 5.....178 3.....402 5.......573 1....029 8.794 4.000 bales 1.......466 2. 4 (2) 1 1 (2) (2) - 22 4 15 3 4 (2) (2) (2) (2) 88 9 35 14 17 4 5 6 3 - 241 32 69 33 77 32 62 62 11 (2) 558 200 214 142 213 173 382 368 61 63 1.225 3.......184 161 241 402 52 and lower Other color grades 1 859 67 567 312 198 745 166 419 278 488 124 782 164 24 16 12 30 124 All grades 3 16..402 5.665 2.....000 bales 1.... Table 2-10...314 5...084 2.675 1.099 3.512 7..000 bales 1.. 2009 ..224 1..259 624 723 650 588 524 195 120 317 3..828 2.465 19.805 6....592 4....000 bales 1. (901) 384–3016. 2008 ..000 bales 1.AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 II–5 Table 2-9.........838 (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) - 1 2 1 1 (2) 1 (2) (2) (2) (2) 9 22 10 9 1 7 2 1 2 1 53 123 57 56 16 29 14 7 11 8 256 457 202 196 127 136 113 41 39 61 974 1......000 bales 1..693 5... 2005 ..189 1.261 5...392 1...096 9..972 3....290 21.976 1...419 5..341 2.681 1. by grade groupings.712 2.389 7.... (901) 384–3016... ....874 2..039 16.429 4....175 2.......611 2... . 3 Bales classed as reported by AMS.. .. 2003 .—Cotton. 2006 .....638 20...574 685 488 1.000 bales 1.. 2010 ........000 bales 1.......536 1.659 3.205 2.....053 17..000 bales 1.071 1........086 193 1.423 7.........972 3.... 2005 .....053 17.....755 5. 2003 ....000 bales 1. 2004 .810 9..668 1...810 9..209 708 708 389 543 510 924 892 337 48 1.819 6.. American Upland: Carryover (2001-2010) and crop (2001-2010)...234 596 435 975 1...788 4........930 5. AMS.. H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR02\II-05.....955 541 397 592 391 776 382 150 54 251 7 186 62 127 126 55 98 67 76 115 19 339 66 39 38 3 71 5.613 4..615 1....821 8...838 Light spotted color grades 61 and 71 22 and higher 29 2 45 5 4 4 2 21 7 122 156 180 303 146 188 169 55 221 32 594 278 605 591 296 238 171 97 264 42 1.......874 2.—Cotton..376 2....582 1... 2001–2010 White color grades Year beginning August 1 Carryover: 2001 ...... 2003 ...290 21.. 2007 ...138 as reported by the Bureau of the Census...419 17.262 17... Cotton and Tobacco Programs.873 1.... .804 1.149 1..764 1.. Crop as reported by AMS..........063 7..325 988 1. 2007 .. United States........ running bales......499 6..873 4.. 2008 ....373 852 336 1...262 17... Cotton and Tobacco Programs..610 4... Tinged. AMS.....314 5.....925 12....

..4 34.8 547.. MS .. SC . crop as reported by AMS..5 38.............1 19.7 35.9 729.2 37...1 22. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00006 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR02\II-06..7 36. 7⁄8-inch = 28..9 34.4 1. etc..1 34.8 35.5 35..8 36.7 35...000 bales 67.1 35.......8 822..9 3.4 35.0 35..7 51.6 35. 2008 ..1 35. Upland: Average staple length of Upland cotton classed..5 377.....9 35.0 0.....6 35...9 35.....8 34.5 10.0 0..7 128.... American Pima: Carryover (2006-2010) and crop...6 34.8 621.........5 35.....7 34... Year beginning August 1 Carryover: 2006 .......8 36..5 51.2 0..4 35...1 34.5 35.9 35.. VA ......9 1..8 35.0 0.......2 1. AND HONEY Table 2-11.7 35.—Cotton.....5 29.2 35.0 34.5 243.....5 163.3 34....4 34......6 146.......1 34.. SUGAR CROPS...7 10..4 (2) US ....4 31...... TN .. Cotton and Tobacco Programs.......7 31.......0 18.8 10...1 1....9 36.0 7....7 34...6 34...5 34. NM .6 56...7 118. 2009 ......3 1 Carryover as reported by the Bureau of the Census.1 18. MO .5 1 Average calculated on numerical equivalents of the staple-length designations...2 34..6 0.......6 38. 2010 ..........7 35..2 35. by State and United States... Grade Staple 42 and shorter All grades and staples 1 01 and 02 03 04 05 06 and 07 48 and longer 44 46 1..4 35...3 76.000 bales 40..2 35...9 784...1 75.8 36.8 34.8 7.....7 33....... AR ..0 0..0 1..8 35......000 bales 54..........0 35.....4 1...1 411... Crop: 2006 .....0 0....7 34.5 97..3 1..6 (2) 33. NC .8 34.. running bales. 2010 .000 bales 24...000 bales 11.0 1......9 35... OK .5 35..5 1...0 34........ 2004–2010 Average staple length (32ds of an inch) 1 State 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 AL .........2 34..1 1.8 35.0 1.....0 65..3 400..II–6 STATISTICS OF COTTON......1 0.9 8....7 25... 2010 34.2 35.. 2009 ..1 324.0 37....... FL .7 0.2 34.7 412.8 2.6 483.......1 391.... KS .. For example..5 14.....1 34..... 2008 ....7 126...2 35. AZ ....7 384.000 bales 2..6 1....5 (2) 33.1 51.0 0..5 34.0 33.................3 35..5 (2) 34.2 35. 29 32 2 Not VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:11 Feb 29.... United States... 34...4 0.. 2007 .4 0.9 34... 2007 .1 91...—Cotton..3 36.6 35...8 1..5 35....0 37.......0 36..9 0...9 34.000 bales 1.........0 36....1 34.5 0.. AMS...9 2..000 bales 0.0 (2) 34.6 34. running bales (2006-2010).2 35.4 37..1 36.5 35.2 35...4 35..4 34...000 bales 0..2 1......7 35. AMS.....6 36...9 57.0 34.AG8 USDA ..9 0.3 0......0 34.... LA ..5 35...5 35.........3 34.........2 261...0 34... Other States ..2 369.7 107..3 36..3 45.3 36..... 34..5 255.0 35.... TOBACCO...5 34... CA ..3 36.5 ⁄ -inch = 29. Cotton and Tobacco Programs..1 38...3 0.. GA .........1 34....6 33.4 33.1 35..8 34.1 0. available....8 37....3 1.. Table 2-12...1 35....4 0.......2 1.2 34.....3 36........1 36..3 (2) 35...... (901) 384–3016... Cotton Program.. by grade and staple.2 96....0 0.......... (901) 384–3016..4 35....4 35.1 0..........000 bales 0..0 0..0 35..3 1.8 8.....9 1........1 35... TX ...3 35.0 34.....9 275...0 (2) 34.....5 14...4 125.6 35.........8 11..3 0...0 15.....4 34......9 37.

. Chile ..................... Peru ................ Congo (Kinshasa) ............215 977 97 67 174 2 10 25 177 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 97 0 19 8 5 0 0 1 0 6 167 61................... India ............. 8.......................................... Brazil ...AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 II–7 Table 2-13......... Italy(*) ............. Taiwan ............ Uruguay .....035 14................................................................................ Finland ...............415 1.......... Taiwan ............................................................ Hong Kong ................... Bangladesh ..................... India ....................................145 2.............758 5............... Germany(*) ..................... Turkey ............................................................................ Colombia ..... Mexico ............................................ Germany(*) ....508 13..... Netherlands .. Japan ....................... Panama ...371 12..............305 5 15.......................................................................865 1........ Switzerland(*) ........383 180................................................746 1.....................................497 24..................................856 2.727 0 7 0 521 0 11 27 0 0 1.. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:11 Feb 29......................................287 8.......................................670 194. United Arab Emirates ....419 1............................. Guatemala ................ Mexico ................................. South ..........838 1...... Singapore ....................................694 2............................620 10............... France(*) ...... Argentina ................................. Philippines ....................467 14...736 13.775 1................................................... Other Partners ............................... United Kingdom ....459 347 998 631 0 783 42 0 79 0 958 0 0 39 79 92 73.................—Cotton: United States exports by country of destination...............................................986 2.. Korea....................................... South .................................................................. Canada ......... 109................................ Malaysia ....................383 232 201 157 157 93 80 64 46 45 33 22 22 8 8 8 7 7 7 6 6 6 5 2 2 0 0 World Total ................................. Ecuador .....................916 3.082 9...... Indonesia ..............613 384 269 312 84 0 155 69 118 0 172 187 28 0 0 0 0 4.............................................394 3................ Japan ............................. New Zealand(*) .........................................................983 See footnotes at end of table............................................. 15....652 13.......... Colombia .................AG8 USDA ...........572 3....710 0 8.......499 Cotton: China ...... 2008–2010 Year Country of destination 2008 2009 Metric tons 2010 1 Metric tons Metric tons Cotton linters: China .................................................490 1..........017 7..................... Australia(*) ....................................................................................... Sweden .....866 2...159 5.......139 2..............................................................................................................099 365 5.............. Tunisia ...265 986 809 630 393 386 189 152 121 120 101 79 39 39 4 3 World Total ..............767 28................... Spain ....................................... Other Partners .....................298 1... Peru ...841 977 842 515 0 193 435 0 0 662 841 0 0 18 0 1......................................... Thailand .................................083 94..... Hong Kong .918 101..730 5.. Turkey ................... 216.................................978 1....................791 0 11. Iceland ......387 16.........................................481 5.....................395 2.... Guyana .226 76....................... Italy(*) ....................................... Korea............ Pakistan ................... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00007 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR02\II-07.........................449 12................103 6. Dominican Republic ..............................................................................008 1........................ United Arab Emirates ....................... Guatemala ...........181 10...................... Egypt ..... Vietnam ..................................516 72.820 9..................

.699............503 0 0 174 174 487 643 18 116 3.....................505 17..........................570 165.....................217 20...........376 1...........856 26.............................690 262................................. Japan ................ Turkey ...........................070 2.........592 104.142 4.............795 259......471 66........890 13..... Thailand ..592 49........................444 65........................................................776 2..............713 32.....................148 386 7.... Korea.....177 4.874 6............307 3.. Vietnam ..... Philippines .435 4..... Mexico ...........279 781 734 237 237 210 210 197 138 99 39 0 World Total ..........712 5...............................................297 5..367 16.........763 1.....685 113..................................................853 120......137 13............................................682 7.............887 103..... Other Partners ......635 475 1................................967 6..877 187.........840 4. Colombia . Switzerland(!) .538 16..........965 26.......802 75........910 6.726 3........795 3................................658 171......................308 3.827 1..050 9.. South .303 47.......................011 32............... Morocco .................... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:11 Feb 29......... Germany(*) ............. India .771 8......692 44.......802 37..... Malaysia ......898 33...........................................222 9........330 5...........152 272..... Brazil ...172 4..........................194 6............... Pakistan .............. Bangladesh ........686 9. Japan ......................011 5.................... Italy(!) ...........................................................280 26. Turkey ...........349 119 587 1.........945 64... Indonesia ... Mexico ..........437 5.................. Peru ........—Cotton: United States exports by country of destination........................527 30.............903 43........... Honduras ..............390 4.330 22...........128 12........962 97.. Peru ..................202 2..977 6....419.................................854 2..........569 33..........................861 174..... 2008–2010—Continued Year Country of destination 2008 2009 Metric tons 2010 1 Metric tons Metric tons Cotton >1: China ...996 3..................... South ......... 114..............231 9.........543 32.....905 79 79 0 0 397 829 233 2..407 11...................654 24..................626 7.............................829 3..596 28......................608 World Total .................. Brazil ............. Other Partners ..............174 1..................................................... Korea.......... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00008 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR02\II-07C~1................338 77.....................039 8.........................................208 31.....AG8 USDA .............................................................310 1..092 621.. El Salvador ..................... Vietnam .......................................965 28......................................................622 7....472 95...................927 27....891........... Chile .355 86...... Indonesia .....211 2... Philippines ......286 4... Pakistan ....722 30.058 1................. Egypt ...... 565.............................317 269.......................473 25..............II–8 STATISTICS OF COTTON.................188 1.. Ecuador .................................................225 36... 1..183 838 447 1.... Venezuela ....................889 10..................317 7..............................................................................540 7................. India ...................162 2............. Bangladesh .527 15.................928 56... SUGAR CROPS..069 1............................... AND HONEY Table 2-13............ Taiwan ...................... Switzerland(*) .......315 20.....208 11........339 38....535 9.... Portugal . Guatemala . Malaysia ..... Taiwan .....107 See footnotes at and of table...............276 20. Thailand ............. 15........ Italy(*) .045 42.........554 2...........922 15......937 53..........................641 25....612 9.411 Pima >= 1 3/8: China ........ TOBACCO. Hong Kong ......

Malaysia .. El Salvador .. Bangladesh ...879 6......305 25.................734 6.... 2008–2010—Continued Year Country of destination 2008 2009 2010 1 1......................716 37............559 1....................... Colombia .................808 8.... Pakistan ....... Other Partners ........ South .........................776 5. Thailand ....... Italy(!) ............ Indonesia ....442 23...................... Taiwan ......... Philippines .623 9...............886 35...................................049 23..............896 35...053 60.........445 14.................................................796 13...........366 109........616 3..372 840..717 1...577 3.........881 28.....................288 2...........................924 12010 data does not reflect 13 month changes..944 14........ other >1 1/8: China . Peru ...336 2....... 321....... Turkey ......479 22.......857 80.. Tunisia ..................241 985. Users should use cautious interpretation on quantity reports using mixed units of measure......................952 239 586 1........ or are able to be converted to......................248 817 3...635 4.............................526 4.... the assigned unit of measure of the grouped commodities....432 63.... Office of Global Analysis.........849 28.....................730 17.......419 31..... (202) 720-6301......713 4.........558 131......... Brazil ..045 7................................782 381 4..428 160........... Quantity line items will only include statistics on the units of measure that are equal to..........................000 metric tons 1............298 244.........427 5... India .241 117............................533 38......... Ecuador . FAS................895 1..........809 8..AG8 USDA .................................090 24.466 75... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:11 Feb 29..............552 97..463 2...................261 4....................826 6..698 17....................329 22...... Hong Kong ............ Vietnam .... Italy(*) .....261 5.....................895 330...... Japan ..000 metric tons Cotton.............—Cotton: United States exports by country of destination.......712 10.........................864 24.981 13..............620 30..812 2.................346 17. Korea.................394 4..................468 70............. 779.............000 metric tons 1........................................ Mexico ........... Morocco ..426 6. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00009 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR02\II-08..........324 220 18..............490 12......616 5...... (*) Denotes a country that is a summarization of its component countries..........866 16.................194 11....................AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 II–9 Table 2-13........ (!) Denotes a country which is summarized into its obsolete country...............288 7...926 World Total ...

................................................806 4...000 988 1............. Korea...... Mexico .......................533 20. 13..............010 1.................500 1...... (202) 720-6301...............................—Cotton.................100 3...87 67.30 53... and season average spot prices for the base quality in the designated markets.......................................000 4. .......................67 79................... South ....................................................61 48....60 36............... 2007/2008–2009/2010 Country 1 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 1...................28 50..........000 450 450 1..................................000 bales 1.. supply..67 61....................... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:11 Feb 29.......15 45.......625 3............................................ Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production.......360 325 357 600 3.................................18 1 Prices are for mixed lots.......................... 30........919 1....................... Turkmenistan ..... SUGAR CROPS............56 42. India .........II–10 STATISTICS OF COTTON.. FOB car/truck...........200 1.............550 440 725 1.............................. Cotton Program....850 12................................16 62..........39 43................000 bales 2 Principle exporting countries: Australia .......... ....... Staple 34 1 Average High Low Cents Cents Cents .............. Pakistan ....... .. AND HONEY Table 2-14...........411 Country 2008/2009 2009/2010 2007/2008 1......... 5 Total ...................................................................500 Total ...........................................98 80... Greece ............... Office of Global Analysis.............AG8 USDA ...................................... Mali .................. 30............................................115 1.... ..46 42.........................................903 2................................................46 60............................................... ....602 2..............750 4....25 60.600 2....522 2......... 2 480-pound net weight....739 800 100 800 2................................................... Leaf 4........................66 52.................................. net weight.........................570 35....911 United States ..315 1............. ...........601 3....96 48.............................. FAS....90 209...........176 36.........201 2.800 4......... Pakistan ..........800 1..............—Cotton: International trade.690 6..... 1.......................350 1...............000 2.....86 77..000 1.......................................................244 35.......065 35..... AMS...........................762 United States ....... TOBACCO. ........................ Thailand ...........................................000 bales 1.................574 1........................176 36..767 1 Marketing year beginning Aug.............. Indonesia ............... American Upland: high................ Others .............. 47...........800 6. 3.. Others ....................996 2.. and distribution statistics from foreign governments............34 36.................................... ...............................000 675 425 750 5.650 6.. Uzbekistan .45 40........84 50.........251 6. Vietnam .. 30.................................... Turkey ............000 bales 1........................69 78............................................................................................ compressed........................ (901) 384–3016.......................................................804 23.88 55. Taiwan .. cents per pound...........................917 787 1...........612 Total foreign .50 47...................................... Egypt ........................76 137........ 16................394 1...................000 bales 1. Table 2-15..............037 14.261 12...................458 3...........000 bales 2 Principle importing countries: Bangladesh ........ 1.500 825 1....................................800 10............ 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00010 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR02\II-09....... Burkina ...990 775 350 875 6..016 1........................................... low........... . China ......................................813 2.........244 35.....050 1....................................................................... 2002–2010 Season beginning August 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Color 41.................811 Total foreign ......... .......... Brazil ........393 1.

...................... Mike groups 26 and below 27 to 29 30 to 32 33 to 34 35 to 49 50 to 52 53 and above Percent Percent 0......................... (901) 384–3016...........8 0....... Indonesia .......0 5...........4 2.......4 3. 2001–2010 Year beginning August 1 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 .. France(!) .....0 79.......4 * 1.2 81.6 0..........2 87...0 16............—Cotton..9 74.....5 10......... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:11 Feb 29........... Data Source: Department of Commerce....9 1.. United States................731 1... or are able to be converted to.........4 0.......8 3........281 0 15 23 0 0 19 19 11 1.............2 83..5 1........9 3.384 5.............8 82.....8 3..... Syria . . Quantity line items will only include statistics on the units of measure that are equal to..0 2.. 0 5... China ....5 1.......... Pakistan ......7 0...6 83.........7 1.7 17.4 77.........S........1 1..AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 II–11 Table 2-16...8 0..........6 Percent 15........AG8 USDA .. 2008–2010 Year beginning August Country of origin 2008 2009 Metric tons 2010 1 Metric tons Metric tons Cotton. by country of origin...9 3...... (202) 720-6301.............8 5...... Cotton and Tobacco Programs.... Turkey .........596 All zeroes for a data item may show that statistics exist in the other import type.3 0... .. (!) Denotes a country which is summarized into its obsolete country..5 9...... Colombia .5 1.... ... .................7 4..1 2.9 3..... FAS.3 Percent 1...7 0..............950 948 7.....016 1..........3 2.....2 6............4 6.. the assigned unit of measure of the grouped commodities................. Office of Global Analysis.............. 12.....8 1..............—Cotton and cotton linters: United States imports for consumption.........1 0.8 1.... . Foreign Trade Statistics Table 2-17.. Honduras .....05 percent. .4 Percent 0........8 5...................1 (*) Less than 0.............. .............9 0........ (*) Denotes a country that is a summarization of its component countries.......1 0..............1 1..8 * * * 0..... Mexico ......... American Upland: Percentage distribution of mike readings...9 Percent 6....6 1....... U..8 0.......... Users should use cautious interpretation on quantity reports using mixed units of measure....... AMS.... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00011 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR02\II-10.0 75...........4 4.......7 1.......................7 11............... India .8 2..... Canada .... by specified groups.......8 6. Census Bureau.... linters: Brazil ......154 842 618 199 41 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 World Total ........ Consumption or General..2 0..8 Percent 75.... France(*) ..................3 1......183 0 0 615 184 0 18 0 46 46 0 0 0 85 4.......... ...... ...... 12010 data does not reflect 13 month changes..........7 6....

31 49.06 48.51 45......38 Spotted Color 52 Leaf 5 Cents 28......83 132...51 135.09 42...12 62..92 56.. 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Cents 49.53 44..89 60.....75 58.47 133.. Table 2-19.15 45.56 Cents 31.69 49..66 49.26 47.63 Cents 33.46 48.01 44.. SJ Valley ....72 48...84 134.. Cotton and Tobacco Programs.........88 AMS..42 46.... Average ..84 46.......39 61.15 45...34 42..44 137...04 54.30 69...........46 60.99 47.. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:11 Feb 29.13 61..04 44..12 42.89 40.......60 56...75 43.67 61.. .. FOB car/truck....30 46.97 62.58 40..... South Delta ....88 1 Year beginning August 1..67 61..76 31 Cents 29. net weight.....64 59.. AMS. Leaf 4.08 48..95 62..76 Cents 139.... 2005–2010 1 Color 41.96 Color 43 Leaf 4 Cents 27..89 39..30 66.96 Cents 49.46 60.. White Color 31 Leaf 3 Cents 34.... ...... net weight...95 41..10 47..65 49...83 132... Desert SW ... East TX–OK .....98 139.—Cotton. .36 49....38 43....40 67.99 64.....28 Color 42 Leaf 4 Cents 33. .61 48.32 43.. cents per pound...76 137.59 44. Cotton and Tobacco Programs.58 48...33 50...91 138.....42 44.62 65...96 44...05 41. 29 Cents 29.....08 48..56 57..02 50.....94 42.08 43.. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00012 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR02\II-11.........58 44....... .....40 51. .99 57.73 63...57 61...50 43..24 45....98 Color 41 Leaf 4 Cents 33....32 46.05 43.. ....53 60...13 69.87 41...07 46..75 44...03 49.84 44....51 Cents 30. TOBACCO. 2001–2010 Year beginning August 1 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Staple 28 ... American Upland: Average spot prices for specified staple lengths of Grade 41 Leaf 4... FOB car/truck.40 53... compressed...97 47.. ....71 47..26 43.......63 32 Cents 30..91 137.............49 Color 33 Leaf 3 Cents 30.39 41.87 62.......50 Cents 48....41 43.42 43. ..—Cotton..09 AMS.......13 45.—Cotton.79 58....12 43...70 139..89 58.07 60.. ......70 48....83 63. North Delta ..14 45.... SUGAR CROPS... ..96 48.... American Upland: Average spot prices for specified grades of staple 34 in the designated markets for mixed lots...........83 69..........16 47.11 42.. Cotton and Tobacco Programs.....62 44........24 56.76 132...38 56. ... ... net weight...69 47.....33 61..........88 Light Spotted Color 51 Leaf 5 Color 61 Leaf 6 Cents 29.71 134...57 55.35 43.46 49. (901) 384–3016...06 47.07 55...51 135.03 45..27 45..II–12 STATISTICS OF COTTON..10 47.20 67...97 139..26 43.67 57..59 42....15 42....... ..87 63.12 54....55 67..04 68...87 67..67 62.02 135. by designated markets.. (901) 384–3016...90 49......39 41..22 54.24 48....02 139.46 49.61 48..72 62.....25 59...54 44. cents per pound..45 Color 32 Leaf 3 Cents 26.. FOB car/ truck.81 56.57 66.. . AND HONEY Table 2-18...94 57...42 44. Table 2-20.95 43.75 43.26 50..88 35 Cents 34.87 Cents 70. 2001–2010 Year beginning August 1 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ... .....87 67.50 47....01 45.67 60....50 47.78 48.50 44.12 62..76 137....48 62..28 46....93 47.92 56...... compressed..67 49......37 65.10 47... .98 45..76 30 Cents 29....67 Cents 63..07 55... cents per pound.....26 135.13 44..96 48.99 47.77 43..58 133.38 65..53 59..54 44.......83 33 34 Cents 31..........71 134.. (901) 384–3016..17 48....82 64.... in the designated markets for mixed lots.21 131.AG8 USDA ... 2 Prices are for mixed lots........ West Texas ....... ..50 42....37 132.. compressed.....40 57.95 64.. Staple 34 2 Market Southeast .63 47. American Upland: Season average spot prices for the base quality..64 58.12 43.............10 137.

. MI . WY . CO .... NASS..3 52. 2001–2010 1 Area Yield per harvested acre Year Planted Harvested 1..619 5..2 34....822 9....6 45..097......... 1.000 tons 1..001 1.306.090..90 43.004...... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00013 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR02\II-12......155...9 27.144 1......1 25......00 42...8 25.... 29....... 26.270 3...00 48......499.9 40..5 5....0 464..3 1..052 758 3.7 32..... 2008 .... United States.....9 26..855 823 843 5....021 27..0 26.8 25.5 1..0 137..824 260.........707 30.3 1..903 9.0 138.246. ...7 1.5 1.3 1. MN ...710 30..004 758 963 823 3...50 44...90 45..8 1... 2 Prices do not include Govern- Table 2-22.. (202) 720–2127... OR .808 42.499....131 5.. 664 678 821 26....026 1... .360...619 3. 2002 ..6 1.0 28..671 195 395 374 67 ..000 dollars 54.185..5 1..6 1...60 51.299.10 50..052 1......8 35. MT .731 823 1.—Sugarbeets: Production and value...AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 II–13 Table 2-21......5 37...40 54..7 10..023.641 11..0 50.7 26.0 163.783 31.....294 4..... NASS..272 1....5 27.544 US .. NA-not available.004..294.345.4 2001 ...708 27.....1 1.4 1..6 35....5 1...171.... by State and United States......190 2....—Sugarbeets: Area..... ID ..1 26....901 discontinued in 2009.641 1.....90 1.....6 36.... .00 49... WY .054 1.40 NA 1 Relates to year of intended harvest except for overwintered spring planted beets in CA....337. 2009 .5 29....2 53.903 3....0 440.6 10..0 31...5 26......241.... ment payments under the Sugar Act..926 1.....6 to year of intended harvest except for overwintered spring planted beets in CA...268.2 1..985 1.4 1.7 Marketing year average price per ton received by farmers 2 Production 1...0 31..294 1... by State and United States.. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:11 Feb 29..—Sugarbeets: Area..0 217.0 399. Production 2008 2009 2010 1..106 963 5..8 1.0 171..000 dollars 51. Crops Branch...000 acres 1.000 acres 1.365......0 449..148.... MI ..6 23..881 29... 2003 .8 1.000 1. and production.......0 218.60 41....328 252. CO . 2007 . 2006 .000 acres acres acres 26.. ND .5 1..815 .......151 1.................998 171......0 225...6 47..3 31....1 41.90 53.0 27....433 34. OR ..173 1............80 42......20 42.10 50..855 10...329 1..............813 529.. MN .....000 1.4 24.. ..102 195 67 664 1.. (202) 720–2127.148. and value.....9 .............4 26..202 8...0 1...9 131..... 2010 3 ..001 1.................365.30 45. 36.8 23.6 30.591 3..4 30.80 50..427...7 20......0 214. Table 2-23..7 1.783 48.....064 31....7 1.732 491.0 441......0 136.... 2005 ..834 26..676 NA Dollars 39...80 39. 2008–2009 1 Production Marketing year average price per ton received by farmers State 2008 Value of production 2009 2008 2008 2009 2009 CA ....40 1..6 . 1..40 36...... MT ..171....... 41. NE .591 5.3 1...676 1 Relates to year of intended harvest in all States except CA......000 tons tons tons 1.8 29..6 Value of production 1.5 116.7 33.3 33....912 17....000 1.000 tons 1.9 22. 1 Relates 2009 2010 2008 2009 2010 2008 2009 2010 1.453 70...090.000 1...00 44... In CA. 27. 53.083 51.652 248...90 50...796 5..318 10.. 2008–2010 1 Area planted Area harvested Yield per harvested acre State 2008 CA .8 29..765 41..3 25.. Crops Branch...10 47.......1 33.796 395 ..5 26........106 1...2 25.5 22.....1 25..0 6..653 36...922 53. WA ......7 26..945 Tons 20.4 22.232 151..303...318 3. NASS.814 34.......000 1... ID ..7 23..9 10.9 1..0 136. yield.0 25............0 147...0 449.366..155........185...102 4... 3 Preliminary...294.000 acres acres acres Tons Tons Tons 25.000 tons 25............8 1... ND .10 .109..154 184. Crops Branch. (202) 720–2127.6 24.......6 .4 42.. relates to year of intended harvest for fall planted beets in central CA and to year of planting for overwintered beets in central and southern CA..3 25.. WA 2 ..00 52.7 1.8 1.270..8 197.0 170.0 25..AG8 USDA .0 147....0 208..00 42.....0 24.242..60 Dollars 48.. production.1 37....1 28.....70 49.80 53...0 22.... 678 Dollars 49.....5 26.144 1....6 43.0 28..... NE .5 27..881 29.193.9 27.80 51...6 42..... 2004 .7 24.. US .8 1...506...000 1...0 164.254 843 1.6 30.....5 10....347. yield.881 29.000 dollars 1...7 38...783 2 Estimates 31......10 55.......

.000 acres 970. .9 28...587 35.. .222 393...494 29...000 dollars 1.9 34......8 31.. Crops Branch..602 1. .40 30.679 44...696 1. ..3 31.. 2 .. . In other states.553 33.10 25...800 US ..941 33.686 524.878 1.283 1... .422 10.. 12. Crops Branch. harvest continues throughout the year and production statistics are on a calendar year basis..340 31......118 754.. .... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00014 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR02\II-13..40 29.5 Production For sugar and seed For sugar For seed Tons 33.479 1.813 961...360 Value of production 4 Marketing year average price per ton received by farmers 3 Of cane used for sugar Of cane used for sugar and seed 4 Dollars 1....056..8 1........ NASS....000 dollars FL .218 771.775 33..AG8 USDA .243 24. HI .......9 821.50 33...616 814..424 814.8 31...5 31..975 46..3 971... ..157 831..0 873..544 35. .9 34... NA-not available.80 NA 951..9 897..650 1.591 45......000 dollars ..0 34..80 771..000 acres 57.969 27.000 dollars 2008 2009 1.2 31.7 51. NASS..013 26...000 tons 32.463 333.858 29.....269 821.000 acres 1..00 28...131 28.....938 1...497 550. TX ..962 28..20 31...4 32.432 27.283 44.000 dollars 1..... TOBACCO.. (202) 720–2127.. AND HONEY Table 2-24..50 28.003.000 tons 1..613 NA 1 In Hawaii.812 1.142 998......10 29.5 51.... . harvest is seasonal and the production statistics year relates to the year in which the season begins.....7 58..7 34. 3 Prices do not include Government payments under the Sugar Act.3 1..6 868.9 32. ..9 877......134 991..882 428..... .0 825. .....1 31.6 827.916 1.5 858... Year 1 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 For sugar For seed 1.606 29..50 34...601 880...30 380..321 13... 26.000 tons 2008 Dollars Value of production 1 2009 2008 2009 Dollars 1.....2 31.7 46....558 1...8 34. and value.5 32.9 52..942 27. ..472 1.... production.224 312.613 1 Price per ton of cane for sugar used in evaluating value of production for seed....1 51.4 56.273 26.—Sugarcane for sugar and seed: Production and value. by State and United States.7 34.529 897....8 33.6 879.. 2001–2010 Area harvested Yield of cane per acre Year 1 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ... .1 32....II–14 STATISTICS OF COTTON.....3 938. ...... 4 Price per ton of cane for sugar used in evaluating value of production for seed..007.6 817...1 30..754 1.....2 846.2 1...000 dollars 1.. United States....424 NA 1.896 943....7 34..000 tons 34..734 701.5 For seed Tons 33. 2008–2009 Sugarcane for sugar State Production Sugar and seed: Value of production Price per ton 1 2008 2009 1..3 61.0 28....40 29.50 39.000 tons 1......770 1...2 Total For sugar 1. .9 31.30 28.494 25.10 31..50 34..697 Total 1... 2 Preliminary....479 1.646 771..321 30..634 1. yield... SUGAR CROPS.1 Tons 31.8 34...7 63.564 29..920 849...2 921.027.. (202) 720–2127.2 29.903 31....8 34..... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:11 Feb 29.458 398.023....9 930.663 1.30 22..056..134 991..—Sugarcane for sugar and seed: Area. Table 2-25.. LA .7 879..603 30..40 29.728 27...065 29. 29.1 30.131 28...046 1..332 12.2 992.

8 34.......464 5............... and production..... .. ...0 48.0 621 72 708 71 656 50 1.....9 69..1 27...494 11...6 27.7 28...634 1.....—Sugar...........270 5...........9 877.......388 5.. Dairy and Sweeteners Analysis....7 77..........0 15.426 12............. ...000 tons 1..........842 1....4 380...0 28...... continental United States............... (202) 720–2127.....AG8 USDA .........3 31.9 52.2 425........ ....397 4....210 10...... meltings...131 28....... whether entered through the customs or held pending availability of quota and raw cane sugar produced from sugarcane in the continental United States.....—Sugarcane for sugar and seed: Area..3 27..0 1..5 38....543 5........... 2 Net tons..4 25.....................0 2...4 420.. FSA...........639 1 Source: U...0 36.0 45.........8 405....0 17.....2 35..422 10...............0 873..459 5.2 36..........3 35... 10.0 2.....000 tons 1........000 tons 5....... (202) 720–3451...............2 26..230 1..... Mainland and Hawaii (cane) .5 31....8 30.2 27. 2001–2010 Year Jan......396 US .... cane (raw value 1 ): Refiners’ raw stocks....0 2.685 1............... 384.0 32.634 5..258 5... 821...... 2008–2010 Sugarcane for sugar and seed 1 State Area harvested Yield of cane per acre 2 2008 2009 2010 1.... 1 stocks Receipts 2 1..... .195 10.....472 1..............2 370..........938 1....000 tons 5.............000 tons Domestic areas: Mainland (beet) ........... 274 351 299 286 244 217 358 304 468 346 Meltings 1......8 34..332 12........ .......................000 tons For sugar: FL .392 13.0 41.127 105 742 50 834 71 US ......3 32...5 35...7 34.... ...607 5.. LA .....0 37............. yield..663 For seed: FL ...........9 31........000 tons 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ...........681 5..5 36..S...............000 tons 1. In other states.........008 Total domestic areas .... by State and United States..... (202) 720–3451.577 5..........3 36..........362 5..........—Sugar. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00015 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR02\II-14..1 33.........768 4....0 62. harvest is seasonal and the production statistics year relates to the year in which the season begins....................... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:11 Feb 29. NASS... ports...0 22.3 32........ harvest continues throughout the year and production statistics are on a calendar year basis.... HI ........000 acres 2008 2009 Tons Tons Cane production 2 2010 2008 2009 2010 Tons 1....9 30...0 825...843 1 Raw value is the equivalent in terms of 96° sugar...7 392.... TX ...........1 32.533 5..........0 3..2 31..... continental United States.............. FSA... 401...........221 5.........000 acres 1....0 20.......................5 28.... LA .. HI .......215 5....AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 II–15 Table 2-26.3 35.....................697 For sugar and seed: FL ..3 390...0 39...467 US ....... 46....3 35..6 26.......................972 1.2 387....... Table 2-28..........000 tons 1.........9 33.........4 56................S..........9 35..............0 18...... cane and beet: Domestic marketings............603 30.....................432 27.................8 30............283 1..255 1..321 12............8 31. LA .1 71..............753 1.......9 65........462 1.... receipts.............000 acres 1....5 12.2 35..........5 1.........939 1.0 22.................. Census..... TX .181 5..........655 10....408 5....321 13....360 1 In Hawaii.. Crops Branch........171 5.5 390...5 30... 2008–2010 1 Area of supply 2008 2009 2010 1..5 13...8 31.............329 5...... by source of supply...442 5...........0 20.... TX .....1 65... HI .405 5......................245 11...... ............. 2 Receipts include refiners’ total offshore raw sugar receipts in continental U..0 39............. Dairy and Sweeteners Analysis Division.........6 32.. 868....676 1...........558 1....1 26.....................8 32.0 17. 17.0 1.............6 817...... Table 2-27... .....494 25.... 5..382 13.......631 6.....................7 374......754 1.....

................. 2005 .782 1.o...774 10..i.. 2002 .... 2006 .........396 13 15 8 16 17 19 20 27 32 20 10.. all refined sugar.48 52....................741 5...000 tons 19 19 6 5 4 7 3 4 5 8 1...11 20.690 4............ 2010 ...10 25..... 2002 ......28 22.678 2...... cane and beet (refined): Stocks...............31 25.112 5.573 5....... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00016 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR02\II-15................ 2008 . .97 Cents 23.10 53......... 9............... 2006 .. 2003 .......601 11.....153 5......464 1. and stowed......961 4..........42 20...460 5..........58 51.362 5........72 27........79 26..758 5..... FSA......................467 5.f......54 33..... (202) 720–3451....................498 13.................... TOBACCO.........008 JAN...386 13..679 10........ Department of Labor.....091 10...018 11....646 10................ ...................258 4........ PRODUCTION AND RECEIPTS 2001 ......055 1 Sugar for human consumption only......... 2009 .....596 4.. continental United States.......................000 tons 262 288 298 326 368 328 452 400 440 484 1.............441 4..948 4.... 2010 .453 5......... .. 2005 ..429 1.........538 5.............853 1.............. Compiled from the following sources: (New York) Coffee..88 7....479 13.. Milling and Baking News.61 11...937 4...764 2.......374 1....86 ERS..............000 tons 2..476 5.91 57. duty paid Cents Cents ...........................961 2.. Bureau of Labor Statistics............ c...87 21.......396 26 8 8 16 19 16 21 28 34 23 10...46 21.643 13........................434 4......806 1. the U.119 1.... 1 STOCKS 2 2001 .792 1............909 1... Dairy and Sweeteners Analysis..54 38. 2002 ..082 5....570 10...... 2008 .867 6... .............587 5.......456 5.... 2005 ....................14 20...03 Retail price........10 42...S........21 23.154 1....12 7... DELIVERIES 3 2001 ..768 5....... Importers of direct consumption sugar Mainland cane sugar mills 1 1....51 8.......48 29...03 62....... 2007 ... ...520 5.... 2008 ............. (202) 694–5247... 2004 .768 6.... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:11 Feb 29... .....42 43............................ plus freight to Far East New York............390 10. 2010 ......595 10. AND HONEY Table 2-29..839 4..384 4...30 24.........68 42... production and receipts...............60 13........99 21.....06 32....631 58 109 60 64 197 576 733 2..... . 2007 ..............................219 4....—Sugar (raw and refined): Average price per pound at specified markets... 2007 ..210 1....247 2........ . 2001–2010 Cane sugar Raw... 2003 ...389 5..93 35.........817 5..183 14..50 11.. Specialty Crops Branch....206 5... 2003 ........................848 3........961 2.....525 5............184 2...................000 tons Total 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.II–16 STATISTICS OF COTTON...271 10.................... granulated: United States Cents 21....488 10..................... SUGAR CROPS.... 2 Stocks include sugar in bond and in Customs custody and control............. 2006 ........b....—Sugar..... .....258 4.64 43 54 49..... 96 centrifugal Refined beet: Mid-west Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Caribbean ports....000 tons 1............253 2....23 43.......848 3...761 5....... and deliveries...84 18....AG8 USDA .....012 4.812 1.397 5......305 4.......... 2001–2010 Item and year Cane sugar refineries Beet sugar factories 1............. f.......117 10.. 2009 . 3 Consists of Table 2-30.............. Sugar & Cocoa Exchange...972 1.................419 5..........35 15............ 2004 . 2004 ...........089 14...883 58 109 60 64 197 576 733 2......... 2009 .896 5.

.... (202) 694–5247.......695 1.......432 4........994 9..238 2.658 11..... Others ..948 .919 1.... cane and beet (raw value): Production.... Brazil .800 8...654 1.500 661 1.786 2....700 1.AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 II–17 Table 2-31.844 2.................. United Arab Emirates .... centrifugal: International trade.. 972 2...... 184 123 191 Total .........478 7......................South .357 4.. .........000 short tons 10....786 51..........900 10........652 2....162 10... and distribution statistics from foreign governments....537 47...574 1..... 2...200 1.—Sugar... Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00017 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR02\II-16..663 51...656 1....765 1...367 1.... Thailand ......396 Total deliveries 1..000 short tons 4..037 United States .........344 43.....228 Country 2007/2008 2008/2009 2009/2010 1......088 4...... . EU-27 ....984 580 3.... Table 2-32.....143 3...754 8.000 Metric tons..000 short tons 8.185 5.. Others .....416 Visible stocks beginning of period 1..984 3.. 45...029 3.....721 47.....595 1....713 9..575 4..................077 3. and supply available for consumption in continental United States includes Puerto Rico...295 1..815 773 830 4... raw value Principle exporting countries: Argentina ...337 4.366 7...... (202) 720-6301...............215 ERS.......195 2.......377 2.000 Metric tons.......213 10.914 1................223 1...... raw value Principle importing countries: China ..550 9.039 4....... South Africa ..........504 8.........200 1.615 14.....365 FAS..AG8 USDA .929 8...700 19..550 585 1................590 2..........000 short tons 1................... .100 1...150 1..009 3........... stocks.....690 2....197 1. 50..—Sugar. 50... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:11 Feb 29.......... ............ Guatemala .425 3.... trade...467 7..010 Total ..420 1. Iran ......... .......400 1......643 1.535 2........ Saudi Arabia ..930 1. Australia .... 2007/2008–2009/2010 Country 2007/2008 2008/2009 2009/2010 1..796 3. Specialty Crops Branch....525 3....947 7....800 3..600 24.. India .075 9..000 short tons 147 136 148 280 243 299 368 168 150 229 1....355 United States ..647 1.537 8.......... 2..721 46....... Malaysia .................... ..721 Total Foreign ....656 52.031 27.........180 2... .............901 10...... Indonesia ............... Russia ....... United Arab Emirates ......685 1........610 24...... .... supply.043 751 3.. Columbia ...........564 1. Korea.........154 4.........300 870 2. 2001–2010 Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ..333 677 1... Office of Global Analysis.....805 1.269 Total Foreign .......860 25...174 10.. Mexico ..559 Imports Exports 1................ 343 3....332 1....... EU-27 ...860 49.........522 21.......... 43.. Production 1..642 7.200 1.. ................247 3....510 2.....

...................... 2008–2010 Country of origin 2008 2009 Metric tons 2010 1 Metric tons Metric tons Exports: Japan .......................................022 19 635 20....755 1................ Indonesia ......................... Canada ......................................................................................................... Malaysia ............ by country of origin........... New Zealand(*) ............485 3. Israel(*) .............. Argentina ..... 4............................... Pakistan ................................................................. Israel(!) ...253 1...............................................................................................625 5.........068 8..... Taiwan ........ Bahrain ....932 1 2010 data does not reflect 13 month changes.. 6.... Brazil ........................................................................................................847 67 1...............055 10......................036 7...................983 956 11............................ Barbados .............................................................................396 11...................... China ...... Data Source: Department of Commerce....252 650 227 84 17......................................... 104...........................................................984 95............ Malaysia ..................325 1..............................547 1............................. (!) Denotes a country which is summarized into its obsolete country.....124 1....................S.......................................... China ...........................447 World Total ....... or are able to be converted to.......................709 5..................................................... Bahamas....253 182 58 184 49 83 14 59 31 22 41 7 9 9 579 474 686 529 291 208 244 47 21 238 433 433 128 85 207 233 49 35 28 21 26 19 58 17 24 337 587 523 473 355 346 303 220 213 201 181 181 115 104 95 94 80 66 52 43 32 31 27 21 20 184 World Total ................AG8 USDA ......430 13......................................814 1.. Singapore .................................................................................................. Korea... Users should use cautious interpretation on quantity reports using mixed units of measure... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00018 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR02\II-17........412 3.................................. Kuwait ............... the assigned unit of measure of the grouped commodities.................................. (202) 720-6301..378 13...... Yemen(*) .................................. Thailand ... Hong Kong ...................................—Honey: United States exports and imports for consumption.......................... Netherlands Antilles(*) ...........475 113.............................699 1............................. Mexico ............................................................................................... Panama ...................................................303 17........................ Quantity line items will only include statistics on the units of measure that are equal to.................. Vietnam ...............414 15...........................712 3...................... SUGAR CROPS....................... Ukraine ......II–18 STATISTICS OF COTTON.. The ............. India ....................................................................598 1..........137 10............................................ U.. Thailand ............................................................................. Uruguay .................462 17.............. Taiwan ...............................................................................381 4.....................337 Imports: Vietnam ....................................................576 1...............055 852 440 Rest of World ...............................043 4.... Indonesia .. Other Partners ................................................................ United Arab Emirates ....................... AND HONEY Table 2-33.... Census Bureau................305 13.....................................015 2....................................... 308 624 280 332 160 109 127 64 137 1..................................................648 10.......... FAS....... (*) Denotes a country that is a summarization of its component countries............. South .................................. Office of Global Analysis..... 19..........150 17...........899 9.... Philippines ................572 4......... Canada ..............................................738 18....................... Saudi Arabia ........................... TOBACCO..... Foreign Trade Statistics VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:11 Feb 29...............................

. 2 Honey producing colonies are the maximum number of colonies from which honey was taken during the year.......030 18..848 1. United States..5 107......993 454 7..........305 1.276 24...7 60............728 2.3 Value of production 1......1 147..744 215.. OK......... 5 Value of production is equal to production multiplied by average price per pound.6 65..671 283.... Table 2-35.318 533 1...847 106 792 195 73 37 1.718 181.........554 2.. ..5 Stocks Dec 15 4 Average price per pound 5 1...........614 154. NASS. SD .618 2.......... KS ....666 4. FL ...763 232.079 2......... ME ...393 40..568 572 11....494 174..... VA .. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00019 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR02\II-18......338 252...910 148. MT ... Livestock Branch..641 160......078 1.. AR .7 69...699 Production 3 Pounds 1.....354 1...... LA ..........958 3... .....904 45...350 3....077 38 1...224 1.. Oth Sts 6 7 .... total colonies multiplied by total yield may not exactly equal production....550 2.342 2.. OR . OH .. NASS.....2 100........104 73 67 69.............800 2..... WV .. yield..............646 369 430 1...051 171.125 972 2........... Colonies which produced honey in more than one State were counted in each State.. 2001–2010 1 Honey producing colonies 2 State 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ....905 1. TX ....974 1 For producers with 5 or more colonies.235 11..789 146. RI... PA ..352 1.. 8 Summation of States will not equal U...225 1.. WA ..9 71...785 61.3 160... (202) 720-3570..054 2..323 468 335 1.....746 78 92 2.041 73 157 1...8 72.470 1...904 13...606 796 730 5. IN .500 27......654 282 219 2.969 1.. US 7 8 ......—Honey: Number of colonies..079 2.. ......455 60... ... .. NC ...159 37..051 199.............. HI .341 163.. MI ....000 pounds 73 665 360 6..........484 52.... ...... 2 Honey producing colonies are the maximum number of colonies from which honey was taken during the year..... Colonies which produced honey in more than one State were counted in each State. IA ...... production.7 108......008 598 46..7 142..5 64.658 12.....326 Cents 71 133 138. WI .. 4 Stocks held by producers....... UT .......... Production Stocks Dec 15 3 Average price per pound 4 Cents 9 24 25 410 34 200 55 10 98 9 10 27 9 5 21 6 70 126 16 11 157 44 13 7 47 13 510 17 59 30 265 8 100 26 4 5 71 5 68 34 26 54 77 60 67 56 69 46 77 27 41 43 49 52 67 80 41 58 66 98 52 74 55 35 66 64 46 91 62 39 37 59 63 72 30 65 37 37 38 64 36 46 1... 4 Average price per pound based on expanded sales... NJ .............. 3 Stocks held by producers... NE .994 155...724 183...............016 1............205 42. CO ....... level value of production.... 2010 1 State Honey producing colonies 2 Yield per colony 1........ MA..502 1. MN . DE....268 1..... GA ......516 45.416 177.......599 2...307 Value of production 5 222 143 147 156 150 157 167 227 150 305 226 189 229 264 148 211 164 154 147 180 155 149 175 158 178 273 151 223 162 205 154 245 153 152 221 331 152 239 167 160 256 1. yield.. MS ......680 246 4..853 2.........046 160..... IL . MO .....989 228.110 15.. . CA ...316 1.685 159. ND .. ID ......9 58. ...—Honey: Number of colonies.S...... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:11 Feb 29.. price..420 455 462 3...203 62.3 281.. TN .486 519 6..........008 3.635 504 7.... price and value...443 2.....898 1 For producers with 5 or more colonies.500 1......530 770 2. 3 Due to rounding...AG8 USDA ..000 pounds 64.........394 2.....410 1. It is possible to take honey from colonies which did not survive the entire year...... stocks......000 dollars 132. 7 Due to rounding... 6 CT............409 2........AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 II–19 Table 2-34.. and value....060 8........684 65..995 327 874 377 4.. Yield per colony 1...635 51.. (202) 720-3570....5 175.... It is possible to take honey from colonies which did not survive the entire year..643 2. and SC not published separately to avoid disclosing data for individual operations.191 92 151 463 103 67 269 39 1........ total colonies multiplied by total yield may not exactly equal production...633 70...000 2..807 2...748 3...8 92....... AZ ..000 pounds 186..794 152 239 1...627 190 4....574 2....... NM . MD...000 dollars 1.. Livestock Branch...498 2.000 Pounds AL .. NH.072 884 2.190 1..000 pounds 486 1. ... 5 Average price per pound based on expanded sales....186 575 612 3. NY . stocks.173 138 12. VT ...... production.....200 780 260 185 2....901 39.. KY ..... by State and United States....856 21...........301 1. WY .

Market and Trade Economics Division..200 18....250 2.150 2.313 2.. Table 2-38...2 306........276 2....9 130.... PA ...5 66....292 2.051 2. Glucose syrup HFCS 62....277 2..956 1........7 13.. 423.. ...324 1..357 1... 2008–2010 Area harvested Yield per harvested acre Production State 2008 2009 2010 2008 2009 2010 2008 2009 2010 Acres Pounds 1.. ...3 3. United States.....488. . (202) 720–2127..3 61.883 Value of production Dollars 1.500 21..653 800.400 7.050 297..5 0.504 822........6 15..400 2..665 2...000 354........642 1.2 63..426 28... .... yield....9 1. and production.964 1.323 2...........6 298...400 85.856 1...581 718.S.. NASS. AND HONEY Table 2-36......310 411.4 0..040 337.5 0.625 5.000 pounds 991....0 135.100 2.....9 59.130 1....3 292.4 0... due to rounding..000 45... .3 53...—Tobacco: Area.665 1....309 1.500 Marketing year average price per pound received by farmers Production 1 Pounds 2.800 88.3 3..740 44....900 19.1 50....9 295. and value..0 ..875 645.. SC .. GA ....2 15..130 800...749.000 dollars 1...133 1..1 3......800 18..938.. Table 2-37.....5 Total caloric sweeteners Edible syrups 0..0 59..000 pounds CT ....9 81.000 21.. 2...000 87....253...884 1........ 354.100 2...... OH ..........4 304.......323 2....500 2..9 64....... Crops Branch...... production..1 1.258 2.. Specialty Crops Branch.... (202) 720–2127.0 2..530 4...0 69.039 1...4 81.6 62.213 2. ........4 0...... use by calendar year 2001–2010 Corn Sweetener Calendar year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 U............4 0...500 16...511..900 585 ... Crops Branch.0 287..403 2.1 62.. .....4 139...258 2....... TN ..333 1.885 1..080 339......630 39......380 45.....9 1. 2...150 408.0 12.........7 Dextrose Pure honey Total 3.population (July 1) Refined sugar 285.059.....030 2....360 181.800 19.....1 64..329........000 pounds Acres Acres Pounds Pounds 1.......8 75.... .....161 2..000 2...7 141.0 61...II–20 STATISTICS OF COTTON. NASS.352 2.9 1. KY .680 ..500 1.300 2... MA ..2 73.....3 3.7 290.......5 15..........7 2... per capita caloric sweeteners estimated deliveries for domestic food and beverage. .. 168.3 56.....859 1.125 19..240 2.—Tobacco: Area...892 1.8 2.. 352.516 33..000 pounds 1... 2001–2010 Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Area harvested ....0 0..000 22....4 141.AG8 USDA .360 390.504 822.040 337...856 6... .......8 13.686.6 63.300 19.240 2.014 206..747 1 Production figures are on farm-sales-weight basis.....500 ...837 1..800 690 1.235 1.952 2.4 0...2 146....—U... VA .243 3.....600 16..8 131.....3 78..6 135.. price....400 3.660 38..984 1..9 61.3 3....050 2........4 0..490 354.560 881...4 0.2 58.200 950 .9 1..3 65.0 Millions 147.897 787...232 2....5 15...........050 2..9 142..211.............196 1.2 65..... Yield per acre Acres 432...100 2...500 8..600 11...403 2.883 1 Estimates discontinued in 2009. TOBACCO.3 13. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:11 Feb 29..936 1.600 20.. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00020 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR02\II-19. .. SUGAR CROPS...5 63....345 1.....900 52. .. .600 205... 177..9 0.293 871.. .. by State and United States. ....768 . NC ..7 309..490 354..069 1.... yield..0 0.1 3. MO 1 . (202) 694–5247......2 61......... .576.......9 15.4 301..... ERS.000 356..2 48...122 802..581 718...360 6.700 390 .. ....400 8..329 27..171 2...147 2....015 727.......965 36..4 13..2 0..095 2.693 1....300 3.490 427..........850 968 3...5 Note: Total may not add exactly.809 1.S.............1 1.970 17....760 1.....850 49. ...389 2.9 77.......970 2.436 1.6 79........299 US .500 174...750 1. 2......900 13..349 2.960 46....

.............658 449...............126 103.... Virginia sun-cured.......................131 3........785 ....956 53...............717 2.....018 493........804 121........... 403..............075 279.............. 2007 .......... 4.011 ......375 7.... 2006–2010 (farm-sales-weight basis) 1 Type and year Jan......833 2.384 886 4....................668 3............. 2009 ....... types 22–23: 2006 .. 2007 .000 pounds Flue-cured......320 111.....305 282............ 105.691 10....458 125..... 2007 .............. Maryland.....................366 296........ type 37: 2006 ......666 7....350 13.....579 2.................073 578.... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:11 Feb 29..................................................... 2008 ............. 98...............349 105....... 2009 .......517 .....................277 3....984 450...894 1....183 49.. 2008 ..776 452. type 31: 2006 ......... 1 July 1 Oct...... 2007 ...... Virginia fire-cured........ 2008 ............795 3...221 9..............................405 140........456 45......... 2009 ..........891 6.... 2010 ..................899 9.....696 ......................................550 12..... 2008 .......177 256....167 3....000 pounds 1....... 2009 .................................... type 21: 2006 .152 ..953 11.................812 .................306 126.............844 43..864 108........... Pennsylvania seedleaf...740 448..... One Sucker and Green River....................586 375 249 116 24 2..048 1..909 7.................404 2.......901 .............248 396........620 .................................. 2007 . 2007 ...........324 ......998 9..... 2010 ....................850 .......... United States.......... Kentucky and Tennessee fire-cured.............809 1......092 3...........823 604..........340 3....154 2..047 51...................................765 43........210 10......432 36..889 618....223 274......545 .........171 483. 2010 ......206 426..... 42 17 0 5 13 37 8 5 5 12 32 0 5 0 ..........502 40................000 pounds 1. by types.......018 581......................568 321. 697......042 40....... 9..... 2010 ....... 2008 ..775 39. type 32: 2006 ...099 44......... 2010 .....018 53.........053 39............. type 41: 2006 . 1 Apr........ 3...492 38............. 2007 .......... Frm 00021 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR02\II-23.742 361....262 11........ 2010 .....000 pounds 1..... 2008 .... 2009 .038 117..................167 96.................. 2008 ......................—Tobacco: Stocks owned by dealers and manufacturers........... 2009 ... Burley.....757 360.094 422..............AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 II–21 Table 2-39....... 507...... 2....... 2009 ..... 41....288 2. 2010 ..........357 43..........AG8 USDA ......190 971 970 2...561 265......535 103.279 546......932 10. 25 0 5 13 .................... 2009 ..............862 712..... 832 1.... 10.....463 ..................271 297...........818 43.785 6...............313 570........179 7.. 2007 ... types 11–14: 2006 ..................965 116..............................069 102...888 671....028 410 30 ..................163 239..244 542...348 337.... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 932........ See footnotes at end of table.....637 112....696 436................... 2010 .... 1 1.... 36..048 372 930 43 .......... types 35–36:2 2006 ..796 136.........545 100........549 283..... 2008 .........

..II–22 STATISTICS OF COTTON..000 pounds Connecticut Valley..... 3....464 1......... 2007 ..................... type 61: 2006 ..........................409 . types 91–99: 2006 .319 6........707 4.........959 670........AG8 USDA ........ 2 One Sucker and Green leaf combined......... 1 1..887 91........... 2010 ....661 3.....................340 93...... 91..... 2010 .............201 .... 2010 ....546 3.....707 1..500 4....... 1.................814 609... by types....... 2009 .... 2008 .675 4......... 1 July 1 Oct...280 2...........323 84.....390 85... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00022 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR02\II-24....... Other miscellaneous domestic....351 1...870 2........... 2008 ..................812 721...378 4..570 82.................. 2007 ....730 1..909 2........... 2009 .....647 2..................... 2008 ... 1 Stocks shown have been converted to a farm-sales-weight basis—the equivalent of weight at the time of sale-thereby making these data of leaf-tobacco stocks comparable with the leaf-tobacco production...........................069 79.. 2007 .......................036 1...................930 3.730 5......................................161 719..381 757.790 1. types 54–55: 2006 .. 745...872 84..356 621..........668 ................ 820 727 768 611 327 868 966 810 278 222 696 511 591 239 ....798 9...627 81...........................251 655.....713 1.... types 81–89: 2006 ..............359 1............ Wisconsin binder..... 2008 ................. 29 43 36 127 ................ 7...286 953 1.............. 2007 .... 1. 2009 ...564 5...... SUGAR CROPS.288 .................. 7... 1. 2010 .062 1................529 4.... 2010 . 2009 ...............................492 8........................................380 623...........................311 711.......... 34 27 43 36 105 36 29 42 36 93 30 28 22 19 ............... 2010 ...............251 5..671 ................. Cigar Wrapper.............970 .......538 99.......950 1........ Foreign-grown cigarette and smoking. types 51–52: 2006 ......... TOBACCO..871 ......000 pounds 1....... 2009 .......543 766...... 2008 .................. 2007 ......851 3......022 752... 1 Apr........................ 2006–2010 (farm-sales-weight basis) 1—Continued Type and year Jan.........777 3.... 2008 .. 2009 ............................. type 72: 2006 ..... 2007 . Perique.. (901) 384–3016......781 3.886 3................702 ...... 2009 ..............398 1.............101 3. Foreign-grown cigar-leaf.....925 711.195 2..000 pounds 1.............—Tobacco: Stocks owned by dealers and manufacturers...793 743...................... 2008 .........558 1...837 1....762 533 1.......283 668....................998 2..............750 6..... 2....216 83.....979 2.............. 86.................................024 . VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:11 Feb 29.......370 88......149 779 742 ...........826 3... 2010 ..554 1... United States..............000 pounds 1. AND HONEY Table 2-39....270 753........ AMS Cotton and Tobacco Programs. type 73: 2006 ............................. 788..698 81...181 85..........535 103........497 3........162 1..... 2007 ......468 91..521 1...........278 621....................805 .........158 98..........................

721 35...017.7 4.486 32. United States.515 39..103 27..872 41.000 pounds 475 376 328 271 230 199 176 144 114 Looseleaf 1. ..7 3..631...942. 2002 ....1 5.7 308.117.000 pounds 821 787 705 651 601 551 538 500 470 1. .7 354......6 NA 0.4 2...0 166..107.0 0.5 184.066 30.5 4..960..9 2.0 0.0 0.0 14. 2007 .. ......2 4.7 4.. .. .... 2001–2009 Cigars Cigarettes Chewing tobacco Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 ..935..4 374..0 2...185 37.1 499....AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 II–23 Table 2-40... .202.. types 11–14 Year 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 Burley.499....2 492.5 396....020 35. manufactured in the United States...4 6....2 2..3 (2) 4.....815...944.0 94... Table 2-41.. Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00023 NA 0.166 1.974.4 8.1 4. FSA. NA 3....674.002 31 26 25 19 19 20 18 19 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 75 68 68 55 56 59 60 96 134 Taxable removals and domestic invoices 2 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 .678.8 4.8 18...173 1... ..698.231.4 15..867 1...5 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 30 28 24 28 18 21 20 19 18 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR02\II-25.210..2 364....117..791.9 152.5 182.....6 3. 2012 NA NA 79. 2005 ....0 0..2 334....0 0.4 124.0 4... and snuff..2 48..417 1...8 94.406 35.. .6 270.....6 4. .749.2 NA 2... 2 Price support and loans discontinued for 2005 and subsequent crops of tobacco by the Fair and Equitable Tobacco Return Act of 2004. Large Small Large 1 Small Millions Millions Millions Millions NA 3...658..000 pounds 1.5 4..478. chewing and smoking tobacco..797.3 40. .2 4..2 3.6 Firm Moist 1..341..7 347.1 (2) 1 Support operations for other kinds of tobacco not shown. .. 2008 .7 100..291...012 37.9 187..233...0 0.0 (2) ...0 0.....721 30..AG8 USDA ..4 498...7 483.260.225 38....9 (2) Support price per pound Percent Cents 180...0 449..3 169. .0 0..3 61.0 0.. See footnotes at VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:11 Feb 29. . Placed under loan Percentage of production Quantity Million pounds 27.... .401.2 674.000 pounds 43. ..703.403 1..247.722 1...098 1.226 36...0 NA 394.782 1.3 4.0 0.871.9 376...2 1..771...0 0...478..359.0 24.024.4 338.4 24. ..441..3 5..6 857.298.... .0 0.......973 429 329 289 245 201 174 150 133 72 803 750 714 656 614 561 539 512 457 43...440. 2003 ...701 35.701..728.....3 111.649...0 110..1 4...616...870.5 658.009 909 756 Twist 1.0 0....177... Burley and flue-cured usually account for over 95 percent of tobacco loan placements.5 93.0 0..6 166.1 2.3 2..150. .3 12.0 end of table.319.0 NA 136...0 NA 484..... ..115.0 830..8 4.0 1.665..0 NA 0.0 0...—Tobacco products: Cigars........0 0....0 0.729. 2006 .0 (2) Percent 4.772..0 0...6 98..0 165......2 4.8 11..—Tobacco: Price-support loan operations.6 363.828 1.......532 40. cigarettes.7 115. 2000–2005 1 Flue-cured.977....018.682.420 1....5 (2) Percentage of production Quantity Million pounds 19.332..... 2004 .2 689.....6 183.9 114.2 4.5 31.4 33..8 16.582. 2009 .0 0..8 59...5 NA 2.935 27..256..1 7.0 0.984.......8 3.3 5.2 116.050 978 881 736 Tax-free removals and exports 2001 ...4 126.. (202) 720–6782.. type 31 Placed under loan Support price per pound Cents 164..325 1......0 0. . ...

..596 1.....324 1...337 Taxable removals and domestic invoices 2 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 .II–24 STATISTICS OF COTTON... SUGAR CROPS.333 81...424 1.018 4. . VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:11 Feb 29.. ....138 2. ... smoking.718 79..595 131......284 66.223 144...AG8 USDA ..113 133. ..636 11.674 10.......080 127.311 12.000 pounds 130.. chewing and smoking tobacco..... . .053 138........442 5..895 79. Total chewing.549 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10.474 12...675 12... .—Tobacco products: Cigars... 455 598 624 652 446 747 942 381 239 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Weighing more than three pounds per thousand..000 pounds 7. .280 4.773 3.528 1... .....394 1.951 86..610 11... and snuff... (901) 384–3016.570 140..000 pounds 70......696 74.... ....312 1...913 141..109 12...349 137..480 1...255 93... manufactured in the United States.132 13.388 12..744 4..949 4. ..........258 12. 4...815 4......117 3.512 4.. .. ..164 13. .780 130.648 133..893 72. cigarettes..438 1.. and snuff Snuff Pipe Granulated 1..149 Tax-free removals and exports 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 .094 11.626 13....067 4.060 83..356 1.....088 5.707 8......735 8..618 88.000 pounds 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1...... 2001–2009—Continued Smoking tobacco Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 ..808 138....913 134.180 765 704 697 726 785 749 740 797 745 1.. TOBACCO.. AMS Cotton and Tobacco Programs........ .. ...... . ...... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00024 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR02\II-26..279 71.....125 3.750 143..........000 pounds 5...425 134.668 73. .....643 4.016 128.153 94.780 1.............149 3.... .483 3.... .098 136... ......... NA-not available. .112 93...416 95. 2 Includes cigars and cigarettes imported or brought into the United States and Puerto Rico...... AND HONEY Table 2-41..690 132.102 Cigarette cut 1..041 90.841 74.....873 12..

..... 29.5 2.... III–1 VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:41 Mar 01...3 157....7 1. SC .000 tons 3..7 2.00 223....0 1. Crops Branch.1 8.281......3 3.. 4.0 85.. Seed for planting is produced in crop year shown....3 0..0 3.0 5. 58.1 2..685.5 25....0 .583..896.. shrinkage.0 32....5 361.0 612..00 162..012..000 tons 117... and other uses.8 0..870....526. NASS.. inter-farm sales....0 230....5 19..861 1 Includes planting seed.6 2.739.3 1...6 108...0 275..000 tons 1.183..0 3.057.4 1.003.4 0.7 12...4 5. MO .. ....000 1.7 10...547...6 287.489....5 1.588..0 0.0 12......2 23.0 33.. and fats and oils. 1. TX . exports.00 111...00 161..1 147.2 55....287.0 ..5 127...1 2..1 19...... NM .0 90. (202) 720–2127.5 4..500 814.000 tons 11.. 4 Includes planting seed..1 7.7 1. 2008–2010 Production Farm disposition State Sales to oil mills 2008 2009 2 Used for planting 1 Other 4 2010 3 2008 2009 2008 2009 2008 2009 1.0 140.. soybeans.0 108......0 2....5 1.5 1.003...6 12.6 US ...526...277.3 4... 357.2 6..5 206.0 41.635.6 3.773.3 2...0 ....... TN .000 tons 103.1 3..0 207......696. Crops Branch.8 . farm disposition..452..... flaxseed... feed.4 1..6 140.608..000 tons 7...098....5 404.172..0 275.....9 2.6 ..2 2.... exports....0 237... ..3 0..6 12....0 ....0 .... Lard data are mostly in the chapter on livestock..0 330....... 1.254.2 39.....0 161.2 1..000 tons tons 1...0 42.4 13.0 34.0 155.7 17.0 13..0 6.000 tons 3. LA ..00 117.501.198..416.0 219....698.3 32.....9 3..6 4..0 443...7 31..... by State and United States.0 140... and value..9 5. and other year.. .......148...5 65.1 1............0 73..5 539.588..3 4.0 161.7 3.348 616..0 192..0 0..6 2..860. Table 3-2...8 0.CHAPTER III STATISTICS OF OILSEEDS.4 244.000 acres 13..000 tons 114. ...—Cottonseed: All cotton harvested area and cottonseed production. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00001 Fmt 1001 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR03\III-01.0 Other 1 1.9 3.849 962.5 2...0 26.6 1..1 7.0 4....... FATS.00 158. United States..5 6.3 3.0 231.1 96..6 0....0 138. .1 35.7 7. peanuts... inter-farm sales.5 11. OK ...00 96.0 280.. Table 3-1.5 0.8 3..1 Dollars/tons 90....9 6...664. GA ...2 35.8 40..347.000 dollars 667.....300..7 0..953...2 1 Included in ‘other‘ farm disposition.827...5 10.731.. NC ..8 1..1 1..000 tons 22.0 1.0 146....0 1......870. MS .1 36..7 3..7 7.773. NASS.2 42. shrinkage.4 64....4 0....7 4.151 1..5 3. KS ..... AR .9 .00 Value of production 1.....8 1. uses. feed. ........277.2 2...0 15. but used in the following 2 Revised.796 779..069..6 70...9 2....6 508.....6 1.591.148.7 89..6 23.0 204.. AND OILS This chapter includes information on cottonseed..6 1.568...0 235.......0 934.8 1....0 2. (202) 720–2127.3 2...098..9 3...8 3.50 101.. 44..5 0.0 134.. Most butter statistics are included in the chapter on dairy and poultry statistics....0 187.6 8. 2001–2010 Cottonseed Year Harvested area of all cotton Farm disposition Sales to oil mills 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 .0 704..8 6....7 1. CA .5 88...9 1.4 203.0 118.634.0 38..0 2.. VA .—Cottonseed: Production and farm disposition....9 6.AG8 USDA .9 146..5 2.0 87. 3 Preliminary.300.0 2010 3 80.802.4 294.7 Marketing year average price Production 1. margarine... olive oil.844...383... 1.1 AL .0 25... .994 872.0 1...6 3....9 58.0 12.00 107.5 25...352 778.0 40.9 1. marketing year average price per ton received by farmers.3 86. .. losses..5 4.0 3.3 2..000 tons 149.........027 1.0 28.....0 123.708 670... 41.. losses..0 30..0 332...4 621.0 291...0 32.528....1 169. . 253... 1... 75.1 2.000 tons 139..0 ..0 240.4 41. AZ ..2 0. FL .....0 25.

.043 Total ..6 37.309 10. NM ...........10 183.00 212. 2004 .......00 Dollars 132.... OK .............00 157........00 1.... by State and United States..294 1..............753 2........861 1 Preliminary........3 Price 2 1........630 7.... SC ........287 13...................00 158......... 2003 .........00 175..............156 72...........750 175 1....93 136.......164 186 250 1...............................00 158...............814 6............215 44....... NC . 2009 3 ....706 32.......010 2.........00 289.....727 16.........00 262.............00 202.......992 20..00 151..986 104............712 24..00 254.....159 27....00 190.....00 150......S...024 44.....000 dollars 14..00 168..00 Dollars 129..241 1..927 2... 2008/2009–2010/2011 Country 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 1..00 135...........748 99...........23 220...........923 3.... CA .. supply.... MS ............372 1..b..115 1..........368 3.... Dollars 196......060 2.............00 136.......495 2..00 220......00 199. 2006 ..........766 3....................................... Crops Branch.. FATS.... 2000–2009 Cottonseed products and prices Year beginning August Quantity crushed Oil Cake and meal Quantity 2000 ...00 156.....038 32............991 71.......605 262 200 632 1....... 14....00 142.. Pakistan . AZ ................ solvent...00 141.81 255........................ VA ..................120 3..791 2..... GA ........ Valley Points....00 195...0 37...362 1..380 125 1...... f..000 metric tons 1............00 228......842 United States .....192 6.....680 2..... VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:41 Mar 01....2 28...00 174.... crop of 2008–2010 Marketing year average price per ton Value of production State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 AL .....281 16..308 21. 2 41 percent protein....000 dollars 20.......885 FAS....901 Price 1 Million pounds 847 876 725 874 957 951 849 856 669 617 Quantity Cents per pound 16.... Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production....027 1...........0 18... AND OILS Table 3-3..... TN .. and distribution statistics from foreign governments......00 156.......00 255....300 US ...00 130.... Department of Commerce...........—Cottonseed: Crushings. 2001 ................706 2....904 7......... Others .... TX ........ LA ..000 tibs 1..5 35...244 39..27 150..... India ...16 147..........856 46......90 1 Tanks.................... 223.262 938 883 Dollars per ton 142......599 5....00 128.............. 1..........—Cottonseed meal: Production... 13.200 71........... Table 3-5... China .......240 1..00 185... 3 Forecast...... NASS..1 40...............00 246.......000 metric tons Argentina ......375 4...00 194......887 18....0 29....04 144....643 2.00 170.00 126...... AR ....III–2 OILSEEDS.........180 429........708 670...568 284 227 622 1.................. 2007 .........000 dollars 27.756 42..36 253....00 237.......464 21..00 227... Memphis............ Australia ......................00 180............. Turkey ... ERS........... 93 124 948 4..............046 1...............00 170.00 195.................894 48. Table 3-4... 851 801 1..... Turkmenistan ....429 155 1...........299 38...........658 67.......120 6.............00 175.......... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00002 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR03\III-02...... Uzbekistan .050 4...........338 1... Brazil ..........003.. 2008 .225 40...160 3....................616 40........... output of products and product prices............ (202) 720-6301.. 2005 ........725 4...........00 154.................245 Total Foreign ........ Mexico ........00 251...00 207..00 174.................00 285..............00 115..... MO .................825 1.690 14....720 91......200 7....... KS ... (202) 694–5300.119 51.............760 61...... FL ........ Field Crops Branch..00 148.. 2002 ..........000 metric tons 1...............47 124.532 351..000 tons 2......00 177....436 13...... (202) 720–2127.................................—Cottonseed: Marketing year average price per ton and value of production......00 962......AG8 USDA .7 73........475 310 215 702 1......244 1...........00 161..........897 14...400 87.096 13...00 165...o..475 254............. Office of Global Analysis..........00 195... Compiled from annual reports of the U....572 36....298 133 176 972 4...........185 16..8 31. United States.00 132......

........................ Other Partners ..... Brazil ........305 3..............271 0 140 243 567 0 1...................... China ...............590 17 10 0 17 0 0 10 4 0 0 56... Austria .. Italy(*) ...................................................886 552 116 96 46 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 World Total .........441 5..........................................................962 17.....569 8..........................573 2........................... Saudi Arabia .................... Canada ......... Portugal ....................................... 22............................041 980 0 20 468 324 0 120 0 10 3 0 20 4 20 2 152 3 80........................................589 0 455 0 33 0 70 0 0 0 0 294 0 223 0 148...... Nicaragua .................935 65.............................................................................. Malta .....491 926 462 81 42 10 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 World Total ...........................199 65.................576 44 186 0 0 6 0 61 4 217 18...............................................AG8 USDA ................. South Africa ...................... India .............................874 21 1................................................................437 271................................. Hungary ................................................ Nicaragua ..................................................780 73... The .................... Malaysia .......... Netherlands .............................................................................................117 0 0 0 0 0 188 8 0 38 2....................................................................059 582 2......................................................................................... United Arab Emirates ........ El Salvador ..........................................229 199........ Finland .................................................................................................................................. Israel(*) ....................................................................... Dominican Republic .........................................349 8.........................AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 III–3 Table 3-6............................. Peru ............................................ Spain ...............078 39........................................... Vietnam ...... Thailand .... Japan ................................. Taiwan ..... Philippines ................................ 93................................696 2.................................................. Israel(*) ............558 Cottonseed cake & meal: Mexico ............................................... 406........................................................................................... Mayotte ...030 0 8..672 442 6............................................ Office of Global Analysis............................................................337 592 558 540 469 376 223 222 220 139 72 20 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 99................................................061 36.........761 Cottonseed oil: Mexico ............. Belgium-Luxembourg(*) ...................................027 0 0 0 662 0 0 16 2 20 1...................................................................754 48...........365 7...................................... Korea......................... Latvia .......187 63........................................................ 238............577 90 4 0 11 2 0 86 25.......................................472 711 1............................. 89.......573 8...............................................................................093 121 3 2 5 73 0 2 1. France(*) ............. Colombia ........... Korea..... tries. China ........ Trinidad and Tobago .......................604 299 69 0 242 0 145 82.....................................................530 1.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................124 88................................................................... (202) 720-6301........ Korea..........036 World Total ........................ China ..........................996 0 2..109 7.............. Oman .................................................................. FAS......................................471 85.....................................078 3................................................ Indonesia .................................................................863 3... Greece ............................................................. United Kingdom ................ South ... United Arab Emirates ...... Czech Republic ..... Bulgaria .........347 40.....................................................—Cottonseed oil and cottonseed cake and meal: United States exports by country of destination 2008–2010 Country of destination 2009 2010 1 Metric tons Metric tons Metric tons Cottonseed: Mexico .............................. Bahamas..653 32........................................... Canada . Brazil ................. New Zealand(*) ........................ United Kingdom ........................................................................................ Malaysia .................550 61................... Lebanon .... Slovenia .. Cayman Islands ................................................................... Chile ..999 14............................. Netherlands ...... 2010 data does not reflect 13 month changes.......................................................................... Australia(*) ................................................................................................................................................ Netherlands Antilles(*) .................................................................................................... South ........................................668 105 49 45 106 0 36 0 4............... Japan .............................................................................. Canada ................. Dominican Republic ....................................... Japan .... 1 VerDate Aug 31 2005 2008 13:41 Mar 01..................493 321 9 419 0 0 0 0 4.............................................799 1 8.................................................................................................... Kuwait ...........961 1...................................... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00003 (*) Denotes a country that is a summarization of its component coun- Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR03\III-03.................. South .. Russia .......................................... Thailand .......................... Germany(*) .............................................................................. Honduras ... Colombia ........006 1................................................

. China ....... 4................... Uzbekistan...047 4...640 4. Office of Global Analysis.... 4. EU-27 ... FATS...........................030 47 497 116 79 249 464 47 61 326 1..........800 670 625 1..300 3.050 333 9...000 hectares 300 164 843 6.................. 303 280 370 Total ......... FAS................... Turkey ........ Turkmenistan ...............................383 FAS..... 2008/2009–2010/2011 1 Country 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 2 1.......................396 1.......917 1...851 United States . Turkmenistan ............... Uzbekistan ...........000 metric tons 308 546 2.800 4......................900 340 600 1.....000 metric tons 1...... supply.........063 3................ Brazil . Others ..................476 4....... and distribution statistics from foreign governments...........................000 hectares 440 200 836 5..—Cottonseed: Area and production in specified countries.999 1...000 metric tons 440 1......779 4................000 metric tons 207 400 2.................... Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production.....................532 Total ...300 3. (202) 720-6301............. VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:41 Mar 01..........764 5......238 1............................980 1 Year beginning July 1.489 32................... 2 Preliminary...180 600 490 1..............AG8 USDA ..... China ............901 3.......... India ................ Others ............ Pakistan ..350 5......................332 37........... Republic of ......788 700 530 1..650 2...................045 59 540 98 75 224 419 66 87 460 1.................................... 26................................... supply. AND OILS Table 3-7....... 1.—Cottonseed: Production........233 35....360 4.............300 309 10.......... Australia .. Mexico .. and distribution statistics from foreign governments..............466 1.........540 349 9.600 3...370 2....652 41.600 3.............................. Brazil .. Table 3-8.......683 26.. Turkey ................... 33 43 318 1................ Australia ........................600 1.134 39.........................................300 3..................... (202) 720-6301................746 29.....040 14.....500 11........... Office of Global Analysis... Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production.096 43... 3....610 United States ...953 375 10......310 3..........160 2.... India .....442 28......322 37...000 hectares 600 590 1..400 530 9..........................000 metric tons 1.330 3................525 2........ 29............................150 313 11.....150 70 530 107 85 221 438 Total Foreign . 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00004 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR03\III-04.363 1......938 Total Foreign ..III–4 OILSEEDS..000 metric tons Argentina ........800 3..............................900 320 640 1......000 280 550 1......420 4..........................894 1.. Pakistan ......................................100 12.. 2008/2009–2010/2011 Area Production Continent and country 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 Argentina ...............

. (202) 720–2127....000 acres 1...000 dollars 49..516 10.....400 14. and production. Table 3-11..000 acres 1.814 20.... 2010 1 .15 12. Disappearance Stocks June 1 Production Imports 1.904 2.863 10..... 2006 ....056 1 Preliminary.8 16.6 14....000 acres 1..423 9........000 acres 1.767 1.794 6.... Total domestic disappearance 2 1... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00005 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR03\III-05..950 3 Preliminary....500 11....021 11.751 Crushings 1 1. 2009 .019 4.022 16..695 11....716 7..700 8......29 5.........000 bushels 12.AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 III–5 Table 3-9....... 2004 .. 2004 .. 2002 ...0 19..000 acres 1..............780 1.0 22..697 17....900 11.... NASS. production....069 24.521 72...... 2005 .000 bushels 11..8 23...... Crops Branch..... and value.000 bushels 1...000 bushels 15..77 5...0 21........0 14..... 2003 .000 acres 578 703 588 511 955 767 349 340 314 418 Marketing year average price per bushel received by farmers Production Bushels 19.019 5......0 69 72 5.258 Total used for seed Exports 1...667 15.0 16.... SD ....657 16.552 1.000 bushels 1...9 17..... yield... 2006 . MT ...444 1......368 19.. ND .901 4...... 2001–2010 Area planted Year 2001 .308 893 1....0 14.150 12.0 21.773 60.0 17..0 24.. Area harvested 1.... 2005 ..AG8 USDA ....... yield.........000 bushels 2...961 76.....000 10...94 5..... VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:41 Mar 01. United States..536 209 US ..455 11.......510 3....20 1. disposition..............788 2.9 20..—Flaxseed: Area...........181 2.000 bushels 10..07 5.078 1.... 2003 ...... 2008 ...346 14..499 15............900 83...70 8.. 2008 .......716 7.........516 1.......004 68................283 Total 1.... 2009 3 .....000 acres 585 784 595 523 983 813 354 354 317 421 Yield per harvested acre 1.767 117....—Flaxseed: Area..627 9.512 2. United States.......256 5...... ERS.516 10. 2007 ........455 11...000 bushels 474 635 482 424 796 659 287 287 257 341 1....88 8.3 20.849 1...535 2.000 bushels 13......896 5...000 bushels MN .370 14..564 61. 2 Total supply minus exports and stocks June 1 of following year....000 10.....730 11............ 2008–2010 Area planted Area harvested Yield per harvested acre State Production 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 1.423 1. Crops Branch........491 84 63 160 7....—Flaxseed: Supply and disappearance.. by State and United States...000 bushels 1....314 1 Preliminary...368 19..........7 1.. 3 9 335 7 3 11 295 8 4 15 390 12 3 8 323 6 3 10 293 8 4 15 388 11 23.000 1 From domestic and imported seed..........019 5.........260 13.... 2001 ... (202) 694–5300.....8 23........580 5..7 5.863 10... Table 3-10.221 432 1...786 12...80 13...359 12.......032 168 56 255 8.....038 12.....00 12.017 2.398 12..388 11..6 21.056 Value of production Dollars 4.9 16..........600 16......386 3...................423 9........070 63.....6 21... NASS.373 110.... 2007 .000 bushels 1.0 9.413 4. (202) 720–2127.... 2002 ....4 16...464 8.0 17. 354 317 421 340 314 418 16..695 11. Field Crops Branch....288 863 3....174 17.....000 acres Bushels Bushels Bushels 1....716 7....... 2000–2009 Supply Year beginning June 2000 .018 16.........896 5.........

...86 42.. 2002 .94 5.31 86.......0 0.. 2005 ..38 5.1 80... per ton 2 Dollars 35.10 7...... (202) 720–2711... Crops Branch....0 0.90 114.7 1.. 2008 .00 0..311 1...15 12. ......6 ...3 2..0 .....6 1....... of the Farm Security and Rural Investment Act of 2002 (2002 Act).... (202) 694–5300.52 93.00 5....30 Dollars 8.66 5..61 191..20 12....0 0. United States.....99 44.4 598....... .00 0..37 70...... 2012 Minneapolis Average price received by farmers per bushel Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00006 Fmt 1000 Meal. Beginning with 2002/2003....00 0....139 2....60 11.....45/0..80 7..III–6 OILSEEDS.274 69....... 2 Target prices were established under the 2002 Act... 2 Bulk carlots.45/0. 2004 .. 2008–2010 Marketing year average price per bushel Value of production State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 MN .. 3.5 1.....0 0.........80 17.... and Energy Act 2008 (2008 Act)....248 57....80 13.29 5.000 dollars 706 2.00 0.23 119.0 141...........000 dollars 554 1.. 2006 .0 0.21 5...... 2001–2011 Marketin year beginning June 1 Income support payment rates per bushels 1 Program price levels per bushel Dollars 2001/2002 2002/2003 2003/2004 2004/2005 2005/2006 2006/2007 2007/2008 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 2011/2012 ...66 5..15 1 Raw oil in tank cars...69 124..... Payment rates for the 2008/2009 crop are calculated according to the Direct and Counter-cyclical program provisions of the Food....21 5.66 3 Preliminary.....21 5..0 0. the first entry is the direct payment rate and the second entry is the counter-cyclical payment rate. Conservation.45/0.773 60. ERS..0 0.856 104....4 2...89 158.83 36...70 11.49 5...000 bushels 35..70 8.0 0.... SD .49 5.. by State and United States..00 12.88 8.....000 bushels 107.21 5. Table 3-14....49 53....00 0.........AG8 USDA .000 dollars 814 1...66 7.........80 8....10 39...54 227... 12.... (202) 720–2127.... NA 0.0 0...66 5.21 NA 5..45/0..260 1...45/0......21 5..0 0... AND OILS Table 3-12. per pound 1 Dollars Cents 2000 . NA-Not available.0 0. .....21 5.21 5.314 1 Preliminary..66 5.....66 5...8 .45/0...38 5.50 Dollars 12....30 4.1 1....—Flaxseed: Support operations..000 bushels 1... .50 1.9 1..6 157.. 1 Income support payment rates for the 2002/2003 through 2007/2008 crops are calculated according to the Direct and Counter-cyclical program provisions.............. FSA........ 2007 . Put under loan Loan Target 2 Quantity Dollars Dollars 1........ ........ 1....21 5.. MT .613 US ...0 0.....5 7.......0 0... Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR03\III-06. ....15 7.736 949 1.00 59.....8 157....1 0.00 0..70 12.... Table 3-13....07 5...... 34 percent protein..... 2009 3 .... ...62 122..45/0.00 0... Oilseeds.2 131.......0 .455..45/0.00 38.. .4 5.20 72..... . Dollars 11.—Flaxseed: Marketing year average price and value of production.77 5. 2000–2009 Year Oil.00 0.....10 Percentage of production Percent 0.......... .....—Flaxseed and linseed oil and meal: Average price Minneapolis..45/0. VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:41 Mar 01. NASS....24 124...0 0.8 0. 2003 .77 116.2 276.3 0. 2001 . FATS..70 8.........45/0.20 12.2 2.. Acquired by CCC under loan program Owned by CCC at end of marketing year 1. ND ...373 110. Field Crops Branch..00 0.0 0......4 69.....

..............736 2... Other Partners ... Denmark(*) .400 14.......083 255 555 83 1.............. 2007 ...................158 18.......................748 8......................... Turkey ................................. France(*) ............................... cake...........104 2... Office of Global Analysis....699 1... Lebanon ...159 56 536 319 129 1. VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:41 Mar 01.. 2008 ..884 10...000 bushels 12.. and exports of linseed oil....................... 1 2010 data does not reflect 13 month changes...............................003 7..........563 2.....................959 10.......................................AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 III–7 Table 3-15...................................... Field Crops Branch..................000 Million pounds 44 45 31 34 20 45 29 51 26 73 Production Million pounds 234 195 205 220 265 320 291 228 159 234 Linseed cake and meal Exports Production Million pounds 73 50 70 76 107 98 76 74 66 103 1...721 1....554 11.327 4........ imports.......936 894 3...... 2001 ..................767 4.............................................................................................646 1............................... and meal.......—Sunflower: United States exports by country of destination 2008–2010 Country 2008 2009 2010 1 Metric tons Metric tons Metric tons Spain .........................000 10...... Norway(*) .................... Morocco .600 16............ Italy(*) ..................................499 940 688 608 565 555 444 412 306 294 254 214 190 2... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00007 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR03\III-07....229 82 9.......................957 23........920 4.....502 2.....979 23....................133 151.................... Taiwan .............. Poland .............. 2006 .. 2004 ............................................. production.....................526 1...........000 10.. Canada .313 5.......................412 151...................... and June 1 stocks of oil. Argentina ...........830 12........ China ... Japan ............................................................359 1..500 11..020 583 379 434 48 1.........055 1................179 1.............000 tons 5 6 19 26 23 18 17 9 10 3 25 62 31 32 62 44 10 10 28 10 1 Preliminary.. (202) 720-6301...000 tons 1. United States.. South . Sweden ...458 25................................................. 2003 ................................................276 14.......371 14.. Korea..................................239 212 3 242 0 276 3....................660 12............. Netherlands ..................... Jordan ..... 31..........—Flaxseed and products: Flaxseed crushed.... Israel(*) ....... Finland .....164 (*) Denotes a country that is a summarization of its component coun- tries................570 1........316 7.379 3.............000 tons 216 180 189 203 245 295 268 211 147 216 Imports for consumption Exports 1.....................582 3....................370 1......... World Total ..528 1..496 26.... ERS............700 8............... FAS.....043 973 1........ United Kingdom ................568 3.......... Greece ..............................982 2............260 13.............928 1........ Table 3-16.......... Mexico ........................378 1.........229 8. United Arab Emirates ......... Romania .... Total flaxseed crushed Stocks June 1 1......... Ecuador ..349 24.....400 4. Germany(*) ....900 11...................................... Egypt .......043 20.............. Singapore ........825 136....289 2..........................................190 3..........655 10..........862 2................. 2005 .............108 878 4.................... 2000–2009 Linseed oil Year beginning June 2000 ..AG8 USDA ....................150 12.184 3................................ 2002 .............. 2009 1 ............. (202) 694–5300.........

........ 11...... Taiwan .......... 296 331 276 Total ......................... Morocco ..990 0 0 96 22.....068 68....... Germany(*) ............................. South ..........................................553 142 309 2....................................................... South Africa .........................119 454 0 0 0 0 0 0 World Total ............ Norway(*) .........000 metric tons 1............................................... Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production.... Colombia ........... Poland ... Netherlands .................................209 4.........—Sunflower oil: Production...... 2008/2009–2010/2011 Country 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 Argentina ............. Korea............ India ................. Korea........................................................................... Brazil ........................661 11.. China ......................—Sunflower cake and meal: United States exports by country of destination 2008–2010 Country 2008 2009 Metric tons 2010 1 Metric tons Metric tons Canada ...............................................................................435 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 0 91 0 0 0 204 0 9 0 0 0 0 1.........................................................098 3...............307 9.... (202) 720-6301.... Netherlands Antilles(*) ...........779 0 0 2............ 11...... Mexico ....... South ............................. Russia ............... FAS....................................... Taiwan ..... Costa Rica ........................646 102 0 5..........................AG8 USDA ........ Pakistan . Hong Kong .................... Malaysia ...316 0 0 2............110 6........ Macau ............... Jamaica .............. (202) 720-6301................... 2.........983 11............................ Turkey .... Office of Global Analysis.... Other Partners ....403 12010 data does not reflect 13 month changes (*) Denotes a country that is a summarization of its component countries..000 6.938 0 13 47 43 68 0 0 2......... China ............................................ 1........................687 11.....632 707 1.......................674 6................. Singapore ... FAS........ India ................................................................................. Jamaica ............345 315 2..837 0 0 5 0 0 135 2 502 20 0 0 0 13 9 39 0 3 101 2 1........ Serbia ................................ Office of Global Analysis.........505 170 226 626 2...............................257 306 2..........................................768 11...... Others ................ Nicaragua ...................754 5......................................... Guatemala ...........................500 11............. Japan ... 66...............570 3............. South Africa ............................................................................. (202) 720-6301.. Pakistan ...........545 637 1. Saudi Arabia ............................ Table 3-19............................................ 79......... Mexico ..............500 1............................800 531 517 256 241 160 106 87 69 56 39 29 22 21 18 18 17 16 13 7 7 28 World Total .................379 FAS... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00008 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR03\III-08........... supply......677 0 0 0 0 0 73 65 2........................................739 86.........................................................808 15............. FATS..........................416 8.................565 180 318 515 2.......591 255 305 2...... AND OILS Table 3-17........544 0 0 3................... Italy(*) ................ Australia(*) ..082 170 315 671 2.....460 319 331 2..................................... Egypt .................III–8 OILSEEDS................................................ and distribution statistics from foreign governments.......................................—Sunflower oil: United States exports by country of destination 2008–2010 Country 2008 2009 Metric tons 2010 1 Metric tons Metric tons Canada .. Brazil .................................... Table 3-18............................................719 12010 data does not reflect 13 month changes (*) Denotes a country that is a summarization of its component countries................................................ 12....................... Office of Global Analysis.........146 324 2.........................................330 11............... Ukraine ......897 6............... VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:41 Mar 01....................................... EU-27 ... Tunisia ...........................................433 89.............000 metric tons 1....146 1.......994 2..........................................................103 United States ....000 metric tons 1................................................................667 631 Total foreign ............................ Afghanistan ........ Spain ......................

..344...009 12.368 20.....017 1....629.....000 pounds 3......428 234...732 1..0 1..339 4.—Peanuts......617 793......194 402....0 1. 2000–2010 Year beginning August 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 .000 pounds 178.. 2 Includes peanuts milled for seed... .651 4..868 223.452 250.812 3.......311 10.265. ..394.860 3......000 pounds 79....9 1......077 61. Table 3-21...040 4.400 3....384 5..888 Production of crude 1.. .... .866..791 285.411..428 813....150 4.872 27..0 1...... 2001–2010 Peanuts for nuts Year Area planted Area harvested 1.783. United States.666 139.......394 Imports 1..... Value of production 1.402.....685 172.460 1 Net weight basis......353.144...... 1 3 1........712 3...730 19....193.804.989 2.... Crops Branch..000 pounds 139.......000 pounds 3. .. ......—Peanuts: Area.014... NASS...210.. 2009 . 1 1 .402..... 2 Reported as edible peanut oil and crude peanut oil.551 843...0 1.—Peanuts: Crushings.430.. Crops Branch..949 3.435 612...0 Pounds 3...3 18.2 19..817 385........012 3...000 pounds 411....558 521..... and Bureau of the Census....291...0 1..156.... Crops Branch.321. 2008 .965 4....0 1...........148.733 190. production........ 2004 .... 3 Holding at producing mills only..421 3...901..3 17.970 5.5 2 Preliminary..276. in this tabulation added without converting. . 2010 2 ... production...912 4.288..0 1.249 181..... .0 1..523 230.914...800 1. .950 991. and quantity milled..000 pounds 10..119 38.7 20..0 1...000.863 3....134 346...824 6. NASS....868 27........2 1.624 0 251 321 0 6 48 0 194 1...... and ERS...779 441. ...505 4..156....144 142....000 pounds 7.. yield. .250 3..154 3...116.541.184 60.672..079..400 3.704 3. .824 8.663.250 5..321.. Table 3-22.534.312. (202) 720–2127....375 372.. production.650 4....386 41..... Production 1 Marketing year average price 1.5 23.. 2003 .. farmer stock: Stocks....860 3. 2007 .. ........225 11.024 4.147 901......144.0 2001 ... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00009 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR03\III-09... United States.934 Stocks Aug....029 2..AG8 USDA .792 7.748 185....698 3. .088 3..542 5...903 190....000 acres 1..976.....769 5.900 4...... 2000–2010 Year beginning August 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Production harvested for nuts 1 Stocks Aug..302 4....250 3.040 4..304 3...276...... ...195...668 232...200 4.......874 356.000 acres 1..466 11.099 296..397 1.412..173 644.. 2006 ......254....704 3.545 54.....0 1. and value.150 4.155 73..881 3.. (202) 720–2127......AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 III–9 Table 3-20.993 4.522.346 55..250 5...230.162.........665 69. and oil and meal stocks......650 4..0 21.798 758.....9 17. (202) 720–2127.995 126. and foreign trade...698 13...930..695 10.0 1.. ERS.0 1.... ...702 123.994 483..840 Cents Yield per acre 1.... 2005 ..714 799..547....243.... .. disposition....0 1.. 1.026 7...571 3...979 9...840 Total supply 1...994 3...721 3..000 pounds 13.. 2002 ...312 1 Estimates comprised of quota and non-quota peanuts..........000 pounds 4..869. Peanuts crushed (shelled basis) Stocks Aug.926 104.4 18...354 3..585...359.. ..000 dollars 1..159 3.288..977 126.085 166... United States......000 pounds 230.7 22...537 211....948 1.076 2.....888 226.347 23.....995 172.....464......243 163 Milled 1 2 1....292 7......509...110 Peanut cake and meal Imports 1..410 3....896...255.043 1 Crude plus refined..691.... 1 1 Peanut oil 1...393.052....450 158....012 Exports 2 1.......908 5...691.980 334....436 1. marketing year average price per pound received by farmers......614 730.626 1.200 4.. VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:41 Mar 01.0 1.869.......426 3....843 5. .512 599.769 407..491 6..770 677..045 Production 1.210 116.....267.899 4.764 15.073 3.7 1..622 75.296 326......507....0 1. NASS.....958 295....162....672.464..288.675.950 3.......000 pounds 3.......657...000 pounds 4. ..

..508 22..738 402.090.600 337....454 45..290 21....472 61..888 357.... ... Crops Branch.. United States...411. .323 215............231 17....845 19...000 pounds 216.105 150...72 0..292. ...243 319.... FATS..558 521.......054 39..259 3.76 0...808 36...017 Total Oil stock 1...812 25.......000 pounds 1..... 1..124 Per capita Pounds 0..202 36.783 207. (202) 720–2127.007 1. exports.....443.593 511..980 334. . . 2000–2010 Supply Year beginning August Stocks Aug.....818 3.. .III–10 OILSEEDS...963 69..... AND OILS Table 3-23.... and Foreign trade from the Bureau of the Census..291. .091 55.. VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:41 Mar 01.336 362.284 257.S..371 212...092 611.AG8 USDA ... .. Bureau of the Census.618 257..048 261.... United States.411....103 14... ..61 0......900 59.......000 pounds 70..........357 3..64 0........000 pounds 337...173 644.727 395..320 35..385.918 431..423 3...000 pounds 7..73 0...324 485......463 16.. . ..250...........231 2..784 42.000 pounds 354...993 42...554 693..648 24....278 54.686 15...69 0......906 184....929 1.....415.600 347.306 179. .795 60.... ...600 56.958 295.269 321..... .....337. ERS.185 245...434 2.776 1.097 528.922 38.786 309...732 284......495 2....769 407.226....423 495.130 1....603 2.......000 pounds 147.924 1.345 2... ERS.201...... ...489 340..000 pounds 3........000 pounds 295..639 Exports Crushed 1. 1 Production Disposition Imports Total Exports Domestic disappearance Total 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ..498 Edible 1...499 33..893 246.847 1........736 2... .. 2000–2010 Supply Year beginning August Stocks Aug.. ..023 221..956 1.888 53.....508 494..442.........779 441........386 282..104 215...850 504.261 554...000 pounds 707.100 40.. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00010 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR03\III-10.357. 1 Imports Edible 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 .817 385..778 280.433.222 3.....375 372.. Crops Branch.547...673 341...... Production 1...072 437......346..939.563 510..487 52.983....199 49...209 680. (202) 720–2127.... Table 3-24...63 0....414 268..295 Oil stock 1.296 326.103 57. and quantity crushed.228.430 78..186 253.580 3.. ..118 26..186 603........019 341...69 0...73 0.—Shelled peanuts (all grades): Supply.471 2..72 0..655 56....785 243.450......439..243 163 1.457 3.....372 65.625 0 251 321 0 6 48 0 194 1.........627 390..........144 322.. .........188 211.... and Foreign trade from the U...723 3...659 299...956 185.—Cleaned peanuts (roasting stock): Supply and disposition.822 3.401 39.149 48......504 486..305 21....695 210.... .....684 278....000 pounds 411....78 NASS..353 3..663 520..000 pounds 228....409 NASS...281 303..663 357..000 pounds 41..193 32.323 67.194 402....314 2....846 216......823 240.155 273.048 1........273 319..881 254.....000 pounds 59..016 2.

AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011

III–11

Table 3-25.—Peanuts: Shelled (raw basis) by types, used in primary products and
apparent disappearance of peanuts, United States, 2000–2009
Shelled uses
Type, and year
beginning August

Peanut
butter 1

Snack

Candy

Other

Total

Apparent disappearance 2

1,000
pounds

1,000
pounds

1,000
pounds

1,000
pounds

1,000
pounds

1,000
pounds

Virginia and Valencia:
2000 ..........................
2001 ..........................
2002 ..........................
2003 ..........................
2004 ..........................
2005 ..........................
2006 ..........................
2007 ..........................
2008 ..........................
2009 ..........................
Runner:
2000 ..........................
2001 ..........................
2002 ..........................
2003 ..........................
2004 ..........................
2005 ..........................
2006 ..........................
2007 ..........................
2008 ..........................
2009 ..........................
Spanish:
2000 ..........................
2001 ..........................
2002 ..........................
2003 ..........................
2004 ..........................
2005 ..........................
2006 ..........................
2007 ..........................
2008 ..........................
2009 ..........................
All types:
2000 ..........................
2001 ..........................
2002 ..........................
2003 ..........................
2004 ..........................
2005 ..........................
2006 ..........................
2007 ..........................
2008 ..........................
2009 ..........................

102,050
106,573
77,018
88,053
112,027
123,402
113,689
125,497
110,737
(3)

100,650
97,046
75,100
68,257
70,216
81,617
75,858
71,059
52,925
50,812

19,101
26,640
26,930
23,580
25,466
25,738
29,542
27,909
26,342
17,361

3,271
3,097
4,178
1,669
1,702
1,136
1,103
979
1,766
( 3)

225,072
233,356
183,226
181,559
209,411
231,893
220,196
225,445
191,770
198,770

.......................
.......................
.......................
.......................
.......................
.......................
.......................
.......................
.......................
.......................

643,229
702,454
734,844
805,852
824,876
849,176
869,014
878,026
981,546
1,056,699

247,739
250,079
257,258
333,198
367,671
361,176
328,167
344,551
303,730
290,358

320,304
303,668
312,192
328,560
349,437
335,748
329,806
279,564
276,212
286,277

15,884
13,575
19,552
13,847
20,708
10,925
8,263
9,666
8,043
13,120

1,227,156
1,269,776
1,323,846
1,481,457
1,562,692
1,557,025
1,535,250
1,511,807
1,569,531
1,646,454

.......................
.......................
.......................
.......................
.......................
.......................
.......................
.......................
.......................
.......................

7,960
9,900
16,667
7,732
1,611
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

13,127
13,791
12,555
13,133
12,894
11,531
11,104
9,556
10,823
11,793

16,205
19,421
15,110
13,843
14,793
15,291
14,335
12,994
13,721
11,957

843
612
649
414
137
( 3)
( 3)
( 3)
( 3)
( 3)

38,135
43,724
44,981
35,122
29,435
28,498
36,211
31,321
34,990
31,269

.......................
.......................
.......................
.......................
.......................
.......................
.......................
.......................
.......................
.......................

753,239
818,927
828,529
901,637
938,514
974,223
993,445
1,012,263
1,102,698
1,191,821

361,516
360,916
344,913
414,588
450,781
454,324
415,131
425,166
367,478
352,963

355,610
349,729
354,232
365,983
389,696
376,777
373,684
320,467
316,275
315,595

19,998
17,284
24,379
15,930
22,547
12,092
9,397
10,676
9,840
15,840

1,490,363
1,546,856
1,552,053
1,698,138
1,801,538
1,817,416
1,791,657
1,768,572
1,796,291
1,876,219

2,347,426
2,586,177
2,763,724
2,737,351
2,723,299
2,739,343
2,732,015
2,702,007
2,633,643
2,682,110

1 Excludes peanut butter made by manufacturers for own use in candy. Includes peanut butter used in spreads, sandwiches, and cookies. 2 Apparent disappearance represents stocks beginning of year plus production, minus stocks at end
of year. 3 Not published to avoid disclosure of individual operations.
NASS, Crops Branch, (202) 720–2127, and ERS.

Table 3-26.—Peanuts: Area, yield, and production, by State and
United States, 2008–2010
Area planted

Peanuts for nuts

State

Area harvested
2008

2009

Production

2010
2008

AL ..........
FL ..........
GA .........
MS .........
NM .........
NC .........
OK .........
SC ..........
TX ..........
VA ..........

Yield per harvested acre

2009

2010

2008

2009

1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000
acres acres acres acres acres acres Pounds Pounds
195.0 155.0 190.0 193.0 150.0 185.0 3,500 3,300
150.0 115.0 145.0 140.0 105.0 135.0 3,200 3,200
690.0 510.0 565.0 685.0 505.0 555.0 3,400 3,560
22.0
21.0
19.0
21.0
18.0
18.0 3,900 3,000
8.0
7.0
10.0
8.0
7.0
10.0 3,200 3,100
98.0
67.0
87.0
97.0
66.0
86.0 3,700 3,700
19.0
14.0
22.0
18.0
13.0
21.0 3,500 3,300
71.0
50.0
67.0
68.0
48.0
64.0 3,900 3,100
257.0 165.0 165.0 253.0 155.0 163.0 3,300 3,270
24.0
12.0
18.0
24.0
12.0
18.0 3,350 3,700

US ...... 1,534.0 1,116.0 1,288.0 1,507.0 1,079.0 1,255.0

3,426

3,421

2010
Pounds
2,600
3,500
3,530
3,500
3,400
2,700
3,350
3,500
3,600
1,880

2008

2009

2010

1,000
1,000
1,000
pounds
pounds
pounds
675,500 495,000 481,000
448,000 336,000 472,500
2,329,000 1,797,800 1,959,150
81,900
54,000
63,000
25,600
21,700
34,000
358,900 244,200 232,200
63,000
42,900
70,350
265,200 148,800 224,000
834,900 506,850 586,800
80,400
44,400
33,840

3,312 5,162,400 3,691,650 4,156,840

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Table 3-27.—Peanuts: Marketing year average price, and value of production, by State
and United States, 2008–2010
Marketing year average price per pound

Value of production

State
2008

2009

2010

2008

2009

2010 1

AL ..........................
FL ...........................
GA ..........................
MS .........................
NM .........................
NC ..........................
OK ..........................
SC ..........................
TX ..........................
VA ..........................

Dollars
0.225
0.221
0.225
0.222
0.242
0.254
0.255
0.249
0.240
0.256

Dollars
0.210
0.202
0.207
0.194
0.293
0.250
0.211
0.231
0.231
0.243

Dollars
0.203
0.213
0.216
0.210
0.322
0.245
0.253
0.242
0.266
0.236

1,000 dollars
151,988
99,008
524,025
18,182
6,195
91,161
16,065
66,035
200,376
20,582

1,000 dollars
103,950
67,872
372,145
10,476
6,358
61,050
9,052
34,373
117,082
10,789

1,000 dollars
89,947
91,341
401,087
12,159
13,280
57,792
16,867
52,006
159,610
7,258

US ......................

0.230

0.217

0.225

1,193,617

793,147

901,347

1 Preliminary.

NASS, Crops Branch, (202) 720–2127.

Table 3-28.—Peanuts, farmer’s stock: Support operations, United States, 2001–2011
Marketing year beginning August 1

Income support payment
rates per short
ton
Dollars

2001/2002 ............

Marketing year beginning August 1

........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........

Quota 1

Additional 2

Dollars

Dollars

NA
Income support payment rates
per short
ton 3
Dollars

2003/2004
2004/2005
2005/2006
2006/2007
2007/2008
2008/2009
2009/2010
2010/2011

Program price levels per short
ton

36.00/ 73.0
36.00/ 81.0
36.00/104.0
36.00/104.0
36.00/ 49.0
36.00/ 00.0
36.00/ 25.0
36.00/ 13.0

610.00

Put under support

132.00

Program price levels per
short ton

1,000 short
tons
468

Percent
21.9

Put under support

Loan

Target 4

Quantity

Dollars

Dollars

1,000 short
tons
1,657
1,948
2,300
1,694
1,363
2,073
1,674
1,811

355.00
355.00
355.00
355.00
355.00
355.00
355.00
355.00

Percentage of
production

Quantity

495.00
495.00
495.00
495.00
495.00
495.00
495.00
495.00

Percentage
of production
Percent
80.0
91.4
96.1
97.9
74.2
80.5
90.7
87.1

Owned by
CCC at end of
marketing year
1,000 short
tons
0

Acquired by
CCC under
loan program 5

Owned by
CCC at end
of marketing
year

1,000 short
tons
0.0
105.8
42.0
0.5
0.4
3.6
3.0
.0.0

1,000 short
tons
0.0
9.1
20.5
0.0
0.3
0.3
3.0
0.0

1 Quota peanuts are peanuts grown within the farm poundage quota.
2 Additional peanuts are peanuts grown in excess
of the quota. 3 Enactment of the Farm Security and Rural Investment Act of 2002 (2002 Act) repealed the peanut quota
marketing program; and established payment rates for the 2002/03 and subsequent crops according to the provisions of the
Direct Payment and Counter-cyclical Program. Beginning with 2002/2003, the first entry is the direct payment rate and the
second entry is the counter-cyclical payment rate. 4 Target prices were established under the 2002 Act. 5 Acquisitions for
2008/2009 as of September 30, 2009. NA-not applicable.
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Table 3-29.—Peanuts: Area and production in specified countries and the world,
2008/2009–2010/2011
Area
Country

Production

2008/
2009

2009/
2010

2010/
2011

2008/
2009

2009/
2010

2010/
2011

Argentina ...............................................................
Burma ....................................................................
Chad ......................................................................
China .....................................................................
India .......................................................................
Indonesia ...............................................................
Nigeria ...................................................................
Senegal ..................................................................
Sudan ....................................................................
Vietnam ..................................................................
Others ....................................................................

1,000
hectares
275
650
354
4,246
6,400
750
1,245
837
1,000
256
4,750

1,000
hectares
220
670
354
4,377
5,300
750
1,245
1,060
1,000
249
4,733

1,000
hectares
280
670
354
4,450
6,000
750
1,245
1,000
1,000
244
4,768

1,000
metric
tons
860
1,000
468
14,286
6,250
1,250
1,550
731
850
534
4,631

1,000
metric
tons
836
1,000
468
14,708
4,900
1,250
1,550
1,033
850
525
4,563

1,000
metric
tons
1,000
1,000
468
15,100
6,000
1,250
1,550
1,100
850
486
4,579

Total Foreign ..................................................

20,763

19,958

20,761

32,410

31,683

33,383

United States ..................................................

610

437

508

2,342

1,675

1,885

Total ................................................................

21,373

20,395

21,269

34,752

33,358

35,268

FAS, Office of Global Analysis, (202) 720-6301. Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production, supply,
and distribution statistics from foreign governments.

Table 3-30.—Peanut meal: Production, 2008/2009–2010/2011
Country

2008/2009

2009/2010

2010/2011

1,000 metric tons

1,000 metric tons

1,000 metric tons

Argentina ....................................................
Burkina .......................................................
Burma ........................................................
China ..........................................................
Congo (Kinshasa) ......................................
India ...........................................................
Mali ............................................................
Nigeria ........................................................
Senegal ......................................................
Sudan .........................................................
Others ........................................................

120
88
172
2,770
46
1,820
41
203
182
176
379

75
88
172
2,778
46
1,370
41
203
247
176
375

88
88
172
2,860
46
1,690
41
203
258
176
373

Total Foreign ......................................

5,997

5,581

5,995

United States ......................................

95

85

106

Total ....................................................

6,092

5,666

6,101

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Table 3-31.—Soybeans: Area, yield, production, and value, United States, 2001–2010
Soybeans for beans
Area
planted

Year

2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010

.........
.........
.........
.........
.........
.........
.........
.........
.........
.........

1,000 acres
74,075
73,963
73,404
75,208
72,032
75,522
64,741
75,718
77,451
77,404

Area
harvested

Yield per acre

1,000 acres
72,975
72,497
72,476
73,958
71,251
74,602
64,146
74,681
76,372
76,616

Bushels
39.6
38.0
33.9
42.2
43.1
42.9
41.7
39.7
44.0
43.5

Marketing
year average
price per
bushel
received by
farmers

Production

1,000 bushels
2,890,682
2,756,147
2,453,845
3,123,790
3,068,342
3,196,726
2,677,117
2,967,007
3,359,011
3,329,341

Value of
production

Dollars
4.38
5.53
7.34
5.74
5.66
6.43
10.10
9.97
9.59
11.70

1,000 dollars
12,605,717
15,252,691
18,015,097
17,895,510
17,297,137
20,468,267
26,974,406
29,458,225
32,145,207
38,915,328

NASS, Crops Branch, (202) 720–2127.

Table 3-32.—Soybeans: Stocks on and off farms, United States, 2002–2011
Year beginning
previous
December

Dec. 1

On farms

2002 ...................
2003 ...................
2004 ...................
2005 ...................
2006 ...................
2007 ...................
2008 ...................
2009 ...................
2010 ...................
2011 3 .................

1,000
bushels
1,240,000
1,172,000
820,000
1,300,000
1,345,000
1,461,000
1,128,500
1,189,000
1,229,500
1,091,000

Off farms 1

Mar. 1

June 1

Sep. 1 2

1,000
bushels
687,000
636,500
355,900
795,000
872,000
910,000
593,000
656,500
609,200
505,000

1,000
bushels
301,200
272,500
110,000
356,100
495,500
500,000
226,600
226,300
232,600
NA

1,000
bushels
62,700
58,000
29,400
99,700
176,300
143,000
47,000
35,100
35,400
NA

Dec. 1
1,000
bushels
1,035,618
943,373
868,653
1,004,640
1,156,426
1,240,366
1,231,860
1,086,432
1,109,050
1,187,084

1 Includes stocks at mills, elevators, warehouses, terminals, and processors.
available.
NASS, Crops Branch, (202) 720–2127.

2 Old

Mar. 1

June 1

Sep. 1 2

1,000
bushels
648,987
565,528
549,947
586,364
797,206
876,887
840,982
645,289
660,868
743,800

1,000
bushels
383,721
329,862
300,604
343,174
495,199
592,185
449,543
369,859
338,523
NA

1,000
bushels
145,361
120,329
83,014
156,038
273,026
430,810
158,034
103,098
115,485
NA

crop only.

3 Preliminary.

NA-not

Table 3-33.—Soybeans, soybean meal, and oil: Average price at specified markets,
2000–2009
Year 1

Soybeans per bushel: No. 1 Yellow Chicago

Soybean oil per pound crude,
tanks, f.o.b. Decatur

Soybean meal per short ton:
48 percent protein Decatur

Dollars

Cents

Dollars

2000 ...........
2001 ...........
2002 ...........
2003 ...........
2004 ...........
2005 ...........
2006 ...........
2007 ...........
2008 ...........
2009 2 .........

4.67
4.74
5.82
8.18
5.88
5.64
6.92
12.22
10.09
9.65

14.09
16.46
22.04
29.97
23.01
23.41
31.02
52.03
32.16
35.95

1 Year

beginning September for soybeans and October for oil and meal.
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167.72
181.58
256.05
182.90
174.17
205.44
335.94
331.17
311.27

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Table 3-34.—Soybeans: Supply and disappearance, United States, 2000–2009
Supply
Stocks by position
Year beginning
September

Terminal market,
interior mill,
elevator, and
warehouse

Farm

2000 ...........................
2001 ...........................
2002 ...........................
2003 ...........................
2004 ...........................
2005 ...........................
2006 ...........................
2007 ...........................
2008 ...........................
2009 2 ........................

1,000 bushels
112,500
83,500
62,700
58,000
29,400
99,700
176,300
143,000
47,000
35,100

Production

Total 1

Total

1,000 bushels
177,662
164,247
145,361
120,329
83,014
156,038
273,026
430,810
158,034
103,098

1,000 bushels
290,162
247,747
208,061
178,329
112,414
255,738
449,326
573,810
205,034
138,198

1,000 bushels
2,757,810
2,890,682
2,756,147
2,453,665
3,123,686
3,068,342
3,196,726
2,677,117
2,967,007
3,359,011

1,000 bushels
3,051,540
3,140,749
2,968,869
2,637,773
3,241,782
3,327,452
3,655,086
3,260,798
3,185,304
3,511,907

Disappearance
Year beginning
September

Seed, feed and
residual

Crushed 3

2000 ...........................
2001 ...........................
2002 ...........................
2003 ...........................
2004 ...........................
2005 ...........................
2006 ...........................
2007 ...........................
2008 ...........................
2009 2 .........................

1,000 bushels
1,639,670
1,699,741
1,614,787
1,529,699
1,696,081
1,738,852
1,807,706
1,803,407
1,661,922
1,751,686

Exports

1,000 bushels
168,252
169,296
131,380
109,072
192,806
199,396
157,074
93,527
105,890
108,271

Total

1,000 bushels
995,871
1,063,651
1,044,372
886,551
1,097,156
939,879
1,116,496
1,158,829
1,279,294
1,501,065

1,000 bushels
2,803,793
2,932,688
2,790,540
2,525,322
2,986,044
2,878,126
3,081,276
3,055,764
3,047,106
3,361,022

1 Includes imports.
2 Preliminary.
3 Reported by the U.S. Department of Commerce.
ERS, Field Crops Branch, (202) 694–5300.

Table 3-35.—Soybeans: Support operations, United States, 2001–2011
Marketin year
beginning
September 1

Income support payment
rates per
bushels 1
Dollars

2001/2002
2002/2003
2003/2004
2004/2005
2005/2006
2006/2007
2007/2008
2008/2009
2009/2010
2010/2011
2011/2012

......
......
......
......
......
......
......
......
......
......
......

NA
0.44/0.00
0.44/0.00
0.44/0.00
0.44/0.00
0.44/0.00
0.44/0.00
0.44/0.00
0.44/0.00
0.44/0.00
0.44/0.00

Program price levels per
bushel

Put under loan

Loan

Target 2

Quantity

Percentage
of production

Dollars

Dollars

Million
bushels
311.8
384.3
156.6
426.0
463.7
397.2
181.5
189.0
123.5
108.4
.....................

Percent

5.26
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00

NA
5.80
5.80
5.80
5.80
5.80
5.80
5.80
5.80
6.00
6.00

10.8
13.9
6.4
13.6
15.1
12.5
6.8
6.4
3.7
3.3
.....................

Acquired by
CCC under
loan
program

Owned by
CCC at end
of marketing
year

Million
bushels
0.0
0.0
0.1
0.5
8.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
.....................

Million
bushels
2.7
0.7
0.0
0.0
0.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
.....................

1 Income support payment rates for the 2002/2003 through 2007/2008 crops are calculated according to the Direct and
Counter-cyclical program provisions of the Farm Security and Rural Investment Act of 2002 (2002 Act). Payment rates for
the 2008/2009 through 2009/2010 crops are calculated according to the Direct and Counter-cyclical program provisions of
the Food, Conservation, and Energy Act 2008 (2008 Act). Beginning with 2002/2003, the first entry is the direct payment
rate and the second entry is the counter-cyclical payment rate. 2 Target prices were established under the 2002 Act.
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Table 3-36.—Soybeans: Area, yield, and production, by State and United States,
2008–2010
Area planted

Soybeans for beans

State

Yield per harvested
acre

Area harvested
2008

2009

2010

1,000
acres

1,000
acres

1,000
acres

2008

2009

2010

2008

1,000
acres

1,000
acres

1,000
acres

Bush- Bush- Bushels
els
els

2009

2010

Production
2008

2009

2010

1,000
bushels

1,000
bushels

1,000
bushels

AL ..............
AR .............
DE .............
FL ..............
GA .............
IL ...............
IN ...............
IA ...............
KS ..............
KY ..............
LA ..............
MD .............
MI ..............
MN .............
MS .............
MO .............
NE .............
NJ ..............
NY .............
NC .............
ND .............
OH .............
OK .............
PA ..............
SC .............
SD .............
TN ..............
TX ..............
VA ..............
WV .............
WI ..............

360
3,300
195
32
430
9,200
5,450
9,750
3,300
1,390
1,050
495
1,900
7,050
2,000
5,200
4,900
92
230
1,690
3,800
4,500
400
435
540
4,100
1,490
230
580
19
1,610

440
3,420
185
37
470
9,400
5,450
9,600
3,700
1,430
1,020
485
2,000
7,200
2,160
5,350
4,800
89
255
1,800
3,900
4,550
405
450
590
4,250
1,570
215
580
20
1,630

350
3,190
175
25
270
9,100
5,350
9,800
4,300
1,400
1,030
470
2,050
7,400
2,000
5,150
5,150
94
280
1,580
4,100
4,600
500
500
465
4,200
1,450
205
560
20
1,640

350
3,250
193
29
415
9,120
5,430
9,670
3,250
1,380
950
485
1,890
6,970
1,960
5,030
4,860
90
226
1,670
3,760
4,480
360
430
530
4,060
1,460
205
570
18
1,590

430
3,270
183
34
440
9,350
5,440
9,530
3,650
1,420
940
475
1,990
7,120
2,030
5,300
4,760
87
254
1,750
3,870
4,530
390
445
565
4,190
1,530
190
570
19
1,620

345
3,150
173
23
260
9,050
5,330
9,730
4,250
1,390
1,020
465
2,040
7,310
1,980
5,070
5,100
92
279
1,550
4,070
4,590
475
495
455
4,140
1,410
185
540
19
1,630

35.0
38.0
27.5
38.0
31.0
47.0
45.0
46.5
37.0
34.5
33.0
30.0
37.0
38.0
40.0
38.0
46.5
30.0
46.0
33.0
28.0
36.0
25.0
40.0
32.0
34.0
34.0
24.5
32.0
41.0
35.0

40.0
37.5
42.0
38.0
36.0
46.0
49.0
51.0
44.0
48.0
39.0
42.0
40.0
40.0
38.0
43.5
54.5
42.0
43.0
34.0
30.0
49.0
31.0
46.0
24.5
42.0
45.0
25.0
37.0
41.0
40.0

26.0
35.0
32.0
30.0
26.0
51.5
48.5
51.0
32.5
34.0
41.0
34.0
43.5
45.0
38.5
41.5
52.5
24.0
48.0
26.0
34.0
48.0
25.0
42.0
23.0
38.0
31.0
30.0
26.0
30.0
50.5

12,250
123,500
5,308
1,102
12,865
428,640
244,350
449,655
120,250
47,610
31,350
14,550
69,930
264,860
78,400
191,140
225,990
2,700
10,396
55,110
105,280
161,280
9,000
17,200
16,960
138,040
49,640
5,023
18,240
738
55,650

17,200
122,625
7,686
1,292
15,840
430,100
266,560
486,030
160,600
68,160
36,660
19,950
79,600
284,800
77,140
230,550
259,420
3,654
10,922
59,500
116,100
221,970
12,090
20,470
13,843
175,980
68,850
4,750
21,090
779
64,800

8,970
110,250
5,536
690
6,760
466,075
258,505
496,230
138,125
47,260
41,820
15,810
88,740
328,950
76,230
210,405
267,750
2,208
13,392
40,300
138,380
220,320
11,875
20,790
10,465
157,320
43,710
5,550
14,040
570
82,315

US ..........

75,718

77,451

77,404

74,681

76,372

76,616

39.7

44.0

43.5

2,967,007

3,359,011

3,329,341

NASS, Crops Branch, (202) 720–2127.

Table 3-37.—Soybeans: Crushings, and oil and meal stocks, production, and foreign
trade, United States, 2000–2009
Soybeans crushed

Year
beginning
October

Oct.Dec.

Jan.Mar.

2000 .........
2001 .........
2002 .........
2003 .........
2004 .........
2005 .........
2006 .........
2007 .........
2008 .........
2009 1 ......

1,000
bushels
434,530
452,757
445,332
437,589
456,436
457,566
474,220
484,090
436,079
504,875

1,000
bushels
417,420
443,946
414,609
406,889
434,643
438,307
448,549
460,817
424,967
477,126

Soybean oil

Apr.-Jun. Jul.-Sep.
1,000
bushels
391,733
414,412
378,150
339,334
414,215
419,161
445,981
441,080
426,566
398,890

1,000
bushels
395,327
382,741
381,989
339,214
402,989
433,020
444,926
393,720
361,946
387,833

Total

Stocks
Oct. 1

Soybean cake and meal

Produc- Exports Stocks Production
Oct. 1
tion

1,000
Million
Million
Million
bushels
pounds pounds pounds
1,639,010
1,993 18,420
1,401
1,693,856
2,767 18,898
2,519
1,620,081
2,359 18,430
2,263
1,523,026
1,489 17,080
936
1,708,283
1,076 19,360
1,324
1,748,053
1,699 20,387
1,153
1,812,676
3,010 20,489
1,877
1,779,707
3,085 20,580
2,911
1,649,558
2,485 18,745
2,193
1,768,724
2,861 19,615
3,357

1,000
tons
293
383
240
220
211
172
314
343
294
235

Exports

1,000
1,000
tons
tons
39,385 8,085
40,292 8,015
38,194 6,314
36,324 5,169
40,715 7,340
41,244 8,048
43,032 8,804
42,284 9,242
39,102 8,497
41,707 11,175

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Table 3-38.—Soybeans for beans: Marketing year average price and value, by State
and United States, 2008–2010
Marketing year average price per bushel

Value of production

State
2008

2009

2010 1

2008

2009

2010 1

AL ..............................
AR ..............................
DE ..............................
FL ...............................
GA ..............................
IL ................................
IN ...............................
IA ...............................
KS ..............................
KY ..............................
LA ..............................
MD .............................
MI ...............................
MN .............................
MS .............................
MO .............................
NE ..............................
NJ ..............................
NY ..............................
NC ..............................
ND ..............................
OH .............................
OK ..............................
PA ..............................
SC ..............................
SD ..............................
TN ..............................
TX ..............................
VA ..............................
WV .............................
WI ..............................

Dollars
10.30
9.64
9.40
8.50
9.50
10.20
10.20
10.20
9.39
10.00
9.52
9.20
9.82
10.10
9.29
9.74
9.79
9.75
10.30
9.33
9.71
10.30
9.10
10.20
9.00
9.65
9.45
9.25
9.10
9.75
9.80

Dollars
10.00
9.66
9.60
9.50
9.80
9.80
9.80
9.52
9.38
9.90
9.66
9.50
9.54
9.39
9.24
9.61
9.48
9.37
9.10
9.59
9.26
9.78
9.40
9.40
9.50
9.18
9.74
9.25
9.40
9.60
9.62

Dollars
11.20
11.30
11.90
11.00
11.30
12.40
11.80
11.70
12.00
12.10
10.90
11.90
11.40
11.30
11.10
12.10
11.30
11.20
11.00
12.30
11.30
11.80
11.10
11.80
11.50
11.20
11.60
10.00
11.80
11.60
11.40

1,000 dollars
126,175
1,190,540
49,895
9,367
122,218
4,372,128
2,492,370
4,586,481
1,129,148
476,100
298,452
133,860
686,713
2,675,086
728,336
1,861,704
2,212,442
26,325
107,079
514,176
1,022,269
1,661,184
81,900
175,440
152,640
1,332,086
469,098
46,463
165,984
7,196
545,370

1,000 dollars
172,000
1,184,558
73,786
12,274
155,232
4,214,980
2,612,288
4,627,006
1,506,428
674,784
354,136
189,525
759,384
2,674,272
712,774
2,215,586
2,459,302
34,238
99,390
570,605
1,075,086
2,170,867
113,646
192,418
131,509
1,615,496
670,599
43,938
198,246
7,478
623,376

1,000 dollars
100,464
1,245,825
65,878
7,590
76,388
5,779,330
3,050,359
5,805,891
1,657,500
571,846
455,838
188,139
1,011,636
3,717,135
846,153
2,545,901
3,025,575
24,730
147,312
495,690
1,563,694
2,599,776
131,813
245,322
120,348
1,761,984
507,036
55,500
165,672
6,612
938,391

US ..........................

9.97

9.59

11.70

29,458,225

32,145,207

38,915,328

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Table 3-39.—Soybeans: Area, yield, and production in specified countries and the
world, 2008/2009–2010/2011
Continent and
country

Area
2008/2009

Production

2009/2010

2010/2011

2008/2009

2009/2010

2010/2011

1,000
hectares
18,600
900
24,200
1,477
8,800
9,400
2,840
1,036
1,037
900
3,357

1,000
metric tons
32,000
1,600
57,800
3,336
15,540
9,100
4,000
744
813
1,170
5,108

1,000
metric tons
54,500
1,665
69,000
3,507
14,980
9,700
7,200
942
1,044
1,817
5,066

1,000
metric tons
49,500
1,580
74,500
4,345
15,200
9,600
8,300
1,222
1,680
1,620
5,536
173,083

1,000
hectares
16,000
890
21,700
1,195
9,130
9,600
2,550
709
538
650
3,172

1,000
hectares
18,600
900
23,500
1,380
9,190
9,600
2,680
792
623
863
3,115

Total Foreign .......

66,134

71,243

72,497

131,211

169,421

United States ......

30,222

30,907

31,006

80,749

91,417

90,610

Total ....................

96,356

102,150

103,503

211,960

260,838

263,693

Argentina ................
Bolivia .....................
Brazil .......................
Canada ...................
China ......................
India ........................
Paraguay ................
Russia .....................
Ukraine ...................
Uruguay ..................
Others .....................

FAS, Office of Global Analysis, (202) 720–6301. Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production, supply,
and distribution statistics from foreign governments.

Table 3-40.—Soybeans: United States exports by country of destination, 2008–2010
Country of
destination

China ..................................................
Mexico ................................................
Japan ..................................................
Indonesia ............................................
Taiwan ................................................
Germany(*) .........................................
Egypt ...................................................
Spain ...................................................
Korea, South .......................................
Turkey .................................................
Unidentified Countries ........................
Thailand ..............................................
Syria ....................................................
Malaysia ..............................................
Tunisia ................................................
Costa Rica ..........................................
Canada ...............................................
Israel(*) ...............................................
Netherlands ........................................
Vietnam ...............................................
Colombia .............................................
France(*) .............................................
Morocco ..............................................
Iran ......................................................
Cuba ...................................................
Italy(*) .................................................
Saudi Arabia .......................................
Venezuela ...........................................
Philippines ..........................................
Other Partners ....................................
World Total .................................
12010

data does not reflect 13 month changes.

2008

2009

2010 1

Metric
tons
16,512,163
3,550,054
2,814,529
1,257,138
1,885,708
1,750,266
771,937
657,439
438,439
497,202
246,845
91,611
344,420
159,682
0
212,558
357,826
322,282
601,368
95,229
204,642
47,502
113,810
0
143,922
162,408
44,354
25,196
52,231
455,687

Metric
tons
22,817,676
3,281,264
2,501,086
1,483,650
1,726,042
1,117,462
1,131,093
464,060
612,624
811,344
440,573
514,906
413,693
369,474
227,275
196,362
394,617
157,473
131,306
141,194
250,046
62,029
107,002
261,021
134,175
139,915
57,551
62,890
58,690
305,583

Metric
tons
24,343,197
3,586,832
2,551,119
1,849,843
1,441,223
1,170,662
982,786
787,889
720,792
624,414
467,585
391,628
381,220
291,564
263,566
236,212
220,286
201,087
193,371
178,007
174,122
161,577
124,779
120,632
102,919
92,899
88,244
85,080
68,678
422,355

33,816,448

40,372,076

42,324,568

(*) Denotes a country that is a summarization of its component coun-

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Table 3-41.—Soybean oil: United States exports by country of destination, 2008–2010
Country of
destination

2008

2009

Metric
tons

2010 1

Metric
tons

Metric
tons

China ..................................................
Morocco ..............................................
Mexico ................................................
India ....................................................
Peru ....................................................
Algeria .................................................
Dominican Republic ............................
Venezuela ...........................................
Canada ...............................................
Nicaragua ...........................................
Korea, South .......................................
Guatemala ..........................................
Malaysia ..............................................
Cuba ...................................................
Jamaica ..............................................
Hong Kong ..........................................
Haiti .....................................................
Colombia .............................................
Vietnam ...............................................
Afghanistan .........................................
Tunisia ................................................
El Salvador .........................................
Trinidad and Tobago ..........................
Senegal ...............................................
Pakistan ..............................................
Panama ..............................................
Bangladesh .........................................
Costa Rica ..........................................
Japan ..................................................
Other Partners ....................................

100,687
103,335
246,924
9
183
74,682
42,811
89,541
79,602
21,789
51,278
39,442
2,044
16,362
26,051
21,384
8,091
55,123
0
8,282
35,630
13,825
6,612
7,999
0
6,753
1,375
4,503
10,367
81,595

51,621
179,445
177,491
156,585
62,060
71,924
44,555
51,440
40,954
24,732
71,009
17,739
42,011
27,409
25,113
13,087
24,999
1,373
51,999
6,587
24,147
9,254
7,591
1,420
0
1,874
1,096
4,003
9,582
67,401

407,884
216,050
212,192
151,843
82,006
73,145
62,294
49,117
41,052
39,692
35,481
31,596
30,107
27,899
24,038
23,284
22,591
15,703
12,024
11,494
9,999
7,904
7,820
7,040
6,795
5,241
4,970
4,620
4,525
32,305

World Total ..................................

1,156,280

1,268,501

1,660,707

12010

data does not reflect 13 month changes.
FAS, Office of Global Analysis, (202) 720-6301.

Table 3-42.—Soybean cake and meal: United States exports by country of destination,
2008–2010
Country of
destination

2008

2009

2010 1

Mexico ................................................
Canada ...............................................
Philippines ..........................................
Venezuela ...........................................
Morocco ..............................................
Japan ..................................................
Dominican Republic ............................
Vietnam ...............................................
Guatemala ..........................................
Poland .................................................
Indonesia ............................................
Korea, South .......................................
Australia(*) ..........................................
France(*) .............................................
Ireland .................................................
Panama ..............................................
Honduras ............................................
El Salvador .........................................
Turkey .................................................
Ecuador ..............................................
United Kingdom ..................................
Jamaica ..............................................
Peru ....................................................
Germany(*) .........................................
Saudi Arabia .......................................
Thailand ..............................................
Nicaragua ...........................................
Denmark(*) .........................................
Israel(*) ...............................................
Other Partners ....................................

Metric
tons
1,467,741
1,384,356
551,161
545,035
130,659
385,822
368,481
114,913
225,654
33,451
110,933
186,969
45,325
34,952
88,679
143,047
178,386
125,349
142,332
89,972
105,290
104,851
27,419
30,135
204,367
103,725
53,291
43,863
69,187
1,023,428

Metric
tons
1,353,320
1,180,601
803,372
491,634
197,133
366,376
362,370
219,871
244,533
110,848
416,271
304,348
121,864
21
163,752
127,361
138,133
130,421
183,254
80,336
81,139
92,429
184,266
20,848
170,276
151,026
55,365
3
56,835
1,125,748

Metric
tons
1,394,932
1,093,148
860,041
571,021
438,816
403,094
384,423
379,778
294,297
279,164
267,119
250,262
208,045
199,605
169,549
161,875
161,404
157,790
157,075
147,687
128,480
107,714
103,037
93,153
85,793
80,566
63,923
59,887
55,934
693,011

World Total ..................................

8,118,772

8,933,756

9,450,624

12010

data does not reflect 13 month changes. (*) Denotes a country that is a summarization of its component countries. Users should use cautious interpretation on quantity reports using mixed units of measure. Quantity line items will only
include statistics on the units of measure that are equal to, or are able to be converted to, the assigned unit of measure of
the grouped commodities.
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Table 3-43.—Soybean oil: Production, 2008/2009–2010/2011
Country

2008/2009

2009/2010

2010/2011

Argentina ....................................................
Brazil ..........................................................
China ..........................................................
EU-27 .........................................................
India ...........................................................
Japan .........................................................
Mexico ........................................................
Paraguay ....................................................
Russia ........................................................
Taiwan .......................................................
Others ........................................................

1,000 metric tons
5,914
6,120
7,325
2,350
1,287
456
620
323
266
360
2,369

1,000 metric tons
6,476
6,470
8,726
2,280
1,340
445
640
323
349
405
2,542

1,000 metric tons
7,415
6,890
9,857
2,443
1,690
425
673
352
398
400
2,656

Total Foreign ..........................................

27,390

29,996

33,199

United States ..........................................

8,503

8,897

8,659

Total .......................................................

35,893

38,893

41,858

FAS, Office of Global Analysis, (202) 720-6301. Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production, supply,
and distribution statistics from foreign governments.

Table 3-44.—Soybeans, meal: International trade, 2008/2009–2010/2011
Country

2008/2009

2009/2010

2010/2011

1,000 metric tons

1,000 metric tons

1,000 metric tons

Principle exporting countries:
Argentina ............................................
Bolivia .................................................
Brazil ...................................................
Canada ...............................................
China ..................................................
EU-27 ..................................................
India ....................................................
Korea, South .......................................
Norway ................................................
Paraguay ............................................
Others .................................................

24,025
1,070
13,109
82
1,017
467
3,808
116
153
1,076
170

24,914
1,100
12,985
126
1,181
472
3,147
75
165
1,124
166

29,475
1,070
14,400
190
700
500
4,500
80
164
1,370
192
52,641

Total Foreign ...............................

45,093

45,455

United States ......................................

7,708

10,137

8,301

Total .............................................

52,801

55,592

60,942

Principle importing countries:
EU-27 ..................................................
Indonesia ............................................
Iran ......................................................
Japan ..................................................
Korea, South .......................................
Malaysia ..............................................
Mexico ................................................
Philippines ..........................................
Thailand ..............................................
Vietnam ...............................................
Others .................................................

20,980
2,339
1,046
1,812
1,813
1,251
1,518
1,295
2,160
2,521
14,371

20,730
2,507
1,525
2,106
1,737
1,072
1,209
1,600
2,513
2,768
15,228

22,900
2,950
1,950
2,320
1,810
1,170
1,500
1,694
2,600
2,878
16,084
57,856

Total Foreign ...............................

51,262

52,995

United States ......................................

80

145

150

Total .............................................

51,342

53,140

58,006

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... 5...........867 9............................909 38 399 109 69 229 127 5 345 4. Others ..599 9......632 5.076 8...257 9..908 Principle importing countries: Algeria ......... (202) 720-6301. 9..................... 9.. Brazil ... Venezuela .............000 metric tons 1. Canada ........ 5......................................453 255 1......... 41 50 79 Total .................456 United States ....... oil: International trade.......... China .000 metric tons 1........................522 1. Peru .......... 2008/2009–2010/2011 Country 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 1........... Iran .... EU-27 .... 9.... 365 254 2....................................060 376 350 272 325 2........................ Brazil ....449 47 380 142 78 243 170 122 396 5........... 8............... 41 2 2 FAS................. Others .....452 Total ...... 4.....AG8 USDA ..... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00021 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR03\III-21...... local: International trade.............514 300 450 1....500 300 380 280 310 2.....655 Total .. 41 2 2 Total Foreign ...... supply...........................035 8.. (202) 720-6301..........087 Total Foreign ....655 Total Foreign ...AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 III–21 Table 3-45.......656 465 350 1................................................ Office of Global Analysis..................180 1.......000 metric tons 1......... Malaysia ......... 995 1. supply.............................. Norway ..704 248 1.000 245 1.000 metric tons Principle exporting countries: Argentina ............................ Morocco ................. 2008/2009–2010/2011 Country 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 1........ Egypt . Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production..709 1...000 metric tons 1.....600 375 950 900 475 400 370 335 2.494 320 793 1.... VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:41 Mar 01.........................................177 9.. Bolivia ...............205 6......... Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production...............812 6.205 6...... Paraguay ........... Russia ......—Soybean oil...........549 United States .000 metric tons Principle exporting countries: Argentina ..426 402 349 1.735 8.496 5........................ and distribution statistics from foreign governments.... 41 2 2 Total ........ 3................182 7.......... Office of Global Analysis.............655 Principle importing countries: Brazil ...................... Table 3-46........000 1.....—Soybeans........................................812 6....................... India ........... EU-27 ............625 60 400 130 70 280 130 135 381 Total Foreign ............. and distribution statistics from foreign governments........................166 FAS....... United Arab Emirates ..... Bangladesh ...............

... 5.....404 United States .......850 2.....041 13....... Japan ............ South Africa .025 51...... AND OILS Table 3-47.........000 1.....—Soybeans: International trade................620 3..............................527 42. (202) 720-6301..............030 6.....820 FAS............ Total Foreign ............ 124 157 150 .......400 2... Thailand .580 84 Total Foreign ........350 Principle importing countries: Brazil .............. local: International trade..... 25 ... 76. Table 3-48................. Egypt ....... 77. Others .635 3..190 8......216 1.. EU-27 ....... 281 150 25 Total .....213 1......234 131 277 1.............000 metric tons 1..811 89....578 2...088 50 28.......817 40...987 2........... supply.........185 180 920 1......000 metric tons 1..... Ukraine ...................—Soybeans... Paraguay ..................350 Total .................... and distribution statistics from foreign governments.....842 92................469 1........ Korea...........................412 Total Foreign ...............000 metric tons Principle exporting countries: Argentina ..............523 1.......................... 42.........550 Total Foreign .................... 2008/2009–2010/2011 Country 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 1.891 40...........................098 1..............................017 400 22 2...........527 42............ 77... 281 150 25 FAS...........590 123 29... Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production...........649 92...........000 metric tons 1........327 837 2.............. EU-27 ..........474 United States .............891 40.. Taiwan ....500 50 30.........510 7.. Brazil ......... FATS...........100 2... Others ..220 52..015 86..... 34..............376 86.. Uruguay .167 3............037 2........ Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production............700 1...........797 51.250 1................ Brazil .... 3... 361 397 408 Total ...... 41.............. and distribution statistics from foreign governments...393 3...........197 3.......842 Principle importing countries: China ...115 129 13.......... Bolivia ... Canada .......... Indonesia .......486 28...................... 31.....350 140 263 1.. Others ....... Office of Global Analysis.770 91 8... (202) 720-6301..338 1..........575 13. 31...301 1.......401 1.......800 1..... supply. South ..000 metric tons Principle exporting countries: Argentina ..AG8 USDA .396 1........638 12.................247 184 36 5........................... 2008/2009–2010/2011 Country 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 1...............283 50........................... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00022 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR03\III-22........... Office of Global Analysis..................750 13.......660 7..852 41................ Mexico ..875 200 50 6...III–22 OILSEEDS.............800 31.................................... VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:41 Mar 01.. Russia .....260 3.487 89........000 metric tons 1.........368 Total .............................................701 29.... China ...

....361 1.......213 1..—Sunflower..0 1....613 4...5 Pounds 1..... and value.0 340.500 Price per cwt.211 1.704 2..0 287...959 582.105 458..422.000 pounds 2.0 2...966 2...138 48..868......570 Price per cwt.. Table 3-51..463..633...... 2001–2010 Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 .....5 1.......10 13. .285 1...5 332.613 2.610. yield.533.0 293.......... 2001–2010 Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 .......032.80 15...206 1.067 1.5 2..803..765........... .......3 Pounds 1.012..126..666 1. yield..344. Crops Branch.90 Value of production 1.950 294..000 pounds 3......763........ (202) 720–2127..925 572..000 acres 2. United States....000 acres 2..520 355.448 NASS..744 62.836 340.851 254.510 2. .554 1..984 86.840 3.10 12...445 1...451..197.665..... ...235 839.243 1.000 dollars 71....711..177..759 2...50 14.. oil varieties: Area...10 27.163..70 12.000 acres 516.0 1.. .0 300...000 acres 2.896 146....50 13.. .... .....117.........143....0 346..0 1. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00023 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR03\III-23.698...577 NASS.452 1.0 605...0 578..0 361........422...8 Pounds 1.62 12......0 334...581...... . .0 1...... .483.076 223..315 1..378 3..055 385..0 292..AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 III–23 Table 3-49......331 406...458 Production 1..584 249..389 1. production.. (202) 720–2127... yield...070 Price per cwt..424.......5 2.. Crops Branch..998... ...506 1......330 452...979 359.70 11.. all: Area..0 2......... ..........000 acres 495...226 2...5 Yield per harvested acre 1......40 Value of production 1. Table 3-50..0 2..285 429...........585 2.000 dollars 254....030..70 21..80 19.. . .709.245 52..418.010 2..0 1..5 451.871 NASS.....—Sunflower...... VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:41 Mar 01........000 acres 2...... ....848 527...950...70 Value of production 1..0 1......126 99.0 1.......000 dollars 325.065....658............155 2.811 131.0 2.... Area planted Area harvested 1......0 1...50 21....770.....AG8 USDA ....07 11..... Dollars 11.........238 1.0 1..0 2.60 13...460 2.0 2...90 31. Area planted Area harvested 1.....719..0 2..705 241...0 2.070......70 15.420 308..832 614....060.......0 323...0 1...167..870 3.259..036.653........ .560 286....0 2.....0 1.338 1.. Dollars 9..516.....0 304...... ...426 1...951.181 1.584. .. .....0 2.5 Yield per harvested acre 1.......20 17..628 175.....247 2.0 2.......000 pounds 615. Dollars 9........ ....0 256.30 22..0 2...... (202) 720–2127. .348 405...80 22..... ........539 1..993. United States..0 Yield per harvested acre 1.10 14.0 1.0 1. United States...5 353. Crops Branch....953.. .736 704.0 2.806.....10 21.0 455..732 487.......0 1.. ...074..460 Production 1.563 1. . production........787.10 21..131 1..........899 2........0 1... .429 1.396.....0 2..0 1.....062.0 1.. 2001–2010 Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 .873...635 1..—Sunflower.0 1..514. .0 488... and value.465 Production 1... and value.......256 997 1...........564 1...595 316...0 1.017......30 16...20 17..40 19.452 1.. production.198 1.873...647 385.....049. Area planted Area harvested 1. non-oil varieties: Area.555......214 272....30 12..80 10..450 661..874.144 1...104....836 58..735.

5 100........465 42.900 76..10 16..0 59..460 2010 1 2009 1.......0 64..40 20......300 1..200 CO .50 13... ND ..0 135....0 1.90 15............50 18.....0 33...80 (D) 24....0 92...600 NE .......0 24.322 1....582 1......628 2.........0 89..060 KS ......0 12.... 162..500 SD ..463.296 116.380 1. and value by type.800 1.0 11...561 1..........50 (X) 19...666 15........880 (X) 406..0 21.. ND ....10 20...0 885.......950 186........500 1.....520 1.000 CO .. CO ....0 133..0 118...0 700.. 89..0 44.....500 1.430 156...5 510.0 26.....953...942 270....403 1..0 15.....440 1.........447 35.0 21..0 110....0 570........518 1..750 41.816 25.. 62..000 pounds Oil: CA ....0 10......0 71.....50 21.254..0 51.......350 1.456 1...500 ND ......90 2........0 168....250 1..0 91...576 5... 1...0 27..0 27.334 1.. 53...90 23.873..788 26.....992 769 18. TX ................448 1 Preliminary.0 1.......000 NE .0 868.. OK .422..0 25........10 18.........8 495........................ KS .......00 29......002 15.....0 1.0 685.731 12....000 acres 1...........0 37.0 28....70 (D) 15.0 1...351 1...354 (D) 5... 32.. US .....60 24...0 26.. ND .. yield....... production.... US ....... 221..114 153..400 1.100 1......735..10 18.... VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:41 Mar 01..200 1...... US ....700 Oth Sts 2 ..102 4...............200 OK ..020 2. 86..0 34........5 400...0 18...70 17...........698.....0 13.... 40....0 1.0 155......0 1.......70 21......5 7. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00024 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 (D)-Withheld H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR03\III-24...760 KS ....80 (D) 14......950 2... MN ..100 1.....036.50 20.....40 21....320 1...500 1.179 23.268 12....0 300.60 19..00 26.............. SD .065 134. State and United States..470 1...0 885.460 1.......00 (X) 27..799 3...588 (X) 175.....200 ND .0 70..0 862.. NASS.500 32......... 13........0 1.80 19. NE .....500 1.......765 359....000 acres Pounds Pounds 34. Non-oil: CA . TX .50 22...800 83..... KS .353 1...5 34.. MN ......... NE ...........010 Non-oil: CA ...0 558.750 62..........80 26.0 115.....0 69.800 US .0 520.450 Total: CA ......40 17...600 ....070 21.0 2.....40 15. US ..100 15...0 71. 10.0 82.......... 2009–2010 Area planted Area harvested Yield per harvested acre Type and State Oil: CA ..750 SD ....... FATS..30 21.... 17..000 pounds Dollars Value of production 2010 1 2009 2010 1 Dollars 1......0 28.............000 acres 1...... NE . SD .....450 1......... 86.30 22.0 58....90 22... 661...0 62.....584... CO .............. 3.... Crops Branch..959 8..0 52......880 1.III–24 OILSEEDS.928 5.100 Oth Sts 2 ...000 MN .....399 1...0 1...80 25......800 1.....577 40...000..0 451...004.......200 OK . 31....0 132..5 510....650 1............600 1........350 1..10 (D) 22...800 900 1.....787 38.756 114...60 18.0 177............90 13...0 95.750 SD .......0 11.........570 18..200 1..200 MN ...............800 CO ..0 45..0 35...317.70 7.00 24......3 95...200 1...951..... 452..642 204...000 TX ....606 6....460 197.... KS .3 1..554 1..0 47... 76..0 140....... MN .. 129...438 1.167 1..80 27.180 772.70 16.300 51.......000 dollars 31.563 1.0 19.580 1.....456 1.750 616.... 2009 2010 1 2009 2010 1 2009 2010 1 1.........10 19..........000 acres 1...000 254... Type and State 2009 1. 51. 2.738 10.060 116.506 1................500 17..5 87..5 48.....60 20......0 33...0 3....... 2 Other States include State estimates not listed and States suppressed due to disclosure.0 59...........40 9.460 Production Marketing year average price per cwt.275 99.980 17....586 (D) 22. 1...540 1.0 37.90 18.... OK .5 68...........510 21...8 1.... to avoid disclosing data for individual operations..0 7........50 15.....875 3..0 88...155...........80 16....150 1.527 12..0 20........0 29. 1...70 24..—Sunflower: Area...........0 1..400 1..10 19...... 245..0 30. 25.677 11.350 .779 358 38.....300 1.400 1..331 6.0 34.....0 31..030....0 139..0 105.050 124......074.0 43....500 167....200 MN .0 127...0 410...0 185. 918..10 24...0 55. US .700 1.....156 (D) 32....10 30......424 1....000 33......5 41.. ....250 1. CO ........300 KS .191 1.832 40. AND OILS Table 3-52.........5 8...0 66..0 2.....805 162..750 95..608 21....30 30.....458 8.....655 34.101 28.230 (D) 24.20 25.....600 NE ..5 1..0 770...0 50....500 1. (X)-Not applicable.....300 66....871 9....60 17......0 12...........0 488...500 1....000 OK .60 18..........253 458...0 150... 24....160 40..000 dollars 1..0 108.....874 15........... 61..450 21. .......700 ND .450 43...883 2.........40 14...350 1.... 2..653.... 3..229 1.........0 59.... (202) 720–2127. 31.... SD .30 21. Total: CA ...AG8 USDA .... TX .0 15.70 12......425 7.111 15...0 25........100 1.40 20.0 16.....0 760.0 332. OK . 122......400 TX .200 144..350 1........468 582.......0 27.........400 TX .

.......... 970 791 758 1............... Russia ......................... Kazakhstan .. Pakistan ..........057 FAS.. India ............900 6...AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 III–25 Table 3-53....... China .............009 United States ..300 1....000 636 500 4......377 1.................. Office of Global Analysis...553 1..............600 398 460 4..896 1..760 1..........810 964 3...............................816 Argentina .976 1........386 31......712 800 1.714 1..400 723 450 5.... (202) 720-6301....080 22....000 186 685 7..289 21.000 metric tons 2...............—Sunflower: Area and production in specified countries.350 830 1......... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00025 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR03\III-25..............655 950 3.......676 22.............. EU-27 ........... 1...790 7............905 820 368 685 6................249 30...100 450 5.................600 1.........000 metric tons 3.000 hectares 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 1..........125 1............................526 1..............696 29..802 500 450 685 5........................550 645 485 4...........956 6........................... 23...........489 Total Foreign ........... 22..............................................................................000 2...................................................................... Ukraine ...................000 hectares 1.............930 29.........904 1. Turkey ......... Others ............. VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:41 Mar 01....... 2008/2009–2010/2011 Area Country Production 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 1........193 1...... Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production..........554 31........488 959 3................312 33.......425 490 800 6...706 21.....000 6........................... supply...........350 801 830 7...440 1......500 1....................364 1.. South Africa .....................681 1...530 580 450 6..769 1..................000 metric tons 2............ and distribution statistics from foreign governments.......................241 Total ...............000 hectares 1...........AG8 USDA .........

90 25.90 20.......553 1 Preliminary..118 129.......645 18...046 Spearmint: ID ..........000 pounds Peppermint: CA 2 .....235 428 1...AG8 USDA . (202) 720–2127.........000 dollars 1....296 27.565 36.............560 84... 2008 ..... 2012 2 Estimates Jkt 000000 PO 00000 NA-Not available.... United States.....50 16..... IN ...........70 17.....055 675 26 14. MI ....90 14....3 Production Pounds Price per pound 1......158 638 30 144 86 104 266 2... 2008 ... 2006 ......8 15........80 18...........798 2....521 17........5 18..445 1.... NASS.00 17.236 6...352 4.90 2. Table 3-56....000 acres 79.. Scotch .......730 1.. 2007 .......379 6...00 20.....778 1...40 19.20 15.399 2...... WA .. Yield per harvested acre 1... 2001–2010 Area harvested Year 2001 .. began in 2009...230 23......—Mint oil: Production and value..399 2............996 7. 2006 ..... 2........... WI .088 13.700 19....50 19.......8 16....597 37.. 162 81 90 240 1......499 6......105 5.450 128....................60 28......450 128.....570 519 2.... 2010 1 ....860 82... 2002 ..046 1 Preliminary...........605 15....038 2.....80 19..630 432 36 1.960 5. MI . yield.....90 16.29 9.....044 31.....911 76.—Peppermint oil: Area.90 12..................20 Dollars 2009 Dollars 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 Dollars 1.....20 Value of production 1..6 60.............118 129..931 11.......495 35.000 dollars 22.708 17..689 2...20 12...796 1....70 11.. OR ..904 3......350 3........11 9.0 77.........052 2.......5 18. NASS...........400 293 36 1...776 US .. Yield per harvested acre 1.7 63....00 20..............90 12.000 946 39... Crops Branch..30 15..765 44.......698 2......261 1...839 1..80 13......318 105 109 113 116 108 110 126 118 132 125 Dollars 9..... (202) 720–2127.......020 32.00 18... 2009 ........ by State and United States.. production.......... WI ........114 89...............418 28. WA Total .5 78.00 17.. 5..980 7.421 85..000 pounds 1..553 1 Preliminary.097 7.... 2009 ......0 69....000 dollars 18...4 20.... yield....09 9..90 18....... FATS....62 10.10 17......806 1.00 15. NA 1.00 16..318 14....088 3. and value......7 76...224 3......90 11...... 2002 ...363 82 89 88 92 92 91 89 92 91 89 Dollars 10.......379 6........000 pounds 2....744 15.....4 78......10 20......90 20...... 2003 .....000 pounds 1..088 29.... 2004 .....50 19..000 dollars 70... Table 3-55....... AND OILS Table 3-54..80 14...50 16. VerDate Aug 31 2005 2008 13:41 Mar 01.... Crops Branch (202)............765 44...8 71....00 11......323 21. 2007 .672 1....60 15.010 1..... Frm 00026 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR03\III-26.318 752 28 115 140 112 195 1.......III–26 OILSEEDS.60 15.437 11.......... 2008–2010 Production Price per pound Value of production State 2008 2009 2010 1 1..920 178 360 1...—Spearmint oil: Area......698 2. 720–2127...5 79. United States.4 15.... IN ..6 Production Pounds Price per pound 1.70 15.......550 600 43 1.......866 87. production....... and value...008 26..813 491 US .00 15.............30 87...743 1.......60 14......30 15.... NASS......760 203 NA 16...60 NA 22....... OR ............10 25..60 16..218 86.......70 13......231 1....324 1.....363 15...576 26..... 2005 .60 16......000 pounds 6......512 6....50 18............80 15......... 2010 1 .......00 14... 2005 .381 1........613 7.5 19.............794 2.. Native .... Crops Branch.931 184 315 1.60 17............636 5.493 2..30 12..892 1..146 648 37......80 18.....30 Value of production 1..................70 16.138 9...90 16..000 dollars 1.... 2001–2010 Area harvested Year 2001 .. 2004 ....20 35..788 34............070 1............90 16. ID ...10 20...40 19...543 33.8 20........7 18.597 37........499 6........00 14.............00 16...00 22... 2003 .......90 14...000 acres 19.....958 6.308 16......

... 2005 ................420 1... Totals computed from unrounded numbers....547 1... 2006 .......................... Israel ..... Jan......................110 9 20 12 15 92 142 180 140 27 2.....6 5.....951 1..... Lebanon .... supply...........048 3............078 1.603 1................000 metric tons 1.AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 III–27 Table 3-57.. Field Crops Branch......... Libya .. 2000–2009 Vegetable oils Year Animal fats1 Soybean oil 2000 ............ 62 2....207 1......... Totals and per capita estimates computed from unrounded numbers...........................................398 1.............. Turkey .............195 .. (202) 694–5300..009 United States ........... coconut..........S................... .............454 1................... 2.268 1. .......... United States.....AG8 USDA . Disposition Domestic disappearance Stocks..........394 1......782 3.. Office of Global Analysis............................ Department of Commerce........ NA-not available......................... ......................567 1..239 1.... EU-27 .............. Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production..483 1..........550 1............. 2008/2009–2010/2011 Country 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 1............... 2004 .013 FAS.994 1........6 4.391 1..... United States...............................................453 2....298 1............300 1.................465 1.... Table 3-59..... Field Crops Branch............. 2003 .900 1.................554 1.290 9 20 12 15 120 210 110 175 Total foreign ..........................262 896 1...... ...212 1.... Tunisia ..............7 ERS......... and distribution statistics from foreign governments.......................................254 Million pounds 42 69 34 30 24 17 18 52 55 46 Total 31 31 28 29 33 43 42 41 43 50 Million pounds 2.............—Olive oil: World Production in Specified Countries..............................483 1...............3 4....323 1......207 1..................390 4 28 9 15 100 165 150 157 48 2.....................012 1.. 2001 ......... ..............544 1.. VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:41 Mar 01.................. 2..... 2000–2009 Supply Year Production 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Million pounds 2.................... . ...... 2002 ....................387 1................................................152 Per capita Pounds 8............ .......................... and sunflower oil.000 metric tons Algeria .. Compiled from reports of the U.....784 3... (202) 720-6301.... palm... Table 3-58..—Margarine: Selected reported fats and oils used in manufacture... 2007 .....596 1.. 1 Total supply Exports Million pounds Million pounds 2.... 3 Preliminary ERS...............................353 2.......... (202) 694–5300.... Million pounds 1.1 6....302 1.................................... Jordan ....................... actual weight: Supply and disposition......................3 7.........................033 956 921 842 1 Lard and edible tallow......................................... ............... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00027 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR03\III-27..000 metric tons 1.. 2 3 4 Total .. Syria .....138 1........ 2009 3 ...........1 4...—Margarine..........045 3............3 3..........3 5.....................227 848 961 902 NA NA Cottonseed oil Corn oil Million pounds Million pounds NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA Million pounds 56 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 12 6 7 16 6 3 NA NA NA NA Total 2 Million pounds 1.................................................................... 2008 .389 1..6 4..... 2 Includes small quantities of nuts..... Morocco .........................................................894 1......

.....4 16.................. 2003 ...566 8.639 5.234 8.870 6.908 8... 2001 .6 33.........2 17....934 8.. 2007 .. United States.. FATS... ...... . Jan.593 9...086 2... 2 Not included to avoid disclosure...2 18..855 7..2 1 Includes imports..........762 6.....938 7........549 9...... (202) 694–5300...... ERS...742 1....750 1..836 9...107 86 129 151 140 122 127 133 153 153 145 Exports and shipments Million pounds 6.607 9.......... 2000–2009 Supply Year 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 ... per pound Cents 10.. 1 Million pounds 405 331 316 242 188 271 296 282 338 289 Production Total 1 Exports Total Million pounds 6... VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:41 Mar 01.728 7..........326 6.762 9.346 1...III–28 OILSEEDS.3 32...... Table 3-62...864 3...—Shortening: Supply and disposition.. .......503 4....616 1....628 6...405 9......170 3...252 Total Million pounds 69 83 89 91 90 78 90 119 143 168 Million pounds 6......127 1 Includes small quantities of corn...... and sunflower oil....842 Price of inedible tallow No... ....0 32.9 21..........680 9................482 9............S...544 6..... .677 6..... Compiled from reports of the U....—Inedible tallow and grease: Supply and disposition...671 8.. ...915 4..........756 2......405 2..644 7...........733 5...271 4.1 16........... AND OILS Table 3-60......287 5..931 6.........748 6............. Cottonseed oil Million pounds 188 185 195 167 166 213 162 166 (2) 90 Soybean oil Million pounds 7...................792 5.... ERS. 2009 3 .607 2...799 6..... (202) 694–5300....622 9........512 6..825 2......... 3 Preliminary.370 6..220 3.610 5..............................624 1... . 1 at Chicago.838 3........131 3.576 8. ..........558 6.........434 6.—Shortening: Fats and oils used in manufacture....5 34.. (202) 694–5300. and price per pound at Chicago........225 5........2 18....030 3.........458 5........ Field Crops Branch...972 6..521 5.. . Total supply Production Million pounds 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Disposition Million pounds 6. ....304 7... 2005 .......5 13. 2 Not included to avoid disclosure.7 25.. Field Crops Branch...........................832 6.794 8.......338 5...AG8 USDA ..0 ERS..............2 24..895 Animal fats Coconut oil Palm oil Million pounds Million pounds Edible tallow Lard Million pounds (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2 ) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) Million pounds 283 (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) Total primary and secondary fats and oils 1 Million pounds 9.. ... Market and Trade Economics Division............................314 2...577 6... ... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00028 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR03\III-28.220 Million pounds 6.......... 2000–2009 Supply Factory and warehouse stocks......... 1 Year Domestic disappearance ...... Field Crops Branch..... ...... 2000–2009 Vegetable oils Year 2000 ...3 25. .... Table 3-61....2 11.420 9..................636 2. .605 Million pounds 2..237 8.....8 32.....351 6...918 7..486 3.0 18. ..887 6............ 2004 .187 2...........547 Million pounds 1..315 9.... ....430 1....... United States.......6 29.. 2002 ...573 1.....023 9.. Department of Commerce..... 2006 . 2008 .107 1....534 6................. safflower........ ..... Compiled from reports of the Commerce and Agriculture Departments..602 1...685 9..906 Per capita Pounds 23...... peanut.806 1...462 6.549 9...........445 3....685 9...618 6...643 Use in soap Use in feed Million pounds (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) Million pounds 2..245 6.918 3..... Market and Trade Economics Division. Market and Trade Economics Division........ Totals computed from unrounded numbers... United States. Disposition Factory consumption Stocks Jan...

578 Per capita Pounds 1. VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:41 Mar 01.—Fats and oils: Use in products for civilian consumption..9 85.4 1.3 7..1 7.6 0.......160 889 896 212 Lbs 4..9 Industrial products Calendar year Paint and varnish Per capita Total 2000 .AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 III–29 Table 3-63..3 1.6 4.315 9..674 23.522 10..5 1......421 25. 2008 .1 1......8 3.062 2.181 Other inedible products Pounds 9.0 Salad and cooking oils Total Per capita Million lbs 9....6 50.2 51.7 35.5 8... 2009 3 ...5 7. 2009 3 ..6 39..1 22.. 2004 .374 2.7 8.602 2.9 0.6 33.5 1.777 direct use Per capita Pounds 21.178 2.....302 1.0 1..4 0.696 2...6 7.5 0...956 10...... 2007 .... Field Crops Branch.272 1.7 1...4 4.9 Industrial products Calendar year Per capita Total 2000 .5 0.034 3...644 7.4 1..9 10..3 Total Million pounds 153 141 138 141 161 157 164 179 173 161 Per capita Pounds 0.389 1.2 All food products (fat content) Other edible use Total Per capita Million lbs 429 408 402 386 436 480 642 507 503 509 Lbs 1. 2007 . 2007 .8 0.873 8........ 2005 ..3 9..5 1.8 0.....670 2..7 40.528 Lbs 4.....5 1.125 869 974 1..3 0...731 Lbs 33.... Market and Trade Economics Division. 2009 3 ..1 Total Million pounds 426 476 489 445 452 498 2........223 3..159 16.683 11.6 85...7 41....6 1.7 1...6 1.....2 30..9 0.0 3.8 0...4 0...430 11.711 2.4 3.2 9..8 23..5 0.636 26.7 Total Million lbs 20...1 8..6 5.1 10.482 9. (202) 694–5300...0 18..6 4.3 14.351 1.5 0. 2006 ..751 2.412 4.9 21. 2002 . 2003 .4 0. Resin and plastics Million pounds 114 99 111 109 91 104 103 86 101 95 Pounds 0.108 2...375 25. 2006 ..954 6...4 4. 2007 ..8 4.1 1.. 2005 ..0 42.3 5.387 1..5 1.8 1.549 9. total and per capita......353 2.338 5.963 3....0 5.3 32.651 2.. 2006 ...889 1.3 0.0 14. Per capita Million lbs 6.. 2008 ..6 0...949 Per capita Lbs 73. 2004 .4 Per capita Total Million pounds 2.535 1..1 10.403 6..5 1.344 6....9 7..302 1.276 Animal feeds Per capita Pounds 7.. 2003 .0 6....0 0. 2009 3 . 2004 ...012 1..6 1.0 21..3 0....4 1..009 23....3 1....8 Total Million pounds 2....071 6..1 4... 2000–2009 Food products 1 Calendar year Butter (actual weight) Total 2000 ...060 2.... 2003 ...3 4..5 0..7 7.504 4.6 84..207 1.....5 10. ERS....152 Per capita Lbs 8..7 4.. 2006 .AG8 USDA . 2002 .576 8... 2005 ..5 Lubricants and similar oil Per capita Total Million pounds 129 119 112 110 112 364 390 275 300 227 Pounds 0.8 32..658 13..3 86.0 35.235 2.7 8.9 8. 2003 .5 4.. Per capita Million lbs 1.....3 0......519 15.....9 0. 2005 ..5 0..9 87.163 1..........2 7.3 0.682 25.116 1..5 Total Per capita Million lbs 1...0 0...322 15.7 1 Domestic disappearance data are computed by ERS. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00029 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 tallow Total Use 1 Total Million pounds 5.4 0.4 0..2 21.....7 8.5 4..3 77.295 25.6 29.5 1.637 2. 3 Preliminary.6 2.5 0..2 83..0 Lard (direct use) 2 Total Tallow (direct food use) Per capita Million lbs 221 325 370 369 220 460 499 487 317 448 Lbs 0.8 beginning in H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR03\III-29.3 0.549 1.265 1.266 1.495 4.3 9.769 12... 2008 .527 2.. 2001 4 . 2001 .311 25.3 0.324 1...7 44. Fatty acids Soap Million pounds 423 366 374 304 250 257 243 238 234 259 Pounds 1..7 1.8 84..7 5.404 25..7 Margarine (actual weight) Total Million lbs 2.724 12.2 1. 2004 ...095 6.5 4.3 1.2 40.....607 9.. 2008 ... 2001 .. 4 ERS estimates.7 1.1 21.......0 3.554 1.0 3... 2002 4 .2 54... 2001 .5 0.434 6.3 3..108 1...408 1.9 2....4 0.........2 31.....0 87........432 1....271 2... 2 Includes edible 1979....7 Food products 1 Calendar year Baking and frying fats (shortening) Total 2000 4 .569 9......6 4...4 0....144 11...3 1. 2002 ..0 32...906 Lbs 23.9 1.1 16.0 21.. United States.9 2.2 24.232 6.

21 69... VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:41 Mar 01.88 18....68 39.. edible.b.—Fats and oils: Wholesale price per pound..47 75.. raw...79 32...... Market and Trade Economics Division.42 64.. tanks...... Decatur ...b. FATS. 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Cents 47.......27 41. Tallow...44 28.06 Cents 55...65 34..53 NA 49..... f.....10 25....56 43....... Decatur . Minneapolis .......14 98...... Canola oil..... Minneapolis . tanks... refined . Corn oil...AG8 USDA ..00 28. f......43 30........57 34.o....50 24..42 30.S... tanks.. crude...III–30 OILSEEDS... Safflower oil.. Soybean oil. 1....33 Cents 43..44 44..o... crude.... number delivered Chicago .... Brazilian....99 44.73 72......45 NA 34...42 Cents 48.. Sunflower oil.... Valley ... Compiled from the Chemical Marketing Reporter... tank cars..73 32..56 84.....76 89... Linseed oil... and the U.28 NA 33.. the Wall Street Journal.71 29.. ERS. f... tank cars.76 48....77 58. NA-Not applicable.....65 30..05 27....09 33.... New York .S.....52 135.... f.87 48.53 55...03 Cents 68..... 2004–2009 1 Item and market Castor oil........b. Department of Labor.11 29.... f....69 33....b...74 85. tank cars.01 86... Midwest ...... New York Coconut oil... tank cars...o. imported.50 19. (202) 694–5300....b... imported.. drums.06 28...66 28.....06 143.15 34.98 38..72 Cents 74...... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00030 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR03\III-30..o.61 72.....08 38.......... ports. crude...13 19.84 64.. crude...67 37..80 1 All prices are calendar year basis......10 68..... New York .15 22.88 40....... Cottonseed oil..69 63..o...55 29...50 34. Tung oil.......... Palm oil. Field Crops Branch...... AND OILS Table 3-64.....12 27......01 49.....89 41.....23 43........94 45.......74 92. U. crude...... New York .09 61. No..... the National Provisioner...

and 2001 and 2002 lack comparability with data from other years because of program changes altering the crops included. the crop estimate has been placed in the seasonal group where the largest portion is harvested. 2000 and 2001. pumpkins. For fresh market vegetables and melons. value per unit and total value are at processing plant door.usda. September Spring: April. March Summer: July. the estimates of area. and radishes were discontinued. the estimates of area.htm. Seasonal Groups and Marketing Period Prospective Area For Harvest Winter: January. In some cases. December Annual Acreage. States were removed from the program for certain commodities.AG8 USDA . production. separately. commercial vegetables for fresh market include 24 principal vegetable and melon crops in the major producing States. okra. broccoli. beets for canning. Potato statistics are shown on a within-year seasonal grouping of winter.b. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00001 Fmt 1001 Sfmt 1001 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-01. collard greens. IV–1 VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29. chili peppers. mustard greens. okra. summer. In 2002. kale. This production and the actual area harvested are not duplicated in the fresh market estimates for the same commodities. and farm disposition pertain to the total crop and include quantities produced both for sale and for use on farms where grown. Additionally. The bulk of the production of the principal vegetable and melon crops is for consumption in the fresh state. The production of those vegetables used for processing for which regular processing estimates are not made is included in the fresh market estimates. Aggregate data for the years 2000. and Value The seasonal patterns of harvest do not correspond precisely in all States to the estimating period or periods designated. value per unit and total value are on a f. escarole/endive. except dehydrators. These estimates relate to crops which are grown primarily for sale. For potatoes and sweet potatoes. In 2000. Production. In 2002. radishes. production. June Fall: October. Because of the small volume from this earlier or later period. November. and squash. sweet potatoes. Brussels sprouts. Yield. August.gov/nass/events/programchg/vegprogchgs. These estimates include raw products grown by processors themselves and those grown under contract or purchased on the open market. February. eggplant. and separate estimates of commercial processing are not made for these crops. spring. quantities used by processors of artichokes. mustard greens. May. The commercial estimates of the principal crops include local market production from areas near consuming centers as well as production from well recognized commercial areas which specialize in producing supplies for shipment to distant markets. and they do not include vegetables and melons produced in farm and nonfarm gardens. and cauliflower. combined with fresh market production during the year. freezers. and fall crops.o. For processed vegetables. and other processors. celery. chile peppers.CHAPTER IV STATISTICS OF VEGETABLES AND MELONS This chapter contains statistics on potatoes. by States. estimates for fresh market lima beans. estimates were added for collard greens. cabbage for kraut. value. For processing vegetables. Some States have production in more than one seasonal group. only one seasonal group is shown for a State. and squash are included. However. but marketing may be active in earlier or later months. The processed segment of production for asparagus. bell peppers. basis. turnip greens. pumpkins. onions. turnip greens. is published at the end of the season. and value for each of 10 crops relate to production used by commercial canners. For details on the 2002 program changes see the following website: http:/www. kale. garlic. and commercial vegetables and melons.

For processing vegetables......763 9.. ...... .... honeydew melons... ......520 1...110 1...033 11.. . garlic.....271 2..... production.110 1.. United States...349 1........589 1......638..... and tomatoes... leaf lettuce. asparagus..717..252...190 19.. ..........027 1....264..690 15.......573 481..853 1.....020........662...... onions...150.866.....553.226.339.583 1.930......674 460.... NASS......... Crops Branch.950 17......333.......... .288....551............. spinach...540 15. ....334.. including any partially harvested or notharvested because of low prices or other economic factors. ..829...... snap beans.....567..685 Value 5 Year For fresh market 2 For processing 3 1.235 460. spinach....902..000 dollars 8..812 459.......220 1...533.360 1..160 1...... 2....... ..... Tons 469..583 9.... cabbage........100 Production 4 Year For fresh market 2 For processing 3 1.........877..800 1.134 434. . .........410 17......266. commercial: Area. ... .... and farm value of the following crops for which regular seasonal estimates are prepared in major producing States: Artichokes... and value of principal crops.141..700...544 1..696.074........350 1..998 1....460 1..047. tomatoes.. ..950 17..290 1......... ... and farm value of the following 8 crops in all States: Lima beans.543 462..770 1.904....343...249..211 10....938.....698...784..............416.976 464.429 1 Area for fresh market is area for harvest.541 14.. 1... Area for processing is area harvested... celery.. ............... production.421 446...350 15........370 17..289 1......750 1...299 9.. .840 1......330. ........708.IV–2 STATISTICS OF VEGETABLES AND MELONS Table 4-1.. .......... .......................333... cantaloups....420 1.284..... green peas.AG8 USDA ......326 9...... cauliflower..... 2 Area..... green peppers. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00002 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-02...391..253.......664 441.. snap beans.... head lettuce.......... (202) 720–2127...... .. cucumbers....149. carrots............ romaine lettuce.... 4 Production for fresh market excludes some quantities not marketed because of low prices or other economic factors.. cucumbers (pickles)...000 dollars 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 .....609....343 1...... production.....799........ .. broccoli.....783 10.... . sweet corn...320 1.......893 10............. 2001-2010 Area 1 Year For fresh market 2 For processing 3 Acres 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Acres ..... and watermelons.... ..... ......230 1... . Production of other vegetables processed included in fresh market series of estimates.......... .680 17..... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29...650 1.910................170 1......000 Cwt 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 .655.—Vegetables........858......153...988. carrots... value at processing plant door....825 10.151... 5 Value for all fresh market vegetables..255...310 1....................... 3 Area... sweet corn.

..900 272....600 55.000 2.....500 5.930 1..... AR.900 14................... and SC.......... ..300 64.500 31... 6 Estimates for TN discontinued in 2009.370 115.......... NV .. 8..........800 .320 1... .... ID ..500 1.......200 ..... 2..600 39.......... TN 6 .600 2...... DE .... 10..AL.. snap beans....600 1........ 2 Area of the following crops for which regular seasonal estimates are prepared in major producing States: Artichokes.......... 7 Processing.....610 3.....300 800 13......800 .....300 2...... MA... sweet corn...000 . 57.....200 53................................... IN.......700................ .... ...170 5...........500 8..630 ............. romaine lettuce.....AG8 USDA ..... spinach................................000 211.....400 738.500 28.. .........000 107...700 67.......500 40...900 17....... IN.............................770 15.500 .000 .. onions........ MN.................................810 ....... Chile pepper...............700 24............... IA..... garlic.690 107........600 22... .....150 ....600 120. 31............ ID..........300 24.. 4 Includes Lima beans.300 700 13........700 2..........................200 . MA ..900 9.200 1......... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29....... NJ . ..... 1...... VA ........ 62...... and SC..... green peas.....800 1............280 179. IL .......... ME . head lettuce. Acres 5.................... by State and United States.....600 16.... 53...... . IN .............. NM .310 ... NY ............400 739....600 .... green peppers............. 50......................... PA... 19. 10.......... .....000 26..... NC ...000 12.......... ........ PA ...900 1...... CT ......717. 2..................... 3 Preliminary. GA .....400 3......000 ..............800 59.... 4...... Acres 5.................... 5 Missing data included in Other States to avoid disclosure of individual operations.... ID.......... MI..800 .600 19......980 .000 15.......200 11............ .. sweet corn..........000 183.. ....... ... IA................ tomatoes.........................500 107..600 3..... 204...... asparagus............ 51.... IN.......000 17.. NASS.........600 13..500 3.......... spinach...........900 11. AZ ........... and SC............ ... OK . 2008–2010 1 For fresh market 2 For processing 4 State 2008 2009 2010 3 2008 2009 2010 3 AL ...... cucumbers............769 Acres ........................ TX ......800 .....000 .............. NC. MS .. FL................250 . WA . cantaloups.................. MN 5 ... Oth Sts 7 ........ (202) 720–2127.......................226... 4...... 2...... 7.....800 ............................ AR.................. celery...........349 1........ PA....900 6....100 223.......000 ....000 ..... MA........ and watermelons........790 ....................400 25...800 19. 5.....................600 28..030 ................ 4................. NC..... leaf lettuce................. cucumbers (pickles)............ 2008 ............. cauliflower........................... .850 25.. ... ..630 5.... and tomatoes........ 5...900 6............149......... . 14.... MA............ VT . .... FL.......... cabbage.. broccoli. carrots......... NC............. MD ........ 9.. MO ............200 .....300 113.500 1........110 1.............400 52... UT ........600 24..........................300 ..600 ...... 41...... AR.........800 22................... OH .....000 15.... 304.......................600 .....500 3..800 176..........800 10..900 30............ 58....500 750 13... FL....100 1............ 2009 AL......... ... 29.................. carrots.. 186.......264..............................950 117...............550 1. 15...610 Acres ....... FL .. RI .... PA..990 4. ............ 17......240 1.200 3. . 4.....800 42.............................200 3. ......... IA. 2010 ..000 23..AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 IV–3 Table 4-2........ CA ..600 ......... honeydew melons.600 14....400 25.......260 39.....810 US ...... 335....400 .......800 ............. 1.........580 4............. 298........ CO ......... commercial: Area of principal crops..........100 41....................500 45.........000 22.........600 .800 1.700 54. snap beans........AL.... WI . MI 5 . OR ..500 29...... Crops Branch...000 15.940 ............800 2..250 .. .. NH .......500 ....840 5...800 10............ ID.100 1 Area for fresh market and for processing is area harvested..............800 .......... AR ......000 .. 960 130........ 2........200 .300 757...—Vegetables.............300 .....300 ....708... 35..................200 55....100 .100 .......................................... SC ......110 1....... 16.....600 8.. Other vegetables processed (dual purpose) included in fresh market series of estimates.......... 4............300 1............. .. 30.. Acres .....360 1.. 37.......600 .......100 222.... .....100 119............600 16............. 49........700 65...400 112..000 12.. ..... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00003 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-03.........................800 25... .. .............................. 8....... Acres 5...............................200 4.....500 10........100 110.........

..... sweet corn.135 12....................... 19.... PA................... 20......... ......500 ....... PA...............602 344 214..... 20...... romaine lettuce......AG8 USDA .250 . garlic.............900 .970 ... OH ..... FL...........422 21.................... AR................... IL ............................................000 Cwt 893 31...............937 99 1.............175..810 ........ ME ............ ............. tomatoes..........243. 179. green peas. celery............607 525 212...... 1...... 450 1... carrots........010 4........290 ...... ................ NC............... RI .... AR... 10...........910 ............. 388............................127 5..082 698 45 2.....075.........710 .. and SC. IA......... NC. ................873 3....... Oth Sts 6 ..396 ......651 ..928 6. 82..183...... commercial: Production of principal crops....................................... IA................ 88. cauliflower....892 22...................783 3............... green peppers...................... AZ ..727 6.....410 ..............................072 2...........620 1...922 1.... IN.................IV–4 STATISTICS OF VEGETABLES AND MELONS Table 4-3.. cucumbers........ ...680 ........—Vegetables...390 ......790 .......239 360 15........ 413. TN 5 .... ID.................... 157.. .............. onions..663.....711 49 3.................... ID. PA.630 1.........260 . 12...120 390 8.... ......509..828 332 1...350 Tons .......... MI 4 ...... .. IN . spinach.......311 210 1. 159... WI ..... squash..096 2..541 17.............. ...120 144......504 45 2.......199 306 9....... 329. sweet corn....... ......... 1.......330 . 241......... Crops Branch..030 .....840 4...479...... 94. 12........................ spinach........................000 Cwt 912 31..........450 816 50 1..... 2009 ........... VA ..937 7...460 . 334 858 2.............610 19.......670 871....358 41..........060 .................. 220. 22...... .... 973...................................920 ........... and SC...........159 2....... 208............. MA . IN. ID ..969 4.... 5 Estimates for TN discontinued in 2009............192 5. and SC... NH .340 ........... by State and United States....200 ....630 90 1.550 Tons ....... 153............ 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00004 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-04. 19....... 54...886 2.........910 1.230 22........... .. AR..350 ..675 77 3.....262 15.. ....... MS ...... PA .... 2010 . FL.... 81... snap beans..599 416 8.... IA.......... and watermelons..................458 1.......... CA .840 . Chile peppers.074 17.............. MA.. . 3............101.480...............072 128 4..............................882 3........ Other vegetables processed (dual purpose) included in fresh market series of estimates..720 ..... 244......134 434.....100 ...........870 1................ Tons ........ leaf lettuce.120 1..... cabbage... 2008–2010 For fresh market 1 For processing 2 State 2008 2009 2010 3 2008 2009 2010 3 AL .....710 1...................AL.........370 . CO ........ AR ....157 6...........000 Cwt 863 33........... 132....................... ...AL........ MN 4 .......951 6.512 4......... ..... .............. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29.... 3 Preliminary...... ID... (202) 720–2127. cucumbers (pickles)...560 12......... .......... snap beans.189 7... .440 1..... 107....... ..... 9...............700 773 50 1........ NY .643 40..........................AL......... 2 Includes Lima beans....606...... OR ....... 13................................ 85. 6 2008 ..080 615 218........... MN.... FL ............ NC.......................................664 441...910 1....884 5..562 .. head lettuce.587 ...... 3............... UT ....... 18.514 6.......... ............. ... MA....220 .. ..618 1... 27........... ... .660 .......440 .772 3. 345... NV ......906 5....................668 333 14.......718 108 1...............220 .. 446. TX .....................................501.620 .......013 6.. asparagus........................ OK ...... ....... FL................230 68 2... .... 1................910 273 1... 30. SC ... ........................ NM .......... GA .....940 ..................... 1.........728 4.......580 902......... NC ...530 17..671 6.......093.......... ....677 13......... 24...140 ..........601 17.892 14..080 ........................................ broccoli..... MO ............................ DE .............537 77 3... WA ........027........................430 1 Production of the following crops for which regular seasonal estimates are prepared in major producing States: Artichokes....... cantaloups.... NASS...060 US ...910 ............380 961.................720 ...... IN.600 . honeydew melons.......... 4 Missing data included in Other States to avoid disclosure of individual operations.....990 15. 442 675 2...........580 ........ CT ..871 13......... VT .. and tomatoes.. MA...932 550 14.. MI..........345 34... NJ ......750 . 195... MD ........................... carrots...........

.578 17....... ...170 171....... sweet corn...... MA.............251 1..291 ..............703 ..................647 766........... FL . DE .... FL...248 7.......450 67......... ID. green peas.....603 127.421 114.103 ..............101....530 ...624 17.... 6.......... 69............ 27...621 .882 27.....576 69.....818 .361 ......448 4.................730 5.... RI .. carrots................. 6..037 ...............AL..269 301........ MO ..866.395 117.037 123................. ..950 4. 164...725 8................893 10..... 1.158 6.............200 ......080 1 Value of the following crops for which regular seasonal estimates are prepared in major producing States: Artichokes............. 5...808 123...500 144............... PA. AR....477 2............AL.......289 1.. .............. IA..644 33..........800 49....240 ..........111 29..799 97...637 73. IL ..................000 dollars 17.. UT ...106 26..537.720 ...............200...108 4.................. MA ...013 4......... 1.. carrots.801 477... .... MD ..........550 174......... PA..451 38.264. .... snap beans........ VA .. leaf lettuce.......731 340.711 ..................467 102......... .530 337.......669... ............ GA ....... NC.. snap beans..................... ......................000 dollars .... 60.464 .............827 ........ ........... 4 Missing ach.....991 78... 5 Estimates for TN discontinued in 2009....... 4...................................167 8..... 4..816 51...704 2..984 31......... IA.......543 132...................... .......546 .800 66... 3.... ... asparagus..831 384....... ....738 1. and SC...736 198.. ..... ..516 63.............. cucumbers (pickles)...........426 ... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00005 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-05....... 8... 5....... .......377 2.. 9.... NC......434 55.................. 25.000 dollars ......................176 129.964 188.. 122.......863 ........022 ..205 53.. by State and United States.......460 .AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 IV–5 Table 4-4.....131 85.... 981................ 19... garlic......659 10............ .................. ID............ AR......754 128...... MS .......022 287.... ..........151......... NV ... 15.... . ...430 74.804 41..624 ..... and SC. NASS............... Oth Sts 6 .413 456. 33.................... 19.921 529....... MN. . ... 1.. sweet corn........ WA .... .............. 4.........................384............249 10.247 13...........805 4..540 ............ and water2 Preliminary..... Crops Branch...........252 124.......700 ........ MN 4 .......... ...... (202) 720–2127.. 4. green peppers.000 dollars 18..... CO .............. ...........................707 ...064 ..........230 28........ NH ...................................971 179.697 122.......055 68... 23............ NJ .........692 . ..... and SC. spinach.... 3 Includes Lima beans................ ..... 46................. ID................991 57...806 152....... ... romaine lettuce... CA ......813 61....... ID ...277 ...... AZ ......330 4.033 11. 3....................658 1.....................414 .. 2009 . NY . data included in Other States to avoid disclosure of individual operations....776 .009 3............400 20.800 64............916 901.......158 171.......267 .....911 2.....101 16... OK ....... OH ................. OR .. 13.852 157............................ 4..............156 729......752 ..................... MI................158 89.......244 5........... honeydew melons... 62...784 5.......791 91......920 21......497. IA.......000 dollars ...... CT ................898....... 17........ cantaloups.. onions.........620 80................885 ...........................296 185.... 29......000 dollars 19..—Vegetables... NM ........AL... head lettuce........ IN.. 2010 ......................620 26. commercial: Value of principal crops.... tomatoes................................. celery..643 38.......... 12..567 ....017 ... 10.921 US ....593 261.... 1.. SC .....109 134...... 6 2008 ............... IN..736 ....532 . TX ... 1....... 4......321 193....... AR....................720 361...... ...................... spinmelons. MI 4 ........................889 ............... 47. 47.219 .. 935............. NC . 61........... WI ...........186 11.958 32....851 25......425 .... Chile peppers.....864 2................888 169........... IN ...........................177 13.........................880 207.......083 61... FL.................AG8 USDA ....466 111.906 1....... FL.....797 ............374.. cucumbers.......... Other vegetables processed (dual purpose) included in fresh market series of estimates..990 .922 1............ ................. PA.712 5.. and tomatoes.... 2008–2010 For fresh market 1 For processing 3 State 2008 2009 2010 2 2008 2009 2010 2 AL .... 19.850 5...... 1......... MA.............................. VT .. cauliflower.. PA ....610 1.....................616... TN 5 .. 22........407 6......995 49............... 1.. 1...... ME ..178 87... MA..........528 123............................ AR ...... broccoli...330.... IN.....013 8.......004 183...965 553...668 1......607 ...905 4.... NC. cabbage.....147 . VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29.984 2...

......000 1.000 Acres 11.... yield. ...............425 75.00 1.10 45.000 1..415 46......... 2002 .. therefore it is not practical to make individual area estimates for these segments..... 2007 . and total value...000 dollars 58. 2001-2010 Value Year Area harvested Yield per acre Production Per cwt Acres 2001 ... ...000 1....00 For fresh market State Production 2008 CA 3 .... 421 .........80 56.—Asparagus for Fresh Market and Processing... 297 US .......40 76...144 1..350 58..........200 6. WA .. 1..00 1. .......600 8.. .... commercial crop: Area.. 400 235 264 899 CA 3 ..500 6....500 7.IV–6 STATISTICS OF VEGETABLES AND MELONS Table 4-5................ 130......500 11.....080 54. .......200 1.... ... ........ .. NASS. ..... 56...........00 147.....700 9. Oth Sts 4 .....00 77...800 2010 2 Dollars per ton .208 39........000 cwt. Tons Tons Tons ton ton 125....10 Dollars per cwt..00 1 Asparagus for fresh market and for processing is frequently harvested from the same area..500 Acres 12..50 1 Preliminary.. cwt.60 84...... 2008 ..... 2004 ....60 78. 403 168 228 Dollars per cwt.. cwt. Crops Branch.... 1.....60 11.900 8.......700 6.....00 .....AG8 USDA .175 1.............075 900 125 115 140 110 110 135 110 130 125 125 Total Dollars 1..... commercial crop: Area..360.200 7..... ..... 47...... ..20 51... California..075 1.00 71. NASS.......000 952 2008 2009 2010 2 1.. by State and United States..... Crops Branch... 2006 . (202) 720–2127.00 108.. ....50 NASS...360...... Table 4-6..........360. ...10 799 94........500 10...........000 cwt 1. 2008–2010 Area harvested Production Value per unit Crop 2008 CA .500 10.........700 9... 3 Includes a small amount of processing asparagus..000 cwt....—Artichokes for fresh market and processing: Area.........000 cwt.....60 71.... ..800 Acres 8.00 130. 718 2009 2010 2 1.. 70.......559 67......350 58.. production.40 42..... .80 Dollars per cwt..80 67.... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00006 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-06.....200 7... (202) 720–2127..........80 114.......00 6..........800 6... 51... and value per hundredweight...........................000 1.....00 47. United States.... 4 2008-2010 ....... 2010 1 ....00 11..50 75. ... 2 Preliminary...... and value per hundredweight and per ton..056 1.... MI .. production.... 2009 ............................200 29.. 2009 Acres 8................. .. 421 258 273 US .. value.200 1.00 83...144 1......... (202) 720–2127.......683 60. 1..10 45...... ........... 400 403 ........600 2010 2008 2009 2010 Acres 7..........................000 cwt.330.... Acres 14........ 32.... .000 cwt....00 1...... 303 276 703 For processing Value per unit 2008 2009 Production 2010 2 2008 2009 Value per unit 2010 2 2008 2009 DolDolDolDolDollars lars lars lars lars per per per per per cwt..... 2008–2010 Area harvested 1 Production Value per unit State 2008 2009 2010 2 2008 2009 2010 2 1........701 37. 900 2008 2009 2010 Dollars per cwt.— Artichokes for fresh market and processing...00 55.....000 cwt. 2003 ..008 825 869 1. 147.. 2005 .....360.......000 943 1..700 9....... ....00 98................... ...330.......... .....00 70. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29.. MI ......000 8...90 Dollars per cwt...... cwt.00 679 103...... ...000 cwt.... .............. production........200 28.. 125..... .MI and WA............. WA ...... 1... ...00 122..20 Dollars per cwt. Cwt....600 7........ 8...800 8.........453 49. Table 4-7... Crops Branch...000 cwt......

....00 36...00 1...450 26..... 67...000 dollars 278.. NASS.028 8... 2008 ........ 2004 .00 47..00 98..... commercial crop: Area..874 12.855 90....00 92....00 1...........43 1....20 54. WA. DE..000 cwt....524 1...60 49....38 1.200 29...400 45.150 66.. and total value. production..642 73...00 122.852 13..597 35..44 1 Price and value at processing plant door....00 1.......050 39..901 155..000 For fresh market Value 1 30 28 32 34 31 27 29 30 31 29 2.28 1..511 283....579 33....000 dollars 1. commercial crop: Area.000 61.. DE.144 911 927 718 703 679 140....... commercial crop: Area. 1....... and WI.....432 15.. 2006 ... Frm 00007 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-07... ...80 114.....854 28...31 1....050 32.00 1.....538 2 Preliminary.... 2003 .611 307.... (202) 720–2127. .225 5.757 5..110...300 93..50 94...270 Acres 34......... United States........330 38.436 94......00 1. 2006 ...000 dollars Tons Dollars 1..000 dollars 192........988 81.451 88... value per ton....00 1 Price and value at point of first sale.. 2 2008 . .... and WI.......100 9.......000 cwt.10 60.600 32.......180 45.....267 1.... (202) 720–2127.....440 56.500 49.612 17..925 172...00 1...170..........740 40.. 110... Acres 96.. 2 ......824 5.813 278.......150 Tons 48.....00 105...062 1.........150.—Asparagus...2009 .........160 65.........050.... 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 Acres 38..... United States...740 Acres 40......125 952 899 799 Per cwt... MD..200 97. 2010 3 .........—Lima beans for processing.. 2002 ..100 92.....AG8 USDA .511 6. production..074 89......—Snap beans for fresh market.31 1...330 Tons 49...502 5...... 2001-2010 Value 1 Year Area harvested Yield per acre Production Per cwt 2001 .....109 298...027 91.....CA.. 2007 .030 Tons 57... OR..270 34..086 123.CA.360...... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29.150 48. .... 70..47 1. IL.... Crops Branch. and value per ton....843 2.. MD. 2010 2 .. TN......153 1. Crops Branch.... United States......000 dollars 30....... Table 4-9.00 1.00 81.260.00 1 Preliminary.000 1.00 434...00 423......290 30..500 98...900 11.. production. Table 4-10.50 88. .. Area for harvest Yield per acre Production Acres Cwt..00 519. Crops Branch....876 162.945 27..820 43... and total value. Dollars 1.90 103....040.930 2008 2009 2010 1 Dollars per ton 500.448 13....330 53.... 64 61 61 62 57 66 67 64 57 57 1.170..200 28....80 54.....062 Total Dollars 45.500 12... 2008–2010 Area harvested Production Value per unit State US 2 ..00 398.420 397......609 125....176 26..700 9.. 2001-2010 Total crop Year 2001 .....30 87. Crops Branch.. Value 2 Total Production Per ton Total 1.. NASS. Table 4-11..584 24...... 2009 ...... yield......827 82.599 75.300 43.372 1....00 108.. 2007 .700 88.00 421.31 1....213 6........180 42.000 cwt... value hundredweight..854 22..868 1......35 1..272 310.....200 51..800 6..00 500....... 2005 ......777 Per cwt.......400 91.......193 5.......—Lima beans for processing: Area..00 1.30 92..50 82.901 104...615 19. 2001-2010 Value 1 Year Area harvested Yield per acre Production Per ton 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 .. (202) 720–2127..400 92.... .10 50...900 96....500 1 Price and value at point of first sale.. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Cwt.267 37... 6.. yield.... 2004 . NASS...40 88..40 75..00 1.. 2002 .......800 31....330..28 1. (202) 720–2127.00 475..429 260.078 1.....00 442........600 28...... 2 Price and value at processing plant door.90 98..400 90.790 282.....930 Total Dollars 459.534 1.543 303.......100 49......000 58... IL.....00 430..450 24.....194 1.AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 IV–7 Table 4-8.900 19.444 22..20 52... .....679 2 Preliminary.00 For processing Value 1 228..965 5.00 Dollars per ton 519...........00 1. United States....20 45. NASS. OR.537 120. Total Production Dollars 1...815 31... 2003 .. ......180 3 Preliminary.540 60.. value per hundredweight and per ton...........00 110. Acres 51.....00 1.......00 61.592 20............663 5..360.200 38... WA............ yield.945 99....... 2005 .... 2010 . 2008 .... and total value..030 57...00 Dollars per ton 475... production.. 2009 ...346 139..330 Tons Tons 1..40 78.

NASS....600 6.00 219.520 108...000 cwt.... 2002 ..710 727.00 157.750 14.....—Snap beans for processing.00 253.200 Acres 10......... TX....16 4...800 5.00 186.............640 835......500 1.........00 33......620 177.00 198..880 819..00 149.......00 52..00 186. PA ............735 2 Preliminary.......700 15.......... production.........250 326.00 278... MI ....... commercial crop: Area....690 86... Crops Branch.. NY ..750 94.. WI ......90 52..050 1.......... 2010 2 .......55 3.300 Total Dollars 161...240 198..AG8 USDA ........00 Total .......... by State and United States.700 29...500 31....07 4... commercial crop: Area.00 40.00 212.............500 14.... Oth Sts 2 ..000 4..200 17. FL .....650 65.310 Dollars per ton 180.. and VA..00 43.00 168..980 201..350 31....800 3.......10 60..400 91....500 4...700 4..950 7.......670 112...100 1......400 77....140 37...000 81..... value per ton..500 6.....200 2.........600 5.....000 Acres 9. GA ..80 54...............000 1....100 2..........800 7.092 142..........00 236..00 202.. 2008 ..00 Dollars per cwt.... Crops Branch..... OR ....00 Dollars per ton 110.500 5.00 256.. MD.60 32.500 15......660 353..AR.... (202) 720–2127.....700 22... (202) 720–2127.. and value per hundredweight.....700 80.......000 2.00 50.400 16...90 52. production...........410 17.000 cwt......700 6.114 120. CA....00 244.600 200..700 20..00 195..700 88.........140 793..730 808.....100 16...056 2.....93 3.....80 46....870 125.00 210.800 16.865 114..95 Tons 688.50 58............... Table 4-13. MD ..60 30.520 131.... Table 4-14.....460 1 Price and value at processing plant door.. FL....00 1......40 47. (202) 720–2127....00 157......062 52.....600 27... MO..... 66.179 194.656 935 120 112 95 482 248 36 366 165 1..00 209.500 7....... Acres 12.......—Snap beans for processing.......00 3...... Crops Branch...........79 4.00 1 Preliminary....00 295...640 55... 67.00 67....... 2009 .460 808............ NJ.........00 284.... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29..00 45...00 IL . 2003 .. SC .... 1... and total value.620 203...500 5.......800 3. 2004 .. 2012 2 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00008 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-08.....600 6.....00 140.000 cwt... VA ..............590 112...800 33....770 198........360 308.......00 272.... TN .... Acres 193. MI ...............950 753..400 18...... DE...... yield..00 267...190 114.......90 33...00 38.278 156...40 88.800 11..824 5...440 768.00 34......800 2.......84 4....250 785..........400 400 9..00 186... 198.....129 Acres 11..600 10....100 5....—Snap beans for fresh market: Area.290 119.16 3.400 Acres 11.....00 191..500 4.. 2008–2010 Area harvested Production Value per unit State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 CA ........... NJ . production.....00 189...00 40.....40 83..00 35..00 US ....300 196.....000 32......000 dollars 111.00 220.............300 219..800 6.....00 55....890 77.... 2001-2010 Value 1 Year Area harvested Yield per acre Production Per ton 2001 .... 90. 2008–2010 Area harvested Production Value per unit State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 Dollars per ton 136.00 191.................00 31......000 2.. 66. 2006 ..980 54...225 5.600 19...000 816....00 151..648 123... by State and United States......440 768..200 12........ IN ......... NC .932 613 86 144 78 469 101 18 403 168 Dollars per cwt. 2008-2010 .000 900 6. GA.. 1.... NASS...820 13.......IV–8 STATISTICS OF VEGETABLES AND MELONS Table 4-12.........260 Tons 44...000 816.....180 23...00 25....910 21.00 158....40 69...00 31......600 32..87 3.. MN ...00 240.132 720 99 155 76 268 240 50 252 177 1.....00 250....990 204..800 27...00 40.......218 126...... NY .00 1 Preliminary..400 18..800 189..000 58........ and value per ton.. Tons 3.....00 271...... United States.. NASS. 2005 ..00 36..... Acres 5.00 84.00 216.10 28....179 194..... NC...300 196.....200 800 8.......710 Tons 43.00 Dollars per cwt......... 2007 .. 609 2.050 Tons 41.....00 119..

.. 1.454 87.900 126.681 701.00 35.630 1 Sprouting broccoli only.690 18. Tons Tons Tons per ton per ton per ton 1...000 cwt..890 18.900 130..000 cwt... and value per hundredweight. 37.00 35. Total Production Dollars 1.. 2005 .595 17.00 403.. Crops Branch....900 129..767 603.412 19..90 39..790 (4) 9.331 ( 4) 18. 19...00 875.567 23.10 33.412 19.400 129.179 539.755 17.00 860.20 39. 2008 .10 28. 2008–2010 1 Area harvested Production Value per unit State 2008 2009 2010 2 2008 2009 2010 2 2008 2009 2010 2 AZ .20 41. 126..000 cwt... CA . Yield per acre Production Cwt.40 2008 2009 Value per unit 2008 36.60 32.. 38........00 386... Does not include broccoli rabe nor heading (cauliflower) broccoli.394 694..000 20.720 1 Sprouting 24.000 Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars cwt.. 2003 .890 18....500 316.00 35.086 19....720 24.00 US .720 1.000 17..00 860.694 552.....000 2010 2 20.. ..—Broccoli.. NASS.70 Dollars per cwt..20 35.. United States..713 571..70 36..000 121.075 19.. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29..680 (4) 25.040 33...423 21.000 dollars 1.100 128.00 40.000 dollars 46..100 130...20 2009 Production 33... and total value.40 Value 3 Production Tons 469.809 39..188 20. CA . Table 4-16.AG8 USDA . 1.... 2007 ........124 648..000 121....886 1.538 18.. per cwt.102 575. 1...000 117.50 31. ...253 634.000 cwt.....827 671.020 37.389 (4) 624.... .60 For fresh market State Production For processing Value per unit 2008 2009 2010 2 AZ ...900 126.......00 875. NASS.. 133..00 .00 2009 875.. Acres 10. 16.. Does not include broccoli rabe nor heading (cauliflower) broccoli. 2 Price and value at point of first sale.... 2009 ... production... 1.054 32.000 Acres 9.884 773. commercial crop: Area. H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-09.800 127..044 38.90 35.044 17.....170 18. .526 17.....50 33.773 15.20 40.122 613. 1...10 Dollars per cwt..000 cwt.809 26.000 Acres 7. commercial crop: Area... 2001-2010 1 Total crop Year Area for harvest Acres 2001 ... by State and United States.240 1... and per ton.. 1.60 484.700 20...90 30...500 broccoli only...AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 IV–9 Table 4-15..000 cwt. 5 Preliminary. yield. 2010 5 . 25.. 4 Not published to avoid disclosure of individual operations.256 Per ton Total Dollars 1.80 2010 2 35.. production......900 126..890 19.000 79.750 39. Total Dollars 1.30 US ..00 576...30 36.219 35.—Broccoli. 3 Price and value at processing plant door. value per hundredweight and per ton... 2002 .40 32.... Crops Branch.00 14........90 31.90 39.922 721..287 19.80 35. 2006 . per cwt..560 1.000 20.....00 37.....70 33...085 18. ..20 (4) 33..000 dollars 17..500 576.375 19....040 19...000 cwt..467 567. (202) 720–2127... 41.086 19.410 17.486 17..90 35.....765 36..526 18.170 18..110 45...500 1.219 Per cwt. (202) 720–2127...00 431..720 24.886 For processing Value 2 Per cwt....700 140 141 148 148 148 145 148 158 158 150 For fresh market Value 2 18. per cwt.00 2010 2 860.00 516..... 1..124 631. 2004 .00 (4) 381..307 794.200 114..70 36..00 2 Preliminary.241 19.175 Dollars per cwt..410 17.... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00009 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 2008 576..900 116..

....70 US .......50 17...90 .400 1...30 13.........300 9.... production....516 22...217 2.10 10.600 9.050 65..900 1..000 4..50 14........000 1..90 1.938 1..... PA ..516 22...... 16.600 9... some quantities of fall storage in NY harvested but not sold because of shrinkage and loss: 2008.400 24..40 14....330 920 3....653 ...70 20..797 331 320 303 331 324 338 346 373 344 343 Total Dollars 13..082 4. 331...600 1............ CO .300 .....000 cwt..188 127 264 2.. 676 552 3.................... 2007 ..............90 13...90 1 Preliminary.800 13..000 1. 19............20 10.00 15..50 16...00 14..... 65..—Cabbage for fresh market.90 18.. 1....00 20............ commercial crop: Area..200 Acres 2..420 1..000 2.....10 14.605 1...397 311........90 18...... 2008–2010 Area harvested Production Value per unit State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 2 2008 2009 2010 1 AZ ....001 324.. 2004 ...500 2.404 1 Preliminary..00 Dollars per cwt...200 1..........50 24.411 23. (202) 720–2127.20 Dollars per cwt............. GA ..400 125 960 1.. Crops Branch....658 1..000 cwt..... WI .250 69.000 dollars 332....30 18.... 1..200 7... (202) 720–2127.500 6.234 23.........272 75 713 1....300 66.50 12. 2005 ..000 cwt..700 . by State and United States..065 341...... CA . OH ..000 5....400 1... FL .....798 378. yield.100 12.030 75..... 2010 1 ...000 cwt. MI ...................00 13...334 2....300 12..467 22....... Crops Branch... 2009 ..AG8 USDA ...269 3...688 1...........200 1..700 9..... and value per hundredweight....700 10...60 14.164 24.000 cwt........30 14....890 ....90 13.00 15...190 6.....70 15.................... 362.200 7.... IL 3 ....40 11....000 cwt............ VA ... NY .. NASS. 13.. TX . 15..554 307...—Cabbage for fresh market: Area.......30 12.. 2006 .......050 72... 1.70 10....700 69................10 16. 3.900 9..50 25.40 9.467 22.800 600 2......50 16.70 15.400 2001 ........50 14.080 118 672 576 5.......... 840 476 4.....680 73.....00 15..500 2.... 3 Estimates discontinued in 2009........40 12..250 266 288 2..60 13. 1. Cwt..000 cwt.. 2002 ..... 369......227 22..00 11..100 Acres 2... NASS... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29.......886 24.. Table 4-18.. 2.......500 370 2..IV–10 STATISTICS OF VEGETABLES AND MELONS Table 4-17.00 13.. 21........700 5...50 13... Acres 2.... United States.350 336 396 2..........10 13..........00 16....300 66.760 65...500 500 3.760 65.........60 15.....850 71.365 386. and 2009...50 18......997 311.343 1..856 289.......500 5..200 7.......... 2001-2010 Value Year Area harvested Yield per acre Production Per cwt Acres 77........20 18..118 23... NC .496 168 725 Dollars per cwt...50 15..460 24.....000 1...36 18. production....373 355.910 1......00 16.797 14.00 14.... 25........ value and total value.. 2012 2 Includes Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00010 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-10...134 5... NJ .......100 5.. 2003 ..................00 13..80 . 2008 .100 500 3....000 1. 2010........

70 1.. 2008–2010 Area harvested Production Value per unit State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 AZ .......400 39.00 15.30 19...485 356.700 441 1......400 Acres 20.............70 15...—Cantaloups for fresh market: Area.200 2.300 73..40 20. production....500 2... 22..20 16.. 2009 ......00 34.50 18....... commercial crop: Area.100 1..........100 594 1..... 2005 ............ 2006 ........20 21.920 418 1.300 530 1..... PA .....443 22...... CA ..201 335.981 326..20 14..838 238 250 258 251 242 246 277 269 258 252 Total Dollars 19..... by State and United States.800 85. 19....... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29..........500 391 45 145 234 297 Dollars per cwt.....279 18...750 84...465 19...000 2..70 16...200 530 900 1. Acres 95........60 19. 4..279 18....392 314.. GA ..888 10.000 cwt.00 29...70 1 Preliminary.....730 74. production.200 5.00 Dollars per cwt.. 2003 .........000 2....90 17...—Cantaloups for fresh market.838 18......... 2001-2010 Value Year Area harvested Yield per acre Production Per cwt 2001 ..00 14.. and total value..80 14. 2007 .00 30..820 71.00 16.. Crops Branch.000 cwt....00 17....20 16..560 79.200 2.. 5.730 Cwt..526 302.160 89............426 19..069 21..80 18...50 15...AG8 USDA ..60 28..... and value per hundredweight......AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 IV–11 Table 4-19..30 20.... 23...80 28...... IN ............. 2010 1 ....000 dollars 429.379 1 Preliminary..10 34........50 18. Crops Branch... United States.. NASS..........302 370..700 84.000 1..294 19.. Table 4-20. 2002 .....375 462 45 153 300 240 1........ MD ..781 350....... yield..... 1.90 12.00 20.. 2008 ..850 11...281 398..30 31.........730 74..000 2....50 15....... Acres 19......730 19.......... 2004 ..294 19.... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00011 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-11..613 22.......498 20.730 74.. SC ..... NASS..800 39..010 11....... 4...00 Dollars per cwt....30 15.. 71. TX ....100 4...00 28......000 2.80 25...........300 37.......298 20.000 cwt.......300 630 900 1..20 US .. 24........000 2..800 Acres 23... (202) 720–2127........200 5..730 74..... value...00 30..238 460 57 113 237 198 1... (202) 720–2127. CO ......953 313...700 1....000 cwt.00 24.....

2001-2010 1 Total crop Year Area for harvest Acres 2001 ..600 Acres 61.00 630. 1.....401 5....500 67...500 3......800 1.200 5... 19.000 24...... 3 2008 ..80 100.20 2008 ....600 Dollars per tons 110......... 2009 ....—Cauliflower.80 (4) 32...273 1. 25...60 1 Includes heading (cauliflower) broccoli..350 10. 2007 . 28..700 38..535 6..... 2008 .......... 27.500 2. GA.545 187..965 6.00 .10 94.....000 dollars 29.205 6..030 US ..000 6...00 488. 2008-2010 Area harvested Production Value per unit State CA ...00 82.940 13.795 195... and WA.917 3 Price Production Tons 39........000 cwt.. 80..500 73..340 217.510 401....724 4.......200 1.....—Carrots for fresh market......000 cwt.80 34..... commercial crop: Area.00 566..360 Yield per acre Cwt.00 ...60 21. CO......900 3.20 data included in Other States to avoid disclosure of individual operations.00 (4) 237..690 188...........290 243.100 Tons 30.....410 18..00 ....000 dollars 190..500 .. 2005 ...167 6........500 16... 4 Not published to avoid disclosure of individual operations...820 36.. 2009 ..300 1.... and WA.....70 44.. NASS..30 72..50 20.411 219..600 Tons 52.. NASS..900 1.......678 6.................. 80......00 17...912 310....20 19...00 500. 2009-2010 ..700 69...... value per hundredweight and per ton.008 233.565 22.....910 16.. 42.. by State and United States.......166 Total 1.....000 cwt..456 Production Per cwt....30 Dollars per cwt...20 26.30 39........610 81.. 2002 .... 25... (202) 720–2127.850 117.... by State and United States...350 37.30 25...00 79. commercial crop: Area..709 (4) 215.10 Dollars per tons 180...281 Dollars 28..00 80. 2 Price and value at point of first sale...163 1 Preliminary.000 Acres 58.. MI 2 .00 39........619 5.CO. GA.000 . 1.... 1...90 94.. 160 152 168 172 174 177 181 181 186 173 6..320 115.... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00012 Fmt 1000 For processing Value 2 Sfmt 1000 172..000 cwt.261 3..70 21. 2004 . production. and WA.AZ... MI . United States.10 Dollars per cwt... 2 Missing 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 Acres 1.10 30... Dollars 5..416 7..800 86.000 .. 2003 ..000 . 141.30 85. WI ..648 7...708 6.20 32.......140 475 338 2..330 41.....250 7.....000 1.220 6.....755 Value 3 Per ton Total Dollars 1...000 38....60 30.........690 88..—Carrots for processing.300 6.... US ... and value per ton..... For fresh market Value 2 Production Per cwt....800 3.. door..70 92...824 Dollars per cwt.40 31.. Acres 62..... 2 Table 4-22. 1 Preliminary...00 25...551 247. 73.......160 8. production. production. (202) 720-2127.400 3....... 20..130 12..085 197.215 594 324 2.30 34.689 263...... and total value.....IV–12 STATISTICS OF VEGETABLES AND MELONS Table 4-21.300 63......20 40.. 2006 ... MN 2 .......20 23..50 25.. Oth Sts 2 .828 6.010 3...228 8..... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29.558 219....920 5..500 2..485 7............30 31....CO.........140 Acres 1..40 40. 20. 2010 5 . GA.AG8 USDA .. 2008 2009 2010 1 1.00 88..... WA ........700 3..607 227.... TX .....840 37.700 3....... Crops Branch..700 .30 22.000 2..600 36.00 615.842 6..00 15...420 (4) 14...313 667 312 3...050 41.. (202) 720–2127...777 24....40 44..000 dollars 441.....395 9......400 68...... 4..00 68. 2010 . 930 3.....700 Acres 1... Crops Branch. commercial crop: Area... NASS..20 Dollars per tons 175.. 19......... Crops Branch...000 .....300 7..849 (4) 3.MN and TX.......539 and value at processing plant H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-12...20 35..568 225...350 5.....440 321.MI and TX.. 5 Preliminary...00 478.088 ( 4) 6. Table 4-23. 2008-2010 Area harvested Production Value per unit State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 CA ....531 315.730 354...40 Total 1.030 84......616 6.....600 8.000 cwt.. Oth Sts 3 .40 34. and value per hundredweight. yield.00 540..20 25..000 77.430 Tons 33.413 268..214 6...... 83.00 21.....50 30..370 39.

.............40 14.. 640 6.90 52...700 28.....50 20.60 Doll ars per cwt...10 19..256 19... .. and value per hundredweight....... cwt.50 Dollars per cwt...350 5.485 7. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29..—Cauliflower.... US .00 US . by State and United States..50 8.... Table 4-26..50 14.600 1......... 2007 . ... 2005 .60 8. 19. production.281 40....60 15..50 44..000 cwt.167 6.. 44.475 52 1..100 27. 18..900 Acres 26...846 258..40 For fresh market State Production 2008 2009 2010 2 1..166 1 Includes 40.....20 44...00 .000 6... and value per hundredweight and per ton.90 18.000 32..651 6..—Celery. Table 4-25. 19.. 36..285 18...230 20.. AZ .......000 Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars cwt...20 20........ (202) 720–2127. 615.. .285 1...... CA .AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 IV–13 Table 4-24........... 2 Preliminary...00 ..00 67 52.... 2010 3 .600 36....... 6............. per cwt.285 1 Mostly for fresh market use.... Crops Branch.800 Acres 26..70 44........080 945 US . 44.737 19.900 460 1........000 cwt.. per cwt. 46......40 44...70 heading (cauliflower) broccoli..309 350.......... 19.70 for fresh market use.... 2008 ..000 400 Acres 3. .....40 Dollars per cwt.80 13....300 28... 3 Preliminary.40 18..40 . .50 51..074 CA ..160 8..800 27.....500 678 691 700 698 697 694 705 708 704 712 1...019 1.648 7.. 2008–2010 1 Area harvested Production Value per unit State 2008 2009 2010 2 2008 2009 2010 2 1.379 40..965 288.00 2 Preliminary.791 259..755 566.494 67 Dollars per cwt. NASS........ 2002 ...000 cwt.......500 1. 18......001 369...686 19....000 1.....000 Dollars per cwt... United States........350 5..814 34 1.000 dollars 272.00 45. but includes some quantities used for processing............ commercial crop: Area.............856 18..40 45..074 20... Dollars per ton ..... (202) 720–2127.. Production Per cwt. production.. sale.70 2 Price 1... 2001–2010 1 Value 2 Year Area for harvest Yield per acre Acres Cwt.. 800 640 CA ...00 615..10 19.....755 566....854 and value at point of first H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-13.... 2003 ..000 32......50 20......—Celery... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00013 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 Total Dollars 14....... Acres 26. NY . production............... but includes quantities used for processing..000 cwt.500 27.160 8.AG8 USDA .. Acres 4.00 2009 2010 2 Dollars per ton ......70 39....055 20.............. 20.00 . 43....308 NY . 27. Crops Branch.. 2001 . 5..000 cwt.. commercial crop: Area. 2004 ..... MI ....500 28.. 720 5....025 1 Mostly 2008 2009 2010 2 1. .. per cwt.00 39.... 28....479 18....300 28......700 38..684 404..... 5.391 239..600 1.. 630..000 cwt.30 51.300 400 Acres 3. NASS.. 2008–2010 1 Area harvested Production Value per unit State 2008 2009 2010 2 2008 2009 2010 2 2008 2009 2010 2 AZ . yield.....800 27.. (202) 720–2127. 800 5...... commercial crop: Area.40 38.900 1. 2009 .......40 12...90 20.039 398....200 35....360 6.. NASS..000 cwt....80 13.. 630.30 38..80 17....................900 26.. 2006 .. and total value.50 46.30 39... 19..011 20..500 28.500 20...454 408.. 34 52 For processing Value per unit 2008 2009 Production 2010 2 2008 Value per unit 2009 2010 2 2008 1.....10 Dollars per cwt.......... Tons Tons Tons per ton 720 43...... Crops Branch. value per hundredweight..... by State and United States....025 20.400 28..000 cwt.........

.... NJ .........125 495 1...210 .....968.00 27...234... PA.....00 120...000 6..060 ...........500 ..500 15........00 68... H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-14.........500 7...10 25.......519 241..300 234..681 3.370 876..60 59.... (202) 720–2127..430 2.50 36.20 27...000 65...700 367..... 50..100 42.100 22....492 27...894 3.....00 23... value per hundredweight and per ton..600 7.. IL .....300 14...100 6..908 340....80 21.126 26...00 88.......50 61..85 8........800 5.. NY.858 521................180 3.......00 US .. 119.00 34... CO ....50 18..400 24........ 6...930 245........00 56.. NC .800 3. CT .300 87...150 693 1....40 72........720 3...............400 7... Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 Production Tons 3...700 1..690 3.. 2008 .300 3...00 38........ Dollars per cwt.530 3..745 28.....90 35........... 29..... IA..... NASS..10 16........00 22...480 42.....60 20.000 3..... ME ..00 49.......965 236...........900 7.000 23.........421 528...... 2 Table 4-28....00 43.915 608 598 99 172 390 940 77 555 2.80 120..147.490 3......00 31..70 Dollars FOR PROCESSING Acres Acres Acres Tons Tons Tons per ton per ton per ton IL .839 29..00 29........... Crops Branch. Crops Branch...00 81......70 27...665 544 74 4..... MD ......00 56.30 Dollars Dollars 29.......50 40... 826.52 7....00 26. 979..... 109 108 116 116 115 118 122 124 122 118 1.70 61.......980 179.. CA ..050 2..788 213... 2001-2010 For fresh market Year 2001 .................200 28.......600 379. 2004 .............000 dollars 523.95 and value at processing plant door.... RI .. NH ... ..529 590..400 66....000 1.984 1....20 31..500 3..... 1.35 7.200 9.....000 233......80 81..... MN ......100 .100 27. DE .00 70...... IL.....40 37...650 247...800 4..........000 2....90 22.....00 104..00 25......... 2003 ..... IL.70 25. Dollars per cwt....80 14..... NY.486 335...111 205..20 19...600 78. MD....100 21.....174. OR .800 1.200 9...00 17..500 6............ Oth Sts 2 ... and total value....40 105.241 332 383 6.....90 27..500 16........ MI .......... NY ....100 25.......500 6. and value per hundredweight and per ton..500 1.....50 24...200 Production Per cwt....00 32...125 210 341 5......00 76.....800 3....280 656........ WI ................700 85..00 109.080 2..00 27.....700 9......910 384..... NJ..............200 16......000 cwt........40 66..500 338...00 24....224 287 945 49 162 50 62 2.100 1.....50 28................86 8.. FL .90 29.100 13...............300 2.....993 217. commercial crop: Area......... 1...... MD ...50 19...00 32.....600 ..900 800 2...........374 748............. Cwt.400 1...199 750.770 129...... 233...00 93............ VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29..20 19..897.. 2009 . 2008–2010 Area harvested Production Value per unit Utilization and State FOR FRESH MARKET 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 Acres Acres Acres 1.000 81. (202) 720–2127....00 23.500 ...200 8.......—Corn.....863 650 1........815 26..010 666.678 208... VA ..800 6.400 1..600 379. IA.40 25.....700 38...832. 122...00 29.04 7.....00 43..884 1..........20 22....30 40.... commercial crop: Area.00 .... and VA......500 3.899 28.. 94.400 750 2... TN...500 1.. production..00 37...900 6....400 1....00 104......... VT .....30 50...IV–14 STATISTICS OF VEGETABLES AND MELONS Table 4-27.............500 43............... sweet.250 240...900 3......900 11.......550 2.067...000 230.......200 24.........800 3.00 23..000 cwt..... NJ.. NASS......AG8 USDA ..........70 40.630 371..500 3....567 509.........00 22............88 7.......00 33...859 646..000 cwt.250 582 421 90 261 306 1....40 30.......600 405.... OH ..910 694 378 108 328 416 723 128 533 2.900 18..50 23..430 638 US .100 426. 2006 ......162 602 68 4...800 403......490 651...689........10 68.504 28.... 1.....100 700 2.300 11...80 13..000 7...380 120.....650 247........600 360..085...900 3.150 417.00 118.........736 690 1......100 5..380 Value 2 Per ton Dollars 73............000 7......100 1.60 15..00 24.703 229.......40 27...........500 7... TX .......410 202........900 123.....300 20.... 2009 and 2010 .......... MA .. ID.......080 2.000 3.........90 24..358 582........ 2002 ..........570 425...600 57..149 Dollars 19. WA ..900 4.....00 30.70 1 Price and value at point of first sale...149 25...000 6..001 77 781 2.... 26...........00 124.. 2007 .......... 2005 . United States.266. 360..60 35.600 234...... production..400 7....... GA ....00 43.......... OR .. Dollars per cwt.80 79.00 54.........900 13.690 98.... 2010 3 ..............00 126......00 30.. 2012 Jkt 000000 For processing Yield per acre PO 00000 Value 1 2 Price Frm 00014 Total 1............700 49......600 218...000 dollars 229.........00 24.....00 20..899 28..234...400 4.. ID....900 1.50 40.............70 Total 1..... yield..80 89. by State and United States......50 26.70 1 Preliminary.689..............60 AL ...02 7...00 34.....632 846....237 68 161 50 125 1..90 29.900 14.00 22...000 cwt.....200 4...00 89........20 38.........280 595.......088 273 420 6......300 Yield per acre Tons 7.00 47...... 99.........66 7.... IN .400 28.. WA .900 5.357 343 979 45 156 45 102 2..100 14.00 27....................280 236. and PA...30 25..000 847.262 3 Preliminary..31 7.............400 22.......310 648..600 7...280 236..... PA ..00 45.80 19... 75....00 121.........730 236..00 ..60 117....600 4.....50 26..DE...300 29.........DE.140 311.............20 22..50 120.......... 2008 .... Area for harvest Acres 244.416 25.. sweet..00 89.........10 23.. WI ..480 27....839 29....................832..........467 Area for harvest Acres 447.......10 21.00 30......400 1.......000 6...500 338..490 3..00 22....60 27.500 38 3..—Corn.....

000 cwt.... United States...100 1.400 36.63 6... 25....60 24.968 175..............525 186...580 353.836 184....... by State and United States....600 12...000 32.500 380 4.. 650 2........600 97..00 273.200 2. 29......... (202) 720-2127....00 18. production.. 1....60 24.. NY ... 540 3. 12 3 Value 1 Area harvested Yield per acre Production Per ton Acres 108.00 22.00 549.880 46..860 27.60 23.100 548......00 235.....00 26... Oth Sts 2 .......000 11.......600 11.—Cucumbers (for pickles).100 3. GA... sold and unsold.....958 169.....100 3.... Pickle stocks on hand Dec.... 2001-2010 For processing Year 2001 .... commercial crop: Area.87 5.306 376.46 5.00 350. and value per hundredweight.... commercial crop: Area....620 188...00 18.600 1..000 cwt..000 38...89 4.. (202) 720–2127. Table 4-31.40 38.822 178.....00 289........60 42....448 444.. OH . GA .00 260.00 330.... FL .00 511.... 2008 ..500 40......80 25......040 146. 19....300 6...... SC .900 2.800 118....................940 21...00 516.00 250...23 4.....200 2...00 285.AG8 USDA ....800 1.600 8............. production.000 cwt..000 1...........573 240.....00 340.500 7....... 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 Tons 81......530 US ...320 2.....00 22.500 198..... and pickle stocks...00 325......... MI ...00 366... MD. 46.000 Acres 2... NASS..560 6... in tanks and barrels.00 363...895 1 Price and value at processing plant door... IN ..200 31.700 30.......100 3....644 250....00 23....000 dollars 168.90 5.. TX ....00 500.359 8.....23 Dollars 291..400 7.200 7...640 1 Preliminary. production....600 97..830 Dollars per ton 420......00 305...120 10.....640 5..00 336..230 567..500 9.........00 428........391 153.. MD ....260 117.00 .20 28.000 1. 832 2......550 43.00 336..500 88......00 460.......00 207......... MI ...000 9.....10 29.900 Tons 73...850 17.500 46.006 178..500 32. 2004 .500 88....482 24..60 22...50 20..00 Dollars per cwt.500 37..310 648..00 Total 1....210 137...500 1.. 2009 .. 2007 ....... NC ...50 18.656 2...190 541........100 21.500 500 4.......70 23..100 548.969 189..37 5........ 2008–2010 Area harvested Production Value per unit State 2008 2009 2010 1 FL ...00 Dollars per cwt.000 5..... (202) 720-2127... VA ....500 25 968 403 384 1...600 2.90 32....400 27.430 593........AL.732 447.248 2............525 Tons 552.00 22.00 226....00 21....00 316. 2002 ..... Crops Branch..00 256.—Cucumbers (for pickles).... 4 Preliminary.......26 5.00 328..... 2 Stocks in hands of original salters of both salt and dill pickles.200 391 117 65 1....000 450 4.....50 24. 3 Includes stocks of fresh-pack pickles....400 1...00 40.. 2003 ........ Acres 3.....540 619.AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 IV–15 Table 4-29..000 1. yield...500 96.......... by State and United States...00 366.. 2008–2010 Area harvested Production Value per unit State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 CA ......100 7.200 2..10 34.328 159.....000 101....200 1. on Dec....500 9.000 6.00 328.000 40..643 138.... WI ..100 1.00 235..............00 220......870 Tons 49...... Crops Branch..998 179... and MO.500 110..500 103.800 6.900 8...33 5.....000 1..000 7...600 7.. CA.....300 10....300 Acres 3...843 9.....80 20..200 567... SC .00 275..000 8.100 42..700 1.....600 10... 2006 .. NJ .00 Dollars per ton 468.00 41. NASS...80 1 Preliminary.............. NASS.. value per ton. 2005 . DE.800 113.00 364.. Acres 7....00 20.....00 450.125 27 903 672 476 671 252 156 48 Dollars per cwt. TX ... 96..........880 540.—Cucumbers for fresh market: Area...60 30...00 19..500 29.....400 145. NC .303 300.080 505.400 3..00 220....90 21.....00 US ...80 17. Table 4-30......640 316..100 1....00 216.200 Tons Tons 581..048 17 759 543 468 735 336 104 45 1.....00 269...000 2. Crops Branch..340 7. and value per ton..........00 27.310 189...300 21....200 Acres 9.. 2012 2 2008-2010 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00015 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-15.00 Dollars per ton 501. total value. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29...200 11..640 549......300 3..300 3....900 Acres 7. 2010 4 .

.........600 56..910 96 276 US . yield.. commercial crop: Area... Acres 52.20 19....900 Cwt.. 2009 ....200 138. 2010 1 .......282 3..780 54..20 43... 25...120 24.... production......IV–16 STATISTICS OF VEGETABLES AND MELONS Table 4-32...... 10..737 167 172 178 165 160 165 165 168 174 164 Total Dollars 29. 2007 ......440 22........ value....570 51.. Table 4-33.. production. (202) 720–2127...80 29. Crops Branch..20 23......80 19.... 51....60 25... 2007 ..00 Dollars per cwt.... NV ..60 24........241 5....... 2009 .........073 239...60 22. United States...60 49... 2001-2010 Value Year Area harvested Yield per acre Production Per cwt 2001 .....689 207...... 5.650 6.440 22..020 155...AG8 USDA . 2008 ..265 9.00 1 Preliminary.. 45.... 3......482 197 199 172 177 178 179 190 189 201 193 Total Dollars 1..............700 8...807 192............880 46...784 186..00 19.........10 25.737 43.....00 90....900 530 800 Acres 21. NASS..50 Dollars per cwt....131 193. NASS.70 71..........00 1...... and value per hundredweight.50 41..30 24.550 43. 2002 ..218 186.000 640 1. 3.. Acres 23. and total value....654 214.... (202) 720–2127.. 2006 .........677 89 112 3..000 dollars 173.. OR ... 2008 .750 4.000 dollars 205.............230 22....40 27....60 29. 2010 1 .510 1 Preliminary........ Crops Branch... and total value. 2004 .. Crops Branch.......877 5..—Garlic for fresh market and processing.....20 3.000 cwt.. (202) 720–2127..775 238.......800 Acres 20...............005 9..... value.........900 54...740 50.............. 71..643 19.........20 25...138 229.........312 4..960 46..622 208..—Cucumbers for fresh market.90 20.......018 127...352 201... 2004 ...381 10......... commercial crop: Area.....359 8....750 Cwt....... 2005 ..224 4....600 29.. 2006 .60 49.80 1 Preliminary.... 2002 .000 cwt.872 265.. 2008–2010 Area harvested Production Value per unit State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 1..000 31.000 cwt....200 32.000 cwt... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29. by State and United States.. yield..771 4...00 30....230 22...810 25. 2001-2010 Value Year Area harvested Yield per acre Production Per cwt 2001 ..878 CA ..079 9..... United States.925 219........... NASS...282 2008 2009 2010 1 1.. 2005 ..00 22. Acres 35....673 160..843 9.—Garlic for fresh market and processing: Area...939 9.........800 35.70 26.... 2003 .....878 3.......... 2003 ..104 4.. Table 4-34..970 50....614 85 38 Dollars per cwt.900 26....70 71.... 1......392 10.....900 500 350 1....... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00016 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-16..........80 25.. production...000 cwt. 3..50 43.....067 169. 1....

......00 18.690 3.. production....... 2007 . Crops Branch......... 68.AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 IV–17 Table 4-35.. production..000 Acres 34. 2003 .10 18.......205.180 50..000 600 Acres 3... 2010 2 ...... 2008–2010 Area harvested Production Value per unit State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 1......00 29........700 3....132 1.. 2012 Jkt 000000 Yield per acre PO 00000 Production Per cwt......20 17..000 cwt..100 181...—Head lettuce.90 15.......... Acres 24...100 11..587 3.. 2010 2 ..... Table 4-37... and value per hundredweight.781 4..70 20.....065 5......200 14. Acres 184..30 13. 792 2. 2008 ..........40 23......—Honeydew melons.000 1................70 17. 2005 ....900 19..118.....600 18. 2007 .......180 US .... 195 208 229 240 216 231 236 215 241 218 1. (202) 720–2127.10 18.121.. 815 2........345 80......720 5.... and value per hundredweight. 15..054.80 Total 1............. 27.50 1.000 dollars 1.80 17..200 19....... Acres 3.......... 20.....000 177......900 14... NASS. CA ..........494 57.. 10:23 Feb 29...900 14.....204 17.......—Head lettuce.... (202) 720–2127. commercial crop: Area.. 620 2. yield.80 21...365 219 Dollars per cwt...80 1 Preliminary.300 11.80 15.400 22. by State and United States....917 68....... commercial crop: Area.... value per hundredweight.000 cwt....000 cwt..234.....300 184...........200 24... Table 4-36....941 1.400 178....100 700 Acres 3.. 2009 ..60 13......800 148... and value at point of first sale.585 210 1..474 52..180 AZ ..... 2002 ....686 189 1. 2009 ............20 Dollars per cwt.....60 19.... and total value.......750 Dollars 17. 11.235.50 16...204 Total Dollars 21. 27.... 20...435..000 139....221 4.. NASS..........976 1... Frm 00017 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-17...10 16..........772 41...... 148..... 2002 .70 50.......20 22.........90 21..000 cwt....000 1 Price VerDate Aug 31 2005 Value 1 Area for harvest Year Cwt...075 4.063....500 185.........981 1........... 2008 .000 139. 2001 ...... commercial crop: Area............... 374 369 369 366 368 350 355 356 372 365 1...... CA .970 1............ production.....247....60 14...... United States....253 62... yield... 2004 .500 91.608 2 Preliminary......700 135...011...623 49.636 55..50 21............941 1...... 17......952 2008 2009 2010 1 1. Crops Branch.......80 15...750 20.......243 4....... 11.—Honeydew melons.700 1 Price and value at point of first sale.40 23.......575 2 Preliminary.....850 Dollars per cwt.000 105.. Crops Branch.193 1....000 103..144 3...461 84.000 cwt....50 15....... production..50 15..550 17...... (202) 720–2127...30 Dollars per cwt...000 dollars 99..... 11........ 2008–2010 Area harvested Production Value per unit State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 AZ ......140 68....296 1. value per hundredweight........ commercial crop: Area....453 95. and total value.418 76... 2001-2010 Value 1 Year Area for harvest Yield per acre Production Per cwt....... 2005 .....10 18..700 135... NASS...........700 116..10 22...... TX .... 4......... Crops Branch.724 1..... NASS.400 13..... United States.040 39... 2006 .000 600 1...000 cwt.10 22...000 52........20 26....000 cwt...200 14..... 2001-2010 2001 .... (202) 720–2127.......000 Acres 32.... Cwt...00 Dollars per cwt.....900 38....50 US ........50 1 Preliminary...30 Dollars per cwt.300 17..AG8 USDA .. by State and United States..140 50..587 3..90 21...800 161............. Acres 32.....000 cwt...943 73. 2003 .....90 22......244 66.. 2004 .517 65..228 65...690 3. 22.. 2006 ......952 50... Table 4-38...

000 12....317 12..... 23.. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00018 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-18... leaf for fresh market.00 27..... 2001-2010 Value 1 Year Area harvested Yield per acre Production Per cwt.......300 74..781 11..500 53.900 57.000 cwt.........000 cwt.. commercial crop: Area. 1......500 1.. (202) 720-2127.10 US ...100 48.555 16.. CA .400 86.. by State and United States.... 2006 . Acres 53...................... and value per hundredweight.. .600 52. NASS.208 375. 1.. 2008-2010 Area harvested Production Value per unit State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 AZ ....500 Acres 8.845 11..355 25.....40 24.... 2004 ....—Lettuce.. Table 4-40..30 25........ commercial crop: Area. and total value. ..546 430.000 Acres 18.......300 49.. 1... 2008 ...10 Dollars per cwt......259 21....70 38........ ....20 38.. .....692 411.... CA ..—Romaine lettuce for fresh market: Area..100 80.......800 42.....80 30.400 59. 31.. 2010 2 .400 76.409 22.... 52...701 13.000 cwt.. United States.......40 24.......... 2005 ..... 55.400 61.991 2 Preliminary... United States...50 32.. .220 Dollars per cwt......900 55..300 22.....400 82.. 2009 ....... Table 4-42.50 22.. 2003 .... 1..80 33...000 1 Price and value at point of first sale.039 19.....000 dollars 290........AG8 USDA .. 2008–2010 Area harvested Production Value per unit State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 AZ ............50 19.. production....904 463....40 2 Preliminary... yield.400 56...30 1....100 60.. (202) 720-2127... value per hundredweight......125 1....000 cwt....934 466....259 284 318 297 347 330 307 320 294 294 315 Total Dollars 19.. 2002 ...... production...... Cwt..700 9. NASS. 39.20 38..995 463...156 10. 37.719 458..765 429.300 62..100 48.............. value per hundredweight... 11... 5.. Acres 50.. and value per hundredweight.....564 22......000 cwt.006 612..000 cwt.20 28.. Acres 9.....866 655.—Lettuce.410 13.. (202) 720-2127..... 2007 .........400 77. Crops Branch...084 17.. Crops Branch.274 420. Acres 16........... 20.100 80.... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29.272 26. production..40 US ..... Crops Branch... .70 31.............. 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ... ...000 cwt.432 27.......000 cwt.60 Dollars per cwt...621 452..........896 607.078 492....80 Dollars per cwt.. Romaine for fresh market...80 21.....10 Dollars per cwt..50 30.180 32..355 25. NASS. Cwt... by State and United States.500 26.400 76..005 593.300 49..50 22.........70 38..40 1 Preliminary...774 22..600 40.. 2 .067 18..........200 58........845 11. 6...370 14.80 21.690 1.625 1...100 58......781 11........ 5........800 1..70 31... Crops Branch..180 226 249 233 236 241 238 224 244 241 233 Total Dollars 1.....712 19.103 25.. 2001-2010 Value 1 Year Area harvested Yield per acre Production Per cwt....00 27..50 33.... Table 4-41.. 2001 ......900 54...20 27...859 373.40 24....000 dollars 313. 2.001 13..... ..........240 12......500 39..500 74.774 22...... production.500 Acres 8...IV–18 STATISTICS OF VEGETABLES AND MELONS Table 4-39.533 479..000 1......90 34..... 77......—Leaf lettuce for fresh market: Area.394 13.10 19. NASS..000 Acres 16..480 Dollars per cwt... 15.. and total value.. yield...50 38...720 10.......300 1 Price and value at point of first sale.30 1 Preliminary. (202) 720-2127.716 614.20 35.

..300 52 150 9..........000 330 840 14....500 11...952 12..................... NASS..003 Total ..060 149...300 280 684 3........50 26... 1.. 2...994 928........000 4........80 13........ commercial crop: Area. WA ........................ .....059 1..... 6....152 5.... 28..............104 1...........115 ........200 9....40 1 Mostly for fresh market use. .... 2001-2010 1 Area for harvest Year Yield per acre Acres 164.40 15.........304 175 660 ....512 1......60 14....492 55...10 11..600 3.......... CO .80 7.....542 2.......300 7....100 1.10 11. 1.960 29....100 9.....514 839..40 38....600 ....330 4.... Dollars per cwt.. 2008–2010 1 Area harvested Production Shrinkage and loss Value per unit Season and State 2008 2009 Acres 2010 2 2008 2009 2010 2 2008 2009 2010 2 2008 2009 2010 2 Acres 1....600 8........000 cwt....30 12.. 105.......... value per hundredweight.. 69.. shrinkage and loss.... 31.70 8...... 1........227 1..... and total value..008 5......170 6. and value per hundredweight.500 6...40 33...79 9........ Dollars per cwt.........10 Summer: Non-storage: CA .. 1.000 4........374 1...498 8... 2009 .... ........622 US ............50 67..70 12........................... 2007 .460 13... NV .......821 5...200 9. of storage crop onions harvested but not sold because of shrinkage and loss.... .. .80 Storage total ..484 3...............120 75....400 6.000 1..............000 1..30 13.......40 16.200 10......072 5.700 10.. but includes some quantities used for processing..........................000 cwt..... . NASS..840 5.60 35...100 21.270 2001 .....583 8..287 2.70 14... 3 Includes some quantities 4 Primarily for dehydrated and other proc- H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-19......350 163.000 cwt........400 3...... (202) 720–2127..........70 8.192 1. Dollars per cwt. 3 Price and value at point of first sale..... ......... 2004 ...109.... OR (Malheur) ....087 8..600 1.........20 16...... 15..775 72.......600 3...680 2.000 6........ 2005 .. OR (Other) ..... .40 29..900 6.599 424 429 442 495 446 446 497 489 500 493 Value 3 Shrinkage and loss Production 2 Per cwt..93 12. shrinkage and loss.840 880 3.600 555 2........90 15..... 10.... ...275 7.... .. CA .... ......600 20.638 75...072 5........ commercial crop: Area......346 83........425 5...40 10.490 151.. 6....20 12...00 14.......... ... MI ...00 17..10 19...400 17..........900 22......400 18.10 14... 4 Preliminary... 2008 .—Onions.....961 69. 7. 18.........061 834......... 125.000 7... WI .230 13..70 22......278 Total summer ..........60 11...000 cwt.....400 5........ .....870 13. ID ..............588 6. but includes some quantities used for processing.000 1.. ..00 27.........252 1 Mostly for fresh market use..70 .990 162..000 6. NM . 1............303 2...50 14..300 8.......60 38...... Storage: 3 13.900 9.90 8.90 14.... NY .60 13.403 576 2.170 6............. .. .80 11.976 3..30 CA 4 ..50 18....112 9.... ..200 25 113 250 300 651 270 641 940 660 1...344 9.....96 13...... 2003 ............. ..........30 8.000 dollars 680.600 2...AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 IV–19 Table 4-43........ TX ...907 669.....350 764....... ............ .076 66..800 11.....141 8.....230 1... GA ........... 1....... ... 8...690 106....60 29..084.. production....... yield......70 50....500 25.. 153..50 11..20 13....800 11........20 29. Table 4-44......... ...... ...276 2.00 49...96 11.50 16....500 8.......000 cwt....60 13. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29..600 10........38 6.......844 73..00 16.. 2006 ... .860 3.40 1.00 16.......800 10...386 1...54 12.... WA .670 55..30 17.........400 27.584 9..........963 . 18..300 11....060 149....160 104..80 19........460 2..700 5...690 31.50 20......456 2...000 9.....900 1......10 13.. .....000 cwt.529 6..599 73.. 11... Oth Sts 5 .... TX ....600 700 1.000 819 250 300 1.......484 .120 Non-storage total ..... ........112 Total Dollars 10.054...00 9......800 3........ .739 6....420 320 857 250 400 970 200 634 870 410 1.60 24....00 19..008 4......100 12....... by State and United States..773 1.....780 160.20 50....000 cwt................000 cwt.000 2..............099 816.. United States. Crops Branch. ..662 5..............490 151.. . Crops Branch. Cwt.60 7.......050 2...50 8... 1..........564 6...........01 17.560 123.20 Acres Spring: AZ ..750 180 750 3.....875 73...30 75...50 7.......666 .......200 9.....90 15.. ............. 2010 4 .....850 6..50 15.900 500 2...880 6.......234 2..70 39.594 .. (202) 720–2127...370 65.420 163......... production.. ... 1. .....523 7............90 13.090 176 361 1.. 2002 ......—Onions.....000 600 2........590 3..... .........600 6...............599 73..... 5 OH and UT..... 2 Includes storage crop onions harvested but not sold because of shrinkage and loss......100 8..295 5.....448 2...080 153. essing....720 165....60 32.........066 79...........AG8 USDA ......05 11........70 8..........200 123 135 57..500 8.... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00019 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 2 Preliminary..... 10...........990 169.270 75.....090 123.................

00 270... 2010 . ERS.671 5.439 116.. 21⁄2 pounds of peas in the shell produce approximately 1 pound of shelled peas.. Acres 5.... .....00 265........ 2009 .368 6.07 1.905 96.... commercial crop: Area.. .052 140.. 2008 ........680 358.....149 6.....600 40.00 360.778 108.313 88..700 89. .............AG8 USDA .00 259..236 5...........00 196... and pearl onions......077 97.420 419. . OR .030 151.. NASS..800 28. 2007 .... Table 4-46...000 203..020 104......... (202) 694–5253........ Crops Branch......900 195.630 Tons 7. onion sets...460 76...............337 6... United States...680 358.000 cwt.00 US .85 1.100 91..553 1 Price and value at processing plant door...639 8.656 7...00 266.. NASS.000 dollars 103..916 6. 2000–2009 1 Year beginning July Imports Domestic exports 1.470 33....00 395............ and total value.02 1...510 43...00 255....400 175...730 360... yield.. 2004 . (202) 720–2127...925 6..... 2010 2 Dollars per ton 280. and NY.......00 298.00 3 2008 - H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-20......964 6. Specialty Crops Branch.... ... 2010 2 .....980 349.00 253......860 462..900 202.......240 383..390 370..00 367...........65 2... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29..S...300 14... Acres 211....060 64.680 Dollars per ton 286..... ............500 23.....200 229.... ... Oth Sts 3 .322 6...100 40.200 Acres 3. production...050 392..100 1 Includes bulb onions.... commercial crop: Area.........788 6.. by State and United States... 5......... NJ.910 28...000 209... 2003 .96 2...080 411..00 271......... 2001-2010 Value 1 Year Area harvested Yield per acre Production Per ton 2001 . Compiled from reports of the U. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00020 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 2009 2 Preliminary....130 6......... MD. value per ton........ WI ...760 31.—Peas.780 441..IL.00 291.......... MN ...00 1...910 84....500 210...... United States. 2006 ..100 17...00 329.......100 32..900 58....00 496... 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 1.......500 73..080 124. ....00 372..400 411.15 2...00 Dollars per ton 280.730 1. WA .... 2 Preliminary. Department of Commerce..00 247.....00 293..707 104..669 99... 2002 ....760 56.702 148........—Peas.00 1 Shelled 2008 basis.......400 Tons 10.05 Total Dollars 264..838 6......320 103.. green (for processing).00 251....00 263.......700 205........ Table 4-47...00 319..... ..640 212.....IV–20 STATISTICS OF VEGETABLES AND MELONS Table 4-45..75 2. and value per ton... 2005 . 2008–2010 1 Area harvested Production Value per unit State 2008 2009 2010 2 2008 2009 2010 2 DE . 209...........400 175.....88 1.00 319.00 2.00 291...... .780 441.00 255..100 18.....700 205....143 7.800 41.. green (for processing)...400 Tons Tons 390.000 cwt.200 40.000 40...........400 100..00 212..500 33. (202) 720–2127...800 Acres 5...390 Tons 10.174 6..... Crops Branch.—Onions (fresh market): Foreign trade..297 8..563 6.713 6............600 73..........00 308...... production....

30 35...60 79.000 cwt. CA .400 8..000 27....181 5.. 50.700 15..AG8 USDA . 8..300 3. 2008–2010 1 2 Area harvested Production Value per unit State 2008 2009 2010 3 2008 2009 2010 3 AZ ......... 3 Preliminary....10 4..170 4.300 Acres 2..... 29...428 1.70 27. 1... Acres 20...364 1 Chile peppers are defined as all peppers excluding bell peppers..............60 Dollars per cwt......116 336 378 US ..—Chile peppers for fresh market and processing: Area....790 4........443 5..... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29... production.....300 7..108 4.......200 Acres 19..502 116 153 172 156 169 156 167 172 200 Total Dollars 30..........100 2....00 31.000 cwt. (202) 720–2127...997 CA ....280 825 16..............800 5.....000 dollars 105.80 33....60 25.000 5..AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 IV–21 Table 4-48. FL ........ NJ .800 1..810 1.877 4..800 22.00 46. 224 1...000 cwt....071 875 368 1.000 30..—Chile peppers for fresh market and processing. NASS.000 27. 2008 . 2002-2010 1 Value Year Area harvested Yield per acre Production Per cwt 2002 ..800 2...10 50.200 Acres 20.748 111..10 71. 8.118 4..............500 Cwt.90 26.....90 30.50 1 Preliminary. (202) 720–2127.911 2.. NM ....000 cwt.....000 cwt..50 22...900 5. Table 4-50.00 24.. NC ..... by State and United States....... 210 2.900 51....40 40.. 7..80 Dollars per cwt.700 52.20 23. 2003 ......900 25...10 2 Estimates include both fresh and dry product com- Table 4-49..40 44.....800 3.800 22... 2006 ... commercial crop: Area...80 24.048 104.. 25... and value per hundredweight. (202) 720–2127........ United States..90 29............000 29...... MI ..200 24...400 1......000 cwt...888 2008 2009 2010 1 1.170 1 Chile peppers are defined as all peppers excluding bell peppers...90 24. 2005 ..... by State and United States......779 3.00 29.—Bell peppers for fresh market and processing: Area...062 4.000 cwt. 2009 ............502 26.745 111...600 11.....200 3. 2 Preliminary...600 3.........900 5....775 115....600 3....100 5.90 Dollars per cwt.10 1...385 260 US . production... Estimates include both fresh and dry product combined...... and total value.500 1...200 32...60 24...... bined... NASS.....236 117...80 32...... 2007 . Crops Branch. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00021 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-21..739 40..50 33. 36. 48....00 45.018 102....500 1. 2008 2009 2010 3 1.....00 Dollars per cwt.........90 21..... and value per hundredweight...40 27.40 74. production...... value..500 4....30 21.474 4.10 21... 2004 ...878 135..790 4..600 3..199 133.10 34..748 4.....50 30....962 174 1. TX .800 18...073 918 686 Dollars per cwt.....588 276 Dollars per cwt.40 72..70 23.. yield..400 1..984 612 400 1...50 30..... NASS.....200 2.50 30. Acres 30..200 3.90 30. Crops Branch.300 Acres 2....... 3.300 12....700 28...000 17..00 33. 2010 2 ..........400 17.. 28..... 234 1. GA ....400 2...... 2008–2010 Area harvested Production Value per unit State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 1..00 15.............. Crops Branch...... OH ....482 980 384 928 1....70 27.. Acres 3......... 49......... 44.50 32.700 3.....

601 404.....20 Value of production 1..800 53....000 cwt....673 458.799 636...432 28.770....632 3..... .000 cwt......744 25... (202) 720–2127....721....900 56... 5. . feed......141...000 dollars 473... and household use 1.....4 1...800 53.573 390.88 5.. ...... 2006 . 31.981..... received by farmers 1 Production 1.....122....9 1. United States.227 30.....557...652 24...045......208. United States.... 2003 ..04 7.. 1......... production........900 51.....401 494.......905 35. 2001–2009 Used on farms where produced Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Production ...........0 1...171 458....754 3.. and total value. United States.......60 30........876 3...............361 2.67 5....000 cwt..6 1..299.166....703 528. 401.300 52....046...386 5.. 2001–2010 Area planted Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ....546 4..700 52.537 24....... 437...644 417.931 NASS...700 Cwt......9 1....616 23................329 413. Crops Branch....... ... ..70 31......462 3........30 33.. 24.......... .......561 26..7 Area harvested Yield per harvested acre 1..........171 458.220....055 432.. ......309 411.... ...................055.2 1. Table 4-52..108.788 440..249.378 637.... (202) 720–2127..494 15......... NASS..IV–22 STATISTICS OF VEGETABLES AND MELONS Table 4-51.419 406.. .000 cwt...000 acres 1.......000 cwt.......668 16. 16...698 444......9 1..09 8....000 dollars 3. 2005 ..51 9..438 29.105 4.....273.000 50.. .... 2002 ...120.. 2008 obtained by weighting State prices by production.—Potatoes: Production..339...677..118 16.. 2009 ..086...478 398....... Table 4-53.801 4....................572 29...100 54...209 384........806 423..025.65 7........ .........639 29....199 455...2 1. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29.. 2010 1 ...........0 1.........593 24.. ...10 34.400 16..113 1 Preliminary......622 5.......... yield..620 585.......000 cwt..... season average price....888 16... 2001-2010 Value Year Area harvested Yield per acre Production Per cwt 2001 . hundredweight..192... value...565..........027 1.... 2008 ..........698 444..044...........AG8 USDA ........... .....710 16......875 415.199 455.008...... 358 362 367 391 390 393 396 396 414 401 Season average price per cwt...574 3...310 2..... 437...........265..—Bell peppers for fresh market and processing......135 Sold 1...31 7.....70 33.0 Cwt..2 1..273 Dollars 6.......000 acres 1... ....—Potatoes: Area......25 9........50 Total 1......060 421. Crops Branch... Acres 57....6 1.663 516...652 532.476 24...70 29.324 37.6 1...071.000 cwt.. Crops Branch........ 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00022 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-22.036 15.....9 1... NASS.557 464...4 1...535 Shrinkage and loss 1....055 432..610 24........2 1.780 53.710 3.......806 423. seed used.. ..139..........50 33.....138 4. and disposition.......567 1 2001-2007 obtained by weighting State prices by quantity sold.....005 26...788 440.....059.673 458.....739 285 291 302 310 282 296 298 312 329 299 Dollars 28.246..... 1.......797 4... yield.40 40. Total used for seed 1.601 For seed..4 1.......................99 6...... 2007 .........875 415.997 15... ...... and value.956 534........ commercial crop: Area. production.............. ....10 40...750 4.9 1..... 2004 .260 2.6 1......100 15. (202) 720–2127........

.... 2008 2009 2010 2008 1.......750 264. .950 19.... CO ....... 370 275 350 335 340 300 230 420 170 204 1...800 Jan...900 271.085 403..827 387... CA .4 2.560 4.....1 7..7 ..5 3.........601 404....000 cwt......... MA . .4 1.960 78........8 81... MO .. WA ...4 43. VerDate Aug 31 2005 2010 10:23 Feb 29.............. Malheur Co. (202) 720–2127.... 1.673 7..5 19......... 2..0 0........ .770 126. NC ..... 1.. 2. 8.4 56...3 18...1 6....300 258...599 480 2... OH .0 10.... 61........2 319....1 8.020 200.866 383..0 80..527 397..0 11...100 253..........520 119... 3...900 79......6 (D) (D) 16......1 37...3 3....300 1...... PA ..000 cwt....907 116................0 15..970 8.....544 366..W.4 5.205 1.. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00023 Fmt 1000 NASS.... .........0 7.460 50...2 1....953 546 3.... 2008 .9 1........8 5... 2003 ..........950 5......700 41.880 46...000 25..900 115.....923 1..254 ..... 109....... Other OR .....235 460 2.....397 2..971 Fall: CA .3 4.....9 17.020 155.....7 ....500 243......5 0...... Crops Branch...5 6..6 6...700 4.. . 405 410 300 385 360 320 275 260 465 240 .......0 1.... 2004 .5 45.107 2.4 16...9 ..132 ...2 3..485 267..321 24...460 ... OR ..700 1....7 19..120 22.002 1......420 45..5 0. 2007 .288 17.....245 2.. 1......5 ...........100 89.175 7.....696 22.4 27..8 411 429 416 378....AG8 USDA .. NJ .. 3......200 83........7 2.....518 140 93...5 155.. ..7 27. MN ..1 5. 1........046.......5 12.230 203....945 92 87.033 407.....210 166.700 169.875 20...4 306 351 321 13...... 2...........720 104.....3 4....550 75...7 7..... 45...0 9... IL ....... MD .090 199..0 63...9 17...0 .050 83.0 8.0 19.............017 375.300 55........0 17.. 197.0 10.......962 1.670 158.........5 48..990 45.....0 917.... 458...290 3.......0 55..............443 440 2..083 15........560 44. (202) 720–2127........0 6..000 cwt...... 230 245 .5 15.....950 125.......628 425 2..1 35...700 1...900 125.700 220.... 9.. FL ......416 .500 1...0 300........500 123.........4 3. 2005 1 ......900 265.....2 881.........000 acres 2009 Cwt. 2008 2009 2010 Cwt.590 236.800 258..132 ....845 3..... 275.....4 40... .... 153.... 1 2000 .......719 (D) (D) 5....000 acres 1......767 1..8 2.......8 3. TX ...0 55..... DE . 922.4 5. NY .. Co.... production.. 1......263 884 15.828 21......475 8..000 acres 1....... 68... TX . Hastings ....2 4.....230 28..5 9.205 165 88.....4 15...440 24..0 8..192 952 Total ..6 5....5 15..........0 62.....0 2. 234..728 736 1.... Spring: AZ .676 1... 15 Major States.0 16.270 42.588 393.0 289..000 609 20.......5 470 385 383 540 375 270 260 350 425 330 425 410 390 320 280 325 529 460 535 265 280 600 415 495 400 415 500 410 275 260 360 460 340 440 470 400 300 255 335 580 . by State and United States....388 2..040 85.0 8........ ND ..125 704 21..094 1............110 128.....0 8... and marketing year price per hundredweight received by farmers.. 310. CA ..3 2.1 35......... 1.6 134...000 88...505 US ..680 231..000 cwt...8 43...680 1......0 396 414 401 415.0 278.000 cwt........0 2..008..........536 750 1.... 1 May 1 June 1 1.. NV ........8 20.000 cwt...1 44..............010 3.....756 2... 2001 . Table 4-55..293 Total ..604 12.100 192.080 132..... 10 S......490 189.400 3........ KS .....296 1.—Potatoes: Area........951 Total ........ 1 Mar.....5 2.700 120.3 7.....377 1.....160 391 3. 2006 .075 2...—Fall potatoes: Production and total stocks held by growers and local dealers.9 1.........9 16.. Other ID .5 55...935 7. ...7 5.....000 cwt..530 2.000 cwt..474 714 2.7 ...5 28... 9.....118 389.......800 232.0 2.. 310 230 610 460 435 390 384 545 375 290 285 360 405 325 415 (D) (D) 320 275 290 565 .0 54....528 112.....000 cwt..................301 5.......490 233... 11.660 17.....500 9..520 1... MI ......000 cwt...500 225.....800 128.......4 143.AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 IV–23 Table 4-54. .. 2............. Total ...0 31..........036 10....100 108.3 300 450 285 285 285 180 210 280 410 266 260 275 225 235 280 405 250 250 250 195 235 1....500 159...260 192.. Other FL .......250 15.......... RI ..8 293 289 289 20.... 11.050 6.400 152.9 5...960 22...000 cwt. 2002 .......892 1...8 73......9 304. VA . 2008–2010 Area harvested Yield Production Season and State Winter: CA ............. Crops Branch... 245 275 660 395 3...........120 1 Beginning in 2005 13 major States..6 5.....590 165.... NASS..5 75........300 183.... MT .... Cwt..925 1...120 7....... CO .. 1 Feb..273 (D) Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations........055 432...378 2... .... 1.....9 1....... 1............980 2.....952 4... NM .8 2. 3. Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-23.375 14..700 3......... WI ...0 8.0 8.200 199...........7 85.....3 11....610 1.500 163..2 294.............200 234.8 32...044.. 2009 .......0 4.160 81.9 14....875 2....753 369...805 15... ID .....660 20....6 4......951 1.7 42......132 21..465 8.......... 230 245 .. 2000–2009 Total stocks Crop year Production Following year Dec...6 170 360 370 250 395 320 300 190 230 395 220 .566 404.... 1 Apr..058 ............298 8............ ME .020 51.530 2. ..270 224..1 2......... NE ...948 21.000 15....900 203...300 213..680 683 18...........730 3.769 702 14...700 265.410 3.375 1....0 61.930 7..797 Summer: AL ..5 42....280 168..500 115..0 54..

1......... ME ......... OR ......000 cwt...100 20....500 3........500 7.............500 7......800 10.100 7.700 ......200 4........300 5.....900 42...100 9..600 10.......100 3..400 53..000 1......000 38.....000 47.100 2.500 4........300 13. and other losses that occur after the date of each estimate.......000 cwt...400 ..—Fall potatoes: Total stocks held by growers and local dealers........ 2009 CA .........800 16... (D) Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations......... 1. 1..000 cwt..000 11..300 203....800 . 1.. 2009 Feb.700 3...300 22.. 2010 Mar..100 45..500 2..... 4..... Oregon... 1......... 243..000 cwt....500 14.. and shrinkage..............900 11..000 12.700 128.........100 .. 2 Includes potato stocks in California and Klamath County.400 4......400 23..........000 6... 1. (202) 720–2127.400 (D) 1..800 3. 600 4............300 Klamath Basin 2 .....800 6.........500 3. 13 States... 800 8.......... CO ... 1.500 620 13 State total .... ID ....700 2.... 1...900 98...000 2.....100 3.... 1....200 3........800 15.800 10..........400 ........000 45..000 (D) (D) (D) 1........000 8............... 1.900 3. 1...100 53....... 400 3. ID .......500 15.... 2009 Mar..400 13.. 2010 Apr...300 2....000 11....400 9............700 66......AG8 USDA .....700 2...000 cwt............ 1.500 8.... 1.....900 1......... 1.100 2....400 4..600 .100 43...000 1......000 27.000 8..100 15.....................000 10........100 (D) 3..200 4...... NE .... 2009 June 1.........100 1...800 2.700 75.........300 770 (D) 1 Stocks are defined as the quantity (whether sold or not) remaining in storage for all purposes and uses.300 8..........100 1..000 cwt. 1....200 (D) 3...... including seed potatoes that are not yet moved... 1.700 700 4...900 16....... ND .....200 700 6.........000 12...............900 (D) (D) (D) 2.300 25......200 1....700 4.200 5.100 49.IV–24 STATISTICS OF VEGETABLES AND MELONS Table 4-56..300 16...... 1........ MT .500 10. 1.......... NY ...400 5.....000 9..........600 11..300 7.000 13..700 89...000 cwt.200 8........ MI ...200 3. 1.. OR ........700 3....... Other ........ 4. ND ....500 1........500 67.....800 12... NASS.500 14.........600 85...500 2.000 14............200 78.... 2009 Apr...800 2...300 8.900 32..500 169......450 750 (D) Crop of 2009 State Dec.. WA . NY ... NE ..... 2010 Feb.....600 1. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00024 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-24.......100 56....500 9........200 3... WA ..........900 (D) 4.....800 2.........200 (D) 4. waste.....000 6.000 17.......600 10... 800 9..800 21. MT . MN .200 1..600 3............200 3...800 78.............000 cwt......800 234................ 1..... 1...200 (D) 2..700 213..300 5..... 1. 500 5....... Crops Branch..200 500 5......000 12.200 183...400 . 2010 May 1...900 152....300 3...300 ..000 cwt........120 Klamath Basin 2 .. 2010 June 1.300 900 7...........000 5........... 1..........700 6..... 1.300 12........500 17...400 7........300 300 800 13 State total ...600 2........... 1.800 410 1.............. 400 3............ 2009 Jan...000 3.....400 8..900 38.......800 .....700 34.. 1......... MN .....900 88...800 700 1...000 cwt............400 2......300 3...........000 cwt....000 1.300 12............... Included in the 13 States total.800 7...300 9..600 ................ WI .... ME . VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29. 1. 1.....700 115. 2......300 5.100 10.. 265.. MI ......600 13.400 12.500 10......... 2008 Jan.....800 14................. WI ... crop of 2008 and 2009 1 Crop of 2008 State Dec............. 2010 CA .........000 cwt...700 2........100 1.......100 11.. 1... 2009 May 1..800 31..600 14...........610 55.500 2......000 cwt...500 3. Other ...........000 cwt...300 3.... CO .

............628 24...........160 22...................................639 2.....................181 Total sales ................................. Idaho for 2004..........744 2............... 3. Household use ........... soups) ......144 1........................ 116................. Canned potatoes . Seed ........................... 27.732 Total ...................666 30.626 51..........457 21.846 1..... Household use .. 421... Canned potatoes .................................. 2006 2007 2008 2009 1............424 255..........612 Other sales: Livestock feed ......070 790 5.....959 3.....788 23...........760 24.......220 23.........986 1..............197 28.... 120..............049 26....272 Total ..........504 Total ....604 1.............698 444.... Shrinkage and loss 2 ............ 109.................. 113.610 1.......................................... For processing: Chips and shoestring .........................................135 Total non-sales . United States.........892 253.............................398 2..........................437 126...........................438 3.197 37.....................555 2.870 42... 113......... 406.......297 803 20......176 959 1.548 44.000 cwt.005 24...419 NON-SALES Seed used on farms where grown .....055 432......478 398....AG8 USDA ..............663 1..................788 Item SALES Table stock .................................... stews........................................................670 Total production .........754 276.... 4.....004 1.................................852 22...000 cwt.................. Other frozen products ......... crop years 2002–2009 Item SALES Table stock .............967 252............000 cwt......572 Total non-sales ...326 64... Other canned products (hash....... 440........520 1...... Crops Branch...........640 51.............................900 6.......................... Shrinkage and loss .......478 30......................908 1..624 26..........546 51........................... 267......343 49...........................189 29..044 24.....................533 20........................644 417........................................................889 10:23 Feb 29...................................................................................... Starch and flour ................ 123...369 54................................. 110.............AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 IV–25 Table 4-57...............................229 1..............875 28........171 458..905 4........................504 800 4..................357 124.............610 23....... stews...................... Frozen french fries ........ Starch and flour ........................................957 930 1..589 21.......................................983 748 6.............931 NON-SALES Seed used on farms where grown .............. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00025 2 Includes Fmt 1000 potatoes disposed of by the United Fresh Potato Growers of Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-25...............346 1..........544 35.............. Dehydration 1 ....................561 3.......................—Potatoes: Utilization...545 25...573 390..209 384...........000 cwt..................................................... 131......................... Frozen french fries ........189 1.....000 cwt.............................................................000 cwt......038 264...119 29..... Other frozen products ............365 43...199 455...909 22..........123 19.527 40..706 270...719 134......... soups) ....351 1.432 3................................ For processing: Chips and shoestring ........ 262...............571 2..................................................324 3....369 Total production ...........................230 29................875 415..............576 33....477 138.........................000 cwt.......089 1. (202) 720–2127.............021 139............................623 1........................329 413.................. 36........233 33.....................378 24.........288 42....... Dehydration 1 ..................008 1............951 2.....853 Other sales: Livestock feed ..........................286 1................ Seed ........ 34............................809 126.......646 134......752 Total sales ...........................335 1.............. 2003 2004 2005 1..................519 2.............................524 51....000 cwt..703 26.050 55.912 1............988 40...........389 33.. NASS..........860 1..............................377 48..806 423.309 411..... 3.005 2............083 24........002 1.....600 1....315 823 26..........219 Total .............. 1..029 50....... 25............................. 458. Other canned products (hash.....701 52....284 49....................156 132....601 1 Dehydrated products except starch and flour. VerDate Aug 31 2005 2002 1....................

......000 cwt.... feed.....250 1..........953 546 3.....544 20. ID ....980 27...............666 7.......................089 Spring: AZ ......690 8 1..321 2.......... 393.....599 480 2......................................175 7............. .................................................110 2........ MT ...............951 80 813 748 501 247 272 149 2 215 ...................... 2.............410 3....728 736 1.......................200 968 75 1............000 cwt......945 92 87....................... 1........... RI ... 2..........693 81 81... NM ...... VA .... MO .950 19... DE ..443 6............ ND .770 19...................844 1...................151 3..............243 27..................................125 704 21.. 1........560 4....... TX ....675 1.. CA ............ CO ..............062 244 738 20......... 32 1........................................ FL 1 Hastings .. 1......................322 1....000 215 4 215 311 207 205 ...............700 4........465 122................ and household use Shrinkage and loss 1...547 17.................660 20...........187 Fall: CA ...........................460 2..........................................027 4..700 3.....................816 7................ 432....356 425 646 287 273 351 1.......... Sold 1.......... NY ....... 43 2............................... ....................................—Potatoes: Production...... 15............132 297 ................... 55 105 9 40 69 7 20 9 15 40 .......................... NE ..........IV–26 STATISTICS OF VEGETABLES AND MELONS Table 4-58..............................................................132 297 ...................... MA .000 cwt.... 52 175 1 100 7 1 250 250 436 2............ Crops Branch........................ 54 104 23 143 120 32 146 34 126 93 .........................002 1........................ .....960 22..260 695 19......375 1............. NV ........................................287 4......750 1.604 875 48 369 15.......... MI ...............375 1..................980 143 1.000 1....135 398. WA .... NJ ......................................... 4 1 35 ........ seed used.910 2.... 43 2...............................................490 470 1............ For seed....... 1 . 1........060 945 288 494 144 136 389 1......... by seasonal groups.......767 1........ Winter: CA .....................................205 Total .... TX ..361 1.......................................... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29............374 Total .....298 8..... 21.905 2................... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00026 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-26............................ 1....080 132.080 805 13...............300 14..............438 . 3.. and disposition........................ OH .........089 Total .........................................601 24.........................................................................................................033 2..263 884 15.659 728 1............................... ME ....316 US ................... NASS......................... 3 2 2 ..227 84 1.............680 46 891 152 14 3... IL .............. CO .... (202) 720–2127............120 7.....365 9... MD ................................................. crop of 2009 Used on farms where produced Season and State Production Total used for seed 1.................... KS ...775 3..376 3....................906 Total ...................... 1.985 361..................377 1........... NC .......................... 14 13 13 144 549 515 34 .........................000 cwt.......230 28......................... Spring potato ‘‘Total used for Seed’’ includes winter and spring potatoes..........525 3....... OR .........................931 1 Winter potatoes combined with spring potatoes in 2008..927 1........... MN ............................416 ..........................450 245 10 5.........793 4...... WI ..500 15..... CA ..............................000 cwt...........AG8 USDA .......105 6........933 534 3.......339 Summer: AL ...535 29...........................756 2. Other 1 .............290 3........... PA ................................524 18..... ..............................................397 2...... .............

........... Guatemala ............ Singapore .................. Russia ..........................724 2................... (*) Denotes a country that is a summarization of its component countries.......................127 4.........................197 209...152 10.................................... 170................AG8 USDA ............... Taiwan ....................... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00027 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-27... .................678 842 3 1...................681 10.... ERS..........................948 18. Egypt ........... Hong Kong .......................................773 1....................727 12...883 84.. Other Partners .... Bahamas................................ fresh & seed: United States exports by country of destination and imports by country of origin... Compiled from reports of the U....... Cameroon ............... Table 4-60..........765 8.285 4........730 5............ Office of Global Analysis..... ..382 664 1..............830 1...........401 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 World Total ....... Japan .......... Netherlands ..514 2......431 955 60 1.........642 0 1..882 1.....................949 10............ VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29........................972 3..611 7.......AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 IV–27 Table 4-59......592 63 22 30 2 0 0 0 415...............045 6.....588 8.........986 8.........................152 1 Includes seed......000 cwt......644 9...... Dominican Republic ..................................958 719 2.......... ..386 9....089 5..........................687 3..............................709 415..........126 424............031 3..........986 330..............758 3......695 6. 5..... Costa Rica ...... France(*) ..................................967 7............. Specialty Crops Branch.............................256 978 492 0 0 659 861 0 9............ Mexico .091 5.......549 228...................550 9....... ....—Potatoes...................................877 1.... 1............... ..........................085 3............265 7....798 6.............. Colombia ..........604 8..............—Potatoes (fresh): Foreign trade.........423 9...............................080 933 930 891 878 511 495 462 413 326 3.......................... Panama ..................................062 33 1. .... 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 ......... Malaysia ........... 534.........................084 498 426 0 22 749 1......................... 534......535 9.........852 10......................................333 1.......082 40 0 0 0 3 3 1 424... Korea.. (!) Denotes a country which is summarized into its obsolete country... 2008–2010 Country 2008 2009 Metric tons 2010 1 Metric tons Metric tons Exports Canada ................................ Philippines ............ Indonesia ........ Dominican Republic ...... Department of Commerce. Honduras ................933 5....082 World Total .......................... Sierra Leone . The ..................532 684 1.. Uruguay ...... France(!) ... South .................... 2000–2009 1 Year beginning July Imports for consumption Domestic exports 1............... (202) 720-6301.488 3.............411 12010 data does not reflect 13 month changes................ Leeward-Windward Islands(*) ......................287 5............430 6............................. .................846 Imports Canada ..072 1...................273 0 12................... ............... El Salvador ..............S... (202) 694–5253......884 1.....731 6...........000 cwt............................................... United States.............. FAS......................... Nicaragua ... China ....574 385............... Jamaica ......354 67.....................205 53...........571 6............. 290. ............

...... Table 4-62. 2007 ...100 6..........80 9..........92 9...539 1 Preliminary. PA .......800 5...203 91.. 208 206 225 246 240 250 246 211 219 1... 1...300 45.484 4.......00 18.........960 986 1.500 6....756 10.300 12.000 cwt............ MI ..00 29......200 15.—Pumpkins for fresh market and processing...00 11... 12..... (202) 720–2127......400 44..609 103..—Pumpkins for fresh market and processing: Area. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00028 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-28. OH .....313 10.300 Acres 6..712 80.....10 3..000 7....98 10......700 1....730 116. 2010 1 ...509 8......313 10..00 15...64 9.600 6........000 43.900 43.000 dollars 91........47 14.....291 737 750 1.. NY .......00 US ..... 2003 ......50 24.50 36...20 16.....00 1 Preliminary........462 1.....800 6.90 3.484 11..700 45.........AG8 USDA ........ (202) 720–2127.50 Dollars per cwt...400 44... yield.800 43. 2002-2010 Value Year Area harvested Yield per acre Production Per cwt 2002 ..458 10.....519 137.500 6..860 4.....651 104..........700 Acres 5..............100 12....000 cwt...100 48.......500 Cwt.20 15..240 1.50 15...20 24..........10 Dollars per cwt.072 102... 2006 ...67 14...624 12......04 9..00 1... 43...624 Total Dollars 10... commercial crop: Area..500 10. 2004 ..90 11.. 2005 ..50 4.... 1... NASS.. 2008 . Acres 5... IL . 1. production.623 123. and total value.90 11...00 11....700 6....479 4..000 cwt. 2008–2010 Area harvested Production Value per unit State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 CA .663 9.. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29...100 48...10 17.. 10..IV–28 STATISTICS OF VEGETABLES AND MELONS Table 4-61..104 972 Dollars per cwt...135 10.. hundredweight.....062 931 1... 2009 ... 13. production..000 cwt.000 39. Crops Branch.085 10.... 8..100 6..800 6.. by State and United States. and value per hundredweight.. value. United States.....900 6...237 819 1. Acres 41....80 12.......274 952 1... Crops Branch. NASS.900 6.663 9.......

...20 40...... yield..000 25.........600 38...........924 2 Preliminary...... 2010 2 ...90 Dollars per cwt...47 7.12 9......20 36.—Spinach for fresh market.000 dollars 14...00 127...756 7...721 6.. Crops Branch..821 1 Preliminary.000 1.125 280 132 359 1..00 42.00 114.600 9.00 34. value per hundredweight.. value per ton. 2008 .600 38...089 5..40 8. 3......100 12......—Spinach for processing.240 69.. 2004 .000 dollars 112.. 2009 .. NASS..00 143.088 10...809 10......500 1......900 5.000 cwt...500 31. Table 4-65...... 2008 2009 2010 1 1.....30 33. (202) 720–2127.096 6......500 1...000 cwt.000 1 Price and value at processing plant door..90 45. 2007 ..133 Total Dollars 32..20 22..045 5..50 10.00 109.400 11.. 35.....52 10.90 2 2008-2010 .......00 104..00 107........... 2002 ..000 cwt.90 23......400 10......100 11..150 12....600 42...900 35. 2006 . and value per hundredweight. (202) 720–2127....00 29.... TX ..200 10...100 2... NASS.400 1... Crops Branch....70 39. Crops Branch. NASS.... 2001-2010 Value 1 Year Area harvested Yield per acre Production Per ton 2001 .721 6..220 98.130 130....50 41.. United States......000 1......140 Dollars 116.625 5....00 116.10 43.... and total value.....133 33.....58 10.90 22.. 2008 .... 2004 ..335 119 190 364 Dollars per cwt...... Acres 5. United States.—Spinach for fresh market: Area........ VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29. 2006 .980 Acres 6.AG8 USDA .....000 25.. 2005 .... 1.824 15............068 158.....079 5...74 Tons 127....385 187. 2003 .540 95....774 163..952 193. 131 146 150 157 167 166 159 160 186 158 1.. Table 4-64..711 127.. 39... production........ 2002 ...100 106...00 44. production. CA . 2007 .CO and MD.458 4........000 3.30 Dollars per cwt.500 36..450 31...880 36...560 97....... (202) 720–2127. Acres 13....420 14. 2003 .. 2008–2010 Area harvested Production Value per unit State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 AZ .90 32.......80 29.....500 25.... Frm 00029 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-29.... yield.940 11......667 8.....500 Acres 7.... by State and United States....... Cwt..................00 Total 1....... 2001-2010 Value 1 Year Area harvested Yield per acre Production Per cwt 2001 ....123 12.00 124.. and total value....20 22..821 6.......722 161..30 8..50 41.... 1..424 256.AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 IV–29 Table 4-63....900 1 Price and value at point of first sale..30 6..... Acres 26....125 4....700 33.680 36....167 2 Preliminary.................. 34.........144 12...........15 9..............................20 34....800 103......00 37.23 7.... 825 4......70 39....400 9.......680 36.000 cwt... commercial crop: Area..... commercial crop: Area.90 1........660 85. NJ .........500 600 3...... 2010 2 .......170 5... production..40 34.600 1..... 40..698 12.00 127.. Oth Sts 2 ... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Tons 9....000 203 88 360 US . 2005 .170 120......052 269. 2009 ....831 12..20 26....732 180.

845 21....... Crops Branch.0 3...740 55 210 30 1.00 143..200 .........090 Tons 62..20 17.366 .. (202) 720–2127.. 17.....2 46..100 3.00 127. ...00 19. 1.443 19..80 20.. 10.... US .. 2008–2010 Area harvested Production Market year average price per cwt.......10 20..... and value per ton.4 87. 391 463 5............. .......000 acres 2... NC ..........000 103..........0 18..... Yield per acre 1...... Dollars 12............3 96.. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29.448 281............00 120.200 10.......000 cwt.....00 122....103 298.... 2008-2010 Area harvested Production Value per unit State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 CA ..10 18..........620 1....469 23.... 18..... NJ ....000 cwt.000 cwt.6 92.5 17..... MS ................000 acres 2........... CA ..2 3.......308 1 Obtained by weighting State prices by production....00 144..50 18... Table 4-68..... Crops Branch. .....20 21...00 Dollars per ton 156.80 19......660 1 Preliminary...390 442 2..... FL 1 ... ....100 11.10 ......... 120 .... (D) ...845 155 156 172 174 178 188 186 190 201 204 Dollars 15....... 1...........50 18........ NASS..10 1 Estimates began in 2009........ .. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00030 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-30...... season average price per hundredweight received by farmers....900 Tons 67..........100 3...........070 18..NJ and TX............40 9.5 1.... NASS..0 1.. Oth Sts 2 . 1.443 19..40 20....... United States...9 18.60 17........559 284.470 3....—Spinach for processing: Area... yield.........50 ... and value.... NASS.. .....8 .....9 116............—Sweet Potatoes: Area.469 23.00 14.. by State and United States...5 0.... 1....2 46...650 305..... Acres 7....000 cwt.... Dollars 6....916 352 1....... 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 Tons 52..0 0.........AG8 USDA .... LA . 480 480 6... State 2008 2009 2010 2008 2009 2010 2008 2009 2010 AL .00 85....00 2 2008-2010 ..110 US .550 33.....799 15.500 2...5 1.........5 .. (202) 720–2127..100 Acres 7.......265 132 9... Table 4-67.........730 16........... (D) Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual oper- ations.. SC 2 ..600 Acres 8...56 13..10 Value of production 1..20 21.00 .... production.354 150 8.... AR 1 .............4 13.......... by State and United States..490 Dollars per ton 126....80 20.....30 18.8 88. VA 2 .........0 .. production. TX ..60 26.......140 124..... 14....20 18....80 30........0 ...3 92..3 97..30 29.............000 dollars 222.....IV–30 STATISTICS OF VEGETABLES AND MELONS Table 4-66.2 12....00 Dollars per ton 118.... ........... 97.515 12............ 4.600 143 9....000 acres 3..30 21......650 32.... (202) 720–2127.......720 .......677 478.30 (D) 19...........50 13.0 19....30 16...3 116.9 2 Estimates discontinued in 2009. 1.... production.....000 acres 93..... ..80 24......40 ....... 96.891 16......... ..658 214........80 ..9 Market year average price 1 Production Cwt.........00 18..... 14............401 18.. 11.........100 2.80 32.....450 36....90 18.0 20.. 1..3 1..0 1.. Crops Branch.. 1..... 2001–2010 Area harvested Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 .20 26......... 130 ..112 15.....3 2.......6 82..572 423.........4 97....060 390...540 95.....388 330.—Sweet Potatoes: Area.... 438 ......0 ...4 3......... 30...3 54.........3 ..0 11. and season average price per hundredweight received by farmers... 1.75 Dollars 20..

... Crops Branch..... 2004 ...590 0...80 30..218 1.50 28.60 30.400 1.... 2008 ..30 52..........200 1... OH .000 800 1.....600 3.200 500 600 1. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29.900 Price per pound Value of production Dollars 1.542 30....40 24.000 9... 2004 .......—Squash for fresh market and processing: Area..300 4...540 0...60 45....300 1........50 28.20 31...000 cwt.318 7.........365 325 540 352 465 404 141 65 140 1..00 28...060 1....10 1 Preliminary..200 4.283 203.516 1 Preliminary. 2002 ....500 8.. Table 4-71.700 1.808 2..... 2006 .000 cwt......440 2. 2009 ....600 42....128 996 500 1.570 0.....00 23...... GA ..20 27...70 41.....70 53.AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 IV–31 Table 4-69...360 2.20 8.60 32..320 360 760 363 363 398 125 74 300 1...........542 168 151 146 154 165 151 158 164 150 Total Dollars 23.............613 205... 2005 . 42....900 1.266 6......80 Dollars per cwt.................. 2007 .. Crops Branch. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00031 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-31.... TN ...............610 0..50 17. (202) 720–2127.... 29. Acres 5... 1.AG8 USDA .....322 2......000 pounds 6..100 4... 28.20 31.000 6..........592 1 Preliminary. 2008–2010 Area harvested Production Value per unit State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 CA .. MI .................... NASS..... OR ......300 48. Crops Branch.... 1.300 5.400 43.000 cwt.........20 34..459 173..565 2...................294 2.439 7.... and value per hundredweight... price....144 1..00 32.800 4.... NJ .....900 43..300 1.. NASS.320 372 897 306 272 325 66 42 170 Dollars per cwt.....500 Acres 5....30 Dollars per cwt.. 2001–2010 Year Total area Production Acres 2001 .50 19..30 42.. 2008 . value and total value..40 45.....000 5...80 US ...........600 3.100 4... FL ..20 32.100 900 1............. commercial crop: Area.......... total production..000 dollars 0.... by State and United States.80 42. 2005 .... NC .....00 28......600 3..........540 0.500 6..... SC ......700 2....219 6..31 31...500 2.30 9...000 dollars 202...219 6... 1... Table 4-70........ 2006 ...... 2010 1 .540 0........ production.............. and value.000 cwt...392 3..500 Cwt. NY .530 0..092 480 1.229 188...60 32..80 28.975 187.....900 43....400 6....... TX ............400 Acres 6.........700 2.. 2003 ... 440 430 420 370 360 380 380 390 445 475 1....202 7. 2002-2010 Value Year Area harvested Yield per acre Production Per cwt 2002 .......100 5.....90 36....... (202) 720–2127..500 1...300 4. 26.....687 7..........000 4....846 192.20 27...800 3.00 35...00 76.... 2007 .620 0........ production.......000 6......800 5.687 7....464 203............................645 3.—Squash for fresh market and processing......500 2..000 3.......300 6...200 41.......... NASS...—Taro: Area.400 43.. Acres 52.00 29.00 9........... 2010 1 ............... 8.....800 8.60 28.00 18..00 30....540 0.300 48. yield..400 48....... 1.........600 49..10 1. 2003 ... Hawaii.......10 25...500 3......946 6.....00 26.....000 3.666 2.50 9..50 25.......500 4..200 1..... 2009 ..00 42... (202) 720–2127.792 7... United States..917 204..

...177 1.900 Yield per acre Tons 33..... 2002 .588 35.473 679.000 cwt...50 Total 1.985.60 60..717 40...948 38. 2 Includes exports for military-civilian feeding abroad... United States. 3 Converted to pounds from liters...906 12..670..44 40.744 324... NASS.325 Canned whole Catsup and sauces 1.250 497.344.365 449... 2010 3 Yield per acre Production Per cwt...600 296.20 79..235 28.10 1 Price and value at point of first sale.390.082 82. Fresh Domestic exports 2 Canned 1 1.62 44.417 459.957 1.......700 128...916 Dollars 30..324 14.000 dollars 547...285 620.160 1..41 40.007 441.247 2..20 58.290 Paste Juice 3 1.776.754 Acres 274. yield...324....420.827 500..500 327.588 3..806 17.560 12..895 364.114.—Tomatoes.400 313..90 66.761 982..912 926.692 3 Preliminary.. ..720 11.....149 633.... (202) 694–5253..500 2001 ... Table 4-73... value per hundredweight and per ton.721 470....961 313.244 303.. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29. H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-32.266.000 pounds 39.00 31. 2008 . 2012 Jkt 000000 For processing Value 1 PO 00000 2 Price Frm 00032 Area harvested Total 1.998 438.. Cwt....584.708.200 293.501.80 36..984.110 112.. 2005 ..65 37..38 33....000 pounds 32.297 1..248.212 473.757 1.AG8 USDA ..841 409..552 2.631 2.627 31.873 510..274 33.15 35.599 472..168... .482 15..643 7...60 37...506 492....000 pounds 215.710 12.113 250.000 pounds 398..137 33.601 319...305......20 58. 2001–2010 For fresh market Year Area harvested Acres 130.... production.. 37.897 1..393 389. 2007 .. ..088 542.. 2003 ....000 pounds 355.421 1.....000 dollars 1.923 102.536 22..020 119.800 288..000 pounds 253.—Tomatoes: Foreign trade.620 281.819.415..605 142..823 576.. .305.. Department of Commerce. .184 28..004 2.40 71.441 719.217 1... Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 Value 2 Production Per ton Tons 9...390.602 387..271 394..209.S..22 and value at processing plant door.907 1 Includes all canned tomato and tomato product imports except paste...373 1...131.840 129.. Specialty Crops Branch.375 96. United States.200 108.484 202. and total value.40 41.218.50 42...80 87. Compiled from reports of the U.970.. 2006 .....562 106. 2004 .611.252.920 300..438 Fresh 1... and is on a product-weight-basis....290..70 58. .820 13.265 2.956 3.279 417...424 1. 2000–2009 Imports Year beginning July 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 .. 2009 .987 704.052 371......659.941 125.120 10..988 78. ..681 9.828 78.708 1..20 72..033 36.296 Paste 1.739 4.483 435.097 333. Crops Branch...516 2.713 3..50 37.280 Dollars 59....414 367. ERS.410 10.100 105..583.478 1.700 104...693 1....458 375.704 364..801 1.37 41. 288 307 295 296 307 302 311 296 306 277 1.632 441.464 105..968 2..250 108.569 206.. commercial crop: Area...400 124..701 39.000 120..364 37.434 3.60 43...820 12.000 pounds 1..820 9... ....50 40.80 45.940 299...729 24.193.IV–32 STATISTICS OF VEGETABLES AND MELONS Table 4-72.860 1.924 280.860 312.300 277.40 48..70 34.669 901..885..890 12. (202) 720–2127. .....206 331.480 2..000 pounds 77.044 1.

.... production.305...000 102..235 28.....900 4.......AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 IV–33 Table 4-74..500 327.. grape..300 4............ H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-74.00 ...... (202) 720–2127...........00 42...70 84.500 5.40 80.000 2. NY .400 5..00 71.280 79........00 31...00 98.50 3 2010 .......360 112 1.....776.....970......000 39... 1...... by State and United States.........800 308.... PA ....300 2.....600 1... CA .00 44.700 2....20 94... OH .260 120 600 638 350 1...137 33.....000 4....................30 12..250 900 37. NASS.30 56......000 9...... 403 64 11..820 13.......60 43......80 42.. 1...00 136....... Dollars per cwt.........000 9..314....820 13..000 31..00 100....50 40...269 253 408 1.000 249...............00 33...916 FOR PROCESSING Acres Acres Acres Tons Tons CA ....316 .000 1.620 US ..000 2... 4........... 900 2.200 4.....400 4..500 4........10 72..00 33...00 34. SC .. commercial crop: Area. VerDate Aug 31 2005 Value per unit Utilization and State 10:23 Feb 29.60 100....20 72..600 2..560 1 Cherry..655 10..340 78.....100 2...30 49......... 32...00 46...120 Dollars per cwt.30 59....900 2...80 51.000 132..00 35...00 45....20 93....00 55..800 ...297......70 30.AG8 USDA .700 .........000 cwt....00 61...... 105......500 31..900 2. and value per hundredweight and per ton......600 4.... 25.....000 cwt.300 3..00 53.100 38....... FL .GA and TX.... 54..400 6......50 31.. 296..00 36.... NC ........70 .500 4. IN ...000 8.00 51...00 100.....00 57. AL ....536 289 333 1.. VA ..440 115..250 108.298 1....200 900 2...700 1.000 205.500 800 2.340 132..600 270...700 104.. 31..088 1... GA .. 1.... MI ...500 3.10 113. MI ....122 1..800 3.....000 321..10 65....10 Tons Dollars per ton Dollars per ton Dollars per ton 12.....458 840 144 546 624 513 1.109 352 488 1.............00 107.00 57..600 202....50 32. tomatillo............900 12.........120 130 1.000 ..440 ............. TX ....90 ..500 158. Oth Sts 3 .700 3.80 87....800 3.....00 110.800 288.. and greenhouse tomatoes are exclued..... 1.40 56.800 475 279 11.. 78....90 72.300 1.. 108 400 624 392 704 1.. NJ .. AR ........ 945 1.........310 12........ 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00033 Fmt 1000 2 Preliminary..........40 48.700 .... Crops Branch..970 8...800 11...300 1...000 800 4.....10 48.......000 33... 410 187 11...50 33..00 74......400 4..600 3.. 1... OH ...00 54..50 . IN .426 ..40 105.....00 37..500 4.... Dollars per cwt...... 2008–2010 1 Area harvested Production 2008 2009 2010 2 2008 2009 2010 2 2008 2009 2010 2 FOR FRESH MARKET Acres Acres Acres 1.000 29...............00 33.....000 cwt...... 279. TN ...900 2...—Tomatoes..822.....90 84..600 1.00 34... Sfmt 1000 45..60 38....30 US .......600 ..00 86.............

022 25.510 30. Oct.... table ..226 50 13 43 164 527 3... Toms..944 282 57 178 63 689 394 42.. dry-organic ......809 3.912 2....... 1 2 1 1.. Market News Branch.......... Cantaloup-organic .......931 45.. 44 55 215 629 1... ............... Plum Type . Mixed & misc.... . Okra .... .....................861 9..........172 1.. .... 1...929 8...196 1......... 3 .............. Grape Typeorganic ....054 1..394 1... .......866 33 4.... Tomatoes ...............845 25 ....333 32...... ... 1.......... Tomatoes..004 3...... 769 611 290 111 5 2 ...000 cwt...........499 2...... May June July Aug.000 cwt.. Broccoli .881 1.... Toms.................. ... fresh: Total reported domestic rail.......... 1 303 9.. .................. .960 ............ Beans .....................144 537 635 589 589 567 639 642 659 704 598 636 313 265 301 283 284 241 248 272 241 246 333 1..........129 1.. .........443 143 34 64 110 1........... ........826 418..302 8..... 47 80 1...... seedless ........183 3.....014 8................301 1............................. Celery .....organic ........ Carrots .128 1..................409 54 43 49 45 43 45 34 48 42 25 23 44 82 210 407 322 427 361 121 81 45 41 91 162 296 182 216 74 86 46 156 239 228 680 522 708 639 701 662 630 644 602 626 626 1... . 41 507 508 577 521 831 476 418 406 199 60 60 114 122 139 49 27 52 127 61 53 ....403 805 62 18 5 ...002 30........817 31..992 2... romaine ..565 14.821 13 15 15 14 5 1 4 10 19 28 25 10 10 11 13 17 22 25 22 21 9 7 ....... ..............000 cwt....................295 167 175 107 278 9....... .. table . 1...........991 7......430 412 56 160 120 548 47 2...651 55 46 183 642 235 205 293 205 462 195 31 25 19 3.. .........284 139 15 43 128 674 280 165 Total ................ .159 1...... 325 98..... 1........... .......311 8... 1.024 8............... Peppers. 31 37 31 18 15 14 13 15 15 20 37 427 655 762 755 1..... .....176 43. ...... . truck. bell ............ ........ .........074 1.628 38 38 207 456 495 2..........432 1 96 401 203 58 .374 3..... 279 ........ Spinach .. ..890 947 67 51......881 1...304 1....... Sep... Potatoes...... Cherry-organic Toms..732 32..312 1....... Melons: Cantaloup ....................718 1............000 cwt..... ..... .............................747 7. greenhouse ... ...156 30.... ....759 367..... Radishes .112 169 29.. Cauliflower .... organic .......................020 61 168 130 535 12 3............ . ....000 cwt........organic Jan. Endive ..287 2................259 236 193 29.000 cwt.......037 1.009 3..792 29......754 1..........—Vegetables and melons... 1...191 1......... Corn. ........ 1 ...............444 3................ 31. Cucumbers ..............087 939 918 953 925 553 .724 2. .......320 .. 31 8......594 29..... 1..........051 1...... 19 21 18 6 5 5 5 6 6 9 23 24 24 19 7 5 6 5 5 6 10 26 160 153 155 160 52 48 48 39 106 220 246 2..........024 1.348 3...997 AMS.... ...... Feb............... Celery-organic ...392 9 462 4............935 1 258 212 14 2.. 1 .. chipper ....... Nov... ... ...752 ..... ..... .126 2..............031 7............. seed ..574 7. ... dry ..524 974 556 542 481 581 369 ... Grape Type ..162 3............. ..........455 2................ Sweet potatoes ....377 3.......................357 4.. green ... ....other-organic Potatoes. . Onions.... ................ ........................246 1..... 333 230 293 311 340 142 194 329 282 246 187 21 79 1 272 27 674 4 3......192 1....... ...527 ....... ..576 970 828 388 470 771 832 754 857 1.........557 5.234 40..... .......175 6....000 cwt. Lettuce.......... . ..... ....277 8...............145 2..336 13 675 4 130 1. .................298 32 .548 2.155 417 1.792 31.. ....... .. .....201 28...............942 8........ Toms. 32 502 ....... . Fruit and Vegetable Division.... Parsley .480 2.306 3...........762 28.....877 1 652 3 163 1. Total ........ seeded Watermelons......... ... Sweet potatoes -.....090 ..........669 11. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29.. .. 1 . .... ........ Total 1..020 13.........000 cwt........660 3.. .......... Peppers......413 4.344 15.....435 15... ..IV–34 STATISTICS OF VEGETABLES AND MELONS Table 4-75......... .... 1......... Tomatoes . Grand total . ..... ..... 1 ..709 4......................... .................... 16..........205 36........ 25 28 207 2..........876 1. 4 20... Cabbage .....529 3.000 cwt........ Eggplant-organic .... ..274 2..... 4 26 26 18 13 7 8 5 .........767 40 3......... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00034 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-34.... Onions..723 49 981 11........ 8 2..............884 18 8 .............548 2...... seedless . .......967 8.....356 350 145 63 3..........219 1.. 785 193 26 ..188 ... ......... Dec..364 321 327 299 281 276 261 270 275 284 267 350 1.AG8 USDA ......... . ... Potatoes. ............ ... Lettuce............. .......509 .. Mar.... 1....... .917 3...417 1........625 290 100 67 4. ....021 1.....214 1...... 1...656 8.000 cwt.....373 2.107 1... .... (202) 720–3343..... 1 98 72 87 94 55 42 27 9 20 29 62 3 ..883 798 49 165 91 522 204 173 12 3..708 4.... Asparagus ................. Lettuce....739 2..........108 3....179 7........ 22 3............. . .376 1.....................384 3.. Watermelons............033 11...... . ....organic ..... 215 5....762 36..420 1.....817 31..................391 1............693 2............ 101 13 2 6 . 1. 14 13 12 40 39 40 154 178 219 373 412 453 395 173 393 126 328 154 49 3. Potatoes..............046 3 1 ..750 42. Eggplant ......628 36..... Squash .409 6......304 354 1.... Chinese cabbage . ........ Peppers............. ..... .... ..... 47 53 43 43 11 22 ..488 2. and air shipments. other ...........808 1............ 1... Honeydews-organic ..... Apr........000 cwt...121 25......954 2........................ other ......044 1............ ...687 922 1 148 165 1....... Toms..... Cherry .556 2 7 5 4 3 2 4 4 7 4 6 96 101 82 76 70 76 72 71 75 71 95 177 298 1............ Escarole ..... Onions.374 3..................023 2......... sweet .... ...... 2009 Commodity Vegetables: Artichokes ........159 29....647 3.022 25.... . .......000 cwt. Honeydews .....124 1.... iceberg .. .......... Greens .....269 579 317 1.. .............204 1... ... 2 30 43 6... .. ..000 cwt..346 1...347 1. melons Watermelons..370 39....

... 2008 .... melons.4 8.8 6. eggplant.3 6...... radishes...5 Asparagus Pounds 0....5 9.8 9.1 8...9 20....... 2006 . potatoes.1 14..9 1...9 19.........9 6.9 16.4 Cantaloupe Pounds 11.2 2...6 6......0 6. 2007 .......3 6...1 9..1 8.5 7...... 2007 ...1 8.0 5..6 10.7 1.3 20..2 21... 3 Includes artichokes....8 12.8 1.. 2003 .............2 5.. 2006 ....5 2.........6 4....5 19..3 6..2 6.2 6. 2004 ..3 1.....6 169. green limas.5 4.......3 6.6 8.....4 20.4 6.8 1..4 1.....7 10...................1 1.......... 2006 .1 1.. 2001–2010 1 Year 2001 . 2008 ...0 11........1 15..3 38.......0 13.2 9...7 2......4 Cauliflower Pounds 1..3 5.2 11.2 6..3 2. 2002 .......6 9...7 169..4 Celery Pounds 6......2 2... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29...7 37... United States.6 Onions Spinach Bell peppers Pounds 18.6 44......6 19......AG8 USDA .9 9.1 7...3 8.6 1.... and pumpkins.9 9.4 2.7 15..0 1... 4 Preliminary.2 9... mustard greens......3 2.9 1...1 1...3 9.......2 2... 2009 .... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00035 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-35...6 9.. Consumption obtained by dividing the total apparent consumption by total July 1 population as reported by the Bureau of the Census..1 2.6 1....4 9.0 22........7 176.3 1..............2 6..8 2... sweet potatoes: Per capita civilian utilization (farm-weight basis).......... 2010 4 ..8 9......8 6....8 8.9 14... kale...9 2.2 5...8 4...8 19......8 Sweet Corn Pounds 9.....8 2.3 174.....4 8. 2005 ..4 10..2 19...4 8. turnip greens...5 2...2 6.2 Honeydew melons Pounds 2.5 15.3 9. 2005 .......7 8..0 1.4 15.6 Pounds 4...6 173....5 21..0 1....4 1......2 9..0 1.......0 14...5 15..6 9...0 9.. 2 After 1996.2 Others 3 Pounds 14..4 3.5 8.. Specialty Crops Branch....2 20... 2010 4 ..3 5...8 8...9 19. 2003 .6 1...8 9.6 5.6 5..5 19....8 2..6 38. includes an ERS estimate of domestically produced hothouse tomatoes.7 15.....3 19.4 7..1 1..5 22... 5 ERS forecast.9 Year Watermelon 2001 ... also includes collards......8 36...4 16..8 1.0 1.2 Pounds 8....0 167.....2 1. 2004 .1 5.0 9.7 1....9 Pounds 9..... Pounds 2.. All data for calendar year...6 1.4 5..1 18..9 1.1 16......0 20.0 13.0 8.....2 6.. Market and Trade Economics Division..........7 1..8 45.....7 8....0 10..2 2.5 170..8 2.5 1.8 14.0 9.8 8..7 8...... 2009 .6 14.. 2011 5 ..6 1...3 19...6 1...1 8...7 4....... Does not include production for home use......4 1...1 6....1 Cucumbers Tomatoes 2 Pounds 6. brussels sprouts..1 1.. 2007 .......6 15..........9 1. Pounds 15. 2011 5 .1 15... 2002 .. 2005 ...4 6. 2009 .....5 Snap beans 2001 .. 2002 ..4 5..3 46....4 35......4 6.... (202) 694–5253.9 1.. squash..5 10...AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 IV–35 Table 4-76.........4 6... 2010 4 .6 20..7 175.....7 1.6 15....6 20..6 2...4 8. Year Cabbage Pounds 8..4 2...9 Pounds 8...2 9.........5 1...4 1 Fresh vegetable consumption computed for total commercial production for fresh market.....6 Pounds 19... ERS..6 33.2 174....9 21..1 10.. okra. 2004 .....6 7..... 2011 5 ....2 19...5 13.. and escarole/endive.1 16... 2008 ..2 Total vegetables and melons Pounds 173.—Vegetables (fresh)...2 18......0 8....7 12...5 Broccoli Carrots Head Lettuce Leaf/romaine Pounds 5.8 20.3 7.1 6......8 1.9 Pounds 1...........2 1.6 6....9 16..2 9.4 5.......6 Garlic Pounds 2..6 Pounds 23.....1 2...8 5...1 1.. Hothouse imports included in all years. 2003 ...2 9... Beginning in 2000...8 7.0 7......0 2..7 2.....8 173........3 7...9 20..3 Potatoes Sweet potatoes Pounds 46.3 6...1 14..9 15...8 41..1 7...

....0 8........1 98...... Year 2001 ............ VerDate Aug 31 2005 Green peas Frm 00036 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 7.............. 2008 ..7 3...1 1.7 5.9 3.........0 may not add due to H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-37........1 1........2 1..7 92.....8 8...1 0......1 8... chile peppers (all uses)... green lima beans and spinach..7 3....... (202) 694–5253............9 0..... 2007 .............3 1...2 1........7 4...8 3.8 9.2 8......9 8...5 69........ 2007 .0 3 Totals 93...1 Tomatoes Corn Pickles Other 2 Total 3 Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds 65.7 7.2 0..2 0...1 1..2 0......... Specialty Crops Branch.2 1.2 0......1 1.... 2010 1 . 2001–2011 Year Cabbage for kraut Asparagus Snap beans Carrots Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds 2001 .....9 70....................... rounding..8 6......7 102.........5 73.8 0..2 1..................................3 8..... 2002 ....................1 1. 2 Includes beets.....—Vegetables.............IV–36 STATISTICS OF VEGETABLES AND MELONS Table 4-77......... 2006 ......6 3.......2 1..... 2002 ........... canning: Per capita utilization (farm weight).. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Pounds 1....8 8..2 1........1 70.... 2011 4 ........ 2005 .0 3.......1 1.............5 3..........9 8....6 98.......9 0... 2008 . 2006 .....6 6............5 5.1 3...........................................1 1............AG8 USDA ....7 97....6 97....0 0...4 1.7 7.... 2010 1 ..........................9 3...9 1.....2 0............ 1.1 1..0 0.....4 4..... 2004 ........0 8..........7 3..................... 2003 ......3 1............ ERS....3 1....0 0... 2009 .............4 69.........7 0........2 0.. United States..4 6....0 99........5 4......5 92.4 10:23 Feb 29.........................3 3. 2005 ..................1 0.....8 9...4 3.......7 67.....9 8.....1 3......9 1.2 0...........0 3...8 3.....1 1..5 98... 2011 4 ....................8 0.....5 3.....2 71.2 1.......3 1 Preliminary...............3 94......0 1....... 2003 . 4 ERS forecast..9 6........7 64.......6 8.......5 68...........1 9...............7 3..0 72.......9 0................ 2004 . 2009 ...2 0..5 8........

VA ...40 11.100 2......500 19...80 7..000 dollars 273.000 125.600 5...400 11.. 40...90 12...497 343............ TX .225 210 Dollars per cwt...600 6. Acres 160......... value per hundredweight.100 21.60 9..554 1........035 2 Preliminary.. CA ..713 492......072 1..398 6... 252 260 255 260 277 304 290 319 314 310 1.20 7.. and total value.......40 9. 416 2....153 Total Dollars 6.418 328..00 16....700 3..900 2........ SC ....546 499...700 24...600 40.865 37.60 US . AR .....200 2.80 12.........003 38...270 1.633 450.AG8 USDA ..911 41...300 11....585 38... Frm 00037 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-78..445 414. 2008–2010 Area harvested Production Value per unit State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 AL .50 8.80 10... Crops Branch..30 12..340 360 1.800 5.....153 12.40 12.....—Watermelon for fresh market.911 41....700 4......500 6..... 350 2.........49 11....852 165 1...000 2.....600 2....200 7... AZ .400 938 8....00 8..809 333 1..75 8....129 429. 2010 2 .613 5.90 9..100 2.988 550 2..400 2...880 2......550 123...000 8..327 36........500 6... IN ....000 24..000 cwt.....900 132......349 40......000 129.....00 Dollars per cwt.....045 264 1........30 11...30 8... 10. 2009 .... (202) 720–2127.279 338 6..... 9..500 1. MS .80 8....400 10..000 7..80 9.....00 1.300 1..97 8.. Crops Branch..20 9.. Table 4-79....000 7......500 25.... 2002 ....003 38.000 cwt.....550 123..00 10.............300 2..00 9.....00 11... 2006 .......90 13....500 3........900 1.—Watermelon for fresh market: Area... NASS.... 2005 .....300 141.300 2.100 5.795 313... NC ...... OK ...500 20....20 12..500 150.495 5..840 630 450 1...00 1 Preliminary.... MO . 434 2.478 39..00 Dollars per cwt....70 8.....60 12..000 cwt.. GA ..60 12......350 2........ production.... by State and United States...........20 7.900 133..100 Acres 2..736 870 442 675 1.... commercial crop: Area...800 23..900 132. 2007 .60 11....50 11.503 6.......000 7. FL .. production...695 280 5.....800 131.30 8.............90 9...... 2008 .880 37.00 11..023 39.20 13.900 1..............00 10. (202) 720–2127.720 152.... 125....800 26..00 15....880 336 6.....60 10.... Acres 3...... 2004 ...60 12........... 10.... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29..000 1. and value per hundredweight...111 422.....500 6......600 24.640 6....30 12..50 8..260 8.......70 11............. 2001-2010 Value 1 Year Area harvested Yield per acre Production Per cwt 2001 ....100 2.00 13..004 7.600 1 Price and value at point of first sale... MD .40 12..AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 IV–37 Table 4-78.......... DE .... United States... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Cwt..10 10............720 2.... 2003 .... NASS.00 16..627 630 334 858 1...........50 11......200 Acres 2.000 cwt.....000 2.....80 15....00 12......500 1..179 6..00 12.... yield.500 6.50 11....400 1..20 7..80 16...30 11.......

3 9......6 21...3 59. 2004 .. United States....4 0.......8 1.7 97...2 1 Preliminary......... 3 Totals Pounds 79....3 0...............5 9....... 2010 1 ...5 1..5 1..1 1..2 Percent 33....0 58......7 169.........9 20......5 22.7 2..2 55. 2 See table 4-76 for items included....5 120..2 4.. (202) 694–5253..4 54......2 7.0 9. 2004 .0 2.....4 40..5 34..4 0..1 8..9 78.... 4 ERS forecast.........1 4...2 1 Excludes potatoes...0 4.....8 22... Market and Trade Economics Division......... 2006 .. spinach.7 3.4 20.7 1. pulses... 2005 ....2 40.4 71...4 0.2 68.0 2.......8 1......2 119.6 21..........2 21...1 0... Broccoli 9.. Specialty Crops Branch.4 7.. 2004 ..... 5 ERS forecast.1 75..9 1..5 Potato products Grand total 3 Pounds 58.7 41. dehydrating onions...7 102..2 174.7 Percent 59...0 9. 2008 . 2008 .5 2....1 1..8 4...9 2.....8 59.......0 99.5 0..8 1....4 10....7 21.4 7..5 289.... 2002–2011 1 Farm weight equivalent Year 2002 .7 175..3 298.7 92...5 Cauliflower 2001 ....0 298....4 31. Includes melons......8 1..8 22... to rounding.... 2011 4 ..2 51..... 2011 4 . 2006 ..7 288......1 4..3 33. 2010 1 ... 2007 .3 Percentage of annual total Processed Processed 3 Fresh Total Canning Freezing Pounds 119...7 Pounds 97.9 32.1 0.4 53.... 4 Preliminary.1 0...... Year 0. 2002 . 2010 4 ...6 2..6 21..5 92.3 291. Specialty Crops Branch.... Total fresh and processed Fresh 2 Pounds 293.. 2008 . (202) 694–5253.1 2...1 2...2 57..3 49....4 0.9 21........3 4...9 20. sweet potatoes.7 78........ 2009 ..3 53...6 2.6 40..6 121....3 2.................. freezing: Per capita utilization (farm weight basis)...6 1...............1 114..4 76..1 0...1 0. 2 Includes green lima beans....5 34... green.—Vegetables... United States..7 41....9 2........4 20.........1 0......7 1.2 124.4 0....5 1...1 0.3 9. 2003 .0 Pounds 174..9 Sweet Corn Other 2 Pounds Pounds Pounds 0................ 2003 .5 75...5 8.4 0.2 2....5 170. and miscellaneous freezing vegetables.1 21... ERS.1 117..5 1...9 21..1 2...7 7.7 21.0 41.1 0.. and yellow vegetables Year Asparagus Snap beans Carrots Peas Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds 2001 .5 2.. 2002 ...0 1..7 287.3 9.2 33... 3 See table 4-78 and 4-79 for items included..5 22.4 32....0 118....9 may not add due Table 4-81.....7 2.8 114.......9 1..........8 1.....5 7.7 2........8 58....0 Percent 7...4 59... 2001–2011 Leafy...6 169... ERS...7 70. 2007 ...8 293.3 94....1 98..IV–38 STATISTICS OF VEGETABLES AND MELONS Table 4-80............. 2007 ...1 4.......0 Pounds 21.6 21.6 Total vegetables excluding potatoes Pounds 21.... 2009 ..AG8 USDA ..1 57.6 1.. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29..3 48.9 3......6 1......5 287...4 Pounds 2.. 2011 5 ... 2005 . and mushrooms..1 0.8 Total Canning Freezing Percent 40...... 2006 .......4 7...3 3.0 167.........9 76. 2003 ..1 118.1 9.6 98...6 173...6 284....8 7.6 59...8 173.8 40....5 98......4 7...8 73.......2 60..8 39............2 59.9 1. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00038 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-38.....4 0.............1 2.6 1..4 33..2 41.0 2.8 34.1 21.7 176.. 2005 ...........5 50.0 1.. 2009 ...3 58..2 4.........7 2...........4 0.................—Commercially produced vegetables: Per capita utilization...1 1.....1 0.3 7...0 2...

.444 31...109 245..... September ...716 128..107 211.. October .864 55..206 37. 2012 1.405 2009 1.861 229.988 3...106 71...885 Limas.103 254...010 38..828 216.622 4..716 286..835 92.819 2..495 133.086 48. March ..861 13.......000 pounds 28.371 2010 1...057 2010 1...104 71.000 pounds 214..169 18..000 pounds 25.461 17.. June ..444 332.598 60..099 55...132 58.184 176..100 10. August .526 44.273 25.613 44.675 21.AG8 USDA ...000 pounds 34...551 174.382 2. March ...000 pounds 20..366 34.000 pounds 23.....901 7... 1.....746 41....033 13.918 18..000 pounds 147....868 95.618 27....827 8..153 54.....131 191.493 7. November ..306 105..978 9.539 1.....036 221..736 23. April ..088 18.280 46....104 6.... April ..734 155.136 103.000 pounds 80...944 Sfmt 1000 2009 1....028 76.. December ..000 pounds 82.733 20.706 139..123 3.000 pounds 188.349 2009 1..395 Carrots.004 41..259 13.621 188......140 26.. July ..190 133...792 24.249 81.670 181.. United States. total Green beans....493 95. total 2009 1.457 Cauliflower Month 2009 January .306 79.760 7...898 12.429 15.394 50...973 2010 1...339 41..238 26.582 42..460 21.. June .915 169.723 11.974 143...325 2010 1..532 142. fordhook 2010 1.930 95....817 7..763 27.780 9.......224 37.000 pounds 2..677 23...217 8.390 Carrots.000 pounds 59........530 31.654 45.000 pounds 144.596 16..241 29...242 41.811 2..000 pounds 142.398 19..123 160. November ..039 Brussels sprouts Month 2009 January ...357 114.241 18... May ..011 127.033 27..990 73. February .857 77..696 1.270 38.587 129.964 12..000 pounds 35.......944 63.120 25.758 30..144 94.002 39.961 194.512 58.038 21. April . end of month. November .191 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 2010 1.618 159.407 28..968 106. May .623 83.792 12.000 pounds 7...813 12.......144 165....522 115.198 1...927 34....272 16..000 pounds 23.339 16...332 138.129 2010 1......846 166..467 52.487 56.172 39.661 43.938 13..629 50.000 pounds 159..424 94..266 17..754 70..524 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-39.603 32. July . February ..979 23...555 97.011 Broccoli.... October .363 7....977 19..348 48.845 Okra Month 2009 January .863 42.334 40..125 265.022 50..... September ......538 65. See end of table...216 22..514 54....963 33. February ...654 223..692 113...163 31..804 16.420 156..385 85.894 31..275 35..066 19. December ..........165 274..262 32..331 52...198 48....727 7.196 48...—Frozen Vegetables and potato products: Cold storage holdings.249 324..470 29.736 2009 2010 1..396 27.943 24... November .884 11. diced 2010 1..762 46.786 40.547 Limas.....382 19.......266 28..604 16.309 12.264 16....141 960 2. August .031 99. August .247 Frm 00039 Fmt 1000 2010 1.516 2.346 147.190 13....000 pounds 286.220 2..678 29.028 Broccoli..... May .434 84....030 2010 1..597 25.488 87.384 47....357 223..551 242.191 91.000 pounds 19.663 95....702 47.289 23..097 8.026 19....870 17.... December ......353 11..843 15...321 172......630 Broccoli.. August ... other 2009 1.260 52.183 17.137 123.936 58..289 54. October ..221 153....967 197....418 64. October ..087 14...967 38.919 21.883 182. March ....707 138.....889 201.961 203.261 16.....000 pounds 182.837 20....642 104.202 166...044 27.AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 IV–39 Table 4-82.... spears 2009 1.. July .260 32.245 Carrots..752 108..901 49..138 57.047 92. July .449 9.438 2010 1.788 131..154 81..304 201.958 234..851 2009 1.142 130.177 25.000 pounds 2...000 pounds 53.680 13..387 126..116 7.586 2.615 22..933 20. June .928 198.........003 2010 1.842 109..600 2..435 19.561 320.748 49. March .522 272.654 31....242 93..689 81.000 pounds 45.760 49.990 86........495 92..560 38.. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29....828 22....890 11..000 pounds 293..366 49..836 26.279 11..883 83.707 18...753 39.286 47..378 32........827 165..343 203... regular cut Month 2009 January .000 pounds 20.127 11. 1..428 14..160 42...705 109.044 165...641 7.651 109.087 9.639 43....239 58. baby 2009 1.614 85....208 23..833 2.. May .917 66..396 5.359 116.. December ..000 pounds 146.238 240.000 pounds 8....728 7.309 80..561 43.049 10.307 38...105 158...276 67. total 2009 2010 1..630 26.693 20...162 81.134 16.183 26. 1...286 159.......730 142.244 2009 1..291 47..653 2...631 167...144 21..298 180. French cut 2009 1..849 269..488 8.548 14.539 167....789 Mixed vegetables 1.954 80.601 120.049 10..600 185.151 8. September .. June .793 38.813 29..285 20... 2009 and 2010 Asparagus Green beans.321 17.993 41.427 124...933 116..120 251.593 31.260 22.716 12..542 55..308 94....360 29.430 80.413 164. February .. chopped & cut Green beans..901 222.035 24..003 194..795 26.594 72.517 7.726 24.773 23.456 2010 1.685 52. September .....343 150...624 35....000 pounds 40.696 64.176 8.267 10..807 20..923 80.036 53.596 126..641 14..066 2010 1..000 pounds 50...084 14.792 164..014 38.000 pounds 23.726 40.724 11.000 pounds 47.... April .961 310.462 77...

.159 584..534 67...042 300.845 2010 1..603..816 27.801 40...669 21...238 2010 1..607 2010 1...757 199........501 343.468 888. September .309 236.435 214..091..266 1....975 2..519 1..912 932.306 201....402 218.483 302..527 617.. (202) 720–3570.000 pounds 653.. October ..859..742 16.313 167.758 5.872 2.. 2010 1.186 973.221....664 5....520 326..126 280. March ...844 1..908 121.....472 1.567 12.530 1.542 90.290 16..844 424..045 4.043 181... May .468 14..236 33..027 252...... November ..993 1.407 5.055 235..423 4.108.750 25.941 61.180 54.. December .....301 2...000 pounds 1..315...253 5.668 332..000 pounds 374..193 1.. May .....363 19.127.401 396....458 49..000 pounds 34...000 pounds 2.866 49...377 293........151.984..773 1.....606 26.689 4.144 132.939 895. June ..516 68.....590 1.....734 238.829 2010 1.010 7...205 335.000 pounds 1.924 1. cut Corn.516 72..144 387.....226..022 214.918 12.808. May ..973 37.624. November .....143 15.112 2009 1....691 210.192.486 13.625 2010 1.574 39.610 913.984 4..224 11...300 259.726 2.653 Spinach 1.456 2010 1.291 96..608 587.719 1....757 2.549 4.572 403.317 164.716..565 2.000 pounds 3.....686 313..000 pounds 388..937 437.905 NASS.220 847..177 384.959 11..263 292.415 3... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00040 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR04\IV-40.997 237. July .094...885 395... August .063.484 58.709 2. September .512 36. February .459 4....549 2009 2010 1.188 2.. September .365 408.267 388.938 820..025 28..590 29.023 820.. September .........667 612....364 6..311 983.023 376......235 12.—Frozen Vegetables and potato products: Cold storage holdings.363 249.. 2009 and 2010—Continued Corn.132 6..IV–40 STATISTICS OF VEGETABLES AND MELONS Table 4-82..134 213.....708 188.108 Onions..941 872....014 31.733 193.281 242.122..130....316 437....187 260...133 47.000 pounds 247..275 Total vegetables 2010 1.. April ..106 1....325 172...992 Other vegetables Month 2009 January ..449 6..382 5.157 11.554 16.AG8 USDA .955 1.923 3.100.778 4..523 417.945 5..420 424.141.471..000 pounds 891.000 pounds 783.310 213.864 408...649 192.711 2..746 213.517 52.587 Southern greens 2009 1...939 90. United States.206 368...546 2. August .099 227.781 149...127 1.764 Squash 2009 1.923 215...494 6...000 pounds 547.804 1..632 58....195 856.000 pounds 199.836 2..083 4......664.061 1.385 2...609 203...511 311.749 331.622 64.329 1.354...093...263.000 pounds 5.. 2010 1...096 6.712 448.144 14. May ..106 1.. 1.911 4.621.263 29..317 59.761 2..912 1.665 98.171..414 254.... total Onion rings Month 2009 January .382 5....249 68..000 pounds 5.020 1.238 3..775 65.. February .387 Blackeye peas 2009 1.047 818.699 28. August .183 1.000 pounds 236....677 5.376 3.402 460. April ..660 571..017 357.258 5.340 73.144 2.989 2.322 6..000 pounds 2.551 16.652 293.707 3.....967 265.169 519.350 32.653 193.110 42....094 4.698 327.. end of month...667 885......187 348...000 pounds 2..947 1.920 1..000 pounds 406.665 252.724...000 pounds 6...518. March ...399 Green peas 2009 1.147 5..067 899.618 52.000 pounds 42.390 2....955 Peas & carrots mixed Month 2009 January ..... March ....180 15.995 456.824 836.972 630.070...613 320.572.861 5.070 1....439 20...200 25.082 16.027 2.033 2009 1.959.487 1...946 1.183 56..855 57.. February ..103 2009 1.. December .......000 pounds 15..534 169.900 218.000 pounds 255..772 61.001 37.514 16...188 16.847 836...004 205. July .112 35.249 1..000 pounds 54..351 1.000 pounds 11.865 29......926 198.. December ..778 63.000 pounds 234.. July ..113. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:23 Feb 29..606 143.156 2010 1...310 81.306 3. Livestock Branch...761 1.401 28..274 676..957 301.....830.817 303....578 39...619..411 3...043.899 385..227 948.269 131....652 4..433 3..000 pounds 28..621 2010 1.344 2...563 856.102 26...960 911.292 202.003 369..737 18.133 401...874 16.588 676... July ...415 912.000 pounds 48..832.636 1....773 2.007 52...186.941 213..057 77..474 601. April ...095 4.495 360.532 238.........144 454..824 100....942 343.539 198..296 967..205 658. March .428 298...136 305.756 5. February ..853 1...348 1.178 894..187.204 87....000 pounds 936.529.....907 5.301 15.011.605 4.330 2....058 64.450 475..619 246.077.461 836.245.218 56.698 6..401 945.765 2010 1.751 46...142 37..838 1.056 2...725 437... August .404 472... April .098 989.156 221...000 pounds 232... cob Corn. October . December .095 1.138 3....012 2009 2010 1.263 888.. 2010 1.746 5..389 107.733 43.172.203...036.857 952......888 1. other 1.229 102.469 52.080 45..184 203.797 900...075 2010 1. October ..232 497.... June .... June .004 40. October .783 French fries 2009 1.507 Other frozen potatoes 2009 1...507 276.295 233.980 636.876 1.710 9.686 291.018..444 577..481 3. November ..202 326.000 pounds 2.872 2009 1...000 pounds 36.463 357....459 1..963 629.....369 5.868 290..511 1....009 Total frozen potatoes Month 2009 January ...510 391.563..048 1... November .568 2.737 893.737 5.077 1.036 2.162..632 275......685 45..922 4.850 196..944 59... June ....094 1.477 1.855 11.224 25.843 1....445 45.

071.005....0 Fruits and planted nuts 1.. .8 866..... macadamia nuts..6 1..000 acres 1.2 1. The estimates are reviewed (and revised if necessary) at 5-year intervals. nectarines. the Department’s estimates of apple production since 1938 have related only to commercial production.012..0 896.. hazelnuts.723.8 923..1 305. For example... 4 Almonds.....833...825. grapefruit.. packed by growers.4 4.... (202) 720–2127.795.7 1. commonly referred to as the ‘‘average price as sold.. peaches.. processors. pistachios..2 851. when the Census of Agriculture data become available..9 1.. United States..7 1.9 303.CHAPTER V STATISTICS OF FRUITS. . .. and strawberries...2 845. apricots. The annual estimates are checked and adjusted at the end of each marketing season on the basis of shipment and processing records from transportation agencies. 2 Commercial apples.082....770. and some sold retail at roadside stands.. Crops Branch.723..8 885. pears.2 886.5 3.9 954. For example.2 309. olives..0 1..000 acres 4...0 4....6 3. and tangelos.. Temples. V–1 VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29.—Fruits and planted nuts: Bearing area. Area is for the year of harvest.8 3..8 307..3 981.....904.3 1.1 826.... ..728.. NASS.. not necessarily final utilization..078..5 1 Oranges.6 3. pineapples. 1. Prices for most fresh fruit are the average prices producers received at the point of first sale.7 Miscellaneous fruits 3 1.. Production relates to the crop produced on all farms.752.. . except for apples and strawberries. .2 1. plums. AND HORTICULTURAL SPECIALTIES For most fruits.6 1.. lemons. kiwifruit.. if in a given State part of the fruit crop is sold f.... and walnuts..o..729.. cooperative marketing associations..5 1...3 Planted nuts 4 1. grapes.. and exclude some States where census data indicate production is of only minor importance. and strawberries.0 1.4 995.. guavas.. bananas. TREE NUTS. part sold as bulk fruit at the packinghouse door.000 acres 1..5 1.. cranberries. berries. cherries. and other industry organizations. 2001–2010 Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Major deciduous fruits 2 Citrus fruits 1 ..1 292.. papayas.929.. Statistics on utilization of fruit by commercial processors refer to first utilization.991....053.2 956.7 1....116..0 297.1 303....064. 3 Avocados.064.4 4.000 acres 858. The estimates for strawberries cover production on area grown primarily for sale..6 297.3 3..AG8 USDA . Total production is the quantity of fruit harvested plus quantities which would have been acceptable for fresh market or processing but were not harvested or utilized because of economic and other reasons.5 1..843..8 1.’’ Since the point of first sale is not the same for all producers.148. The price shown for each crop is a marketing year average price for all methods of sales..000 acres 293. . .. In accordance with Congressional enactment. tangerines and mandarins. Table 5-1. Utilized production is the amount sold plus the quantities used on farms where grown and quantities held in storage. dates. cranberries...946.. figs. The Department’s available statistics are limited to the major tree fruits and nuts and to grapes..044..016... prices for the various methods of sale are weighted by the proportionate quantity sold. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00001 Fmt 1001 Sfmt 1001 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-01. the fresh fruit average price as sold is a weighted average of the average price for each method of sale. limes.. production is estimated at two levels—total and utilized. ... The difference between total and utilized production is the quantity of marketable fruit not harvested and fruit harvested but not sold or utilized because of economic and other reasons. frozen fruit includes fruit which may later be used for preserves. and prunes.9 1..b.8 299.984..3 4.

..150 1....462 2..... United States......000 tons 223 199 233 179 312 147 193 116 299 149 41 53 49 51 49 43 48 43 44 40 Nectarines 8 1..........545 12.........063 2... 8 Washington added in 2005.............268 1.712 4....076 9. 4 Utilized production only...390 5. Year 2001 ...569 7... 2007 .... 2008 ...000 tons 6.. Cranberries 1....000 tons 2......569 30.....368 29. 5 Year of bloom....202 1. 2002 .... 2008 ........000 tons 266 284 310 309 312 345 328 393 346 341 Tart cherries 28 23 21 18 16 14 17 17 16 15 11 7 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA Berries 9 1...540 30.260 1.627 1.....MI.414 Prunes & Plums (ID. 2008 ..000 tons 216 210 227 244 267 285 288 320 359 348 95 97 105 45 70 63 56 68 52 41 Guavas 56 70 59 63 29 32 (7) (7) (7) (7) Total 1....104 1........000 tons 1.000 tons 420 519 578 144 296 634 241 368 496 379 1..... midseason..206 4......—Fruits: Total production in tons............010 1.165 1....... 6 Year harvest was complete.221 12.......872 9.. 2006 . 3 Preliminary.......018 1..000 tons 210 201 209 156 171 158 152 160 112 141 2001 .185 1...853 4........307 1..000 tons 1.......170 28.... 7 Temples included in early...238 1........107 1.....................277 33......020 7..... NA-not available.. 2005 .. 2003 .. and navel varieties beginning with the 2006-07 season..000 tons 2 1 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA Papayas 4 1....240 7..651 2001 ...817 4...... 2003 .128 8...000 tons 8 5 3 4 4 4 2 2 1 1 1........000 tons Tangelos 6 Dates 26 26 25 27 37 26 25 23 26 33 Pineapples 4 Figs (fresh basis) Limes 6 Kiwifruit 14 10 11 8 11 11 13 9 9 9 1.000 tons 83 90 98 101 82 45 88 82 69 65 Avocados 5 1. Crops Branch...545 4....027 890 934 878 823 842 873 870 957 814 1. 2007 ......000 tons 33..... 2007 ..000 tons 323 320 300 220 212 185 NA NA NA NA 1. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00002 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-02.....078 1.............. 2002 ..000 tons 12.000 tons 21 16 16 25 9 22 12 16 19 12 Tangerines and Mandarins 6 Grapefruit 6 1.........814 6.......000 tons 996 801 1.OR......... 2009 ... 2010 3 .... production includes some quantities unharvested for economic reasons or excess cullage fruit...........026 798 870 980 798 619 912 882 1..... 2009 ............... 2008 .................000 tons 275 300 273 269 251 232 283 303 220 233 Temples 6 1.705 27...... (202) 720–2127.... 2001–2010 1 Year Apples.......644 6...000 tons 1.000 tons 1.000 tons 1.... commercial crop 2 1........ 2004 ......319 7.161 1.. AND HORTICULTURAL SPECIALTIES Table 5-2..964 28.. 2006 ..000 tons 185 31 113 107 135 131 127 107 180 95 Apricots K-Early Citrus 6 Bananas 4 1.834 4.. 2009 .........912 4. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29.........000 tons 373 420 382 417 335 417 361 527 443 596 Sweet cherries 1...........425 1...............232 1...490 32.............057 7...... 2005 .......127 1.......401 1. 2007 ....000 tons 1............ 2010 3 ..262 4.. 2005 . 2010 3 .............AG8 USDA . 2005 ....251 9...000 tons 20 24 18 17 17 18 16 21 24 28 1....625 10..... 2003 .......... 2002 .... Year Peaches 1.000 tons 1.V–2 FRUITS.....851 1 For some crops in certain years.............307 7.......334 33.304 1.....000 tons 826 942 1.. 2004 .......377 7.548 1. Plums (CA) Year Prunes (fresh basis) (CA) Oranges 6 2001 ..204 1.424 2..... NASS. 2010 3 .339 6....... 2009 .. 2004 .266 1.... prior years are California only....... 2006 .......374 11.... TREE NUTS....000 tons 1... 2004 .....000 tons 4..000 tons 230 181 246 283 251 294 311 248 443 313 Strawberries 4 Olives 1.....223 1.... 9 Excludes strawberries and cranberries..WA) 1...135 1.............. 2006 .... 2003 . 2002 .000 tons 134 103 118 108 142 24 133 67 46 195 Lemons 6 1.. 2 Estimates of the commercial crop refer to production in orchards of 100 or more bearing-age trees.....243 Grapes (fresh basis) Pears 1..

....0 5..0 120......8 16...234 0..—Apples: Production and value...6 41..260 1.452.0 43.....0 21.405...0 23..0 16....0 37.. MD .7 33.—Apples......0 4......0 44..152 0..9 9.0 43........0 245...0 5......0 430.0 360...0 40.155 0..008 2. 8.3 30. 6..0 83......3 6.461 0.5 130...1 30.... 0...0 54.717 2.0 22..0 19.3 9.0 82..0 28..0 88.2 9..... CT .411 Dollars 0.....0 33....207 0......545 0.517 .182 0...5 Million pounds 5..9 119.9 18.352 0. Million pounds 9. Processing prices are equivalent at processing plant door..0 18.550....0 18....523.. 0........3 ...453...........0 . WA ..0 Million pounds 5.............0 590........ MI.....0 19...144 0. ..344 0.179 0...570 0.7 9.6 21..200 0........426 0......0 14.....214.5 37. 45..... NY...0 42..0 31...200... 60.0 19..539...0 2...0 200..0 105....189 0........ 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00003 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-03...0 2........0 46....144 0. 0..550.423.........0 34.0 5..650........1 .0 17..356 0.817 1 In orchards of 100 or more bearing-age trees.0 52... 31........ and WA...0 ......6 Utilized production Marketing year average price 2 Million pounds 9.5 12........403 0.202 0.588 0..9 8..370.......373 0... Million pounds 18.....734 0..0 46..0 165.200.........0 35.0 3... Crops Branch. VT ..218 0.220.....0 492....6 ................0 23.5 43.0 14.....0 136...7 120...461 0.0 41.0 46.0 35......... MI................6 6.0 71.374...... OH ..154 0. RI .............089. and WA.....5 ......518 0..272 0.0 130... UT ...258 0...0 19.0 85....0 5.. . Processing prices are equivalent at processing plant door.....581.0 2....453........228 0.0 110.823.. commercial crop: Production and season average price per pound.666..0 15.0 39..... OR ......... 0..296 0.. NC .6 17. MI .0 245...... MA .463 0.515 0.719 .1 Value 1.. MO ....0 64..8 9..216 0.. 0................5 265..305 0.....0 134.0 81...... SC 4 .1 9.9 9.AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 V–3 Table 5-3.. 0.... 9....730...240...0 3...250 0..704.......224 0..0 165...4 9... United States.0 26.1 9.... ME .AG8 USDA ....270..7 9..5 12... NH ......0 36...............0 2......8 11...507 0.0 280........0 39........ IN .6 9......0 226... 4 Estimates discontinued in 2009....0 1...0 42.0 226..... Crops Branch..5 590..........423 0.8 32.309 0.. 7...........480 0.....5 Million pounds 17.......608.634.9 35..5 43.820 ...270...159 0.. 34.0 79..5 ......166 0.. .180 0.........7 38...0 1........0 24......3 8.0 5.260.5 30... IL ...0 57......0 5.0 20.180 0. 3 Fresh fruit prices are equivalent packinghouse-door returns for CA..0 200.. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29.231 0...... 45..5 3..... 32..327 0.......0 1.0 10....796 0.0 Million pounds 18. NASS.499 0..0 43..2 36..223..185 0......704. 2001–2010 Apples.....0 61...2 8...........2 9..........154 0...0 2.0 15.0 440..0 473........381 0.0 1....176 0..241 1 In orchards of 100 or more bearing-age trees.....378 0..0 1. WV . ID ..540 0.591 0..301............210 0...0 4..2 18.213..0 12.139 0..0 104.....4 .657..1 24...515 Dollars 0....0 12...0 2008 2009 2010 2 Dollars 0....266 0.... WI .464 0.5 1....947 2..383 0........138 0...673 0..260 0.. ............234 0. CA ...0 41..... prices at point of first sale for other States......0 38..7 7.0 19.. 29... ..... ...045....1 9...0 995... ..... CO . ..253 0. by State and United States.389 0..3 18......220 2. IA .344 1.692........ (202) 720–2127.187.466 0.....0 510.......... 2 Fresh fruit prices are equivalent packinghouse-door returns for CA.8 ..169 0.5 41..9 9.1 10..............305 0...... 60........223 0.7 11..3 22... (202) 720–2127....332...0 46.0 24........1 8....539 .1 ........9 US . NY..0 43....155 2.209.....8 18....8 23..2 120.....0 42..0 2.. PA ...237 0.286 0..4 9. NJ .0 85...............0 590..946 1. VA ......2 23.4 9....301.223........ 2 Preliminary... MN ....610 .451 0.....539...301 0..0 85.... ...0 360.0 1.....0 115..0 8....650..300 0...5 42..8 13.. Table 5-4.633.178 0... 2008–2010 1 Total production Utilized production Price per pound 3 for crop of— State 2008 2009 2010 2 2008 2009 2010 2 AZ .8 ..5 Million pounds 17...141 1..0 39..0 27...0 590.... TN .780.197 0..0 Cents per pound 15. commercial crop 1 Year Total production 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 .. NY ......0 4......7 28.0 18.....3 9..000 dollars 1.412..5 41... prices at point of first sale for other States..567..237 0..6 27......633....235 0.0 37... NASS.150....360..516 0.0 ..0 119.232 0.....0 10..2 23. GA 4 .0 483.131 0...5 265... 7.. KY 4 .232 0..0 30.135 0...0 280...662 ..4 7.

.7 161.000 2.... Crops Branch.....0 17......7 282.000 metric tons 970.—International Apples..000 892...........906 1.453. and frozen are included. Russia ... Crops Branch.........0 175.. Japan ...1 9.. 2006 .704..223............043...700 1.729 60....308..... WV .0 82..536............7 9....... 495.148 58......1 Million pounds 110......089.. Others ........ 2001–2010 Utilization of quantities sold Crop of— Total production Utilized production Processed (fresh basis) Fresh 1 Canned Million pounds 9...9 6.......2 Million pounds .........1 9...0 1.936.........................360..........2 9..1 8....0 8.. .......... 495..... .497 Total .....780. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00004 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-04.........1 6...5 191.........5 1........9 6.....5 5...9 1....................0 5...205.563 32........209..0 995... 1....253... 2008 ........852 1.... .............. NASS............645 1...... Table 5-7. and distribution statistics from foreign governments..2 1...0 120.......800..............8 255.... 2010 3 .. 15.. dried......2 78..955 Total Foreign .........985....091..6 1.167....7 211....684..5 1..0 335.....366.........0 4.......158.....2 165..506.0 510. 2005 ..8 9....000 1..0 14... .....0 5.423..500 190.... .....100 33..... .........0 1.............. crop of 2009 Utilization State Total production Utilized production Processed (fresh basis) Fresh 1 Canned Dried Frozen Juice..........539.... 225. ... 226.................273............ For some States.. Turkey . Brazil .480 1...0 280...............045.000 31.AG8 USDA .015.155 57...180 4...4 9.... and fresh slices for pie making...............0 42.0 420.........2 1.313..000 metric tons 830.........000 hectares 26.. fresh: Area and production in specified countries.... 2008/2009–2010/2011 Area Production Country Argentina .3 9....0 485..257....0 .. 161.0 60.... Oth Sts ....104 1...... wine................... 1..6 1......2 Million pounds ..000 38........................296.....680......000 3..8 203...567.... 39......’’ 2 Mostly vinegar. Million pounds 9....3 1...0 10......000 1.....200.. commercial crop: Production and utilization..0 5........... 236...000 896................6 1........571..260 United States .. ‘‘fresh slices’’ included....064 1... 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 1.480 1....4 Million pounds 265.....................0 130... 500....852........516 1.....000....0 6... .0 . PA .. 2009 .....3 6. NASS......... NY .758..745....175......2 8..000 2.4 271..8 1.739 1.......2 236..3 Million pounds 221.....—Apples.....000 hectares 28.8 191..........5 6.........000 hectares 28.467.0 46.........9 9.. ..000 10.7 212......................... NC ..000 ....280.....8 257......600....000 853...0 207.. .........205.......000 .....500 175... ........ and juice.....2 9..3 6....898 4...... supply.199.............4 9.........0 1.....9 Million pounds ........158... 2007 .000 12..9 8.. ............832 32.633.....0 Million pounds 5......704....078..3 1..... .......588......255... 9.. 14.. ......163.....000 metric tons 933.. ...000 1.......538.......0 40............. India ...000 1.....453.000 .......2 236...............452 FAS.........000 33..077..8 259..0 170...........256.418........370.... cider.611...304 1. United States..000 2........ Table 5-6.9 9......390 .190.000 38.287....2 200..0 245.......300.. 39.370......327...............000 3....0 130......................174....313...000 165...... small quantities canned.. MD ........... Million pounds 265......096..9 9..000 910.017 ......0 179..205....0 400. EU-27 .0 90.5 Frozen Million pounds 248.8 Dried Million pounds 1..1 10................6 2001 ..... VA .0 245.......389.... ....0 165...............230..0 Juice.000....000 38...8 1.........619..9 182.....3 1......... ...........000 29.....1 1.. MI ... commercial crop: Production and utilization......583........ WA ......115.... 2004 ....000 810.046 .780 ..200. 110...........0 685........... cider & other 2 CA ......2 1... ...’’ 2 Mostly crushed for vinegar..2 181...729 56.... (202) 720–2127.V–4 FRUITS............. Beginning in 2004.... 2002 ...................800 1.........948.. 39..210.....1 252..2 161...200.........190.4 1 Includes ‘‘Home use...655... Chile ...000 719...257..000 3...0 16.........788 12....2 Million pounds .....235........730...000 160.....0 14........2 US .935..0 44.. TREE NUTS.....000 .. Ukraine ...... Office of Global Analysis: Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production.4 1 Includes ‘‘Home use....... cider & other 2 Million pounds 2..0 1..374...750.0 .453............064 1... 2003 .......332..328 62.. ...........523...000 165.......... ..301.220........900 ........... 222.0 483.... 4.........9 6...000 1...283.....823.......... OR ......529...499 1...000 1....0 210...... ...500 170..—Apples.0 79...............4 1... 540.. (202) 720–2127.. AND HORTICULTURAL SPECIALTIES Table 5-5.7 1....150. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29.. 221.500...................0 46...205.... by State and United States..692... China ....2 1.....666.0 20.......0 257...412.......4 9...158 61........275......676.0 586........................2 1..500 1..

694 282.371 2...211 1.......................................................................................................... Thailand ...... Australia (*) ...786 9......................266 9.. Panama ................................... 255...017 23....................808 1...944 931 900 808 473 1....................... FAS.....................................................071 22....................................... New Zealand (*) .547 4. Barbados .295 20....................... Taiwan ..985 1...... 190.............469 16............145 262. 194............................................................................................................................................ Guatemala .....................................................................................................................AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 V–5 Table 5-8................................ Cayman Islands .........................023 6............ 9............ Taiwan ........................................ China ..................................................................................211 8. United Arab Emirates .................. Office of Global Analysis............. Dominican Republic ................ Chile .. (202) 720-6301................................................069 20.......293 691 514 351 281 79 68 374 34 15 0 13 0 0 29 216..493 83................843 12......900 16.......................................................................932 63....................858 World Total ..........039 1.......................................028 9.........................................665 27..................466 258.......................................189 14......................822 16....104 12......123 100.........................................065 12.......656 203............................South ...............081 0 3.......................................................563 4............920 355.............................176 43............476 47.............484 13.........175 2........... India ............................................. 260...297 1..........................................001 20..............343 4............... 2008–2010 Country 2008 2009 2010 Metric tons Metric tons Metric tons Fresh fruits....................... United Arab Emirates .................................... Census Bureau..................... Korea.......595 1............................... Singapore ...............................562 17....727 71.............. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29..........................................423...............766 21..............852 322........................... other: Canada ........... Slovenia . Dominican Republic .................113 711 636 Other Partners .....................................................597 1................ Kuwait ............................................470...667 50.........162 10. China .... Korea............166 22..... Mexico ..................... Bermuda ...876 17...........372 200................... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00005 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-06..............................................178 14................. China ..........................................020 352..............243 73...811 28............................368 2..551 5............................................................................................................................ Bahamas.........................636 13..543 335.................216 273 30 World Total .............814 1... Hong Kong ...............................................035 1.................................................................. Japan ................... Saudi Arabia ............... Russia .....................................314 21................................................... France (*) .. Vietnam ...........................028 202 2.............................029 16........................................ Japan ......641 750 699 235 589 506 194.......................................................................... Mexico .............................................574 187.....604 25....... Netherlands .................................................................. 387......... Philippines ........963 5.................................. Malaysia .....................111 7.382 16.845 27..........................541 2.......................664 1.........................................................303 39..................512 9................................................................................................. Indonesia .............................966 356.......... South .................................................172 2.......................AG8 USDA .............215 1..................... Taiwan .......................192 494 405 195 129 75 65 40 29 22 21 19 17 16 Other Partners ........239 14.....—Fruits.................................................................................579 99...............................S.................269 15. Russia .............................872 46..........047 509 1........ United Kingdom ...................................................728 258 867 639 298 41 54 391 0 0 0 37 0 0 8 221........706 2............723 6........... Data Source: Department of Commerce........................ Foreign Trade Statistics............. Japan .......................... Mexico .............................................................934 12........................................ U..................................559 21.......................122 2...... Honduras ..................502 Note: (*) Denotes a country that is a summarization of its component countries...........641 1............... 1.......106 923 3.... United Kingdom .........................327 2................................145 21..........................124 28..... 1......................434 258...... Russia .....210 World Total ....................................842 Fresh melons: Canada .........907 16.....320 23.. fresh: United States exports by country of destination and imports by country of origin........................ United Arab Emirates ... 220........................ Germany (*) .366 22.................................................... Belgium-Luxembourg(*) ... Hong Kong ....491.....................856 11......040 29.....The .......... deciduous: Canada ........................ Colombia ......................632 21........687 1..........................................................987 Fresh fruit....719 20................................288 Other Partners ........606 37..628 8................827 30...........999 5..........937 106....877 1........240 5............. Venezuela .......................... Hong Kong ............524 2..................985 107...............228 10...............................198 13...... Bermuda ........912 62 1....517 4.......................425 1................565 1....696 40..

.........227 41....030 97......460 81............200 Tons 59....320 238...... (202) 720–2127....... (202) 720–2127........350 532......—Apples: Foreign trade........380 77..........00 2010 1 65.......250 32.......... fresh and dried......232 26................ UT..00 727....... TREE NUTS...00 477.....680 26........ 1 pound dried is equivalent to 8 pounds fresh.....984 748. United States..500 320 8... ...380 Market year average price per ton 2 Dollars 353....900 Dollars 472.. 2005 .. United States...900 81..565 34............900 380 4.130 81....112 21......... and value for CA........00 868...525 438.. 2012 2 Fresh Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00006 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-07.618 810.....570... NASS..333 206........00 654......—Apricots: Production and marketing year average price per ton..137 652.650 44..383 32...............00 665....00 520...... 2007 . WA .460 77..........690 65.200 250 5.......00 432.... ......... .....480 68..............000 dollars 26............................... UT . and WA............00 75...00 1....455 88.500 290 8......00 357.... 2008–2010 Total production Utilized production Price 2 for crop of— State CA .905 654..........V–6 FRUITS.......00 fruit prices are equivalent packinghouse-door returns for CA and WA.........486 1 Production........460 90..598 28.925 31.......... 82...200 Tons 59..702 35....00 356.. . .718 Metric tons 592....900 Tons 59...............504 243.. .960 32.....—Apricots: Production and value.. 2004 ....00 Dollars 621.200 280 5..........645 44... 2001–2009 1 Year beginning October 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Domestic exports Imports.........900 Tons 72... 1 Preliminary.. AND HORTICULTURAL SPECIALTIES Table 5-9.. Food and Specialty Crops Branch...............667 225...000 410 4.............480 68....... (202) 694–5260.610 68....472 255.. in terms of fresh 1 193.....512 27....480 88.. 2009 ...00 532...040 97.....590 76..00 862.. 2006 ........... 2003 .. 2008 ..00 468.. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29........ Table 5-11...955 522.563 42. 2008 2009 Tons 77...........430 80.00 1.. 2002 .720 65........ ..012 39.....350 Value 1....... .00 654...................... NASS.. Quantities processed are priced at the equivalent processing plant door level..... 2 Fresh fruit prices are equivalent packinghouse-door returns for CA and WA..... Crops Branch...128 1 Dried converted to terms of fresh apples on following basis.827 680. Table 5-10.690 65.849 22...300 638.... Dried..095 198.......... Crops Branch......... Quantities processed are priced at the equivalent processing plant door level. by State and United States.. price...00 2009 Dollars 684..880 29... Total .........560 92..720 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 Tons 59..610 68...AG8 USDA .........00 378................170..00 727. 2001–2010 1 Year Total production Utilized production Tons Tons 2001 ........... ERS.. No re-exports reported.............580 101.893 231. in terms of fresh Fresh Metric tons Metric tons ...293 155......912 47.. 2010 3 ...196 44...........

........ NASS..004 3......011 Metric tons 202 402 486 715 633 364 405 355 389 Total.... ..460 81.....—Apricots: Production and utilization.....000 6....380 Tons 75....... ........ .....800 11..510 Tons 31. Crops Branch.290 26....800 11.201 1......500 5... United States.230 18..500 13.717 pounds fresh..350 23....690 65..720 65................. Tons 59....200 250 5..... and WA.289 1. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29...............683 13. Unprocessed dry weight converted to terms of fresh fruit on the basis that 1 pound dried equals 5..951 13.040 97.... (202) 720–2127. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00007 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-08............ Domestic exports Fresh Canned 1 Metric tons 7... . ..........510 19....914 7..... (202) 694–5260...100 19...AG8 USDA .. NASS.....000 9.............805 10....................688 1 Net processed weight. 2 Includes ‘‘Home use....... ..270 25........ in fruit salad 2 Dried 1 Metric tons 2......308 Dried..935 7... 2 Some quantities used for juice are included in ‘‘Canned’’ to avoid disclosure of individual operations.000 23......000 10.250 23..... .. Canned apricots converted to terms of fresh on the basis that 1 pound canned equals 0. but included in U..........—Apricots: Foreign trade.100 .560 92....000 9..500 30....... 4 Missing data not published to avoid disclosure of individual operations..AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 V–7 Table 5-12..000 10...030 97........100 Frozen Tons 6....590 76... 2 Dried apricots are 121⁄3 percent of total dried fruit for salad... 5 Missing data not published to avoid disclosure of individual operations.........113 16.............455 88.... 2001–2010 1 Utilization of quantities sold Total production Crop of— Utilized production Processed 3 Fresh 2 Dried (fresh basis) Canned 4 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 .......200 280 5.. Tons 82....... UT 3 ..000 ... ..900 Tons 59...047 5. WA 3 ......900 Tons 18... 3 Dried fruit converted to unprocessed dry weight by dividing by 1...555 Metric tons 1.... United States........480 68......... .......760 25............900 24. Tons 10....... ...310 1....645 44....460 90...534 5.700 (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) 1 CA..07..600 1... 3 Missing data not published to avoid disclosure of individual operations. Food and Specialty Crops Branch...588 1. .... 4 Includes some quantities frozen or otherwise processed.......554 1..380 65....755 29.....500 (3) (3) Tons 19.. .. in terms of fresh 3 Metric tons 20.581 1.. .218 28... (202) 720–2127............645 13....580 101...... ....514 3..........650 44..350 Tons 18... ...000 22. US ..952 14.100 10.. .S..........140 12..........170 23.......142 615 679 601 1......’’ 3 CA only.......500 14...... UT.217 1... ..610 68.. ...000 8.............357 5............ Table 5-13.000 (4) (4) (4) (4) 1CA only.........000 30..... Crops Branch...073 706 1.. 2001–2009 Year beginning October 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 ....5 pounds fresh...460 77.000 Tons 9... ..061 7. by State and United States.000 (5) 23.............. ERS. Table 5-14............000 14....508 1..... crop of 2010 Utilization Total production State Utilized production Processed 1 Fresh Canned 2 Dried (fresh basis) Frozen Tons CA ...430 80.. 65.500 11.. total.....130 81.......480 88..886 13...650 23....—Apricots: Production and utilization.732 7.....

.800....176 13...........236 13.......................000 216.. United States.. ................00 1.....000 168................936 365..... ..313 197... ...................... ... ..... 2 Production is the quantity sold or utilized..140 1...000 249...000 200...00 1...... .620.AG8 USDA ..460...890 382.....................400.......708 132...................367 291...450 23.... ......... 73....—Avocados: Production........400 146.000 28.948 Tons 26................160 276.........V–8 FRUITS.....380 179.00 1..............................300 199..........644 248................... ................000 dollars 15..546 429............... 320 300 350 380 370 400 510 580 500 520 Price 3 Value Dollars 1... ............ 3 Quantities processed are priced at the equivalent processing plant door level.....................830 1. United States..............188 394.............. ...370 312.....00 1....560 380........942 341....790 2.. ................800 Price 3 Production 2 Value Dollars 1........559 307.000 27............ TREE NUTS..000 31....920 United States Season Production 2 Tons 2000–01 2001–02 2002–03 2003–04 2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08 2008–09 2009–10 ...... (202) 694–5260.......244 353......... Tons 213............00 1.........520 Price 3 Value Dollars 1.. NASS.........360.......................000 300....................000 dollars 315.... 2000–2009 Year beginning October Imports Metric tons 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 ............ Table 5-16....... ......00 1.000 88....808 262...360...000 14.......... ....000 17.......................890 1.......... .000 12..........000 151............140.......... ...........330 342.080 115........... Food and Specialty Crops Branch.240.......167 413.................950 298.........00 Production 2 1..842 358.....690.............146 ERS.—Avocados: Foreign trade............339 136.........280 12....00 1......... and value.......120..990 2..............640 414... . AND HORTICULTURAL SPECIALTIES Table 5-15....... Crops Branch.....................260............510 193......070 103............... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00008 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-09..............850..548 17...............................00 1.....................239 214...... ..... ......................... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29....350 200.00 1.....00 1.....000 274...... ...500 27....00 1.......................... .920...320 223............480 328.00 1.00 1........280 1.480 1........ ..........768 12...........000 364......... ...510 1.....................00 1........................354 338.............397 373. ......448 11..670...00 1.000 dollars 371 342 392 471 466 528 694 789 730 718 Tons 239.....736 14............. 2000–2001 to 2009–2010 California 1 Florida 1 Season Production 2 2000–01 2001–02 2002–03 2003–04 2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08 2008–09 2009–10 ...... ...............100 13............ (202) 720–2127.. marketing year average price per ton...........00 1...000 dollars 331..........000 165..00 1..00 1..................170 1..... ................770..440.....380....586 1 Season from Nov 1 to Oct 31 (following year) for California and June 20 to Mar 1 for Florida.760 1....184 15...160........00 1................ .............320................350 233....000 132...............130... ....000 23..200 Hawaii Price 3 Value Dollars 584 676 556 808 516 940 912 440 480 600 1....

.. ....400 18..390 5. and value.............0 41.637 14...8 16........000 22...........680 1 Preliminary..880 36.400 23.. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00009 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-10.... and value.....350 1.21 5..590 58..100 1...023 3.....—Kiwifruit: Area..601 2.....175 10...0 43.....427 12..27 5.. 2004 .......AG8 USDA ...758 ERS.... NASS.......225 8...........800 Cents 38.......000 dollars 10.. 2003 ..940 22.900 22.....403 5....... Production 1. California... .... . yield.680 8....8 16.......175 10....462 64.... 2007 ..200 4. ..170 7..731 Canned Metric tons 20... Crops Branch..... ...500 20...... marketing year average price...7 15....490 1..600 17......900 32..0 41. Food and Specialty Crops Branch...27 6..0 60............ 2002 ...000 dollars 15..214 12.....472 19.........829 43... 2001–2010 Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Bearing acreage Yield 1 Production Price per ton Acres Tons Tons Dollars .48 6.738 4........... Table 5-18..062 13.............. 2010 1 ......700 22...64 5.......000 20.....700 36. ...640 8. ..144 14.... (202) 720–2127.. 2000–2009 Imports Year beginning October 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Domestic exports Fresh Dried and preserved Metric tons Metric tons . Hawaii.200 25..517 19.125 19..036 Fresh Metric tons 42...500 667 783 853 809 620 911 950 888 847 768 Value 1..AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 V–9 Table 5-17.. . NASS...085 9...000 pounds 28... (202) 720-2127....0 55..... ....100 24...—Cherries: Foreign trade...900 4.. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29...200 5.. .. 2008 ..043 47.8 15........545 21..182 45.858 6..148 22..000 23..500 4.... 2005 ... ...0 19....500 4.......548 5.0 Value 1.000 24.... 2001–2010 Year Area harvested Yield per acre Acres 2001 . . ......0 16..340 18..... .... yield..9 49....097 20.... .......93 8. 3..500 16..... utilized production....500 4...... marketing year average price.062 3........600 9.........084 24........500 4........831 14....998 5...263 15......410 13..652 3.000 pounds 18...5 21. 2006 .200 4..100 1.....519 13.000 24. utilized production...678 13... (202) 694–5260.618 51.....079 43.....780 10..........100 Price per pound 1.0 49. .............977 22....200 4...........561 3...355 12.10 7............ Crops Branch...3 20...........000 25..500 17..—Bananas: Area.........515 19.......303 5..0 43.....83 5...... .961 1 Yield based on total production......000 980 1..7 16..79 23...80 5.. Table 5-19......2 1... United States.496 8.. 4.. 2009 ......100 1..200 4.461 23.......330 1. .......0 46......004 10....232 47........300 1...

00 1.....00 1 Fresh fruit prices are equivalent packinghouse-door returns for CA.250 0.130 2.. 2006 ..2 3.....000 Tons 97........215 0................2 214......160 243..0 267....240 66.440......192 0. (202) 720–2127.260 0.550.9 47.........0 7...419 0......243 0.. NASS.4 5.4 213.. Quantities processed are priced at the equivalent processing plant door level....... 2002 ...000 Dollars per ton 2..730.. Tons 86.941 63...150 27.355 245.....000 dollars 57...00 798.3 23. 0............... 2001–2010 Year Total production Utilized production Tons Tons 2001 .720 240..154 1 Fresh fruit prices are equivalent packinghouse-door returns for Western States....900 15. and the average price as sold for other States.......210 69...3 Dollars 0.560 1..800 26.00 1.9 34...7 213. Quantities processed are priced at the equivalent processing plant door level.....317 0. 2007 .000 dollars 270.......870 312.. Million pounds 165...7 10..4 2...570...440......7 Million pounds 165..... 230.. Quantities processed are priced at the equivalent processing plant door level.820....00 2..270 0.820.210 240..00 1..680....000 6.00 2....5 0...2 2010 2008 2009 2010 Million pounds 135.879 80... 2007 ..520 306...208 Dollars per Lb... NASS.......00 Dollars per ton 2...300 1..000 50 100... and the average price as sold for other States.350......305 243. 2010 2 ...... Crops Branch.00 2.400 2.8 1. 2008–2010 Total production Utilized production Price 1 State 2008 2009 MI .750...625 307.00 1....0 269.00 3....V–10 FRUITS.......186 0.. OR . 2003 ....090..000 Tons 89.....100.000 1. WA .....600 1...00 614......113 437.........000 1..330 721.....720 385.157 0.....2 190... NASS.. Table 5-22.0 15...........8 183........ by State and United States....3 213......350.500 1.0 9.AG8 USDA ....... NY ..923 80..720 Marketing year average price per ton 1 Dollars 1.......—Tart cherries: Production and value..... WA ....720 385.. (202) 720–2127..425 0..00 1........7 7.830 294.471 342.350 Dollars per Lb.330.. TREE NUTS... and the average price as sold for other States..192 0......293 2010 183.....330 0...238 0.400 50 100.4 10..330..00 1.273 0............—Sweet cherries: Production and season average price....8 3......960..212 0...410.......413 0. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00010 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-11.00 2.00 2....00 2..5 226..930..470 1............230..390....120...00 1..00 219........6 Million pounds 266.. 0....00 1..... (202) 720–2127.5 Dollars per Lb....00 2.4 359.000 1. AND HORTICULTURAL SPECIALTIES Table 5-20....060 250.000 Tons 82. OR ..454 67. OR.............9 20...00 1.330.800 14.043 513.174 0.00 678.100 156.... 2003 ...130 Value 1.. PA ....914 274..0 16.... 2006 ........257 0...9 US .330 210...000 1......9 19......056 574..468 0..............450 920 27.....0 10..800 1... Table 5-23.......625 307..00 1..2 226...........1 3..390.900 26.6 248......... United States. WI .00 2...221 Value 1...230..... UT ...380 181.................2 320...—Sweet cherries: Production and value.00 2.....9 190........... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29.4 359..00 3...160 310...100.741 53...... 2002 ...315 0. MT ..680 248.... 0..00 Dollars per ton 2.9 262..000 1... and WA....540 245.....700 2....225 557.620 177.00 1..00 1.—Tart cherries: Production and season average price.700 283.5 3...516 1 Fresh fruit prices are equivalent packinghouse-door returns for Western States......050 31...00 2. Marketing year average price per pound 1 Utilized production Million pounds 370... 2001–2010 Year Total production 2001 ...133 484... 214. 2010 2 ........080 156..6 2........00 1....700 28.......000 Tons 92..628 40. 2004 .. Quantities processed are priced at the equivalent processing plant door level....448 0.2 320.382 0.9 62.00 1.. 2005 ..580 279..1 62..0 12.0 11..8 3.330 0.4 Million pounds 307.390 1........ 2008 ....055 940 52.. 248.354 0.344 61.1 22........060 442.... 2009 ...348 465.3 213....... 2005 ...350. United States......3 0..... 2008 .000 28.... MI .... Table 5-21.4 5.100 2..... and the average price as sold for other States...........8 2008 2009 Million pounds 128. NASS.... by State and United States. 2004 ....5 0.000 1.0 12.050 800 37..0 9...8 1.990.....5 15.... Crops Branch........000 Tons 94................00 US ..570 287..2 2..540.221 1 Fresh fruit prices are equivalent packinghouse-door returns for OR and WA..0 253. (202) 720–2127.328 0.... Crops Branch.....060.000 38. Crops Branch.00 478..228 0....2 2....6 Million pounds 242.377 0.00 2..000 2......... UT ... ID ...... 2009 ........... 2008–2010 Total production Utilized production Price 1 State 2008 2009 2010 2008 2009 2010 2008 2009 2010 CA .....870 312..0 16.490..00 2.5 3...9 248........060 442...620...330.. NY .150 1.............520.377 0......

7 35.............9 262............0 55................380 30.571 34...’’ 2 Includes canned utilization and other processed utilizations from all states.......190 190..130 248......520 35........6 Million pounds 0.. 2010 3 ..830 294......620 177......3 213........9 148...........3 Million pounds 87.......100 38...2 320.034 1 Includes ‘‘Home use.......000 ..............7 90.755 Tons 48.....................750 248..—Tart cherries: Production and utilization.......4 Utilized production Million pounds 307........ Oth Sts ..3 0.5 226..........................—Sweet cherries: Production and utilization....6 1. (202) 720–2127...500 130. 2003 .... .8 183. 4.AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 V–11 Table 5-24.... Tons 230...2 0...... by State and United States............050 60. wine...... NASS.000 14...380 181..’’ 2 Includes California canned utilization and other processed utilizations from all States..720 Tons 219.0 269...8 179.. Tons ............9 Other 2 Frozen Million pounds 129... Oth Sts .720 385............. .....9 1 Includes ‘‘Home use...650 37..060 250..4 359...........6 61...305 243..604 Tons ...0 253..........700 283........ 2005 ...000 4......... 2008 . Million pounds 135................. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00011 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-12. WA ..... brined... 2009 .730 Tons 83...... .....0 156.. 2006 ...570 185........8 28......303 24.........750 51.....130 Tons 145.....7 US ..0 123..........340 3.......5 76...... Crops Branch..........7 213...3 145...740 Tons .210 240..5 8........... Crops Branch... NASS...........2 32. 2001–2010 Utilization of quantities sold Total production Crop of— 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ....710 126.......3 123.4 1.500 3....... (202) 720–2127.....180 32............ ...470 Tons 94..500 7.. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29...0 38..........1 188. by State and United States..........0 1... crop of 2010 1 Utilization Total production State Utilized production Processed Fresh 1 Canned and otherwise processed 2 MI .............000 6........7 150..6 248..520 306........2 Million pounds 1 Includes ‘‘Home use........ 190........... MI .9 Frozen Other 2 29......500 6.5 58......730 46.6 78.....2 190..3 1...705 1 Includes ‘‘Home use....... OR ....9 62...........AG8 USDA ....4 183.....3 0..355 245..320 296...050 40............. .....................—Sweet cherries: Production and utilization.......... NASS...........9 23.....350 900 12..000 11..... .........4 67......... 2004 . 450 600 2......5 Million pounds 176....3 Processed Fresh 1 Million pounds 1....’’ 2 Includes canned utilization and other processed utilizations from all States.. ....... ........ Table 5-26............ Crops Branch......230 48................................... 2002 .........330 56.....2 226...160 39......870 312............ 2001–2010 Utilization of quantities sold Total production Crop of— Utilized production Processed Fresh 1 Other 2 2001 ......000 15.......2 87.... crop of 2010 1 Utilization Total production State Utilized production Processed Fresh 1 Canned and otherwise processed Brined Other 2 CA ........ 312.......7 54..........050 34.........140 42......580 279..... ..........720 307...340 Brined Tons 25.730 18..150 156...3 213......400 37................. and dried... (202) 720–2127. United States.0 6....—Tart cherries: Production and utilization....................680 248... United States.160 310.625 307.... Table 5-27... (202) 720–2127.......1 62......2 1.....’’ 2 Some quantities used for juice......595 175....0 267..............9 0......570 25.........034 21....560 175.. Crops Branch....955 US ..160 243........490 25....0 1........8 1..........100 29........ 8....000 5..9 248... Table 5-25..060 442.4 Million pounds 128..000 1.....570 287.. NASS....960 33. 2007 .......................8 67.........050 167...000 156....2 214...........0 232..770 222...9 Million pounds 12... Million pounds 370........ Tons 97.....................

....065 292. 2001–02 ..390 7..381 307..51 5..774.935 283.. 2 Equivalent packing-house door returns...... ..086 20...........517 2.600 32..37 5.665 1...105 5....314 4..065 395. 2006–07 ..........81 7.276 206..540 25.. concentrates. 2004–05 ..422 2.376 210. 2009–10 5 .....AG8 USDA .79 13.000 boxes 32..... 2006–07 .199 1..999...709 192.. 2002–03 ..482 1.280 234.900 37.723 1.431 13. grapefruit segments....04 Marketing year average returns per box 2 3...198....000 22.24 5.. 2007–08 .... .742 455 1..800 14.113 26..076 224...732 (8) (8) (8) (8) (8) (8) (8) (8) 4.. 2004–05 .250 1.650 8.660 50..00 4.......055 853 822 1..60 12.44 18..000 238.746 8..362 327..434 410.91 18. NASS. TREE NUTS..89 10..500 1.. 2003–04 ..225 9..... 2009–10 5 ..92 5.628 1. .432 112.400 650 700 ( 6) ( 6) ( 6) ( 6) 250 150 (8) (8) (8) (8) (8) (8) (8) (8) 17......277 137..79 5. .661 13.68 8.23 11.000 dollars Lemons 9.12 13...10 5.132 995 1.528 6...83 1..354 6..17 11....15 6.682.453 1.232 228.......471 2....758 11..37 12.36 9...004 11...500 210.860 2..989 2..750 177. United States.068 646 485 K-Early Citrus (FL) 4........358 1..750 9. and navel orange varieties beginning with the 2006-07 season...339 Tangerines and Mandarins 7 2000–2001 .678 12..77 (8) (8) (8) (8) (8) (8) (8) (8) 187 113 (8) (8) (8) (8) (8) (8) (8) (8) 19 24 (8) (8) (8) (8) (8) (8) (8) (8) 1 See footnote 1.46 4..475.000 boxes 1.772 7.750 58.. 2007–08 ..81 16.545 1.846.040 294.000 23.700 11.249 1... 5 Preliminary. 2005–06 .249 275.90 5...417 523.—Citrus fruit: Utilized production and value.792 9..16 8.40 32.338 157........000 16....... AND HORTICULTURAL SPECIALTIES Table 5-28...900 25.30 3.025 30.338 449.021 8... 26.11 18.00 11... 2005–06 ..638 5.88 6...000 1..900 32. 2005–06 ..528 335...579 18..400 8.02 5. 2007–08 ... 6 Included in early...28 14...200 Dollars 5.970...425 275.. 7 AZ and CA tangelos and tangors included..300 24. 4 Includes small quantities of tangerines in TX and Temples in FL..633 2. table 5-29......760 267.......204 2.300 1.564.156 269....640 30.658 1.96 17.718 117.. 2001–02 .915 3.. .97 13. (202) 720–2127.150 2..77 14...........556 15....030 179.93 11.400 12... 2006–07 .730 9..216..034 (6) (6) (6) (6) 907 1..90 21.282 6..12 13....251 137...69 7.06 15...600 10..217 3.54 10.350 1...68 3. 2003–04 ...793 6. 2004–05 .411 2..811 383.032 311. 1.836 1......918 9.381 1.... 2002–03 ..058 437 491 (6) (6) (6) (6) Tangelos (FL) Limes (FL) 2000–01 2001–02 2002–03 2003–04 2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08 2008–09 2009–10 Quantities processed 3 Temples (FL) 237.677 14.489 10.690 158..56 9...550 1....250 1...........454 1... 8 Estimates discontinued.620 216.. but for which growers received payment.88 6..200 21..420 8..69 4..30 17..239 223..93 9. 2008–09 ...76 4....400 1.. . 2009–10 5 .986 10...76 (6) (6) (6) (6) 5.....23 4... In some seasons. Value Grapefruit 1.080 52.800 21... 3 Includes quantities used for juice..150 27.930 142.25 1.. 2003–04 ...26 12.. .666 156..755 8..V–12 FRUITS..38 15..... Crops Branch. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29...100 27. midseason..150 900 .789 124.530 3.... 2002–03 ..450 9. 2008–09 ..55 (8) (8) (8) (8) (8) (8) (8) (8) 96..193 10........231 4..00 5.919 5.790 1. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00012 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-13. for season of 2000-2001 to 2009-10 Season 1 Production Marketing year average returns per box 2 Value Quantities processed 3 Production Oranges 4 2000–2001 ....906 1. includes appreciable quantities of oranges and lemons in CA delivered to processing plants which were not utilized.964 291.193 207.. ..67 8.829.687 163.. 2001–02 ..835 2000–2001 ...000 21.. 2008–09 ... 30 25 (8) (8) (8) (8) (8) (8) (8) (8) 40 30 (8) (8) (8) (8) (8) (8) (8) (8) Dollars 4....000 boxes 280..000 boxes 59..18 7.070 1..550 1.914 273.000 dollars 285.....591 4.600 39..232 127..620 306...098 296...100 2..989 2.22 10..041 345.198 236. ... and other citrus products.

.................... 120..............................02 8..48 11...100 6....550 120...... CA 6 .. 32.000 boxes 4 150 34................ 2008–09 and 2009–10 1 Utilized production Market year average price 2 Crop and State 2008–09 2009–10 1........ all oranges ...025 30................96 17.......... grapefruit—AZ and CA........ TX ...................16 6.......... 100 12.............10 10.....38 8......... 10....850 350 9. 12......... FL ......... 15.. 250 46..900 4.... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00013 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-14. all .700 3............15 10....................................... 2 Equivalent packinghouse-door returns............200 13...............200 21.................. FL......... 67...........14 9......................66 7.......................... CA .......................... CA .........................27 US... FL .....709 192....83 AZ ...............459 ..................................................................25 AZ 5 ............000 65.... and Navel varieties .......159 80....360 Dollars 11.......18 11........88 14................ lemons ..........................—Citrus fruit: Utilized production and marketing year average returns per box......22 10........ all grapefruit ......37 GRAPEFRUIT LEMONS TANGELOS TANGERINES AND 1 The crop year begins with the bloom of the first year shown and ends with completion of harvest the following year............ NASS.. Crops Branch....................000 2................600 (D) (D) 6... TX..............000 77............................... midseason. 4 Net lbs..AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 V–13 Table 5-29.................... 75............. CA .........700 15...............800 21.. 3 Includes small quantities of tangerines in TX and Temples in FL......000 21........600 1..................................... 25 4.. and TX....85 US.........000 23.........25 Total early........... 2008–09 2009–10 Total Valencia ............... 6 Includes tangelos and tangors. 4..55 7...01 .. Colored seedless ..900 159 ........... 90................................... 85. 10..............................400 6....................... lemons—76................58 (D) (D) 13......67 ORANGES Early........ 1.24 11.... TX . and Navel varieties: 3 AZ 5 ........ TX ............300 6........93 9....37 9................................... FL... 90..........................................82 8............38 7......... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29...62 13...... 42................... tangerines and mandarins—AZ and CA............................800 14.........43 All oranges: AZ 5 ......44 10..700 1..500 68.....45 12......................................................... 7.......................... midseason..............300 14...............81 7....300 1............... FL ....................500 133.. 24.............48 Dollars .............................................................67 MANDARINS AZ .......... FL........ 210....000 boxes 4 .38 10.................AG8 USDA ......600 5. CA .... FL ...............40 7.54 9.................. 80............12 Valencia: AZ 5 . White seedless ....46 4........375 9.......000 9..... 57......635 9............ 5 Estimates discontinued beginning with the 2009-2010 crop year.....000 9.....................................................................45 ....44 18......... per box: oranges—AZ and CA.............................500 84........43 10........89 17.... tangerines and mandarins ...... by State....100 275 6........................................... 13......700 18......... (202) 720–2127..................................49 US..... 75.......... TX ...........500 . 250 6.......150 900 4...500 1.................50 10........ 3.500 162...............04 FL ..........36 .............................500 20.......... CA ....54 14... 85...........................85 US..450 (D) (D) 10.57 7................600 1.............000 5...835 9.... tangelos...............

.......................200 3..000 289..............201 329....083 150 1...........470 41........... 21. 1........................007 593 532 23 155 756 .........100 42.......... 8...........................777 19.......216 160 968 610 716 20 155 855 ................. Mexico .................................000 290.......000 289....000 50.........................391 294....... 43...... 32............................................ 4............................200 27............................................650 3.............000 hectares 1................. Egypt ..963 Total ..000 3..........800 22....640 19.....080 22................690 600 1.....V–14 FRUITS........570 5...................933 1.. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00014 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-15......777 19.. 140..............................100 904 1......000 77...645 6.............671 36....... fresh: Argentina ............ 5...... Morocco . Vietnam ............ 280 12..751 49................876 21.200 50 8 1..........................734 45..268 United States ..........................840 1.. Korea..............350 1.120 4............341 6............ South Africa .......................... 150...000 1.................................... 42..............263 29 6 1............. 143.................................968 51..........................................545 5.......000 ... Morocco ...600 .................309 1........213 53.300 50.500 3........................480 Oranges....911 6..437 333...................................068 770 15....................AG8 USDA ............................111 United States ....... EU-27 .646 31.....449 22........................193 790 1............ Others .960 27......................... 1.............445 1...........................652 36.............. 400 12.000 .............. 151...391 294.............. South .....247 1........343 3...... South Africa .......... 1..................600 50.......600 ...........................150 Total Foreign .........................380 292...170 19. Israel ...... 154.000 ...618 50...... Morocco ..000 54........ 2008/2009-2010/2011 Area Country Production 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 1......... Others ...................... 143............664 334....................968 43.....201 329.. ...918 4.......000 . 33................ 293............ 332.000 41....984 322...088 740 635 20 146 846 ............................... ..................104 1............000 27............ 42...100 4...................966 45 214 672 .....479 7.........................368 3..530 4..........................500 724..........900 ............................................ ..............069 580 20...................000 3............... Japan ................ China .........600 ........340 46...427 21......................300 1.....570 530 141...490 Total Foreign ..380 292................ 1.....897 6......323 .552 334..............................690....962 4.................. China ..... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29.......555 42......500 3...............000 metric tons 45.........250 52..........................000 727.........000 metric tons 1...................550 490 140.....880 ..........686........000 19..............693............000 hectares 1..............000 metric tons 1........300 450 140. Turkey ....500 6..372 5......710 600 1..........500 3..........................000 .......................051 1..570 6...................845 20.................................... South Africa .... 21............ Turkey ...172 139 1......................................... Israel ..........................—International Citrus: Area and production in specified countries.......................... ... ............. EU-27 ..880 50 220 782 ........................... ...686..... Brazil ....096 Lemons: Argentina .......................690......000 39....000 ....................984 322............ Turkey .............500 ......................................... 19.............828 United States .............130 45........ ......693.. Others . TREE NUTS...........343 See end of table..450 ......000 77...000 hectares 1............................. 332.................... 22.......................900 ..........416 40.000 40.. 33.. 827 800 853 Total ........ 449 577 616 Total ...............500 3..........000 4. 5.............428 1......840 1........................... 360 14......000 78......791 Tangerines/Mandarines: Argentina ............. Japan ......000 ............... 1....000 900 17..... AND HORTICULTURAL SPECIALTIES Table 5-30.................... 293........... Total Foreign ......600 823 1.............. Phillippines ...430 600 1.............196 5............. .....014 6...104 1............. 5.....850 46 218 783 .......450 ..134 4.........500 724.... Mexico .....159 48 7 1....................................... EU-27 ....... ....897 5..............281 7....................450 .........................................................

..948 7.................. Total Foreign .433 4.........618 19......................827 6....066 3...............211 91..305 87...100 4...................456 13.................948 5.......822 115......900 103 235 426 343 191 ................000 9................................406 15......... South Africa ......445 876........... France(*) ........................016 4......... Census Bureau.....................................................................584 4................. ......228 5.045 4.................000 ...... Hong Kong .. 2..............................803 24..... Australia(*) .......... ................. Chile ......................... 2009 Metric tons 266........................................................................189 140..................................... 2008–2010 Country of destination 2008 Canada ...................054 6....071 8..........000 metric tons 7..........000 hectares 1.. Taiwan ....557 18......578 29..........142 7.041 4....000 metric tons 1......515 72..................... 45.334 34.............000 .....129 7.........907 7........ U....050 82......... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00015 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-16..............521 30.200 17.....................AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 V–15 Table 5-30....................... South ............................ China ......................... Quantity line items will only include statistics on the units of measure that are equal to............................................................................ 140 2....150 4.....000 hectares 1................ 31..................................974 22....116 World Total ..........000 hectares 1....... supply.............................. Malaysia ...............—International Citrus: Area and production in specified countries.962 23..................460 22....118 21...... and distribution statistics from foreign governments..... Mexico ....773 22.............875 8....740 7.................000 9..................... citrus: United States exports by country of destination....875 24.761 2...269 11................. 1......... China ...........066 11... Philippines .....................................................................268 991 Metric tons 268............406 30... New Zealand(*) ...154 45......................................... 45..................983 443 8..............773 15. (!) Denotes a country which is summarized into its obsolete country..................123 1....306 17.................................075 4.... FAS..... Belgium(!) .... 1................................. United Kingdom ... Office of Global Analysis......................304 Other Partners ........ 237 2..578 19....105 45.................... Data Source: Department of Commerce.....021.................600 112 225 430 377 210 .......... Singapore ................... .................... the assigned unit of measure of the grouped commodities...... New Zealand(!) ......................................945 12............................................................375 (*) Denotes a country that is a summarization of its component countries........850 ............762 5.......433 3...................................618 21...........................................128 19.............................962 30.................000 metric tons 1...........357 10........ Users should use cautious interpretation on quantity reports using mixed units of measure..........578 29...281 233.....(202) 720–6301.....................................110 10.................461 5...........................537 282..443 33......... France(!) ...................... Others .....845 2010 Metric tons 243.210 18.....279 31......................147 4........ Korea..................................................................783 23..743 261................ Turkey ... Office of Global Analysis: Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production.................... 7...........861 33....105 45..—Fresh fruits........... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29. Table 5-31..............025 1......................094 United States ....... Israel .....S..... Belgium-Luxembourg(*) ....... 7..... 140 2.........................154 45...129 10....................... United Arab Emirates .....338 4....520 85 233 432 370 168 ..........566 30...........271 38....AG8 USDA .329 4... Production 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 1..........210 FAS.......054 5....................000 .....925 40....... 2008/2009-2010/2011—Continued Area Country Grapefruit: Argentina ...937 4... Mexico . 1...................................270 13.....800 ............... Netherlands .......... Foreign Trade Statistics.............. Australia(!) ...........850 .. or are able to be converted to...147 5....931 51..........................................436 World Total . Japan ... 1.. Indonesia ....................................004 358 4.....357 1......................... EU-27 .......... Indias .....................................................260 18.989 9................944 4.183 1.........................054......

321 17.......656 64......060 572.020 358..351 27.......748 Metric tons 11.....370 Metric tons 389.445 115.108 81...697 11..845 218..... .317 Metric tons 4..027 7......566 101..0° Brix.0° Brix.846 3..772 2.277 340. ......988 638..818 Metric tons 110.260 3.117 4....862 155.901 34.........991 12..731 7......603 97...461 35.....245 65...055 215.897 3..538 270... United States.......601 550....000 gallons 1..079 626........058 9..973 267.364 3..000 gallons .545 3.—Concentrated citrus juices: Annual packs... AND HORTICULTURAL SPECIALTIES Table 5-32.....906 99..000 gallons 1... ... ....687 10..... .397 253.668 91...296 85...... TREE NUTS...865 245..434 6. ..057 156. .181 337....986 73...V–16 FRUITS... Grapefruit Imports Domestic exports Metric tons 52. .—Fresh citrus fruits: Foreign trade.600 79...... Table 5-33.AG8 USDA . ERS. ...782 13..317 Metric tons 3.. 2 Frozen orange juice reported in 42...155 495....406 17......373 99.148 7..400 350.409 27. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29..717 15.660 613.............681 8..356 359..443 Tangerines Imports Domestic exports Imports Domestic exports Metric tons 182.. 2000–2010 Season beginning December 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Frozen concentrated juice 1 Orange 2 Grapefruit 2 Tangerine 1...593 4.. ERS.....229 226. .....236 2.. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00016 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-17..214 37....... .. Food and Specialty Crops Branch. (202) 694–5260..206 1 Year beginning October for all commodities.122 306...363 246..786 12...133 14.678 14.. Grapefruit 40.027 306. .....904 852 1..780 3.294 19..358 2.496 18....629 396..375 20.. .......252 27.....054 135... Florida.. 196.983 13.662 665.785 56........207 27... Food and Specialty Crops Branch..982 97...216 11........781 18.....364 2..196 120. (202) 694–5260.580 21.564 40..700 19...162 499..067 Imports Domestic exports Metric tons 19.531 15............412 179.998 84.324 4.289 362. ..546 101.........101 251. Includes concentrated juice for manufacture.400 35.030 13... .699 Lemons Limes Imports Domestic exports Metric tons 34. .........659 2.327 17.127 36..263 699 525 446 650 459 691 1 Net pack....953 396......408 331.033 90.744 82... .....413 2..590 58...459 91.842 112.. 2000–2009 Oranges Year 1 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 .758 872 1...............983 17. ...180 Metric tons 570...789 55..041 69..

...000 38......200 5.4 157..........300 5.....167...000 5...................... .......896........100 38. ...554...............000 6.200 Value 1......175..........409 9......192 333.. .......................357..................... 6 Barrels of 100 pounds..000 Price 4 Dollars 23.592.000 6.123 13. NASS.430 2..................68 19......000 6..... 2001–2010 Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Bearing acreage Yield per acre Production Price per ton Acres Tons Tons Dollars ...... season average price per barrel......... .........996 4.494......000 6.9 179...700 24.........700 6........80 32...260 1.347 5.10 50... ......... .000 dollars 113..... total production............0 172... ............000 6.......900 4.....500 6.890....................... WA.................770......000 6.................300 1........ (202) 720–2127.... .............200 17.......532 24....840 22.... ....000 6................—Dates: Area..............................20 46.....—Cranberries: Area........7 144...380 1.... 4............ United States..253 5.... Equivalent returns at first delivery point....243..429...000 6... 1 .50 Value 1.....000 6. screened basis of utilized production..........966 33........811...................000 6...22 3......... .46 3.....9 Barrels 6 5.13 3............................. ........536 5........000 dollars 26.......000 17..600 38......... Crops Branch...596 37......334 27...865.. Acres 35.7 179....54 3....194.... ......000 5........... Specialty Crops and Fiber Branch. .094 ERS....193.... 5 Mainly for canning...243......510 24..................... value and quantities processed................... NASS.............327 26.....800 5.........—Dates: Foreign trade............. (202) 694–5260..700 5....000 6..........000 5......092 457...........360 1.. .............000 6............ and WI.000 6....000 6................ 2 Derived from total production.........312..500 38..6 158...........AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 V–17 Table 5-34... OR........ ........500 38..............90 35..08 3......646 182....AG8 USDA ....... .....300 39........180 1.....985 278......000 5.....960 1 Preliminary.....200 17.486 Quantities processed 5 Barrels 6 4...000 7.000 Utilized production Barrels 6 4..........02 3.....90 32............ .....................193..... yield..700 16.... 2001–2010 1 Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Area harvested .......834 202.........783 209...........20 33......0 205......329...............000 7.300 20.02 5..............200 38....689... .....500 5......700 28.000 6......554.......... ................3 161.. 3 Differences between utilized and total production are quantities unharvested for economic reasons or excess cullage and/or set-aside production under provisions of the Cranberry Marketing Order.....900 23...... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00017 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-18..682.10 48.140 2..20 41. ..000 1 Estimates relate to MA..079 12.. 2.. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29......913.........000 5.... marketing year average price per ton.... ........913...................500 5. 4 Average price of utilized production..811....400 39......................178 6........... and value...290 1.... 2000–2009 Year beginning October Imports Metric tons 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 .000 7............ NJ.....67 3....000 5......... ..... Table 5-36.550 1..6 176...000 6. United States.842...700 7...................600 39.04 3..888 332....700 4........... Crops Branch................. ......865..... California.......200 18................................ production...........500 Yield per acre 2 Total production 3 Barrels 6 149............ .......... yield.........785..878 37..........70 58..446 5... Table 5-35......310 1.........000 6........... .....792 37.783.. (202) 720–2127..476 316........... ..............................580..670 219....

100 165.... .000 182........... .000 55.. .954 30.30 562.5 18..7 63..100 11.. by State and United States.000 Bbl.. marketing year average price per ton. 2008–2010 Area harvested Yield per acre Total production Price per barrel 1 State 2008 2009 2010 MA ....... 1.. .. 38....000 dollars 15.30 34.913.060 ... NJ ..200 1........20 46.3 107....775 5.750 40.700 Acres 13.. 2 Barrels of 100 pounds..8 145..... OR .000 6.60 56..273 5...865........807 18.500 11.. AND HORTICULTURAL SPECIALTIES Table 5-37..950. .800 47.... ......10 US .900 15...000 205...000 400... WI .. (202) 720–2127.200 38.500 13...100 13...700 64....000 Acres Bbl. . .. 3..700 18...0 2008 2009 Bbl.....399 2..200 48.........5 3.300 1...... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29.000 4.....300 13.40 60. .. Food and Specialty Crops Branch....000 109. 2000–2009 Year beginning October Imports for consumption Domestic exports Metric tons 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Metric tons ......019 3..100 2.....100 49.40 48....000 91.....000 16.100 13......AG8 USDA .817..070 6.6 2008 176....300 43. Crops Branch...960. TREE NUTS.000 3. ..000 53.000 53.470... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00018 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-19...400 1..000 3...627 4.—Figs: Total production..870 Price per ton Substandard Tons 1...000 57...2 1.0 181....1 159..60 62.6 139..50 1 Average price of utilized production. yield..50 36. 2001–2010 Dried Year Total 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Total Production (dry basis) Standard Tons 13.487 2..........500 51....000 tons 11.10 2009 2010 48.. NASS.....300 12......540 1......10 55.......9 2010 179.. ...—Figs.4 1.200 15..3 2.....012 18..800 12...962 3.300 1..2 13....042 4......900 2.....607 4.084 NASS.145 25.811..2 179.221 5...900 3.....355 3. screened basis of utilized production....900 1.500 38..000 Bbl.506 2......100 2.700 15.000 58. and season average price per barrel......300 1...000 42.500 7.700 17.10 43.214 19..30 3.000 13..978 6..700 12.9 2009 2010 2008 58.... ....796 ERS.. (202) 720–2127.000 3.190 Dollars 923 902 828 897 847 829 873 1..000 10.4 220.253 19.50 108..100 11. ....373 20.700 1..60 47...000 430.800 43..000 6. United States. ..240 Price per ton Production Tons 41.600 15..V–18 FRUITS...—Cranberries: Area. and value.. Table 5-39..5 219...2 Dollars Dollars Dollars 1........ WA .000 512..900 1. .788 7.260 Dollars 366 340 317 396 404 426 401 599 695 549 Value 1..891....1 94...000 555. .374.000 14. (202) 694–5260.019 5.. Table 5-38.. . production.422 22.50 47. dried: Foreign trade.....000 252.035 2.477 6.2 Bbl. Crops Branch.2 2...2 Bbl... California..087 15..700 148.600 1.000 161...700 1.. Equivalent returns at first delivery point.152 5. ...60 290..... Acres 13.

.....453.300 2...080 3.....626... NASS.00 489..336....057..200.......... 1.700 94..990 775...079...200 62.....0 1....00 973.304....055..........000 4.. 2003 .000 4... yield.00 551.00 636........000 3....000 1. 1..000 205....00 463.600 5..00 6.......307..100 176.050 31.......00 269..00 576..—Grapes: Production and marketing year average price per ton...........00 447.470 7.. 2005–06 ... 2 Preliminary.....716.000 4..00 290...... 2002 ..170 7.600 6......440 7...00 ...305.00 1.000 1...000 350.200 83..00 519.... 2003–04 . AR 4 ...270.0 30.....000 3...000 3......00 1.00 402..0 45. United States.. 2007 .. (202) 720–2127..... by State and United States. Total production 1.....000 2...800 6. 2008 ...500 4.000 160.. Market year average price per ton 1 Utilized Tons 6...0 80.080.760 1 Fresh fruit prices are equivalent packinghouse-door returns for California and Washington.......947.00 497. Wine ...240...0 35.440 7.... 3 Estimates discontinued in 2009.. NASS....00 1.....00 265..740 40..00 489..030 7.... All types .00 383....00 1....800 5.......307.700 5.900 6........800 Value Cents 45.......400 4......00 350..00 609.. 2001–02 .00 885.. PA ..338..200 4.557. and value....600 6... 2006–07 .550 7...... (202) 720–2127.00 303.300 36..000 5........00 389..000 381......494.......170..400 133.000 225.......630 6...200 8....... NASS..00 1..400 4.....700 107...00 902.200 4..056..00 962.000 876..... 2.0 42....000 pounds 18.00 248.631 3.260 7..289 3.030......... Hawaii..... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00019 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-20.... NC .010 2. 2005 ... 753...000 569..00 505. OH ....AG8 USDA .........548.............250 7..530.....548... WA:...00 1.. Crops Branch...000 3....030.......... Wine ..643.250 7..000 6..100 176...0 60...489......00 ......000 176..00 356..00 1 Fresh fruit prices are equivalent packinghouse-door returns for CA and WA...000 1...400 130..... 1...000 dollars 8......938................200 7....950 3.00 456.079.... marketing year average price..000 8..00 489..000 160.. TX ....550 7.5 40..00 2...00 334.. Crops Branch..055...... OR ....000 176....000 6..900 7.00 349.00 366....930 7. US ......000 2....... Table 4 .0 30.319...050...810.910.000 205...00 989.000 5..100 7....200 3.... 2009 ... and value...... MO ... 2004–05 ...350 34..000 3...5 43.411..790 ..743.00 818.470 31.000 381...050 7.660 34.....00 1... NY .000 5....... 2000–2001 to 2007–08 Year Area harvested Yield per acre Acres 2000–01 ..629. 2004 ..000 3.500 73..400 6..0 360 320 160 150 120 100 80 60 Price per pound 1.229....—Grapes: Production..0 70.00 918..716..000 5.000 8.00 290..... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29....414.........260 7.....600... 811. 4 Fresh equivalent of dried and not dried..411....000 4.000 225...... 2008–2010 Total production Utilized production Price per ton 1 State 2008 2009 Tons AZ 3 .......000 3...200 64......279. production..00 1..095 3...... Raisin 4 . and the average price as sold for other States....00 1..000 4.008.. VA ..530 6..0 85...000 5.000 973.800 1. (202) 720–2127....377....520.....00 405..000 dollars 2....675.. MI ..500 73...700 6.....980 6......700 5...00 1.....000 973.00 243...000 2...0 37.. Quantities processed are priced at the equivalent processing plant door level..813........000 3.279.....568..900 6.....00 613.200 82..841.... 2002–03 ..600 36... GA .000 336.332...............AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 V–19 Table 5-40..00 285..000 6....00 483.540 Value Dollars 449.....600 5. 2010 2 2008 Tons 2009 2010 2 2008 Dollars 2009 2010 2 Tons Tons Tons Tons Dollars Dollars 800 1.000 4.. 2006 .569....000 876......00 387... Juice .......000 145. Crops Branch.. 2001–2010 Grapes Year Production (fresh basis) Total Tons 6...380 2...000 2...557..00 2.500 6..000 336..520..180 40...130...000 pounds 50.601 3.00 1..........867 2.......000 3.00 304.938.040.. 2007–08 1 .008........700 .629. Quantities processed are priced at the equivalent processing plant door level.000 4...366........200 172........700 .....00 1....100 4.00 505.00 711.500 6.250..743..319..609..—Ginger Root: Area..00 1..000 5..800 5......700.900 .. and the average price as sold for other States....945 3.100 96......000 156...00 7..540 456.810 6.......... 2 Preliminary....900 7..000 14..170 2001 ....100 4.000 145..450 446..009........414.732 3..00 477...000 6....880 1 Estimate discontinued in 2008-09.100 78....000 1.00 1........600 5..305....170 7....0 90.0 160...... CA: All types ...320 3..100 800 1...124 3.000 156. price.....00 891.....250 7.. Table 5-42......200 172..........00 427...480...569 2.. Table 5-41......00 336....... 2010 2 ..

000 176.500 6........110 Tons 29........930 7....000 5....... 2003 ........170 2001 ................800 1... Dried (fresh basis) 2 Wine Crushed for— Juice.....130 4.. ....780 3................ ....943.... Juice . 3 Mostly juice.. 300 400 ..... Tons 6...300 8....190 3. 1 Preliminary...000 160..600 6.......................170 7..... 31..... jelly...000 5..377...........000 1....273............ NC ... .200 tons..000 .....920..900 tons fresh equivalent..........300 399.. 55....... ........ .900 7..000 Tons 1......................629... 1. 2010 3 ....366...............000 829...000 .000 124...... 6...............900 raisins produced (dried basis): 347.............. AND HORTICULTURAL SPECIALTIES Table 5-43...643..000 3...540 Tons 864........... 2005 ..030 7...... ... 4 Included with fresh in 2005 to avoid disclosure of individual operations......000 25... 3........... Crops Branch.....000 3..... 2.......305............ Tons ....520 3.....240........... Tons . etc..000 1................ 2008 ... .110 398..... . crop of 2010 1 Utilization Total production State Utilized production Processed Fresh Canned AZ 4 ........... ....500 6.... All types ....750 397...170 7... .. 2012 2 Equivalent Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00020 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-21.......621.....990 Tons .. .......873.998..........—Grapes: Production and utilization......338........600 36........................665.............273....... 2006 .....610 31.... VA .000 fresh equivalent. . ..... United States........400 ..008... 3 Preliminary......000 5.....568......... ...200 83......... 1..... ..... NASS.......372. US ..630 6.....307.... Raisin ...581.....645.......... by State and United States.. WA:..079..000 160........629............. 25.760 .... 2003—153.......079...319...... 2009 .........000 .900 6..........900 6..... .... GA . 25......... .......736....000 1........414................110 25.........000 21........250 7....800 993.....610 797...200 10.130 438.229. etc......710 tons fresh equivalent..424..500 478.100 176....414... ........... AR ................ Wine ........000 8..000 1...........411...... MI ......950 3... (202) 720–2127.............. .......................000 176............589.......580 995.............000 40..... 336.040 52. 3.. ...... .000 8........... 2 Mostly juice...000 3..725....... .........700 tons......200 3.....000 4......... ..000 31.810.....590 920.569...200 573...400 479.. ....—Grapes: Production and utilization........100 ... but includes some quantities used for jam..... MO ...000 2.. Crops Branch........336.....................510.....100 Tons ........... jelly. . 120..... ...............AG8 USDA ... 336.............279. 160........ OR ..000 .... .......090 tons fresh equivalent.................................. 71.......000 20.... 5 Grapes processed for juice are included in other states wine to avoid disclosure of individual operations.. 2004—10.....489....460 882.. etc...............200 82.......800 4......907. .....008..... 4Estimates discontinued in 2009...057...........000 1... ....300 36......340 805.....100 tons fresh equivalent...................000 115. 1........260 7...........000 4.......720...... TREE NUTS..... 3.2 Tons 369...........780 417...530 399..... Table .... 2005—3...............300 fresh equivalent.......... 2007—1..... ................810 6..220 4..............450 984..........000 1.....................800 5........000 1....... .000 ....000 1. 2006—11....100 176.818......000 450 40 ... .. and 2008—13... 2004 ..050 31............. ........ 2002—2.........200 938.... Table 5-44.........000 4....... etc.....000 25....411.450 .... NY ...V–20 FRUITS....420 3....987. 1............... OH ........470 7..330 982........330 985.000 ...530 Crushed for juice......000 .. (202) 720–2127......000 ... Wine ... Tons .000 .........000 4..................... 7...... ...... Tons ... ...... CA: All types ... ..........107..720.............. NASS.. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29...550 7....................470 31.000 27........................................720...... .....568.... 2002 .000 1.......500 1......100 60 4..540 993..440 7......250 7.........250 7..........970 3........000 2........100 6...530 6...............530 176..........716.........000 25. ...3 Tons .... 2007 ...... ....000 274..............000 1............ but includes some quantities used for jam..........................000 .. PA .150 tons fresh equivalent..............220 619.....380 3.....400 .............700 6.......000 4............000 ..................000 1.. ........ 2001–2010 Utilization of quantities sold Crop of— Total production 1 Utilized production Processed Fresh Dried (fresh basis) Canned Tons 6..550... Oth Sts 5 ..........100 7. 2.......597........056......................900 1 Total production includes utilized production plus production not harvested and harvested not sold: 2001—1.......000 (4) 21.. ..........000 Crushed for wine Tons 3.716.................000 1.........813. TX ......................................

.......... Table 5-47........600 119.......349 175..200 Tons 265.6 11........189 567.301 24.....00 342.00 507. ....599 580... United States.571 16........800 233.........3 Production 1.300 9....00 Value 1.500 231.. Table 5-46... 2007 .4 13........438 134.106 29..451 173.746 614..000 250.... .......................300 3. 2000–2009 Grapes Year beginning October 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 ....000 dollars 127......00 522...............642 114...00 340....6 12.421 15...329 119...1 15......200 Processed (fresh basis) Tons 9........ .891 341.. and value. (202) 720–2127...467 24.500 231...... 2 Includes ‘‘Home use........... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29.......—Guavas: Area..500 219.700 8.117 Domestic exports Metric tons 12...00 436...00 553.....600 (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) Marketing year average price per ton 3 Dollars 464.. 2008 ....400 4... .08..166 1....000 273........955 23....028 86.......055 564.....4 13........... Crops Branch. Imports....1 17..512 532.. 2001–2010 1 Utilization Crop of— Production Fresh 2 2001 .. ERS...806 22..........870 626....... utilization.319 121.. fresh Metric tons 418.......3 25..... 2005 .. 4 Preliminary. ...............915 138...—Grapes and raisins: Foreign trade... marketing year average price....126 1.051 675 553 294 220 NASS.100 7.. Food and Specialty Crops Branch..........000 250........800 233.000 252.... (202) 694–5260.838 125......942 121....900 283.. Crops Branch.... yield.0 16... .....004 96.1 20.................... and value.305 110.. 5 Small quantities of processed nectarines are included in fresh to avoid disclosure of individual operations.......000 dollars 2....... ...........2 15. United States. 2004 .289 Metric tons 118.... ..AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 V–21 Table 5-45...... Hawaii.205 284.731 294......908 602.......... ...012 501.000 302..455 925 1...............500 219....9 Value 1. (202) 720–2127.416 11......400 300.396 293....... . NASS........112 160...552 354.0 13.00 382....... . fresh Raisins 1 Domestic exports.....00 367.. .........—Nectarines: Production... Tons 275..754 307.... 2003 . 2006 ...000 pounds 25.... ....611 129... .. 2009 ...079 301......000 300.000 269....6 15.....9 14. ...............892 118.. . utilized production... 2001–2010 Year Area harvested Acres 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ....670 299.602 321...8 14. 2002 ......00 631.....700 6.......300 Price per pound Cents 14...8 14....... . 2010 4 ..157 1.......648 21. prior years are California only...000 302....AG8 USDA ............100 8.....273 Imports for consumption Metric tons 303........075 1 Washington added in 2005. ...000 273.........3 21.......184 126....100 1.......000 pounds 15...114 1 Raisins converted to sweatbox or production basis by multiplying by 1.... 610 550 530 525 620 365 170 160 135 115 Yield per acre 1............ 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00021 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-23.134 122....079 600.....900 283.....9 15....500 2.’’ 3 Processing fruit prices are equivalent returns at processing plant door...7 15...

.300 9......... marketing year average price...................852 108............000 103...... value...... (202) 694–5260.........533 Edible Metric tons 415 367 464 504 723 423 1.085 109...500 20............. United States. ....000 45....649 219.............611 268.000 25.000 118.......096 58.... Table 5-49...983 48................384 100.500 5.097 18.....360 Crushed for oil Canned Tons 3.000 6...883 244....... ..800 96...230 137...—Olives and olive oil: Foreign trade....... .. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00022 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-24..500 66.......... 2004 ...500 125.. 2007 .500 14...000 20.........500 3.000 dollars 90.......575 594 114 ERS...200 1.....100 21..........000 Tons 109.375 112... 2001–2010 Year Production 2001 ..... ................119 86..... Crops Branch.500 24......000 12...000 Tons 5...043 133 289 184 Metric tons 212..........900 10...500 16.000 6.. 2010 1 .000 96...500 142.398 262......716 275................300 195..694 46.. and processed utilization......289 60..000 14.....500 11.......176 242.....000 7... 2009 ...000 1 Preliminary........607 1.....375 118....V–22 FRUITS.....587 32. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29..... 2000–2009 Imports Year beginning October Olives In brine 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 .....500 132.......000 107..... 2002 ...976 248. NASS..000 1.. 2005 .000 4..—Olives: Total production..... ..000 17.... (202) 720–2127.000 74..300 300 8..........186 260.800 3...........000 23..736 118........ TREE NUTS....300 500 4. ... ..... ....000 Dollars 672 573 409 564 564 771 654 697 696 581 Value 1.069 Inedible Metric tons 0 276 97 26 3 295 1..... 2008 ........ ..000 1...000 6...500 37...... Food and Specialty Crops Branch....341 217...400 100.......054 105. Olive oil Dried Metric tons 98. Processed utilization Marketing year average price per ton Tons 134..209 113... AND HORTICULTURAL SPECIALTIES Table 5-48..................... 2006 ...800 46.................. 2003 .....643 80.....343 106.700 82........ California...000 Limited Undersized Tons 15...AG8 USDA .

... 2009 .... Crops Branch...5 1......038 18..0 987.7 Thous 100.5 498.. Quantities processed are priced at the equivalent processing plant door level..... brandy........ pickles..8 1.—Peaches: Production and value..........5 1....130.229. 4 Preliminary...0 pounds fresh...... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29..1 12. 2007 .955 150...5 1..8 1 Includes harvested not sold and unharvested production for California Clingstone peaches....8 1..259.9 567........ 2 Preliminary.......802 112.....911 103..434 120..... .......2 Thous 453.3 1.267....155... Marketing year average price 1 Utilized production 1.......113.....4 12.5 1.. (202) 720–2127.2 10......438 7..... preserves...3 1. wine.5 523.135..000 tons 1...... ... ........... Includes small quantities frozen for some years....—Peaches: Foreign trade........6 1.. 2003 .937 163..5 1.. in fruit salad 2 3 Metric tons 344 685 827 1.653 614...... NASS... ...... 2002 ...010........3 54..274 6.307.7 9...078 619 690 604 662 Total. Food and Specialty Crops Branch..9 1......162 5..4 111...8 502....259......7 502...... ....914 Canned..8 101...922 29.019 9. Crops Branch..... (202) 720–2127...559 112....267.....’’ 3 Used for jams.0 481.......9 17..1 12.. ..9 479..9 535......5 1.082.9 1.......6 14.217.6 1.127.908 418 400 377 375 447 520 450 490 548 544 1 Fresh fruit prices are equivalent packinghouse-door returns for CA and WA except equivalent returns for bulk fruit at the first delivery point for CA Clingstone...352 98. NASS.115...043 488...... and the average price as sold for other States.3 1...103.....6 42........135.7 374..050 135.2 111..1 49...804 511...093 502....100 10.229.... 2001–2010 Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Total production 1. baby food.4 92.2 10.011 454.205.3 1......7 428.. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00023 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-25....217..3 463..152 157...9 1...697 Dried... ....9 1...2 33. in terms of fresh 4 Metric tons 144. in fruit salad 1 Metric tons 3...113... ...7 1..266 20.5 105......406 461..359 37..6 Value Dollars per ton 1...3 542.. ..087 545.—Peaches: Production and utilization.....AG8 USDA ...7 1..549 11.850 42..446 132... Domestic exports Fresh Canned Metric tons 127.....010..2 1...........000 tons 1...5 7........ 2001–2009 Year beginning October 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 .205.478 4. etc.000 dollars 483.. ...0 1.....4 102.6 1.3 96...0 104.203..3 1...307.. 2 Net processed weight.....150....2 135.....885 3..103.. Unprocessed dry weight converted to terms of fresh fruit on the basis that 1 pound dried equals 6....... 3 Dried peaches are 21 percent of total dried fruit for salad.........184.203...4 Thous 22.3 ... United States. .217 1....2 1.....9 1..0 987.145...6 Thous 564... ERS..9 1.....464 513......... 2004 .2 529..155.0 1....08. 2 .... ......418 32......2 1... 2005 ..7 537. ...2 41.184..2 530..........904 86..3 1.1 484. ...3 Thous 1............145......6 441....082.915 27.5 Dried Frozen Other 3 Thous 14. Table 5-51.150...... Table 5-52....130.230 105...3 1...8 36...8 426..420 132.....2 1.... . Thous 1.. United States.AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 V–23 Table 5-50....458 163. Canned peaches converted to terms of fresh on basis that 1 pound canned equals about 1 pound fresh....7 13..115......052 Metric tons 10....... ...856 125..854 593.4 22.339 1 Canned peaches are 40 percent of total canned fruit for salad.127.. 2001–2010 Utilization of quantities sold Total production 1 Crop of— Utilized production Processed (fresh basis) Fresh 2 Canned 2001 .. 2 Includes ‘‘Home use... United States. (202) 694–5260..6 1. 4 Dried fruit converted to unprocessed dry weight by dividing by 1..3 1....235 16.. 2008 .......5 16..506 103.. 2010 4 . 2006 ..

......000 1. Freestone ...400 17..000 432.... OK 3 .000 6...... Crops Branch.750 14..........800 14.......00 1.000 21...000 426.....000 5..100.800 1 Preliminary. US .. by State and United States.370.010...........000 3...000 1......640.. (NA) Not available.........000 433....00 325.290 4....870... ...470 Tons ..000 469............ and the average price as sold for other States..’’ 4 Used for jams..200 34..—Peaches: Production and utilization.800 5...........310....430...... CT .. 123... MA ................. Tons ......00 (NA) (NA) 1.240 5.......100...990 1...00 877..250... MD .600 7...600 6.. LA 3 ........300 4..500.....00 908.................. .800 Tons ....00 1.. TN 3 ...200 16..240 (NA) (NA) 21....00 1. ..130...00 990...200 40.....00 386..... KY 3 ............800 102.......830 817..500 5......760............ 2012 2 Difference Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00024 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-26........00 354.........V–24 FRUITS.....—Peaches: Production and season average price per pound.600.......00 1....000 385.00 (NA) (NA) 1.................... ID ........ OH ..............00 2 Fresh fruit prices are equivalent packinghouse-door returns for CA and WA except equivalent returns for bulk fruit at the first delivery point for CA Clingstone...00 544......00 1....150 2. 87......... 99...00 1...500 7.140... etc.....00 921....800 35... CO ...... ..... Crops Branch....000 8......000 1........00 480.........850 5...............000 13.00 1.....000 432......... all . .000 5.......200 25....000 385...000 (NA) 4....980 (NA) (NA) 20.... IL ... NASS......410 (NA) (NA) 27..00 1......000 1. .......000 ....560 (NA) (NA) 27........... VA ......... (202) 720–2127....730 1..... between total and utilized production is harvested not sold and unharvested production.000 5.......800 1....100.00 1. ..900..500 5....700 6....... Clingstone .....030..000 9.00 1.00 (NA) 1............800 66.00 681..... ....000 385... .00 1..800 5.. ..000 1......100 26........000 ...00 1..300 32.113...590 567...800..00 925... 37......... GA .200 110.000 ..590 490. Oth Sts ...010 14. 3 Includes ‘‘Home use. 1 Preliminary.00 920..00 661.900 5..... GA .300 6. 14..... .000 426.......000 6................000 8.... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29....300 6.......900 75.250 6. PA .....220 428..090.... .00 683.. CA Freestone .470 5.. NY ...470 Tons ....00 741... US .. 272.500 6.......420 7. ..600 450 3.770 1.000.....00 2...........400 9...082.000 14........00 1.....000 350...00 1...150..00 1....470 1... brandy..800 (NA) 13.00 817...580...150. PA ....... NASS....000 14.. .......000 7................................ NJ ......00 498........ .........000 1...00 691. ...................000 4..210 14.00 (NA) (NA) 1...800 ......................... ...110.......960 1. (202) 720–2127... AR ..... 2008–2010 Total production Utilized production State AL ...500 800 1...000 385.000 13........ Tons 817.00 2...580 (NA) (NA) 3.200 60..........00 347...00 922......000 5...............830 4...120..650 13..700 4....000 817.....................660........210 (NA) (NA) 3........ .......160.000 20................000 1..200 38.000 1.......000 (NA) 3...500 21..600 4.100 (NA) (NA) 4.00 1..200.......................800 14.00 1.....400 4......000 4..........800 1........00 1.......AG8 USDA .200........ preserves.700 104........800 17.00 723...............900 5...600 21..000 40..... ..00 1.000 (NA) 14..000 5.610 1...00 2.. WA . 16..900 5.00 2.....135....000.130.......200 110......700 ............. ....500 1..00 343....500 2.....00 2...000 432..000 7.00 1.200 5...........470 12...500 819...800 33.... 1...200 859..00 1....000 11..... UT ...000 1.....030.200 57.000 112.....00 1..500........00 1..000 1............ crop of 2010 1 Utilization Total production State Utilized production 2 Processed (fresh basis) Fresh 3 Canned Dried Frozen Other 4 CA.... SC .00 1.00 1....350.600 1.............. ...00 398..00 920...000 1.000 5.....400 859........ WA ......200 28....000 8..600 ..000 4..250....150............... SC .........200 8.....300 6. 414.020.. MI .....310 1...00 1...070..500 4..800 102..040..060.......200 30.00 930...300 1..000 433............. TREE NUTS.......750 16.........700 450 3....120 819.. Price per ton 2 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 Tons Tons Tons Tons Tons Tons Dollars Dollars Dollars 7..00 845...850. Clingstone .........500 1..... OR 3 ...00 1......000 14..... by State and United States... MO ......... WV ..103.....00 2.570 14....00 977.............. ......00 874......000 5.00 339.......480 1.100 16.300...000 6...000 432.200 36.. 12...500 5.630. TX .....00 358....020.500 5.. 3 Estimates discontinued in 2009....600 6...........000 3. .400..580 (NA) (NA) 3...800 5.00 2..00 955.650 14.00 1....100 34..... NJ ..000 36.00 1.....000 4...................000 469..500 34..... NC .....00 1....... AND HORTICULTURAL SPECIALTIES Table 5-53... .000 350.....000 4.....000 103...500 5...300 7..00 360..490 Tons . Table 5-54........ ...00 338......200 4..............00 868......500 1...750 13...00 650....00 (NA) 2.800 5...100 Tons 817...00 1.. Quantities processed are priced at the equivalent processing plant door level......00 (NA) (NA) 1....040.00 773.00 548...000 38.300 1......200 2....500 6...........400.150...000 12............00 1......580.........

....—Pineapples: Total area............ 12....097 710 752 730 1............. utilized production..381 13..........000 106............ 55.. Mexico ......000 dollars 96.................. Indonesia ..000 96....AG8 USDA ...........000 (1) (1) (2) 2 Estimates Dollars 298 314 338 378 374 398 (1) (1) (2) 1................ Canada ... prepared...121 1. Philippines .....235 2........... United Kingdom ................ Belgium-Luxembourg(*) .....................904 460 841 1..............337 100..........226 1.. H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-27..137 Data Source: Department of Commerce.......... Thailand ....................000 300.300 582 964 40.......... India ........041 930 1..652 (1) (1) (2) discontinued in 2009...353 1........ Australia(*) ........ the assigned unit of measure of the grouped commodities...463 20....... or are able to be converted to........ Indonesia ...250 World total ..........810 5......... Users should use cautious interpretation on quantity reports using mixed units of measure.......057 Other Partners ..................143 1.........090 3............249 873 3............................482 3.............010 1........737 1........561 2..........................000 (1) (1) (2) 1 Missing data not published to avoid disclosure of individual operations.......849 15................. Product Group. FAS.AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 V–25 Table 5-55. Israel(*) ............................104 79... .......103 17.......313 51......222 2..000 170...... South ..733.............963 196................841 6......... 7....521 2.............. Saudi Arabia .................219 39........036 2... Korea......417 3..............748 3....... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29..... Japan .... United Arab Emirates ....................288 73...... Netherlands Antilles (exc............ Taiwan ........................089 15..859 Fruit................ Taiwan .......827 2..470 83...136 3..100 19................. Hawaii....... .......... U...150 1............................ Crops Branch....000 116........... marketing year average price..068 57...........................316 8...............053 702 1............................723 324 285 643 65..............977 2.. ..............689 3... Costa Rica .... China ................................ Hong Kong ............811 35............428 35................................. Total area Acres 20...000 117..........585 30.........717 2..499....................... The .....567..... 2008–2010 Country 2008 2009 2010 Metric tons Metric tons Metric tons Fruit...........................218 8.... (202) 720–2127....284 1... Census Bureau.....................093 4... Office of Global Analysis..............905 8........... ..........................223 192.........100 16...784 1.....783 28.. Mexico .....000 185................................................................... (*) denotes a country that is a summarization of its component countries......311 4....... ....................S............902 7... 4....000 (1) (1) (2) Tons 110..935 1......... misc: China ............. Singapore ...............483 9.566 7........... Singapore .303 12.......................... Foreign Trade Statistics.. processed: Canada .............343 11....067 1.....792 6....093 1...000 89....020 817 811 739 679 677 Other Partners ............... Malaysia ...................................720 1........... utilization.....870 1................... and value. Thailand ..470 4....550 1..... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00025 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 Value Processed Tons 213.............................000 212.....751 29................ Aruba) ..........600 (1) (1) (2) Utilization Utilized production Price per ton Fresh Tons 323.....................613 480 1.......................698 1.....000 203............ Australia(*) ..981 30............683 World total ....076 635 966 626 672 2............................ NASS......335 513 1..........319 7........... (202) 720-6301. 16..214 1...................191 7.........000 106....... Bahamas..... ........000 13...000 220.. United Arab Emirates .616 101.......... 2001–2009 Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 ........483 4.......... 198.....952 583 4......... Panama .......... Panama ......450 1........ Table 5-56......................459 686 244 1....536 1..............048 15......................741 2...... United Kingdom ..274 2......... South ... Japan .000 130.............000 104.....000 14......... ........................... Malaysia .................... Phillippines ......945 43.................000 320.............458 787 628 1..........840 4...............738 3..........242 1............ Korea....000 12...................625 4... .........091 3.....315 1............................081 10..101 1.................................—Fruit: Exports.......... Quantity line items will only include statistics on the units of measure that are equal to...

.976 186. in fruit salad 1 2 Metric tons 5. United States..850 868.. Domestic exports Imports for consumption......00 378..00 602. CO 3 ....688 165.......400 231.000 66. all ..300 56....081 355.260 823.720 (NA) 452...........000 168... NY ...000 211..000 166..... Other ..400 821.00 519....000 50.. .334 273....436 146.00 467...........V–26 FRUITS.800 9.200 9. Crops Branch.....587 85......... (202) 720–2127... .00 499. MI . 4 Dried converted to unprocessed dry weight by dividing by 1..........00 453.000 195....880 955... ..392 4. all .... 2 Dried pears are 162⁄3 percent of total dried fruit for salad.. .000 (NA) (NA) 900 8.... PA ....00 498....400 280 377...00 464......—Pears: Production and value....498 108.00 368..000 800 2.... Table 5-58..320 842...028 7.026..219 79...300 (NA) 390.. Bartlett ..00 469.....00 366..—Pears: Production and season average price per ton..00 335. .. Unprocessed dry weight converted to terms of fresh on the basis that 1 pound dried equals about 6.400 3..........00 416......00 (NA) 350.. . OR.000 55.000 255.431 264...... Utilized production Price per ton 2 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 Tons Tons Tons Tons Tons Tons Dollars Dollars Dollars 243......928 363..00 351.. (202) 720–2127.... and WA.....220 813..00 989.600 Marketing year average price 1 Value Dollars per ton 266.....00 511.. ERS. ...00 373..00 372..00 469.400 300 377.061 164. ....... CT 3 .....000 5.340.400 456.020 934..00 520.. AND HORTICULTURAL SPECIALTIES Table 5-57.00 372..000 (NA) (NA) 4.328 66....00 397..... Food and Specialty Crops Branch.389 1 Net processed weight.000 50. Crops Branch....00 689...000 211.....00 2 Fresh fruit prices are equivalent packinghouse-door returns for CA....930 890........ NASS.00 869.....954 6...000 dollars 263.000 222..240 167..000 (NA) (NA) 900 8.000 220..... by State and United States..... OR.. US . Bartlett ..00 729....333 175.000 48. TREE NUTS..........964 185. and the average price as sold for other States.000 1..820 813...... Quantities processed are priced at the equivalent processing plant door level.. Fresh 1 Canned Metric tons 158.000 145.000 163.00 711......000 168..695 1 Fresh fruit prices are equivalent packinghouse-door returns for CA....000 66.000 5.....00 358.......000 243..600 868.793 166...100.000 436...174 12..00 (NA) (NA) 343... ...950 869..AG8 USDA .346 160.. .....000 186.......820 (NA) 452...........235 Total..900 800 2.136 ......112 Metric tons 422 273 544 656 966 856 492 548 479 525 Canned.669 8.00 368......850 957....00 406.. and the average price as sold for other States.649 171.300 192...000 2.400 1. .. Quantities processed are priced at the equivalent processing plant door level.200 229.. 1..00 1.....365 5.. .880 955...000 47...767 8..011 180.967 86...000 170..024 132......969 293.00 1.03.855 82........000 200..000 220..... 2000–2009 Year beginning October 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 .000 266.00 473..142 292.923 76. 2 Preliminary..850 10.00 294.......00 388...000 55..883 6... Other .... (202) 694-5260.181 4.727 Dried... Other ..—Pears: Foreign trade..........00 395... United States 2001–2010 Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Total production Utilized production Tons Tons ....084 142.....252 159...........000 170... ....00 574....462 8...00 456...... Bartlett .........00 310.834 85....730 165..... UT 3 .. in fruit salad 3 Metric tons 4....000 186.....00 (NA) (NA) 348.. .....000 2.00 490. ....659 180......092 3.944 4.035 872..........000 48.. Canned converted to terms of fresh on basis that 1 pound of canned equals about 1 pound fresh..000 145...... fresh Metric tons 85...000 2..430 888...000 2.. 1 Preliminary.050 878.....00 414.. OR. and WA....378 7.....200 192........200 11.157 143...000 19. WA.043 3.. ... 2008–2010 Total production Variety and State CA.356 10.300 56.....000 195....000 255..887 6.. 3 Estimates discontinued in 2009..300 231.00 (NA) 485.220 813......000 (NA) (NA) 4.00 504.000 163...863 329... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00026 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-28.000 47......... in terms of fresh fruit 4 Metric tons 170...00 439............00 409...5 pounds fresh....00 744.120 871...000 266....000 166.000 222........00 297.... all ..000 200. Table 5-59.662 381..300 175...900 229.092 396... .. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29.00 397.450 873.570 928. 3 Canned pears are 35 percent of total canned fruit for salad.952 10.400 (NA) 390....670 831..00 422.... 2 .820 813.........300 175... NASS.850 957....769 146.

.........000 15.000 38...000 2.........527....852..000 13.... ..........000 2...............304.............985..... ..............759 2.000 105........351 Apples... Canada ..490 ...000 .... Others ..300 800.......000 1.... .000 160... EU-27 ............. Chile ......422.569 50...................................100 ....000 853..470 .660 351.........000 14.. 26.......... 1. EU-27 .000 38.............571......000 12...684.000...000 613.................594 438.000 100......287.......659 435...900 .............328 62.... 1...........753.....................................551 525...332 215.........877 6...... 495.......520 ... 39...........500 24....................881 15.....AG8 USDA ...................630 15...870 185.... 150...... ....................................898 4....000.......729 60....218............217..700 70... 4.000 3...120 190.000 1....265 210............148 58....... Japan ........199....000 63..640 16...000 1.....—International Fruits: Area and production in specified countries......050 ..................087 1....000 380....000 2....584 See end of table....064 1....745 26.......000 165.......................525 United States .155 57.................935........ 39....104 180.......000 3..474 165........000 6.............000 .....304 1..............500 175.... 151...... 9... Chile ...............260 United States .000 1......... EU-27 ...............636 356...................474 165....729 56.000 6.461 Total . 226.. ...........659 435................ sweet and sour: Argentina ...... .000 165. 315... 788... .........430......594 438................... 6............000 76.........680....000 10..788 12..000 31.......... 10........ 500............900 16.......563 164..........500 14....................................370.....500 170......................750.....134 650...........000 ..................... 221.....120 732........516 1.327....000 719....739 933..216 385.. Russia ..........000 628..506....280.....563 32....414 United States ........452 Fresh Cherries...000 174....700 1...000 282.283..000 1.....390 ......................364 17... China . China .................955 Total Foreign .228 610... Russia .. 222............................................................046 ..000 2.... 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 Hectares Hectares Hectares Metric tons Metric tons Metric tons 24.464 4.........180 4.......000 29.........205........230................... Japan .............. Russia ...210...........800 7........... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00027 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-29.... China ......... Serbia ..940 ......................000 38.... 127........300 361..115.....000 29...................... Brazil ........................104 970..749 30............... 127.........645 20.......780 ............000 ...200..880 3.....845 5.....000 29.............. ...000 810........000 896....000 11....190...600 69.480 1.... 495.....800 11.......200 172. Ukraine .......................342 215.....497 Total ...000 347.........645 830....... Japan .................. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29......620 18..777 1..............676.817 Total Foreign ........ 127..000 280........379.......000 ....000 2..............000 2.........000 33......000 5.......745.....655.... .........000 366.......852 1.....017 .........740 29.............480 1........ 1...750 185.620 19........000 ..499 1.... .. South Africa . 2008/2009–2010/2011 Area Production Country Pears.. 9........767 Total ................ 39.....800 1...........................000 10.750 14...000 262...............220......700 21....................... Turkey .....262............ .................450 .... .....064 1.............000 6..256...142 2...........018...... .........016 19...... ................823.................000 3....................... 431...000 6.......175...000 77..............205....000 624..979 2.. Mexico ................ 431...000 ........... Others .......345 361....174...........000 59..............123 4....... Others .......................000 892....500 190.... .....777 780..................000 1..500.000 6..000..250 6............. 1.083 495..........................................................880 732 29..............490 19......000 1...190........... 136.........700 351.............. India .... .....890 Total Foreign ........906 28.280 .... 1.020 26...........000 ........... Australia ...800..................538.205......237 4.000 1.........087 1............................................967 59.....................205...289.. Turkey ....... .............860 2...............275.....000 3.....248 867..........722..842...............000 350.......... fresh: Argentina ......000 125.. Chile ...........000 61.158 61......418.................000 1..563 164..697 19.......... ................AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 V–27 Table 5-60...................264 20.. ..............556........100 33..500 24...................000 1...............................600....000 10......000 724.......936........656..... ....................... ...... Australia .....000 910.... fresh: Argentina ...................................................000 29.............. 151.............832 32..................... Turkey ........500 28.....000 11........000 3.......... 148...............

...... 230..810........000 .. . 331. 2............351 3.........AG8 USDA ........ 230...........089........... ........ EU-27 ....... ...............000 177....606 ... supply.000 9......817 10............. Chile .....284................. Office of Global Analysis: Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production.......... 9........000 31. Canada .............000 9..012 16.......... 9........... TREE NUTS.755 14........879.526 1....000 30......974....000 .........693 ........203 United States ...........................000 4. 98...............889......... Taiwan ...................... Russia ..............438 ....199............. Others ........... and distribution statistics from foreign governments............... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29...060.......000 . 331......000 26..015.................380 .........000 30....000 ......... .300 27. 105. China ....... ....373 540................ 228.......000 151....429 253.700 30. 2008/2009–2010/2011—Continued Area Production Country Fresh Peaches & nectarines: Australia ..032...... .......000 3.......... Turkey ..................................439 14.......... AND HORTICULTURAL SPECIALTIES Table 5-60..102 250.875..............820 ................................429 253............V–28 FRUITS.......729 16............. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00028 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-30.549........ 10......573 1..........043 FAS.....................755 15.....102 250......................000 10.......... ............... 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 Hectares Hectares Hectares Metric tons Metric tons Metric tons .........—International Fruits: Area and production in specified countries............. 1.....................500 29.... 2.....................815.........100 ....................483 ..............000 150... 105............. 77....915 157.... 14.....900 Total ............. .181.................143 Total Foreign ............. ..... 2....838 547..........643 550.........000 171.......................................................000 28.590.........100 .......665 150......436 10.........500 ...........................500 26........................... Japan .913 10......

...............400 33....000 168.000 (D) 529....000 145. (202) 720–2127.........000 900 8....800 34....000 US ............000 (D) (D) (D) 105.................380 1.....950 514.....500 30............100 1............... WA.200 1..’’ 3 Mostly canned..000 170. (202) 720–2127....... OR. 2002 ......800 32........ utilized production... United States. Other ................ Bartlett ................ 2003 .....670 2 Includes ‘‘Home use.....000 168. (202) 720–2127....393 14.730 283....270 504....... 2001–2010 Crop of— Total production Utilized production Utilization of quantities sold—Fresh 1 Tons Tons Tons 2001 .....123 1 Preliminary................800 1..430 888.850 957.000 pounds 52. 2002 ...........000 1......................................480 1.. 2005 .020 934........ and value......................... Crops Branch.....220 813.. crop of 2010 1 Utilization State and variety Total production Utilized production CA..............400 1 Preliminary.565 1...000 47.......570 928..320 524.............325 1...000 222.....730 1 Includes ‘‘Home use.... 2007 ...........AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 V–29 Table 5-61....7 34.200 2.....000 Tons 220..300 390..... Other ..050 878......................120 871......000 900 8...........960 548........ but includes small quantities dried..........000 50.450 873......700 2..900 42..200 900 Price per pound Cents 26. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29.—Pears: Production and utilization...600 813........... PA ...000 2.. 1.............. 2007 .500 31...5 39..5 34.950 1............—Pears: Production and utilization. NASS.......924 13................. and other uses....500 30....... Crops Branch......930 603................200 192......100 30........310 1. 2009 ............................320 842..............’’ 2 Preliminary....035 872. all ....600 31...... all .............200 2.000 pounds 3.........000 (D) (D) 115... 2004 .... 2003 ... Table 5-63.............186 11.....AG8 USDA ............... Acres 1.......000 2.......................049 13.........0 Value dollars 14.200 31.................100 2................... Other .000 (D) (D) (D) 63.....700 26. (D) Table 5-62...670 831......................................... 2006 .......2 38.........000 222.. 2010 2 ....... by State and United States.....700 33. all ....880 955.700 40. NASS.800 529....850 868..600 35.................300 192.......................... juiced... Bartlett ........820 813.....000 (D) (D) (D) (D 31...2 43. 2010 1 ..720 551.241 11.....................720 1................000 47......... Tons 220.........026......094 14..........000 45..350 Utilization Utilized production Fresh Processed 1............................265 1.....950 869....0 45............. 2001–2010 Year Area harvested 2001 .... Crops Branch......... 2005 ........... 2009 ..... MI ... Fresh 2 Processed Tons Tons (D) 55.............. 2008 ......530 1........361 11............ 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00029 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-31......... Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations..........260 823........ marketing year average price......000 pounds 55...... NASS..0 37.....400 821...... 2004 ....... utilization............ 2008 ......200 1.............400 568..................900 28...........................000 (D) (D) (D) (D) 16....................598 11. Bartlett .....930 890..........300 29... NY ...........000 170.... Hawaii...000 42.0 30.....400 390.......069 12....000 145.... 813..400 500..........600 989..........440 559....... 2006 .......000 3.....—Papayas: Area..5 26..000 50.

value..00 1.........000 9.............300 1..000 127... ‘‘Home use.459 4..........000 189..................... Crops Branch. ..........00 514.. NASS..—Plums.750 7............ TREE NUTS... ....000 166..100 15.....360 7.....160 1....470 3..500.....00 1..696 72... (202) 720–2127... ...000 138.000 172.....000 112... and utilization............050 19......... 2001–2010 1 Season 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Total production .... Processing fruit prices are equivalent returns at processing plant door... .......... .362 74..300 210...930 2.00 810..000 129................390.... ......100 650 1. Table 5-65.568 78.700 Dried and other Tons 3....000 dollars 5.................000 201....... .......00 1 The drying ratio is approximately 3 pounds of fresh fruit to 1 pound of dried fruit........000 129....463 108.. however..000 181....340 3.00 439......... .550 6..............350 5.300 3..00 541...915 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 Tons 11.200 10... and utilization.00 1.. ......260 6......010 132............000 49. AND HORTICULTURAL SPECIALTIES Table 5-64...........000 158..450 3.960 57...700 9.......00 688....00 516....395 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 VerDate Aug 31 2005 Total production H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-32....000 14.. ..347 92.......00 555....880 18..700 10......... California........00 452.500..420 8....422 306.... ...00 353...000 81........000 141...280 1.200 15..00 360...000 160.500 18...00 356......250 3.. 210...500 12....000 166.000 141.000 Marketing year average price per ton 2 Tons 135. NASS....00 1.00 1.........130 1.100 Utilized production Tons 4....140 2.678 4.787 4.......860 returns at the processing Table 5-66....480 17..000 201.780 4....500 204.....000 48.000 97............... ...V–30 FRUITS.000 163.000 158.077 56......300 25.000 152.....00 382.......000 168. MI....100 3..000 94.................040 1......... Mostly prunes...390 680 4....956 5.’’ NASS...........00 1 Fresh fruit prices are equivalent returns at point of first sale.. Utilized production Tons 150.................000 6..180 149.........918 5.... ....110 780 455 ....650 16. ...130 2..00 665.........920 15........000 Dollars 726.........—Prunes (dried basis): Production................. 2001–2010 Season 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Total production Utilized production Marketing year average price per ton 1 Tons Tons Dollars ..00 1. plant door.....085 8......................540 5......00 327......000 171.000 160.........00 454...... ..........790 14.. (202) 720–2127.........000 198...000 dollars 98.. .000 209...030 129........ .... estimates include small quantities of plums in all States.000 171..............362 77...........00 772..200 Processed (fresh basis) Value Tons 1..................000 dollars 64.550 2. .......00 562...... 2 Equivalent Value 1.00 1.470. ........ 2012 Tons 20...... price and value..000 152.230.....700 11.........710 117..—Prunes and plums: Production........... (202) 720–2127......000 144...040 420 2.237 5... 10:25 Feb 29.300 Value 1.450 193. Crops Branch...000 112.......250 2. Crops Branch... OR. ... ... .......648 101..........100 21.. and WA.500 9... ...802 5..300 1..586 87......... .000 127..000 209........000 83..... . ..000 156..........00 286...... value....920 9.00 Fresh 2 1 ID.....00 386......600 12.......... Tons 21...180.. 2001–2010 1 Year Utilization of quantities sold Marketing year average price per ton PO 00000 Frm 00030 1.....180 262.650 Canned Frozen 2 Includes Jkt 000000 Dollars 273....00 418.......450.... 4-States.... . California: Production.....AG8 USDA .......

.00 393.000 4.00 285..100 15.00 406........00 244...420 8.000 9....00 163.00 547....00 439. 2006 ..........00 1 Includes ‘‘Home use.00 262...200 2.—Prunes and plums (fresh basis): Production and season average price per ton.100 Dollars 585....250 2....00 765....... 5 Includes ID............00 209....500 Tons 2.........500 3...00 730.00 322. but is included in total........ 2009 .040 1.600 12... by State.00 472.......200 382.....540 5. OR...00 Dollars 378.180 2.. OR ..........800 (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) 537....00 196........... MI......000 1.... Crops Branch..... 2004–2010 Quantity State and season MI: 2004 ... Total States: 5 2004 ...500 1...200 2..... 2008 .AG8 USDA ...300 3..... and WA.....00 775.140 2.....00 217. 2005 ... 2010 .......................... Quantities processed are priced at the equivalent processing plant door level.. (202) 720–2127...00 Total..... 2007 .. and the average price as sold for other States....00 207...... 2008 ....00 622.....00 Dollars 496.....00 237..00 760....00 445.. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29.....500 9..00 182.00 200.. MI . Table 5-68. Quantities processed are priced at the equivalent processing plant door level..00 204...300 1.. NASS......300 Tons 2....00 639.....00 277.00 327.........700 11..... 2009 .....00 759..’’ 2 Some quantities otherwise processed are included to avoid disclosure of individual operations... Tons 2.....350 5..000 3.....110 780 455 468....800 3.500 4...........—Prunes and plums: Utilization and marketing year average price per ton.... 2008 ..550 6. Price Fresh 1 Dried and other 2 Canned Frozen Tons Tons Tons Tons 3 Fresh Dried and other Canned Frozen Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars 350 450 1..........00 496.00 1 Fresh fruit prices are equivalent packinghouse-door returns for OR and WA.........000 (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) 769... 2007 ..040 420 2..00 ( 4) ( 4) ( 4) ( 4) ( 4) ( 4) ( 4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) 10.00 213...... 15...00 530......00 129..000 2...480 17.00 407. 4 Not published to avoid disclosure of individual operations..400 4.. 2008–2010 Total production Utilized production Price per ton 1 State 2008 2009 2010 2008 2009 2010 2008 2009 2010 ID ....00 428....500 18.....700 4........AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 V–31 Table 5-67... Crops Branch...130 2...00 251...... 2007 ..500 Tons 2.00 250....... 2005 .... (202) 720–2127............................... NASS. WA .00 880.........900 9.....500 4.100 650 1..400 4. 2006 ........000 1... 4 States .00 640...395 1.00 870.750 7.00 ( 4) ( 4) ( 4) ( 4) ( 4) ( 4) ( 4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) 3....700 2. equivalent packinghouse door returns for OR and WA........... 2010 ..100 Tons 2......600 1...00 218.390 680 4..130 1......300 Tons 2....... 2009 ..........550 2.....700 9........ 2006 ...00 213.... by State.... 2010 ........300 3..00 278.00 498......00 153.......00 497... 3 Prices for fresh sales are average prices as sold for ID and MI...300 7.......450 3.. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00031 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-33..00 178......200 2..00 289..000 2..650 3...... OR: 2004 .300 7.. 2005 .00 501.................00 357.800 900 700 1.....00 551....500 3..

........................ PA ..008 2 198 115 34.880 23......133 5............. FL ..................906 620 Metric tons 35. ........00 150.......00 100....104 29.00 166.....00 79..........070 Metric tons 1... NY ...00 147.....028 45.....637 241...061 30.......00 197........30 139................................00 132...00 145........323 36.....00 157.V–32 FRUITS....539 48.930 213... ............ ........................ ..........668 49........................................293 29. season..00 79.........451 219.. in terms of fresh 2 Dried prunes 1 Metric tons 431 969 570 677 9....................................................................493 2..................650 66............821 1.... Dollars per cwt..00 211........... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29.....268 1.197 865 678 829 805 Domestic exports Total..................336 35.............089 704 1..........355 Total...414 1.. .......10 90................215 47............ Fresh prunes and plums Otherwise prepared or preserved Metric tons 33. commercial crop: Production and value per hundredweight.. MI ........406 5......... WA .......... in terms of fresh 2 Metric tons 283....746 69..10 86........ 1....................00 174.......... 4.........226 Metric tons 792 811 921 1..00 165.......40 56.........00 272.........................90 29..............00 US ............554 174......551 46...........................170 245.......704 34....643 38... Dollars per cwt.....00 158........... OR ..80 60.50 55..—Prunes: Foreign trade.....802 60...........—Strawberries......936 27 35 180 35 37 56 10 41 77.070 2 212 122 4...00 135........... . 1.871 6... WA ......959 40................. by State and United States....... (202) 720–2127.......794 47 45 208 42 26 73 22 49 20...... 3 Dried prunes in salad estimated at 43 percent of total dried fruit for salad...........478 236...899 pound fresh.....00 54.....483 191............................ .......00 US ....70 29................911 22.........00 172.....208 1...000 cwt.......00 172..........00 122......................559 Fresh prunes and plums Dried....................00 50.....606 36.....7 pounds fresh......236 1...... (202) 694–5260.926 62..................816 3 182 132 5.............AG8 USDA ...... 2000–2009 Imports Year beginning October 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 .....................00 50.... ..............835 48.........00 205...178 84......693 2.................................. OH ...00 135...............403 1............345 54............. ‘‘Otherwise prepared or preserved’’ converted to terms of fresh fruit on the basis that 1 pound equals 0........... .....................231 35.. AND HORTICULTURAL SPECIALTIES Table 5-69. ERS..00 27...00 30........ 2 Exports and imports of dried prunes converted to unprocessed dry weight by dividing by 1....105 48........ NASS...............004 46..........00 51.......... OR ........... NC .....000 cwt......400 32........706 65..................04.. 2008–2010 Production Value per unit Utilization. Food and Specialty Crops Branch....60 187...................459 32.....005 180......................409 27............ 4....531 39. WI ................089 1........... United States..........00 191.. Table 5-70.633 50......... Crops Branch......................875 839 828 3.........253 61.....00 208.................863 40..............624 73..695 221.903 66.............................392 31.............. 20...........000 cwt.....20 1 Preliminary...976 45.376 43 44 195 30 29 65 11 47 20........... Dollars per cwt........... and State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 1....605 1.................................. MI ......... Unprocessed dry weight converted to terms of fresh fruit on the basis that 1 pound dried equals 2.00 207.20 PROCESSING: CA ...660 66.....434 29.................. in fruit salad 1 3 Dried prunes 1 Metric tons 62.....................039 1...00 155... FOR FRESH MARKET: CA ..653 1 Net processed weight..... 18..00 58.202 Metric tons 83................040 2..........00 189...... TREE NUTS.. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00032 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-34..00 51.......00 140........................

. FL ....227 60.......00 70...00 69.00 174.109 72... production. Acres 37..00 141....500 770 Acres 38.. 12.80 14. 45.80 Acres Cwt.... per cwt..50 211.918........600 770 1.... 2009 ..AG8 USDA ..100 1.460 443 53..400 1..082 1...40 139..470 465 58.80 208..00 272...400 1.... by State and United States..... Processing price and value at processing plant door..230. but includes some quantities used for processing in States for which processing estimates are not pre3 pared... 2008–2010 1 Season and State Area harvested 2008 2009 Production 2008 2009 2010 2 1.. 2004 ... Crops Branch.470 58.000 Dollars cwt.. per cwt. 22.880 86...585 2.145 1. 69...90 16....80 22.970.142 1.385 1.00 191.00 197..00 105......500 710 1.30 136..00 Dollars per cwt..... 2003 .. United States.20 155.382 5.. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29...000 cwt.600 396 48. yield....665 5.800 750 1.600 6.013 76..90 147.—Strawberries.500 730 1.. 2007 ..658 1... 2006 ... 69.000 Dollars cwt.190 1 Fresh market price and value at point of first sale. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Value per unit 2010 2 Frm 00033 Fmt 1000 2008 2009 2010 2 1.460 450 52..20 24.. 25..500 430 52....620.138 58. WI .. OR . commercial crop: Area..519... 2001–2010 Fresh market and processing Year 2001 .080 482 56.80 76... 69.675 1. 2008 .845 61..136 28..70 18.......000 dollars 954.. 54.501 75... NASS.108 1.159.00 28.720 27. Area for Yield per harvest acre Fresh market 1 Value 2 Production Per cwt Production Per cwt 1. OH . NC .000 cwt... 24.376 46 44 195 30 211 65 143 47 28....10 145......—Strawberries....564 1. Table 5-72.00 135....559 5.782 33....... NY .10 24.241 1.161.00 28.....407 1.936 29 35 180 35 235 56 125 41 Dollars per cwt.288 2.20 19.453 71.090..317 75.800 1. Preliminary..295..000 dollars 1...630 1...856 2.70 130.AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 V–33 Table 5-71.00 65..068.....013 CA . (202) 720–2127...379.600 800 Acres 39..... value per hundred weight. NASS..30 16.10 22. 2 Mostly for fresh market............00 Dollars per cwt.10 23..194 26.....100 1...00 61.....724 5..794 49 45 208 42 238 73 144 49 US . 2002 ....038 63.413 1...929 28.836 4..990 500 Processing Value 2 Total 1..323 29..406 36.........700 361 47.00 70. Crops Branch.60 187..40 18. per cwt..50 23.. 16. and total value....40 132.583 1..00 205....759..10 158..00 144...248..400 445 51..... WA .990 25...10 157........500 710 1.582 1.600 8... value per hundred weight..60 21...117 28.. commercial crop: Area harvested..245.....00 58..110 68...90 19.829 1.494 1..464 1.. Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-35.80 28.900 800 1.375.800 8..800 800 1...912 29.00 78.700 1.178 90.200 1.317 1 Includes quantities used for fresh market and processing......180 469 54.396..129 1.920 2..80 2 Preliminary.129.424 74.....000 Dollars 1.319 1.944 68.867 4..003. 2010 3 .....00 158....30 155..733 82.10 207.509 64. PA .60 139...000 cwt..751..60 25..063 71.20 114..00 165..90 158..560 63...00 119..10 20. 2005 .900 1. MI .080 56.597 75. (202) 720–2127.978 4...485 5........501 78...000 cwt...00 100..10 144....20 Value 2 Production Per cwt Total Total 1.. production..911 84. dollars 3.133 30.400 1..169 4.

Total .....864 17...... 2....462 1.137.....303 ..... dates........ 47 80 ....388 1..977 10.........................000 cwt..............277 1.. 139 24 ..335 38 39 109 34 6 3 427 361 606 244 10 3 2.585 10.........212 9....710 1.’’ local and roadside sales.... 2010 3 .. . and air shipments...860 11...... 895 ..................................... 9 . ..878 27 5....... guavas....... ... ......... .. avocados.....449 11............410 ................921 3.......... 2009 ..597 3......... .....293 1. nectarines...............................839...........................................194 138 56 15....268 3. cherries........ Sep..228 1...... ............ ... ........ kiwifruit... ..575 1.... Grapes ..244 1.624 11.....361 13...... Nectarines ....345 52 19 2 31 ..... 2009 Commodity Citrus: Grapefruit .. Blueberries .. .013 7........000 cwt.... apricots.. 1.. 1. ..... 2 ... 1.......400 1. ................603 18. ..........814 1. ...940 1 Includes the following crops: Apples.. 2008 .. 11 .....000 cwt..413 2....... ........... Pears ... Pears-organic . ...... ... 55 ..... .............. 770 4.... .000 tons 1. Blueberries-organic Cherries . 2003 .. Aug... ..000 cwt..040 1 ..... .. ...............046 12..... cranberries..957 9... .. and strawberries..620 2........ 1...............000 tons 2.. .....816 17.. ...... Oranges-organic ...........710 1..... .....000 tons 3..... 2005 .....762 1.........627 7..740 17..............099 52 . Dec.....555 1.794 11.376 256 ....... 556 10 .327 3....... Strawberries .. ..726 3...999 3.......848 16.060 9... Cherries-organic . .......819 4.....915 12...538 12......... 1.....610 8........... ......... fresh: Total reported domestic rail.... 2002 .....685 4......... 2.. 2007 ...136 7.........000 cwt. 117 .186 47 6 ......... 2001–2010 1 Year 2001 .............394 1............ .. Strawberries-organic ..... .....959 173 2 ................392 2...... Temples ...... Total 1... 10......... ...... Table 5-74... .........199 2...303 9 2 773 744 11 10 1............................454 2..897 2..235 1... ....044 Grand total .. Peaches-organic .274 1.....000 cwt......................... plums........256 1....327 48 10. 322 599 9 1..... ..........354 ....503 446 75 15 2. 1....241 117...... ...446 337 ..434........................... 9 ...... .... 3................... 9 ......... Grapes-organic ............... 2.....859 1......... Plums . .... Jan...... 9 .... Apr.048 17. ......524 280 9 2.453 1.....568 3..... .. TREE NUTS...053.......667 288 .. 45 ..... 649 19 .................. peaches..... 691 543 ..122 16..818 102 5.553............ 1...105 134. .257 228 ................. .... 2004 .. 10 ........... .... May Jun... truck..... 211 10 261 12 533 1 446 5 . 727 4.... ..094 7.....551 3......300 3.146 6... 23 424 609 7 4 .. .. 2.213 6 433 7.........076 .. 425 ..295 1..000 cwt... Noncitrus: Apples ..219 2...... NASS....623 376 .. ......581 192 68 ...482 8............. 2 ....930 7........486 11....... Apples-organic ................. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29... .....417 11.562 7...... 2 Includes ‘‘Home Use....753 54 11 74 54 2 673 4.... AND HORTICULTURAL SPECIALTIES Table 5-73....... ... ................534 1...........188 6............ Market News Branch.......803 14. .. ..............—Fruits...497 13.. Pomegranates ....436...000 cwt.. 131 138 210 1... Oct. noncitrus: Production..... .....040 11... 815 30 .. .........823 263 .....148 2...453 1....436 AMS. .. bananas.425 2.. 31 90 .. 505 4. Grapefruit-organic Lemons ......... ....... 2.272 16.. 4 45 116 ......775 1.582 3..... 342 42 29 1......406 1..510..... 217 .. (202) 720–2127. Persimmons ..607 2 5 12 74 1 1...801 1. 40 51 15 2 .....000 cwt.270......... 1. Fruit and Vegetable Division.. Crops Branch....... Peaches ..174 4.. 1..000 tons 16.........168 7. .. pears.. 36 390 ......... ...... 210 98 ................ United States...248 7................. Nov...636 8.000 cwt......... 340 52......... 1...000 dollars 7.... ............ ... 1..... Papaya ...727 1.000 cwt.............. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00034 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-36................................. 407 243 5 606 ........... Jul.................805.................. ..... utilization..............................418 1...024 311 36 2...549 6... figs... Apricots-organic .....757 10.....488 6.......... .... ..060 6.......... .569 11..... 10 ..... 10 ........V–34 FRUITS....... (202) 720–3343.... pineapples.... Utilized production Processed Value of utilized production Fresh 2 Canned 1......... 41 .... 1..... ....356 79 2..582 2. ..............357 2......287 12.. 81 7 ..............335 10. .. 1.290 2....... .....000 tons 1......000 tons 6.......373 4.134 1................ 16 .. berries.251 1... 20 23 33 51 61 897 708 792 795 624 ........139 81 67 .........129 9............ prunes......672 7.. . .. ........ Avocados ....... Apricots ...000 tons 665 591 716 685 712 710 748 682 742 693 Wine Other 1..... .000 cwt.......... 121 79 ...640 8. . olives...............788 36 685 54 632 10 1. and value.......... ..............—Fruits............. 116 ..... 2006 ...AG8 USDA .. ...196 1...101 2..... ............. 1...... ...069 17....000 cwt.. .. 1.. 25 1........................... grapes...138 1....... .352 126 15.918..... 61 791 1..... 1... 1 5 34 38 31 28 115 524 984 1..392 754 442 5......364 Dried Juice Frozen 1..... Prunes ...823 18.. papayas........ Feb........... Mar.461 253 .000 tons 169 138 219 290 277 235 278 290 269 273 1............ Oranges ........ ...............199 1 403 9 756 23 925 31 ..302 2 328 108 3 4 15 33 74 92 85 60 47 19 10 3 445 Total .........944 4. ... 1...264 2. .. .. 44 ........030 2................548 544 69 ... Tangelos ..247 9... 82 2 ................. 8. .....

. .000 pounds 1.884 98.........492 (1) 13....300 811.....661 1...........000 metric tons 29........338 (2) 23.000 28.732 31..407 (2) 4....000 27....... United States..734 90...500 382......591 6........... NASS.....000 150...115......912 9.518 100.........400 ...000 pounds Apples ....799 5...500 Total Foreign .........062 135....... 354.202 12.....000 14.000 75.....220 124..333 1......808 (2) 30...........940 1. Strawberries ..324 419...504 328....768 26...371 25..... 119.500 360..... Office of Global Analysis: Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production.174 (2) 12..506 4..870 626.......135..267 (1 ) 24....000 80.918 706..378 789 85........ Crops Branch..984 1......500 309.......................866 20......... Chile ......239 986 85.000 145...... noncitrus Berries: Blackberries ...624 1.. Apricots .. South Africa ...749 22.020 469.........000 16... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00035 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-37.100 443..970 1....902 439.... .491 111...597 (2) 23..836 14.000 65.......050 850 2........253 26...... .272 122...........944 18.000 8...232 20..000 80........430 458. RSP ....500 Afghanistan .. China .. ..........767 40.............000 129........900 15... ......000 48... Plums and prunes ............220 415..000 29........000 260...331 74...640 123.850 3......421 Total . Turkey ...000 Total ...114..300 335......000 26........000 15...703 (2) 23... 2 Included in miscellaneous...............000 166..740 524..895 96......578 826.. ERS.000 127.628 110.074 39.500 13..450 1...369 3.500 United States ..204 80.................145 30.......537 (2) 21. 1..... Specialty Crops and Fiber Branch. Uzbekistan ........716 570.000 163..824 23....361 304..... ..280 516............663 1......700 8...........005... California...000 185..405 537.AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 V–35 Table 5-75...000 390..—International Raisins: Production in specified countries.180 24.. 998.. Peaches .... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29....000 pounds 1....365 1.003......835 535..830 1.....962 38......000 260...........197 4..000 310.359 31....... Blueberries ............703 1......888 215. sweet ..300 12......680 344.......884 113...525 1...900 277...........000 metric tons 28.......938 52...074 304.........000 pounds 1.... closing data for individual operations. supply.630 1...... (202) 720–2127....... Peaches 2 Tons 13. dried: Production (dry basis).......000 10...... FAS.....000 81....670 with held to avoid dis- Table 5-76...........638 (1) 13........175 136.767 4....000 168....000 45..... 20010–2010 Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Apricots Figs 1 Tons 820 1...........481 110..750 1........000 pounds 1.554 246................... Australia .. Miscellaneous fruits and berries .066 54.............983 ( 2) 27...000 pounds 1...... Others .716 101.......820 22..709 8..000 14.300 1..907 135..290 1..000 16.000 12... frozen: Commercial pack.000 94........274 1..............000 30........865 23..........150 24....122 1..000 43.000 26. and distribution statistics from foreign governments......644 107.000 160. Purees. .........520 513..........000 150........000 10.010 123... 760.......359 1.117.360 640 1..851 373..083 146. (202) 694-5260.000 metric tons 26...380 58..000 189.400 351..090 1.........918 1 Data not available.924 680 36.000 25...... Tons 417.....120 900 1....200 15.....060 Pears 3 Tons 1...........100 13..929 (1) 21.. Cherries..682 5... Boysenberries Loganberries ...... 1997–2004 Commodity 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 1.......052 1.. .........804 40..—Fruits..000 pounds 1. Table 5-77..000 pounds 1..901 148...................010 1 Standard and substandard................ Raspberries ...857 102........ 3 Bartlett only..................024........... Data from American Frozen Food Institute.......300 357....567 4.200 813.. Cherries...887 3..101 131............600 15..... 2008/2009–2010/2011 Country 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 1.500 1....942 141....160 1......... EU-27 ....070 870 1.736 422............... Tons 500 460 610 620 400 (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) 4 Raisin Prunes Grapes 4 Tons 135...200 4 (D) Total Tons 567..... .....—Fruits.332 11. Argentina ...535 1........694 123...000 and table type..................... 2 Freestone only.000 8. Iran .515 124...AG8 USDA .....100 13.....185 3....786 (1) 15..

........2 243....0 1..... 2002/03 .6 Juice 5 Frozen fruit 6 Dried fruits 7 Per capita Per capita Per capita Gallons Pounds Year 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 ...2 1............3 279.082.8 15.............5 5.1 405..... United States.....2 13......3 1..3 279..355.........4 6....6 17.......2 Pounds 3.4 430........5 79....7 7.... 3 Preliminary.. ... pears.2 14............5 776......3 1.......... .7 256........ avocados.5 4...9 263...... ...1 1...2 2.......070.............6 21............0 848...8 2....61 3..8 362........2 502...... ERS.. and plums and prunes...6 21.86 3......... 7 Apples..9 3......519.......7 1.....3 310. olives.. (202) 694–5260.. grapefruit..7 927.......... Dried data in terms of processed weight... and fruit juices are on a crop-year basis. August 1 for walnuts..... United States.....347.........5 1.......552.................4 13.....—All tree nuts: Supply and utilization. mangoes..3 23...923......0 14..50 2......4 13.190.9 542...... 2003/04 . canned fruit..6 5..........127.............111.43 3.. apricots............5 237.6 420.. grapes........ Pounds 23. 2004/05 ..... and cranberry....... 2005/06 .104. ....6 1........ VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29.......4 2..... 2 Oranges and temples.. .....28 3.... 2 Utilized production (NASS data) minus inedibles and noncommercial useage.. ...... limes............. ..335. macadamias. cranberries...................8 439............7 2.................... cherries..... apples.8 7........... 2009/10 3 ...1 5............... .2 243......6 2. plums and prunes. 2007/08 ...571.. dates............ ...085. lemons....4 1.9 542......... pears.54 3... ....... ...2 7..460... ..... ......1 5....2 5.....3 2...........8 952.3 8......5 2..... and strawberries... Food and Specialty Crops Branch.... strawberries. .................0 2.........0 267.4 8...........1 4...6 7.1 2. 2008/09 .. ..1 2.....3 2..... 2000–2009 Fruits used fresh Year 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Citrus fruit 2 Noncitrus fruits 3 Canned fruits 4 Per capita Per capita Per capita Pounds Pounds .....167.6 8............. pecans.... bananas..5 1.9 733. and September 1 for pistachios..........553.... lemon....8 1.. apricots...3 2...... apricots.. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00036 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-38...................3 15...240.5 14....3 79.5 75..6 80................259.... hazelnuts.7 256. (202) 694–5260.9 1...5 464......... AND HORTICULTURAL SPECIALTIES Table 5-78... .......042...........3 310...1 2.......... blueberries...2 2....... cherries..1 2......015................ 5 Orange. 6 Blackberries...... 3 Apples................3 489..123........803... 2001/02 ..68 1 Marketing season begins July 1 for almonds...... lime..127..... ERS.......... Food and Specialty Crops Branch..4 5.9 23...........7 431...2 8. apricots... raspberries....... apple...6 1............ Dried fruits are on a pack-year basis......2 1 Fresh citrus fruits.1 405....AG8 USDA .3 2.... prune.041........356.. figs...4 1.6 3.... ........9 818. papayas.5 7.............6 1..5 1..137.1 293............. tangerines and tangelos...........752.............58 2.29 3.................48 3...651....... 8.........9 2.................. 2006/07 ..................—Fruits: Per capita consumption... 2000/2001–2009/2010 Market year1 Beginning stocks Marketable production 2 Domestic consumption Total supply Imports Exports Ending stocks Total Per capita Pounds —Million pounds (shelled)— 2000/01 .9 14..... 4 Apples...2 15. kiwifruit............... peaches and nectarines........0 267..........5 986.9 77.. pineapples.... peaches.3 2..8 22....9 20.. and grapefruit..030..7 73.3 237... .....9 263. peaches...... and peaches..8 964....5 2...... TREE NUTS... grape....0 2... 331...........0 1..........5 23.. Table 5-79......... pears.472.....1 338.3 1.. prunes...................6 20..............9 438.......3 1..6 1.....V–36 FRUITS................7 77.. pineapple...8 78...........4 79...... cherries... pineapples......... and other nuts....... other berries..2 781........................ The per capita consumption was obtained by dividing the total consumption by total population.......... and raisins..6 79..

...... ...... 875..000 40............ . ............ EU-27 ........................... Others ..500 .....................00 66............................050........080.............. 739..........................209 1.............000 8...... 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 See footnotes at end of table...................................000 ...........425 1..000 500 85..............000 United States .... ...... Total Foreign .....000 400 79............430 Total .......500 Walnuts: Brazil ............405................................ 1............500 United States .... EU-27 ..........................400 United States .......................................282..........000 ..... 31...........200 16..000 21. ...................000 705.970 30............ 2................................................ 9....000 .................500 ............... ......186 .........200 16... 1.......................800 ..500 1....336 995............................. Others .... 6........000 ........022 ....................................... ................................ 88...... 710...................................—International Nuts: Area and production in specified countries..................400 159........ ...........000 ........ 88..570 748................. .......... 11.093 275............. Turkey ....... . .. 35.........................000 88.. ............000 .... ..............................000 6..000 10............................. .......000 100.. 1..................001..930 Filberts: Azerbaijan ...000 70.... Chile .................... Chile ..............116 727......000 80........000 149......... . .........................000 110........................... .................................................AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 V–37 Table 5-80.................... China .............AG8 USDA ............ Total Foreign .........356 1.... Turkey .....000 .................... 136................................. .440 462.................000 100................................... 949......................000 85. EU-27 .................... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00037 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-39.............912 ......................................... ....................240 1.............000 490.......................530 396.. 99................. .........022 17.............. India .............................000 37....... .....000 470... 1.... 88.............300 32........................... .. ...... 2008/2009–2010/2011 Area Production Country 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 2008/ 2009 Hectares Hectares Hectares Metric tons Metric tons Metric tons .. 30......... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29... 32.............. India .....000 780.........640 729............. 791.. China .....500 Total ..057...... ... 35...................... ................................ .................. Turkey .....................500 ..........200 885......800 .........000 105...........................500 .....220 ............... 30......000 570.........616 17........... 29..........300 30......... .......................................................000 ...730 1.........660 Total .. .......000 600.........800 1.........400 35.000 ..........625 146.............................................. Ukraine ....... ............................ ....412 ..... .............. 395................... 2.......... 978.000 ........208 .750 799.........145......500 104......................002...................500 1........................... Others ......... 20...000 14..............060 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 Almonds: Australia . ..............500 560.......................030 42.000 607.......800 .........080............640 24......... 2.......... ...............195 894.... 267..........000 85............... Total Foreign ........ . ................................................ .....900 33...000 .............................................. ................ .............................800 .......000 70............................................ 710.. 734..........350 639...... .................................. ...800 942...............186....... 1........ ...............030 649.................136 1...........

.. TREE NUTS. 54..352 54........0... ..000 ....570 2............909 2...000 110.....102 113..200 90. ERS.............1...563 289... 2010-18....... 2004 .............. ..... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29............. 110....................... 2009 ....000 1...... Iran .............. ........000 570.............. 8... (202) 694–5260...700 210..000 . 11.................120....... 2008-14..... ..... 200920. 2000–2009 1 Year beginning October Imports Domestic exports Metric tons 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 ................722 796 776 225......838..............000 680.......258........ 2010 2 .. 47....000 ........000 545.....57 2..342 109...........91 1...000 720..000 1............. Crops Branch......0.000 1..... ......000 dollars 740.......000 62.......... ..000 ......................... ....................0.........515 1...200 185.......000 1. Others .. Exports of unshelled nuts converted to shelled basis at ratio of 1...... 62..012 1..................790 2...........75 Value 1..06 1.....000 740...............990 55..401....... 2004-14.11 1.840 2.. United States..........5.......—Almonds (shelled basis): Foreign trade.AG8 USDA ........ FAS.........005..........105 439.....170 2...960 2....000 65............. 2005-16.....875 2.. 2002-8........000 Pounds 1...... Office of Global Analysis: Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production.....000 70.........253 1 Imports of unshelled nuts converted to shelled basis at ratio of 1...65 1.......... Table 5-81......................293...550 261.........................475 Pistachios: EU-27 .....000 85.. 2008 ...352 62...81 2......046 397...V–38 FRUITS.....442 382.. 2003-20..............352 ....000 590............ 54... 2006 .................225 632...300 457......................000 610....000 1.........343.. 2003 .......000 256....8............................... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00038 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-40.........760 1.700 United States ....640...........750 50. yield................ 2002 ....... Turkey . and value.......076 1................ 2001–2010 1 Year Bearing Acreage 2001 ......500 1 Price and value are based on edible portion of the crop only.....890 1.. .. .352 .........—International Nuts: Area and production in specified countries......5..—Almonds (shelled basis): Bearing acreage.... California.000 Price per pound Dollars 0..041 304............200.. 2005 .........687 1. Table 5-82.000 1........5....................000 .............000 915......144 2..... 11....... 2007-17. 2006-23...... Metric tons 173 319 750 830 1...500 2. 2007 ...... Total Foreign .......390.798 342..000 1..................8.............67 to 1... 54............................... . ....... price.....200 2......... production.. NASS.....442 126.711 324....000 .... (202) 720–2127..........................................550 1. ......000 1............67 to 1......525.......... 2008/2009–2010/2011—Continued Area Country Production 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 2008/ 2009 2009/ 2010 2010/ 2011 Hectares Hectares Hectares Metric tons Metric tons Metric tons 8.... .200 296..............410......759 462.........600.....025 236.................................589 308......400 1.....0.. supply...... Utilized production Yield per acre Acres 530.........000 640..000 38.21 2..000 pounds 830. Food and Specialty Crops Branch....... 2 Preliminary.630.. Included in production are inedible quantities of no value as follows (million pounds): 2001-16... and distribution statistics from foreign governments.220 1.................200 395..090..45 1...3.189...005 2........................75 1.000 550.. Syria ...... AND HORTICULTURAL SPECIALTIES Table 5-80... 10...233 2............000 1.040......100 161........ .............775 Total ...................

...0 67.........000 50...000 701 1.....441 4.......13 1......736 6.000 28. Food and Specialty Crops Branch.. 2008 ........... NASS..........193 12.... United States......300 28.......150 2.000 28.....000 1 Preliminary.. 2003 .......................500 54.........480 1 Preliminary. 2007 .......500 39........0 67..... 2003 .000 58........ Crops Branch..037 54. ...... 2004 ...000 53.000 41.. production.. yield....000 pounds 56... ..706 11..—Hazelnuts (in-shell basis): Bearing acreage. Table 5-84..969 2.....980 2..240 1...... (202) 694–5260. 2002 .............000 47....... 2007 ........ 29... 2006 ........600 43...................110 4.. 2005 ......... NASS..000 dollars 2001 .....000 42..383 4..... price..840 79.....870 2........500 37.080 2.245 43............. 2002 ........620 1.....700 29.000 53. Table 5-85......690 2.....67 1... 2008 ............600 28...500 29...... 2001–2010 Year Bearing Acreage 2001 ....... Hawaii.500 27...000 37........................440 75.................824 46.....700 19... (202) 720–2127.... 2006 ..000 Price per pound Cents 59...459 11..800 17...... .....400 30....64 0......98 1..000 56......97 49....................—Macadamia nuts (in-shell basis): Bearing acreage..000 15.........0 75.917 1 Imports of unshelled nuts converted to shelled basis at ratio of 2..108 5.. and value..040 30....... ...000 Yield per acre Pounds 3.. ...730 3...916 4.....22 to 1.. ............ 5...... 2000–2009 1 Year beginning October Imports Domestic exports Metric tons 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Metric tons .715 13.....440 2...000 1............900 37.................740 38... yield..200 28.....979 2..........170 3.........129 6.....000 dollars 33..980 3......... Crops Branch... and value.................. ERS.000 15...030 1.. 2010 1 ..000 15........344 4...800 18......0 61.....35 1.71 0.........52 1..... production.....480 51...................... 2009 ......183 11. price..300 28.........430 67.......533 5............. 2009 ........AG8 USDA .........000 32................—Hazelnuts (shelled basis): Foreign trade...........50 to 1.....600 33.. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29.330 2. 2001–2010 Year Bearing Acreage Yield per acre Utilized production Price per ton Value Acres Tons Tons Dollars 1.....000 29. .....000 40.......................000 1..0 81.... 2010 1 ....AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 V–39 Table 5-83..0 Value 1.........000 61.. ....0 70.410 34.000 15..142 10.000 3.......800 17.330 41.....040 1...670 Utilized production 1.........259 9............... Exports of unshelled nuts converted to shelled basis at ratio of 2.........200 28......000 15..............210 32...... 2005 .. 2004 .........0 57..400 28..800 2...32 0...500 19...............0 60....860 24........800 17........ 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00039 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-41.....0 73.. (202) 720–2127.. Acres 17.. ... Oregon......29 1..524 11.

.500 88.............100 5.........000 2....000 0. NC . Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-42...................500 1............. (202) 720–2127....500 3............................0 249.....100 1..590 381................ 2002 ...149 1........510 1..900 4..2 88.......000 1.......00 145...............00 156.......310 2..........500 2.......620 1...353 262..000 600 1..500 1.........280 1.....330 1.. OK .... AND HORTICULTURAL SPECIALTIES Table 5-86......210 1..000 9......500 2..........550 130............300 387....200 1....00 Value 1..400 73..........305 202..........000 20.. GA ... 2003 ....2 107.....050 0.............400 1.000 302. MO ...830 51....... 2005 2 .460 1................................828 added...240 1..—Pecans (in-shell basis): Production and marketing year average price per pound....490 1.....0 110.....920 322......750 2....... (202) 720–2127...........960 1..000 (NA) 20....000 293.700 1.. MS ........600 1...250 207.903 1.....000 2......800 2..000 20.883 0.....350 1....709 55.........300 1.540 1.........................000 700 5..000 900 110 43... 2006 .200 1....... CA ... Native and seedling Value Utilized production 1...650 1.............. US ... US .800 2... MO ......2 60......180 grafted or topworked varieties.........510 1......310 1...... AZ ....300 1.......000 pounds 246.....000 1........ VerDate Aug 31 2005 2010 1 10:25 Feb 29...560 Cents 66.............825 0..................550 55........ AR ....860 1..920 1........900 138......................000 1.........750 0.... Crops Branch..880 1....0 108....300 200 68. Crops Branch.. NM ........650 1.......000 1. NM ......730 2....547 267..... price per pound.270 2................420 1. MS .........567 59..750 1..........150 1....215 351..................000 52...............020 1....... US ....020 5......000 20......100 840 66.300 3.000 dollars 163......300 0............100 1..270 1........300 1.950 1..200 2..000 pounds 91..000 2......180 0........... AR .........000 1...............900 2..........970 228.............. TX ..000 3..020 1.300 1 Preliminary.........450 1........ LA ...........720 0.... FL ......800 0...000 1...500 22....690 2........750 1.........200 1.644 271........00 143..............100 185........... TX .....500 700 660 (NA) 14....687 430...000 16........500 172..450 1................................000 1. LA ...............650 0.838 96..........850 1..160 1.. 2007 ......597 223........130 43.....830 (NA) 2.AG8 USDA . NASS...000 2...........000 3..000 3.V–40 FRUITS. 2008 ......... SC ............ NASS..........00 112..........350 1......660 249.....200 46.... TX ....800 1...0 109.200 (NA) 0.101 165......640 1.100 0.....000 1..........900 0.000 3....... 600 500 300 5......3 93..—Pecans (in-shell basis): Production...360 1..740 2..920 3..500 3......090 1......500 1. AZ ...000 249..530 Dollars 1......0 1 Budded.......740 Price per pound Cents 41..420 Dollars 1...513 25.. 2001–2010 Improved varieties 1 Year 2001 ...........000 2.200 0. OK ..000 1.720 232.493 433.....4 158.5 98.......629 326.. 8.....550 578....... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00040 Fmt 1000 (NA) Not available.500 1...800 280....... LA ......544 373........... NC ....000 202.204 139.500 75..........0 154....450 1..400 30.....000 1.220 1...180 1.977 1....200 1.000 (NA) 13.0 72........750 1.......300 500 320 300 5....934 1.....700 152.890 2..........................000 3.....100 100...... OK .000 400 10..000 3.080 1..720 1..0 153.........720 1....030 1.250 1...................... Utilized production Price per pound 1. Table 5-87...000 dollars 37........450 1........700 78..700 1..... FL .....000 (NA) 3....000 28.....300 1... grafted or topworked varieties.....00 134......080 14. by State and United States......897 25..000 173..000 60....080 302.............720 202...............140 1....... NC .436 54.......700 1........ 2010 ... KS .......................430 1....3 68.....082 59..... MS .....000 600 1.000 1..... United States....660 1......033 277.....150 1.....800 20..000 232.800 (NA) 10.......3 128..............000 pounds 7....000 17.420 52.....540 1..000 0.............700 1.........170 83......830 (NA) 1....760 (NA) 1...470 1........000 dollars 201. 2 Budded.........000 1... 2 MO Value 1.600 2... GA ..760 (NA) 1..400 180 66...300 61.....000 1.............000 pounds 4.949 60.. AR ..740 0.100 1.........300 0.580 ALL PECANS AL .....350 1.. FL ..750 2........................0 142...600 (NA) 1..................430 1... and value..440 1.020 100 4..130 1....000 780 5...340 1...900 282...400 17.....200 2..500 700 1...679 1. 1....030 1.............740 1....388 674.....0 123..950 42........ TREE NUTS..........131 246.....................000 1..220 1...........................300 50................0 All pecans Utilized production Price per pound Cents 59................000 pounds 12....097 48...030 0...000 3.......750 1......000 22.462 173.450 1...... 2008–2010 Utilized production Price per pound Item and State 2008 2009 2008 2009 2010 1 IMPROVED VARIETIES 2 AL .... CA .....4 176.............0 192..000 6.020 293.....0 173.......170 1. 2009 ..890 1.200 45...00 230.930 1.490 NATIVE AND SEEDLING AL .000 1.600 0..500 70.500 800 15.........100 1..600 12......... SC ..........000 68................... MO ...900 5...........130 303.......000 (NA) 6.......180 79......... 2004 ..790 1. GA ..840 1....843 28..500 2......560 Dollars 1.... SC .180 1.........500 1..........200 70.......924 406.........000 200 20........000 61.000 pounds 338............4 95. KS ....

313 101.....000 210...... yield. 2007 .000 326.. English (in-shell basis): Bearing acreage.41 2..... 2003 ....110 Value 1..918 46.323 14................925 56.000 112.50 1........000 325..937 49...528 16.963 11...............000 227. 2000–2009 1 Year beginning October Imports Domestic exports Metric tons 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Metric tons .............01 1.120 1...... price...850 1..93 2.. 2002 ......000 223. .360 2......50 to 1.000 283...983 23.............. 2004 .820 586... .............000 355.000 303.....610 333..........980 580....000 215......... ..... ERS.. ..... and value........000 126..160 1......145 29..........115 13....000 227.080 747.390 1.. California..... Table 5-89....000 436...000 355..000 119..000 Price per ton Dollars 1...05 1... (202) 720–2127......... ..000 dollars 341................96 1...000 278.923 33... yield... 2001–2010 Year 2001 .....750 557.000 218.........000 347...50 1.. 2009 .710 2....581 77.22 Utilized production Tons 305..726 1 Imports of unshelled nuts converted to shelled basis at ratio of 2...... and value. 2010 1 ...560 569..60 1..... ...591 8.600 329..—Pistachios (in-shell basis): Bearing acreage...AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 V–41 Table 5-88.840 1 Preliminary. 2001–2010 Year 2001 .05 1.50 to 1..704 96..........000 Pounds 2.......037 30.... 2008 .......... (202) 694–5260..000 328.... .620 2....... United States..000 214..... Metric tons 523 49 99 170 331 561 974 4. .......000 dollars 162...... California.541 89. NASS.. 2005 ...22 Value 1..940 378..730 2.........000 137.....570 1.. 2010 1 ....350 3..529 41. Food and Specialty Crops Branch.............350 563.....000 93.34 2..120 558... .180 464..89 1...170 1... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29..... ERS.... production..280 1.900 592.000 216.—Walnuts........270 1.......608 60........ 2006 .22 1.... 2008 ....67 2.....000 522.689 26..000 416..158...060 3. 2005 ..000 83. Exports of unshelled nuts converted to shelled basis at ratio of 2.....000 88... .............290 1............65 1..—Pecans (shelled basis): Foreign trade..... 2006 .....865 1Imports of unshelled nuts converted to shelled basis at ratio of 2........ Crops Branch.409 22. Bearing Acreage Yield per acre Acres 204...300 145..... (202) 694–5260.53 1.....000 282..........275 13.. Food and Specialty Crops Branch.130 3.......000 503...980 751.000 118.. ......34 1...............668 69.......000 115......831 33.........820 3. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00041 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-43......000 346... price.. Table 5-90............ Bearing Acreage Yield per acre Acres 78...........50 to 1...—Walnuts (shelled basis): Foreign trade....000 pounds 161..000 437....160 451.....000 213.150 449...... 2004 ...10 1...700 2..... 2009 .. ..... ....... 2007 ...243 15......000 Price per pound Dollars 1.. .....52 1..... United States.902 14........ 12.. (202) 720–2127...... 2000–2009 1 Year beginning October Imports Domestic exports Metric tons 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 ..AG8 USDA ..............555 20..000 Tons 1.50 to 1. 2002 ..650 1....... production......000 105. 2003 .330 1 Preliminary. ....... . Table 5-91....419 19.061....000 238.672 30. NASS..... Crops Branch.. ........... ....953 28... Exports of unshelled nuts converted to shelled basis at ratio of 2...630 2.......059 837 1.810 Utilized production 1.

..................680 1... 2007–2008 ... 2005–2006 ..........705 1..480 3.....800 6....325 3...........290 11........... Census Bureau...........170 1................750 2.....135 1......... Others ..... Hawaii and Puerto Rico.......400 6.........479 99.........200 915 4.... Canada ................ AND HORTICULTURAL SPECIALTIES Table 5-92... 2009–2010 ....... 2009–2010 ......000 ...670 17..................... 2.250 8...000 bags 27.........410 965 1.................. (202) 720–2127.......075 1....... 73...... 2003–2004 ............. Mexico .045 950 1............10 2................ Honduras ...............890 51.376 United States ......................................783 3........200 7..405 6................ Guatemala ................550 1.36 2...........780 7...............300 6...... .......170 1... ......500 8...................................890 3....775 35.. 480 420 465 450 450 405 240 240 ................. Peru ................... 2004–2005 ..................................—Coffee: Area..........................57 2...115 1...............300 6....920 4............ 96..... Foreign Trade Statistics......000 7.........875 29......200 4.................010 46..... India ............205 Total .................... Others ......440 3.....30 4......................110 3.. Philippines .900 2001–2002 .......... 2008–2009 .....476 101.000 2.... ....710 5.................150 18..870 46...................... Korea.....050 3....070 19.735 3.. ....700 2...........300 6......914 2......000 40.. Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production.....940 45....850 3.......66 2..........S.... 47......581 FAS............ yield...........455 1............. 2003–2004 .820 6..380 1.............735 17......V–42 FRUITS.... 2010–2011 2 .......475 8... Australia . 2006–2007 ...............675 .................................809 96.........................950 7........... Malaysia ................700 7................ 6...... Table 5-93.....90 3......................................040 2.37 .......... production. Ethiopia ......300 9...... 2010–2011 2 ...........433 29............289 31.... 44... 2008-2010 Country of origin Principle exporting countries: Brazil ...................................... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29.......000 38....................................................... 2002–2003 . 1.......365 7......... 2008 2009 2010 1......... exports from principal producing countries.............960 45......... 2006–2007 ........ Colombia ............000 bags 1.............................. 2007–2008 .............................................270 1.....................000 17.....67 2...110 2.. Switzerland ..120 7....830 15.......... supply.....................606 2...330 Puerto Rico 1 Parchment basis....60 3....250 24........... U...................476 101...........935 1....400 7............................... 2004–2005 ...................480 1............—Coffee: International trade....................................... 2002–2003 .............. NASS....... (202) 720-6301...........240 21. Japan .............................................. 23.... ..................500 13......... 96...........000 9......................................300 1.........300 5................820 31.........380 1...... .............. 2Preliminary.99 1..................... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00042 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-44....896 Total Foreign .525 2................ Data Source: Department of Commerce. Russia .........340 1.270 1..............................................860 1..........880 37..AG8 USDA .....000 bags 1.. and value..976 Total Foreign .........................South ...900 5......565 17......000 dollars Hawaii 2001–2002 ...........500 18..............580 31...........900 5..... Indonesia ..260 46.........725 29.334 73.94 2...........736 United States .....479 99..................40 3.....25 19.......45 3..................................19 2. marketing year average price.................25 3.................060 1......000 33.... 2005–2006 ..610 2.520 1.......... 2008–2009 ..... Total ......835 1....660 15....435 2..55 4..........000 pounds Dollars 1.....................831 99........ TREE NUTS......... 96...............400 22.... EU-27 .... Office of Global Analysis....025 920 1...... ........600 23..500 19..310 31......300 5... .... ...000 42.................340 3.........320 25...................... 22...110 8.................860 3................431 77.........000 39...............000 38...............................760 6.................. and distribution statistics from foreign governments...........127 21................000 44..... Crops Branch.700 8........ Vietnam ................................55 4........... 2001–2011 Year Area Yield per acre Production 1 Price per pound Value Acres Pounds 1.....600 8.....736 Principle importing countries: Algeria .........100 6............500 18................................475 23....................500 8......800 6.............

.....627 81....928 1...117 78....792 20............. imports.683 2..........837 14....228 36............ Other Partners . China ................................091 14..........................125 144......................................................558 2...........056 82.....941 18.......866 1...............................086 57...............919 205...... Mexico ..........801 1....669 27....265 24.......................288 338...............................................074 104..............889 6............... Foreign Trade Statistics... Kenya ............. Mexico .........162 46.775 12...........770 46...............327 4....................303 3............. Nicaragua .............821 9.—Coffee and tea: U........389........................370 9.632 Tea............................................. Malawi ......... Brazil .....................111 26.......S..................000 metric tons Coffee and coffee products: Brazil . Costa Rica ...................008 42......446 20.... Canada ........603 52.......638 1....711 47.................436 42.................... Office of Global Analysis..... Sri Lanka ....586 198........................417 3...329 8.899 5....392.........347.....657 57.641 49..........901 60..952 27..253 39...AG8 USDA . (202) 720-6301..........871 12.. Costa Rica ... Data Source: Department of Commerce....845 1.........268 Note: (*) Denotes a country that is a summarization of its component countries.814 3.....900 3.. Vietnam ............... 45...............................884 3.....907 79. Indonesia ..........305 9... 2008–2010 Country 2008 2009 2010 1. 298....085 114.................. Indonesia ........................................ El Salvador ...626 30......880 34....... Other Partners .................................250 23...497 6.....AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 V–43 Table 5-94.....................388 30............701 3..................546 79..........220 26............552 254...428 4.................................766 3...................147 181................................. Guatemala ..675 11................................377 5..000 metric tons 1.... Germany(*) .. Germany(*) .........................................659 378...........439 46..................................... Peru .....236 2..............019 World Total .491 172..162 World Total .......................................................146 6..037 4...... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00043 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-46.............. Argentina ............................... India ..099 84....339 89..275 1.......... 209......001 42........... 1................. Vietnam .................... except herbal tea: Canada .187 45.........995 3..687 85..........129 230..........938 46........038 13..420 21...S........... Ethiopia(*) .. Honduras ............287 81.............000 metric tons 1.... U..... Census Bureau..............045 212.....343 51....725 58............... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29.. FAS.....493 98.......596 12...................... United Kingdom ..981 21... Colombia .....347 1...876 1................

.. For example....573 855.162 838. and WI..384 1. NH. VA.....896 777...057 1...... MT.. TREE NUTS...909 US 6 ...533 129..... ME.....V–44 FRUITS. 221 16..........256 2.. ..011 134.... (202) 720–2127.049 12. .... 185 80 27 6.868 US 6 .. NASS... VA. 4 Virtually all specialty mushroom sales are for fresh market..001 75...149 2008–2009 Shiitake .550 145..371 9... ft........ MN. volume of sales. and value of sales....253 1. .000 pounds Dollars 1.209 831.472 1..46 4. OH. United States: 2000-2010 1 Year 2000–2001 2001–2002 2002–2003 2003–2004 2004–2005 2005–2006 2006–2007 2007–2008 2008–2009 2009–2010 ..... if in a given State. SC...500 870.. NY... Crops Branch...020 1. DE....... commonly referred to as the average price as sold..... CA.....448 5..879 3. KS..390 1........... SC.... Other ... (202) 720–2127... Growers growing Agaricus and Specialty are included...522 778.458 5.. KY... MD........ FL........849 797.918 1 Marketing year begins July 1 and ends June 30 the following year.172 2....543 796...983 878.. AND HORTICULTURAL SPECIALTIES Table 5-95. CA....298 75.030 1...238 2009–2010 Shiitake ..—Specialty mushrooms: Number of growers..000 pounds 846... Oyster ....051 77.676 73.840 3..429 2... 2 Growers counted only once for US total if growing more than one specialty type mushroom. OR.493 793.590 15...940 6..... CT...050 1..B.. HI.......146 12...699 55.107 836..... 181 15.330 2..192 848. and 200 dollars in sales.200 796...753 841.14 30..56 2........064 Price per pound Dollars ... NC...... MA. Area in production Volume of sales 1... 188 16..000 dollars 825..... MN.......844 146........ OR. HI....538 840..743 136. NC....294 3..673 4. WV.......000 sq..307 805.434 6.. 5 Prices for mushrooms are the average prices producers receive at the point of first sale........348 803. ME. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29..... 2009-10: AR.... WA..75 2.. IN... TX... MA..957 74...... PA.... IL.....677 813....412 15.021 821..605 9.684 6.—Agaricus mushrooms: Area.. and some are sold retail at roadside stands.000 dollars 736..637 62.AG8 USDA .561 917.... United States: 2007/2008-2008/2009........... WA....... part are sold bulk to brokers or repackers...417 5..04 48......644 US 6 . marketing year average price.. part of the fresh mushrooms are sold F.854 69. Crops Branch. Oyster ............16 26... volume of sales...... ... VT..650 14.... cullage.... OH... and WI...873 140. KY. ..000 dollars 2007–2008 Shiitake ...... NY............268 1...398 841.96 45 . MO...120 1... the mushroom average price as sold is a weighted average of the average price for each method of sale.. packed by growers..... TN.000 dollars 88.. NASS.18 17. and value of sales..848 4. TN.... IN... 3 Total production includes all fresh market and processing sales plus amount harvested but not sold (shrinkage.. MI...093 142..... KS..56 39...... 155 61 24 9.... 6 2008-09: AR.88 5... Other ...... FL..405 862. PA..000 pounds Volume of sales 4 Price per pound 5 Value of sales 1..... dumped........... CT... WV..O.......... MO.836 915..140 Value of sales Total Fresh market Processing 1...020 1..)... MT........560 841....... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00044 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-47...976 1.. total production.150 1. . and 2009/2010 1 All sales 3 Year and variety Growers 2 Total Production 3 Number 1..040 1.. 166 67 27 9....822 141....607 910.......658 884. Table 5-96...510 143...232 6...19 2...715 5..... MI. ... Oyster ..130 1....69 2.205 65. 143. Other ... ...364 3..... price per pound.371 1... ..499 1 Specialty mushroom estimates represent growers who have at least 200 natural wood logs in production or some commercial indoor growing area..704 15........083 833.. TX..... etc..... IL....

........164 30..349 20...9 30..609 64.850 94. 2010 ...400 74.....001 121........8 17..3 23..133 7....6 18......978 3.2 30...167 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-48.......... 2001–2010 Year Quantity sold Wholesale price Value of sales at wholesale 1 Alstromeria 2001 ..595 9....320 10.. 2010 .40 1....058 7..1 24.549 18....816 955 626 567 480 317 Cents per stem 24... 88.......9 30.....927 1...150 26.367 20.......3 23........071 7............000 dollars 16..5 1........748 112...009 75.....853 28....588 1.373 2001 ...973 2005 .........774 8........893 1..5 67.30 1.........624 1..0 25. Surveyed States......34 1.000 stems 72.....985 13...9 30.....4 67...694 23........ 2010 ........373 26........8 1.4 22.920 8...000 bunches 12....456 114.059 10...0 22.6 15....2 27. 2003 .... 81...............185 116...948 126.....432 95.0 16.000 dollars 22...205 Gladioli Iris 10:25 Feb 29.....8 17..870 3.3 65... 2005 ....8 30.....008 10..023 40...059 32.325 26.298 11.035 12...........402 12...........000 stems 91....314 33.....656 104......................945 36. 2007 .....946 117...954 78......837 1.491 9.0 27........ 2003 ..879 10....194 2007 .—Cut flowers: Sales and wholesale value for operations with $100..416 2..6 20. 2004 .......682 112.339 93...282 77.837 2003 ..057 1.....674 3.... 2009 .4 22.392 61..027 32.000 stems 2001 ...471 76...5 16.1 25..... 92........ 2007 .... 2008 ........997 35..... 2002 .350 85..000 stems 21....885 2.................955 5..000 dollars 19.....810 13..842 7.... 2004 .....643 13..... 1..735 2..33 1....980 17..081 19....41 Wholesale price Quantity sold Cents per spike 21.044 111. 2005 .... 1. 2009 ..880 22....8 23............374 1....... 2003 .76 1..678 Cents per stem 30..760 21..6 17.338 18......2 1.....375 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00045 1. 2006 2 .....158 31....4 70....428 3.803 2006 2 ..5 65..153 13...000 dollars 5. 2007 .........517 1..7 2001 ..4 22....4 1..........917 94.............8 17.737 1..6 29....6 22..5 22...2 23.284 26..000 spikes 112....933 14..002 15..8 30......465 113....196 19..313 8..3 23.......347 73..939 35.9 18...... 88....AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 V–45 Table 5-97.515 47.114 2010 .. 83.........906 105.... 2006 2 ..800 9.137 4..4 1..267 101....931 1...971 9....... 64. 2009 .428 11.. 2012 Cents per stem 15.650 1.976 2004 .343 28.............. 2006 2 .... 90.....7 23......087 6.... 81..1 26.7 31.........1 35.....2 67.023 7..976 33.....8 27....797 101....351 18....... Cents per stem 23..9 25.........251 8.26 0....0 22..344 20...679 1..328 3...........404 2009 ..30 1..951 89.....317 25................021 18.............159 24.000+ sales..7 Delphinium & Larkspur Gerbera Daisy VerDate Aug 31 2005 Value of sales at wholesale 1 Standard carnations Pompon chrysanthemums Cents per bunch 1....000 stems 45...........594 2002 .........462 15..046 97.7 61....574 See footnotes at end of table...43 1..5 21...3 25...935 22......505 6...8 29...769 1....629 1.....221 22.9 20...766 14..916 84... 57.....797 9.000 dollars 3. 2002 ...........0 63. 2008 ..188 107..000 dollars 24....831 19.082 8...809 All Lilies Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 Cents per stem 66....805 107.6 23.550 14.000 dollars 11....9 16........836 106......587 117.......9 24.349 34...... 2005 ..... 1...6 29...000 dollars 60...AG8 USDA ..253 17....3 63.......890 2008 ....246 12..315 20.....343 2.459 74.....403 120.4 24....... 2008 . 2002 .......31 1...........142 32.074 22..........................4 21.....0 23........3 17.868 Cents per stem 24.....2 29.473 20..876 62.000 stems 24... 89... 2004 ........5 24...

. 2005 .... NASS..........040 14.............183 39..........1 45... 2010 ....... 2006 2 ..........285 57...041 15.................9 28....687 129.....133 7.......637 7.......................................875 4.... 2003 .031 39.......... 2008 ... 2002 .... 2003 .1 1.. Quantity sold 1...999 42.878 46........9 wholesale value of all sales..7 41............. ........... 2010 ......................505 6.87 0.... 2004 ....... ....... Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-49.....—Cut flowers: Sales and wholesale value for operations with $100.....701 57..887 42........88 0.....854 150..956 15..........0 46.410 12....893 157....017 126. 2005 ..... 2009 .. Value of sales at wholesale 1 All orchids Cents per stem 44....990 103.668 45...110 22..........................530 14..................198 133..........428 11...............843 1....... 2002 .497 2001 ...........000+ sales................055 37........ TREE NUTS. 2008 .......8 68.....6 2 Beginning Cents per bloom 74....776 51......000 blooms 11.............907 58.......473 31.............. 2004 .......761 31. 2010 ....541 50...000 dollars 26.3 99..5 32..121 48............ .... 2001–2010—Continued Year Quantity sold Wholesale price Value of sales at wholesale 1 Quantity sold Lisianthus 2001 ..........113 12.....118 8..... ..........482 1......973 1...531 Other cut flowers Cents per stem 35..787 1..........491 5...1 40..0 33............04 1....000 dollars 16......398 10................ 2003 .... 2007 ...........689 7.............. All roses Tulips 1.571 11.........3 32........228 155.... . 2004 .....924 29......000 dollars 57..000 stems 19................2 35...............790 10...........719 64...................413 in 2006........... ....882 7...................180 8.............. .......AG8 USDA . Table 5-98..............209 7..............391 56....... Surveyed States............185 56...481 17.......662 16...... Crops Branch.6 38....5 98.. 2003 ................ . ...................950 1....4 38......5 38....435 56................. 2009 ....000 dollars 55..000 dollars 133..... ..670 5.8 42.0 27...333 8.096 42....000 stems 160......942 29.625 92......860 55...115 49.. .. Surveyed States.......832 134.....327 2... 2007 ...... .. ....................696 37..906 3.. ....338 5........... ...392 50..........860 99...0 70...... program was reduced to 15 States from 36.. 1...132 10.......... 2007 .....518 13...........000 dollars 8...........667 12......437 34...........515 129......6 27...7 45.. ........3 39...... 2006 2 .....150 7.......03 1... 2010 .... .. .......048 60.........343 136..551 105...634 48.....543 33..138 128...737 14...800 30.3 38....V–46 FRUITS...993 48.......84 0..................237 11.645 Cents per spike 27.................... ...992 170......997 41............6 35........ 2001–2010 Year Quantity sold Wholesale price Value of sales at wholesale 1 Leatherleaf Ferns 2001 .... 2009 ......0 42..........213 44.......002 13.. Dollars .........2 29.663 119.... (202) 720–2127.000 dollars 8.900 1...............139 53....202 11.2 Snapdragons Cents per stem 37...........1 36..9 37. ...98 ............94 ...........551 6..000 dollars 59..........4 37........000 stems 75.... ...639 15.................000 spike 60........ .868 47...559 41......563 7.....771 82........228 10...1 37.969 30...0 28..1 35................. 2008 .894 38.......834 6.................978 141.....939 60......................9 120.................000 stems .....2 185....... 1............00 .. program was reduced to 15 States from 36.......6 38........... ...... 2005 ..........336 124.......1 98.197 54............1 27.. ......987 in 2006..305 54....668 1.. 2007 ...............138 67..000 bunches ..........016 36. ....98 wholesale value of all sales..... ..........406 3.... Crops Branch........ ...527 57..........483 103.............. .7 27.. ..........655 2001 ..... 2005 ...... (202) 720–2127..... NASS....796 8... 1..............310 53...............706 58..8 43........... .............. 2004 ...253 123.. ............7 34......................... 1...824 43...976 58.000 bunches 63...............................................002 61.. .......7 66. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 2 Beginning Frm 00046 Wholesale price Value of sales at wholesale 1 Other cut cultivated greens Dollars per bunch 0........ 2009 ...8 1 Equivalent Wholesale price Cents per stem . 2006 2 ....847 12....—Cut Cultivated Greens: Sales and wholesale value for operations with $100.... 1............ 2002 ...9 28....... 1........769 90...2 69...............4 39...974 28............ 2008 ...000+ sales..........301 157.1 38....433 1 Equivalent VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29..0 29.............. 2006 2 ..332 11.... ..001 31. ....902 39..........536 7..549 47....864 29...980 17. ................. 2002 ....244 12...... AND HORTICULTURAL SPECIALTIES Table 5-97....88 1.. .....

..000 pots 18...49 3. 2008 ...54 4...09 3..149 1.035 2.. 2009 .58 1......363 9.512 25......044 26.581 at end of table..891 12......503 13.106 26.514 1.415 7...... 2004 ...58 2. 2002 ... 1...27 2..64 3.......61 4.634 Dollars per pot 5... 2008 .......16 1..948 17.010 Dollars per pot 4........06 2. 2003 ..98 2.16 3..707 48..797 40... 2003 ...334 6..12 4...04 1.....34 2...24 2.....853 8...409 152.... 1............33 4..251 4..........130 6.535 10..010 8..611 148..24 1..123 68.....208 170..52 2.....23 9.......000 pots 6...83 1....721 11.....333 48.87 10...284 51..25 4.225 85..982 15........000 pots Dollars per pot 3...014 36.....90 6......641 68. Surveyed States..86 4.000 dollars 102.....000+ sales......... 2006 2 ....05 3. 2002 ....513 14..181 5... 2008 ......13 4..... 2010 ..03 3. 2004 ..837 13.........95 3...75 1....596 6.... 2007 .000 pots 5..... 2009 ...214 4.01 6.... 2010 .. 2007 .....046 6..208 5.......927 1..314 2....012 161........815 38....922 28..141 139.236 Dollars per pot 1....750 34..128 69....03 2..........251 7..000 pots 3.........32 5.824 6.. 2005 ..60 4.33 2....... 2007 .....705 171.......197 Florist azaleas Florist chrysanthemums Dollars 3.435 35..482 120.330 2.365 12..236 8... 2010 ...... 2003 .......30 2001 ....552 Dollars per pot 1... 1. 2003 ..21 1.62 6.62 4..048 38...48 1....... 2004 ...........30 2...82 1...997 4.......196 6.....38 4..96 9..871 11..18 1....29 5..081 7..07 2...07 2...49 1.22 1.689 12.88 1.. 31 93 147 1......983 244..000 pots 9.432 48........420 8...835 8.82 4..109 35..540 15.12 3.. 2008 .405 26. 2005 ......10 4.000 pots 15.AG8 USDA ..973 246............33 1.299 1....135 7.. 2010 ..430 6.615 6.096 8........603 39....56 1...000 dollars 20..... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00047 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-50...95 7....287 47...80 1. 2008 ...897 31...............................000 dollars 255... 2005 .63 1.....90 4..313 2.... 2009 .. 2004 .69 4..91 2.84 1.90 1.15 6..901 28........... 2007 .. 1..34 3.70 9......993 3....78 1.36 7..25 4.21 3.....21 10..345 1....735 121....277 11.......016 5.....AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 V–47 Table 5-99..31 11..494 33....243 2001 ....598 241...65 4.209 6......36 4.......762 7..............86 2..975 4..204 26.580 8.000 pots 52...52 2.777 34.000 dollars 63...546 5.000 pots 2001 ....... 2006 2 ..000 pots 6.693 11..585 7...655 5.419 15...649 28....774 Dollars per pot 4....41 4............92 1.251 6. 2009 .974 7....92 5........85 10......047 2.06 Potted Orchids Poinsettias 2001 ........46 6... 2005 .. 2003 .. 2006 2 .16 7......20 1....373 Dollars per pot 2..........000 dollars 37....762 24......18 1....323 252.04 2. 1..41 2.909 28..682 14. 2008 .19 4.57 1.07 2...579 146............. 2006 2 .661 10..........758 260 621 663 548 522 434 430 9 38 23 Dollars per pot 1......410 2........29 Dollars 3.....580 3...808 1....373 6..827 Dollars per pot 6...15 3...— Potted Flowering Plants for Indoor or Patio Use: Sales and wholesale value for operations with $100.....17 1.842 24..844 5......... 2001–2010 Quantity sold Wholesale price Year Less than 5 inches 5 inches or more Less than 5 inches 5 inches or more Value of sales at wholesale 1 African violets 1...521 139..434 36..21 6. See footnotes VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29...095 2.....742 36.. 214 241 244 133 34 2 ........ 2002 .... 2010 .65 1.......809 3..... 2006 2 .000 dollars 75...421 1.17 6.960 126.........35 1.816 18..049 111.. 2007 ....10 2.13 2....37 1......140 10.908 129.679 6.04 1.....57 1.39 2.29 2001 ..069 Easter lilies 2001 .....05 4....23 3...743 31....37 4.53 .....01 3....... 2009 . 2009 ...... 2004 . 2002 . 2007 .........946 2...679 7.......86 1................. 2004 ..089 11.05 3....... 2005 ..592 23. 2003 .931 5........357 2..987 3..810 1..092 11.237 1.09 5.....02 10....335 27..834 15.509 161..89 9.902 6.034 20...........685 18..61 3.60 4... 2002 .992 7..........291 1. 2006 2 .000 pots 14... 2010 .84 1...... 2005 ..188 5........ 2002 .......735 37.301 11.831 Dollars per pot 11...01 4. 4....443 6....281 6..000 pots 9....

....69 1......000 pots 10............157 197.......... TREE NUTS..901 2...........43 3...360 12............. 2005 . ...............52 3...173 29..051 13. 2004 ..........94 2.........................................407 194..... 2008 ..073 13........... Crops Branch...........................................—Potted flowering for indoor or patio use: Sales and wholesale value for operations with $100..........286 1...........452 17............... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00048 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-51..... Crops Branch...881 72....... ...........984 19.......000 dollars 199......................118 11..928 9.. 2010 ..669 23. ....000 pots 7.......256 1 Beginning in 2006......000 dollars 46... NASS.............570 184..... 2002 ...........258 Dollars per pot 1..032 27... 2010 .............394 17....................... 2008 .....85 4..863 6..075 55...........861 61.............. 1.......81 Dollars Other flowering 3 2001 .............. 2 Beginning in 2006..... 2006 1 .18 3....... 1........65 1.91 2.....072 13......984 608.................... 2006 2 ...........................532 46... Pots Dollars .... Hanging Baskets Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Quantity Sold Wholesale price Value of sales at wholesale 1....... 2008 ....44 2......................962 176............597 197.. 2009 ....... ......36 3.......... ..........000+ sales......303 65........315 33........V–48 FRUITS..... ... .......292 19.149 8..... NASS.... 2008 ...50 1.529 19.......50 1......... program was reduced to 15 States from 36.90 1.01 2.......—Foliage Plants for Indoor or Patio Use: Sales and Wholesale value for operations with $100........................926 3... 2010 ...................447 50................446 25...90 5......103 30.862 31........................064 1.......... 3..............90 5................ 2003 ......624 10.............033 37...637 619........89 1.....998 Dollars per pot 1.......25 4.061 10.66 1......425 25..50 1...........949 63....87 4.29 5.. 2001–2010 Foliage........ .793 466............. ....10 2.....................317 4......... 2003 .897 1.341 14.66 3......012 54.578 1.550 32...... 2001–2010—Continued Quantity sold Year Less than 5 inches Wholesale price Less than 5 inches 5 inches or more 5 inches or more Value of sales at wholesale 1 Potted florist roses 3 2001 ........ 3 Cyclamen and kalanchoes included 2000-2003...... 1......... .234 11..590 7... Surveyed States....220 27............... ............. ........000 pots ........ ....000 dollars ...... 2005 ..483 945 646 1...34 5........... . 2007 .....922 83......111 201........115 26...20 3. (202) 720–2127.......61 1...........13 2..492 20.....521 32.........................56 3.609 589...176 22..... ......992 55....... 2005 ..... 2007 .....19 2... .............91 2.627 89.........000 pots 3.. 2009 ........406 1................52 1...............178 31...132 47........572 151........... 2005 ...44 3...........09 2...................51 4....362 493.....91 4.68 4.......924 5.581 8........181 11.396 6....854 Foliage..... (202) 720–2127.........77 4.............158 223....................958 11.....697 76............252 6. .713 13.....000 dollars 25..003 12..... 1.35 4.......706 21......000 dollars 568.....................072 2.AG8 USDA ...531 17.. 2002 .....000 pots 32..... 2004 ...... 2002 ..927 51........ Table 5-100...... 2006 2 ..............89 1..................... program was reduced to 15 States from 36.....703 36...41 1............................ 2004 ....770 37. 2007 ............ 21..............................645 27........................837 566.........148 498....47 4....54 Dollars 3..........................68 1...331 205.................. .......160 19.62 4.....................55 4.......000+ sales.719 61..................55 3.........83 5..................723 82.... .. ...14 4..87 1.....74 2....26 81..............689 11.......91 1..004 25.. 2003 ..... .....482 29.....469 8............. 2002 ..857 53. ....... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29..64 4.....563 14............ 2004 ...............000 baskets Dollars per basket 1....347 12........................24 4............. 2010 .....89 1...................61 3.....031 2........315 31.......................662 59...... ...206 5...........16 4.389 6....668 538.. 2009 ............862 2001 ........ 2003 ..27 2......74 1...... Surveyed States..517 7............................569 23........14 5.364 1............16 5.257 6... 2009 .................. 2006 2 ........ ...............80 1 Equivalent wholesale value of all sales except for potted foliage which is value of sales less cost of plant material purchased from other growers for growing on...........662 6.... .........294 Potted spring flowering bulbs 3 Dollars per pot 1......66 4......... 2007 ..............01 1...43 3.......545 456.834 7......773 Dollars per pot 4.....19 4..... .....000 pots 34..............57 2.249 2001 ........................ .............60 4.. 1..... AND HORTICULTURAL SPECIALTIES Table 5-99.000 pots 7.................................................

..431 4........338 1......349 Dollars 5..74 5......140 4...848 37..736 105.950 23.11 6.979 17.......558 3....72 5.......... Wholesale price Dollars 6.....523 26........ 2005 .....612 5..285 3..... Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-53... 2002 .....624 20.280 18........95 6.00 6.......077 877 2001 ...594 Dollars 5.........584 Dollars 5.... 2009 ..........679 17....... 2010 ... 2003 ..55 6..20 5.50 6....87 7.548 12....638 3.......673 4..972 19...02 6. 2010 ..............771 4.....761 110......017 23.14 6.247 32...969 4..99 5.....797 19.43 5...09 5...................30 5....42 5..34 5..663 5...29 5.14 5.......000 baskets 3.........651 4.......257 21...169 21...564 3...091 9.......597 2............. 2009 .......................199 1...330 101... 2006 2 .000 baskets 466 600 747 931 1........64 1. 2008 .......122 18.15 5...89 5.88 5... 2010 .. program was reduced to 15 States from 36.. 2002 .........08 6.....34 6..........91 7.....................91 1..752 26. 2008 ..... 2003 .84 6......556 2.............000 dollars 18.....33 Impatiens New Guinea Impatiens Dollars 6..334 1........000 baskets 3.000 dollars 345 290 137 317 108 999 1.........................22 5..........20 5......96 6...383 6......102 3...........584 29... 2006 2 .....891 Dollars 5.267 20.....666 4.79 5.......707 1...098 2....62 6.269 20.366 26...02 5...701 1.301 139.. 2009 .......32 7. 2006 2 ...22 6.......13 Quantity sold 1.201 4...000 baskets 4.118 1.........................997 33..096 3.089 21.......88 6.........284 14..540 5....07 5. Crops Branch..... 2008 .121 4...000 dollars 19..............375 2...056 3.. 2008 .........711 30.229 16......725 30.... 1....836 21.....000 dollars 3...09 7........ 2004 .....................18 1..629 1..AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 V–49 Table 5-101.761 13....03 5.66 6........................891 3........ 2006 2 .732 3...75 6..............81 5. 2007 . 2003 ..000 dollars 18.....000+ sales...97 6.084 4.......802 3.......848 4.19 5.049 7.900 5.....947 1......778 1.... 2005 ...000 baskets 15..218 21..186 22... 2003 .......335 2.............. Dollars 6.....47 6......625 in 2006........000 dollars 29.92 7...718 14. 2007 ....... 2007 .... 2010 .481 1.......95 6.. 2003 ....................933 4.558 3.........796 9....987 2... Surveyed States........ 2001–2010 Year Wholesale price Quantity sold Value of sales at wholesale 1 Begonias 2001 ..943 33.. 2007 .. 2004 .......087 14.......011 3.424 4........74 1.51 6...AG8 USDA .96 7....34 6......000 dollars 28.... (202) 720–2127.82 5.561 12...... 2010 .....352 2....668 2.. NASS......23 7.................209 Other flowering hanging baskets and foliar 1 Equivalent wholesale value of all sales................708 2...............899 8....846 2.........63 6..44 6..44 7.......................272 348 310 Petunias 1...... 2004 ...............................824 2........200 30...... 2004 .869 3..........563 1.......000 dollars 2.505 19..572 32....................784 3.. 2002 .944 9....153 14..560 Dollars 5......90 7.........00 7....97 5.640 22.....062 14.536 3...51 5. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Dollars 6.. 2004 ...25 6.84 7..51 5.76 2 Beginning Frm 00049 1........146 13.....05 5.856 106......98 6..000 baskets 4.290 4.125 137.....777 2...........131 510 694 695 1... 2005 ....834 3.......33 7............... 1.. 2002 .919 17...98 6.....87 6....531 1...000 dollars 99..... 2006 2 ........ 2007 .81 6.. 2002 ........ 1......80 5...........12 Value of sales at wholesale 1 Geraniums from vegetative cuttings Geraniums from seeds 2001 ....485 3.44 6.......000 baskets 50 41 23 50 21 150 184 202 55 42 Pansies/Violas 2001 .......480 92. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29....... 2005 ............98 6........ 2008 ......................000 baskets 3.547 30....43 5......081 24....910 15...492 118........93 5..325 28..260 1.............89 5.88 1.....368 2.........732 22..... 2009 ...000 baskets 647 567 688 692 724 246 316 267 455 338 2001 .414 4.76 5..616 2.186 4.18 5...............492 20....24 6.......................... 2009 .296 3. 2005 ..38 6...—Annual Bedding and Garden Hanging Baskets: Sales and wholesale value for operations with $100...36 7.....426 Marigolds 1.625 3.....451 13.........323 103.......122 16...62 6...........483 1.12 5....174 2.30 6......

...043 4.. (202) 720–2127.......83 8.. 1.......84 8. flats 1. 2009 ...003 1.37 8..776 4...... 2009 ...036 67..............87 8.................223 3..15 8...157 34...09 8............ 1.......219 Geraniums from seeds Dollars 10..206 Marigolds Pansies/Violas Dollars 7..788 175..109 14..757 40....86 1....................999 5.......334 76...35 8........ 2004 ..... 2008 .818 56.000 flats 11.82 10............. 2010 ...151 121.000 dollars 6..... 2002 ....238 8.976 4....311 6..326 4....429 33.03 8.....713 36..........000+ sales........ 2010 .......72 8.. 2003 ..503 7..93 9..772 1.09 7....064 342.649 185..25 10...23 10... 2007 ..886 1 Equivalent wholesale value of all sales..74 8.......20 7... 2004 .....023 7....000 dollars 10......843 52... 2007 ...441 16.168 67..006 7.13 8........610 Dollars 8...63 8. Crops Branch...169 7.. 2002 . NASS........11 8....650 13.386 6...947 4.....542 11.979 5...... 2005 ..........98 8.....193 60..000 flats 8...50 8.....67 8............272 7.000 dollars 64.....973 8....82 9.991 65.342 170....09 11.49 8.050 72......000 flats 1..320 72...... 2002 ..763 5...37 8..331 17.. 2010 ....093 2.. Surveyed States.165 66..547 7.682 59...02 8..81 10....478 1......30 10.......092 10.31 10.22 8... 2010 ..584 4..39 8.557 327...... 2009 .........000 dollars 103..452 118.545 5.....326 338...447 1.................27 10..70 9..032 3..652 21........360 4..788 31...54 11.45 9.49 8.53 2 Beginning Frm 00050 Dollars 7...000 flats 43..64 9.....725 7........ 2002 . Value of sales at wholesale 1 Geraniums from vegetative cuttings 1.....933 3..52 8.94 1.....430 7.. 2006 2 ....633 50.771 72.........906 7...... 2005 ..635 11. flats 2001 ....032 112. TREE NUTS...821 7...551 94.884 8.904 14.000 dollars 116... 2002 ......600 53.629 70. 2008 ..055 4.........39 10.....AG8 USDA ................387 4... 2007 .......711 205.....802 100... 1.... 1....226 40.....190 35...849 12.135 4.911 53... 2005 ........................12 9....99 11.. 2008 .69 8..........87 11.57 15... 2008 ..55 8.33 8...96 1...32 12.....129 65.......138 4. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Dollars 7...808 65...201 14..... AND HORTICULTURAL SPECIALTIES Table 5-102..46 10..000 flats 13......350 19...000 dollars 53........... 2007 .669 98..81 8... 2003 ...915 4.124 3.000 flats 766 837 749 774 606 398 380 384 424 453 Dollars 7.....17 8.158 4..214 2001 .....19 8.317 65.......001 34.000 dollars 7... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29..... 2004 .027 154..946 70..V–50 FRUITS.48 1....000 flats 14......59 8...596 12..837 25.....92 8.06 8...817 56....000 flats 589 793 628 474 468 305 243 218 290 350 2001 ..557 7.569 32.963 75.......957 66.......160 4.....242 9..........676 1...747 45.604 38.. 2009 ..26 11..55 9.........97 10..373 4....134 3....76 7.......418 12....................595 95......77 8....32 8.689 99........ Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-55.06 8... 2004 ........000 dollars 70..623 6................490 Dollars 11...........43 8.402 7.....616 307.....409 9.......80 7....12 Quantity sold 1....880 38........77 8........349 7..094 4...... 2006 2 ..822 46..03 8..52 8.86 10.444 36..31 10.... 2006 2 ..............078 Dollars 8..960 5.... program was reduced to 15 States from 36..121 6..696 2..........547 7. 2010 ..14 11..55 10...046 1....174 Petunias Other flowering and foliar plants..047 8.17 8.978 39.845 4.623 7.. 2006 2 . 2001–2010 Year Quantity sold Wholesale price Value of sales at wholesale 1 Begonias 2001 .000 flats 8.............00 9...47 8... 2003 ...11 11..518 3.......798 New Guinea Impatiens 2001 .424 6......59 Wholesale price Dollars 8..........616 52...331 120........983 6.....121 7.31 8.... 2003 ...... 2008 .490 34.....39 9.....09 14.14 1.....000 dollars 339. 2007 .......358 111.136 1...66 9..........41 8........75 8....... 2003 .... 2005 . 2006 2 ...........54 12..302 7..868 8....298 50......133 104.583 11....—Annual bedding garden plants flats: Sales and wholesale value for operations with $100.480 8...69 7...872 6.....219 in 2006..... 2009 .....12 8....126 914 933 654 520 417 396 353 299 1.......694 3...91 Dollars 10...........573 52......00 9.....87 10.000 dollars 92......80 9...........093 70....53 10.......239 10......025 5..............161 93.54 8.....351 59...815 69........594 7. 2004 .999 35. 2005 .....264 13...179 13.984 Vegetable type plants....340 8..............35 8........000 flats 6..07 Impatients 1.....915 8...

........072 887 844 456 343 367 495 1.401 Dollars 0..85 0.AG8 USDA ... 2009 .... 2008 .. 2002 ...... 2009 ...679 12...940 46............. 2005 .000+ sales.... 2009 ...52 2.....760 5....785 32. 2009 .59 1.275 4....... 2005 ...58 1..97 3. 2001–2010 Quantity sold Wholesale price Year Less than 5 inches 5 inches or more Less than 5 inches 5 inches or more Value of sales at wholesale 1 Begonias 2001 ....275 27..105 12.78 0.......25 3....071 23.....920 1...86 0. 1....000 dollars 37.969 14.021 2001 .645 24..545 25.56 1. 2007 ....245 40......946 26.. 2010 ...622 18.....382 18.....287 21....638 Dollars Dollars 0....671 34........ 2004 ..... 2002 ..17 2.58 1........819 119.......320 34..377 28....293 41...88 2....417 111..78 2......... 2007 .....000 dollars 22.457 5..575 4. 2005 .79 1...177 29...493 4.76 0.........105 23..84 0..735 4....79 2.000 dollars 112.....44 1.33 1.16 1..83 3....094 22.180 33.81 0.000 pots 4..630 12...709 1....83 2.821 16... 2006 2 ...867 28....246 13......50 1..87 1.57 1.072 1... 2004 .....000 dollars 26...404 4.58 1... 2002 ......87 1.. 2003 ...869 19.557 29...... 2006 2 ...........49 1.932 at end of table.....................885 12...365 1. 2003 ......126 18..31 2.261 23..76 2.....453 1.973 5....35 3...........88 0....142 22.........83 Geraniums from seed Dollars 379 1.....40 1.... 2003 ....884 3..509 40..58 1....998 78..98 1...075 5.20 2....073 43.....31 2..736 24..459 32...73 0...555 19... 2010 ...364 84... 2007 ..000 pots 13........237 4.... 2004 ..89 2..185 4...........130 25...251 26..69 1............000 pots 6.051 6...86 3..97 2....211 4.84 0.54 2..35 3.000 pots 4. See footnotes VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29.....77 New guinea impatiens 2001 .......166 31......897 25.....87 0.196 36...382 26.88 1.........601 42..451 1.....989 30..748 16..697 34.... 2006 2 .... 2008 ....71 0...135 18.300 86....66 1... 2007 ...23 1..923 22...43 1..02 0......06 2.387 3......47 1.........819 23........ 2004 .244 82.606 21....273 31..........91 1.272 3.....92 0.—Potted annual bedding and garden plants: Sales and wholesale value for operations with $100.......283 3.253 13.922 31..829 18.......71 1..293 22..AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 V–51 Table 5-103......61 1..126 30..991 22.81 0. 2002 ..76 1.........91 0.73 0..296 3..050 14..368 2001 . 2003 .94 2.... 2006 2 ..839 24..002 26...489 19..59 1.114 24.116 19........923 20...02 Impatiens Dollars Dollars 0......209 13....476 1..907 21. 2002 . 1....97 2...98 1.89 1.788 5.028 21... 2005 ...65 2......84 0.340 4.....186 23...074 5......... 2006 2 ........ 2008 ....890 15..55 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-56.921 127...... 1...58 1.66 1...575 20.000 pots 42....451 34.879 36...834 3......671 127.260 23... 2005 .88 0...71 0.......... 2009 . 2003 ... 2008 ...08 1.. 2010 ..000 dollars 38.72 0..88 0.939 16...878 2.86 0...675 40....790 43.804 5.34 2.28 2....000 pots 18...... Surveyed States..01 2... 2008 . 2010 ...35 2..........481 17..000 pots 26..663 26...000 pots 16.033 41..985 21.439 10..45 1.785 23.069 Geraniums from cuttings Dollars Dollars 1..381 19.000 pots 43.18 3. 2010 .......683 4.65 2.29 3.07 2.678 6..... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00051 Fmt 1000 Dollars Dollars 1... 1.76 1....606 7....065 26....267 25...004 21..000 pots 2001 .....83 0..05 2.90 0.92 1...38 1. 1.73 0.498 32..411 11......... 2004 .039 31....952 7...62 2..371 4.303 87....869 2. 2007 .18 3.

2005 .724 17. 2009 .......412 56.....491 4.. 2002 .12 2...000 dollars 31.492 47.....389 28..181 64.280 6.000 pots 5.173 2.....890 278..... 2009 ...97 1.000 pots 5..70 0..... 2003 .92 0....82 1..053 33.765 9. 2003 .443 2001 .301 40.. 2002 . AND HORTICULTURAL SPECIALTIES Table 5-103.142 51..... 2009 ..... 2008 ..033 18...........859 316.500 57..81 1...........998 38.789 48..664 8.529 6...........880 50...76 Petunias Dollars Dollars 0..00 2....73 3...050 6.....84 0.09 2.....AG8 USDA ....507 27....101 38. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29...760 7...........188 34..54 1..714 13..927 1...69 0...69 1..000 dollars 24.05 1...95 0.351 7.399 169. 2002 ...........620 2001 .61 1..47 1..837 7.... 2008 .. 2008 ..150 1.76 1.309 47...723 108...954 7.74 0......19 2.....45 2... 2004 ..55 1.78 2.... 2010 . 2005 .........192 360.......... include vegetable transplants grown for use in commercial vegetable production....72 0... 2004 ..190 38.......49 2.852 34..930 33.210 69..85 0... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00052 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 3 Does not H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-57.43 1..145 5....218 Dollars Dollars 0.... TREE NUTS.....000 dollars 22..291 32......V–52 FRUITS...18 1.31 Vegetable type plants 3 Dollars Dollars 0..481 1...... 2002 ...289 94......497 12. Surveyed States.088 18.605 55.935 6......392 9..558 31.... 1...885 9.704 1.. NASS..511 1.........25 2.......967 Pansies/violas Dollars Dollars 0...06 1.... 2007 .12 1.305 11. 2006 2 ...09 0.....69 0..697 73.28 2...27 2..608 301..000 dollars 6.....29 2... 2007 .. 2003 .028 60..09 Other flowering and foliar plants Dollars Dollars 0.....600 8.. 2003 .410 3.....268 21...928 8.472 7.307 78..189 10......826 2....08 2..672 2........—Potted annual bedding and garden plants: Sales and wholesale value for operations with $100.685 1..372 7.894 34..13 1..237 8.91 0.....000 2001 ........ 2004 . 2010 ..... 2009 .09 1.17 2....026 40.72 0.......04 2....251 93. 2002 .648 31.598 48...............80 0........23 1 Equivalent wholesale value of all sales...76 0.124 10..000 pots 1...33 1.989 5..75 2.796 7...041 175. 2010 ..66 0..67 1.....244 27.04 1.. 2005 .....07 1...46 2...... 1...............76 1.02 1... 2003 .247 1.....363 31..615 33.109 278.070 169.......583 9..51 2...756 25.....035 31.92 0..90 0.......564 1.....76 1...676 35...118 10.966 31.125 8.. 1.... 2010 . 2007 . 1.90 0.373 17.614 117....000 pots 157....78 0..732 2. 2006 2 .....96 1..73 0..75 0. 1..01 1.....270 27.....374 36.000 pots 5....79 1...11 2...709 2001 .78 0.108 1.334 63..000 pots 24...668 56.06 3...59 1.72 0..... 2009 ...106 6..000 pots 14...794 9..054 25..081 163....774 42... 2 Beginning in 2006............70 0..01 0.310 18....000 dollars 272....207 2..... 2005 ....630 18.91 1...709 291...292 1.527 8..........824 28.......061 10...045 9...871 43..65 3.000 pots 53.74 0...98 1. 2006 2 ....37 2..477 56. 2008 .646 110....874 7. 2007 ......35 1..788 31...47 2............15 2...037 22... Crops Branch..... 2008 ....198 7..86 1....000 pots 4.........175 7. 2006 2 ..144 6.......68 0.708 2..906 7....185 10... 2007 .520 2..88 1.. 2005 ..362 27....000+ sales..000 28.... 2010 .. 2004 ...... 2004 .18 1.93 0...06 2.......10 1.. 2006 2 .980 27..20 2.22 2.....250 257..021 25..296 288...20 1.417 11..................70 1.551 16. 2001–2010—Continued Quantity sold Wholesale price Year Less than 5 inches 5 inches or more Less than 5 inches 5 inches or more Value of sales at wholesale 1 Marigolds 2001 .895 7...85 1......13 2......867 343.58 1... program was reduced to 15 States from 36.164 48...729 7.... (202) 720–2127...........72 0..98 1..534 43.118 8.....497 1.....000 pots 18..271 52....625 6.

......640 65.876 40...25 1....589 6....00 3......07 1... 2008 . 2010 .798 55..84 6..724 4..000 pots 45....03 1.AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 V–53 Table 5-104.49 7..55 1...88 2.... 2003 .59 1...36 3.109 12. 2004 .68 7.....18 2.48 3.000 dollars 102..765 97.692 85.. program was reduced to 15 States from 36.06 1. 2004 .827 4.33 6..AG8 USDA .....66 2.92 3...279 1....063 Wholesale price 2 gallons or more Less than 1 gallon 1-2 gallons 2 gallons or more Value of sales at wholesale 1 Hosta 2001 ...35 in 2006.44 1.67 1......19 Quantity sold Year Less than 1 gallon 1-2 gallons 1..170 84......... (202) 720–2127....341 7....68 1..... Crops Branch....00 1..... 2009 ..793 6....... NASS..837 1..97 1..10 6....831 100...137 40.........907 114...278 90.28 5...69 3... 2003 .391 34..099 381..35 2..96 6.166 4..314 98.498 45...91 2..69 9........25 3.771 44..26 Dollars 5...000 dollars 353...149 143. 2007 .217 8.98 2.533 10.656 103...52 6........ 2010 .. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 1...10 1...... 2002 . VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29.......20 2.148 3.15 1..442 50...123 5....651 14.....09 3......889 3...51 7....01 6.... 2002 ..527 7.689 35.161 439 433 408 483 399 271 173 582 345 Dollars 2.138 2001 ... 2004 .14 3...553 513.....481 27....97 1.71 1...421 12....000 pots 7..59 Dollars 2.471 49.291 95...100 98...847 409........ 2001–2010 Quantity sold Wholesale price Year Less than 5 inches 5 inches or more Less than 5 inches 5 inches or more Value of sales at wholesale 1 Hardy/Garden Chrysanthemums 1..03 ..97 6..51 6..451 4.. 2005 .81 1. 2003 ....52 3..442 7...71 2..049 11.303 35.....31 2.545 9. 2008 .—Potted herbaceous perennial plants: Sales and wholesale value for operations with $100.70 1.447 505.........03 Dollars 3...975 5..705 9. 2006 2 .000+ sales...33 2.. 2002 .92 6.000 pots 4... 1....928 50......15 2.... 2007 ..011 7......234 85...50 3... 2006 2 ...000 dollars 39. 2009 .63 1....943 6.................070 455..927 136..... 2005 .844 93.. 2007 ..283 27......000 pots 80....000 pots 15..229 51.597 9..10 1...098 1. 1.....660 69.843 74.200 7...511 394...868 110.33 3.41 7..661 6....36 2...........747 116....755 41....763 9. Surveyed States....340 6..867 392..47 6....921 2 Beginning Frm 00053 Dollars 1.. 2010 .661 10...533 4.833 34...48 1.66 7.. Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-58.657 Dollars Dollars 1.43 3.819 97..460 1.42 3. 2006 2 . 2009 ...81 2.65 2...65 6...15 3.075 6...99 1.. 2008 ...602 68..834 8.583 Dollars 6.431 wholesale value of all sales.000 pots 2.....000 pots 74.....20 2.61 2...06 1....76 3........723 33.407 410.764 Other Herbaceous Perennials 2001 ...295 55.868 8.574 80.......74 1..524 120.....000 pots 1.42 3.. 1....148 34......457 59.....924 32.......318 103..793 469..43 3... 2005 .846 1 Equivalent 1...374 4..

167 1.....516 21..082 28.... 340..053 16.. SC ..889 40...................023 11..... NC ....592 7. OR ............ TX ..893 * 1..207 48....643 2..871 52.... OR ....784 320...994 322..........440 256..325 16... MD ...AG8 USDA ....113 882 761 3.... 2009–2010 Glass greenhouses Fiberglass and other rigid greenhouses State Film plastic (single/multi) greenhouses 2009 2010 1 2009 2010 1 2009 2010 1 CA ..138 1.915 7......030 * 5..000+ sales...429 6.. NY ..........604 10..473 20... WA ..000 square feet 62....877 1.......691 * 3. FL .........001 68..155 262 410 2......014 2.....210 * 3.....050 1.000 square feet 135..157 59.....691 1....676 4... OH .485 3.... NJ ....... 1...107 3.648 73.....320 1....157 3........855 638 5.....738 4...078 16...743 20........805 1.....376 * 2..031 441 1.............771 4.. IL ..799 491 4......... WA .........912 2.....322 1.........040 475 717 704 1.. Surveyed States....... (202) 720-2127..........953 2.. AND HORTICULTURAL SPECIALTIES Table 5-105...127 1.......811 * 8........378 4.................809 802 1.446 * 3.. 2 Totals may not add due to rounding..686 23....000 square feet 34..590 3.............. SC ......375 7.....000 square feet 34..000 square feet 31.996 9..252 4.......654 2...406 30.. all operations with $10....809 1.833 250 566 2... Crops Branch...204 2..714 26.557 16..000 square feet 31....677 50.......014 826 1.622 870 2.......... Total ....594 Acres Acres Total ...200 20....000 square feet 55...............254 1.508 42.... * Included in ‘‘Oth Sts’’ to avoid disclosure of individual operations...360 10.... 1....294 8....637 21.678 57......950 309.. NASS.913 6......587 5........087 1..975 8.487 459 679 13..941 * 2..000 square feet 14.......259 8...216 10. TX .055 5.061 213 671 7.799 22...........000 square feet 145.075 1....871 20...491 2.. IL ..183 3...000 419 1.........725 14......... NJ .............. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00054 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-59....................673 * 2...507 903 938 492 2....218 17.220 * 18.921 330..... The area for 2009 includes nursery production area as well as Floriculture production area.289 * 4.910 * 17....874 * 8....... FL ....534 15.415 1......768 724............. TREE NUTS.........500 202 1.......114 1. MI ..........112 2........218 265..............985 Oth Sts ...478 22..—Floriculture: Growing area by type of cover. MI .791 20.221 33............. HI ...146 5.434 23.....140 19......606 2...........041 14...924 * 27....099 5..043 * 2....149 Shade and temporary cover Total covered area Open ground 2 State 2009 2010 1 2009 2010 1 2009 2010 1 CA ..748 1..710 9.......959 * 8................ MD .....051 1 Totals are not comparable between years.. HI ..252 278..693 871 1... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29.... NC .233 6.352 40....573 2........... OH ...539 1..515 477 1...... 6.....812 2..971 38........675 30.......V–54 FRUITS..148 4.....534 15..898 2.244 806.651 34..819 75....137 18....619 1.157 * 30........ PA ..074 9.190 43..631 2. PA .............099 29.. NY ............597 * 14..718 1.....398 3....000 square feet 14.....

.256 381.....245 97.....764 88...995 3.752 * 5.407 1.507 3.217 107...000 dollars 10.215 * * * 22...192 86..... SC ..592 83.... OH ...............................362 2009 1..763 3......665 42....218 * 8..024 75. 998 856 2.....540 12.000 dollars 101....000 dollars 95................464 103.....173 80.110 State Annual bedding/garden plants 1 2009 CA .000 dollars 66...... .............081 55... 361....000 dollars 243...........359 84......... WA .....856 164.141 Total ...591 16.....996 131. 1... FL ..922 18. 6.....342 239.136 8....694 128. OR .379 Cut cultivated greens Propagative materials 2009 2010 1..........335 3.......935 78...280 30..AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 V–55 Table 5-106..078 129.....375 ...204 801...840 2010 1............000 dollars 8.689 Total ..711 1 Includes Annual Bedding Plants and Herbaceous Perennials.802 399.715 22.....365 15..........145 90...503 82..058 19............356 46.......364 3.508 557...423 13.. NJ ..683 115...916 1....344 519 10..........759 22........876 * 31..218 2010 1..885 29.....157 643..........003 3......... 2009–2010 Cut flowers Potted flowering plants Foliage for indoor or patio use State CA .......000 dollars 207..........642 * 30..121 1.752 1............... NASS..... OR ......562 506 8.......573 22...........938 118.... IL .....083 * 5.709 40.005 668..171 158.101 584 1.000 dollars 73....990 132............497 24......... OH .802 * * * 18 2009 1..316 73.169 1.....009 184... HI .702 2.000 dollars 286....265 380......686 18. IL ..329 16...390 2...771 9.......624 1... * * 75 ......... MD ... 1....669 898 7..959 124.............947 2..............403 35....195 164........ WA .918 * * 10...505 3...996 251 * .....037 21.......000 dollars 270..... 5..529 73.......279 78......011 376.073 1...021 11.....439 375.056 4.585 * 2.158 2... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00055 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-62..029 571... TX ...725 302 * ..............918 * 23..........576 22... . * Included in ‘‘Oth Sts’’ to avoid disclosure of individual operations.871 80...335 20.297 * * 10..167 * 9..........766 237.310 154...603 11....616 788........314 31....231 80.......668 209........ HI .......509 * * * 25 1.............948 11.829 80... 2 State totals exclude plant category values denoted by asterisks (*)......213 189..000 dollars 998.311 16...........630 16............185 * * 26....601 12..... NJ ...........006 169...768 2...347 265...—Floriculture Crops: Wholesale value of sales by category for operations with $100.991 1......034 194....395 194. NY ...648 120.... * * 68 * .AG8 USDA ..934 * 7. 1...000 dollars 259............126 1...350 78.905 * 26.........353 8......... (202) 720-2127.....000+ sales.......626 389....... MD . MI ....... PA ....502 15-State Program Oth Sts ....461 29..219 29.391 100..712 7. PA ..850 142........384 77...........301 110. MI .783 119......195 84..053 * 15-State Program Oth Sts .....567 29.... ..318 1.775 2....014 20...853.920 20.... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29..............494 23..618 76...375 130....912..........................000 dollars 298...486 130.. SC .428 261..................016 184....337 128..............708 8....705 * 9.167 248...212 35.. NC .....876 242....765 8..527 Total wholesale value of floriculture crops 2 2010 1.....944 23.216 411...996 468 2..000 dollars 923.469 85........745 3..007 23. NY ... 7....648 11...... FL ..368 32.034 31.485 60.489 * 8.. Surveyed States.......823 1.. Crops Branch....978 94. TX .. 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 1...833 1.. NC .......981...836.825 8.........

.582 4.850 4.....797 17.336 2.203 3.790 2010 1.878 6.576 4.. total 2010 1.956 294.525 23...908 135...000 pounds 1.004 446.000 pounds 161 174 143 80 162 177 226 160 556 191 299 251 Fmt 1000 2009 1.883 2010 1.092 November ..402 1.194 55.353 6...998 1...933 58.639 15.086 14... TREE NUTS..393 27.......855 32....103 463.232 14.892 38..601 September .735..000 pounds 18. 13. 2012 Jkt 000000 2010 1.. 12.000 pounds 9.081..331 57. AND HORTICULTURAL SPECIALTIES Table 5-107.....879 26.076 18..081 39.268 3..275 2. August .. August ...775 350....000 pounds 123.744 63.....000 pounds 57 45 100 50 98 116 241 336 321 253 183 205 Frm 00056 Blackberries..581 4..526 2.000 pounds 4.000 pounds 25..662 4..234 34..496 63....772 70...215 July .072 44.. Bartlett 2009 2010 1.857 1. December ... August ..478 2.427 168.676 June .045 20.. November .708 40..416 Frozen Month Blackberries. 2.004 106......769 2009 1.393 24... June .176.485 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-64.AG8 USDA .225.324.669 15. 1.396 161.857 5.096 2010 1...508 March ..833 1...505 15.174 12...244 6..256 13.212 5......030 71.010 August ..133 82.. May ...256.611. April .823 2... Pears.... December .V–56 FRUITS.330 5...000 pounds 76..951 934.753..150 93. October ..253 2.915 53.100 163....089 130..281 1.177..563 3..000 pounds 16....342 75. October .946 109...000 pounds 3.710 3..685 8.975 69.....462..316 24.. April ...768 3..226 16.916 65... July .515 12.311.049.362 2....235 62...829 3..793 19......362 2. Apples..000 pounds 4..801 1..306 24.658 112.......748 510.794 23...445 39.849 154...105 140.893.579 109. other 2009 1. total 2010 1..609.315 1..—Fruit and orange juice: Cold storage holdings.904 1.520 376.437 October .687 40...986 167.116 May .256 71. November .852 14...134 87. March ...099 37.973 2.443 80..238 141. September ....935.815 57.. United States..236 Apples. February .. December .529 737.964 115.289 1..253 Blackberries.433 42.565 4..404 106.584.482 61.030 1.823 26..012 5... 2009 and 2010 Fresh Month Apples...628 173.153 22.312 12...387 82..162 76.095 93...069 89.930 5.630 Sfmt 1000 2010 1..177 479 379 242 510 4 5.088.. regular storage 2009 2010 1...452 46..963 1.626 108...358 2010 1..109 462.393 375..000 pounds 282.707 129...873 503.151 80...000 pounds 4.392 424.000 pounds 22......716 16..141 16..695.000 pounds 273...012 683 612 569 444 2.034 5.400 January . 2.226 5...647 141. September ..288 Frozen Month Apples 2009 January ..700 75..... March ....404..397.569 52. July .964 191...543 22...101 1. February .370 20..739 17.275.594 Fresh Month Pears..090.067 413.356 231.208 245.000 pounds 998 1.060..... June ..601 88.877 116....189.103 12. November ...405.183 68.793 16.700 18.121 297..192 Pears.123..478 11.978 414..251 1.781 89. October . 2.845 Blackberries..340 1.983 3.....576 See end of table.000 pounds 3. pails & tubs 2009 1..121 24..000 pounds 601. February ....597 6.018 816.577 6.056 21..929..187 1.857 Blueberries 2009 1.329 5..560 2..366..602 22...399 9.354 81...480 479.613 743..597 4...433..117 4.425 16...003 3.052 3...250 22.... 11..369..327 189.000 pounds 7.059 2010 1..350 2...819 1.795 1.191 8. end of month..434 2..000 pounds 80.577 367.... March ..158.498 44. barrels 2009 1...724 2. CA storage 2009 1.790 81. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29....933.571.703 305. 1..327 133..000 472...967 5. 12.806 73..874 2. May ..269.582 6.441 727 2..396 2...804....296 19....000 pounds 719....614 87...802 4.000 pounds January . total 2010 1.959.. concentrate 2009 1..893 189.711 December ..659 8.486 1. June .742 11.736 1. 8...937 PO 00000 Blackberries.528 23.387 155...830 3...000 pounds 236.. 2....070 90..442 17.768 85.100...644 1.000 pounds 3...188.332 100.000 826.288 10..665 388...329 34.....384 2..860.964 2.541 4.905 2...246 85.000 pounds 141.772 80..518 4.. 1.891 179.152 20..515 1.803 2.125 49.010 23...873 February .865 351. September .412 4.975 80.. May .650 2.000 pounds 6.....317 2.834.537....462 3.468 7...086 2009 1..078 23...410 April . April .567 3.787 191.643 Apricots 2010 1.000 pounds 228.564 82..820 87.837 7.806 134. IQF 2010 2009 1...983 2.395 1.657 10...854 1..128 3..930 32..137 16...615 100. July .780 75..034 2.516 860.353 110..633 275.384 28..765 5.093 2009 1.967 January ..038 11.960 1.312 31.. 12.064 299...213 82.241 1.655...140 380......

.229 2.000 pounds 1..052 79...199 15.534 79.815 7.AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 V–57 Table 5-107.079 35.171 1..713 2..298 136.230 Red Raspberries...528 5..000 pounds 74.739 11..000 149.317 2009 Red Raspberries. Sweet Grapes Month 2009 January .946 40.473 3.071 18.116 14.. barrels & drums 1.070 52.739 November .394 2.. July ...... June .155 20..057 1. 2012 1..000 pounds 4..768 2010 1.033 98..002 3. IQF Month 2009 January .548 12..758 2.516 2...078 6..339 41.608 69.305 2010 2009 1....465 12. May . March ..012 30..878 412...751 4.022 1.294 14.062 July ....278 2009 1.162 68.959 57.644 66.. Tart (RTP) Cherries.415 11.458 104. August ..... 116.641 281..611 8.534 26.756 1..580 423.579 2.229 16.693 1.—Fruit and orange juice: Cold storage holdings.742 15.136 2010 1.714 53.880 91..944 24......067 1.. 2010 1..334 10...300 3.996 161.139 59.734 2.378 123.348 421..137 Peaches 2009 1.525 45.138 113.624 63.730 1.278 31....784 2009 1.... February .049 76. December . 125.000 pounds 15..422 1........ November . 58...723 24.837 11. March . June .399 October .758 104...560 September ...016 14..000 pounds 6..093 60..583 71.. April .210 28.972 28.848 13.502 67.. total 2009 2010 198. 50...133 52..460 1.039 11.181 9..591 1....070 108....497 4.370 2.... February .. barrels Month January .533 90..063 322..285 8.909 1.591 10. 10:25 Feb 29.500 77.806 December .....872 6...728 101.. 57..000 pounds 13...207 28.253 1.781 14. April ....142 2.166 Raspberries.206 2.477 1...677 1.137 20..551 28..051 48. September .611 342..277 1..103 1..133 390..326 10.....958 112.392 22..403 114.697 13...285 1....000 pounds 79.963 75.. October .000 pounds January .713 182. October .912 1.322 9...941 2.649 146. 2010 2009 1.954 2. 73.360 90.333 2..131 1.961 101..239 1...704 31.069 91.140 2010 1.965 1..249 August . September . concentrate Strawberries..694 2009 1.603 95...332 8..727 15.. July .817 24.. December .059 4.452 289....793 10.047 105.904 212. November ..438 358.107 8.360 1..547 2..296 67.001 59.675 22.755 34. 2009 and 2010—Continued Boysenberries Cherries....403 52.391 29.923 136.241 810 759 647 542 1...187 1.312 185.645 26.530 3..000 pounds 8. April .006 1....481 21..447 1.204 2010 Red Raspberries..000 pounds 7..203 1.......565 10..001 27..486 19.150 34.192 19.000 pounds 104.263 65..000 pounds 3..871 1.258 PO 00000 2010 Red Raspberries. juice stock 2010 1.403 1....003 1.318 March .. June .298 83.025 157.136 26..015 2.662 3...235 5..835 25. United States.341 11...609 1..774 17.494 263.846 25..206 128.000 pounds 93.688 See end of table...961 2009 1.716 156.944 15...243 10...163 June .411 2010 1.098 46.... 1..111 236..879 2010 1.877 88..224 2..991 Strawberries..179 1...783 2010 1...571 193.447 11.. 98.552 13..236 118. pails & tubs 2009 1.592 92.000 pounds 30.465 19...060 2..798 30..422 59.142 2.134 7.601 19.591 274.110 128.910 129.667 29....233 144...155 25. pails & tubs Month VerDate Aug 31 2005 1..089 273.057 9..020 Sfmt 1000 2010 1.961 3.694 2009 1..875 42.000 pounds 38..617 1..890 113..012 115.403 1.161 824 752 692 602 2.000 pounds 14...911 22...602 2..953 91.068 1.612 355..172 22.625 41.157 2.. end of month.148 117..283 12........432 2010 1.471 1.000 pounds 1.257 55..203 9..323 10.577 297.572 Frm 00057 Fmt 1000 1..000 pounds 33.406 60.652 4..000 pounds 29. July ... 42.282 Red Raspberries..... 117.....000 pounds 96.....386 150.298 12.595 56..171 65. November ..471 1.076 85..608 167.147 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-65..471 125..257 6.553 Jkt 000000 1.AG8 USDA ..631 5.153 1.689 101....377 364.440 11.574 5.151 Strawberries..026 17....493 1. March ...647 1..317 25...078 12.444 2..263 179.568 12... February .....000 pounds 69. IQF & Poly 2009 1.882 Strawberries.. 90.826 150.. August .904 64..223 110..250 97..612 2010 1......000 pounds 1.216 2009 1.086 6...313 124..410 385.797 18.051 1..829 33.500 27.231 17.277 1..262 33.000 pounds 1...000 pounds 1. May .220 1.960 21.186 89.230 2.095 7....331 53.766 389.879 May ......672 10..436 23.215 28...255 322.049 18........672 98.114 154.431 161....000 pounds 15.246 25..008 96. August ..112 151...228 4.155 48.. May .364 3...114 2..521 23..000 pounds 145.025 April .721 20.086 17.994 5.950 59..000 pounds 48.. 81.280 56.817 22..744 31...959 19...217 59.336 13.571 39.547 February ..816 63...384 14.639 62..816 76..459 48..149 34..757 40.097 979 906 1. total Strawberries.818 10. Black 2009 1..227 131.418 2.....582 17.570 30.227 120.....689 2... October ..000 pounds 1..476 59.447 25..049 32.099 3.233 128..298 44...832 105.... September .623 269.941 103.204 40.703 1.. 108..109 2.000 pounds 13.226 2.....138 5..528 7.811 3.902 2.000 pounds 13. December .

.896 322.V–58 FRUITS.... end of month..446 121.125...827 18...980 33..036.580 64...366 2010 1.050 1...316.252..789 1.985 198...223 332....501 45.769 910..737 18..951 194.. October . November ..975 142.. November ...689 1.000 pounds 1.787 24.. June .487 NASS..086 94.038.198 1...000 pounds 467.. Table 5-108..054 1.155 1..124.910 530.566 18...258 27...123 2009 2010 1.564 43...494 18.....829 136..864 161.000 pounds 30..563 17. end of month.000 pounds 177..000 pounds 18.. (202) 720–3570.243 26. 2009-2010 Peanuts Month Shelled 2009 January ..000 pounds 326.471 17. (202) 720-3570..914 441... United States..889 47..440 28.992 40.587 343.633 795....—Fruit and orange juice: Cold storage holdings.948 29....836 903... AND HORTICULTURAL SPECIALTIES Table 5-107...501.894 353.264 158.456 31.409 1.199 1..909 352...937 30.305.... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:25 Feb 29..120 86..371 305.000 pounds 410.. 2010 1.. April .591 486.866 394....094 17.357 368.427 426.465 135. TREE NUTS..259.499 40... August .261.... September .181 29..297 809.140 49.271 1.835 286..996 2010 1.951 1.806 1....200 551...837 365.290 1.817 119.497.143 1..890 32...757 349..555 973.353.000 pounds 1...215 1..097 1..012 2009 1. Livestock Branch.. October ..351 125..313 184.....373 1. United States.415.860 353..180 57.675 246......058 345...973 286..019 45....289. June ....058 215.588 117..897 21... December .014.515 376......477 394.228 366.180 368..000 pounds 18.907 360...205 1.722 28.AG8 USDA . October ..773 318. December .314 372...497 289.. April .......762 76....345 447..247 14.690 209...736 NASS.118.173 33....198 1.299 23.681 445... July .... June .637 1..992 916...—Nuts: Cold storage holdings.428...113....030 22.122 328.. In-shell 2010 1.. February .652 1.476 19.436 1.097 246..757 1..776 33.....363 414.586 Total 2010 1.....404......408 355....845 116. 1.618 320..257..031 181..726 72.062 910.. 2009-2010—Continued Other fruit Total frozen fruit Orange juice Month 2009 January .266 366..585 44..780 In-shell 2010 2009 1.252 17.866 88.202 45. May ....461 316.616 104.434.... Livestock Branch.796 20.066 123.000 pounds 136.667 59.158 17.425 50.666 1...047 162.476 225.453 338..689 102. August . February .185.426 422..978 51.193.200.468 1....000 pounds 391.867 16..224 439...165..650 100.823 902..150.192 405..904 31.000 pounds 154......328....304 412.588 24.918 20.000 pounds 1..198 335. September .697 32.109 1...828 425.336 1..069 1.291.. May .745 174..708 423.. July .. December .941 1.252 104.....170 323.760 2009 1.000 pounds 40... July . May .. November ....670 407.609 394...966 19.454 19....133.870 308.154 1...306 362..607 1.425 339..688 1.457 971..889 1.589 Total 2010 1.333 150.642 20.685 921. March . March ...303 376.234 1. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00058 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR05\V-66........841 27...663 360.321 79.913 32....746 386.....565 77.....127...101 311.000 pounds 449......377.504 48.. April .. September .118 40..300..225......698 2009 1.....063 84.....655 1...... March .560 473.973 22.294 1...217 1..516 2009 2010 1.711 1.154..112 399.000 pounds 184.698 387.853 24..235.000 pounds 307... February ..763 339...590 342......335.724 29...519...422 51..247 22.150 1...000 pounds 1.587 502......119 1.105 Pecans Month Shelled 2009 January ....134...488 19.. August .

28 2... ND ..775 59..19 2......965 5.270 1..........550 2.476 2......600 62 17 300 700 1. NJ ...850 2....................20 8.26 4.512 323 2..............07 1.360 847 2...................810 2.. WV ...................333 2.......830 4.......08 3...61 2.. MT ........250 1...31 2.... WA . CT ........400 2..........516 2....85 2..11 2.70 2..80 1......131 8..........11 2..... CO .79 3....610 7.........07 1.50 3..60 2..335 4....800 2.. GA ..85 2.....00 2......220 2.07 1.......... AR ..88 2....—Hay. NM ..............537 1...42 3...25 2..14 2...... yield.349 1.220 700 195 1... VI–1 VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:29 Feb 29.70 2..........430 2......59 1...900 1.110 3. SEEDS. NY .....82 2...878 1..56 3. PA ..890 4..03 3.16 2.... KS .629 306 2........480 1...000 tons 1...24 2.467 2.... OH .....250 2...98 2........16 3...960 8.....17 Tons 2...64 4.....030 1.220 1..............232 1.......760 5......020 1.59 1.... all: Area....400 16 720 7..27 2..30 3..27 1...........237 1.64 3............957 5..04 2.....158 4........778 130 51 810 1.....36 2. MS .736 89 232 1..600 1. 60.58 2..730 5........614 1.720 4.220 1..655 14 840 7........................546 89 203 1...95 2...862 2...800 1....681 8.66 3.....916 1...70 2..........68 2............46 2...00 US ....56 2...405 1...........08 4.........920 1.748 2........117 4.......... OR ..876 5.. LA ..... WI ....73 2.......20 3..550 1..........500 2..59 1.620 690 190 1.....40 2...53 1.240 2....70 2.......16 3..040 4...765 5..550 7 350 3..00 2...40 8............584 5...820 4..............588 1..... MD ...............93 4......CHAPTER VI STATISTICS OF HAY..297 1.... 1.....075 217 626 154 2.....770 6..822 5... TX ...83 2.......84 2..40 7....260 221 488 136 2..54 2.71 1.....030 1....... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00001 Fmt 1001 Sfmt 1001 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR06\VI-01..............11 2......58 1.668 3..... UT ...............225 6...00 2.... SC .001 1.....28 2..418 1. ME ....184 3....200 2. pasture........11 4.625 5....265 1....420 952 4. OK .54 1.....700 490 57 110 320 1.21 5. 2008–2010 Area harvested Yield per harvested acre Production State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 AL ..07 3......51 2..320 808 3..43 2.80 2..85 2..77 2...850 1...472 1.81 5.......870 4.. VT ..44 2..894 3...66 1............. KY .....700 145..951 3.660 1....96 3.460 1...840 2....530 450 137 215 77 1.....91 2.000 1....526 2......77 1..... seeds..29 1..72 1........556 1 Preliminary..90 2.21 1......380 865 2........633 5..10 1.383 3.......08 2.....80 1..... NV .50 1..528 2..622 4............56 2.981 120 46 900 1...77 3...... CA ...........000 acres 780 320 1......... NC . RI ....47 2008 2009 2010 1 Tons 2..00 2....520 1..414 3.......30 1.500 8 360 3..... Crops Branch.. DE ....... by State and United States...15 2.00 1.211 2......68 1.......18 2...AG8 USDA ...70 2......810 14 627 7.78 1.. MN ......235 1...400 1.330 840 620 1.......550 2.......33 1....81 2........ TN ..025 1.....570 55 18 300 720 1....002 7..... IL .......28 2.980 2...........867 5..610 5......50 2. NH ...872 2... ID .54 2....96 2..750 2................ SD ..10 3........000 tons 1..180 810 625 1......900 700 3...536 2...321 2......13 2..270 147...118 2.71 3..05 2....236 8......700 5... NE .......236 4.77 2.07 1....960 1..910 1.945 9.......160 1.31 3..210 1....108 3..384 2..... FL .840 3.53 2.40 2........040 102 46 768 1......09 2...953 3.920 2.200 2.802 5...69 2......050 700 3.950 720 4..... IA .....690 470 56 105 310 1.74 1..270 710 605 1.704 1....000 acres 800 310 1.. NASS.....915 4.570 455 53 115 340 1.105 6..629 105 239 1.83 3... MI ......278 3..871 5..562 322 2. WY ........ VA .......90 2.000 tons 1.97 2.18 2..99 2......691 1............57 3.880 2..470 1..73 2....11 2.152 59..944 8...43 146..610 1..080 6.640 430 138 205 73 1............................000 acres 900 295 1........512 6..73 3... (202) 720–2127...550 2.249 3..290 1..146 10...... and various minor field crops...........111 9.045 1.140 2.330 6.. and production.36 3......31 1.........530 3.... MA ...520 380 149 210 81 990 2.430 695 180 1...064 253 571 147 2..07 2.190 Tons 2................415 1....75 2.600 59 15 320 650 1.... AZ ... AND MINOR FIELD CROPS Chapter VI deals with hay.01 1.30 1...482 5.....46 1....70 2.04 2....410 620 590 1.. MO ...470 600 670 1.....00 2.....510 610 620 1... Table 6-1...85 2..06 2........750 7 330 3.......21 5.040 3...... IN .46 1......04 2.......

588 1.80 2......90 3..00 4.000 850 7 5 1..804 73 4.....34 2... ID ..210 2.90 3...000 acres 63.100 3.655 770 15 180 12 1............292 1........00 98...300 280 1.........40 3.. KS ....... RI ........... Area harvested Yield per acre 1.....901 146......10 2.80 4.956 3. DE ..470 644 13 120 17 2......20 2...80 3..50 US . MI .. AR .........20 1......150 700 240 8 45 8 770 1.....80 3.............000 dollars 12.....10 2....90 5..30 2...224 805 25 3...20 110.50 2.......90 3.......... 2009 ......010 11.40 4........ alfalfa and alfalfa mixtures: Area..... NE .......... 21.10 3.....550 690 1......233 4......00 3..............987.32 2......... 1......559 14...70 5..90 2...............20 3.467 157. TN ..000 tons 156................. and value...00 4... CA .20 2.....715....770 1.900 840 3.........100 240 1.......48 2. UT .390 158..30 2....903 1 Preliminary...... ND ....485 3..... ME .90 4..30 3..........300 945 22 2... 2002 ..00 2......00 4..............00 2.. 2007 ..20 1. OK .....870 600 22 194 17 2..493 12......00 4.080 3...43 Value of production Dollars 96.95 4.. production....90 4........90 5.180 71.700 950 280 7 25 240 350 7 1....60 2........ WI ............ (202) 720–2127.........338.........706 23 20 4..........47 2..........633.33 3.........30 4....40 2... NC .50 1... Table 6-3.40 70..00 3.. IN ...—Hay.......370 2. WA ................... by State and United States.... CT ..140 340 300 920 850 220 9 40 6 700 1..00 2.....589.......10 3.120 3.....50 2....40 2...350 350 1..50 2..10 4...680 1.130 350 300 1..650 3 5...80 2.40 3..122 150......160 42 184 2........ WV . and production.40 85...........20 2................ VA ....660 420 310 420 550 1 2.....00 128......00 3...70 2........ United States...000 3..........780 380 320 400 500 1 2..50 3.. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:29 Feb 29......310 51 270 1.........256 2.....160 51 600 2..... 2006 .00 3...000 tons 2......80 2.....371 61....800 1......90 3.....40 3.......200 4... 2008–2010 Area harvested Yield per harvested acre Production State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 AZ ...226 74 270 2...023 1..862 Marketing year average price per ton received by farmers Production Tons 1.150 15 120 540 30 80 450 20 1........560 390 310 415 500 1 2. MO .....90 1......70 2.400 20 130 550 30 90 410 25 1...55 2.40 5. MA .......783 146.612 3.50 2..316 14 70 1.......00 2...90 3.......50 2....516 63..70 1. MT .610 1.748 14.44 2.. SEEDS.80 3.........10 3..80 1.................20 2..............000 acres 280 15 1.........072 67. NH ....46 2...60 3..287 1....70 4.00 4...00 3.. NY .........030 820 9 6 1..116 1.70 4.247 19................ 2010 1 ..... NJ .........832 1..10 3...649 1...842..788 1.. MN .......185 1....144 882 16 3....30 5....... PA .236 53 7. AND MINOR FIELD CROPS Table 6-2. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00002 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR06\VI-02...30 3....700 145..500 15 120 530 35 90 490 25 1.401.520 60 611 2...—Hay...50 92. VT .......... WY ..450 2 5..80 5..040 3.......70 2..........870 12 17 4.556 2............70 4...... IL ...293 1............637 60. OH ...725 1...........80 4...537 1...755 59.... OR . NASS........ yield. yield......... all: Area...30 2.315 14 20 4............292 928 1....324 1... (202) 720–2127.40 3....30 3.......204 7 58 1............................... Crops Branch....80 2.....30 4.152 59.....171 12...60 1.......... NASS.................60 1..942 63..00 1.632 61.AG8 USDA ...401 78 3.533.....80 3.960 672 4.300 620 Tons 8.944 61........ IA ............70 2........ CO ....41 2.00 108..365 1......85 3. Crops Branch...198. 2004 .638.972 1.........837 16...30 3..35 2008 2009 2010 1 Tons 8.60 3...00 2. NM .....300 2 5........ 2005 .........50 6.....60 3......270 147. NV .... 2003 ............000 acres 280 10 920 820 6 5 1..00 3..960 3...............10 2.90 2..40 2.. SD ...40 2.90 4..20 3...50 7........950 890 280 5 20 220 420 5 1..30 4...... MD ..VI–2 HAY....70 2.. 2001–2010 Year 2001 .40 7.00 1..080 2....600 970 270 5 20 250 350 8 1........ KY .70 2..........60 4........006 60...............050 1...........130 340 300 880 650 230 7 40 7 700 1..318 12... TX ...00 3........296 14 58 1.218 1.992 2...312 3......750 56 600 2.....20 3........380 51 7....... 2008 .000 tons 2...............30 3.000 tons 2........60 4..30 1.50 3...........60 1...........00 3...416 149....00 112.....500 530 1.875 1...296 35 6......785 1......40 2........284 1 Preliminary...........43 2......570 3.746 1..233 18..........000 acres 260 15 1.90 Tons 8........250 52 3..50 92..10 2.90 2.....326 1.00 152.461 140..70 3......60 2.762 13.....30 3.00 2.......060 21....

217 1 Following year.......950 5...00 2.080 1.160 11 627 2.....600 605 1..........80 1.323 2........600 1..........584 616 513 667 960 3..30 2....50 1... 2005 ..170 90 29 768 1...620 2.........15 2..584 4.........65 2.... by State and United States......180 7.900 4.......50 1............ all: Stocks on farms........260 208 368 119 630 1.......... MS ...00 2.30 2......80 1.......00 2........... WY .... SC . VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:29 Feb 29....400 430 130 160 65 250 600 720 3..00 1..........610 740 675 640 690 3................50 2......... AZ .646 1....478 810 1...60 3...................80 2.60 2..........650 336 248 2.........................20 3......—Hay.....585 22...........00 1.......10 1... and production..920 150 3.. CA .80 1..00 1..............10 2.... WV ........................092 38..................400 333 91 181 216 1..................584 4. 2002 .50 2....50 1.....610 6......320 3.. MD ...50 1. 1.50 1...200 352 281 2..... OK .850 4.........80 1................ CT .........794 1....40 2. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00003 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR06\VI-03...............175 4.. 2003 ..20 2.........10 1..........50 1..758 21.......... 2010 2 ............ WI .......80 1.....010 840 1.....230 5....044 760 700 1............40 1......700 1..........80 3....40 2........70 2...............947 1.....390 580 750 46 12 300 720 280 270 290 400 2...........458 22..............40 4.....20 4.40 1..400 104....60 2.......600 185 48 95 90 970 800 1..075 195 432 137 400 1........30 1..................960 7......850 800 1........00 1............30 1...570 5.........60 1....300 1........10 2..........10 2..10 1.....978 111......398 896 1....300 380 140 170 75 290 750 700 3.10 1.... KY .....75 2...300 145 150 1................... WA ....000 tons 110....746 1...450 1..... ME .95 2.....40 1...90 1......................900 630 1..058 2......60 2.................20 3..205 12 840 2.......065 20.275 97 26 900 1...90 2.80 1... TN ..............00 2....350 1.. 2006 .......00 1..840 1..........................900 2.....00 2.. (202) 720–2127...... VT . 2001–2010 Crop year Dec........90 1..30 2..00 2.. OH .99 2008 2009 2010 1 Tons 2..20 3...... 2008–2010 Area harvested Yield per harvested acre Production State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 AL .....80 2...............653 1 Preliminary.064 238 391 135 522 1.....................70 2....................658 107......000 tons 1.........40 2..................584 4..........090 76.............70 2............600 900 1. 2009 .....90 1... MA .10 2.20 2.....600 800 1.......40 1.... 1.............70 2............ ID ............. OR ................50 2..............10 2....... NE ...70 2..20 1.....200 2.... NH ....628 77.932 1.......20 1...........30 1... Table 6-5....181 96... 1 May 1 1 1.........AG8 USDA .............625 714 624 814 768 3....134 22....... AR .470 550 780 53 10 320 650 340 260 370 320 1..90 2.000 acres 780 40 1..90 1.......................50 2....50 2..... IA ......20 2........40 5.180 660 2......00 1......800 190 51 85 90 960 860 990 720 2......200 1................40 1....089 103.80 1..350 1.....384 102..................700 2.10 1......20 1........060 1........895 4.......10 1.90 1.080 1......................040 2.......449 2...10 1..050 6 350 1.906 1..50 2..10 2.........50 2.90 2.. VA .......... (202) 720–2127..536 1.........345 14.........20 2...600 319 255 2..... 2008 ..50 1.......70 2...890 1..............80 1.70 1.......10 2.......80 1. NV ..80 2.........................70 2.....095 10.............10 2.........000 tons 2001 ........013 25..... FL ...........80 1..00 1.... PA ....000 7 360 1..947 27.. IL . NASS......500 160 155 1.90 2..................00 2...250 390 600 360 570 Tons 2.520 1......090 320 600 370 580 1.. SD .170 900 756 855 1..........—Hay..50 1...80 2........ ND ..................... 2007 ............. DE .. MT ..........180 300 580 400 500 1... 39..931 22..80 1......980 147 3....................60 2....271 2.......... yield.......60 1...............65 2.000 tons 1...40 Tons 2. RI ........489 105......20 1..000 1..990 21..80 1..............667 1........80 2..70 2...20 1.70 2... NM ........20 1.......30 2. United States.................50 1.....944 7...204 1.....528 39......10 1.......95 1..000 acres 900 35 1..70 2..........750 210 50 85 80 1..011 114..................733 1......70 2.000 tons 1..........10 2....95 76......... KS ... IN ......... NASS...930 1....... Crops Branch.222 102..........70 2.......080 555 812 1...100 14 720 2...560 720 2.....560 1.60 1.200 6 330 1...... MN ...900 630 1.....400 540 750 55 12 300 700 370 270 320 300 1..90 2..980 1.. TX ........ LA ......420 1. MI ....60 2.050 2...872 180 2...............60 2....700 342 82 145 189 1....000 acres 800 30 1......... CO ..40 US ..70 2..50 1.......885 8.080 4.........20 2...........70 1......................806 1... NY ................ UT . 2 Preliminary. NC ......... GA .450 1.10 2......100 160 165 1..90 1..463 116 31 810 1.300 450 130 175 70 300 800 700 3...625 420 75 162 160 1........ Crops Branch.AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 VI–3 Table 6-4..........30 1.......00 2.. all other: Area........... NJ .440 1.......... MO ..... 2004 ......

. SEEDS.. NE ....00 186..344 301..00 156.00 214.956 All other hay All hay 1.00 116....00 Dollars 74.750 28.. NV ..50 143..........00 119.600 122. NM ....... VA ..638........430 233.....00 167.032 612.. Table 6-7........50 56...247 39..614 119.401. AND MINOR FIELD CROPS Table 6-6.528 34.733 26.091.... Crops Branch..00 114....00 98.944 61.278 39.00 182.685 102.653 All hay 1.277 260.......00 126.......00 75...........AG8 USDA ..410 600.145 72......284 1 Preliminary..547 1....413 113..00 153.952 22...185 222....00 122.556 1 Preliminary.00 90.000 acres 80.990 293....00 117.00 143.00 173.270 147.00 102.787 82..00 110... WI .637 60.00 121.50 102.00 225.00 74..150 247.370 73.000 acres 23. MA . WY ..488 33.100 327..120 553....775 59.689 405.. MT .062 76....019 39.00 112..045 US ...00 151..200 258..610 70....718 277...467 157.292 82.948 649. by State and United States....00 183.00 93.060 21. baled Value of production State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 AL ....660 624......... CO .00 140..00 170....326 315.....743 517.114 72..... SC ..075 295...00 141.851 70.....820 456..004 971. 2002 ....00 161...122 400.516 63.920 450.288 121. ID ....00 222.00 226.235 77. 152..910 108.50 75...360 45....643 280..400 397. AZ ..00 145........360 93.00 106..212 15... NASS....00 131.....50 187...00 92..00 140..00 180.200 457.......00 144......920 568.....50 119.824 436..913 341....00 85. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00004 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR06\VI-04..700 145..785 926.626 421... (202) 720–2127..014 76..00 114.00 103....270 85..00 129..900 469........616 499.238 15....480 367.00 81.. DE ...00 115..996 1..105 716.. MO .........936 452..00 191. MN ..916 212....494 39.00 135...520 301..00 66....632 61..... AR .50 112.00 191. GA ......00 178..398 162.....797.....00 134.436 200.......942 63...............VI–4 HAY.. NC .. FL ..........00 177..50 117....092 38..440 472...00 107...650 125..............084 27.909 401. ND .. TX .....00 93....901 146..435 34.00 147........500 213. 2001–2010 Area harvested Production Year Alfalfa 2001 .......548 69.122 150..00 115.006..320 472..00 108.090 491.........890 128..356 273..830 542.....180 71....937 23..270 699....00 119.403 206....00 104.00 81....50 104...090 506..00 198. 2010 1 ..........772 256..375 75..021 76.059 268..400 259.072 67...00 100. 2006 .778 155...690 253...00 74..152 59.....00 125...590 22...............50 124.....270 2...—Hay......00 116.747 74.. 2004 .....808 504........ RI .485 171.260 503.00 145.00 88.. OR ..247 19.200 617.00 77..00 119..224 216.00 134..00 95.403 23...371 61...00 152..... 1... all: Marketing year average price and value of production......00 79. OK ...00 103. by type..........704 658....... Crops Branch..00 63....00 107............00 120....... NY ...00 124..748 14..00 105...410 107.697 22...... 2007 ..090 76.808 464......875 619..568 88..00 146. WA ............ IN ...702 346.. CT .00 173..844 40..416 149.944 461....295 311.00 136.....216 510.00 144............006 60..460 543.656 298...00 195..00 74.00 88..00 220. KS ........00 106......00 130...390 158....565 191............923 23.241.. UT ....00 88....906 1.00 124..080 306....910 306.... 2003 ...000 acres 63...490 19......354 73.. NH ..............00 140..461 140...00 101.00 100..............00 117..........136 514.628 77.138 21...525 38...528 39.....756 676. (202) 720–2127....00 116....00 111...... KY ........942 7.... 2008–2010 Marketing year average price per ton.50 95.00 135.00 136...903 All other hay 1.600 3.728 1....700 32..592 937..959 325.....880 39.00 165. OH ..00 69..00 92......50 75.......052 455..50 75.00 85..00 87..00 100..636 43...00 112...........527 21...00 104....103 7.453 81.........974 406..... ME ..715....304 834.000 dollars 142..... NJ ...00 92.126 21. LA .........000 560.120 442.506 6...00 64...00 151.............00 18... Dollars 98.. NASS...169 678.620 3. MD .00 101.000 acres 76.862 Alfalfa 1...00 88.....00 112........ WV ...055 1.........400 130..... IA .....636 226...120 537.......00 146........481 495....50 1.. MI . PA .00 80....00 164.880 70...........00 145.....00 101..302 109.985 108.820 471.......783 146...00 184.......... 2009 .....365 457..564 41.00 102.403 52........800 24.... United States...359 21.. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:29 Feb 29..520 111.... MS ...00 77.........00 64.............. SD ....00 184.. 2008 .040 438.476 581. CA ...00 102..320 581...103 1........422 181...000 dollars 194. IL ..—Hay: Area and production..........00 Dollars 90... 2005 .00 98.635 1.000 dollars 168.246 208..50 198.00 116.00 126....50 102... VT ..... TN ....000 acres 39.098 75...00 137.559 14.400 145.....000 acres 156.480 311.

....11 3............ Crops Branch...........396 5....601 6...77 2..705 6..72 2..........4943....240 2..... after converting alfalfa and all other haylage and greenchop to a dry equivalent basis................ VT .....163 3......31 3..88 4. IL ........780 1.. SD . KS .... 103........45 2... ID . MO .820 1....12 6................ 1.................. The conversion factor (0......81 2.278 5.674 11....745 100..36 2. TX ..71 2...945 3..04 2...000 tons CA .895 4..... NY .......1))/0.....84 2.953 9....05 2......500 620 1.915 3..440 3.....870 4.. all other hay harvested as dry hay....................... 2008–2010 1 Area harvested Yield State 2008 2009 2010 2008 CA .....107 6...AG8 USDA .......585 376 1...87 ton of dry matter.........677 2009 Tons 2010 Tons Tons 6......13 2...........150 4..... WA ..69 2. Therefore.... MI ................015 7...73 2....124 4.............. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00005 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR06\VI-05...........925 2......763 3. WA ... OH ..89 2............07 1...........20 3.—All forage: Area harvested.260 2.35 4..53 2.... NE ...265 2.....08 2..660 5.........27 3....000 tons 1...370 1.. IA ......300 315 890 2.800 1.....13 2...140 1.........677 913 2.79 2..800 3.81 Production State 2008 2009 2010 1..........556 4.............................602 866 3...25*0...12 4... PA ...748 35............919 6..830 1.45*0.......97 2.86 2...25 2.. NY ... PA .........151 8.........844 18 State Total ..171 906 3...481 35..... TX .000 acres 1............... Adjustments would result in a slightly different conversion factor..19 3....61 2.........740 315 878 2.....210 1......950 1.97 3....226 7..........34 6.498 7.808 6..000 acres 1.....44 2.....509 11.....487 99.... The factors assumed here may vary by State and can be adjusted....810 1.......... (202) 720–2127.. The total haylage/greenchop production is assumed to be comprised of 90 percent haylage and 10 percent greenchop..39 4................585 1...672 4.. alfalfa haylage and greenchop.051 4...937 9.150 1...166 1..........AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 VI–5 Forage production is the sum of all dry hay production and haylage/greenchop production after converting the haylage/greenchop production to a dry equivalent basis (13 percent moisture) by multiplying the green weight (weight at harvest) by 0.. all other hay haylage and greenchop............... ID ............712 5.067 6.990 3..............02 3.........80 3..26 2..905 2... MO ....... WI ... SD ............. 11....... NM ....4943.... the conversion factor used to adjust haylage/greenchop production to a dry equivalent basis = ((0........ WI .000 tons 1.58 2...200 2. by State and 18 State total.25 ton dry matter....560 650 1.............62 2.... IA .........34 2..00 1...930 1..18 3... 36.....81 3..06 3.........273 6............ and production....... OH ... yield..123 5.22 3............615 2.........11 2..... MN .............650 18 State Total .....961 2.....682 8............47 2...........207 8...... NM .......... IL .............33 3.....73 2....444 7....47 4... MI ...757 3............87 = 0.... NASS....705 354 1.605 1........95 3........290 3...............036 5...... MN ............ VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:29 Feb 29.....957 9....544 4.......9)+(0........163 4...250 2.......475 650 1.......60 2.700 3.........877 3..830 1. NE ...855 2.000 acres 1.............992 5..758 9......381 1.172 1 All forage production is the sum of the following dry equivalents: alfalfa hay harvested as dry hay....016 8... KS ...........45 ton dry matter and one ton of greenchop is 0.... one ton of haylage is 0...............................98 2..........550 310 770 2......... VT .730 10... Table 6-8...............81 2..........4943) is based on the assumption that one ton of dry hay is 0.....900 1........75 4..454 1...512 5......260 2.....715 365 1.......

.......200 740 990 1....000 tons CA ..........714 1.........16 3...........455 7.....727 2009 2010 Tons Tons 960 1..30 4.175 360 950 890 900 1..194 3.126 1.....536 3......92 4.......40 3. 1...515 360 980 259 690 470 665 2.05 3...350 1.....544 3...245 625 288 2......67 4.26 3..03 5..42 3.74 2...32 4......01 3..... OH .... MN ..430 140 75 425 2.. IL ..............200 7.. VT ..................92 2........53 3..36 3....... NM .. 15......... NE .... and production..050 1........14 3.....664 1.... MI .94 3..........550 132 70 508 2....603 645 300 1.........75 4...185 130 70 465 2..........089 5.......000 acres Tons CA .......17 3......94 3.59 3...............12 3.........020 1........77 3...... WA ..............315 250 895 229 740 420 650 2...65 3......... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00006 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR06\VI-06............................55 7....................12 4..... WA ............ 2008–2010 1 Area harvested Yield State 2008 2009 2010 2008 1..86 4......... NY ...508 2.......00 4......257 2.... MO ..758 2... WI ........... TX .61 4..846 18 State Total .................. (202) 720–2127........424 5.......VI–6 HAY............86 3.......686 2.....79 3..... Crops Branch.15 5....................380 55......953 1.....000 tons 1......687 5...85 Production State 2008 2009 2010 1.........190 370 1......81 3...481 5.........00 3........329 8.. and alfalfa haylage and greenchop production after converting it to a dry equivalent basis...... 7....182 2.01 4.............. PA ............ KS .........................96 3.............000 acres 1........... TX ......... VT ........688 1.087 4....233 2..83 3.. yield.................31 4........................ ID .......02 14......... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:29 Feb 29..363 58............ AND MINOR FIELD CROPS Table 6-9..... 60...705 4.638 5...23 3...... NASS......—All alfalfa forage: Area harvested.......... IA ....AG8 USDA .. IA ..40 4..55 3.....11 5.... SD ..........21 2......55 3.......687 7...536 1........... KS ........ OH .........490 2...801 1.91 4.....457 4.500 290 955 252 680 460 685 2.....791 2...249 4...... IL ... WI ...... SD .......491 3........... NM .. MO ......994 3. MN .... SEEDS.916 731 3...........418 3........................... NE ..86 4................07 4........208 1....17 3......99 3...... MI ...150 360 910 665 950 1....450 18 State Total ....82 3.......267 5............391 1...........000 acres 1... NY ..............81 4..... ID .........999 15..989 1 All alfalfa forage production is the sum of alfalfa harvested as dry hay...16 3.........97 2....871 632 270 2.716 870 3..............................................................424 3.958 6.........336 2.39 6........ PA ................ by State and 18 State total......868 8......71 3......414 1.000 tons 1.................

.......98 5........ ID ...223 180 212 427 4....... IA ........09 10.. 390 82 45 120 75 285 250 100 45 36 700 124 370 55 130 170 75 1.....760 18 State Total ............. OH .AG8 USDA .... and production............84 6.. NM ......... 4...008 1.......01 5..141 377 713 1...........500 360 95 35 90 50 330 313 35 35 44 790 96 405 60 80 165 93 1.........71 7........ NY ...........91 10........................ yield..601 1..229 653 9...........................000 tons CA ............745 512 2.34 7..052 3..............42 14..............54 Production State 2008 2009 2010 1..........400 Tons 12... Forage harvested as dry hay and corn and sorghum silage/greenchop are not included.......... NASS.................000 acres 2008 2009 2010 CA ...... MI ....24 6........................405 2...842 1.................33 4....69 18 State Total .... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00007 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR06\VI-07..............39 5........06 9................... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:29 Feb 29..14 6.87 9....................16 7.........67 7.......35 7........13 6....... Crops Branch.................09 7.... OH .................................... WI ..... IA ..........09 7.......778 1.... WA .................... MN ......70 6.............21 5..100 780 8...000 tons 1.. VT .......... SD ..............500 320 80 48 75 70 315 290 25 45 45 630 144 450 70 120 165 100 1...................94 6.... IL ...... ID .83 6...... IL .........28 5........181 684 10....85 6. (202) 720–2127.66 7..............................AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 VI–7 Table 6-10.112 352 750 1.........40 6... KS ..56 Tons 15........... by State and 18 State total................. NM ............755 1 Includes all types of forage harvested as haylage or greenchop (green weight).....80 5.... MO ..651 650 2. WI ..... NY ....... PA ... MN ............... NE .22 8................ 4.... NE ..38 7..08 6..000 acres 1...15 7.......58 4......60 5.......000 tons 1......70 6..401 500 301 315 4.....07 6................... PA . 2008–2010 1 Area harvested Yield State 2008 2009 2010 1...........000 acres 1................04 6............. KS . TX ...........21 7... WA ...33 5.....24 5.......29 7.......................00 6.518 33................624 1.....492 4........840 4.10 5....700 5...............................................169 231 760 363 1............290 31........ SD ...........02 7....21 5.......16 7.....476 7......75 6..438 228 941 1... 32............64 5.......25 5........552 4...822 135 274 347 4.... MI ..80 Tons 13........24 7...... TX ..................68 8..—All haylage and greenchop: Area harvested..013 274 559 358 2....... MO ...........31 6.............830 803 329 455 435 1.... VT ................

.......30 6.... OH ...40 7.. MO ...........30 5............400 60 65 24 55 50 290 250 10 25 12 440 124 325 50 12 55 23 1...........................380 540 683 199 363 275 1...20 6........00 6.............—Alfalfa haylage and greenchop: Area harvested.......................... (202) 720–2127...30 6..........................38 Production State 2008 2009 2010 1.......40 5........................ 90 77 35 100 50 270 215 30 35 9 470 95 270 40 12 65 20 1.....................300 4.256 942 2............728 1.........30 6...508 1.........................596 172 50 498 160 10..70 4............90 5...........00 8........ NE ..........50 7..51 7.... OH ..... PA .10 5.......102 1 Includes only alfalfa and alfalfa mixtures that were harvested as haylage or greenchop (green weight)..30 6...... 22.............00 7............. WI ......60 8.....000 acres Tons Tons Tons CA .66 7................00 10...30 7..90 6. NM .......40 7............. SEEDS.....50 5...........20 5.......................80 5..50 6..053 448 1. AND MINOR FIELD CROPS Table 6-11.. IA ... NY .......50 5.................260 455 935 255 488 133 2...... WA .......................75 6. NM ..000 acres 1............... by State and 18 State total........ MI ...................................... yield...............650 60 158 66 3..........80 7.....................270 18 State Total ....... MI ... ID ....... and production......40 5.......................998 168 68 504 130 9.90 18 State Total .....80 5...... IL ..............279 23................. 3..60 7.......... SD .....60 5......80 5.70 9.....50 6...935 120 132 77 3.......40 5......000 tons 1.000 tons CA ...............50 8........................ 432 1.270 3.....40 7............ MN ....................000 acres 1.......... PA ........................000 tons 1.....00 6..... VT .. VT ..... NASS.60 6....... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:29 Feb 29...... WA .....................247 150 245 72 3..............140 186 640 250 1.......50 7.AG8 USDA ..478 551 1.. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00008 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR06\VI-08..VI–8 HAY............... IL ............. MO .......503 245 65 396 110 8......90 5.......... KS .....20 4.......400 70 85 30 75 25 310 265 20 20 9 430 76 285 35 10 60 25 1........... 2008–2010 1 Area harvested Yield State 2008 2009 2010 2008 2009 2010 1........90 5................. Crops Branch.............................. TX ....00 7.....80 14...325 1..283 3..367 21.. SD ... NY .... TX ..00 8......40 4...... IA ..00 6.......130 6.... ID ...... MN . KS ................ Alfalfa harvested as dry hay is not included.............81 6....50 7............... NE .......60 4......00 8.....50 11....... WI ...

00 273. 3 Price per 80. all ..60 102.. Mar..00 262... Orchardgrass ..30 9..70 520..30 92.00 78..00 33..80 229... uncertified varieties .06 5..00 154...54 6..1 20...00 15...78 8.19 9...00 93..9 Million units 72..00 93.....70 55..50 33.....00 155..00 342...2 22.6 71....00 247. Soybeans for seed.30 232.58 28.00 143.....00 286... 2001–2010 1 Year beginning May 2001 .00 55...80 146.. Wheat (winter) .7 145..AG8 USDA ..00 140.. Grain sorghum...00 306..10 30. Sunflower .....50 180....00 115.00 (4) 149.00 14.00 8....00 14....00 609...00 174.20 4.00 105..70 225. Market and Trade Economics Division..80 57..50 15....00 48.41 2.... Kentucky: Public and common Proprietary.50 14...08 Price received per ton Dollars 96.40 7.0 1 Excludes trade..00 180.00 110.. 15.50 9.00 106.00 177...00 87...00 107....40 9......00 293..60 2.00 202.00 10..80 20... 2010 2 .26 5.40 118.90 17..50 7....39 24..00 280.00 521.7 171..00 309.......00 270....70 12.80 8....11 2.80 36.00 26..60 124.00 8...00 72...37 2. (202) 694-5313...00 60...80 158......00 130.00 20...70 7..00 53.50 114...00 218...00 241..00 108.00 224..30 49.... Non-biotech ...... ladino .00 246.00 113..5 22. hybrid..32 5.00 159..00 108.... 2007 ..00 271.4 85.........00 51....00 52. Clover.0 127. Oats (spring) ...00 79.00 201.90 417...10 8..7 166.00 189....10 14....00 115......5 156..50 749..60 9...80 6.2 110.......4 158. United States.00 118.90 24..9 169.9 Total supply Million tons 156.60 407......73 165.80 22.00 114..60 230.....60 111.80 224..00 139.00 184..8 21....10 718.00 161.40 729. 2004 ...3 145....... insects. Potatoes .80 217.9 179.... red ...01 7..00 85....00 110..00 89..50 181..26 2..60 34.00 285. including Merion .8 71.00 100...... Sudangrass ...00 141.......20 11.00 349. Barley (spring) ...96 105..00 8. prices..—Hay: Supply and disappearance.. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:29 Feb 29.00 379..... hybrid ... Biotech 2 .90 Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars 92.81 7.... 4 Estimate discontinued in 2007...00 (4) 133.00 113....18 2.60 33.00 85.. certified varieties Clover...1 72.00 15.... 2002 .46 2.. Lespedeza.20 28.60 235..90 425..08 2.00 93.......30 99..00 220..00 116...00 180.....2 Disappearance per animal unit Supply per animal unit Tons 2...88 6.....21 2...00 269.96 2...............00 10... 2008 ....49 2.00 157..00 135....90 217. Lespedeza.90 53..80 19.00 58.. Rice ...50 326.... A technology fee is included within the price....9 146..00 291. Blue Grass...00 30.00 137.70 5.35 5.3 70..... Cottonseed.5 140.52 51.....9 153.00 56..90 34.10 407..........50 17..20 251..80 133.40 476....00 13...00 235.00 7..00 122.............30 6..00 291..00 105......60 19..60 55...00 88..00 107..80 Price per 100 pounds Alfalfa.. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00009 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR06\VI-09..60 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars 177.... NASS..70 5...10 13....70 20...4 149.70 13. Flaxseed .00 78......00 56.00 126..10 21...00 105....6 22.. and number of animal units fed annually... Farm carryover May 1 Production Million tons 21.30 19.4 69......90 82.00 330..00 147.4 184.00 100.....60 284..1 140...90 75..1 161..00 280.....0 21..10 7.00 500..00 281..—Field seeds: Average retail price paid by farmers for seed.00 340.... Tall fescue ...90 Dollars 92.. Peanuts ..8 71.30 181..1 178... 2001–2010 1 Kind of seed 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars 158.20 110....00 316..AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 VI–9 Table 6-12.........00 292..00 83.90 143.9 167.......39 2.15 2.90 8.20 7.00 90.10 83..00 102.. or both.00 131.0 70.00 105. Alfalfa. 2 Biotech varities are made to be resistant to herbicides..00 321.00 48... Wheat (spring) .00 62.00 278..0 25.40 10..00 27.10 120.....8 146. Kobe ..70 23. 1 Beginning in 2009 program changed from April 15 to March 15... all .3 15.00 570.00 90..... Korean .00 113...50 82.00 160...5 92...00 50.30 56....5 70.00 344.. ERS.. Timothy .77 8....00 8.50 27..8 Roughageconsuming animal units Million tons 155..00 130.05 1.00 227...00 57.00 132..1 150...3 157.00 70...00 154.00 59.00 281...5 143.00 158.60 12.00 87....00 145.78 48.......00 217.9 147..9 27.00 289.60 9..00 443.....00 152..00 184...26 2..............00 185.....00 81. Non-biotec 3 ...00 648..00 263.00 91......00 300.....80 40..... Economics..00 144.00 286..6 152....00 11..40 9..3 162.5 92... and Demographics Branch.00 137.. Striate....69 56.8 148.00 140.00 329.00 356..... 2005 .00 408..2 149.80 16........80 55. Ryegrass....00 (4) 135..19 10.00 175. annual .0 98.00 305..00 71....00 98..05 6....00 213.06 2.00 20.60 93.0 109..26 Tons 2.00 379.00 95.70 616..00 525.. 2 Preliminary......3 147...83 6. Non-biotec ...10 7.00 73..00 106.72 27.00 96..10 220. 2003 ..10 38..50 142.. 2006 .00 390.00 163...18 34.. Lespedeza..00 280....00 178. (202) 720–6146...00 455.. all 3 .6 Disappearance Million tons 177.... 2009 .00 127.0 114. United States...00 94.00 ( 4) 112.00 213.90 7....000 kernels...19 2..5 157.00 104.00 161..60 76......00 19...30 100. Sericea ..60 9. Environmental. Biotech 2 .90 13....00 198.....00 97.00 228.....55 2.00 69. Table 6-13.60 6...00 394.......00 165.. Biotech 2 3 .. Price per bushel Corn..30 10..9 70......

...850 1.5 71.............. Great northern ...598 ......0 660........254 2. KS ...0 63......950 2....—Beans..........0 145..980 224 3...5 15.....8 170....0 150..—Beans..........9 130.. CA ..8 640........000 acres 1.....0 13..0 12........... 51.. all (Garbanzo) ...... H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR06\VI-10.. 1..........900 1..4 30...3 16...4 37.160 2.......000 acres 1..0 9....................0 ...4 15..737 1..... Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 2009 Production (clean basis) 2010 2008 2009 2010 Pounds Pounds 1.......... 86...... Small red .... and production.............060 2........2 50.....0 6......030 2............526 147 232 425 . 2.....768 1 Excludes beans grown for garden seed....... Cranberry ........2 50................0 100.......3 9..950 1..0 4.....000 cwt...............403 71 13..840 1. Red kidney... Pinto . VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:29 Feb 29........0 185... 1.................0 48.9 44.0 12..............140 127 680 243 1.......473 149 230 229 .4 1..000 2..........000 1..............462 1.5 200. dry edible (clean basis): Production.... ID ...7 .558 25......260 ..0 1...766 1.....330 1..033 2009 1.......9 63..3 19.0 800.5 115....5 16.193 322 282 11. 60...0 9....140 2.................0 6. MT .885 214 324 10.............9 11.......340 1. 1............. Large lima (CA) ...828 191 2.................800 1.. Pink ...290 2..0 6............ SD ....914 967 850 497 703 84 3....................5 236.8 126...0 1..257 1............9 33..... 4......5 195...800 2...........376 133 1....0 9...........445...............464...............0 5.000 cwt....... WA ..... 960 660 1..... 3.........540.....VI–10 HAY..939 930 2010 Total ..0 6........0 8............. Crops Branch..............570 2.546 234 4.490 2.444 1....... 1..280 1............. (202) 720–2127........ 1.....850 2................. CO ............ WY ......0 79...7 155..024 1...........0 ..2 47................... 25.2 135......900 1........3 17. WI .......000 1.130 2...................542 1. by classes.461 275 193 8................5 15........5 31..0 6....5 24......600 2....310 US .... 1....8 14..............900 2........0 1.........495....0 18..........0 11............3 37..0 .....750 2.......118 641 1...............726 25..............010 400 352 771 202 1..911.850 1.......... Baby lima (CA) .............0 6..0 200...6 580... 1. Chickpeas. NASS..............427 31.470 2.......................880 2.000 cwt..2 69... ND ....... ...0 610..0 4... 2008–2010 1 Class 2008 Navy (pea beans) ..220 1.... United States...............801 3 Estimates discontinued in 2009....7 8... by State and United States...150 2....0 .0 134............230 3.... light ...0 57............ 1.....000 acres 1.0 12..510 2............332 999 71 10......... Small chickpeas (Garbanzo) ......000 acres 1.............0 6........ 4.0 53...0 175.100 2.......0 11...........801 1 Excludes beans grown for garden seed.800 1...0 9..................923 317 239 394 129 989 1.......000 cwt.000 acres Pounds AZ 2 . UT 3 .......... Red kidney..5 13.. NE ......594 1...............600 1..........210 .....330 2..... MN ...462 116 3... AND MINOR FIELD CROPS Table 6-14...7 1... NM .... 60..3 21...... TX ...0 66...2 1.........575 848 1......... Large chickpeas (Garbanzo) ......500 1..4 34..0 11. dark ..0 99.8 15.........600 2...... Black .180 ........040 1.....100 1............. SEEDS.. 10........... 86...... Crops Branch..........AG8 USDA ...............0 1......... yield.......930 1..000 acres 1.......................520 242 2...8 1.........300 1...000 cwt..........5 21..062 359 3....0 6.0 13.............9 770......661 399 304 585 345 1............427 31.........320 1................................... MI .607 2. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 2 Estimates Frm 00010 2008 began in 2009.....0 9..... Table 6-15...... 52..023 992 557 816 141 2....................842......240 1..............0 140..000 cwt..980 2.........4 10.. dry edible: Area.0 6...... 2008–2010 1 Area planted Area harvested Yield per acre (clean basis) State 2008 2009 2010 2008 2009 2010 1..........................0 135.......5 70..............0 6.558 25.770 2.0 17.. NASS.......890 1.........0 235.300 580 1.............0 195.. Blackeye ......8 8..........2 49.......120 2................. NY .0 150...0 .....1 12...........242 1..814 966 833 586 478 66 4.............. 1....... OR ....0 80.......800 1.048 94 153 283 7 885 136 705 322 1.......0 7.... (202) 720–2127......... Small white ... Other ..0 8......

..90 53..610 30..426 3...10 17..50 34......680 910.......4 1............ seed..730 1.632 (D) 7......3 1.....0 1. NASS.437.995 10...577 1.......726 1..................00 29.526......................... Crops Branch.80 37..879 3.........346....00 50.....9 1......250.. CA ..3 1.700 18.00 33.....529 9.. 2 Estimates began in 2009..833 554.60 30.604 5....212.631 6.250 838....536 1... United States.00 Value of production 1..... ...199 130......10 19....479.00 28...40 (NA) 28..312 22......80 34....4 1..743 26.....00 26....000 dollars 427....10 28..50 35..944 23...427 31................ SD ......00 36.....076 12.. ID ...445.70 31...176 6.. Area harvested 1.10 18.000 acres 1.200 790....... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:29 Feb 29.....558 25...000 dollars (D) 67..........000 acres 1.. 2008–2010 1 Marketing year average price per cwt.585 78..962 (NA) 38........252 30....00 24....00 36........... WY . OR ..50 26.0 1.911.250 838..60 35.6 1........ . 34..413 26......662 1................40 25...464.........399 102.....30 41.... WA .0 1..094 4...........20 US ... .........929..00 24.... dry edible (clean basis): Marketing year average price and value of production...... ..—Beans...528 4...........00 31.................... NE ...40 30. UT 3 ......492 17......055 519.......934 118...... Table 6-17..60 39. dry edible: Area... ND ..010 25...341 422................. yield.00 (NA) 28..569 1............60 30.00 910. MI ...406.. WI ....00 29................... Dollars (NA) 61..154 748..20 28.144 298....801 Marketing year average price per 100 pounds received by farmers Dollars 22........ ..466 basis...00 35..........816 6.......741 1...... (202) 720–2127.155 25...........50 31.......AG8 USDA ...586 25. (202) 720–2127....—Beans.. MN ........540....450 (NA) 32. NASS..........811 263............. .2 1..70 24.. TX .40 29.....80 30.....921 74..665 7..755 227..70 1...70 34...... ....628 54... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00011 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 1 Excludes beans grown for garden H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR06\VI-11....272 117.464 1..8 1.....000 cwt.531.00 26.00 26...........657 7.70 23.446 122......6 1....000 dollars (NA) 58....90 28......644 4..585 76.... price.000 dollars 13.50 22....... NM ....495....60 31.....70 18.148 14.247 85....276 25.......2 1. (NA) Not available...527..70 50.622.359 4....1 1.50 36.....00 (D) 27..............40 35......0 1.. ..........200 790....60 30......4 1 Excludes beans grown for garden seed...00 28... NY ...9 1..905 217 32........ 3 Estimates discontinued in 2009.... KS ..00 2010 2008 2009 2010 Dollars (D) 46....120 6.743 1...768 1....738..7 1.670 1.. CO .....921 30.....20 30........40 Dollars 42... Crops Branch..576 24....793 451.281 4.737 1...... and value.00 56.. by State and United States..004 20...466 (D) Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations. 19............10 45..779 57............. 1..842....00 24...90 29.. Value of production State 2008 2009 AZ 2 .......7 2 Clean Yield per acre 2 Production 2 Pounds 1...........605 512............. MT ..........210 6...0 1........ production....524 80..736 9.346...096 61.375 6..... ...... 2001–2010 1 Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Area planted ...........20 36.AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 VI–11 Table 6-16...623...80 33........00 37.....

031 4....51 51.. Djibouti .....71 43.b...764 35.66 38... Office of Global Analysis..93 34...........914 44... Belgium-Luxembourg(*) ...866 4.. 2008–2010 1 Country 2008 2010 Mexico ......................73 32..........133 42................ ...................02 27............37 Dollars 18.....12 F.........81 28.....64 24.VI–12 HAY...... selected markets................ 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00012 Fmt 1000 Note: (*)denotes a country that is a summarization of Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR06\VI-12....87 22.......52 26.............045 Metric tons 133.........653 15........996 World Total ...........161 2.....926 16.33 53...57 Dollars 24.364 7.....32 34.....293 4...................................................38 41....................64 73........ ....... Dominican Republic .......00 23............32 31...... Colorado....... Michigan points: Pea bean (Navy) Black Light red kidney Dollars 21...... U..............86 ERS.33 30...................864 15.....87 43........................... Canada ...25 42.............. Western Nebraska points: Great northern F....................837 6............................. Turkey .................... dry edible: United States exports to specified countries.70 46..438 9...... its component countries...............318 11............... Northern Colorado points: Pinto F.....34 41.....................71 57..39 22.............. Census data........66 40....04 Dollars 25....416 8......b. AND MINOR FIELD CROPS Table 6-18........................29 36....589 16.04 29.725 Metric tons 187..........AG8 USDA .......59 Blackeye Dollars 25.o.61 47. France(*) ....637 12..............28 44.00 41....289 976 273 65.......948 1...786 445.o....43 25........28 32.......771 13......................329 2.....S....39 71.....................23 23.002 1.....................33 37..............624 6...36 28........... Other Partners ....951 5.......559 2........ Australia(*) .... Korea.............................554 3..52 38.......... Compiled from U. Japan ..........47 29.............................................39 58.b. United Kingdom ........811 4..... Italy(*) ...85 39...51 29...65 18............................................94 43......143 18...48 30........56 41................47 22................. Netherlands ...............32 Dollars 16......26 65.......40 43...........74 35.......033 45..... Department of Agriculture.....................886 1 Excluding seed bean exports.......148 412.. 395................—Beans................97 45...976 6.......................382 3........................44 19..................... Specialty Crops Branch........183 696 692 95...98 Dollars 34...51 47...62 66......67 41...63 40...33 33.......366 6..............19 35.323 2..24 27....54 30......b... dry edible: Season average wholesale price per 100 pounds..26 33.......... Compiled from the Bean Market Summary................216 2.......65 54...52 52.....................28 47.... Agricultural Marketing Service...... Greeley........ VerDate Aug 31 2005 2009 10:29 Feb 29.. (202) 694–5253. Table 6-19................................95 29................—Beans........624 50..........201 5.....45 Dollars 23.........24 24....074 47..... Angola ................22 24. ...490 1..................b. Algeria ...............347 9.315 36..... India ...... ...o. South ...523 3......12 31................. Taiwan ....02 31... Metric tons 100....26 47..53 29........... SEEDS............ .............................294 4.........................144 9..o........ Southern Idaho points: Small red F...............33 42. 2000–2009 F.53 32..204 0 3................68 30...................20 23...... California points Year beginning September 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 ............532 4.95 44.....65 42..306 28............. .47 46. .....78 24......... ......505 40...............988 4..... (202) 720-6301............48 36..64 26...........465 8.. .....966 65 0 3. Guatemala ...........S.... Cuba .....o..... Haiti .............134 38..07 44...........282 2. Baby lima Large lima Dollars 26............ FAS.44 29..

.....................................................695 3....................... Pakistan .....468 10..................................612 8............................. Pakistan ........................238 1...........................027 2..................................................................... Taiwan .. dried: United States exports by class and quantity...................... New Zealand(*) .238 2...........932 1 Excluding seed pea exports...............616 3.............................968 25............. Peru ....................................744 1. Other Partners ...478 10...................................................................................225 World Total ................. United Arab Emirates ................................241 1.197 1...... Other Partners ......................................................404 57... Haiti ...........093 4.........820 2.................138 1..........................512 478 0 1......700 24........ Canada ...027 0 0 26..................... 1......... Mexico .............668 0 959 1.............................—Chickpeas & lentils................................ Sudan ...................000 metric tons 1... Canada .AG8 USDA ...............180 1.................699 3................................ Italy(*) ................. Germany(*) .......................959 40.............118 2.. Niger ............................260 4 4 0 0 55.................571 2...................... Tajikistan ...642 28..............................201 0 0 0 15 84 187 0 229 324 181 110 92 0 939 14...........596 3........403 4......................................................... Note (*)denotes a country that is a summarization of its component countries......................... Colombia ..............649 270 0 1.....................035 968 619 519 433 351 274 252 243 223 217 212 180 1........................................... Egypt ............000 metric tons Dried chickpeas: Spain .................... Greece ............ Lebanon ....848 8........................................565 Dried lentils: India .......................603 15................................................245 3. Nepal ......... Peru .......................................897 1......................................................................................794 1.................................857 4...............725 6.......... Turkey ................................................ Algeria ............................................ 5...........052 9.............................868 6.628 0 1........546 1............ Colombia ...... French West Indies(*) ...................... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00013 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 Note(!) H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR06\VI-13.....577 1...... China ....739 12....115 458 561 1...322 1....................................316 1.AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 VI–13 Table 6-20...............372 189..........................214 1.. Turkey .026 597 849 0 0 18 0 82 972 5 44 2...... 19........................ Israel(*) ....662 4........................................478 148 107 8 110 2.................................................................055 1............. Japan .......... Guadeloupe(!) ...............179 1.............................................................. 2008–2010 1 Country 2008 2009 2010 1........................ Ethiopia(*) ......... Italy(*) ............................ (202) 720-6301.................399 15....000 metric tons 1....................................................................................... Sri Lanka ..............090 1................... FAS............................ 149.............................................248 2.....775 373 4..................................424 7...........................................................................161 818 580 2............................................................................................... denotes a country which is summarized into its obsolete country...................372 41. United Kingdom ...............................................271 39............648 10...................328 1....... India ...........118 5..... Hong Kong ..........352 26................. Netherlands ......199 3.............................................................................903 1.... Office of Global Analysis. Spain .........286 170..........270 8...............................009 World Total .......... Philippines .........426 6.........977 2................................................173 14.......... Malaysia ............... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:29 Feb 29.................................... Algeria .............858 1.............904 4....441 2..........................410 2........847 6...................

.......488 22........................................ FAS........................................................VI–14 HAY.......937 9........ South ....................... Philippines ...................229 5.......... Pakistan .............441 2............... Ethiopia(*) ...................854 9......................110 4.. Office of Global Analysis......103 8..................................784 8........... (202) 720-6301............................................................. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00014 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR06\VI-14..... Other Partners ..................282 26...................... dry: United States exports to specified countries..... China .........................................370 0 4..........076 3...........................................226 244 200 6....... 2008–2010 1 Country 2008 2009 2010 India .............217 4................... Indonesia .. Bangladesh ..............804 43..............321 27...........................994 6............................424 4..841 5.......... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:29 Feb 29..... Mexico ...................................708 7.. Taiwan .... Djibouti ................AG8 USDA .. AND MINOR FIELD CROPS Table 6-21.............................108 4..519 Metric tons 166.................007 4...........814 27.437 5...................637 8.................—Peas............921 3......................884 42...........................197 498................................ Sri Lanka .....322 1..........475 17.......................644 9.....131 24.......152 6..................................871 13.............216 21.....................379 3..............................494 1 Excluding seed pea exports...............................................176 6.........................................780 1.......................577 14....830 32................128 5.385 382 5....... Kenya ...............................589 3................. Metric tons 139...666 2...... 480...........577 11.......162 19.....4088 14...............................................022 12......625 4...............285 15...........907 4.....512 15..061 56................ SEEDS... Colombia ............. Note (*)denotes a country that is a summarization of its component countries..................................175 9....... Afghanistan ............................ Tanzania .628 Metric tons 156....... Turkey ..............................161 799 61.686 World Total .. Cameroon .......878 6...................................... Peru .......................066 473..........929 5....... Korea......914 10.......123 5............................................. Canada .......................................625 30... Haiti . South Africa ............................................................308 43.....171 9..471 180..............935 3........... Egypt .....................610 2...731 5...............

35...962.546 101.5 29.997.30 3.54 Dollars 3.88 1...7 1.. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00015 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR06\VI-15. and Sept.000 dollars 1.000 pounds Year 2001 .971 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 Pounds 1.. Crops Branch..000 acres Pounds 1.964 1.6 8.—Hops: Marketing year average price and value of production... 1 stocks.. (202) 720–2127.093 80.843 111.147 1...359 43.3 28..008 179..000 83.99 4.08 1. production...093 Dollars per pound 1..969 102....85 1........ 2008 .. 2003 ..952.937 US ..000 60.000 pounds 123.000 65.000 1 Preliminary.791 2..... by State and United States..9 29. 2008–2010 Marketing year average price per pound Value of production State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 2010 1 ID ..03 3. 2002 .000 pounds 4.. 2006 ....915 57.959 37. price. 2007 . (202) 720–2127...19 66..603 54..252... Table 6-23.637 103...57 3..08 Dollars 3..569 2..595 1.9 40...1 1.........6 1 Preliminary.7 27..000 47.03 3.253 80.....092 337.. NASS.1 94.4 30.....603 1 Preliminary... 2005 ..000 pounds 7...86 1...000 dollars 16.336 Pounds 1.19 325. 2009 .622 24. WA .072 US .9 39. yield. Crops Branch..289 160...678 65.......1 11.185 265..677...—Hops: Area. OR .533 Pounds 2....948 2. by State and United States..7 29.903 1. 1 1.000 65........377 31.. OR ...491 258..9 65.370 30..63 3...030 6.7 31....78 3...330 1.277... WA . 2001–2010 Marketing year average price per pound received by farmers Area harvested Yield per acre Production 1. VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:29 Feb 29.....898 39.672 60..94 2......000 dollars 28..... Crops Branch.565 55...896..4 2.7 74.3 1.874 208.392...... 2004 .726 31...943 1.874 208. 2010 1 .. value.000 69.. 1.832 58.933 6...331 4.. 40.829... NASS..00 3..492..57 3. yield.588 1...000 acres 4...990 1......108 29..092 337.971 2.AG8 USDA ..990 1.91 1.05 2.818 118........6 52.....6 63. Dollars 4.....129 1.949 1..978 325.75 3. 2008–2010 Area harvested Yield per acre Production State 2008 2009 2010 1 2008 2009 ID .—Hops: Area.630 94..289 1...204 52....383 2... 4.841 1. NASS.000 49....AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 VI–15 Table 6-22..642 1.000 65....000 47...383 2........493 Value of production Stocks Sept...000 pounds 7. and production....239.000 dollars 29.......861 1.000 acres 3... Table 6-24......337 54.000 acres 2. United States..75 4...796 1...630. (202) 720–2127..8 9.......

........................................ Venezuela .......... VerDate Aug 31 2005 10:29 Feb 29.....543 1..........................................................................713 1.. India ................. FAS.................................. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00016 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR06\VI-16.......................503 13...........................—Hops: United States exports by country of destination and imports by country of origin.............................................................................. 2.......................VI–16 HAY........................147 803 757 522 307 277 249 222 222 214 208 184 169 154 135 118 97 1............. Peru ......331 1...............193 1............ Japan .................... Australia(*) ......344 1....................................151 World Total .................515 1.. Vietnam ....... Mexico ...............363 1.... SEEDS....... Korea.................................639 1.......AG8 USDA ............380 661 1........................ (202) 720-6301..............094 1......................... South Africa ...........148 432 196 246 260 325 388 270 202 40 73 284 80 83 24 1....................... AND MINOR FIELD CROPS Table 6-25....................... Hong Kong .. 14.............................. Brazil .............................301 947 1..............330 15....................................... Bolivia ................328 1......581 1... 2008–2010 Year beginning September Country 2008 2009 2010 Metric tons Metric tons Metric tons Canada ................... Colombia ........... United Kingdom ..664 Note (*)denotes a country that is a summarization of its component countries........................................................... Argentina .......................................... Ecuador ..................................................... South .............................................. Other Partners .. China .................................. Office of Global Analysis............................................... Philippines ........613 1....2 1.435 1..............372 552.......................................................................................065 845 760 706 192 210 416 162 424 159 71 100 266 174 146 14 121 2........................ Germany(*) ..................................... Belgium-Luxembourg(*) . Russia ...............................

881 92. United States..526 4.000 ............339 15.104 9.400 965.311 15........988 17.500 1Totals may not add due to rounding.557 Steers Bulls Thousands 16...644 32..214 2....248 2.545 15.... 2003 ...100 94.. ..647 5...573 96. (202) 720–3570.. 2 ....190 2..... 2007 .013..... .......635 9..371 30........ HOGS... inventory. meat production... VII–1 VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:43 Mar 01.150 Thousands 5............ 1.063..... 2008 . disposition.. 2006 ... 2010 ..... United States....... ......—All cattle and calves: Operations...........510 16.........185 17.835 5.. Thousands 96...620 78.........510 955.................214 2...........257 9.. (202) 720–3570...........342 96.... ....410 4...582 500 pounds and over Heifers Beef cows Thousands 33. Table 7-1.435....035 94....... Table 7-2.....004 9...... and income for farm animals..... Livestock Branch.....521 93.. 2002 ..510 971...342 96....864 5.948 14...466 16... .. prices... NASS......451 5......035 94...........018 4.018 96.753 15.....403 95. 2005 ...... Jan.010 87...023..... .554 16.......... Jan.112.............624 5.582 Dollars 747 728 818 916 1.184 2...573 96.696. Livestock Branch...........818 Calves under 500 pounds Thousands 15.. Operation estimates for 2011 not yet available..... 2004 .....950 87..201 16......325 4.914 9............793 9.......... production..804 16. ..............703 32.—All cattle and calves: Number by class...215 15.......145 9..207 2......820 82..674 32.....258 2.....723 96..244 2....055 4..... ..........638 5....... 2 Preliminary.403 95. 2002–2011 Cows and heifers that have calved Year 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 ...988 9.382 Thousands 2...... with the exception of dairy and poultry...........086 9.....201 2...520 77. and value...134 32........881 92....018 96...114 4...065 69..430 1..201...531 5...865 Milk cows Beef cow replacements Milk cow replacements Thousands 9....769 16.891 9............945 97........163 16..158 Thousands 4...000 dollars 72...500 946.......153 Other Thousands 10.. and market statistics for meat animals.. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00001 Fmt 1001 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR07\VII-01...310 95.....142 8....508 5..788 9..521 93.......460 982..................983 32.....415 89....415 4.....570 989. All cattle and calves 1 Thousands 96.... 2009 ...333 9..000 935.952. 2011 1 ..AG8 USDA .106 9.....057 9..435 31.690 9.712 31....525 1 Preliminary inventory estimates. and to livestock slaughter........CHAPTER VII STATISTICS OF CATTLE...........150.....531 32...723 96.978 14........... 1. 2002–2011 Value Year Operations Inventory Per head Number 1...230...571 5....756 9.....298 4....769 9.. The information relates to inventories.. AND SHEEP This chapter contains information about most kinds of farm livestock and livestock products. NASS....117 4.............200 15.118 14.100 94...........009 922 990 872 832 947 Total 1........300..036..

255.047. KY .633..200 1..... (202) 720–3570..448.010 87...740 1.230 13.000 672... ND .000 4..337.800 3....420 2..534.800 647..400 780 1. MI .... PA ...634.....720 5.308..190 790 90 195 40 1..100 2........000 2....180 1.710 1.000 1. DE .900 3..260 1.070 1...300 982. MS .280 14...440 18....500 988.... NY ......280 5.....550 1.990 13.......000 3.040 13...150 760 860 990 1.324.....000 782.200 1....010 850 730 850 970 950 730 930 690 760 830 1.000 1................. MA .. ME .... LA .000 414...400 1. 2010–2011 Inventory Value State Value per head 2010 Total value 2011 1 AL .000 832 947 78.150 2. VT ......536..000 273.550 6..540 1.407..800 3.850 6.060 151 2..420 980 4...000 792.....795..000 5..509.600 10.... TX ....700 1...775 753.200 87....210 950 860 1..500 852..343.......400 4.944...500 4.090...... CA ....000 dollars 857.320 1..000 2.410 820 1.2 2010 2011 1 Dollars Dollars 2010 2011 1 670 950 810 700 960 850 1....201..300 US ....030 870 940 680 1....600 1.090......000 1.800 2.000 1. MO .7 380 3........ 1..010 940 970 930 870 700 790 960 850 920 1.600 13..500 2.910 5...325....534..525 1 Preliminary........584...............300 840 87 195 43 1..386...500 6....357...630 1.800 756.200 1..000 2...000 561..... Thousands 1....100 1..000 34..5 930 1....400 826.........300 1.540 1.... WA ....400 5.210.........450 1.060 780 1..000 840 1... AK . OK ..150 2..168..200 87..040 940 710 1..023...500 1..080 1.....500 4.148...900 1.. WI ..000 3.150 2...400 1.. MT ...... CT ....105...922... MD .195.400 11. TN .. SC ..300 36...700 1...170 870 3.438...300 2.950 2.. Jan....200 1.020 950 920 980 940 820 820 940 940 910 1...........000 1.200 763.620 4...448..244.380 900 3.150....... RI .. IA .560 1.691.. AND SHEEP Table 7-3... UT ...600 183... IN ....640 2.400 686. AZ .400 3.......862..... HI ...........100 850 3.....AG8 USDA . AR .875.....650 49 18 1..355.......... VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:43 Mar 01..... KS .. FL ..000 1..200 1.740.......... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00002 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR07\VII-02...040 1.500 1..610 4..512...900 4.000 6.030 920 710 720 640 990 840 870 830 790 710 730 1.. NASS.....800 84..822..088.000 1.020 720 1..000 2.900 6....000 310.000 1......400 1..... MN ...5 870 1.720 1...9 385 3..090 1.200 1........ NE .300 1..881.200 460 34 32 1..2 92..000 49.. Livestock Branch.600 1.680 32....090 370 3. NC ....600 612..278....510 16... 93....600 2.700 4....720 1......465 277..071. WV ..... HOGS..240.020 141 2...057..696...010 970 950 740 1..300 280.....VII–2 STATISTICS OF CATTLE.330 37.000 1... GA ...000 3..... CO ..870 183. by State and United States..015. IL .. SD ... NM ......010 980 1........000 1.170 1.000 980 770 980 1.........069.330 1......000 286....800 1...561.000 2.271.040 370 3.....080 990 930 780 810 620 1. NJ ..655 284....000 48....150 1.320 Thousands 1..090 2......000 5.020 1..000 dollars 873....571...000 613.......300 450 37 36 1..300 13....300 41. VA ..400 557..—All cattle and calves: Inventory and value..000 2.600 48 20 1....060 690 950 740 1... OH . NH ....000 40..000 4. ID .200 96....737.230 5..000 1.108.428. OR ..000 460.. NV ....300 810 265 1..045..221...300 800 270 1.000 970 680 920 1..... WY .

.. WV .........5 9...5 99 360 495 1.7 30 179 120 120 1...... KY .......0 AL ..................................610 990 5. IL .. 500 pounds and over Beef cow replacements Milk cow replacements Other 2010 2011 1 Thousands 669 5.... ND ........1 180 928 600 727 4 3...............5 148 290 7 50 7 20 10 7.......... NV ...... State and United States....5 1.... WA ..... GA .....085.2 55 6 750 70 9 2......600 57 4 61 105 18 55 160 US .....5 27 95 92 280 340 320 35 1 2..... FL .............. RI ................5 50 180 42 275 273 1..2 95 33 69 165 65 405 95 40 0.036 549 157 1..1 15 105 210 500 0............260 6 Thousands 11 0.................. LA ..1 13 640 70 1... TX ..... TN .073 546 160 1.....557.... ME ............. SD .....................772 237 3 9 488 90 351 880 290 2....0 65 93 23 60 145 Thousands 40 0..450 28 1 2 90 52 24 220 70 550 115 50 0..........968 1..6 4.....2 60 4 750 75 9.....140 336 10 665 227 190 260 694 Thousands 659 5......157......023 461 13 42 5..7 30 25 1 295 52 70 130 80 50 7 16 28 6 158 295 7 45 7 20 10 8 4......6 5.............. OR ... NM .4 36 285 170 760 66 4 110 54 37 60 145 Thousands 89 1...............5 10 1.5 318 610 43 21 272 57 114 540 1......... MD .....149... KS .. NC ........ OH . 2010–2011 Cows and heifers that have calved Beef cows State Heifers.434 1. VerDate Aug 31 2005 Milk cows 13:43 Mar 01.....5 7 25 35 230 42 61 49 122 5 700 5 Thousands 40 0........AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 VII–3 Table 7-4.......865 1.540 51 5... IN ............2 9. MA ................. MT ..6 167 13 1......7 20 40 5 225 117 70 740 1......... AZ ...... PA ......... MN ...................5 95 32 28 225 65 520 125 50 0..0 5.5 27 90 71 300 405 300 37 1 2 95 38 64 185 55 355 100 40 0....... CA .7 135 68 12 90 53 42 130 240 150 82 3 9 2............... NJ ... NH ....5 502 90 367 869 288 2.....—Cattle and calves... 1: Number by class.. NE .............. CO ...............5 0......5 322 610 44 20 270 54 121 543 1......781 237 4 9.....1 14 575 80 1.......4 36 280 150 630 56 4 90 53 33 65 140 Thousands 5 0..........................6 9........750 123 19 5 114 78 2 574 98 172 210 122 77 19 32 53 13..........1 16 90 50 425 87 135 95 252 10 1.......526........265 6 Thousands 95 1....5 4 140 330 20 10 125 20 65 310 0...............5 0.........370... OK ....476 1.5 926 502 79 446 352 213 840 1...864..... ID ...... UT .AG8 USDA ...8 550 101 169 215 116 80 21 33 54 14 354 470 17 102 15 59 28 15 8....2 440 389 221 885 1................ AR ... MS ...6 See footnotes at end of table.. WI .4 208 937 610 714 5. HI ..............451.5 8 35 35 250 48 56 50 123 4 670 5 Thousands 6 0.070 499 11 41 7 96 380 503 1..... AK ......025 333 10 675 233 200 265 694 Thousands 11 0..........8 145 325 19 10 120 25 55 300 0.................................... MI ....................... MO .9 30.2 18 75 210 510 0... VT ..5 0. NY .760 116 18....7 25 136 110 120 2 0...........4 25 39 6 205 125 55 640 1...768........ IA ....... Jan.......1 17 92 53 410 84 134 95 243 10 1... 9..818. 31........380 31 0................5 7 1 50 190 25 220 213 1.....2 4. VA ............. DE ...618 997 5........5 6 112 78 1...5 361 470 15 95 14 58 28 15 7.......5 4 958 522 81.....5 185 12 1...5 110 66 11 95 47 35 120 245 145 82 3............... CT .. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 2010 2011 1 2010 2011 1 2010 2011 1 2010 2011 1 Frm 00003 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR07\VII-03..3 183 1........5 184 1..5 3 30 23 1 320 46 62 130 85 50 5 17 28 7............ SC ...............600 135 21 2.465 1..470 130 16 2 6 1.... WY .478 1.....

.. State and United States..................0 2..300 103 49 350 138 58 700 110 Thousands 325 3 110 405 1.............. LA ....VII–4 STATISTICS OF CATTLE. 60. OR ........000 150 355 0......... UT .4 17 760 137 2..... MN ................. IL ...1 2... 1: Number by class........4 17 750 130 2... 70....... HOGS.......6 20 39 8 255 210 122 1.......890 235 21 4 18 2 200 445 55 450 265 2......... (202) 720–3570............. 16.............. DE ..... NE ..............8 95 285 480 2....990 220 21 4..... WV ... SC ..... 75........4 2 20 39 8 260 230 101 1..... AK ..........330 1.. AR .4 16.320 40 1 2 125 37 31 255 180 1... AND SHEEP Table 7-4...... 60............ 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00004 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR07\VII-04..... ME ..................... MD ....................... IN .......—Cattle and calves.......... NM ..... OH ....... 1...190....... 35......... MT ... MS .. ND ......................510..9 135 455 1..... HI .........350 1..5 14...... KY . 500 pounds and over 2011 1 2010 Calves under 500 pounds 2011 1 2010 2011 1 AL ..........5 4 1 15 35 39 100 90 85 15 0..... NASS............6 300 155 580 860 2..710 93 4 160 160 33 370 160 Thousands 50... 5...... TX ... 25..... CO ...... 20...........3 60............... IA ...... 500 pounds and over State 2010 Bulls... MA ..... 2. 0....1 17 60 70 50 0......5 4 1 15 35 39 110 90 95 15 0... OK ............... SD ........1 16 85 75 380 22 3 40 20 15 30 40 Thousands 340 3........................ Jan........ WI ... WA .... NV ......5 1 40 16 32 60 30 150 35 25 0........5 2 130 39 36 275 205 1..... 90.3 60 27 5 35 25 18 60 90 70 30 1............AG8 USDA ...... NJ ...030 160 140 0............... CA ..... VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:43 Mar 01.3 380 260 36 300 215 172 460 680 510 162 16...... Thousands 70 0.. RI ..... FL ..500..........5 35 9 200 520 225 920 95 305 60 6 6 240 245 230 100 230 1.... VA .5 15 2 190 470 48 390 195 2.....3 2.........1 16 85 78 370 22 3 40 18 15 30 40 Thousands 50 2... KS .... 32.............6 0..5 5 235 245 210 70 220 950 170 345 0....... 2010–2011—Continued Steers..240 150 150 0.......080 135 11 3 350 245 30 245 185 179 450 690 470 151 16 36 8 200 475 200 930 100 265 62 5....7 0............................ MI .978...530 100 4 175 144 33 360 175 Thousands 50 0.8 90 285 500 2. PA .........153..... ID ... VT .... AZ .........270 37 1.......... NC . 19..........382....300 110 49 370 145 56 700 95 US . GA ...3 1 Preliminary. 45......7 275 100 580 910 2....... Livestock Branch. 29.. TN ... MO ..1 14... CT ........ NY ......050 175 10 3...... NH ...........5 1 40 18 32 55 25 135 40 25 0.... WY ......

............ AK .......................... Livestock Branch...........856 13..................... (202) 720–3570........ 2 Preliminary....... Livestock Branch.—Cattle and calves: All cattle on feed......................... OH ...........................................5 12 620 520 360 880 450 1....................070 1..... 1......... MT ............................................040 5........100 480 45 95 19 460 830 510 1...... VT ........................ 2006 ................000 360 35 78 18 385 800 400 1........ VA ...................................... 2008 ..................090 670 700 2.................... KS .......................023 1 Cattle and calves on feed are animals for slaughter market being fed a ration of grain or other concentrates and are expected to produce a carcass that will grade select or better............. IL ..........................660 210 14........647 14............. VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:43 Mar 01..................... 1 2009 2010 2010 1 2011 1 AL .................. and calves born....925 14...... CT ..................................... RI .......................480 1................. OR ............2 35..... Table 7-6.................................................................... WY ..................913 13.............................. TX .........370 670 Thousands 580 3...............4 165 1.............................. FL .............................. United States.....................................350 850 23 8.......................6 200 1....................... KY ............ OK ........................................................................................800 365 124 650 430 200 1....................... CA ................................390 660 US ............939..0 35............. IA ............................................... 2009–2010............................ WI ........... Jan................................................ 2011 2 ........... MN ....................................050 5...........490 1.......................900 620 600 2............5 620 490 370 890 470 1........... HI ................. 1...........—Cows and calf crop: Cows and heifers that have calved..........010 1................................................840 265 19 18 820 700 410 890 560 2..............520 700 Thousands 670 5.................................................................... NASS..... PA ...................................490 1................................ TN ............4 200 1..700 1...030 400 32 74 20 380 820 420 1..650 950 4....................040 580 81 1........990 780 20 7...9 270 800 1......... GA ............................550 420 144 760 470 200 1............ 2010 ... NH ..................................5 810 700 395 900 560 2........................... NV ..................... NE ............ MD ........................ ID ........................................................... Jan........... ME . MO ..... WV .........AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 VII–5 Table 7-5........690 210 13............. MI ...............014......392 14...............550 1..........................710 1.................642 14....050 13.......530 700 Thousands 590 4...........830 265 18 16.. 2005 ...... MA ..600 1...... WA ......................................850 1............ NY ........................................150 520 44 95 21 450 850 520 2.......................................................................130 660 700 2..5 900 500 65 940 440 335 1.... AR ............................................... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00005 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR07\VII-05............750 365 122 690 410 195 1.................................684...................... NJ ..........................................................420 1.....100 1.......................................................................... IN ......370 830 24 10 1................... 2003 . 2002–2011 1 Year Inventory Thousands 2002 ........................... NM ...................5 1............................ 2007 ...................... 2009–2010 Cows and heifers that have calved State Calves born Jan.. 40............ NASS......390 1....450 420 145 770 485 210 1..............................................6 365 940 2......980 780 21 6 870 490 65 990 410 340 1........... 14.........456...........................2 295 820 1....020 450 385 1..070 600 83 990 490 390 1. SC ...........................480 1.........920 620 610 2....................................................... (202) 720–3570.... AZ ................5 13.....................................................................................960 1................................... Thousands 680 6 375 950 2...... MS ...................................................................... UT ......8 1 Preliminary.................................................4 40.............................660 960 4..................... by State and United States.................030 1.........................AG8 USDA ..220 13................ 2004 .....3 165 1......050 1........... CO ............. LA . DE ................................................................ ND .......................... 2009 ............................... NC ..........................900 1.... SD .......827 13.............................

.....06 84........... 2006 65-80% ..... Heifers 4 Dollars 67....... AND SHEEP Table 7-7.............................100 250 160 129 1...300 pound weight range...VII–6 STATISTICS OF CATTLE.............2 14.............2 258 5 470 1....... ID ... KY........07 82.32 54....19 56............... Jan.. 13...... MN .......................39 82.. 2008 .. WI ...... TN .............94 NA Louisville.......... 2004 65-80% ...................61 53. 4 1.. KY Cows Breaking utility Dollars 46.550 8 25 60 170 380 75 75 410 10 2................................................... 2010 ..................000 to 1............ at Nebraska Direct...... KY ..... MO ............................—Cattle: Average price per 100 pounds.......... WA ....... 2005 65-80% ........... 288 5 465 1..500 pound weight range........... (202) 720–7316.......9 1 Preliminary........ MD .........—Cattle and calves: Total number on feed by State and United States.........54 85.. AR .....000 Head AZ ....... 2007 65-80% ......... 47.......................91 63...... 2010–2011 State 2010 2011 1 1........04 82..... 2009 ............ simple average of price range............ .15 53....................................................99 37......... ..... WY ................ UT ..55 91.................... SD ......... 3 1..............360 2......22 57.............71 95...............................500 9 30 90 195 370 75 75 400 5 2............... SD and Louisville.... OK ....... Livestock and Grain Market News. .700 25 20 167 7 240 65 76.....................................97 49.......80 46...........64 61............. NE ..........9 US .......50 57..89 58........................... OH .....022.....................................82 54. NA .........02 52..... IA .. (202) 720–3570..........not availiable.......95 41......22 42......... OR .......................... CO .........40 87.. weighted average of price range........... ............100 to 1.... VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:43 Mar 01...380 2.... Oth Sts ...... VA ............................ NASS....68 66..... MI ...........................020 225 170 122 1............. ............ WV . 45......... Worthing.............. 1........58 91.... by grades..............................370 10 12 170 290 60 26 2....................98 Dollars ......99 53...................................49 Breaking utility 85-95% Lean Dollars ................................. 2003 65-80% ................................... Table 7-8.. .............. 2002 65-80% ..... 2 All weights.........67 40. ..000 Head 1. KS .. ND ........................... .......... ......86 93........................................................................................ AMS...... simple average of price range................... ......... NY ..81 67.... IL ........... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00006 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR07\VII-06........ CA ..............87 93.....72 60.....35 86........ NV ............32 61.642........................... IN ............85 61...850 25 20 215 5 250 66 86.........41 Commercial Dollars 52.. TX ...............81 Dollars 67...............AG8 USDA .39 82.......78 86....................................35 44....... MT ................. Livestock Branch.37 84.........................400 10 10 170 320 50 30 2..49 60..........70 1 2008 to present Worthing SD........70 95....... SD 1 Choice Cows 2 Year Steers 3 2001 65-80% ....................... HOGS................... PA ...... 2001–2010 Nebraska Worthing..................

. AMS..517..00 133.AG8 USDA .547 498.856 1.735 1.95 82.294 42....552. 2009 .111....06 93.289 1. Livestock Branch.669 49..... . 2008 .730 1...329.70 85..... disposition.....301 2..79 85..161..711 34... 2006 ...742... ....30 92.20 Dollars 106..336 1.884 45.976. cash receipts..183 9. .429 389..777 459..50 79...183 1. ...353 21..582. and veal plus value of cattle and calves slaughtered for home consumption.102 46.722 1.045 1.472 41.10 93....... 2004 ...314 2....010 21...000 head 194 193 191 185 188 187 188 186 185 203 Average price per 100 pounds received by farmers 1..933.718 1.252 1........732 359.81 95.......789 45.........330 49...710 1.....871.962 38.. 2005 ..409. ....16 83.489 8.00 110...128 1.593 37.824.242 1.224 37....92 87.531..175 49.00 105...63 96..241 1.068 35.. Kansas.314 1..348....260 37..... Minnesota Feedlots..741 1... .843.23 86........ Dollars 82..365 43.AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 VII–7 Table 7-9.....788 41.098 47. Adjustments made for changes in inventory and for inshipments.403.649 9.317 333..710 1. VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:43 Mar 01. United States.924 389..735 21..581... Table 7-10. 7 Cash receipts from sales of cattle.892 49..106 37..761 19.... 2005 ..38 87.418 2...000 dollars 29..110.88 95..... (202) 720–3570..021 Heifers SE/CH 35-65% Number of Head Pounds 1...359 372..098 27......319 1....00 135.00 1 Calves born during the year.000 head 9.016 36.234 1...665 44...008 44.40 102...439 51..049 1.336. TexasOklahoma.. . calves........633 476..098 49..193.691 51..284...481 562..260 1..685 1.70 84.319....136.... 3 Includes cattle shipped in from other States.258 2.00 119.229 1.576 45..... .768 384......129 36.. 2003–2010 1 Steers SE/CH 65-80% Year Average Weight Price 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ........939 35..317..007 447..245 1.03 87......57 92.10 80.376 1....95 Heifers SE/CH 65-80% Year Price 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ..323 2.21 93.187 50... Nebraska.....902.823 561....00 117.251 41.... beef.732 35..000 dollars 40.193 313...418 21...37 82.751 317..191 1 Sales FOB the feedyard..51 92...000 dollars 40...487 2..925 1.. and gross income.000 head 21...077.28 85.522 22..974.095.294 1.360 1.173 Price Dollars 82............896 2.804 47.608... 2009 ..—Cattle: Weighted average weight and price per 100 pounds.788 Price Dollars 83.348 2.....901.757.41 Average Weight Number of Head Pounds 1.156 35..781.....818 1.. ..236.75 92..725.. 2003 .....00 96.300 38..144 1....159.09 93.856 8..366 1...... Iowa-So...900 403.. Livestock and Grain Market News.713 427.358 1.047 1.803 8..492... ... 2 Includes custom slaughter for use on farms where produced and State outshipments. 2007 ..373 48.273 1..490..165 1...00 119....012 1.... 2007 ..341. 2006 .145 1.80 89.116 45..558.81 84....100 8.90 86.....322 48. 2008 .811 47.000 head 38.282 1.144 326...760 1......956 8..219 1..888 8.000 pounds 42..245 1...391...........22 Average Weight Pounds 1.00 Steers SE/CH 35-65% Number of Head Pounds 1. 6 Receipts from marketings and sale of farm slaughter.210 1...000 head 2...246...20 89....126 1.392 41. .. ...153 35.......—Cattle and calves: Production..857...594..227 Average Weight 358.01 92..925 1.000 head 47.240 247.768 43......... 2010 4 . Colorado.000 dollars 362.294 1.252 443.90 89........260.... 2001–2010 Death loss Year 2001 ..292 2.30 66...59 84.180 1.773 44..890.081...568 41.077 1... 2010 4 ..211 1. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00007 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR07\VII-07..746 2.097..711 1.. NASS..990..258 42... 2004 .880 342.000 head 1...792 41... 2002 .051 415..404 31.532 32.59 95.428.....118 36..759 36.540.724 Cattle and calves 1.429.108 2. Year 2001 .. Dollars 82.213 21.....335 2.973.66 85.. Marketings 2 Farm slaughter Calf crop 1 Inshipments 3 Cattle Calves Cattle Calves 1...104 19...336 1. (202) 720–7316..296 9..645 38... 2002 .. Estimated net weights after 3-4 % shrink..692 44... .474.170 1.573...265 1.283...166 Number of Head 2...511 344......902 357.813 21.. but excludes cattle for imme4 5 diate slaughter.366 2.857 441. ...22 83..65 86..021 41. 2003 ....774 43... Preliminary....320 2..394 2.783 Production (live weight) 5 Value of production Cash receipts 6 Value of home consumption Gross income 7 1.437.70 87...192 1. but excludes interfarm sales within the State...165 1.........736 Cattle Calves Dollars 71.

.. ..... VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:43 Mar 01....019 976 823 718 699 745 942 930 864 Other Total 1 Thousands 26 26 25 20 17 13 13 15 14 14 Thousands 1.....082 1..... .805 32... Livestock & Grain Market News.832 33..... .039 879 772 748 795 993 980 920 1 Totals are based on unrounded numbers...264 34...... .007 1......365 33........ AMS.......... (515) 284–4340...........907 32......414 34......... United States. .... ............. .. AND SHEEP Table 7-11. NASS........001 842 734 711 758 957 944 879 Farm Total Thousands 40 37 38 37 38 37 37 36 36 41 Thousands 1.—Cattle and calves: Number slaughtered......... (202) 720–7316... 512 516 574 456 491 471 422 465 501 492 43 43 37 31 77 85 82 80 67 63 89 144 130 99 87 69 65 43 56 74 113 30 110 102 97 114 52 84 96 105 228 239 222 211 198 179 115 90 43 153 1 Switch to Fort Collins market 2005... ..........880 32.145 33........702 Farm Other Total 1 Thousands 599 614 587 573 556 553 543 560 573 547 Thousands 35..515 33.. ..156 31...............411 Federally inspected Thousands 981 1...370 35.. .... 2001–2010 Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Oklahoma City Fort Collins 1 Amarillo South St......045 1. .765 33............728 32... .......698 34..771 35.530 35... ..849 34..047 1...... Joseph Sioux Falls Thousands Thousands Thousands Thousands Thousands ...249 Thousands 160 153 154 152 152 150 150 150 150 162 Total Thousands 35.... Thousands 34...120 34.AG8 USDA ... .721 33. HOGS. Table 7-12.493 32..VII–8 STATISTICS OF CATTLE..488 34.................647 32. .......... ..........—Cattle: Receipts at selected markets............. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00008 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR07\VII-08.. Iowa Field Office....388 33.... ....735 35...... ......888 35.......539 33.... 2001–2010 Cattle slaughter Calf slaughter Commercial Commercial Year Federally inspected 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 .............338 34.

.. by State and United States.....5 (D) 43..... NE .. WV .. NH...AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 VII–9 Table 7-13....800 262 1 Includes slaughter in federally inspected and other slaughter plants...AG8 USDA ..3 1.................2 1...........821 4..............968 7.........785 209 212 (D) (D) (D) 31......... KY ..236 8.392 37................ Thousands 6..662.....2 (D) 0...080 1.........1 24...4 219...........146 18...019 976 823 718 699 745 942 930 864 318 310 316 329 352 344 304 255 248 260 1 Excludes postmortem condemnations............... .034 1.169 1.............2 12..184.... Iowa Field Office...... total and average live weight... MA......780 (D) 45.1 32......145 33....045 (D) 37........4 12........ ................. OH .....3 27......926 17... AZ .......181 1..........088 1..... RI.............721 33. 2 Excludes postmortem condemnations..........5 41................282 981 1. 3 CT.0 913... AR ... NV .....................698 6...3 41.......6 21....7 0. ....415 255...6 226......805 32...291.....192 3.......304 1.S.. NY ....423 9.....295 1........832 33................564 (D) 227.......109.259 1..2 26. total.........617 34 801 131 297 63 (D) 9...3 0......3 (D) 229....288 975 1...... ND ..........0 0. .... 34......655 841 76..................4 39....... Average live weight 1 Number slaughtered Average live weight 1 Pounds Thousands Pounds Thousands 34....204.......6 0.............056 (D) 1........... VA ...........056 1.......000 pounds 6..............095 1..............178........ NC .........5 0..... TN .673..... WI ...... ME.2 5....................7 545..3 (D) 45..246 1..254 (D) 1.5 280..8 1......1 3.............313 1.876 13............... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00009 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR07\VII-09. NASS.......................... AK .............275 1..284 1. UT ...................603 13...154 1..... FL ............ Table 7-14.............203 26......... CA ... NASS..........4 65....621 859 (D) 29............. .7 0.....6 5..112 (D) 845 1..4 1....... . GA .... MN ..938...4 0.296 1......... KS ..... excludes animals slaughtered on farms................346.. PA ............8 (D) 127...195 990 1.5 119......000 pounds 133 (D) 23 91 22......246 1..........271 74 (D) 154 8. MS ..... WA ......710 345.6 6........ OR ..... NJ .......229 1.165 Thousands 0....237 48....... ......... IA ........... MI .............651 2...........234 1........326 1.......691 738.. VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:43 Mar 01...3 (D) 1....268.....................6 960... and average live weight.....359 1..2 126.....075............623 187.....................1 18...... (515) 284–4340...021 1.298 (D) 997 1...............5 6........4 1..281 979 763 1. 2010 1 Cattle State Number slaughtered Calves Total live weight 2 Average live weight 2 Number slaughtered Total live weight 2 Average live weight 2 AL ...............142 1.242 1..324 1....314 1........5 620..........256 787 700.3 (D) 6.. SD ...003 1..........649 8.8 (D) 119..253 1........1 95... MO ........224 1...—Cattle and calves: Number slaughtered commercially..105 8........279 878......1 0....9 0..120 34................... HI . (D) Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations..................510 (D) 93 75 295 2..........6 18.208 837...3 (D) 0... IL ....516........... WY .......0 43... N ENG 3 ....3 (D) 0......1 6.. MT ..518 361 (D) 51........397 602 1.................2 214.270............9 1.277 1................507. TX ..........5 10........... Data are not printed to avoid disclosing individual operations....... SC ................................. Iowa Field Office................ IN .917 25.....................6 (D) (D) (D) 73...702 1.............................744.......585 2.....8 170................ Average live weight is based on unrounded numbers............................174 1............706 (D) 351 (D) 37 42.................. Totals may not add due to rounding.5 8....770 44....6 0..... CO ..........3 0........134 (D) Pounds 473 (D) 453 462 107 472 265 365 491 564 (D) 443 (D) 280 422 514 534 427 424 376 (D) (D) (D) 424 220 104 481 (D) 240 444 (D) 429 358 (D) 468 325 (D) 375 (D) 445 443 (D) US 4 ........8 2...176 1.........156 31........667 Pounds 930 1..........1 (D) 21....207 1. . 4 States with no data printed are still included in the U.........307 1........296 1.....743 (D) 8..890 1........ .......... DE-MD ................ (515) 284–4340..249....731..4 7..... ........643 10.8 18.................481 141.. OK ........6 566......765 33........ NM .. LA ...... and VT...406...........................5 1............ ID ...................5 (D) 0. 2001–2010 Cattle Calves Year Number slaughtered 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ........907 32.771 35..153 30..—Cattle and calves: Number slaughtered under Federal inspection.................4 0.......924 1.....209 51 12...635 53...9 (D) 0.......2 0.....Represents zero.......

...822 195.0 808....736 623... NJ ..551 2.8 135.420 637.0 12.0 92....0 2...227 221...985 1.155 348.. CA ..771 5.8 1.925 36...767 1...159....299 4.861...696 7..0 7.136..724 51...0 4.100 7.233 409......762 32.. HOGS.503 584.....0 77..822 19.. 4 Excludes custom slaughter for farmers at commercial establishments...0 2...272 321.678...161 388...140.339 6..0 6.....984..191....005....371 373. and gross income.5 7.9 21... SC ...644 7...885 404.000 499......121 12... OR .... AND SHEEP Table 7-15.030 1.101..446 283.0 235.. 3 Includes cattle shipped in from other states...002.185 148. beef.089 147... AZ .... PA .996 782.216.0 100........963 698 130.919.. AK ....0 216..0 2.5 125... NM ....... 7 Includes cash receipts from sales of cattle..987 1.... MN .309 554.706 5.534 23.0 56.881 5...018 2.028 526..480...0 1......0 2.967 486..596 1. OK ..122 6.408.0 0...0 13........955 43. HI .000 dollars Al ...320 1...858 10.761 1...199.0 415..9 578..0 20..5 203.369 52....703 74.—Cattle and calves: Production..0 9...531..0 4.....146 69.. MO . 2012 2 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00010 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR07\VII-10.0 1.9 8.0 161..0 2.186..0 78.....000 head 1.0 32...0 1.0 38..344.0 971.852. WA ......824 7.539 220....085 283.000 head 1.070 1... MA .861 4.042..0 1........0 6.........514 732..955 171...0 19..482 255..677...441 630. VA .849 2.369 4.0 10...818 226.0 0...836 1..052 766 3.580 1.......232 3...033 258....655..5 7.0 3...5 1.400.547..0 2....0 925..723 7.2 41.089.345......0 5..197 2. MI ..444..481 181..030 1.051 8.178.0 1...046...298 616 129......0 1.423 468 2.....762.193...558. IN ....092 415..0 107........851 1....0 329..0 1.0 259.233 1.0 155....0 102.....0 4.0 792.910 1..0 1...... TN . WY . KY . IA .... CO .AG8 USDA ..082 191.0 1...683 216.900 568....300 1..0 120.0 43.....0 281...0 2..... NH .....0 4..0 61..883 2.0 40..027 287..0 148..881 2. and veal plus value of cattle and calves slaughtered for home consumption.674 3. MT .387 545..097.0 150.. cash receipts. ND .143 63.347 4.249 15..2 303.0 5.0 3...177 291.. MS ..096. TX .... AR ..665 5........ KS ..573.......0 3..0 4..460 737.0 70.0 40..0 100..186 365.334 2..0 2.642 380.0 1.569 504..159 707...0 4......389 863.989 17.027...0 411..924 8.573 167.564.206.. NY ..307 1.0 46......670 445.545 2.347 2.5 248..0 165...112.0 334.0 1...791 22......160.684 1.296 11.529 1.280 512..551 9.139 120....0 19.252..0 250.012 443.983 332..3 145.......1 432..976.226..0 2.0 85..0 16.5 0.801 705. VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:43 Mar 01..0 302.456 328.933 505.044...262 21.....6 701.........419 22.090..0 2. 437.7 2.0 970.407 4....036 1....021 234.000 head 1.0 10.816 5.717...042 42.888 640... LA ..0 86...0 472.781 14.0 91..0 173.... calves...0 4..608 5..0 23..207....777 122 3..553.064 1.0 12.... 2010 1 Marketings 2 State Cattle Calves 1.. VT ...0 132..1 16.1 400..095 2..232 859..0 1......0 15..912 373..186 653.042 153...... GA .....0 360. ID ....956 1..030 3...0 101.........386 1.474 115......2 106.....371 381..0 0.....587.834 2..0 13.. NE ... DE .........010....0 0.........0 10...075 US ..336 51.000 head Inshipments 3 Farm slaughter of cattle and calves 4 Production (live weight) 5 Value of production Cash receipts 6 Value of home consumption Gross income 7 1....776 7.789. SD ...8 8.. 45..0 9...831 578.....200. (202) 720–3570..0 1.142..0 10.0 130..3 1..0 15.754 13..0 350..978..592 40......0 583.3 2.... Livestock Branch.....0 772....415 2.0 120..0 1.455 551.0 342...5 2...359 6....0 291.......0 3...512 2....527 3...515 194. disposition.. but excludes interfarm sales within the State.955 502.210 7...310.0 48.0 29...5 350..075 738 133.949 614.533.0 80...0 2.897 1....644 7..0 14... RI .561 433...245 2.731 7.0 1......605 6..620 357.592 1.316 190.0 2.0 192.5 37.......736 1 Preliminary. FL .......0 164.0 4.....822 2..0 13...440..5 475.0 5....124 256..209 656...0 963... NASS.4 54.252 32..989 6.246 272..345 414.608 431.0 7.....027 1.0 3.0 ....623.....617 11.0 180.128 66.528 455.721 21........081 433..194 2.0 0.635.....0 0.. WV ..0 541..787 9....0 2.033 7..0 0.. WI .945 1.000 pounds 1.......539 6.968 41......1 2......766 882.....0 0.000 dollars 1..0 1..731 11.901 495...981 171.199 506..896 1.0 2.610..... ME .263 9.....317 106....204....571 250.......0 275.192 398..... UT ....067 16... 400.000 dollars 1...... CT ....... NC ...0 370.301 564.171.5 5..762.115...795 12...0 8. IL .0 4.068 6...120 7.197 34..580.789 395.033 6.190....0 138....200 494.491 30...0 106...579 731.309.. by State and United States.905 390...253 4.765 606......0 119....548 463..482 9.046 11..806 8.. 6 Includes receipts from marketings and sales of farm-slaughter..243 192....521 615.1 8.765 4.753 1..0 6..0 10..0 340.......0 5.683 446.0 10.467 10.581 1..920 15....0 925.0 102.5 5..0 271... but excludes cattle for immediate slaughter.........813...........084.0 500.... 5 Adjustments made for changes in inventory and for inshipments.283 614 2..0 9.0 601.0 8...815 1...355 595....901 9...0 2..0 2.0 10.879 596....316 2.0 368.021.783 1.....865 217. OH ..0 1.341 7....974.....000 dollars 1......929.0 226.0 6.0 2....905 1....VII–10 STATISTICS OF CATTLE.0 545......235 1.281 956. NV .903 412..990 187.744 485. Includes custom slaughter for use on farms where produced and State outshipments....426 493..633 438.606 183..521 8..885 20....981 743..697 12...782.. MD .841 178.0 423.246.5 1.474 1....219 660..249 2.0 839.0 509...

..800 35........797 17.... MD .. DE ...................... SD .................. NH ..300 24..................100 10.. 3 State level es- H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR07\VII-11.............. IN ....800 15.....100 850 3....000 30.......... ...2 30....720 1............163 2...150 2..097 17..3 31.6 1..........2 7. .. WI ..7 51.......... ...............1 Percent 1.....000 21. (202) 720–3570...500 26. CA ...........090 370 3.523 17.......582.410 820 1.........478 17....................500 1............... CO ........000 1...........706 2.....................000 head Number AL ......... TN .040 370 3.......4 10..............591 2.8 49.... Livestock Branch...000 head 1...........078 10.................650 49 18 1..775 5.......881...........230 5...7 1.... IA ........................177 16...........8 18..6 8............. ID .... ... 2001–2010 1 Number Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 .......... NM ................100 26....500 25......300 800 270 1....................500 6..500 1. VA ...................... VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:43 Mar 01....330 1.325 3.......................363 2.. FL ......600 18....................... AK ..........280 14..700 47.949 16.... ....... RI ...000 1..9 49...........—Cattle: Number slaughtered under Federal inspection and percentage distribution....000 44..161 6.....420 980 4. MO ........170 870 3...................................300 22.700 12...........................450 1.200 1.......4 7. and number of operations..................... MS .......720 5..................800 14..100 3........... 1 An operation is any place having one or more head of cattle on hand on December 31......6 1..192 16....2 49.....069 4..630 Thousands 5...... by classes........000 280 8.......................8 1............600 2...1 17.... 93........................100 1....000 12....596 Thousands 11...500 18....................2 50........ WY .... NC .....379 11.......8 1 Totals and percentages based on unrounded data and may not equal sum of classes due to rounding..........342 11....200 460 34 32 1.................7 32........285 16..4 52.......610 4...047 Cows Dairy cows Other cows Total cows Bulls Thousands 2........761 9....... PA .......7 19...............500 13.300 840 87 195 43 1.......540 1...........7 380 3............. VT ..3 Other cows Percent 8.......060 151 2........................ Percentage of total Cows Steers Heifers Thousands 17........... ME .000 130 7.................510 US ..7 1...AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 VII–11 Table 7-16...950 2.....2 Percent 32..........................8 Dairy cows Percent 7..620 4....... NE ......100 2..8 Total cows Bulls Percent 16......... MI .......300 810 265 1...1 49..................582 2.......140 6..... 2007.....................230 13..800 59...... Table 7-17......8 1.... MT .........9 385 3....820 10. KS .......400 780 1.......100 2..675 6.000 14...............................000 1......860 2...........................380 900 3..... 1..........540 1..523 2......... MN ... .....................000 7......500 26.. .....300 2................. OH .............9 9......1 7.900 6....—Cattle and calves: Inventory Jan 1...700 1...... ............ NY ..2 18.260 1....9 29..............7 8...336 5........ NASS.700 1.....550 1.023 5......9 8..................178 3.. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00011 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 4.........300 450 37 36 1................ NJ ..........091 9..... AZ ..... NV .......4 7...600 14..200 400 21..............3 7...............674 5.................. ..............000 16......000 17....1 16........ timates only available in conjunction with the Census of Agriculture every 5 years.............................5 1...500 2Preliminary. WV .....658 6............ by State and United States 1 January 1 Cattle inventory Operations with cattle 3 State 2010 2011 2 2007 1............200 10..... MA ...7 9.1 10......................630 1..........150 2....092 3..345 9.. NASS........000 55..040 13...000 2........5 930 1.....600 19.815 2..4 8.4 PR ...700 1.6 30....020 141 2..207 10.............................. CT ....743 10.............170 1...............560 1..051 3.......... SC ......6 10...569 3.700 28.........800 2...AG8 USDA ..607 2.312 16.. TX .................................8 52..................190 790 90 195 40 1.910 5..8 1..252 2...... KY ....4 7....0 9.437 Thousands 621 598 629 550 498 511 554 605 570 622 Heifers Steers Percent 49............. ......................7 1..............7 29.....600 48 20 1..... 2010–2011....3 29............. ... UT ............ IL .8 15..............320 1. OK .. WA .......... (515) 284–4340....700 1............... HI .... ND ....000 5.280 5............400 1..... Iowa Field Office...................600 965.................... OR ...150 2.....497 2..850 6...400 9.............................000 16..0 16.....807 Thousands 3..3 15.500 30................ GA ..550 6...990 13.000 152..000 12.1 8.... LA ....2 92.................7 29..354 2..........7 32...... AR ......1 7.....................5 870 1.3 50...................983 3.3 16.720 1.........090 2..

.4 9.AG8 USDA .............0 100...000-9................ 2 Included 100.....999 . 100-499 . .....000-4. 641...700 6... 5.000 742.....0 Cows 2 1 An operation is any place having one or more head of cattle on hand on December 31.... HOGS.600 18. 751... Livestock Branch.. (202) 720–3570...................2 13............ VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:43 Mar 01................... 500-999 ...000-1.....999 .500 3......9 3...........2 Total .000 144..............0 13..... 50-99 .........300 18.. NASS........... ..350 1.7 7......5 9......110 280 60 588..000 935...... 100-499 ...VII–12 STATISTICS OF CATTLE. 2...... (515) 284–4340. 10...000 141... AND SHEEP Table 7-18...600 3..........8 4....000 131....5 2..........999 .........4 9.......... 946..000-4.........000 100.... 596.....0 Beef 1-49 ........0 8........000-1..999 .......... ..... 1..........999 ... Iowa Field Office....0 17. 50-99 ... 1....—Cattle and calves: Average dressed weight under Federal inspection............. 2001–2010 1 Cattle Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Calves .000+ .280 1.0 8.......... .000 129....... .9 4......... 2...............200 4.0 in operations with cattle.....900 6.6 31.—Cattle and calves: Number of operations and percent of inventory by size group. .......090 280 50 28.......... United States....................0 Total .. ..7 8...... NASS..0 8.........4 38. 2009-2010 1 Operations Percent of inventory Head 2009 2010 2009 2010 Number Number Percent Percent Cattle and Calves 1-49 ............000 66.1 38...2 28............... 5.....000-19...300 4..000+ ........... 500-999 .5 9..5 2....................010 720 270 200 635......010 720 270 200 11.......6 31.. ...........9 3.... Table 7-19.........9 11..1 1. ........................3 17.... 20.1 1....999 ....000 100..0 8...........8 4...000 67......8 4....................000 82..... All cattle Steers Heifers Pounds 744 765 746 756 769 781 776 778 784 773 Pounds 798 823 803 806 817 833 830 838 847 835 Pounds 734 753 732 740 750 767 764 772 782 768 Cows Bulls Pounds 584 590 590 614 621 622 617 609 610 607 Pounds 893 912 904 893 905 914 893 888 878 875 Pounds 196 190 194 201 216 207 182 150 147 154 1 Excludes postmortem condemnations. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00012 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR07\VII-12...........................................000 82.......

...................400 14... (202) 720–3570............... MD ................................. OR ..............9 30...300 640 930 8............... WI .... ND ................................. RI ............ DE ..... NC ..140 336 10 665 227 190 260 694 659 5................ VA ...... MA ......................... NE .......078 3 State level esti- H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR07\VII-14................. SC .....................................1 180 928 600 727 4 3.....000 head Number AL ... LA .........................000 5................. AR ..000 10.772 237 3 9 488 90 351 880 290 2.................500 1..................781 237 4 9..........................................................370........................................5 99 360 495 1..600 1......... NASS............................6 PR .300 230 8.............................434 1.............. NY .................. 669 5..........800 14....... Livestock Branch........................700 17.000 132........................5 926 502 79 446 352 213 840 1..................................350 US ........ .............. 2010–2011........... NJ .............700 17...............100 18................................ PA ....700 14.......... VT ......... WV ...478 1.....023 461 13 42 5.................. 2007........... MI ....000 100 5.. NM ..000 11..........................000 9..................800 42.............036 549 157 1...... VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:43 Mar 01.............. SD ............................... 2..............................865 1....000 11......................000 26...................... mates only available in conjunction with the Census of Agriculture every 5 years......... IL ............5 184 1..............................................800 12.465 1.800 15........................ CT ......400 47.... IN .... WY ...................100 10........... CA .................... and number of operations............................... MO ...900 12.......... AZ .... OH ..................................... TN .......................... ........000 52... MT ..........................400 1........... ME ..................... KS ......610 990 5....000 head 1.............................. FL ...................300 2..............................618 997 5.—Beef cows: Inventory Jan 1....................5 502 90 367 869 288 2...................968 1.................800 4.......................700 850 7........... WA ..........200 6.............300 1.....200 13..... CO ............................000 38.......073 546 160 1.........................000 12........................................000 22. by State and United States 1 January 1 beef cow inventory Operations with beef cows 3 State 2010 2011 2 2007 1........864.................................... OK .... NV ..........................AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 VII–13 Table 7-20.............................. GA ........AG8 USDA .... IA ............ ID . 1 An operation is any place having one or more beef cows on hand on December 31...... KY ..000 12...200 7..............800 766...... MN ................4 208 937 610 714 5......................................................................................... AK .......800 11....................600 750 250 16...................476 1....................... UT ................................................................. NH ..700 21.. 331...........3 183 1.......400 16................5 4 958 522 81.300 25.. TX ......................................... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00013 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 2Preliminary................... HI ..2 440 389 221 885 1.. MS ................................070 499 11 41 7 96 380 503 1....025 333 10 675 233 200 265 694 22....

NASS.200 270 .... CA . IL ........4 8.. WA ......9 30.......900....0 1..0 3..132 357........0 340...000 15......300 3......700 73.000 319 226 752 131 6..0 710...650 15.306.... DE ..5 108...735 870 426 2...500 1...0 1...0 2.400 8...000... KS . ......148 64... KY ......0 99......820...400 1..........000 401.........350 266...340..100 1...200 1...480 2.900 3.210 124.0 1.416....206 5...800 350 3. SC ..510 330 24.... PA .. CT ...5 15.450 69.......300 1.......070 266 14. LA ....078 4......0 730...000 302.925.0 1...100.3 8.............0 2......... MT ...000 42......000 476 605 1.......0 17...920 148 16..0 1.0 175......700 1....833. ID .....400 680 3. OH . 64.150 17....0 12...750 21...0 143.... ......00 83..........AG8 USDA .. ..........0 2.... 2 .....040.870 Number 750 40 380 1..647 6.........600 100 810 960 1....... AND SHEEP Table 7-21.... ...898.300 11.0 36......400 378 30.0 100... VA .7 225....... and number of operations............653.500 720 440 410 450 2.000 3..0 19...0 1... 1......040......230.......479 88....810...000 490 2...010.........763 5..485 172.613 4.......150 71...982 61..626 6........200 109....280 698........500 67..500 4..... AR ...0 365.... MO .516 68.....949 75....0 345......0 160..800 19.460 957 98..—Hogs and pigs: Operations...000 13..898.00 90.........728 4.000 dollars 11....0 3..0 160...0 9......0 10... (X) Not applicable.900 2.860 1..... Dec...00 1 An operation is any place having one or more hogs and pigs on hand December 31...880 6......530 (D) 550 32.0 4. 2009–2010.5 77...463 62..529 17...0 1...7 26.000 dollars 4.720 69.360 1... SD ..0 5....00 89.101...... ...... FL .. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00014 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR07\VII-17.0 2.015 1......... NASS...0 1....280 1..............2 64....200.755 223..0 3. AZ ..024....00 71...650....100..0 760.......200 90 270 270 400 1...........416......... ID & WA ... Table 7-22. (202) 720–3570..0 (D) 5..... NJ .. VT ..160 154.0 2..............0 360... MS ....480 13..............00 95..... WY ... .. . Dec...400 31..453 60..0 13.. .750 (D) 440.. AK .9 7...647 6.. ..860 180.400 215.........800 15........600..000 8.....000 196 396 960 165 11.0 87.0 3....162 435 28.8 230....0 2010 2 Dollars 82 190 87 92 110 88 110 82 87 77 140 87 84 84 87 75 63 87 87 82 87 91 97 87 72 87 90 110 94 94 87 82 70 87 86 79 87 78 87 72 92 73 69 87 110 68 94 87 80 94 (X) 2009 Dollars 110 190 110 110 140 100 140 110 110 96 140 (D) 100 110 110 90 78 110 110 110 110 120 130 110 92 110 110 140 120 120 110 110 90 110 110 92 110 98 110 92 120 94 85 110 140 86 (D) 110 95 120 113 1..00 67......250 73.....949 77.9 2..2 165.800 1.......780 198 21..400 1........... (202) 720–3570...000... Livestock Branch..100 517 2..........986..957.0 195....0 3..280 65......0 1.700 4..... 1..480 319 615 1...940 75.. NC .....722 59.584.0 730....0 10.0 11..820 3..0 1.000 62..0 61.........178 (X) 2010 2 1. An operation is any place having one or more hogs and pigs on hand December 31.0 105. ME .4 5......887 64.. GA ....0 670.. TX ..633 5.....110.000 dollars 14.........150..4 3..........VII–14 STATISTICS OF CATTLE.....4 167....300 228 18.........0 23. OR .....................100 Thousands 59.........080.0 3... MN .760 108....0 740.887...400....... UT .910 1.. MD .0 7.... IA .. OK .........5 (D) 4. MA .250....925 Total Dollars 1.. .. .500 610 250 1..0 1..950 81..0 7. 2001–2010 Value Year Operations 1 Inventory Per head Number 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ...............980 56.....100. CO ...800 25.290. by State and United States Inventory Value State Value per head 2009 2010 2 2007 2009 AL . 81...0 185.....0 3.500 1..—Hogs and pigs: Inventory and value.0 180...... ND .. NE .220 76.0 1...0 (X) Thousands 130....200 240 80 1................ (D) Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations.......0 16.7 355. HI .....0 350... inventory and value. WV ...0 4...0 1..800 341...000 163. MI ..... 2007........700 2.......001.....0 11. HOGS..190......600 14....0 4...........0 1....... IN ..00 106................0 1.450 73........... WI .. US ..... NY ...... ....505 52...225 279........... VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:43 Mar 01..0 2..0 83 106 5.0 2....000 135................500 1 State level estimates only available in conjunction with the Census of Agriculture every 5 years..........282 5.740 15.................... Livestock Branch...314 672....554 60.........600.....0 155.. Totals may not add due to rounding.0 325... 1. TN .............500 2...450 PR .....00 73........... NH ..... RI .. . NV .0 2.....900 1............177 67. NM ............880 810..940 11.....0 195........0 19.140....440 63..5 20.. Operations 1 Total value Thousands 135... United States...700......350 1.730 224.............. .200 15..598..100 230 660 2........0 9..00 103.......0 170..... 2 Preliminary...... 2 Preliminary.290..0 385....

... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00015 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR07\VII-18....103 10...... .. ..707 60.....178 6...019 57.....791 5...947 5... ........030 114.705 18......564 56............ (202) 720–3570.......875 11.860 10.....................496 54... 19..... ...........760 54.—Hogs and pigs: Number for breeding and market..788 Thousands .....208 6... 2001–2010 Market hogs by weight groups Year All hogs and pigs Kept for breeding Under 50 pounds 50 to 119 pounds 120 to 179 pounds 180 pounds and over Total Thousands 10..........842 58................... Livestock Branch.521 53..... . Table 7-24.. United States..........604 12..809 64............925 Thousands 6...399 61....744 61... ......706 5...140 50..428 18... 17...463 62.....400 66.434 55......299 12. Thousands 5...024 50...183 53..347 54.. .031 6.......080 6..185 11............................ .756 55.............255 11......711 17........ (202) 720–3570.........824 Dec.....864 Thousands .......... .259 54.............980 6.......... 2001–2010 Sows farrowing Pig crop Year Dec.....609 60....714 9.....767 5..481 102..................986 10..... Livestock Branch.....789 12..266 57.......103 5..920 10. .......716 5..029 5.. 17..........722 59....861 6....... VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:43 Mar 01. ...058 6.........858 50....... .569 11...782 16... . ......................769 5.578 Thousands 52..029 Thousands 8..147 June 1 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ......374 58..169 6..... .......820 51... ....477 50.621 57......512 9...087 59...312 6..701 63... .......201 6...542 113...........778 Thousands ... Thousands 51. .........131 5.....975 105....233 Thousands 9... . ..566 10...... ..-May Thousands 49. ... 19.........108 11.................516 68.....................686 1 Preliminary...019 5..801 ....554 19.......807 19....554 60......817 5.......274 12.....847 10......850 5.....978 57.906 10...........678 101..... ......401 10.039 52....636 53.........573 54..........011 56...354 Thousands .. . 1 .....233 6....935 6.. Thousands 58.............062 5.........874 115.968 5....396 16.. NASS..618 5..............AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 VII–15 Table 7-23...776 5..747 51... .........738 11.......525 60.....650 Thousands 6... ........ .. NASS.838 16........311 10..........813 9......327 June-Nov... ..874 5........ ...715 5.633 112..... . .......... ..... ..123 6.... ...777 61...827 11......887 64........944 61..340 52......617 101.......... ... .731 12......................037 59................. 1 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ......002 55.177 67......519 1 Preliminary.. .... .143 11..531 Thousands 53..892 12.... .................... .......533 11. ....... Thousands 59.... .....453 60....458 52.391 59.—Sows farrowing and pig crop: Number............658 12.AG8 USDA .036 5.......947 67..531 10.....902 Dec...... .982 61.755 10....771 5..............362 9. . United States..................608 58....... . Thousands 5....971 9...787 103.291 11........116 6........359 Total Thousands 100.......... ......269 60....642 9.............. ..654 5. 1 ...988 6..432 56. .....252 11........-May 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 June-Nov.........862 Thousands 10......... 1 ......483 11...148 64.........

..500 5......... South ................................100 61....732 110... 115......542 113...................... 14........578 1.924 26.187.....150 4...700 17.....................263 100.. 36...500 6.990 United States ...... NASS.............670 30......................470 245............—Cattle and swine: Production............ Brazil .......... ... 96.. ............519 103.........138 115..548 1.......—Hogs: Number slaughtered...........619 110.875 7..............000 head 1......698 102.328 45...............................200 4.......675 Bekarus ..........000 head Cattle: Argentina ...........800 260................AG8 USDA ..... 1....................... Brazil .170.931 103.798 7........... HOGS..........503 677................100.......507 5.500 14.........358 35............................ Korea.. (202) 720-6301...700 4.............950 61..................... Australia ..........463 103........ Table 7-26.845 31..............952 34.. and distribution statistics from foreign governments. (515) 284–4340...........085 636.467 5.....228 253.......... 298..............000 10..VII–16 STATISTICS OF CATTLE.400 4. Canada .265 28......................... ......817 258........ Colombia .............915 99..573 103.... Mexico ..........278 116............. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00016 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR07\VII-19..............................654 1..... United States.. EU-27 .923 16.842 109................586 27...... ......................880 37.000 17..348 1....000 6..112 1...367 1 Totals are based on unrounded numbers.........613 109................ ...073.620 257.151 12..........361 102........................ Prepared or estimated on the basis of official USDA production....647 6....033 1.............. 1............. 2008–2010 Country 2008 2009 2010 1............850 60.....792 15.....558 113........ VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:43 Mar 01. Canada .030 114...... Russia . Japan .................689 108...........389 23......886 41..... supply... 262....960 13........307 49.......619 9.... Russia ...............................043 103.......048 1.. China ...............................................214...........315 Total Total 1 Thousands 1..................602 11.. ..000 6...................172 116............... EU-27 ...055.. China ..007 29.....................145 49......434 1...................220 Total Foreign ..........................421 112.... India .......... .528 98................400 16..............675 29....576 5.685 Total ..........................085 Swine: FAS...939 35..............260 Thousands 120 115 112 110 109 106 106 106 114 107 Thousands 98.500 7.....050 5................063 1............ Mexico .............890 29................675 30.......................082 100.737 109. 4...........700 14...... AND SHEEP Table 7-25........686 Total Foreign ............754 7.............................349 Total ......... ..............381 289.966 28.......452 113............409 281........... Ukraine .......736 United States ...............233 1................................958 42.378 101....................690 104............ Others .000 head 1....006 945 97. Office of Global Analysis..........................031 1........................079 49...472 8......582 104.................360 5......962 100.952 18..............297 655..........900 9.........153 35............. 2001–2010 Commercial Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Farm Federally inspected Other Thousands Thousands ......103 1........ .......................................... Iowa Field Office..... Others .....................916 15..800 9.......

...910 1....363 4. TX ....392 4....–Nov...750 4...... PA .631 740 538 2.550 846 1..410 1....–May June–Aug.496 1.....704 785 549 2...375 1...795 495 906 258 412 2..804 5.843 475 906 266 433 2.....750 1... MI .764 1....269 4.130 Thousands 726 2.. 1 Preliminary.. SD . IA .565 1......238 826 1...... NE .....824 747 515 2......... IA . IL ... Oth Sts 2 .....655 832 1. IN ..........853 1..818 4..444 1.836 1..... MN ..915 2.375 1..726 794 515 2.....................853 480 886 255 420 2.AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 VII–17 Table 7-27..289 4...........944 2..316 4... OH ...—Sows farrowing and pig crop: Number by State and United States.705 846 1.....691 390 818 444 407 2...... H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR07\VII-20.....064 Thousands 689 2..........552 27.. KS ...180 Thousands 682 2.....053 28........842 1........AG8 USDA .796 456 806 252 382 1. Oth Sts 2 ....827 4.. TX ..871 28. 2010 1 2009 2010 1 2009 2010 1 2009 2010 1 Thousands 645 2. PA . Mar.. OK .238 836 1... MO .881 5. Mar.......777 1...859 5..856 1....060 Thousands 684 2..........–Nov...... 3............–Feb.700 4..665 410 869 466 426 2.......018 2.077 Thousands 656 2........ OK ...302 4...881 1. Livestock Branch.. NASS.777 761 521 2..........................221 Thousands 713 2....800 1..... NC ........ MO .779 1.534 767 529 2.... KS ......929 2.813 1. NC .. IN .959 2. UT ......862 1... State estimates not available for the 34 other States........805 420 820 396 420 2..328 1. VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:43 Mar 01....800 737 514 2...............–Feb..531 1..... NE ........677 785 514 2.011 2...730 28.........260 28... Dec...803 4.597 29....062 827 1......881 Pig crop State CO ....872 3...850 1.. MN .392 4.969 Thousands 648 2.... 2009 2010 1 2009 2010 1 2009 2010 1 2009 2010 1 CO ...624 1.896 818 1.. IL . (202) 720–3570..–May June–Aug...718 28.. 2009–2010 Sows farrowing State Dec........ OH ....758 455 808 281 392 2............. MI .. Thousands 75 250 140 500 81 53 285 190 185 530 88 190 40 83 46 42 233 Thousands 71 260 140 465 82 54 265 195 170 490 89 190 47 79 29 39 207 Thousands 72 250 135 495 81 54 285 185 190 540 88 185 42 86 48 43 239 Thousands 72 270 145 470 84 53 280 190 180 485 89 190 49 86 30 42 214 Thousands 72 245 135 475 80 56 275 185 185 540 86 190 42 82 44 42 225 Thousands 73 265 145 475 84 52 280 190 175 495 91 190 50 88 32 42 217 Thousands 69 255 135 480 84 56 275 190 175 510 87 185 46 80 30 40 218 Thousands 71 260 145 480 79 52 285 180 180 455 90 185 49 88 30 41 211 US 3 ...... 2012 Sept. Sept..893 1...489 US 3 ..826 869 1....... UT . SD . 2009 2 Individual Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00017 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 3 Totals may not add due to rounding.283 4....012 28.

00 41....153 26. .663 12..830 23..443 75........266.455 34...000 dollars 11. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00018 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR07\VII-21.... . .000 head 125 119 114 116 113 107 105 106 114 107 1...668. United States.....—Hogs and corn: Hog-corn price ratio and average price received by farmers for corn........606. ...... .. Annual average is a simple average of monthly ratios for the calendar year..773 41...335 74.. ....00 46.86 1.923 9..073..372....720 35.050 14.. Table 7-30....317 39...8 10..274 14........28 3...468. 2000–2009 Marketings 1 Year 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 ...525 27.. . ....434 31..705.866..382 29....628 40..... .....368... Economics. ....542 32..075....... 3 Excludes custom slaughter for farmers at commercial establishments...89 2... 2 Iowa / Southern Minnesota is a subset of the Western Region..433 42. VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:43 Mar 01......208 14.864 14.695.265 25. Livestock & Grain Market News.40 33..363 127.....96 2.... disposition.022 9.323 39...40 37...294 13....713 31...546 44.013 124..4 15...296 49. (202) 720–3570.78 3. .218 13.215 42.... ...446 42.. 2 Includes hogs and pigs shipped in from other states but excludes animals for immediate slaughter.6 21...174 25...638 14.846 53. Table 7-29.696..413 14....... NASS..—Hogs: Production..... (202) 720–6146.825 11.AG8 USDA . .1 25.391. ..3 20.. .......462 25.738 36. 5 Includes allowance for higher average price of State inshipments and outshipments of feeder pigs...148 31.....VII–18 STATISTICS OF CATTLE.. 23......121 38.939. ...60 1 Includes custom slaughter for use on farms where produced and State outshipments...347 17.332 12. AMS. 1....731 47.840 26... .... United States.674.272 124.....30 50. pork.546 119.336... .000 dollars 11.. 2 Annual average is a simple average of entire month prices for the calendar year..137. .... but excludes interfarm sales within the State....468 17.592 129...105...6 13...359.104 19.609 41.. .000 pounds 25.143 24. 2001.430.. 7 Cash receipts from sale of hogs.105 77.519 25.109 16..274.20 46.997 25.627......757..483 43.........182...714.330 Gross income 7 1.........616.13 2.109 10.....000 dollars 10...284 Value of home consumption Cash receipts 6 1.757 48..007 79.416.75 1 Number of bushels of corn equal in value to buy 100 pounds of live hogs at local markets. and lard plus value of hogs slaughtered for home consumption.... AND SHEEP Table 7-28.. cash receipts.259 Inship ments 2 Farm slaughter 3 Production (live weight) 4 1...783...27 2.344 32....602.004.384 137..729 15..970..2 1. .60 47.788 14..383 Value of production 5 1...934 38.....943 12. 2000-2009 Year Hog-corn price ratio 1 Price of corn per bushel 2 Dollars 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 .. NASS Livestock Branch.065 22.. Environmental...560 9..420 31...978 13..... based on average prices received by farmers for hogs and corn....514 26..397 8.... and Demographics Branch. 43...818 40..896 1 2001 data started May 2...000 dollars 34..089 49.332 45.47 1...396 36..929 51. . 2001–2010 All receipts (live and carcass basis) Year National 1 Iowa / Sourthern Minnesota 2 Western Region Eastern Region Thousands Thousands Thousands Thousands 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ...30 44.405 25.643..750..107 144..634 10..740 24......827 20...331 48. ... .890 81.. .029 12.0 11..688 49....308 30.250 26.490 1...690... (202) 720–7316.128 1.782..519 150...027 132.9 16. HOGS....20 49...905 76.000 head 24.527 78...487 27.......591. ..... ... 6 Receipts from marketings and sale of farm slaughter includes allowance for higher average price of State outshipments of feeder pigs.792..977..255 25..000 head 118.886 76...... and gross income..590... 4 Adjustments made for changes in inventory and for inshipments.39 4.740 14.394.475 80..745 29....458 Average price per 100 pounds received by farmers Dollars 42...490 14..027 14....—Hogs: Direct receipts at interior markets...3 23.909 33.993 28.

283 36.3 0..862...185 365....109 14..694....0 0.011 36 907 1. 2009 State Marketings 1 Inship ments 2 Farm slaughter 3 Production (live weight) 4 Value of production 5 Cash receipts 6 Value of home consumption Gross income 7 AL .757 2.0 108... NM .322 36.151 51......067 631 229. NE .. MA ..0 .9 2..0 11...000 dollars 219 113 267 409 905 220 45 37 60 432 198 228 940 807 3.0 1..912 501 48....366 907.035 179....719 1.... MD ..0 2.0 253..... ID ... ME .984 1.905 4.......317..809 69.950. TN .....4 872...0 0......525 519 1...0 797..493 321 1........030.0 ......879 98...273 95.......0 11..360 85.......787.0 2..........2 0.696 4..0 0.... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00019 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR07\VII-22..802 9...6 10.484 414..........429.018 1.235 1.0 12..425.....0 865..0 1.0 38.561 3.....0 11.....000 head 441.093 1......580 176 22. NC ...871.2 27.4 292...929 130..912 427 49..458 292 2.. IN ...1 0. OR ...... RI .0 5.. ND ...440 368 38..274 45.000 dollars 48..301 33.0 40..066 528 832 186 9......6 30.217 172..845 414..886 265..838.8 19...534 3...0 1... VT ....694 174.....678 337 2.035 294.0 2.0 0.......0 73.0 5. by State and United States.6 1................. 311......708 1.250 1..721 470.. NH .507 54...106 3.129 2.9 10.. MO ...363 154.....841 9..0 788.......0 7..570 727..191 460 3. IA ...896 3.676 136... MS . SD .AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 VII–19 Table 7-31.....255........814 780 25..790 1.382 452 49....0 172...690 18....0 3..... AK .256 190 25. WY ...0 6.......575 75..908 671..0 50...354..678....8 0..305 418. disposition..864.......5 9.0 15...363 4...849 60.359..0 522.0 0........997 25.0 1. 150. pork. IL . KS .0 2.901 1.257 45 42 91 124 422 1...107.666 507.545 36..673...893 651.0 0. 5 Includes allowance for higher average price of State inshipments and outshipments of feeder 7 Cash receipts from sales of hogs..572 839..0 7. NJ ...305 914.0 2.....0 2.762.035..... CA .0 1.. KY .629 885 94......739 153...2 2.328 39..9 58.0 1.0 55.0 1....285 110.. WI .....2 205.794 626.245 154 24.—Hogs: Production..1 38.......263 69...790 4.706 334....0 2........0 1..0 723.588 228 78 924 353 388 532 449 1... DE ....323 1....3 4...866 4.......0 4. NY . LA . and lard plus pigs..0 1.. 6 Receipts from marketings and sale of farm-slaughter..343 114...308 12..700.608.. VA ...741 1....705. GA ...378 74.121 14.0 1.. WA .0 2..8 6. but excludes interfarm sales within the State..0 743.793 3....601 1...1 4.5 2.521 109....0 105.354 302.902 11...925 1.... and gross income..5 4...740 2.070.650 1...347 4..901 1...2 52...... 1.0 2..080 3.771 136.001 388 426 267 8..4 93.....5 1.205..447 54.0 402....462 1...3 583...505 1..0 4.... (202) 720–3570..239 161.... UT ............347 31.....438 1.0 2...3 9..0 7.787 1.1 1...2 3...578 324..593 92.948..5 2...705 2..864....0 1.9 292..2 2.. Livestock Branch.0 2..0 9..3 3..738. cash receipts.0 7.. MN .7 1....804 765.0 8.091 936 7..979 128.7 51...579...........8 3......5 1.183 766...0 1.660 364..891 209 279 1.0 0..733 391.....4 113.231 1.. MT . FL ......000 pounds 95....1 160. CO .7 31..512 840.0 1.....111 570 923 310 10.0 12.0 421.3 2.1 9...... 18...901 70..0 1...873 50.975..257. WV .... NASS..338 78...0 782...227 1.....502 650.814 4..7 2.4 11.....0 2.......1 0...... 4 Adjustments made for changes in inventory and for inshipments.982 1.. OH ....000 dollars 42...000 head 1..590..3 0..3 0..2 1..........0 2.0 0.588 24....884 952.0 3. HI ........990 976 857 6....489 129.619 50.194 10.0 0.738 326....908 999..138 39...453 2.284 3...0 11.....775 507...0 6..319 25..461.435 66.996 10....628.... 3 Excludes custom slaughter for farmers at commercial establishments.656 951.0 23.....034..659 481 38.....190 440 1.789.....0 1..831 53..0 6.140 505 50....117 90.....0 0.554..135 15..170 4..496 173..092 379 777 391 1. OK ....824.....416 674..997 43.000 dollars 48...0 1......678.....687.......627 85.8 19.1 92.079 666 223....212 10... VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:43 Mar 01....0 796......0 166.... SC .6 4.0 40. PA .0 15..1 58.859 73........186 547 38.241 7.3 475......0 17.211 789 229..200 39........468 1 Includes custom slaughter for use on farms where produced and State outshipments.....0 420.0 1... MI .....0 760.. TX .0 1.024 698 7.212 1......861 831 4..AG8 USDA ...377 1.0 1..0 6.346 122...951 155.263 190.... CT .190 US .0 1.813 606..143 3.300..... AR .0 5...3 42....274..311....566 604 76.... NV .. 2 Includes hogs and pigs shipped in from other states but excludes animals for immediate slaughter.085 1.674.197 4...188 44...5 5...613 335. AZ ..000 head 150........ value of hogs slaughtered for home consumption.862.420 67 238 144 158 396 2...359....

...4 516...........817.3 10.... ME...4 2.288... MO ......027 10..........202 8......691. NV ..... ND .......................5 8...... RI........ 76.........0 (D) 6....000 2........................... IN .... HI ..471 (D) (D) 2..... Average live weight is based on unrounded numbers.... TX .VII–20 STATISTICS OF CATTLE...837..6 27.....4 2....5 7.. 4 States with no data printed are still included in US total.640 272 1 Includes slaughter in federally inspected and other slaughter plants..................... AZ . GA .500 10.212 18.......9 2.. MN .....004.8 30.. SD ..... KS .....599.....327 2...910.......673 2........... HOGS.....357.....6 16..—Hogs: Number slaughtered commercially......6 1. MT ....4 (D) 4..... (D) Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations NASS.3 1............ KY .....868 607. 2 Excludes postmortem condemnations.. NY .......008 3.... WA .6 5....8 13....... AR ........3 76...............2 4. SC ..........250 104....0 110...158 7. OK ....... ID ......351 4..2 103...813 1....7 11............... PA .554 318............... VA ..... IL ....265......549....144.. OH .. AK ..... and VT. CA .1 1..... MA. NJ ............ by State and United States..................... LA .582..182 41..865 27.......4 437............... WV ....... (515) 284–4340..........334 2.....329 283.............. NE ................. Totals may not add due to rounding.......753 755...1 7... N ENG 3 ...0 117...1 9.. UT ...8 72............... Iowa Field Office..2 109................3 166.............5 47... VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:43 Mar 01. MI ...........0 33. IA ..............706......................972 (D) 1...259.......... NM ..... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00020 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR07\VII-23. total and average live weight..............204 629....534.......456.. 110..AG8 USDA ................123 412 5....185.2 (D) 23.................069.... WI .......... FL .. WY ........ OR ......5 (D) (D) 11......404 30. NH..... TN ..2 18......582 (D) 5........690 41...... Data are not printed to avoid disclosing individual operations........715 2...055......772 32......409 241 369 70........ AND SHEEP Table 7-32...................000 pounds Pounds AL ...045 437 229 242 459 240 255 246 133 248 242 252 278 265 273 (D) (D) 185 377 268 300 281 246 272 (D) 217 98 250 181 262 259 269 274 251 260 (D) 264 456 238 153 267 (D) 247 447 260 US 4 ............8 111...........1 698...903 2.496..080.....3 9.. 3 CT............004 3...492............195...... NC ... excludes animals slaughtered on farms...... MS .................................631 3.......327 (D) 1. 2010 1 State Number slaughtered Total live weight 2 Average live weight 2 Thousands 1.. CO .....3 29..5 154.063.....5 1..290 1....... DE and MD ...............590 228.

.100 3..123 100....000 3..000 318 271 241 259 280 348 477 458 419 366 Avg.....8 14 779 5 798 695 94 789 460 175 60 9 1..689 202 269 108. ....—Lard: Supply and disappearance... 2 Excludes postmortem condemnations...999 .. 2004 ...000 5. 2007 .009 3.000 Pounds Pounds 96...6 96..8 16 724 3 744 627 103 730 325 232 69 14 1.215 3.6 14 874 7 894 801 81 882 317 182 302 12 1.461 108.519 201 269 103....0 1 An operation is any place having one or more head of hogs and pigs on hand on December 31.. United States... . 2000–2009 Supply Calendar year 2000 . ERS.227 3.200 2. 2008 . 3 Preliminary.400 6.1 3.. Livestock Branch. Percent dressed of total weight 2 1. live dressed Avg.0 Pounds 193 193 195 196 197 198 198 198 200 201 Head Avg...612 203 271 109.698 199 267 102.9 2. Market and Trade Economics Division.4 0.6 96.7 Pounds 316 317 315 313 310 309 308 308 306 305 Head 1.7 14 821 9 844 757 73 830 487 177 93 14 1..0 3..915 197 265 99..8 2... 71. . 5...309 3..0 0.. 2003 . NASS. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00021 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 tallow direct use beginning in H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR07\VII-24.0 62.100 0. 1.5 96. 2001 . VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:43 Mar 01.951 105...6 96. average dressed and live weights....800 3.0 2..950 49. .650 5.1 3. Field Crops Branch.. resin.AG8 USDA . (515) 284–4340. 2 Includes edible 1979....6 96.315 204 273 1 All weights calculated using unrounded totals. Table 7-35..271 3. 2005 .. 2.0 Total .4 0. 2006 ..450 69.. 2 weight 2 weight 1.6 9 788 7 805 719 72 790 499 176 44 14 1.243 2.528 197 265 98.2 3. (202) 720–3570....983 96.3 13 772 5 791 488 289 777 220 201 66 14 0.2 3.242 98..361 199 267 102..5 1 Domestic disappearance data are computed by ERS..1 14 744 8 766 671 84 755 370 236 65 11 1... 50.200 3.350 3.3 Pounds 226 235 241 220 213 227 213 208 199 200 Head Avg... 2009 3 Disappearance Begin.3 0.3 0. . and lubricants.9 2.113 104...7 97.3 3..000 93. Percent dressed of total weight 2 1. 4 Including paint.250 2..116 3..352 111. 2002 .0 12 860 17 889 788 83 871 448 174 167 18 1.—Hogs: Number slaughtered. .2 3.000-4. Percents reflect average distributions based primarily on end of year surveys. United States. varnish... Percent dressed of total weight 2 0....966 3....201 95..138 202 269 115.AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 VII–21 Table 7-33..Produc3 ning tion 2 Imports stocks 1 Total Domestic Exports 3 Total Per capita domestic Direct Indirect Nonfood Ending disfood use food use use 4 stocks appearance Million Million Million Million Million Million Million Million Million Million Million Million lbs lbs lbs lbs lbs lbs lbs lbs lbs lbs lbs lbs 27 718 2 748 558 174 731 221 242 95 16 0...4 0. 500-999 .185 3...1 8..5 96.5 96.7 96. Federally inspected.5 24.. 100-499 .100 100.. . 2009–2010 1 Operations Percent of inventory Head 2009 2010 Number 2009 Number 2010 Percent Percent 1-99 .—Hogs and pigs: Number of operations and percent of inventory by size group.3 0....3 7. plastic.3 0..550 5.. .999 .000-1.... Table 7-34..831 99..0 25.502 3.000+ ....... Iowa Field Office.459 96. Avg.3 0.0 100..1 3....2 0..0 61.. .. 2001–2010 1 Federally inspected Barrows and gilts Sows Boars Total Year Head 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ..... NASS... Totals and percentages based on unrounded data and may not equal sum of classes due to rounding.1 3. (202) 694–5300...421 201 268 112..3 11 753 7 770 640 117 757 369 207 64 13 1.

00 119.........................00 170.......... 2007 ...... Marshal Islands .......135 6..—Sheep and lambs: Operations.....135 6............540 3...........085 272 130 120 107 85 80 40 39 38 36 20 18 12 9 6 6 6 5 5 4 3 3 Other Partners ........................... NASS.. FAS....... Kitts and Nevis(!) . 2009 .. 2010 ....405 3.............. Canada ........ Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR07\VII-25.....209 872.......200 6............. Leeward-Windward Islands(*) .......185 4.....00 138....950 5............. 2004 .. and value................................................115 938............ United States...........443 798..00 133...255 Rams Thousands 201 194 190 192 200 199 195 196 195 190 2 Preliminary.00 134........530 1 Categories Thousands 4........... (!) Denotes a country which is summarized into its obsolete country.............321 6.............................................130 82........ Total Dollars 1.......553 4................................. Micronesia .........623 6... Other Pacific Islands......... Inventory operations estimates for 2011 not yet available..........460 69.............620 5.......727 569 20 158 0 0 131 7 14 8 51 0 0 77 0 0 0 0 21 0 0 92 132 Metric tons 36....................638 720..................623 6. Data Source: Department of Commerce..115 may not add to total due to rounding............................... Barbados .....................VII–22 STATISTICS OF CATTLE...464 4............................. Table 7-37...............000 ....... Quantity line items will only include statistics on the units of measure that are equal to....... Census Bureau.................. Aruba(!) ........00 135................................. (*) Denotes a country that is a summarization of its component countries.065 6.. (202) 720–3570.............. 2008–2010 Country 2008 2009 Metric tons Mexico ....... China . Jamaica .. Argentina ........ Table 7-38.... Bermuda ....491 823.....—Sheep and lambs: Number by class......... 2011 2 ....... Malta ......... The .. 2004 . 1..... 1................. Livestock Branch.............. 2006 .......... (202) 720-6301.............. NASS....000 dollars 614........520 4.................. United States.... United Arab Emirates .....400 1 2010 data does not reflect 13 month changes....670 4.......720 67................ St.......616 4.........747 5. 2002–2011 Breeding sheep All sheep and lambs Year 2002 ....... 36..393 4. Jan...747 5......................................424 765. 2008 ............545 3. Users should use cautious interpretation on quantity reports using mixed units of measure..... Trinidad and Tobago ...335 3..................040 715 363 43 140 31 0 115 20 24 60 38 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 0 253 256 27.............................150 67.871 4.00 130.......570 3............. 2011 1 ....................530 68..............00 1 Preliminary............ NEC(*) ............... 2005 ............. 2010 . Netherlands Antilles(*) ...........620 5.......321 6.... 2006 ......247 4........... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00022 Replacement lambs Total 1 Thousands 732 703 705 783 786 735 697 647 655 670 1 year and over Ewes Thousands 3...............................—Lard: United States exports by country of destination................773 3..................... 2010 1 Metric tons 31............065 6.......... Thousands 6.............. 1.......................00 104..............................................200 6....500 82......S........ HOGS.......950 5......................... Foreign Trade Statistics...........432 4.....630 3.630 68................................... AND SHEEP Table 7-36...... 2008 . Bahamas..........620 3.. 2003 ...................... 2002–2011 Value Year Operations Inventory Per head Number 2002 . El Salvador ... Taiwan ............ inventory............ 2005 ...........180 83........495 142 8 World Total .......... Livestock Branch. Office of Global Analysis.......... Cuba .. 2007 .................466 656.. the assigned unit of measure of the grouped commodities..........408 92.... U.........796 37........... Thousands 6.............................. Jan..194 761....120 5..... (202) 720–3570. VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:43 Mar 01..........................................939 3................00 141.... or are able to be converted to........... 2003 .........861 32................... Antigua and Barbuda(!) .. 2009 ....000 81..................351 818...............................585 2................. Malaysia ............. Tonga(!) ............................AG8 USDA ....................................120 5..

0 15.5 7.0 12.0 263. State and United States.......0 8........5 12...000 metric tons 61.... Mexico . RI.....0 41..0 5. U..... ID . Oth Sts 3 ...0 32..............000 metric tons 61.. and VT.....0 25...........0 2.0 9........0 75.0 11...5 75....000 head 1.000 head 1....0 116.......... CA .0 35..0 16...0 3.......0 15...—Lamb mutton.799 649 181 72 1...0 81..... UT ..0 6........... 2012 2N Jkt 000000 Rams 2010 AZ ...0 44....0 25..0 38.5 16...799 19... IL ...0 9.0 3..727 23.0 32. MO .... Canada ..0 3......0 525..255...0 4... OK ....0 4........0 7... 2010 1. NC .0 8.....0 118.. KS ..0 59..0 4..0 1........0 22... Census Bureau.... (202) 720-6301....0 4...0 19..0 20....0 153..0 22...... MI ..0 10...0 6.... 14.......0 57. TN .0 125..........0 49. 1. Table 7-40.422 24...... 1 Preliminary.... FAS..0 46.... OH ........0 32........0 77...0 240.....0 3.0 36...... NV ......0 50...0 3..0 1.... TX .........0 6....................0 38....... (202) 720–3570.......0 47....0 20... PA ..0 81..0 3...........0 5....0 24.................0 21...0 670.......AG8 USDA ....0 36........0 283.... shown.0 63.0 55.....0 3. WA .....0 4..0 150..... MT .... ND .....000 metric tons 56..0 220.0 5.422 61..0 3.0 43.. Livestock Branch..........0 4.593 56..0 55....0 14........ Iceland ..... OR ..0 13...........5 3...0 2.0 ENG includes CT.0 46.... ME..... KY ...0 16... 2010–2011 Under one year old State Ewes 2011 1 2010 2011 1 2010 2011 1 1...0 18.....AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 VII–23 Table 7-39... MN ...0 2..0 3....0 11............0 12..0 7.0 16...............0 7..0 26.0 2...............S...5 185.. NE .........0 41.0 6.....0 14. IN .0 5.....0 7..5 7....0 10...... VA ..0 4. New Zealand(*) ...........0 38..... NH.... MA...0 9.0 8.0 5.0 170....0 211.000 head 1..0 9....0 8....0 8..0 7..0 59..5 7.0 150.........0 106.. goat..0 9..0 210..0 3..0 142...0 7.133 19..........................0 12.0 4.......0 34..........0 5.0 45.....0 79..S..0 45.......0 5. One year and over Replacement lambs PO 00000 Frm 00023 Fmt 1000 3 Individual Sfmt 1000 state estimates not available for states not H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR07\VII-27... Australia(*) ...... the assigned unit of measure of the grouped commodities..0 8..0 11. CO ..... New Zealand(!) .......0 190. WV .......0 36.0 9.......0 4...0 30...593 23.....................0 2..0 105.0 43.......... VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:43 Mar 01....0 77......0 4...0 62....0 3..0 6........0 12..........0 30..0 23.0 7....0 3......0 3..0 36..........0 45... Quantity line items will only include statistics on the units of measure that are equal to.... etc.0 47...0 2.........0 10.. Jan..0 2.0 12..............0 33...0 1..0 16...0 13......000 head 1.335.0 2..... SD ..0 8.0 84. NY .. Foreign Trade Statistics.0 7....0 5...0 1.0 5.0 79..0 12.......0 57....5 35.... NM ........0 215.000 head 1....0 510..133 61...... N ENG 2 .... NASS...... imports.0 195........0 176..0 8.0 4....740 850 88 69 Australia(!) . WY ..0 655.... (!) Denotes a country which is summarized into its obsolete country.0 42.0 40.......0 3..0 19....0 55.......0 23....... or are able to be converted to.....0 76. Users should use cautious interpretation on quantity reports using mixed units of measure. but are included in Other States..0 2..740 24.0 46....0 2....—Breeding sheep: Number by class..0 121.5 3....... Office of Global Analysis.....0 5.. 2008–2010 Country 2008 2009 1.....0 3.0 11.0 3.5 3.0 11.......5 11............ WI ......0 14..000 head US ...727 691 133 118 (*) Denotes a country that is a summarization of its component countries..0 51. IA .. meat: U..... Data Source: Department of Commerce...0 6.0 28....0 23..0 2.

....................... Livestock Branch..........0 14.50 30........16 18.........0 29.. WA ....0 56..74 98..39 26.................51 41..0 18.... NM ....0 43..........0 75............0 15...........27 59....0 44.....................96 97....62 90.... ..... IL ........0 25..5 105........ ID ...0 185.. TN ..33 41....31 37........0 90...0 230........000 head 1...0 8... ND .......... 2001–2010 1 Sheep Slaughter lambs choice & prime Wooled Year Good Utility Cull 90-110 lbs 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 .......VII–24 STATISTICS OF CATTLE.415.......0 59... Oth Sts 3 . WI .......99 85.....20 41..0 8.0 6.......51 31. ....0 255...... NV .09 92..........21 42...................0 17................0 15..... 4...........0 60.....24 78.......0 97....... MT .........0 690.....................................0 5.......0 9.....—Sheep and lambs: Number of breeding and market sheep..................0 5.. UT ................................. MA...0 16........ 2010–2011 Breeding sheep and lambs Market sheep and lambs State 2010 2011 1 2010 2011 1 1...... IA ..0 25.... OK ........0 19.0 58...........0 215.....5 650.12 90-110 lbs 110-130 1bs 71.......0 41.0 59....0 67............0 8........... ............. HOGS.... VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:43 Mar 01...... NASS. WY ........0 8... ..46 92.0 54....0 154........ ..... NH.......51 45..............0 14......06 90.0 5........................0 9.....................0 US ..... KY ..0 185..26 44........0 30.....0 60...0 112.0 275.....0 50.....50 78.....0 73..0 55..0 12........16 85.0 47.0 71..........0 300..... NY ....0 130..0 6.90 96...0 25....0 103.....0 35..0 16.......69 78...0 103........0 6..0 290..0 22....0 75..0 100..0 260....... IN .............0 1..78 72.0 270..0 13... ME................54 56.............0 80.18 85.... OH ..0 20...........02 90.53 59........ AND SHEEP Table 7-41...25 97.............59 42.....0 30..36 86........................ Jan...000 head 1.01 21... NE ...0 14.....0 48.. MN ...0 6..11 39........115.. ...—Sheep and lambs: Average price per 100 pounds at San Angelo.......... shown....66 90.....0 6..07 93...............0 180..0 61.....0 10.................... WV ................ MI ...0 175.0 340....0 145............ ..........0 185..........0 11.......66 69....0 64...... ..0 12........ KS ...0 46............0 17.0 84..435................... MO .....0 16.....0 71..... and VT...0 30....12 Shorn 110-130 1bs 72. NC ...0 1.........04 41...........0 76............ CA ....06 36.....0 33..65 47...01 73...14 96.04 97.....0 50...41 25.AG8 USDA ........0 29....0 40.......... TX .....0 95.........70 72.62 40..........55 115....16 41..... (202) 720–7316... 44... ENG includes CT....000 head AZ ......0 190.. CO ........0 4...68 1 Simple average of monthly bulk-of-sales prices from data of the livestock reporting service...0 61.13 86..... PA .0 67....65 98.32 34........................0 75.185.0 23.. Table 7-42.0 92.. 2012 2N Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00024 Fmt 1000 3 Individual Sfmt 1000 65......... Livestock & Grain Market News...........33 46..0 26.. AMS...... 95.....14 38..... OR .0 46.26 80.. but are included in Other States.........05 71.............91 40.....0 17...0 6..0 15.0 38....0 5.....67 54......17 85....31 97....0 320.......................0 9.0 15..96 91.......24 115...........0 65.49 114......0 27...........49 24..0 1 Preliminary......... SD .0 14...41 85.....0 50......0 58.................... .0 250........0 180... 1........... RI.....0 215....0 195.. N ENG 2 ...0 43..0 57.....0 71...........0 state estimates not available for states not H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR07\VII-28..18 70..000 head 1...0 110........... by State and United States....0 148.0 71...0 25...... (202) 720–3570..... VA ......0 29...0 70...32 115.......0 28..0 15.............................36 85.

....0 28....... MN . VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:43 Mar 01...........0 98 2010 2 1 Lamb crop is defined as lambs born in the Eastern States and lambs docked or branded in the Western States......... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00025 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR07\VII-29......0 50.0 79.. NY ....0 46............... NV .....0 81................................ number and percent of previous year... OR .........0 180..............0 60.......0 41.............. Livestock Branch.............................0 56...... KY ......335..............0 54........—Lamb crop: Per 100 ewes 1+.....0 42.....0 49..0 81...0 46.0 20............................ ID ............0 64.0 1.... 4 Individual state estimates not available for states not shown.0 35..0 44...0 63...0 116...0 130.0 156..0 510....0 36......... 2 Preliminary. 3N ENG includes CT...........0 15.......0 47...0 49....0 58.......0 210.......0 75.0 154..0 220..0 70......0 260.0 150.........0 55..0 84.....0 50..........0 385................0 77.405...........000 head 48..0 260...........5 185..600.0 47.. TX .............. ME.......0 160.0 205...0 36.......0 27....... WV ....0 230... MT .......0 46...........0 76.... MI ..... but are included in Other States... PA ........... Oth Sts 4 ....0 25.. 1 2009 2010 2009 AZ ..0 77..............0 120...0 48.........0 40.....000 head 75..0 240.....0 65...........0 1.. MO ..0 64..................0 25.......0 180....... and VT............. Jan.. IA .0 270........... TN ......0 73.................0 42............0 235....0 104...... 1.. by State and United States........0 3.......0 54................0 66..........0 65.0 55.....0 Percent 96 108 94 105 102 100 94 83 89 92 96 104 96 99 95 109 85 109 121 86 99 107 99 108 88 123 96 98 102 100 119 103 90 103 108 3..0 31..........0 44...0 67..0 205.... WA ......................0 230............0 83..0 47....0 48..........0 45.....0 30...... IL .......... NH.. Jan.0 255..............0 370.........0 3.......0 87........0 68. WY ....0 14.0 60......0 170..........0 263.......AG8 USDA .0 75........0 57.0 150.. N ENG 3 .0 63......0 170. (202) 720–3570.... 2009–2010 Breeding ewes 1 year & older....... NASS.......0 70......0 225..AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 VII–25 Table 7-43...0 83..................0 33.. NM .. NE ..0 31................................. MA..0 22.....0 51................0 215...0 121......0 35.. OK ...............0 19.... ND ................5 Number 67 86 108 132 143 129 142 128 112 138 157 117 131 148 100 106 80 113 82 147 136 98 129 102 127 110 74 105 131 154 113 139 98 84 US ............. VA ......... WI ....................................0 290.......0 520... CO ......................0 17.......... IN ..0 23.... 1 State Lambs per 100 ewes 1+...........0 108 Lamb crop 1 2010 as % of 2009 2009 2010 2 Number 64 103 113 137 124 122 138 122 109 130 164 128 122 143 86 120 67 117 113 119 128 112 127 111 110 142 73 105 116 142 155 135 96 94 1......000 head 50........ NC ...0 68. KS .......0 105.........0 167.............0 44..0 230........0 34.. CA .........0 38.........0 55.........0 195...........0 225..0 54..0 26.............. UT . SD .0 125......0 44.....0 121.......000 head 75.0 71.............0 45... OH ...0 23.......................690.............. RI...0 250.....0 17.........0 43................ 3......0 148....0 59..0 41..0 20............................

.......... .429 1.175 429..50 49...80 94...........50 98. .070 1..70 Dollars 66.. Table 7-45..90 73.... (202) 720–7316.... Livestock & Grain Market News........122 18. (202) 720–3570....166 8......712 488...00 95..619 580.838 4..90 38.—Sheep and lambs: Receipts at selected markets...286 417..201 412.465 1..690 3.030 442.560 11.. 2003 . Receipts from marketings and sale of farm-slaughtered meat.. disposition...000 head 65 66 72 74 75 80 85 92 95 97 1. 2009 ...749 1.......60 27...899 1. VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:43 Mar 01. Adjustments made for changes in inventory and for inshipments...149 466. 2008 .823 1.794 4..50 99...000 head 1.714 474...093 4.10 35.......927 3. 2003 ......00 110..359 563. 2002 ..00 27......000 dollars 8.. 2002 .040 4....... Thousands 48 48 45 40 41 48 40 42 28 41 San Angelo TX New Holland PA Thousands Thousands 86 70 67 66 56 58 58 50 54 48 337 397 211 206 199 217 186 192 144 143 58 68 72 68 71 98 108 107 102 92 AMS..AG8 USDA .....202 Farm slaughter Production (live weight) 3 1...80 45.00 1 Lamb crop defined as lambs born in the native States and lambs docked or branded in the Western States...... 2001–2010 Year Sioux Falls SD Billings MT Thousands 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ..60 125.....019 421......000 head 4.081 447.........454 464..125 508.. 2008 .379 1.... NASS..........950 3............ .. Livestock Branch.......621 466..... 2004 ......60 99.........749 451.398 1.........376 515... and mutton and lamb plus value of sheep and lambs slaughtered for home consumption.705 13... cash receipts.............. 2001–2010 Marketings 2 Year Lamb crop 1 Inshipments Sheep 1.......483 485.946 389.....089 Year Value of production Cash receipts 5 Value of home consumption Gross income 6 2001 ... ..... 2005 .000 dollars 411.463 13.000 pounds 501......... but excludes interfarm sales within the 3 4 5 State.273 460.600 2001 ..232 1.....652 3.. .....691 451........496 1..035 4.580 440..............90 34....289 Average price per 100 pounds received by farmers Sheep Lambs Dollars 34... 2009 ...341 437... 6 Cash receipts from sales of sheep. 2007 ......40 101.......... ........ 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00026 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR07\VII-30.484 1............ United States.... .....186 313.000 head 4......304 4..616 11.000 head 740 855 871 690 677 743 780 737 625 645 1.....586 1........... 2006 ..467 527...... 2004 .................. 2005 . 2006 ..355 4...... .. 2010 4 . AND SHEEP Table 7-44—Sheep and lambs: Production..532 3.998 13.799 362......015 3...035 3.091 12.. Lambs 1.... lambs..710 3...205 472...........091 4......892 15. Preliminary....20 32..........000 dollars 303..895 3.287 365....941 351.237 544.....VII–26 STATISTICS OF CATTLE..467 367. ..... 1.317 478...520 4...973 462........933 490. 2010 4 .685 519...589 1... HOGS...156 567...........20 31......... 2007 ... and gross income. 2 Includes custom slaughter for use on farms where produced and State outshipments................615 405..........000 dollars 403..

.146 6.400 5....4 4.....4 55.. IL ...000 dollars 3.....480 21.114 2.0 38.5 1.010 1....0 26..... KS .343 32.0 5..110 7..0 4.9 6.246 67.667 8.424 13..0 479..393 2...000 head 13.0 7...0 1.8 1.0 21...386 7.......740 2.202 custom slaughter for use on farms where produced and State outshipments..263 6.. WV ..0 5......5 147.9 405.3 2.0 3..259 8.9 183.6 199...5 2...5 0.486 3... NH...628 3..757 18.166 7.5 28.5 16.0 14.492 1....823 563..736 5.0 2.. ME.0 34.485 4. NV .... 1..0 19.423 1.289 442..4 1..5 0.4 1..324 3..8 3.0 1..791 3.AG8 USDA . CA .379 18.284 28.. MI .791 60.300 21..215 9..... disposition.2 2. 7 N ENG includes CT.....AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 2011 VII–27 Table 7-46.308 8.....278 24..428....6 35...000 pounds 4.. and gross income.222 5..5 112...0 44..0 1..122 342 516 421 785 585 682 79 335 659 180 333 155 252 526 1..3 8.. IN .0 3.5 1...192 3.672 8.....812 4. NE .858 33..0 225.754 66..0 8...5 9....0 576.202 19.0 48..0 4...578 11.501 4. MT .5 12.181 31....5 2..0 10.0 17. CO .362 5.339 8.980 17.0 442.....329 2..0 6.501 32.0 34.0 8...415 23.6 17.000 head 49.570 2....0 6...2 30...1 1.6 53.0 10.... OK ..9 1 Preliminary..180 33.0 162...583 4..6 3.714 4.5 12.361 19..0 10. lambs...0 2... NC ..... PA ...0 46.... OH .005 5...4 69....458 24..941 15.5 23..132 6.239 34..182 111..500 2.0 34.022 527 2.640 4.039 413 31 156 660 469 803 323 471 158 318 1. but are included in Other States.418 1...079 10.642 8.069 28.092 19..698 4...142 3. 8 Individual state estimates not available for states not shown.674 6..5 46..478 21..422 19...964 1...5 3... WA ..889 2.460 3. IA ......672 4..5 14.5 1.....0 3.0 9..5 63... TN ..3 6.449 7...0 45.—Sheep and lambs: Production.343 5....256 4......848 7... NASS...3 4.5 63..3 47..752 3..5 18..0 2..0 2. ID .911 11...981 5.. 5 Receipts from marketings and sale of farm-slaughter..261 6..5 38... WY ...458 1..704 55.5 5.... and mutton and lamb plus value of sheep and lambs slaughtered for home consumption...8 13.067 16..761 24.285 2..7 22.1 1......268 12.0 2..0 13..6 1..... and VT.549 7.0 22.......0 2... SD .0 15.2 0.199 2...0 22. TX .. MO .0 146..4 10.309 3. 644..0 34. WI .. OR ... VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:43 Mar 01.044 1.5 27....253 4. ND .6 169.816 2. Oth Sts 8 .740 4.0 76..000 head Farm slaughter 3 Production (live weight) 4 Value of production Cash receipts 5 Value of home consumption Gross income 6 29.281 6...2 13...0 9.9 48.3 20...088....727 7... UT .0 US .... VA ..872 23..0 13..000 dollars 5...430 5. 2010 1 Marketings 2 State Inshipments Sheep Lambs AZ .0 3.8 0.000 dollars 1.. MN . KY .0 9..633 4.000 dollars 7. Livestock Branch.....0 44.622 24.768 4.8 21..035 32.755 5. 3 Excludes custom slaughter for farmers at commercial establishments.1 11.860 6.053 5..443 23.....421 13...232 30 353 475 879 1....712 6.098 2. N ENG 7 .... 4 Adjustments made for changes in inventory and for inshipments..824 45.....215 45..6 4...... by State and United States... NY ..5 0.764 4.0 9.0 1...6 96. NM ...681 3... but excludes interfarm sales within the State.5 3. (202) 720–3570.899 544.0 1..016 11.2 38.418 22.0 183....5 2. MA....181 34.027 6.347 3.027 6.161 4..592 35.. cash receipts.337 1..604 9..0 9.612 21. RI....858 2..483 36........392 26.. 2 Includes 1.671 20.0 38.....297 2.967 2...0 44..060 111..0 0.0 2.073 22..913 3.8 159.274 1.000 head 16.4 88.430 5.1 1..0 3..5 0.526 7.0 3.....0 6. 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00027 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR07\VII-31..0 4. 6 Cash receipts from sales of sheep...

.................. WY .906 2......2 3... ........................................ 4 States with no data printed are still included in US total...... NM .8 0..........8 1...............8 30...........290 3.....629 40..........5 13..................9 15.701 1.. OR .... by State and United States.... MA..................8 13.........763 2............. ... AK .... TX ........ GA ........9 116.9 41.766 2......... ....... .................065 3.......1 10.....................715 (D) 365 1....7 0.033 8............................... 2010 1 State Number slaughtered Thousands Total live weight 2 Average live weight 2 1............. VerDate Aug 31 2005 13:43 Mar 01............ Farm Federally inspected Other Thousands 3... NASS................. WI ......................0 1.. NY ......—Sheep and lambs: Number slaughtered commercially....... NASS.. NV ...... .......261 Total Total 1 Thousands 157 194 174 163 143 151 165 177 193 196 Thousands 3.................9 1..... IL ....4 33 8 318 69 43...................2 4.805 2.........529 2.......554 1 Totals are based on unrounded numbers..........027 1.. NE ................... (515) 284–4340..................—Sheep and lambs: Number slaughtered....... SC ..286 2.......556 2............7 11..................222 3......... (D) Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations.....094 3.....516 2......698 2...................335 266 24....7 0.....270 4..................676 2.. and VT......9 96...... CA ......979 2... Iowa Field Office............. VA .....9 49............. HOGS............0 40........ KS ...... 2..694 2........... PA ...0 9..................092 2......3 24.6 314.. ID ..............VII–28 STATISTICS OF CATTLE..............042 2..... United States.............. HI ........ NC . 2001–2010 Commercial Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ........ Average live weight is based on unrounded numbers...............767 (D) 403 71 363 15.6 15... Data are not printed to avoid disclosing individual operations.... AR .................611 2........ Totals may not add due to rounding...............9 29.. SD ..1 188........ ......... ...............978 4.....................303 78 629 410 119 102 2............... NJ . 3 CT........... IN ....... AND SHEEP Table 7-47.123 68 1...... MS ...5 328.323 2. 0....351 3.............4 (D) 5..... OH ........ total and average live weight......676 138.0 0................2 899...... KY . ......... (515) 284–4340. N ENG 3 .....................4 1.................641 126 3... LA ........398 4..4 141....6 274.........394 2....... CO ...........AG8 USDA .. exludes animals slaughtered on farms..... UT ...230 1....................................... 2 Excludes postmortem condemnations...6 38.........9 14......457........ DE and MD ..642 11.......173 1....601 (D) 1. ME....466 2........ .............. AZ ................................000 pounds Pounds AL ...... MT .........4 4.....3 5...699 2..779 2......... NH......... MI ............ MN ..................................2 (D) 2.. ND .... RI.....................8 (D) 10....414 195 85 132 119 112 139 155 97 (D) 70 127 125 132 111 148 99 119 66 129 120 60 117 103 125 128 87 81 140 91 77 119 106 98 136 97 (D) 131 75 85 137 95 163 (D) 130 144 US 4 ............. TN ..............4 0........458 Thousands 68 65 64 67 65 68 85 92 95 97 Thousands 3.................... 2012 Jkt 000000 PO 00000 Frm 00028 Fmt 1000 Sfmt 1000 H:\SHARED\DAPP\FPU\AGSTAT\MASTER~2\CHAPTR07\VII-32........................... WV ................194 134 1 Includes slaughter in federally inspected and in other slaughter plants. IA ......647 2............ Table 7-48....... FL ......................... OK .839 2............494 364 1............... WA ................554 2....6 2................547 2...339 3..............1 2. MO .. Iowa Field Office.............

.....0 52................5 94.........700 1.300 680 3.0 140......323 2.........1 Avg..0 220...................0 128.........429 2.9 94.........300 250 3.......0 88........900 1............. MN ............