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Overview

This data product contains statistics on wheat-including the five classes of wheat: hard red winter, hard red spring, soft red winter, white, and durum-and rye. Includes data published in the monthly Wheat Outlook and previously annual Wheat Yearbook. Data are monthly, quarterly, and/or annual depending upon the data series. Most data are on a marketing year basis, but some are calendar year.

 

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Yearbook TablesBack to top
U.S. Acreage, Production, Yield, and Farm PriceBack to top
Table 1--Wheat: Planted acreage, harvested acreage, production, yield, and farm priceDownload as ExcelDownload as PDFView as HTML8/21/20149/22/2014
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Table 2--Rye: Planted acreage, harvested acreage, production, yield, and farm priceDownload as ExcelDownload as PDFView as HTML8/21/20149/22/2014
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World Production, Supply, and DisappearanceBack to top
Table 3--World wheat supply and disappearanceDownload as ExcelDownload as PDFView as HTML8/21/20149/22/2014
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Table 4--World and U.S. wheat production, exports, and ending stocksDownload as ExcelDownload as PDFView as HTML8/21/20149/22/2014
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U.S. Supply and DisappearanceBack to top
Table 5--Wheat: Supply and disappearance Download as ExcelDownload as PDFView as HTML8/21/20149/22/2014
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Table 6--Wheat classes: Supply and disappearanceDownload as ExcelDownload as PDFView as HTML8/21/20149/22/2014
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Table 7--Hard red winter wheat: Supply and disappearanceDownload as ExcelDownload as PDFView as HTML8/21/20149/22/2014
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Table 8--Hard red spring wheat: Supply and disappearanceDownload as ExcelDownload as PDFView as HTML8/21/20149/22/2014
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Table 9--Soft red winter wheat: Supply and disappearanceDownload as ExcelDownload as PDFView as HTML8/21/20149/22/2014
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Table 10--White wheat: Supply and disappearanceDownload as ExcelDownload as PDFView as HTML8/21/20149/22/2014
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Table 11--Durum wheat: Supply and disappearanceDownload as ExcelDownload as PDFView as HTML8/21/20149/22/2014
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Table 12--Rye: Supply and disappearanceDownload as ExcelDownload as PDFView as HTML8/21/20149/22/2014
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Food UseBack to top
Table 13--Total wheat food useDownload as ExcelDownload as PDFView as HTML8/21/20149/22/2014
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Table 14--Total wheat food use, by componentDownload as ExcelDownload as PDFView as HTML8/21/20149/22/2014
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Table 15--Total durum food useDownload as ExcelDownload as PDFView as HTML8/21/20149/22/2014
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Table 16--Durum food use, by componentDownload as ExcelDownload as PDFView as HTML8/21/20149/22/2014
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Government and Private StocksBack to top
Table 17--Wheat: Government and private stocksDownload as ExcelDownload as PDFView as HTML8/21/20149/22/2014
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Domestic and International PricesBack to top
Table 18--Wheat: Average price received by farmers, United StatesDownload as ExcelDownload as PDFView as HTML8/21/20149/22/2014
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Table 19--Wheat: Cash prices at principal marketsDownload as ExcelDownload as PDFView as HTML8/21/20149/22/2014
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Table 20--U.S. and foreign wheat pricesDownload as ExcelDownload as PDFView as HTML8/21/20149/22/2014
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Exports and ImportsBack to top
Table 21--U.S. total wheat exports: Grain, flour, and productsDownload as ExcelDownload as PDFView as HTML8/21/20149/22/2014
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Table 22--U.S. durum wheat exports: Grain, flour, and productsDownload as ExcelDownload as PDFView as HTML8/21/20149/22/2014
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Table 23--U.S. total wheat imports: Grain, flour, and productsDownload as ExcelDownload as PDFView as HTML8/21/20149/22/2014
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Table 24--U.S. durum wheat imports: Grain, flour, and productsDownload as ExcelDownload as PDFView as HTML8/21/20149/22/2014
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Table 25--U.S. wheat exports by selected destinationsDownload as ExcelDownload as PDFView as HTML8/21/20149/22/2014
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Table 26--U.S. wheat exports by class for selected destinationsDownload as ExcelDownload as PDFView as HTML8/21/20149/22/2014
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Table 27--U.S. wheat exports by selected government programsDownload as ExcelDownload as PDFView as HTML8/21/20149/22/2014
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Flour Production and PricesBack to top
Table 28--Wheat flour productionDownload as ExcelDownload as PDFView as HTML8/21/20149/22/2014
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Table 29--Wheat flour: Supply and disappearanceDownload as ExcelDownload as PDFView as HTML8/21/20149/22/2014
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Table 30--Durum flour productionDownload as ExcelDownload as PDFView as HTML8/21/20149/22/2014
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Table 31--Durum flour: Supply and disappearanceDownload as ExcelDownload as PDFView as HTML8/21/20149/22/2014
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Table 32--Wheat and flour price relationships, Kansas CityDownload as ExcelDownload as PDFView as HTML8/21/20149/22/2014
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Table 33--Wheat and flour price relationships, MinneapolisDownload as ExcelDownload as PDFView as HTML8/21/20149/22/2014
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Historical DataBack to top
Wheat Total Supply and Disappearance by Class by QuarterDownload as Excel11/25/2013
Wheat Farm Programs and ParticipationDownload as Excel12/31/2010
Wheat Supply, Disappearance, and Stocks by QuarterDownload as Excel3/31/2011
Wheat: Supply and disappearance back to 1910Download as Excel12/20/2011
Static SnapshotsBack to top
Wheat: Farm Prices, Support Prices, and Ending StocksDownload as Excel5/31/2006
Wheat: Status of Price Support Loans on Specified DatesDownload as Excel5/31/2006

Last updated: Thursday, August 28, 2014

For more information contact: Gary Vocke

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