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06/30/2022 | 03:53pm EDT

Largest Corn Producing Countries - 2021 est.

(Marketing year - thousands of hectares, tons per hectare, and thousands of metric tons)

Area

Domestic

Rank

Country

Harvested

Yield

Production

Exports

Consumption

1

United States

34,555

11.1

383,943

62,233

315,990

2

China

43,324

6.3

272,552

20

291,000

3

Brazil

21,800

5.3

116,000

44,500

73,000

4

European Union

9,211

7.7

70,499

5,500

80,200

5

Argentina

7,200

7.4

53,000

39,000

13,700

6

Ukraine

5,486

7.7

42,126

23,000

13,200

7

India

9,900

3.3

33,000

3,300

29,800

8

Mexico

7,100

3.9

27,550

400

44,400

9

South Africa

3,000

5.4

16,300

3,200

13,300

10

Russia

2,900

5.3

15,225

4,000

11,100

11

Canada

1,391

10.1

13,984

1,800

16,000

12

Nigeria

6,000

2.1

12,745

50

12,600

13

Indonesia

3,900

3.3

12,700

2

13,800

14

Pakistan

1,500

6.3

9,500

350

9,100

15

Ethiopia

2,530

3.7

9,400

-

9,600

World

206,468

5.9

1,216,066

196,731

1,181,114

Top 15 as % of World

77%

NM

90%

95%

80%

Source: USDA, as of June 2022

Largest Soybean Producing Countries - 2021 est.

(Marketing year - thousands of hectares, tons per hectare, and thousands of metric tons)

Area

Domestic

Rank

Country

Harvested

Yield

Production

Exports

Consumption

1

Brazil

41,000

3.1

126,000

82,250

51,745

2

United States

34,937

3.5

120,707

59,058

63,474

3

Argentina

16,000

2.7

43,400

2,750

47,460

4

China

8,400

2.0

16,400

100

108,720

5

India

12,500

1.0

11,900

200

11,990

6

Canada

2,134

2.9

6,272

4,200

2,448

7

Russia

2,993

1.6

4,760

650

5,260

8

Paraguay

3,300

1.3

4,200

2,900

1,666

9

Ukraine

1,440

2.6

3,800

1,150

1,801

10

Bolivia

1,400

2.1

3,000

75

3,028

11

European Union

990

2.8

2,730

250

17,620

12

Uruguay

975

2.1

2,020

1,950

80

13

South Africa

925

2.1

1,950

40

1,910

14

Nigeria

1,200

0.9

1,117

5

1,155

15

Serbia

220

2.5

540

50

464

World

130,433

2.7

351,994

155,898

364,650

Top 15 as % of World

98%

NM

99%

100%

87%

Source: USDA, as of June 2022

Largest Corn Importing Countries - 2021 est.

(Marketing year - thousands of metric tons)

Rank

Country

Imports

1

China

23,000

2

Mexico

17,500

3

European Union

16,000

4

Japan

15,400

5

South Korea

11,700

6

Egypt

9,200

7

Vietnam

9,200

8

Iran

8,500

9

Colombia

6,000

10

Taiwan

4,400

11

Algeria

4,300

12

Canada

3,800

13

Malaysia

3,800

14

Peru

3,800

15

Saudi Arabia

3,800

World

179,453

Top 15 as % of World

78%

Source: USDA, as of June 2022

Largest Soybean Importing Countries - 2021 est.

(Marketing year - thousands of metric tons)

Rank

Country

Imports

1

China

92,000

2

European Union

14,700

3

Mexico

6,200

4

Thailand

3,900

5

Egypt

3,800

6

Japan

3,300

7

Turkey

2,900

8

Indonesia

2,650

9

Taiwan

2,650

10

Bangladesh

2,600

11

Argentina

2,400

12

Pakistan

2,400

13

Vietnam

2,000

14

Iran

1,825

15

Russia

1,600

World

154,812

Top 15 as % of World

94%

Source: USDA, as of June 2022

Corn & Bean Producers-1

Largest Wheat Producing Countries - 2021 est.

(Marketing year - thousands of hectares, tons per hectare, and thousands of metric tons)

Area

Domestic

Rank

Country

Harvested

Yield

Production

Exports

Consumption

1

European Union

24,232

5.7

138,418

29,500

109,750

2

China

23,568

5.8

136,946

850

148,000

3

India

31,125

3.5

109,586

8,033

107,911

4

Russia

27,630

2.7

75,158

33,000

41,750

5

United States

15,039

3.0

44,790

21,909

30,643

6

Australia

13,000

2.8

36,300

27,500

8,500

7

Ukraine

7,409

4.5

33,007

19,000

10,000

8

Pakistan

9,168

3.0

27,464

500

27,700

9

Argentina

6,550

3.4

22,150

16,500

6,350

10

Canada

9,247

2.3

21,652

15,500

9,500

11

Turkey

7,050

2.3

16,000

6,500

20,200

12

United Kingdom

1,790

7.8

13,988

700

15,300

13

Iran

6,000

2.0

12,000

350

18,200

14

Kazakhstan

12,719

0.9

11,814

7,000

6,250

15

Egypt

1,400

6.4

9,000

300

20,500

World

222,212

3.5

779,032

199,388

787,206

Top 15 as % of World

88%

NM

91%

94%

74%

Source: USDA, as of June 2022

Largest Cotton Producing Countries - 2021 est.

(Marketing year - thousands of hectares, kilograms per hectare, and thousands of 480-lb bales)

Area

Domestic

Rank

Country

Harvested

Yield

Production

Exports

Consumption

1

China

3,100

1,896

27,000

75

38,000

2

India

12,150

439

24,500

4,300

25,500

3

United States

4,157

918

17,523

14,750

2,528

4

Brazil

1,600

1,728

12,700

7,900

3,200

5

Pakistan

2,000

653

6,000

50

11,025

6

Australia

600

1,996

5,500

4,400

(180)

7

Turkey

450

1,839

3,800

600

8,600

8

Uzbekistan

1,060

565

2,750

210

2,800

9

Argentina

480

680

1,500

750

625

10

Benin

640

510

1,500

1,500

15

11

Mali

720

432

1,430

1,300

25

12

Greece

262

1,122

1,350

1,400

70

13

Mexico

154

1,725

1,220

375

1,925

14

Cote d'Ivoire

470

486

1,050

1,375

10

15

Burkina Faso

595

362

990

900

25

World

32,274

789

116,942

45,167

121,544

Top 15 as % of World

88%

NM

93%

88%

77%

Source: USDA, as of June 2022

Largest Wheat Importing Countries - 2021 est.

(Marketing year - thousands of metric tons)

Rank

Country

Imports

1

Egypt

11,750

2

Indonesia

11,000

3

China

9,700

4

Turkey

9,000

5

Algeria

7,800

6

Bangladesh

7,500

7

Iran

7,000

8

Brazil

6,500

9

Philippines

6,300

10

Nigeria

6,200

11

Japan

5,400

12

Mexico

5,100

13

Morocco

4,800

14

South Korea

4,700

15

European Union

4,500

World

195,389

Top 15 as % of World

55%

Source: USDA, as of June 2022

Largest Cotton Importing Countries - 2021 est.

(Marketing year - thousands of 480-lb bales)

Rank

Country

Imports

1

China

8,500

2

Bangladesh

8,300

3

Vietnam

7,200

4

Turkey

5,550

5

Pakistan

4,600

6

Indonesia

2,550

7

India

1,200

8

Mexico

1,000

9

Thailand

725

10

Egypt

600

11

South Korea

590

12

Malaysia

525

13

Iran

375

14

Taiwan

260

15

Peru

230

World

44,640

Top 15 as % of World

95%

Source: USDA, as of June 2022

Wheat & Cotton Producers-2

Largest Sugar Producing Countries - 2021 est.

(Marketing year - thousands of metric tons)

Area

Domestic

Rank

Country

Harvested

Yield

Production

Exports

Consumption

1

Brazil

42,050

32,150

10,150

2

India

33,760

7,462

28,000

3

European Union

15,913

1,259

16,900

4

China

10,600

124

15,500

5

United States

8,376

44

6

Thailand

7,587

3,739

2,350

7

Pakistan

6,505

-

5,750

8

Mexico

6,058

1,235

4,171

9

Russia

5,625

451

5,419

10

Australia

4,335

3,400

850

11

Turkey

3,100

332

12

Egypt

2,780

300

3,340

13

Guatemala

2,565

1,395

940

14

Colombia

2,240

680

1,850

15

Philippines

2,143

112

2,275

World

181,010

62,338

172,692

Top 15 as % of World

85%

85%

56%

Source: USDA, as of June 2022

Largest Rice Producing Countries - 2021 est.

(Marketing year - thousands of hectares, metric tons per hectare, and thousands of metric tons)

Area

Domestic

Rank

Country

Harvested

Yield

Production

Exports

Consumption

1

China

29,921

7.1

148,990

2,250

155,840

2

India

47,000

4.1

129,660

21,000

106,960

3

Bangladesh

11,620

4.6

35,850

10

36,500

4

Indonesia

11,600

4.7

34,400

-

35,200

5

Vietnam

7,295

6.0

27,331

6,500

21,500

6

Thailand

10,587

2.8

19,650

7,000

13,000

7

Philippines

4,800

4.1

12,474

-

15,200

8

Burma

6,900

2.8

12,352

2,300

10,500

9

Pakistan

3,400

3.8

8,700

4,350

4,100

10

Japan

1,520

6.9

7,640

110

8,200

11

Brazil

1,630

6.6

7,276

850

7,350

12

United States

1,007

8.6

6,090

2,667

4,715

13

Cambodia

3,335

2.9

5,862

1,400

4,400

14

Nigeria

3,650

2.3

5,255

-

7,250

15

South Korea

732

7.1

3,882

55

3,950

World

166,570

4.6

513,671

52,910

513,727

Top 15 as % of World

87%

NM

91%

92%

85%

Source: USDA, as of June 2022

Largest Sugar Importing Countries - 2021 est.

(Marketing year - thousands of metric tons)

Rank

Country

Imports

1

China

6,340

2

Indonesia

6,124

3

United States

2,898

4

Bangladesh

2,351

5

Algeria

2,258

6

Malaysia

2,142

7

South Korea

1,934

8

Nigeria

1,880

9

European Union

1,792

10

United Arab Emirates

1,785

11

Saudi Arabia

1,488

12

Ethiopia

1,462

13

Iran

1,421

14

Morocco

1,407

15

Canada

1,389

World

58,798

Top 15 as % of World

62%

Source: USDA, as of June 2022

Largest Rice Importing Countries - 2021 est.

(Marketing year - thousands of metric tons)

Rank

Country

Imports

1

China

5,600

2

Philippines

3,200

3

Nigeria

2,200

4

European Union

2,100

5

Cote d'Ivoire

1,500

6

Saudi Arabia

1,400

7

Bangladesh

1,300

8

Nepal

1,300

9

Iraq

1,250

10

Senegal

1,250

11

Iran

1,200

12

Malaysia

1,200

13

United States

1,127

14

South Africa

1,054

15

Ghana

950

World

52,257

Top 15 as % of World

51%

Source: USDA, as of June 2022

Sugar & Rice Producers-3

Crop Exports

Source: USDA, as of June 2022

Coarse Grains (1) (marketing year - million metric tons)

Soybeans (marketing year - million metric tons)

Wheat (marketing year - million metric tons)

Cotton (marketing year - million 480-lb. bales)

World

U.S.

U.S.

World

U.S.

U.S.

World

U.S.

U.S.

World

U.S.

U.S.

Exports

Exports

Market Share

Exports

Exports

Market Share

Exports

Exports

Market Share

Exports

Exports

Market Share

1982

84.2

52.6

62

1982

28.6

24.6

86

1982

100.9

41.1

41

1982

25.5

5.2

20

1983

91.3

56.1

61

1983

26.2

20.2

77

1983

101.8

38.8

38

1983

25.3

6.8

27

1984

99.8

56.1

56

1984

25.2

16.3

64

1984

103.6

38.7

37

1984

27.2

6.2

23

1985

81.9

36.1

44

1985

26.1

20.2

77

1985

82.5

24.7

30

1985

28.1

2.0

7

1986

84.6

45.9

54

1986

28.6

20.6

72

1986

89.3

27.2

30

1986

33.4

6.7

20

1987

89.8

52.1

58

1987

30.1

21.9

73

1987

111.6

43.2

39

1987

30.1

6.6

22

1988

100.2

61.2

61

1988

23.5

14.4

61

1988

105.2

38.5

37

1988

33.5

6.1

18

1989

103.7

69.9

67

1989

27.4

16.9

62

1989

103.4

33.5

32

1989

31.4

7.7

25

1990

89.7

51.5

57

1990

25.4

15.2

60

1990

103.8

29.1

28

1990

29.6

7.8

26

1991

94.0

49.7

53

1991

28.1

18.6

66

1991

109.9

34.9

32

1991

28.2

6.6

24

1992

94.1

51.1

54

1992

29.3

21.0

72

1992

110.0

36.8

33

1992

25.4

5.2

20

1993

87.5

40.3

46

1993

27.7

16.0

58

1993

103.7

33.4

32

1993

26.6

6.9

26

1994

93.5

62.4

67

1994

32.1

22.9

71

1994

98.2

32.3

33

1994

28.0

9.4

34

1995

94.5

63.0

67

1995

31.7

23.1

73

1995

99.2

33.8

34

1995

27.3

7.7

28

1996

93.5

51.6

55

1996

36.4

24.1

66

1996

106.9

27.3

25

1996

26.6

6.9

26

1997

86.2

45.3

53

1997

39.3

23.8

61

1997

104.4

28.3

27

1997

26.8

7.5

28

1998

93.8

56.0

60

1998

37.9

21.9

58

1998

101.3

28.5

28

1998

23.5

4.3

18

1999

104.6

56.3

54

1999

45.7

26.5

58

1999

113.4

29.6

26

1999

27.1

6.8

25

2000

104.1

56.6

54

2000

53.7

27.1

50

2000

101.2

28.9

29

2000

26.2

6.7

26

2001

102.0

55.1

54

2001

52.7

28.9

55

2001

105.8

26.2

25

2001

29.1

11.0

38

2002

102.1

45.7

45

2002

61.2

28.4

46

2002

105.3

23.1

22

2002

30.4

11.9

39

2003

103.1

53.8

52

2003

55.9

24.1

43

2003

108.5

31.5

29

2003

33.1

13.8

42

2004

100.9

51.4

51

2004

64.8

29.9

46

2004

111.1

29.0

26

2004

34.9

14.4

41

2005

107.1

59.8

56

2005

63.6

25.6

40

2005

117.4

27.3

23

2005

44.9

17.7

39

2006

117.6

58.3

50

2006

70.9

30.4

43

2006

111.6

24.7

22

2006

37.4

13.0

35

2007

127.5

69.9

55

2007

78.7

31.5

40

2007

116.4

34.4

30

2007

38.9

13.6

35

2008

112.4

50.9

45

2008

76.7

34.8

45

2008

144.1

27.6

19

2008

30.2

13.3

44

2009

122.8

54.6

44

2009

92.1

40.8

44

2009

136.8

23.9

17

2009

35.8

12.0

34

2010

116.5

50.6

43

2010

91.6

41.0

45

2010

133.0

35.1

26

2010

34.9

14.4

41

2011

146.6

40.9

28

2011

91.8

37.2

41

2011

157.6

28.6

18

2011

46.0

11.7

25

2012

123.1

20.7

17

2012

100.4

36.1

36

2012

136.1

27.5

20

2012

46.3

13.0

28

2013

164.8

54.5

33

2013

112.8

44.6

40

2013

165.9

32.0

19

2013

41.2

10.5

26

2014

186.6

56.7

30

2014

126.4

50.1

40

2014

164.3

23.5

14

2014

36.2

11.2

31

2015

164.7

57.2

35

2015

132.8

52.9

40

2015

173.0

21.2

12

2015

34.9

9.2

26

2016

201.9

64.5

32

2016

147.6

59.0

40

2016

186.8

28.6

15

2016

38.1

14.9

39

2017

188.4

67.1

36

2017

153.3

58.1

38

2017

185.4

24.7

13

2017

41.6

16.3

39

2018

214.7

55.0

26

2018

149.0

47.7

32

2018

176.2

25.5

14

2018

41.5

14.8

36

2019

210.7

50.5

24

2019

165.2

45.7

28

2019

194.0

26.4

14

2019

41.1

15.5

38

2020

233.9

77.5

33

2020

164.5

61.5

37

2020

203.3

27.0

13

2020

48.5

16.4

34

2021

245.9

69.8

28

2021

155.9

59.1

38

2021

199.4

21.9

11

2021

45.2

14.8

33

(1) Includes corn, barley, sorghum, oats, rye, millet and mixed grains

Exports-4

Crop Supply and Demand - World

Source: USDA, as of June 2022

Corn (marketing year - million metric tons)

Other Coarse Grains (1) (marketing year - million metric tons)

Soybeans (marketing year - million metric tons)

Ending

Ratio Stocks

Ending

Ratio Stocks

Ending

Ratio Stocks

Production

Consumption

Stocks

to Use

Production

Consumption

Stocks

to Use

Production

Consumption

Stocks

to Use

1982

439.9

424.3

149.8

35

1982

335.3

324.6

52.4

16

1982

93.5

91.0

17.3

19

1983

348.3

406.7

89.0

22

1983

329.9

336.6

44.2

13

1983

83.1

86.0

13.7

16

1984

458.3

428.4

118.2

28

1984

347.7

338.1

53.7

16

1984

93.1

89.0

18.0

20

1985

478.8

417.5

177.7

43

1985

354.6

345.7

64.5

19

1985

97.0

92.6

23.6

25

1986

475.3

445.5

204.9

46

1986

348.4

339.1

73.0

22

1986

98.1

102.1

20.1

20

1987

450.7

456.1

197.7

43

1987

336.1

339.9

66.0

19

1987

103.7

101.1

20.6

20

1988

400.4

450.8

145.3

32

1988

322.4

329.5

58.8

18

1988

95.8

97.6

19.3

20

1989

461.5

475.3

132.9

28

1989

332.5

339.0

50.6

15

1989

107.2

104.1

21.6

21

1990

481.8

473.4

141.4

30

1990

346.9

340.1

55.7

16

1990

104.3

104.6

21.4

20

1991

492.7

494.1

141.1

29

1991

319.3

318.2

55.2

17

1991

107.3

109.2

19.5

18

1992

535.6

509.1

162.7

32

1992

333.4

325.0

58.6

18

1992

117.2

115.9

21.6

19

1993

475.9

507.3

129.4

26

1993

321.9

325.6

53.3

16

1993

117.6

120.8

18.8

16

1994

559.6

538.5

153.3

28

1994

310.2

316.4

45.2

14

1994

137.6

132.4

24.7

19

1995

516.7

532.0

133.3

25

1995

284.6

298.4

30.4

10

1995

124.7

131.7

18.5

14

1996

592.9

559.1

166.3

30

1996

316.0

307.7

37.1

12

1996

131.9

134.2

15.5

12

1997

574.2

573.1

167.2

29

1997

306.4

293.0

50.0

17

1997

157.9

145.3

27.0

19

1998

605.8

581.3

191.4

33

1998

285.0

288.6

47.2

16

1998

159.8

158.7

28.7

18

1999

608.1

600.4

194.4

32

1999

269.9

276.5

39.4

14

1999

160.3

158.8

30.1

19

2000

591.5

609.0

175.1

29

2000

271.8

273.8

36.9

13

2000

175.8

171.0

34.2

20

2001

601.7

622.5

151.4

24

2001

294.1

282.7

47.8

17

2001

184.9

183.7

37.1

20

2002

604.0

627.6

126.9

20

2002

271.1

274.0

45.3

17

2002

196.8

190.8

44.9

24

2003

627.8

649.8

104.7

16

2003

289.9

295.6

38.3

13

2003

186.5

189.0

40.4

21

2004

716.9

688.9

131.1

19

2004

299.0

290.2

48.0

17

2004

215.5

204.6

50.1

24

2005

700.2

707.0

123.4

17

2005

279.4

285.5

41.2

14

2005

220.8

215.7

55.6

26

2006

715.6

726.6

108.8

15

2006

272.5

282.5

30.3

11

2006

235.8

224.5

65.1

29

2007

798.7

781.3

125.5

16

2007

286.9

284.0

33.0

12

2007

219.3

229.7

54.7

24

2008

806.3

794.5

136.1

17

2008

310.8

296.1

47.1

16

2008

212.3

222.5

45.6

21

2009

834.0

832.3

131.6

16

2009

290.1

285.4

51.1

18

2009

261.1

239.2

62.9

26

2010

849.4

867.6

115.3

13

2010

261.8

274.3

36.9

13

2010

264.8

252.6

73.3

29

2011

910.5

886.0

123.4

14

2011

265.2

268.2

32.7

12

2011

241.0

259.3

57.9

22

2012

898.8

881.6

144.8

16

2012

260.3

263.9

30.9

12

2012

269.1

265.1

58.7

22

2013

1027.3

950.8

214.7

23

2013

286.8

280.2

36.5

13

2013

282.9

278.0

64.1

23

2014

1057.9

975.1

279.7

29

2014

288.7

290.1

36.3

13

2014

321.4

304.1

79.3

26

2015

1014.8

1002.2

311.7

31

2015

288.8

286.3

36.8

13

2015

315.7

316.8

79.1

25

2016

1128.5

1064.7

351.9

33

2016

291.6

292.3

35.0

12

2016

350.4

331.9

95.3

29

2017

1081.9

1095.6

341.5

31

2017

280.8

285.4

31.4

11

2017

343.7

340.0

99.8

29

2018

1128.7

1131.6

322.7

29

2018

274.3

275.4

29.4

11

2018

362.4

345.1

114.2

33

2019

1122.7

1133.3

307.5

27

2019

296.9

295.2

30.0

10

2019

340.2

359.6

94.7

26

2020

1129.0

1145.7

293.2

26

2020

310.1

308.5

29.5

10

2020

368.1

363.8

99.9

27

2021

1216.1

1181.1

310.9

26

2021

285.7

288.0

25.4

9

2021

352.0

364.7

86.1

24

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