Apr 21, 2014
Home| Tools| Events| Blogs| Discussions| Sign UpLogin

Dec. Crop Production: Crop Area Planted, Harvested

December 11, 2012

 

See the full report.

Crop Area Planted and Harvested, Yield, and Production in Domestic Units - United States: 2011 and 2012 [Data are the latest estimates available, either from the current report or from previous reports. Current year estimates are for the full 2012 crop year. Blank data cells indicate estimation period has not yet begun] --------------------------------------------------------------------------------                                 :     Area planted      :    Area harvested                    Crop              :-----------------------------------------------                                 :   2011    :   2012    :   2011    :   2012     --------------------------------------------------------------------------------                                 :                  1,000 acres                                                   :                                                Grains and hay                  :                                                Barley .........................:    2,559       3,637       2,239       3,244   Corn for grain 1/ ..............:   91,921      96,946      83,981      87,721   Corn for silage ................:     (NA)                   5,928               Hay, all .......................:     (NA)        (NA)      55,633      57,574     Alfalfa ......................:     (NA)        (NA)      19,213      18,812     All other ....................:     (NA)        (NA)      36,420      38,762   Oats ...........................:    2,496       2,760         939       1,045   Proso millet ...................:      370         315         338               Rice ...........................:    2,689       2,699       2,618       2,677   Rye ............................:    1,266       1,300         242         248   Sorghum for grain 1/ ...........:    5,481       6,238       3,929       5,016   Sorghum for silage .............:     (NA)                     224               Wheat, all .....................:   54,409      55,736      45,705      48,991     Winter .......................:   40,646      41,324      32,314      34,834     Durum ........................:    1,369       2,123       1,312       2,102     Other spring .................:   12,394      12,289      12,079      12,055                                   :                                                Oilseeds                        :                                                Canola .........................:  1,071.5     1,773.0     1,043.0     1,737.6   Cottonseed .....................:      (X)         (X)         (X)         (X)   Flaxseed .......................:      178         285         173         281   Mustard seed ...................:     23.2        55.5        21.8        53.1   Peanuts ........................:  1,140.6     1,636.0     1,080.6     1,594.0   Rapeseed .......................:      1.5         1.6         1.3         1.5   Safflower ......................:    130.7       147.5       127.3       141.5   Soybeans for beans .............:   75,046      77,203      73,776      75,693   Sunflower ......................:  1,543.0     1,918.2     1,457.8     1,815.1                                   :                                                Cotton, tobacco, and sugar crops:                                                Cotton, all ....................: 14,735.4    12,360.0     9,460.9    10,443.4     Upland .......................: 14,428.0    12,121.0     9,156.0    10,206.0     American Pima ................:    307.4       239.0       304.9       237.4   Sugarbeets .....................:  1,232.7     1,243.5     1,213.1     1,215.5   Sugarcane ......................:     (NA)        (NA)       872.6       896.0   Tobacco ........................:     (NA)        (NA)       325.0       338.1                                   :                                                Dry beans, peas, and lentils    :                                                Austrian winter peas ...........:     18.0        20.0        12.3        12.8   Dry edible beans ...............:  1,217.9     1,738.3     1,167.9     1,695.7   Dry edible peas ................:    362.0       654.0       342.8       629.0   Lentils ........................:    428.0       463.0       411.0       450.0   Wrinkled seed peas .............:     (NA)                    (NA)                                               :                                                Potatoes and miscellaneous      :                                                Coffee (Hawaii) ................:     (NA)        (NA)         6.3         6.1   Hops ...........................:     (NA)        (NA)        29.8        30.8   Peppermint oil .................:     (NA)                    74.0               Potatoes, all ..................:  1,099.2     1,152.4     1,077.0     1,136.6     Spring .......................:     93.3        97.7        91.5        96.1     Summer .......................:     48.2        50.3        46.0        49.0     Fall .........................:    957.7     1,004.4       939.5       991.5   Spearmint oil ..................:     (NA)                    17.3               Sweet potatoes .................:    133.6       131.4       129.7       128.5   Taro (Hawaii) 2/ ...............:     (NA)                     0.5               -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- See footnote(s) at end of table.                                     --continued  Crop Area Planted and Harvested, Yield, and Production in Domestic Units - United States: 2011 and 2012 (continued) [Data are the latest estimates available, either from the current report or from previous reports. Current year estimates are for the full 2012 crop year. Blank data cells indicate estimation period has not yet begun] ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------                                         :   Yield per acre    :       Production                          Crop                  :----------------------------------------------                                         :   2011   :   2012   :    2011     :   2012    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------                                         :                       -------- 1,000 --------                                         :                                               Grains and hay                          :                                               Barley ..........................bushels:   69.6       67.9        155,780      220,284 Corn for grain ..................bushels:  147.2      122.3     12,358,412   10,725,191 Corn for silage ....................tons:   18.4                   108,926              Hay, all ...........................tons:   2.36       2.12        131,144      121,974   Alfalfa ..........................tons:   3.40       2.95         65,332       55,566   All other ........................tons:   1.81       1.71         65,812       66,408 Oats ............................bushels:   57.1       61.3         53,649       64,024 Proso millet ....................bushels:   27.1                     9,149              Rice 3/ .............................cwt:  7,067      7,417        185,009      198,548 Rye .............................bushels:   26.1       28.0          6,326        6,944 Sorghum for grain ...............bushels:   54.6       51.1        214,443      256,164 Sorghum for silage .................tons:   10.3                     2,298              Wheat, all ......................bushels:   43.7       46.3      1,999,347    2,269,117   Winter ........................bushels:   46.2       47.2      1,493,677    1,645,202   Durum .........................bushels:   38.5       39.0         50,482       81,956   Other spring ..................bushels:   37.7       45.0        455,188      541,959                                         :                                               Oilseeds                                :                                               Canola ...........................pounds:  1,475      1,430      1,538,010    2,484,050 Cottonseed .........................tons:    (X)        (X)        5,370.0      5,842.0 Flaxseed ........................bushels:   16.1                     2,791              Mustard seed .....................pounds:    718                    15,644              Peanuts ..........................pounds:  3,386      4,058      3,658,590    6,468,650 Rapeseed .........................pounds:  2,177                     2,830              Safflower ........................pounds:  1,333                   169,671              Soybeans for beans ..............bushels:   41.9       39.3      3,093,524    2,971,022 Sunflower ........................pounds:  1,398      1,354      2,038,275    2,458,140                                         :                                               Cotton, tobacco, and sugar crops        :                                               Cotton, all 3/ ....................bales:    790        793       15,573.2     17,257.0   Upland 3/ .......................bales:    772        781       14,722.0     16,600.0   American Pima 3/ ................bales:  1,340      1,328          851.2        657.0 Sugarbeets .........................tons:   23.8       28.8         28,828       34,946 Sugarcane ..........................tons:   33.5       35.8         29,224       32,113 Tobacco ..........................pounds:  1,841      2,308        598,320      780,428                                         :                                               Dry beans, peas, and lentils            :                                               Austrian winter peas 3/ .............cwt:  1,463      1,148            180          147 Dry edible beans 3/ .................cwt:  1,703      1,873         19,890       31,757 Dry edible peas 3/ ..................cwt:  1,641      1,821          5,625       11,453 Lentils 3/ ..........................cwt:  1,151      1,168          4,732        5,254 Wrinkled seed peas ..................cwt:   (NA)                       509                                                      :                                               Potatoes and miscellaneous              :                                               Coffee (Hawaii) ..................pounds:  1,210      1,180          7,600        7,200 Hops .............................pounds:  2,175      1,995       64,781.6     61,456.6 Peppermint oil ...................pounds:     89                     6,570              Potatoes, all .......................cwt:    399        411        429,647      466,993   Spring ............................cwt:    279        289         25,573       27,740   Summer ............................cwt:    280        356         12,894       17,447   Fall ..............................cwt:    416        425        391,180      421,806 Spearmint oil ....................pounds:    132                     2,286              Sweet potatoes ......................cwt:    208                    26,964              Taro (Hawaii) ....................pounds:   (NA)                     4,100              --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- (NANot available.                                                                       (X)Not applicable.                                                                      1/ Area planted for all purposes.                                                       2/ Area is total acres in crop, not harvested acres.                                    3/ Yield in pounds.                                                                      

See the full report.


See all of the data, coverage and analysis of the World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates and Crop Production reports.

 
 

See Comments

RELATED TOPICS: Crops, USDA

 
Log In or Sign Up to comment

COMMENTS

No comments have been posted



Name:

Comments:

Receive the latest news, information and commentary customized for you. Sign up to receive Beef Today's Cattle Drive today!. Interested in the latest prices for cattle in your area? See highlights of the latest for-sale cattle in the Cattle-Exchange eNewsletter.

 
 
The Home Page of Agriculture
© 2014 Farm Journal, Inc. All Rights Reserved|Web site design and development by AmericanEagle.com|Site Map|Privacy Policy|Terms & Conditions