Corn, Soybean & Cotton Crop Production Tables

September 12, 2012 02:54 AM
 
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Corn for Grain Area Harvested, Yield, and Production - States and United States: 2011 and
Forecasted September 1, 2012
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                 :  Area harvested   :         Yield per acre          :     Production      
                 :---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      State      :         :         :         :         2012          :          :          
                 :  2011   :  2012   :  2011   :-----------------------:   2011   :   2012   
                 :         :         :         : August 1  :September 1:          :          
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                 :    1,000 acres       ---------- bushels ---------    --- 1,000 bushels ---
                 :                                                                           
Alabama .........:    250       260     114.0       85.0       100.0        28,500     26,000
Arkansas ........:    520       640     142.0      160.0       175.0        73,840    112,000
California ......:    150       180     185.0      190.0       190.0        27,750     34,200
Colorado ........:  1,300       970     133.0      135.0       135.0       172,900    130,950
Delaware ........:    182       187     130.0      105.0       115.0        23,660     21,505
Georgia .........:    270       285     158.0      175.0       185.0        42,660     52,725
Illinois ........: 12,400    12,600     157.0      116.0       110.0     1,946,800  1,386,000
Indiana .........:  5,750     6,050     146.0      100.0       100.0       839,500    605,000
Iowa ............: 13,700    13,600     172.0      141.0       140.0     2,356,400  1,904,000
Kansas ..........:  4,200     4,200     107.0       93.0        91.0       449,400    382,200
                 :                                                                           
Kentucky ........:  1,300     1,490     139.0       65.0        70.0       180,700    104,300
Louisiana .......:    570       560     135.0      165.0       170.0        76,950     95,200
Maryland ........:    430       425     109.0      110.0       115.0        46,870     48,875
Michigan ........:  2,190     2,290     153.0      114.0       114.0       335,070    261,060
Minnesota .......:  7,700     8,250     156.0      155.0       156.0     1,201,200  1,287,000
Mississippi .....:    740       800     128.0      147.0       150.0        94,720    120,000
Missouri ........:  3,070     3,350     114.0       75.0        75.0       349,980    251,250
Nebraska ........:  9,600     9,100     160.0      147.0       145.0     1,536,000  1,319,500
New Jersey ......:     81        82     123.0      127.0       127.0         9,963     10,414
New York ........:    620       640     133.0      119.0       120.0        82,460     76,800
                 :                                                                           
North Carolina ..:    815       780      84.0      114.0       120.0        68,460     93,600
North Dakota ....:  2,060     3,200     105.0      100.0       105.0       216,300    336,000
Ohio ............:  3,220     3,620     158.0      126.0       126.0       508,760    456,120
Oklahoma ........:    190       330      90.0      100.0       110.0        17,100     36,300
Pennsylvania ....:    960     1,000     111.0      118.0       125.0       106,560    125,000
South Carolina ..:    330       300      65.0      118.0       122.0        21,450     36,600
South Dakota ....:  4,950     5,300     132.0       98.0        96.0       653,400    508,800
Tennessee .......:    735       870     131.0       82.0        87.0        96,285     75,690
Texas ...........:  1,470     1,580      93.0      150.0       152.0       136,710    240,160
Virginia ........:    340       350     118.0       91.0        95.0        40,120     33,250
Washington ......:    125       125     225.0      225.0       215.0        28,125     26,875
Wisconsin .......:  3,320     3,450     156.0      132.0       130.0       517,920    448,500
                 :                                                                           
Other States 1/ .:    443       497     162.3      163.3       164.0        71,899     81,490
                 :                                                                           
United States ...: 83,981    87,361     147.2      123.4       122.8    12,358,412 10,727,364
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1/ Other States include Arizona, Florida, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, West     
    Virginia, and Wyoming. Individual State level estimates will be published in the "Crop   
    Production 2012 Summary."  
    
    Soybeans for Beans Area Harvested, Yield, and Production - States and United States: 2011
and Forecasted September 1, 2012
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                 :  Area harvested   :         Yield per acre          :    Production     
                 :-------------------------------------------------------------------------
      State      :         :         :         :         2012          :         :         
                 :  2011   :  2012   :  2011   :-----------------------:  2011   :  2012   
                 :         :         :         : August 1  :September 1:         :         
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                 :    1,000 acres       --------- bushels ---------     -- 1,000 bushels --
                 :                                                                         
Alabama .........:    295       325     33.0       33.0        38.0         9,735    12,350
Arkansas ........:  3,270     3,200     38.0       39.0        39.0       124,260   124,800
Delaware ........:    168       178     39.0       30.0        37.0         6,552     6,586
Georgia .........:    135       180     22.0       28.0        31.0         2,970     5,580
Illinois ........:  8,860     8,350     47.0       37.0        37.0       416,420   308,950
Indiana .........:  5,290     4,990     45.0       37.0        37.0       238,050   184,630
Iowa ............:  9,230     9,440     50.5       43.0        39.0       466,115   368,160
Kansas ..........:  3,750     3,350     27.0       22.0        21.0       101,250    70,350
Kentucky ........:  1,480     1,380     39.0       29.0        34.0        57,720    46,920
Louisiana .......:    980     1,110     35.0       42.0        42.0        34,300    46,620
                 :                                                                         
Maryland ........:    465       475     38.5       37.0        42.0        17,903    19,950
Michigan ........:  1,940     1,990     44.0       36.0        37.0        85,360    73,630
Minnesota .......:  7,020     6,920     38.5       38.0        38.0       270,270   262,960
Mississippi .....:  1,800     2,100     39.0       39.0        41.0        70,200    86,100
Missouri ........:  5,200     5,150     36.5       30.0        28.0       189,800   144,200
Nebraska ........:  4,830     5,000     53.5       43.0        40.0       258,405   200,000
New Jersey ......:     86        93     37.0       36.0        37.0         3,182     3,441
New York ........:    277       337     43.0       42.0        43.0        11,911    14,491
North Carolina ..:  1,360     1,630     30.0       32.0        34.0        40,800    55,420
North Dakota ....:  3,950     4,550     28.5       28.0        28.0       112,575   127,400
                 :                                                                         
Ohio ............:  4,540     4,580     47.5       42.0        40.0       215,650   183,200
Oklahoma ........:    265       290     13.0       20.0        16.0         3,445     4,640
Pennsylvania ....:    490       520     44.0       42.0        45.0        21,560    23,400
South Carolina ..:    360       410     25.0       26.0        29.0         9,000    11,890
South Dakota ....:  4,070     4,450     37.0       31.0        28.0       150,590   124,600
Tennessee .......:  1,250     1,290     32.0       26.0        31.0        40,000    39,990
Texas ...........:     90        85     19.0       35.0        29.0         1,710     2,465
Virginia ........:    550       540     39.0       34.0        36.0        21,450    19,440
Wisconsin .......:  1,600     1,680     46.0       36.0        36.0        73,600    60,480
                 :                                                                         
Other States 1/ .:     35        42     35.7       39.7        39.7         1,249     1,667
                 :                                                                         
United States ...: 73,636    74,635     41.5       36.1        35.3     3,056,032 2,634,310
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1/ Other States include Florida and West Virginia. Individual State level estimates will   
    be published in the "Crop Production 2012 Summary." 
    
    
Cotton Area Planted by Type - States and United States: 2011 and 2012
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                 :         Upland          :     American Pima     :         All          
      State      :------------------------------------------------------------------------
                 :    2011    :  2012 1/   :   2011   :  2012 1/   :   2011   :  2012 1/  
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                 :                              1,000 acres                               
                 :                                                                        
  Alabama .......:     460.0        380.0       (NA)        (NA)        460.0      380.0  
  Arizona .......:     250.0        200.0       10.0         3.0        260.0      203.0  
  Arkansas ......:     680.0        590.0       (NA)        (NA)        680.0      590.0  
  California ....:     182.0        142.0      274.0       225.0        456.0      367.0  
  Florida .......:     122.0        108.0       (NA)        (NA)        122.0      108.0  
  Georgia .......:   1,600.0      1,290.0       (NA)        (NA)      1,600.0    1,290.0  
  Kansas ........:      80.0         57.0       (NA)        (NA)         80.0       57.0  
  Louisiana .....:     295.0        230.0       (NA)        (NA)        295.0      230.0  
  Mississippi ...:     630.0        470.0       (NA)        (NA)        630.0      470.0  
  Missouri ......:     375.0        350.0       (NA)        (NA)        375.0      350.0  
                 :                                                                        
  New Mexico ....:      70.0         50.0        3.4         3.0         73.4       53.0  
  North Carolina :     805.0        585.0       (NA)        (NA)        805.0      585.0  
  Oklahoma ......:     415.0        305.0       (NA)        (NA)        415.0      305.0  
  South Carolina :     303.0        298.0       (NA)        (NA)        303.0      298.0  
  Tennessee .....:     495.0        380.0       (NA)        (NA)        495.0      380.0  
  Texas .........:   7,550.0      6,600.0       20.0         8.0      7,570.0    6,608.0  
  Virginia ......:     116.0         86.0       (NA)        (NA)        116.0       86.0  
                 :                                                                        
  United States .:  14,428.0     12,121.0      307.4       239.0     14,735.4   12,360.0  
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(NANot available.                                                                         
1/ Updated from "Acreage" released June 2012. 

 


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