Requested Data on Food, Farms, Trade, and More.
Feed Grains Database, published monthly, contains statistics on four feed grains (corn, grain sorghum, barley, and oats), foreign coarse grains (feed grains plus rye, millet, and mixed grains), hay, and related items. Includes data published in the monthly Feed Outlook and (previously annual) Feed Yearbook. Data are monthly, quarterly, and/or annual depending on the data series.
Wheat Data, published monthly, 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 on the data series.
Costs and Returns has estimates of annual production
costs and returns for major field crops and livestock
for the United States and major production regions.
published regularly, provide data and analysis on
major commodity markets and trade, and special reports
address timely topics. The annual reports also contain
Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates published
monthly, provides the most current USDA forecasts
of U.S. and world supply and use of major grains,
soybeans and soybean products, and cotton; prices
of some commodities; and U.S. supply and use of
sugar and livestock products.
on U.S. Beef and Cattle Industry cover information
on production, prices, and trade on a single web
page for use by journalists and others looking for
perspective on the markets.
Statistics on the U.S. Broiler Industry cover
information on production, prices, receipts, and
trade on a single web page for use by journalists
and others looking for perspective on the markets.
Broilers (chickens under 13 weeks old) constitute
virtually all commercial chicken production.
Statistics on the U.S. Soybean Industry cover
acreage, production, exports, and receipts, as a
reference for journalists and others. Includes links
to other resources.
Farm Income Forecasts
provide perspective on farm sector economic performance
and incorporate data related to production and marketing
of commodities, expenditures for inputs, and the
role of government payment programs.
Program Acres allows users to create and customize
maps and tables displaying county-level planted
and farm program acreage. Users can download and
manipulate data to illustrate the share of commodity
base acreage planted to nine major program crops
(corn, grain sorghum, barley, oats, wheat, rice,
cotton, peanuts, and oilseeds).
State Farm Income Data are available via drop-down
menus and in worksheet formats, and include the
farm business net value added, net cash income,
cash receipts, government payments, production expenses,
and household income.
Business and Household Survey Data provides
information from the annual Agricultural Resource
Management Survey (ARMS)—USDA’s primary
source of information on the financial condition,
production practices, resource use, and the economic
well-being of America's farm households.
Outlook: Statistical Indicators has data on
individual commodities, the general economy, agricultural
trade, farm income and expenses, farm prices, food
prices and expenditures, and other statistical indicators
of the food and agriculture system.
The Food Consumption Data System tracks historical
national aggregate consumption (per capita) of several
hundred basic commodities.
Agricultural Baseline Projections provides 10-year
projections (2005-14) of the food and agriculture
sector, used to forecast farm program costs, to
prepare the President's budget, and to analyze impacts
of potential policy changes on U.S. agriculture.
Atlas of Rural and Small-Town AmericaThe Atlas is a web-based interactive mapping tool that displays a broad range of data at the county level to visualize how social and economic conditions vary in rural areas across the United States. Users can create and download maps and download data.
Fact Sheets provide
information on population, employment, income, farm
characteristics, and farm financial indicators for
each state in the United States.
(Foreign Agricultural Trade of the United States)
data cover U.S. exports and imports by country,
commodity, and Customs District; quantity and value;
monthly and annually for all countries trading with
the United States.
From Other Federal Agencies
Research Service (ARS) conducts continuing surveys
to monitor the food consumption and related behavior
of the U.S. population.
Bureau of Labor Statistics
is the principal fact-finding agency for the Federal
Government in the broad field of labor economics
and statistics, including consumer expenditures,
prices, and living conditions, and projections on
Bureau of Economic
Analysis provides detailed data on economic
activity for the Nation, regions, States, metropolitan
areas, and counties. Its national economic program
features the estimates of gross domestic product
Agricultural Service (FAS) collects statistics
on world agricultural production and world agricultural
trade for a broad range of commodities.
Statistics Service (NASS) collects, summarizes,
analyzes, and publishes agricultural production
and marketing data.
U.S. Census Bureau
provides quality data about the nation's people
Index of Federal Statistical Agencies