World Wheat Production 2020/2021

May 2020

This month the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) estimates that the World Wheat Production 2020/2021 will be 768.49 million metric tons.

Wheat Production last year (*) was 764.32 million tons. This year's 768.49 estimated millions tons could represent an increase of 4.17 million tons or 0.55% in wheat production around the globe.

Next Update will be June 11, 2020

Wheat Production by Country

(Values in Metric Tons)

European Union: 143,000,000

China: 135,000,000

India: 103,000,000

Russia: 77,000,000

United States: 50,784,000

Canada: 34,000,000

Ukraine: 28,000,000

Pakistan: 26,100,000

Australia: 24,000,000

Argentina: 21,000,000

Turkey: 18,500,000

Iran: 16,750,000

Kazakhstan: 13,500,000

Egypt: 8,900,000

Uzbekistan: 6,400,000

Brazil: 5,500,000

Ethiopia: 5,025,000

Afghanistan: 5,010,000

Iraq: 4,800,000

Syria: 4,500,000

Algeria: 3,750,000

Morocco: 3,500,000

Mexico: 3,300,000

Serbia: 2,700,000

Belarus: 2,300,000

Azerbaijan: 2,100,000

Nepal: 1,940,000

South Africa: 1,700,000

Turkmenistan: 1,320,000

Chile: 1,290,000

Bangladesh: 1,250,000

Paraguay: 1,250,000

Moldova: 1,200,000

Tunisia: 1,078,000

Japan: 870,000

Tajikistan: 810,000

Uruguay: 740,000

Sudan: 600,000

Kyrgyzstan: 559,000

Switzerland: 540,000

Saudi Arabia: 425,000

Norway: 420,000

New Zealand: 415,000

Mongolia: 360,000

North Macedonia: 300,000

Albania: 300,000

Bolivia: 275,000

Bosnia and Herzegovina: 272,000

Kenya: 250,000

Peru: 230,000

Libya: 200,000

Armenia: 174,000

Zambia: 160,000

Lebanon: 140,000

Yemen: 138,000

Zimbabwe: 100,000

Georgia: 94,000

Tanzania: 90,000

Burma: 85,000

Rwanda: 80,000

Israel: 71,000

Korea, North: 65,000

Nigeria: 60,000

Mali: 40,000

Korea, South: 25,000

Eritrea: 25,000

Jordan: 24,000

Bhutan: 20,000

Mozambique: 20,000

Uganda: 20,000

Congo (Kinshasa): 9,000

Lesotho: 8,000

Taiwan: 7,000

Namibia: 6,000

Colombia: 6,000

Ecuador: 5,000

Chad: 2,000

Angola: 1,000

Guatemala: 1,000

Malawi: 1,000

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