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U.S. Department of Agriculture

National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) provides data on yields, acreage, production, and prices by State and nationally, as well as current crop progress, commodity specific reports, and adoption of biotech crops.

  • Quick Stats is a searchable database containing information on crop yields, acreage, production, and prices at the State and national levels back to 1800.
  • Crop Progress has information on planting and harvesting progress, as well as overall condition of selected crops in major producing States; published weekly during the growing season.
  • Statistics by State provides links to State sites for information on crop progress; on State plantings, production, and yields; and on county estimates.

World Agricultural Outlook Board (WAOB) provides data on supply and utilization of corn and other principal crops for the United States and other countries.

Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) provides current cash grain prices and market news, as well as information on grain transportation and exporting, and standardization and grading.

  • Crop Policies gives descriptions of available policies and a list of eligible crops.

National Agricultural Library, National Agricultural Library Digital Repository (NALDR) offers online browsing of historical ERS Agricultural Economic Reports and Agriculture Information Bulletins.


Iowa State University's Corn Production presents information on corn production, processing, marketing, and use.

Last updated: Tuesday, March 11, 2014

For more information contact: Thomas Capehart and Edward Allen