This publication is a compilation of related reports issued by USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) in an effort to provide a
complete source of statistics relevant to the grain industry.; Oklahoma wheat stored in all positions on...
This release is a supplement to the annual Oklahoma Wheat Variety survey. The results shown below represent percentages of wheat vareities that were planted in each grain shed in Oklahoma. The map on the following page defines the grain shed areas.
The USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service program for wheat includes a number of estimates that are made on a schedule spanning the entire crop year. The inclusion of any state in the national program is dependent on that state's portion...
This publication is a compilation of related reports issued by USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) in an effort to provide a complete source of statistics relevant to the sheep and goat industry.
Oklahoma Wheat Forecast at 154.8 Million Bushels; Final 2011 cotton production is set at 87 thousand bales, down 79 percent from 2010.; Hay stocks on farms May 1, 2012 totaled 500 thousand towns, down 58 percent from last year's 1.2 million tons.
Crop and Pasture Conditions Worsen Temperatures continued to soar across Oklahoma: the average temperature for each of the nine climate districts ranged from 85 to 90 degrees, with average highs from 99 to 104.
Oklahoma and U.S. Inventory Oklahoma's March-May 2012 pig crop at 1.86 million head was up slightly from last year. Sows farrowed, at 190,000, were unchanged from the number farrowed during the previous quarter.