World Cereal Supply and Distribution, Table 2

Table
Table III. World Cereal Supply and Distribution
In 000,000 metric tons
 
  1994-95 1995-96 1996-971 1997-982
  Wheat    525    537    582    605
  Coarse grains    874    802    906    886
  Rice, milled    365    371    379    383
     Total 1,763 1,710 1,867 1,874
  Wheat    548    550    579    584
  Coarse grains    861    843    882    900
  Rice, milled    367    370    376    381
     Total 1,776 1,763 1,837 1,865
          Feed use    676    640    680    698
          Food and other uses 1,100 1,123 1,157 1,167
Exports
  Wheat    111    114    117    114
  Coarse grains    103    108    102    104
  Rice, milled      22      20      19      20
     Total    236    243    238    238
Ending stocks3
  Wheat    118    105    109    129
  Coarse grains    136      95    120    106
  Rice, milled      49      50      53      55
     Total    304    251    281    290
Stocks as % of utilization
  Wheat      22      19      19      22
  Coarse grains      16      11      14      12
  Rice, milled      13      14      14      14
     Total      17      14      15      16
Stocks held by U.S. in %
  Wheat      12      10      11      14
  Coarse grains      33      15      23      27
Stocks held by EU in %
  Wheat      11      10      13      11
  Coarse grains      14      10      11      16
See as table:
      1Estimated.

      2Forecast.

      3Data not available for all countries.

       Source: USDA, December 1997.

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