Table 001-0010 131
Estimated areas, yield, production and average farm price of principal field crops, in metric units
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Estimated areas, yield, production and average farm price of principal field crops, in metric units, annual
Geography Type of crop 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
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Canada Barley 29 2,866,200 2,379,800 2,641,400 2,586,100 2,335,300
Canary seed 85,000 111,300 131,500 105,200 103,100
Canola 226 8,197,300 8,407,200 8,362,600 8,242,300 9,241,800
Chick peas 2 72,800 68,800 46,500 64,700 54,600
Corn for grain 215 1,492,900 1,245,500 1,325,300 1,345,400 1,447,000
Lentils 1,100,700 1,262,600 1,632,900 2,371,500 1,782,600
Mustard seed 24 147,800 202,300 139,600 212,300 153,800
Oats 29 1,284,000 1,142,400 1,350,300 1,147,000 1,302,900
Soybeans 221 1,869,200 2,251,000 2,202,200 2,212,500 2,946,900
Sunflower seed 27 28,300 30,400 40,500 28,300 20,200
Wheat, durum 2 2,009,300 1,922,300 2,355,200 2,505,000 2,106,400
Wheat, spring 235 7,706,200 7,047,400 6,884,800 6,233,800 6,390,500
Wheat, winter remaining 2632 812,500 688,000 517,100 654,600 552,200
Wheat, winter seeded in previous fall 910,100 821,300 560,600 681,300 615,000
Maritime provinces Barley 29 41,300 33,600 32,800 30,600 29,400
Corn for grain 215 16,100 10,300 11,300 16,200 18,900
Oats 29 14,200 17,100 19,000 16,900 16,800
Soybeans 221 34,800 37,300 31,700 32,000 33,800
Wheat, spring 235 8,500 11,300 14,100 13,700 14,900
Wheat, winter remaining 2632 4,000 4,200 5,800 6,200 6,600
Wheat, winter seeded in previous fall 4,200 5,000 6,800 7,700 7,200
Prince Edward Island Barley 29 30,400 25,100 24,300 23,100 22,300
Corn for grain 215 3,200 .. .. 4,000 4,900
Oats 29 4,500 3,400 5,300 4,000 4,700
Soybeans 221 24,300 26,300 21,900 21,400 20,200
Wheat, spring 235 6,500 8,100 10,100 10,100 12,100
Wheat, winter remaining 2632 1,200 2,000 2,800 3,600 3,800
Wheat, winter seeded in previous fall 1,400 2,600 3,600 4,900 4,000
Nova Scotia Barley 29 2,000 1,200 1,200 1,000 1,600
Corn for grain 215 8,900 6,500 7,300 7,300 7,500
Oats 29 1,600 1,600 1,600 1,600 1,800
Soybeans 221 4,000 4,900 4,500 4,500 5,100
Wheat, spring 235 400 .. .. .. ..
Wheat, winter remaining 2632 2,200 2,200 3,000 2,600 2,800
Wheat, winter seeded in previous fall 2,200 2,400 3,200 2,800 3,200
New Brunswick Barley 29 8,900 7,300 7,300 6,500 5,500
Canola 226 3,000 .. .. .. ..
Corn for grain 215 4,000 3,800 4,000 4,900 6,500
Oats 29 8,100 12,100 12,100 11,300 10,300
Soybeans 221 6,500 6,100 5,300 6,100 8,500
Wheat, spring 235 1,600 3,200 4,000 3,600 2,800
Wheat, winter remaining 2632 600 .. .. .. ..
Wheat, winter seeded in previous fall 600 .. .. .. ..
Quebec Barley 29 69,000 54,000 49,000 50,000 53,000
Canola 226 15,500 14,000 12,000 13,000 15,000
Corn for grain 215 412,500 355,000 365,000 360,000 380,000
Oats 29 82,000 84,000 95,000 77,000 60,000
Soybeans 221 288,500 348,000 315,000 325,000 398,000
Wheat, spring 235 50,000 58,000 72,000 75,000 77,000
Wheat, winter remaining 2632 7,200 6,000 9,500 13,000 15,500
Wheat, winter seeded in previous fall 9,500 9,000 11,500 16,000 17,000
Ontario Barley 29 46,500 44,500 46,500 40,500 34,400
Canola 226 24,300 14,200 14,200 14,200 18,200
Corn for grain 215 900,400 758,800 831,600 819,500 857,900
Oats 29 30,400 30,400 52,600 24,300 28,300
Soybeans 221 1,052,200 1,242,400 1,185,700 1,096,700 1,244,400
Wheat, spring 235 32,400 32,400 50,600 36,400 36,400
Wheat, winter remaining 2632 422,900 313,600 255,000 394,600 364,200
Wheat, winter seeded in previous fall 429,000 350,100 273,200 404,700 374,300
East Barley 29 156,800 132,100 128,300 121,100 116,800
Canola 226 42,800 28,200 26,200 27,200 33,200
Corn for grain 215 1,329,000 1,124,100 1,207,900 1,195,700 1,256,800
Oats 29 126,600 131,500 166,600 118,200 105,100
Soybeans 221 1,375,500 1,627,700 1,532,400 1,453,700 1,676,200
Wheat, spring 235 90,900 101,700 136,700 125,100 128,300
Wheat, winter remaining 2632 434,100 323,800 270,300 413,800 386,300
Wheat, winter seeded in previous fall 442,700 364,100 291,500 428,400 398,500
Prairie provinces 33 Barley 29 2,683,100 2,225,800 2,488,800 2,442,300 2,201,500
Canary seed 85,000 111,300 131,500 105,200 103,100
Canola 226 8,114,000 8,336,500 8,300,000 8,176,700 9,170,200
Chick peas 2 72,800 68,800 46,500 64,700 54,600
Corn for grain 215 163,900 121,400 117,400 149,700 190,200
Lentils 1,100,700 1,262,600 1,632,900 2,371,500 1,782,600
Mustard seed 24 147,800 202,300 139,600 212,300 153,800
Oats 29 1,125,000 983,400 1,153,300 1,001,700 1,169,500
Soybeans 221 493,700 623,300 669,800 758,800 1,270,700
Sunflower seed 27 28,300 30,400 40,500 28,300 20,200
Wheat, durum 2 2,009,300 1,922,300 2,355,200 2,505,000 2,106,400
Wheat, spring 235 7,577,700 6,908,100 6,707,700 6,068,200 6,244,400
Wheat, winter remaining 2632 378,400 364,200 246,800 240,800 165,900
Wheat, winter seeded in previous fall 467,400 457,200 269,100 252,900 216,500
Manitoba Barley 29 182,100 121,400 161,900 145,700 107,200
Canary seed .. .. .. .. ..
Canola 226 1,295,000 1,254,500 1,270,700 1,276,800 1,262,600
Corn for grain 215 153,800 105,200 101,200 139,600 165,900
Lentils .. .. .. .. ..
Mustard seed 24 .. .. .. .. ..
Oats 29 182,100 161,900 194,200 151,800 218,500
Soybeans 221 424,900 514,000 560,500 661,700 926,700
Sunflower seed 27 28,300 30,400 40,500 28,300 20,200
Wheat, durum 2 .. .. .. .. ..
Wheat, spring 235 1,167,400 1,032,000 1,179,600 1,129,100 1,062,400
Wheat, winter remaining 2632 178,100 121,400 89,000 68,800 28,300
Wheat, winter seeded in previous fall 242,800 176,000 95,100 70,800 56,700
Saskatchewan Barley 29 1,023,900 809,400 971,200 1,001,600 940,900
Canary seed 85,000 111,300 131,500 105,200 103,100
Canola 226 4,309,900 4,350,400 4,512,200 4,492,000 5,103,100
Chick peas 2 72,800 68,800 46,500 64,700 54,600
Corn for grain 215         ..
Lentils 1,060,300 1,218,100 1,517,500 2,138,800 1,586,300
Mustard seed 24 109,300 147,700 103,200 157,800 125,500
Oats 29 708,200 550,400 688,000 558,500 671,800
Soybeans 221 68,800 109,300 109,300 97,100 344,000
Sunflower seed 27 .. .. .. .. ..
Wheat, durum 2 1,766,500 1,699,700 2,023,400 2,031,500 1,665,300
Wheat, spring 235 3,814,300 3,429,800 3,156,600 2,780,200 2,810,500
Wheat, winter remaining 2632 137,600 174,000 97,100 97,100 95,100
Wheat, winter seeded in previous fall 157,800 202,300 105,200 101,200 107,200
Alberta Barley 29 1,477,100 1,295,000 1,355,700 1,295,000 1,153,400
Canary seed .. .. .. .. ..
Canola 226 2,509,100 2,731,600 2,517,100 2,407,900 2,804,500
Chick peas 2 .. .. .. .. ..
Corn for grain 215 10,100 16,200 16,200 10,100 24,300
Lentils 40,400 44,500 115,400 232,700 196,300
Mustard seed 24 38,500 54,600 36,400 54,500 28,300
Oats 29 234,700 271,100 271,100 291,400 279,200
Sunflower seed 27 .. .. .. .. ..
Wheat, durum 2 242,800 222,600 331,800 473,500 441,100
Wheat, spring 235 2,596,000 2,446,300 2,371,500 2,158,900 2,371,500
Wheat, winter remaining 2632 62,700 68,800 60,700 74,900 42,500
Wheat, winter seeded in previous fall 66,800 78,900 68,800 80,900 52,600
British Columbia Barley 29 26,300 21,900 24,300 22,700 17,000
Canola 226 40,500 42,500 36,400 38,400 38,400
Oats 29 32,400 27,500 30,400 27,100 28,300
Wheat, spring 235 37,600 37,600 40,400 40,500 17,800
Wheat, winter remaining 2632 .. .. .. .. ..
Wheat, winter seeded in previous fall .. .. .. .. ..
West Barley 29 2,709,400 2,247,700 2,513,100 2,465,000 2,218,500
Canary seed 85,000 111,300 131,500 105,200 103,100
Canola 226 8,154,500 8,379,000 8,336,400 8,215,100 9,208,600
Chick peas 2 72,800 68,800 46,500 64,700 54,600
Corn for grain 215 163,900 121,400 117,400 149,700 190,200
Lentils 1,100,700 1,262,600 1,632,900 2,371,500 1,782,600
Mustard seed 24 147,800 202,300 139,600 212,300 153,800
Oats 29 1,157,400 1,010,900 1,183,700 1,028,800 1,197,800
Soybeans 221 493,700 623,300 669,800 758,800 1,270,700
Sunflower seed 27 28,300 30,400 40,500 28,300 20,200
Wheat, durum 2 2,009,300 1,922,300 2,355,200 2,505,000 2,106,400
Wheat, spring 235 7,615,300 6,945,700 6,748,100 6,108,700 6,262,200
Wheat, winter remaining 2632 378,400 364,200 246,800 240,800 165,900
Wheat, winter seeded in previous fall 467,400 457,200 269,100 252,900 216,500

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Farm surveys collect data from Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta at all five survey occasions during the crop year (which extends from the December to the following November occasion). However, data are collected twice a year (in the June Farm survey on seeded areas and in the November Farm survey on final crop production) for Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and British Columbia, which represent between 2% and 4% of national totals. As of July 2014 for the Atlantic provinces and British Columbia, July and September production estimates are calculated using the final estimates of the last three crop years. The harvested area is first estimated based on the ratio obtained from the sum of harvested areas of the last three years over the sum of the seeded areas of the last three years. This average ratio is applied to their current year's reported seeded acreage from the June survey. This estimated harvested area is then multiplied by the average yield of the last three years to estimate production.
For imperial data see CANSIM table 001-0017.
Seeded area, yield and production of all wheat in Alberta include relatively small estimates of winter wheat for years 1921 to 1977.
Data begin in 1908 for Ontario, in 1976 for Canada, Prairies and Alberta, in 1981 for Saskatchewan, in 1986 for Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec and Manitoba. Average farm price began in 1978.
Data for British Columbia begin in 1910.
Data for Nova Scotia were discontinued in 1931, re-activated in 1981 and discontinued again in 1986. Data for New Brunswick were also discontinued in 1931. Data for Quebec were discontinued in 1981 and re-activated in 1991. Data for British Columbia begin in 1910.
Data for Quebec were discontinued in 1981 and re-activated in 1991. Data for Nova Scotia begin in 1981 and ends in 1986. Data for the Prairies begin in 1976. Prior to 1977, data for Quebec, Ontario and British Columbia are the same as all rye.
Data for Manitoba were discontinued in 1987.
Data for the three Prairie provinces and British Columbia begin in 1910. Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and British Columbia data were discontinued in 1987, but data for New Brunswick were re-activated in 1991.
Data were discontinued between 1932 and 1966 for Quebec. Data began in 1941 for Manitoba, in 1979 for Alberta and in 1983 for Nova Scotia.
Data were discontinued in 1941 for Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia. Ontario data were discontinued in 1980 and re-activated in 1986. Data for Manitoba begin in 1925.
Data were discontinued in 1931 for Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, in 1974 for Ontario and in 1975 for Quebec. Saskatchewan and Alberta data begin in 1910. Data for British Columbia also begin in 1910 but were discontinued in 1977 and re-activated in 1995.
Data were discontinued in 1931 for Nova Scotia, in 1939 for Saskatchewan and in 1941 for New Brunswick and British Columbia. Data for Alberta were discontinued in 1941 and re-activated in 1991. Data for Quebec were discontinued in 1976 and re-activated in 1991. Data begin in 1991 for Manitoba, in 1918 for Saskatchewan and Alberta and in 1910 for British Columbia.
Data for Quebec begin in 1910 and were discontinued in 1972. Data for Ontario also begin in 1910, but were discontinued in 1973, and data for British Columbia begin in 1924 and were discontinued in 1972.
Most of the soybean crop is grown in Ontario but it was also grown in small areas in other provinces in the years 1942 to 1945. The total for Canada includes this production but provincial data are not shown. Data begin in 1991 for Prince Edward Island and in 1986 for Quebec. Data for Manitoba begin in 1956 and were discontinued in 1960.
Data begin in 1952 for Manitoba and in 1960 for Saskatchewan.
Estimates are not available for small area, which were grown in Alberta and Ontario between 1943 and 1945. Data begin in 1996 for Quebec, in 1983 for Ontario, in 1955 for Alberta and in 1967 for British Columbia.
Data for Saskatchewan begin in 1943 and were discontinued in 1946, and began again in 1963. Data for Alberta begin in 1958 and were discontinued in 1974, and began again in 1986.
Data for Quebec begin in 1944 and were discontinued in 1986. Data for Ontario were discontinued in 1968 due to shutdown of processing facilities at Chatham. Data for Manitoba begin in 1940 and were discontinued in 1997.
Data for Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick were discontinued in 1941 and re-activated in 1975. Data for Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick were discontinued again in 1987 and data for New Brunswick were re-reactivated in 1991. Data were discontinued in 1972 for Saskatchewan and in 1953 for Alberta. Data for the Prairie provinces and British Columbia begin in 1910. Data for Canada do not include production data for the Maritime provinces in 1975.
Totals may not equal the sum of their parts due to the use of conversion factors or rounding of fractions to whole numbers.
Winter wheat remaining and fall rye remaining indicate the areas seeded in the fall of the previous year that are remaining after winterkill.
Prairies includes Manitoba, Alberta and Saskatchewan, but excludes British Columbia.
All wheat includes spring wheat, durum wheat and winter wheat seeded in the fall.
The spring wheat breakdown is only available for the Western provinces. The spring wheat total at the Canada level includes spring wheat from the Eastern provinces and the spring wheat breakdown from the Western provinces.
All rye includes spring rye and fall rye seeded in the fall.
Respondents are asked to report the percentage moisture of their harvested fodder corn. Estimates of production for fodder corn are calculated using a standard percentage moisture content of 70%.
Respondents are asked to report the percentage moisture of their harvested hay for silage. Estimates of production for total hay is reported at a standard dry matter content of 90%.
The category Tame hay above represents the sum of estimates originally reported under the 2 following questionnaire categories: Alfalfa and alfalfa mixtures and Other tame hay.

Source:  Statistics Canada. Table  001-0010 -  Estimated areas, yield, production and average farm price of principal field crops, in metric units, annual,  CANSIM (database). (accessed: )
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