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FAOSTAT provides time-series and cross sectional international data from the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations relating to food and agriculture for some 200 countries. It will soon support a national version, CountrySTAT,for a number of target countries, primarily in sub-saharan Africa.
Major contents include: commodities by country, coutries by commodities, countries ranked in the world by commodity, food production, trade, food supply, supply utilization accounts/food balance domain (sua/fbs) (e.g. production, trade, feed & seed, waste, other utilization, consumption, quantities, calories, proteins, fats), food security, food prices, resources, forestry, fisheries, country data.
The National Agriculture Statistics Service (NASS) is one of the main statistical gathering units of the USDA, and publishes U.S., state, and county level agricultural statistics for many commodities and data series. It covers data on crop production, livestock production, costs and prices, demographics, and environmental aspects of agriculture.Data can be retrieved by commodity, watershed, state, county, nationally, and by year.
The United States and Canadian Cattle Report is a result of a joint effort by Statistics Canada and NASS to release the number of cattle and calves by class and calf crop for both countries within one publication. This information was requested by the U.S. cattle industry to provide producers additional information about potential beef supplies.
These are statistical resources by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations.