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Table 2 Global total supply, use and ending stocks for major grainsa2010/11 to 2012/13

From: Alternative mechanisms for achieving food security in Oman

World Output Total supply Tradeb Total usec Ending stock
Total grainsd 2010/11 2,197.05 2,687.72 283.61 2,229.86 457.87
2011/12 (estimate) 2,300.38 2,758.25 303.91 2,295.91 462.34
2012/13 (projection) April NA NA NA NA NA
May 2,372.05 2,834.39 303.46 2,356.46 477.93
Wheat 2010/11 651.14 851.20 132.43 654.46 196.74
2011/12 (estimate) 694.64 891.38 146.74 694.35 197.03
2012/13 (projection) April NA NA NA NA NA
May 677.56 874.59 137.02 686.47 188.13
Coarse graine 2010/11 1,096.61 1,292.05 116.34 1,129.62 162.43
2011/12 (estimate) 1,142.44 1,304.86 123.09 1,143.71 161.16
2012/13 (projection) April NA NA NA NA NA
May 1,228.04 1,389.20 131.31 1,204.27 184.92
Rice milled 2010/11 449.30 544.47 34.83 445.78 98.70
2011/12 (estimate) 463.31 562.01 34.07 457.85 104.15
2012/13 (projection) April NA NA NA NA NA
May 466.45 570.60 35.13 465.73 104.88
  1. Data presented in millions of metric tons. NA, not available. Data from[15]. aAggregate of local marketing years. bBased on export estimate. See individual commodity tables for treatment of export/import imbalances. cTotal use for the United States is equal to domestic consumption only (excludes exports). dWheat, coarse grains and milled rice. eCorn, sorghum, barley, oats, rye, millet and mixed grains (for the United States, excludes millet and mixed grains).