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WASDE Report

The World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) is prepared and released by the World Agricultural Outlook Board (WAOB). The report is released monthly, and provides annual forecasts for supply and use of U.S. and world wheat, rice, coarse grains, oilseeds, and cotton. The report also covers U.S. supply and use of sugar, meat, poultry eggs and milk, as well as Mexico’s supply and use of sugar. The WAOB chairs the Interagency Commodity Estimates Committees (ICECs), which include analysts from key USDA agencies who compile and interpret information from USDA and other domestic and foreign sources to produce the report. For more information about the WASDE process and data, visit the WASDE FAQs page.
 

NOTES TO USERS:
Errata: On June 10, 2021, the World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates Report (WASDE) was reposted to correct an error in the write-up of sugar section. The Mexico production was reported as 5.200 MT. The correct amount is 5.700 million MT. The sugar tables were not affected. The PDF file was corrected and posted at 1:15 pm on June 10.

Changes to WASDE starting May: Starting with the May 12, 2021 release (issue No. 612), the following changes will be made to the World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report:

  • U.S. Soybeans and Products Supply and Use (page 15): “Biofuel” will replace “Biodiesel” in the soybean oil section, reflecting recent changes to the monthly biofuels data reported by the U.S. Energy Information Administration. The WASDE will follow soybean oil used for biofuel as reported in the Monthly Biofuels Capacity and Feedstocks Update - Table 2C (PDF, 287 KB).
  • World Soybean Meal Supply and Use (page 29): Soybean meal supply and use for China will be presented separately.
  • The U.S. Rice Supply and Use table (page 14): The table will include separate categories for U.S. imports of long-grain and combined medium and short-grain rice. The addition is made due to the significant rise in U.S. imports of long-grain and medium- and short-grain rice over the past decade.
  • The United Kingdom officially left the European Union on January 1, 2021; the trade bloc now has 27 member states instead of 28. Beginning with the January 2021 WASDE report, the heading for the EU-28 region will change from “European Union” to “EU-27+UK”. Starting May 2021, (when projections for the new Marketing Year are released), the UK data will be disaggregated from the regional total and presented separately in the report, where applicable.
See the May WASDE tables mock-up (PDF, 908 KB)

Process for correcting an error in WASDE text or tables: If the WASDE report is reposted to correct an error in the tables or text, the file name (for all four file formats) will be changed to reflect that there is a new version, and an errata statement will be included in the file and posted on the OCE website to describe the change. For example, the name of the December 2019 WASDE is “wasde1219.xxx” If a revision were necessary, the corrected file would be posted as “wasde1219v2.xxx” If another revision was necessary, the next file would be posted as “wasde1219v3.xxx,”etc.


October 2021 WASDE Report (current)

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September 2021 WASDE Report (previous)

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NEW: Consolidated Historical WASDE Report Data 2010- 2021 (Wasde Report data in .CSV format updated each month, the day after the WASDE release)


WASDE Visualization (This visualization is updated each month at 3:00 pm, the day after the WASDE release)

WASDE Archive

View archived WASDE reports.

Cotton Estimates

View Upland and Extra Long Staple Cotton Estimates.

2021 WASDE Release Dates (12:00pm ET)

Jan. 12, Feb. 9, Mar. 9, Apr. 9, May. 12, Jun. 10, Jul. 12, Aug. 12, Sep. 10, Oct. 12, Nov. 9, and Dec. 9