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Agriculture (a): Gross value of production by commodity, Queensland, 2006–07 to 2016–17 (b)(c)

Commodity Financial year
  2006–07 2007–08 2008–09 2009–10 2010–11 2011–12 2012–13 2013–14 2014–15 2015–16 2016–17
  —  $m  —
Crops
 
   Sugar cane 1,121.5 799.0 967.6 1,316.2 888.4 1,079.5 1,071.6 1,165.0 1,239.1 1,208.8 1,527.3
 
   Cereals for grain:
      Barley 19.2 44.0 43.3 24.1 26.9 39.5 47.1 49.8 79.1 102.5 101.7
      Grain sorghum 189.2 637.2 355.7 171.9 251.7 278.5 360.4 261.2 485.8 312.0 139.4
      Maize 22.0 n.a. n.a. n.a. 40 50.8 51.2 43.7 63.1 52.0 45.2
      Rice 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.9 0.6 0.1 0.0 n.a. 0.0 4.7 0.2
      Wheat 187.5 353.4 535.6 301.1 378.4 413.0 511.5 339.2 328.6 383.6 361.4
      Other 11.2 5.0 80.8 1.4 12.5 7.4 15.7 6.8 19.3 12.7 24.6
      Total cereals for grain 429.1 1,039.6 1,015.4 499.4 710.1 789.3 985.9 700.7 975.8 867.5 672.5
 
   Fruit and nuts (d):
      Bananas 761.9 354.4 390.2 448.3 283.1 415.4 456.5 322.8 440.8 401.2 525.8
      Citrus 131.6 94.1 68.1 80.5 133.2 74.2 81.4 83.2 129.0 189.2 210.8
      Pineapples 91.3 n.a. n.a. n.a. 50.2 n.a. 45.0 57.0 52.8 50.5 61.2
      Other 474.5 644.5 512.9 516.6 395.1 450.6 552.9 600.9 543.3 696.0 693.4
      Total fruit and nuts 1,459.3 1,093.0 971.2 1,045.4 861.6 940.2 1,135.8 1,063.8 1,165.8 1,336.9 1,491.2
 
   Vegetables:
      Potatoes 55.2 58.4 54.1 57.1 51.5 42.8 71.7 43.4 62.8 39.8 41.3
      Tomatoes 169.1 209.6 187.9 144.9 229.8 162.7 218.1 133.8 122.5 123.4 179.4
      Other 778.0 727.1 709.6 666.8 796.1 714.1 751.6 794.3 813.8 924.1 1,045.0
      Total vegetables 1,002.3 995.1 951.6 868.8 1,077.4 919.6 1,041.4 971.5 999.2 1,087.3 1,265.8
 
   Other:
      Cotton (e) 121.3 79.2 325.2 301.1 776.1 981.0 677.1 697.7 383.2 465.8 621.8
      Crops for hay 194.4 201.4 136.9 136.4 111 88.0 113.9 119.0 128.4 139.0 96.1
      Legumes for grain 43.1 n.a. n.a. n.a. 92.2 137.1 n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a.
      Nurseries, flowers and turf (f) 287.5 342.0 297.0 327.8 293.9 315.0 313.7 292.5 289.8 273.5 254.0
      Oilseeds 3.8 n.a. n.a. 0.5 10.2 17.0 15.2 7.1 15.2 13.5 9.2
      Pastures and grasses n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a.
      Peanuts 13.8 n.a. n.a. n.a. 14.7 20.4 16.4 15.9 15.2 16.1 19.4
      Tobacco n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a.
      Other 132.1 251.1 218.6 260.1 65.6 35.6 212.7 128.4 178.2 420.8 764.3
   Total crops 4,751.8 4,800.4 4,883.5 4,755.7 4,901.2 5,322.7 5,583.5 5,161.5 5,389.8 5,829.0 6,721.5
 
Livestock
 
   Slaughterings (g):
      Cattle and calves 3,815.9 3,314.7 3,365.6 3,228.7 3,418.1 3,450.1 3,460.8 3,890.1 5,076.3 5,860.6 5,731.2
      Pigs 236.6 233.8 241.7 230.9 221.3 211.9 216.2 261.7 269.9 320.5 293.1
      Poultry 239.4 315.0 350.5 358.5 395.5 429.5 461.2 494.2 588.0 589.9 650.6
      Sheep and lambs 44.8 56.9 59.6 45.1 54.9 59.1 38.6 60.6 66.4 58.0 9.1
      Other 22.8 14.7 15.9 24.6 39.2 27.6 26.0 31.0 44.5 49.8 46.5
      Total slaughterings 4,359.5 3,935.1 4,033.2 3,887.8 4,129.0 4,178.2 4,202.8 4,737.5 6,045.1 6,878.8 6,730.5
 
   Livestock products:
      Liquid whole milk 207.1 251.6 293.0 296.2 257.5 259.5 245.0 231.4 235.8 236.7 250.9
      Eggs 92.9 105.0 109.0 110.3 149.0 159.2 168.4 190.3 201.7 210.1 234.4
      Honey and beeswax n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a.
      Wool 120.2 102.9 86.9 87.2 117.8 115.1 100.4 80.3 66.2 62.3 76.5
      Other n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a.
      Total livestock products 420.2 459.4 488.8 493.6 524.3 533.9 513.7 502.1 503.7 509.1 561.8
 
   Total livestock 4,779.7 4,394.5 4,522.0 4,381.4 4,653.3 4,712.1 4,716.5 5,239.6 6,548.8 7,387.9 7,292.3
 
Total value of production 9,531.5 9,195.0 9,405.5 9,137.1 9,554.5 10,034.8 10,300.0 10,401.1 11,938.6 13,216.9 14,013.8
n.a. = not available
–   Zero or rounded to zero
 
(a)  The scope of the Agricultural Census has changed over time. Prior to 1986–87, it included establishments undertaking agricultural activity having an estimated value of agricultural output of $2,500 or more; from 1986–87 to 1989–1990, $20,000 or more; from 1990–91 to 1992–93, $22,500 or more; and from 1993–94, $5,000 or more. In 2007-08, changes to the ABS Agricultural survey program resulted in the annual Agricultural Survey (AS) being combined with a benchmark survey of land management practices by agricultural businesses, and a survey of management responses to adverse seasonal conditions experienced by affected agricultural businesses. The combined survey was the Agricultural Resource Management Survey (ARMS).
(b)  For crops, usually season ended 31 March; for livestock, year ended 30 June.
(c)  From 2005–06 onwards estimates are not directly comparable with historical time series for most crops and for eggs due to change in methodology, scope and data compilation.
(d) Prior to 2008–09, only fruit was included.
(e)  Includes value of cotton seed.
(f)  2006–07 onward includes Nursery production only.
(g)  Includes slaughterings and other disposals, including net live exports.
 
Source:  ABS 7503.3, Value of Agricultural Commodities Produced, Queensland, various editions; ABS 7503.0, Value of Agricultural Commodities Produced, Australia, various editions.
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