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List of countries by barley production

This is a list of countries by Food and Agriculture Organization database.

Production by country >1,000,000 tonnes

Rank Country/Region Barley production
(tonnes)[1]
1  Russia 16,938,000
2  Ukraine 9,097,700
3  France 8,775,000
4  Germany 8,733,800
5  Spain 8,328,200
6  Australia 7,994,720
7  Canada 7,755,700
8  Turkey 7,600,000
9  United Kingdom 5,494,000
10  Argentina 4,076,940
11  Iran 3,918,980
12  United States 3,391,710
13  Poland 3,325,900
14  Denmark 3,264,100
15  Kazakhstan 2,593,100
16  Morocco 2,340,000
17  Belarus 2,012,600
18  Czech Republic 1,813,680
19  Ethiopia 1,703,350
20  India 1,622,900
21  People's Republic of China 1,636,900
22  Finland 1,520,600
23  Ireland 1,412,000
24  Sweden 1,389,500
25  Algeria 1,350,000
26  Romania 1,329,690
- World total 134,279,415

References

  1. ^ FAOSTAT
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