Winter Wheat: Area and Production
by County, 2007

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Acres remaining (June 1) Acres harvested Yield (bushels/acre) Production ('000 bushels) Production ('000 tonnes)
Brant
11,000
11,000
63
693
18.9
Chatham-Kent
53,000
53,000
77
4,081
111.1
Elgin
20,000
20,000
67
1,340
36.5
Essex
28,000
28,000
69
1,932
52.6
Haldimand-Norfolk
11,000
11,000
52
572
15.6
Hamilton
4,000
4,000
63
252
6.9
Lambton
40,000
40,000
69
2,760
75.1
Middlesex
40,000
40,000
77
3,080
83.8
Niagara
4,500
4,500
40
180
4.9
Oxford
31,000
31,000
81
2,511
68.3
Southern Ontario
242,500
242,500
71.8
17,401
473.6
Bruce
26,000
26,000
76
1,976
53.8
Dufferin
6,600
6,600
71
469
12.8
Grey
7,000
7,000
70
490
13.3
Halton
5,900
5,900
65
384
10.4
Huron
85,000
85,000
82
6,970
189.7
Peel
5,600
5,600
66
370
10.1
Perth
51,000
51,000
87
4,437
120.8
Simcoe
40,000
40,000
75
3,000
81.6
Waterloo
11,500
11,500
74
851
23.2
Wellington
35,000
35,000
76
2,660
72.4
Western Ontario
273,600
273,600
79.0
21,606
588.0
Durham
20,000
20,000
69
1,380
37.6
Haliburton
-
-
-
-
-
Hastings
3,800
3,800
58
220
6.0
Kawartha Lakes
11,000
11,000
62
682
18.6
Muskoka
-
-
-
-
-
Northumberland
12,000
12,000
60
720
19.6
Parry Sound
-
-
-
-
-
Peterborough
4,100
4,100
53
217
5.9
Prince Edward
9,500
9,500
56
532
14.5
York
7,000
7,000
57
399
10.9
Central Ontario
67,400
67,400
61.6
4,151
113.0
Frontenac
-
-
-
-
-
Lanark
-
-
-
-
-
Leeds and Grenville
-
-
-
-
-
Lennox and Addington
3,600
3,600
55
198
5.4
Ottawa
-
-
-
-
-
Prescott and Russell
-
-
-
-
-
Renfrew
-
-
-
-
-
Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry
-
-
-
-
-
Eastern Ontario
6,500
6,500
56.8
369
10.0
Algoma
-
-
-
-
-
Cochrane
-
-
-
-
-
Greater Sudbury
-
-
-
-
-
Kenora
-
-
-
-
-
Manitoulin
-
-
-
-
-
Nipissing
-
-
-
-
-
Rainy River
-
-
-
-
-
Sudbury
-
-
-
-
-
Thunder Bay
-
-
-
-
-
Timiskaming
4,000
4,000
57
228
6.2
Northern Ontario
5,000
5,000
54.8
274
7.5
Ontario
595,000
595,000
73.6
43,800
1,192.0

Note: Please note that the figures above are estimates primarily derived from a probability survey conducted by Statistics Canada, in conjunction with other administrative data sources. The probability survey is designed to produce accurate field crop area and yield information for the province as a whole. However, the accuracy of county and district estimates may suffer, particularly when the level of farming activity in a given area is relatively small. Thus, a measure of caution is advised when using sub-provincial estimates.

Agricorp and Statistics Canada: Field Crop Reporting Series

Author:
Bill McGee - Coordinator, Statistics Section/OMAFRA
Last Reviewed: 28 March 2008

For more information:
E-mail: stats.omafra@ontario.ca