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Australia's top agriculture, fisheries & forestry exports (a) 2013

Rank Commodity (b) (c) $ million % share
1 Wheat 6,085 14.7
2 Beef 5,695 13.7
3 Meat (excl beef) 2,884 6.9
4 Wool & other animal hair (incl tops) 2,608 6.3
5 Cotton 2,604 6.3
6 Oil-seeds & oleaginous fruits, soft 2,516 6.1
7 Wine 1,844 4.4
8 Barley 1,530 3.7
9 Sugars, molasses & honey 1,485 3.6
10 Milk, cream, whey & yoghurt 1,306 3.1
11 Animal feed 1,164 2.8
12 Live animals (excl seafood) 1,036 2.5
13 Hides & skins, raw (excl furskins) 1,029 2.5
14 Fruit & nuts 1,025 2.5
15 Vegetables 1,019 2.5
16 Edible products & preparations 992 2.4
17 Cheese & curd 781 1.9
18 Crustaceans 740 1.8
19 Cereal preparations 704 1.7
20 Wood in chips or particles 656 1.6
Total agriculture, fisheries & forestry exports 41,502 100.0

(a) Based on the WTO definition of agriculture, fisheries & forestry as set out in the definitions & methodology section of the WTO International Trade Statistics publication, which includes alcoholic beverages.
(b) Recorded trade basis.
(c) Excludes confidential items of trade except sugar.
Based on ABS trade data on DFAT STARS database.

Agriculture, fisheries & forestry exports

($ billion)

A$31.7b in 2002; A$25.1b in 2003; A$30.1b in 2004; A$27.8b in 2005; A$29.3b in 2006; A$26.9b in 2007; A$30.9b in 2008; A$29.9b in 2009; A$30.1b in 2010; A$36.1b in 2011; A$37.2b in 2012; A$41.5b in 2013

Based on ABS trade data on DFAT STARS database and ABS special data services.

Last Updated: 2 February 2015
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