Top Millet Producing Countries

Top Millet Producing Countries
RankCountrytonnes
1India11560000.0
2Niger3790028.0
3China1997337.0
4China, mainland1996856.0
5Mali1806559.0
6Nigeria1500000.0
7Ethiopia1077616.0
8Sudan954000.0
9Burkina Faso828234.0
10Chad660175.0
11Senegal568939.0
12Pakistan335000.0
13United States of America330370.0
14United Republic of Tanzania317804.0
15Russian Federation317049.0
16Nepal306704.0
17Myanmar240000.0
18Uganda213832.0
19Guinea202668.0
20Ghana166945.0
21Cameroon102446.0
22Gambia98389.0
23Ukraine84440.0
24Democratic People's Republic of Korea74635.0
25Angola70000.0
26Yemen64978.0
27Côte d'Ivoire62000.0
28Kenya54000.0
29Namibia44377.0
30Democratic Republic of the Congo40779.0
31France40372.0
32Sierra Leone37979.0
33Kazakhstan37935.0
34Australia36112.0
35Malawi35121.0
36Zimbabwe33753.0
37Zambia32566.0
38Poland30785.0
39Togo26044.0
40Eritrea25000.0
41Benin25000.0
42Iran (Islamic Republic of)18400.0
43Belarus18365.0
44Mozambique15912.0
45Congo15247.0
46Guinea-Bissau15198.0
47Bangladesh15000.0
48Austria10680.0
49Burundi10355.0
50Central African Republic10000.0
51Afghanistan9040.0
52Saudi Arabia8055.0
53Uzbekistan6927.0
54Libya6561.0
55Sri Lanka5574.0
56South Africa5413.0
57Argentina5328.0
58Morocco5220.0
59Rwanda5152.0
60South Sudan5000.0
61Turkey4737.0
62Bulgaria4432.0
63Hungary4000.0
64Iraq3919.0
65Viet Nam3770.0
66Syrian Arab Republic3605.0
67Mauritania3330.0
68Bhutan1739.0
69Republic of Korea1597.0
70Botswana1322.0
71Spain1290.0
72Czechia989.0
73Switzerland788.0
74Slovakia706.0
75China, Taiwan Province of481.0
76Slovenia368.0
77Japan187.0
78Croatia171.0
79Azerbaijan160.0
80Greece114.0
81Kyrgyzstan93.0
82Serbia92.0
83Tajikistan65.0
84The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia65.0
85Republic of Moldova58.0
86Jordan24.0

Including inter alia: barnyard or Japanese millet (Echinocloa frumentacea); ragi, finger or African millet (Eleusine coracana); teff (Eragrostis abyssinica); common, golden or proso millet (Panicum miliaceum); koda or ditch millet (Paspalum scrobiculatum); pearl or cattail millet (Pennisetum glaucum); foxtail millet (Setaria italica). Small-grained cereals that include a large number of different botanical species. Originated by the domestication of wild African grasses in the Nile valley and the Sahel zone, millets were subsequently taken to China and India. These cereals tolerate arid conditions and possess a small, highly nutritious grain that stores well. Used locally, both as a food and as a livestock feed. In all areas where they are cultivated, millets are used in traditional beer brewing. Also used as a feed for birds.

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