The farmgate value of major Victorian agricultural commodities and regions they are produced in is now available in the interactive report below.
By clicking on the graph or the map, users can customise their analysis to get a profile of all commodities for one region or investigate which regions of the state produced the most value for a specific commodity.
Milk was Victoria’s most valuable commodity ($3 billion) in 2019-20, with the largest value coming from the West Gippsland ($898m), Corangamite ($542 million) and Glenelg Hopkins ($526 million) regions.
The Glenelg Hopkins region produced the most farmgate value in 2019-20 ($2.8 billion). Lamb and mutton ($862 million), beef ($668 million) and milk ($526 million) were the largest value commodities in the region.
Data was sourced from the latest data release by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
For more information please contact:
Farm Business Economist