I am doing an analysis of a certain commodity, using state-level data and, to me it seems implausible that the values for "Institutional Commodity Production" for two particular commodities are as great as they are, as shown in "Social Account Reports" in "Social Accounts Explorer". Here are the two commodities of interest and I was wondering if I could have an explanation as to why institutional commodity production would exceed industry commodity production by as much as it does. Furthermore, could someone provide an explanation as to where I can find a breakdown of how those specific institutions produce that commodity? Thank you in advance. Code____Description_______Industry________Institutional__________Total___________Net ________________________Commodity_______Commodity_____Commodity_______Commodity ________________________Production______Production_________Supply__________Supply 3001____Oilseeds________$159,032,383____$131,219,440____$290,251,823_____$217,136,932 3007____Tobacco_________$73,024,848_____$244,708,832____$317,733,680_____$260,432,086
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