This article brings into focus the issue of oversupply in the global market for the six major crops namely wheat, corn, sugar, soybean and cotton. Due to the oversupply of these crops in the international markets, there have been issues related to fall in prices. As the supply for a good increases in the market, due to demand and supply forces the price tend to fall. It was estimated that due to conflict amongst Russia and Ukraine, the supply would fall but that didn’t happen and the global forecast for wheat was at a record high. Same was the case for harvest in Germany and France but the overall supply seemed plentiful. The same pattern has been observed in Soybeans and corn for which the price fell substantially by 14.3% and 15.1% respectively. In Brazil, the price for sugar fell by about 16% in the past 2 months despite the fact there was a drought in South America. It has been reported by Mr. Ziebell that there has been fall of about 22.3% in the prices of cotton in China because of the scrapping of stockpiling program. This change in the policy would have some repercussions like for the mills of the domestic mills when would the cotton be available for them. Moreover, there are various other impacts which would follow this decision like it would impact the arrangements of subsidies and payments. Thus, the article shows the issue concerning to the increased supply in the global market. Even though, there were doubts about the good harvest of the crop because of bad weather conditions and war like situation in some nations, but the harvest for each of the crop was good. This resulted in overall rise in the market supply; in some cases like China, the government changed the policy related to stockpiling which also impacted various other policies associated with the same. The situation discussed involves the economic concept of demand and supply, as the supply of a particular commodity rises, the price generally goes down.