Agriculture


Image of Agricultural land in San Joaquin County San Joaquin County is the 7th largest agricultural producing county in California, and the 7th largest export market for agricultural goods in the nation. In 2012, San Joaquin agricultural production was valued at $2.87 billion. 2015 brought in $2.73 billion

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 Crop  Gross Value (in millions, 2015)
 Almond (meats)  $433
 Milk  $372
 Walnuts, English  $320
 Grapes, All  $351
 Tomatoes, All  $149
 Hay  $72
 Cattle, Calves  $152
 Cherries, All  $181
 Silage Corn  $50
 Grain Corn  $36

 Crop  Gross Value (in millions, 2015)
 Almond (meats)  $433
 Milk  $372
 Walnuts, English  $320
 Grapes, All  $351
 Tomatoes, All  $149
 Hay  $72
 Cattle, Calves  $152
 Cherries, All  $181
 Silage Corn  $50
 Grain Corn  $36

Crop Gross in Millions (2015)
Almond $433
Milk $372
Walnuts, English $320
Grapes, All $351
Tomatoes, All $149
Hay $72
Cattle, Calves $152
Cherries, All $181
Silage, Corn $50
Grain Corn $36

Crop Report Summary of Key Points:


The table to the left shows the gross in millions of specific agricultural goods tracked in 2015. Almonds are currently the top producer in the fruit and nut crops in San Joaquin County. Grapes and walnuts are the next largest agricultural producers. Fruits and nut crops make up most of the agricultural monetary value in our county, with livestock and poultry products following in second, and vegetables third. In 2015, overall there was less production in each crop category than there was in 2014.