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​Agricultural Production

San Joaquin County, with its 920,000 acres of agriculturally productive land, is California’s
7th-largest producer of agriculture. The San Joaquin region produced $2.53 billion in agriculture in 2017.

Crop Report Summary

Grapes are the most lucrative fruit and nut crop in San Joaquin County, while almonds and walnuts are the next highest. Fruits and nut crops comprise most of the agricultural revenue, followed by livestock and poultry, and vegetables third. Every crop category except vegetables increased production in 2017 from 2016. 
HERE to read the latest San Joaquin County Annual Crop Report!
Top 10 San Joaquin Crops Gross in Millions (2017)
Grapes $396
Milk $387
Almonds $363
Walnuts $317
Cherries $185
Cattle & Calves $104
Tomatoes $79
Potatoes $63
Hay (All) $59
Silage (Other) $36
 Top 10 Agriculture Counties  Gross in Millions (2017)
 Tulare  $7,040
 Fresno  $7,025
 Monterey  $4,425
 Stanislaus  $3,648
 Merced  $3,410
 San Joaquin  $2,528
 Ventura  $2,100
 Kings  $2,066
 Imperial  $2,066