- Top 10 Sacramento County farm commodities in 2012, in millions
Grapes, wine $149.5
Corn, field $32.7
Pears, bartlett $31
Nursery stock $23.6
Hay, alfalfa $16.5
Cattle and calves $16.3
All others $65.7
— Source: Sacramento County Agriculture Commissioner
Posted: Thursday, November 21, 2013 2:21 pm
Sacramento County agriculture officials are attributing the farm-to-fork movement for making 2012’s agriculture production higher than it has ever been.
Agricultural Commissioner Juli Jensen believes the idea of celebrating the county’s crops in restaurants and residences is bringing a lot of recognition to local agriculture.
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