San Joaquin County is one of the most agriculturally rich regions in California. Approximately five million acres of irrigated farmlands produce an abundance of cotton, grains, vegetables, fruits, nuts and wine grapes. This county leads the state in production of asparagus, with twenty-four thousand acres of farmland dedicated to this crop. Another impressive leader is the wine grape, boosting San Joaquin economy, as vineyards and wineries have sprung up from Stockton to Lodi. The San Joaquin’s grape harvest accounts for more than 50% of the state wine grape crush.
San Joaquin County encompasses approximately 1,440 square miles of land east of the San Francisco Bay Area and south of the Sacramento area. This fertile county includes the San Joaquin Delta region, with 1,100 square miles of land and water generating economic success. The Delta supplies water to the San Joaquin Valley, Southern California, and portions of the Bay Area. Not only does San Joaquin County receive irrigation water from the Delta, but also from the North San Joaquin Irrigation District, Stockton East Water District, and approximately 6 other sources.
With a booming farm driven economy, fueled by great location and easy access to irrigation, San Joaquin County is the perfect setting for thriving agriculture properties.
Whether you are searching for that special San Joaquin County ag property for your ideal ranch or orchard, or need to sell your ag property, you can count on Premier California Properties to meet your needs and bring you success.
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