Cattle and calves are an important product in this county. There are several breeds of beef cattle but Angus are the predominant breed in the valley. Livestock/poultry accounts for $152 million of San Joaquin County income. $4.95 billion in value to California.
San Joaquin County is 7th highest producing county in the state. Top 6 crops are: almonds, milk, grapes, walnuts, cherries, and cattle/calves. 230 different crops grow in the Central Valley: San Joaquin & Stanislaus Co.
Some of the products are: almonds, apples, apricots, blueberries, cherries, grapes, milk, olives, peaches, pears, and walnuts. Dairy, Beef and Poultry place a significant impact in the county. Other products are: beans, corn, silage, hay, safflower, wheat and nursery plants.