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California's farm sales were over $50 billion in 2017, making them 13 percent of US farm sales. The leading commodities were dairy products worth $6.6 billion; grapes worth $5.8 billion; almonds worth $5.6 billion; strawberries worth $3.1 billion; cattle worth $2.5 billion; and lettuce worth $2.4 billon. About 40 percent of the California's commodities by value were exported.
Three California counties each had farm sales of over $7 billion in 2017, led by Kern with $7.25 billion and Tulare and Fresno with just over $7 billion each. The leading commodities in Kern county were grapes worth $1.8 billion, almonds worth $1.2 billion, and citrus worth $940 million.