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All
Breeding
Under 50 
Pounds
50-119 
Pounds
120-179 
Pounds
180 Pounds 
and Over
Total
2000
150
20
32
43
45
10
130
2001
110
20
35
25
11
19
90
2002
150
22
39
32
29
28
128
2003
135
20
35
25
28
27
115
2004
140
20
32
32
26
30
120
2005
145
20
40
35
25
25
125
2006
145
20
40
40
20
25
125
2007
155
20
40
37
30
28
135
2008 
1
80
10
23
17
20
10
70
2009
100
7
26
18
19
30
93
2010
105
8
32
26
16
23
97
2011
105
6
26
26
22
25
99
1
Market categories changed to : Under 50 Pounds, 50-119 Pounds, 120-179 Pounds, and 180 Pounds and Over.
Hogs and Pigs by Class as of December 1, 2000-2011
Year
Hogs and Pigs
Market Hogs
1,000 Head
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.
Annual 
Total 
2
2000
192.8
180.4
201.9
175.0
194.6
189.2
173.2
200.9
183.3
205.0
186.3
195.0
2,277.5
2001
204.8
172.0
196.0
185.6
190.9
178.6
181.8
204.9
184.0
219.4
218.1
230.9
2,367.1
2002
207.6
176.4
185.7
195.5
203.9
184.9
207.5
213.7
206.1
232.4
186.8
228.2
2,428.7
2003
215.6
179.4
193.7
198.4
199.5
196.8
205.8
199.0
199.4
215.6
194.2
234.4
2,431.9
2004
227.5
180.3
219.6
212.5
183.9
214.8
207.4
214.8
223.6
203.5
210.1
221.6
2,519.7
2005
207.6
194.3
219.8
208.2
206.6
219.1
203.1
234.0
218.5
209.3
223.9
235.8
2,580.2
2006
217.2
190.2
231.3
201.3
220.5
221.8
203.1
232.2
205.4
223.0
216.2
219.7
2,582.0
2007
219.6
204.1
218.9
210.2
221.4
210.9
206.4
231.4
201.4
239.7
234.9
251.8
2,650.7
2008
232.6
208.2
207.6
218.8
216.4
211.9
224.8
231.5
232.7
253.0
207.5
262.1
2,707.0
2009
230.0
202.1
222.5
216.0
203.3
217.9
222.9
214.3
221.4
225.7
209.2
263.3
2,649.1
2010
202.2
202.6
215.9
204.3
193.3
212.3
201.7
217.6
213.4
211.2
212.3
247.6
2,534.3
2011
212.9
191.4
226.3
207.7
204.9
201.6
191.9
218.1
208.4
211.2
208.0
226.8
2,509.2
1
Includes slaughter in federally inspected and in other slaughter plants, but excludes animals slaughtered on farms.
2
Totals may not equal sum of parts due to rounding.
Hogs and Pigs Slaughtered Under Federal and State Inspections, 2000-2011 
1
Year
1,000 Head
2011
2009
14
118
8.4
11
99
9.0
2010
16
122
7.6
Sows Farrowed and Pig Crop, 2000-2011
Pigs Per Litter
Year
December - November
8.9
Sows Farrowed
1,000 Head
1,000 Head
Pig Crop
Number
40
2001
27
2000
371
330
9.4
33
8.7
35
2002
34
2005
9.3
239
304
9.0
2007
2004
33
2006
32
39
2003
21
2008
9.3
196
335
10.2
9.6
10.0
306
352
321
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1
The average rates are estimates based on survey indications of monthly lease rates for private, non-irrigated grazing land from the 
2
Includes animal unit plus cow-calf rates.  Cow-calf rate converted to animal unit (AUM) using (1 aum=cow-calf *0.833).
2011
17.30
21.50
18.20
2002
12.80
16.50
14.00
2010
14.30
2004
14.50
19.50
15.50
2003
13.50
2006
Grazing Fee Annual Average Rates, 2000-2011 
1
Year
Per Animal Unit 
2
Cow-Calf
Per Head
Dollars Per Month
12.70
2001
2000
12.30
15.50
13.00
2005
16.00
13.50
16.50
21.00
17.00
17.50
20.50
17.00
15.40
January Cattle Survey.
21.50
17.30
2008
17.80
22.10
18.50
2009
16.70
2007
16.50
16.40
20.50
17.00
21.00
17.50
2011
89,000
4,000
96,500
3,500
38,000
100,000
Goats by Class as of January 1, 2005-2012 
1
3,500
4,000
95,000
38,000
40,000
37,000
37,000
85,000
75,000
Meat and Other Goats
Milk Goats
Angora Goats
Year
Head
2008
Initiated in 2005.
2005
2006
2007
2009
3,000
3,000
95,000
2010
3,500
38,000
93,000
36,000
2012
3,500
41,000
Beginning Inventory 
December 1 (Previous 
Year)
Pig Crop        
(Dec.-Nov.)
Inshipments 
1
Marketings 
2
Farm Slaughter 
3
Deaths
Ending 
Inventory 
December 1
2000
190
371
45
374
7
75
150
2001
150
239
30
278
6
25
110
2002
110
304
45
284
5
20
150
2003
150
321
45
349
8
24
135
2004
135
352
40
350
7
30
140
2005
140
306
42
309
7
27
145
2006
145
330
12
286
7
49
145
2007
145
335
13
285
7
46
155
2008
155
196
59
300
7
23
80
2009
80
118
172
253
6
11
100
2010
100
122
181
280
6
12
105
2011
105
99
165
246
5
13
105
Excludes custom slaughter for farmers at commercial establishments. 
Hogs and Pigs Inventory, Supply and Disposition, 2000-2011
Year
1,000 Head
1
For feeding or breeding, excludes stock brought in for immediate slaughter. Inshipment ratios for 2006 and 2007 revised based on
new California Department of Food and Agriculture data.
2
Includes custom slaughter for use on farms where produced and state out-shipments, but excludes inter-farm sales.
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Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.
Annual 
Average 
1
Sheep
2000
30.00
31.50
37.50
36.00
31.50
28.00
31.00
31.50
28.50
30.50
31.50
34.00
31.50
2001
40.50
38.00
39.50
31.50
31.00
26.50
29.50
31.50
28.50
26.50
24.00
31.50
30.20
2002
30.00
30.00
31.00
27.50
27.00
22.00
26.00
29.50
30.50
25.50
34.00
36.50
27.10
2003
37.00
37.50
32.00
32.00
30.00
29.00
28.00
29.50
32.50
36.00
40.50
42.50
31.30
2004
36.00
43.00
43.00
35.00
32.50
28.00
28.50
30.50
35.00
36.50
36.50
42.50
32.20
2005
46.50
45.00
43.00
40.50
48.00
40.00
37.00
40.00
35.00
36.50
42.00
48.00
41.00
2006
48.00
48.50
40.00
37.50
30.50
28.00
22.50
26.50
36.00
36.00
38.00
43.00
31.40
2007
43.00
41.00
47.00
42.00
30.00
23.50
24.00
27.50
30.50
28.00
40.00
35.00
29.60
2008
43.00
29.00
33.00
24.00
20.00
22.00
23.00
25.00
23.00
27.00
34.00
39.50
24.30
2009
45.50
33.00
36.00
35.00
33.50
29.00
24.00
26.00
27.00
32.50
43.50
44.00
31.10
2010
60.50
48.00
50.00
52.00
42.00
39.00
38.00
40.00
48.00
56.00
60.00
62.00
45.60
2011 
2
Lambs
2000
72.00
72.00
80.00
81.00
91.00
90.00
87.00
83.00
79.00
75.00
70.00
68.00
79.10
2001
69.00
78.00
80.00
78.00
76.50
72.00
68.00
60.00
56.00
51.50
50.00
57.00
67.30
2002
60.50
63.50
63.00
61.00
62.00
72.50
75.00
73.50
74.50
74.50
77.00
79.00
69.40
2003
82.00
86.00
90.50
90.00
91.00
92.00
85.00
83.00
88.50
89.00
87.50
87.00
88.00
2004
89.00
93.00
96.00
91.00
91.50
94.00
89.00
86.00
87.50
86.50
86.50
90.50
90.40
2005
100.00
101.00
103.00
99.00
103.00
104.00
101.00
96.00
97.50
93.50
93.50
89.50
98.90
2006
80.50
86.50
78.50
73.50
72.00
83.50
87.00
88.50
90.00
91.50
91.50
89.50
84.00
2007
87.50
88.50
90.50
87.00
89.00
91.00
92.50
91.00
94.50
92.50
92.00
89.00
90.50
2008
89.00
89.00
88.50
84.00
86.00
93.00
95.50
95.00
91.50
95.00
97.50
92.50
91.30
2009
91.50
93.00
88.00
85.00
88.50
96.00
92.50
88.00
87.50
86.00
83.00
82.50
88.70
2010
84.50
90.00
99.00
98.00
101.00
104.00
106.00
110.00
113.00
118.00
120.00
126.00
106.00
2011 
2
Monthly price estimates discontinued 2011.
Sheep and Lambs Average Prices Received, 2000-2010
Year
$/Cwt.
Average weighted by amount sold each month.
Ewes 1 Yr.+
Wethers and Rams 1 Yr. +
2000
810
310
15
2001
805
310
15
2002
755
290
15
2003
730
290
10
2004
675
290
10
2005
690
290
10
2006
650
290
10
2007
610
290
10
2008
620
285
10
2009
660
290
10
2010
610
263
12
2011
600
273
12
2012
570
265
10
All Sheep
Sheep and Lambs on Feed 
for Market
Replacement Lambs
Stock Sheep
Total
Year
1,000 Head
45
45
50
45
45
45
50
45
Sheep and Lambs by Class as of January 1, 2000-2012
45
45
40
50
45
370
370
350
350
340
350
345
350
340
345
320
330
320
440
435
405
380
335
290
270
250
340
305
260
280
315
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Sheep
Lambs
Sheep
Lambs
2000
810
300
355
47
578
5
17
13
805
2001
805
280
305
60
538
5
19
13
755
2002
755
280
320
51
538
5
18
13
730
2003
730
255
330
46
560
5
18
11
675
2004
675
270
245
39
430
5
15
11
690
2005
690
260
195
44
420
5
15
11
650
2006
650
250
170
35
398
5
19
13
610
2007
610
240
125
49
275
5
15
11
620
2008
620
230
115
31
239
5
18
12
660
2009
660
250
95
58
306
5
16
10
610
2010
610
270
225
23
442
5
16
9
610
2011 
4
Publication of Sheep and Lamb production, disposition and income estimated discontinued after the 2011 publication.
Total includes new crop lambs.
2
Includes custom slaughter for use on farms where produced, but excludes inter-farm sales.
3
Excludes custom slaughter for farmers at commercial establishments.
Sheep and Lambs Inventory, Supply and Disposition, 2000-2011
Year
Beginning 
Inventory 
January 1 
1
Lamb Crop
Inshipments
Marketings 
2
Farm Slaughter 
Sheep and 
Lambs 
3
Deaths
Ending 
Inventory 
January 1 
1
1,000 Head
Per Animal
Total
1,000 Head
Pounds
1,000 lbs
$/Lb.
$1,000
2000
510
7.4
3,750
0.29
1,088
2001
480
7.3
3,500
0.35
1,225
2002
510
7.1
3,600
0.45
1,620
2003
500
7.0
3,500
0.79
2,765
2004
480
7.1
3,400
0.82
2,788
2005
500
7.0
3,500
0.70
2,450
2006
490
7.1
3,500
0.72
2,520
2007
460
6.7
3,100
0.85
2,635
2008
470
7.0
3,300
1.10
3,630
2009
450
6.1
2,725
0.85
2,316
2010
490
6.1
3,000
1.25
3,750
2011
470
6.2
2,900
1.70
4,930
Sheep and Lambs Shorn, Wool Production and Value, 2000-2011
Year
Production
Sheep and
Lambs Shorn
Total
Value
Value
Per Unit
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2000
6,319
45.3
238,796
Egg Production and Value,2000-2011 
1
Year
Eggs
Value Per Unit  
2
Total Value
Millions
¢/Doz.
$1,000
2001
6,082
47.1
238,951
2002
6,257
39.2
204,175
2003
5,454
62.3
283,219
2004
5,454
64.4
292,688
2005
5,271
42.8
187,965
2006
5,231
51.4
223,903
2007
5,290
78.6
346,426
1
Data covers the 12-month period of December 1 (of the previous year) through November 30.
2011
5,287
88.9
391,578
2
Average of all eggs, including hatching eggs.
2008
5,271
100.0
440,438
2009
5,304
72.4
319,805
2010
5,283
83.5
367,788
2010
2011
2011/2010
2010
2011
2011/2010
2010
2011
2011/2010
1,000
1,000
Percent
Number
Number
Percent
Millions
Millions
Percent
December 1
19,273
19,341
100
2,356
2,316
98
454
448
99
January
18,942
19,284
102
2,318
2,271
98
439
438
100
February
19,063
18,744
98
2,104
2,059
98
401
386
96
March
19,149
18,863
99
2,376
2,338
98
455
441
97
April
19,121
19,180
100
2,254
2,315
103
431
444
103
May
19,022
19,069
100
2,313
2,355
102
440
449
102
June
19,101
19,061
100
2,267
2,251
99
433
429
99
July
19,032
18,985
100
2,333
2,391
102
444
454
102
August
19,276
19,013
99
2,355
2,377
101
454
452
100
September
19,429
19,262
99
2,275
2,264
100
442
436
99
October
19,144
19,476
102
2,366
2,352
99
453
458
101
November
19,069
19,744
104
2,292
2,289
100
437
452
103
Average/Total
19,135
19,169
100
2,301
2,298
100
5,283
5,287
100
Average Number of Layers
Average Number of Eggs Per 100 Layers
Total Egg Production
Layers and Egg Production, 2010-2011
1    December of previous year.
Month
1
Includes home consumption.
2
Live weight equivalent price.
2008
16,000
435,200
58.0
252,416
2009
15,000
390,000
52.0
202,800
2010
15,200
408,880
64.0
2006
14,900
402,300
44.0
177,012
2007
16,200
450,360
47.0
211,669
2004
15,400
405,020
41.0
166,058
2005
14,900
406,770
43.0
174,911
2002
17,700
438,960
36.0
158,026
2003
17,500
423,500
35.0
148,225
2000
18,000
439,200
48.0
210,816
262,910
Turkey Production and Value, 2000-2011
Year
Turkeys
Meat Produced 
1
Value Per Unit  
2
Total Value
1,000 Head
1,000 Pounds
¢/Lb.
$1,000
2001
18,700
450,670
47.0
211,815
2011
15,000
421,500
68.0
287,463
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alifornia continued as the leading fresh market
vegetable producing state in 2011, accounting for  
44 percent of the U.S. harvested area, 50 percent of 
the national production, and 52 percent of the value, 
for the 24 selected vegetables and melons estimated.  
Fresh market production increased for artichokes, 
broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, sweet corn, garlic, 
head lettuce, watermelon, summer non storage onions, 
bell and chili peppers and fresh tomatoes.  Fresh 
vegetable crops with decreased production included, 
asparagus, snap beans, carrots, celery, cucumbers, 
romaine and leaf lettuce, cantaloupes, honeydew, 
summer storage and non-storage onions, pumpkin, 
spinach and squash. 
California also led the nation in processing vegetable 
production during 2011, with 26 percent of the 
U.S. harvested acreage, 72 percent of the national 
production and 55 percent of the total value, for the 
eight processed vegetables estimated.   
The total value of California’s 2011 fresh and 
processing vegetable and melon production was $7.4 
billion, up from 2010’s revised total of $7.2 billion.  
Lettuce remained the leading vegetable crop in value 
of production, at $1.5 billion, followed by tomatoes 
with $1.3 billion.
Vegetable crops that had value increases were 
artichokes, fresh carrots, cauliflower, celery, sweet 
corn, cucumber, garlic, head and romaine lettuce, 
cantaloupe, watermelon, honeydew, agaricus 
mushrooms, bell and chili peppers, and fresh 
tomatoes. Crops that had decreased value included 
asparagus, snap beans, broccoli, cabbage, leaf lettuce, 
spring, processing, summer storage and non storage 
onions, pumpkins, fresh and processing spinach and 
squash.
California’s cash receipts for vegetables ranked 
number-one in the nation and accounted for 35.3 
percent of the U.S. total.  Valued at $7.4 billion, 
vegetables represented 17 percent of the state’s 
total cash income from agriculture in 2011.  
According to the USDA Economic Research 
Service, per capita use of vegetables, melons, 
potatoes, sweet potatoes, pulse crops and 
mushrooms in the United States increased from  
421 pounds in 2010 to 400 pounds in 2011.  
Fresh market consumption per capita in 2010 
was 170 pounds, 1 percent higher than in 2009.  
Utilization increased for asparagus, snap beans, 
cabbage, carrots, eggplant, lettuce, onions, bell 
peppers, pumpkins, radishes, tomatoes and 
watermelon.  Declining utilization was observed for 
broccoli, cauliflower, garlic, spinach, squash and 
honeydew melon. 
Per capita consumption of U.S. processing 
vegetables decreased 2 percent from 122 pounds in 
2009 to 120 pounds in 2010.  Processing vegetables 
whose utilization increased in 2010 included snap 
beans, processing tomatoes and green lima beans.  
Consumption decreased for processed sweet corn, 
green peas, cucumbers, spinach, beets, processed 
cabbage, chili peppers and dehydrated onion. 
Notable Increases in Value of Production:
Chili Peppers .......................................45%
Honeydew ...........................................33%
Cantaloupes .........................................28%
Fresh Carrots .......................................22%
Watermelon .........................................20%
Notable Decreases in Value of Production:
Spring Onions .....................................26%
Leaf Lettuce ........................................25%
Fresh Spinach ......................................19%
Summer Non Storage Onions .............19%
Processed Spinach ...............................17%
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Harvested
Yield Per Acre
Production
Value 
Per Unit 
1
Total Value
Acres
Acres
Cwt.
Cwt.
$/Cwt.
$1,000
Artichokes
2001
8,000
8,000
125
1,000,000
58.6
58,559
2002
8,200
8,200
115
943,000
71.5
67,425
2003
7,200
7,200
140
1,008,000
75.1
75,701
2004
7,500
7,500
110
825,000
45.1
37,208
2005
7,900
7,900
110
869,000
45.4
39,453
2006
8,700
8,700
135
1,175,000
42.0
49,350
2007
9,600
9,600
110
1,056,000
55.0
58,080
2008
8,800
8,800
130
1,144,000
47.8
54,683
2009
8,600
8,600
125
1,075,000
56.2
60,415
2010
7,200
7,200
120
864,000
50.2
43,373
2011
7,400
7,400
130
962,000
50.4
48,485
Asparagus
2
2001
37,800
35,000
30
1,050,000
156.0
163,800
2002
36,500
34,000
30
1,020,000
114.0
116,280
2003
29,000
27,000
34
918,000
122.0
111,996
2004
36,000
34,000
35
1,190,000
89.3
106,267
2005
25,000
24,100
32
770,000
105.0
80,850
2006
23,500
22,500
23
518,000
118.0
61,124
2007
20,800
20,000
29
580,000
121.0
70,180
2008
15,000
14,500
29
421,000
125.0
52,625
2009
13,000
12,500
32
400,000
130.0
52,000
2010
12,000
11,500
35
403,000
147.0
59,241
2011
12,000
11,500
33
384,000
149.0
57,216
Beans, Fresh Market Snap 
2001
5,400
5,400
80
432,000
64.4
27,821
2002
6,500
6,500
100
650,000
62.6
40,690
2003
5,800
5,800
100
580,000
55.7
32,306
2004
6,800
6,800
100
680,000
66.8
45,424
2005
8,000
8,000
90
720,000
64.9
46,728
2006
7,700
7,500
80
600,000
63.5
38,100
2007
6,900
6,800
105
714,000
67.7
48,338
2008
5,900
5,800
105
609,000
66.5
40,499
2009
9,800
9,600
110
1,056,000
66.9
70,646
2010
10,000
10,000
105
1,050,000
67.6
70,980
2011
9,000
9,000
110
990,000
64.4
63,756
Broccoli
2
2001
122,000
122,000
140
17,080,000
25.7
439,387
2002
118,500
118,500
140
16,590,000
29.3
486,192
2003
117,500
117,500
150
17,625,000
31.9
562,812
2004
117,000
117,000
150
17,550,000
32.0
562,217
2005
117,000
116,000
150
17,400,000
28.1
489,338
2006
120,000
119,000
145
17,255,000
33.7
580,844
2007
119,000
118,000
150
17,700,000
35.4
626,325
2008
117,000
116,000
160
18,560,000
35.7
663,319
2009
118,000
117,000
160
18,720,000
40.1
750,600
2010
125,000
123,000
150
18,245,000
37.5
684,659
2011
126,000
124,000
165
20,247,000
33.8
684,033
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Crop
Crop 
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Harvested
Yield Per Acre
Production
Value 
Per Unit 
1
Total Value
Acres
Acres
Cwt.
Cwt.
$/Cwt.
$1,000
Vegetable and Melon Acreage, Production and Value, 2001-2011
Crop
Crop 
Year
Brussels Sprouts 
3
2001
2,200
2,200
180
396,000
36.5
14,471
Cabbage, Fresh Market 
2001
12,000
10,900
380
4,142,000
13.8
57,160
2002
11,600
11,600
400
4,640,000
14.0
64,960
2003
13,500
13,500
390
5,265,000
16.0
84,240
2004
13,600
13,600
410
5,576,000
14.0
78,064
2005
13,400
13,300
350
4,655,000
15.1
70,291
2006
14,200
14,200
375
5,325,000
14.5
77,213
2007
14,200
14,100
385
5,429,000
14.8
80,349
2008
13,200
13,000
410
5,330,000
14.2
75,686
2009
12,700
12,500
395
4,938,000
15.0
74,070
2010
12,700
12,500
400
5,000,000
14.4
72,000
2011
13,200
13,000
390
5,070,000
12.9
65,403
Carrots, Fresh Market
2001
69,000
69,000
290
20,010,000
18.1
362,181
2002
69,000
69,000
290
20,010,000
20.3
406,203
2003
68,000
68,000
300
20,400,000
20.4
416,160
2004
66,500
66,500
305
20,283,000
21.5
436,085
2005
67,500
67,000
310
20,770,000
21.7
450,709
2006
67,500
67,000
300
20,100,000
21.1
424,110
2007
68,500
68,000
300
20,400,000
22.4
456,960
2008
63,500
62,500
325
20,313,000
25.2
511,888
2009
63,500
61,000
315
19,215,000
25.7
493,826
2010
57,000
56,000
350
19,600,000
27.6
540,960
2011
66,000
63,000
300
18,900,000
34.9
659,610
Carrots, Processing 
2001
3,300
3,300
586
1,934,000
4.5
8,750
2002
2,100
2,100
574
1,205,000
5.4
6,509
2003
3,500
3,500
646
2,261,000
5.0
11,305
2004
4,300
4,300
640
2,752,000
5.6
15,274
2005
4,100
4,100
700
2,870,000
4.1
11,767
2006
2,800
2,800
660
1,848,000
3.9
7,115
2007
1,900
1,900
660
1,254,000
4.0
5,016
2008
1,500
1,500
700
1,050,000
5.5
5,775
2009
1,000
1,000
660
660,000
9.0
5,940
2010
1,000
1,000
600
600,000
8.8
5,250
2011
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Cauliflower 
2
2001
36,500
36,500
155
5,658,000
28.0
158,545
2002
35,500
35,500
150
5,325,000
29.4
156,649
2003
34,000
34,000
160
5,440,000
35.3
192,210
2004
32,000
32,000
175
5,600,000
29.6
166,009
2005
36,600
36,300
170
6,171,000
29.0
178,804
2006
34,800
34,500
170
5,865,000
30.3
177,992
2007
33,700
33,500
180
6,030,000
33.2
200,045
2008
32,500
32,300
180
5,814,000
39.9
231,789
2009
35,300
35,000
185
6,475,000
44.0
284,705
2010
35,300
35,000
180
6,300,000
41.0
258,361
2011
34,200
34,000
190
6,460,000
44.6
288,309
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Harvested
Yield Per Acre
Production
Value 
Per Unit 
1
Total Value
Acres
Acres
Cwt.
Cwt.
$/Cwt.
$1,000
Vegetable and Melon Acreage, Production and Value, 2001-2011
Crop
Crop 
Year
Celery
2001
26,500
25,500
695
17,723,000
14.40
255,841
2002
25,500
25,000
710
17,750,000
12.70
225,405
2003
25,300
25,300
715
18,090,000
13.30
241,324
2004
25,700
25,700
710
18,247,000
15.00
273,576
2005
25,500
25,200
705
17,766,000
14.00
248,816
2006
26,200
26,000
705
18,330,000
18.00
330,534
2007
27,200
26,500
720
19,080,000
20.70
395,667
2008
26,800
26,500
720
19,080,000
18.60
354,979
2009
26,800
26,600
715
19,019,000
20.50
389,141
2010
26,800
26,100
725
18,923,000
18.70
353,273
2011
26,700
26,400
700
18,480,000
20.00
368,822
Corn, Fresh Market Sweet
2001
22,000
22,000
170
3,740,000
22.30
83,402
2002
26,000
26,000
175
4,550,000
19.40
88,270
2003
28,500
28,500
190
5,415,000
21.80
118,047
2004
24,500
24,500
190
4,655,000
20.30
94,497
2005
25,600
25,300
185
4,681,000
22.20
103,918
2006
24,000
23,900
180
4,302,000
19.20
82,598
2007
25,700
25,600
175
4,480,000
23.90
107,072
2008
25,000
24,900
160
3,984,000
23.60
94,022
2009
28,100
28,000
175
4,900,000
24.80
121,520
2010
32,700
32,500
165
5,363,000
18.80
100,824
2011
33,200
33,000
170
5,610,000
19.20
107,712
Cucumbers, Fresh Market
2001
4,700
4,700
240
1,128,000
30.00
33,840
2002
4,300
4,300
240
1,032,000
27.80
28,690
2003
4,000
4,000
200
800,000
33.30
26,640
2004
4,400
4,400
245
1,078,000
23.70
25,549
2005
4,600
4,600
215
989,000
23.90
23,637
2006
4,100
4,100
205
841,000
23.60
19,848
2007
3,200
3,200
185
592,000
22.20
13,142
2008
3,000
3,000
180
540,000
25.90
13,986
2009
2,600
2,600
250
650,000
29.10
18,915
2010
3,500
3,500
210
735,000
19.50
14,333
2011
3,000
3,000
155
465,000
36.60
17,019
Eggplant 
5
2001
1,400
1,400
235
329,000
24.50
8,061
Escarole and Endive
5
2001
2,400
2,400
150
360,000
35.50
12,780
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Harvested
Yield Per Acre
Production
Value 
Per Unit 
1
Total Value
Acres
Acres
Cwt.
Cwt.
$/Cwt.
$1,000
Vegetable and Melon Acreage, Production and Value, 2001-2011
Crop
Crop 
Year
Garlic
2001
32,000
30,000
170
5,100,000
31.5
160,420
2002
29,000
27,000
175
4,725,000
29.6
140,056
2003
31,000
29,000
185
5,365,000
27.2
146,038
2004
28,000
26,000
180
4,680,000
27.7
129,658
2005
25,500
25,000
165
4,125,000
47.1
194,388
2006
23,200
23,000
170
3,910,000
30.2
118,215
2007
22,400
22,200
170
3,774,000
42.9
162,012
2008
23,200
23,000
170
3,910,000
45.2
176,715
2009
21,100
20,900
175
3,677,000
51.2
188,127
2010
22,100
21,900
165
3,614,000
71.8
259,616
2011
24,500
24,000
170
4,080,000
68.6
279,927
Greens, Collard
5
2001
700
700
170
119,000
38.8
4,617
Greens, Kale 
5
2001
2,800
1,800
190
342,000
28.7
9,815
Greens, Mustard 
5
2001
3,400
3,400
140
476,000
36.9
17,564
Lettuce, Head
2001
128,000
128,000
380
48,640,000
18.5
899,840
2002
130,000
130,000
380
49,400,000
14.9
736,060
2003
132,000
132,000
375
49,500,000
21.0
1,039,500
2004
131,000
131,000
370
48,470,000
15.1
731,897
2005
130,000
125,000
390
48,750,000
15.8
770,250
2006
131,000
130,000
360
46,800,000
17.8
833,040
2007
122,000
119,000
355
42,245,000
22.0
929,390
2008
118,000
116,000
355
41,180,000
21.3
877,134
2009
105,000
103,000
380
39,140,000
22.2
868,908
2010
99,000
98,000
390
38,220,000
19.2
733,824
2011
106,000
105,000
350
63,750,000
20.1
738,675
Lettuce, Leaf
2001
44,000
44,000
215
9,460,000
24.9
235,554
2002
46,000
46,000
240
11,040,000
27.7
305,808
2003
49,000
49,000
230
11,270,000
31.8
358,386
2004
51,500
51,000
235
11,985,000
28.3
339,176
2005
48,800
48,000
240
11,520,000
30.3
349,056
2006
46,500
46,000
240
11,040,000
36.2
399,648
2007
45,000
44,000
230
10,120,000
28.4
287,408
2008
43,400
42,500
250
10,625,000
31.1
330,438
2009
41,200
40,500
250
10,125,000
38.6
390,825
2010
44,500
43,500
260
11,310,000
35.9
406,029
2011
42,000
41,400
255
10,557,000
28.9
305,097
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