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Projections of California agriculture to 1980 and 2000

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Published by Division of Agricultural Sciences, University of California in Davis] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • California.
    • Subjects:
    • Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- California.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[by] G. W. Dean [and others.
      SeriesCalifornia Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin 847
      ContributionsDean, Gerald W.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD1775.C2 P7
      The Physical Object
      Pagination58, [1] p.
      Number of Pages58
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5172756M
      LC Control Number74635711

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Publication date Topics Agriculture Publisher Davis] Division of Agricultural Sciences, University of CaliforniaPages: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Projections of California agriculture to and Davis] Division of Agricultural Sciences, University of California [].

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[Berkeley] California Agricultural Experiment Station, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Gerald W Dean; Gordon A King. The Field Guide to California Agriculture is divided into four main sections.

The largest is an encyclopedia of crops and livestock, forming the field guide proper. The volume begins with a page historical overview, and concludes with a similarly comprehensive essay on agricultural regions. These book-ends could together form a book on their Cited by: 8. California, the nation's top agricultural producer, also leads the states in the number of new residents added annually.

California's population is projected to double to 63 million by If the resulting increase in urban acreage replaces farmland, California agriculture will lose nearly 5 million acres — 17% of today's total farmland base.

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dry, dried, drying, etc. DOI: Author last name. Calculated from state averages for – (California Agricultural Statistics Service, a). costs to consumers than producer s, whose profits may be helped by higher prices. California Department of Food and Agriculture Animal Health and Food Safety Services, Bureau of Livestock Identification N Street Sacramento, California Physical Address Gateway Oaks Drive Sacramento, California Telephone: Fax: Or send an email to the bureau: [email protected]   USDA's Agricultural Baseline Projections, an annual report published in February that offers year projections for the farm sector from USDA's annual long-term analysis.

The associated Baseline Database covers projections for the four major feed grains (corn, sorghum, barley, and oats) in addition to the other major feed crops and livestock. California Agriculture: Dimensions and Issues.

cropland harvested and the intensive crop share stood around 35 percent. In absolute terms, the acreage in the intensive crops expanded over ten times over this half-century while that for wheat and barley fell by more than one-third.

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Abstract. Projections of economic and demographic variables by year for the period and historical estimates for selected years are prepared for the US, California, and 7 economic regions and approximations to utility service areas of California. This study analyzes the demand for food commodities in the United States in r period using both time-series and cross-section data.

Income-consumption relationships are based on data from the and USDA household food consumption surveys. The analysis of cross section data emphasized: (1) effects of grouping observations; (2) choice between expenditures and quantities as Cited by: Previous versions of MOCA:, The entire publication, individual chapters and the highlights brochure are available for download below.

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