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Orchard Land Information
The first American orchard took root in 1625 in Boston, while American Presidents George Washington and Thomas Jefferson cultivated fruit orchards in Virginia. Today, apple orchards span over 300,000 acres across the country, making the U.S. the second largest producer of apples in the world. Fruit orchards range from the expansive orange groves of Florida to the fruit and nut orchards of California’s Grapevine that all work to stock the nation’s supermarket shelves with fresh produce.
PREMIUM
2,645.71 acres Douglas & Manning Avenues & W.Side Of San Mateo Ave., Mendota, CA - Listing
$43,500,000
2,645.71 acres
Douglas & Manning Avenues & W.side of San Mateo Ave.
Mendota, CA 93640
(Fresno County, CA)
Pearson Realty
PREMIUM
3,779.6 acres W. Side Of Shields Ave., 2 Mi. E. Of Shields & Russell Aves., Firebaugh, CA - Listing
$54,065,000
3,779.6 acres
W. side of Shields Ave., 2 mi. E. of Shields & Russell Aves.
Firebaugh, CA 93622
(Fresno County, CA)
Pearson Realty


Orchard Land Information
The first American orchard took root in 1625 in Boston, while American Presidents George Washington and Thomas Jefferson cultivated fruit orchards in Virginia. Today, apple orchards span over 300,000 acres across the country, making the U.S. the second largest producer of apples in the world. Fruit orchards range from the expansive orange groves of Florida to the fruit and nut orchards of California’s Grapevine that all work to stock the nation’s supermarket shelves with fresh produce.