In spite of drought, California produced a whopping estimated 1.95 billion pounds of almonds in 2014!


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PAER AG is the agriculture trading division of Pacific Alternative Energy Resource LLC. PAER AG's primary focus will be on developing procurement, sourcing and logistics solutions for agriculture commodities and other products which do not fall under PAER's alternative energy business.  PAER AG's primary focus will be on the sourcing and exporting of California agricultural products and supplying domestic and international animal feed markets.


PAER AG provides sourcing, agency and brokerage services for procurement of California agricultural products.  Spanning Northern and Southern California, with proximity to the full length of California's Central Valley, PAER AG is well positioned as a California sourcing agent.  The California Central Valley is one of the largest agricultural production regions in the world, with Sacramento Valley to the North and San Joaquin Valley to the south. PAER AG's position allows us to personally develop direct relationships with growers, suppliers, handlers and distributors throughout this agricultural powerhouse region. 

* In 2012, California's 80,500 farms and ranches received $42.6 billion for their output. California remained the number one state in cash farm receipts with 11.3 percent of the US total. The state accounted for 15 percent of national receipts for crops and 7.1 percent of the US revenue for livestock and livestock products. Exports totaled $18.18 billion in value which represents an eight percent increase over the previous year. California's agricultural abundance includes more than 400 commodities. The state produces nearly half of US-grown fruits, nuts and vegetables. Across the nation, US consumers regularly purchase several crops produced solely in California.

 

California's top-ten valued commodities for 2012 are:

  • Milk @ $6.9 billion
  • Strawberries @ $1.94 billion
  • Grapes @ $4.45 billion
  • Lettuce @ $1.45billion
  • Almonds @ $4.35 billion
  • Walnuts @ $1.35 billion
  • Nursery plants @ $3.54 billion
  • Hay @ $1.24 billion
  • Cattle, Calves @ $3.3 billion
  • Tomatoes @ $1.17 billion
  • *Source CDFA, view here

     

    PAER AG will go to great lengths to ensure suppliers are verified, deliveries are made as agreed, and product meets contracted specification.  Below are are images showing Members of PAER onsite supervising deliveries for our customers.

     

    For foreign companies which do not have a presence in the US and require expanded services sourcing and managing their sourcing projects in US, PAER offers the option to strike an agency agreement with qualified customers.  In the capacity of Agent, PAER AG can work with your company to source product(s) in the United States, working transparently for our customers interests and managing all aspects of supply/sourcing, logistics, business management and administrative export processes required to effectively source and import/export products from the United States.

     

    PAER AG is currently working on sourcing California almonds, walnuts, alfalfa and hay products  from California.  PAER AG currently is placing particular emphasis on building trade/export from California to Asian Markets.  Additionally PAER AG is working on supplying animal feed products including Distillers Dried Grains with Solubles (DDGS), Distillers Corn Oil, and Yellow Grease to both domestic and international markets. 

     

    As requested by customers or when required for particular product sourcing,  PAER AG can reach out to neighboring states and other North American Free Trade countries for additional agriculture products like alfalfa hay (Canada, Nevada, Utah), pecans (Mexico, Texas), and canola products (Canada). Email us at with your North American commodity inquiry. The appropriate member of PAER AG will contact you to discuss further.


     


    PAER Member David onsite in LA sampling product for export to New Zealand
     



    Paul On Site

    PAER Member onsite (standing on ISO) supervising load for export to UK.




    PAER AG Current Opportunities:
    Distillers Dried Grains with Solubles (DDGS), Distillers Corn Oil (DCO) for beef & dairy cattle, swine and poultry feed.

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    Some of California's Primary Agriculture Products are:


    Almonds

    Strawberries

    Alfalfa Hay & Products

    Rice

    Grapes

    Tomatoes

    Citrus

    Garlic

    Walnuts

    Almond Hulls

    California Wine
     

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    About California's fertile Central Valley
     

    Following is from Wikipedia.org

    Central Valley California

    The Central Valley is one of the world's most productive agricultural regions. On less than 1 percent of the total farmland in the United States, the Central Valley produces 8 percent of the nation�s agricultural output by value: 17 billion USD in 2002. Its agricultural productivity relies on irrigation from both surface water diversions and groundwater pumping from wells. About one-sixth of the irrigated land in the U.S. is in the Central Valley.[15]

    Virtually all non-tropical crops are grown in the Central Valley, which is the primary source for a number of food products throughout the United States, including tomatoes, almonds,[16][17] grapes, cotton, apricots, and asparagus.

    Four of the top five counties in agricultural sales in the U.S. are in the Central Valley (2002 Data). They are Fresno County (#1 with $2.759 billion in sales), Tulare County (#2 with $2.338 billion), Kern County (#4 with $2.058), and Merced County (#5 with $2.058 billion).[1] 2002 Data Sets

    Early farming was concentrated close to the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, where the water table was high year round and water transport more readily available, but subsequent irrigation projects have brought many more parts of the valley into productive use. For example, the Central Valley Project was formed in 1935 to redistribute and store water for agricultural and municipal purposes with dams and canals. The even larger California State Water Project was formed in the 1950s and construction continued throughout the following decade.


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