agriculture

AVL participates in co-farming agreements in the Central Valley for annual crops such as corn, corn silage, wheat, tomatoes, and rice.

Our co-farming operations are often levered to amplify returns and mitigate principal loss-risk. AVL has shifted its focus to annual crops as an alternative to permanent crops in California.

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 San Joaquin County
 Fresno County
 Madera County
 San Joaquin County
 Monterey County
 Merced County

                                                                                                             

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