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Small business lending in Calif. is on the rise

The U.S. Department of the Treasury recently released a new report showing that California institutions receiving capital through the Small Business Lending Fund (SBLF) continue to increase their small business lending, in total by more than $591.9 over their baselines. This Use of Funds report shows that participants receiving capital through the SBLF boosted lending […]

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COS has capital idea for small business

California Community Colleges Chancellor Brice W. Harris announced that his office has entered into a partnership with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development to increase access to training and higher education for rural citizens, to support and enhance the agriculture industry, and to strengthen the state’s rural economy. “This new partnership ensures that our […]

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Tulare Co. Crop Report

For the week ending April 6, 2013. Small Grains & Other Field Crops: Most wheat fields have headed out with some being cut for green chop and other grain crops are maturing. Corn is being planted, some has started emerging. Alfalfa is being cut and baled. Beds are being made in fields for row crops. […]

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Crop Row

Fewer field crops to be planted this year Farmers in California expect to plant fewer acres of most field crops this year, according to the U.S. Agriculture Department. That means less land will be planted in crops such as hay, wheat, corn and cotton. Challenges facing farmers include limited water supplies and increased farmland prices. […]

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Save Our Citrus: The Fight Against Citrus Disease Begins In Your Own Backyard

California growers have worked diligently to protect their crops – the last disease-free citrus in the world – from the pest that spreads the devastating disease known as Hounglong Bing or citrus greening. But despite their efforts, the real front in the war against the psyllid begins in your own backyard. The Citrus Pest & […]

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Milk must move farther to serve SoCal plants

With more dairies disappearing from Southern California and a shrinking milk supply to serve processing plants in that region, dairy farmers and their cooperatives say they are now moving their raw product much longer distances at greater cost to accommodate those markets. “We have been deficit in milk production relative to our customers’ needs for […]

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Down To Business

Exeter Chamber holds April 11 mixer at gallery The Courthouse Gallery of the Arts will host the Exeter Chamber of Commerce’s monthly mixer from 5-6:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 11. There will be refreshments, drawings and prizes at the mixer. Mixers are a great opportunity for networking with fellow business owners and catching up with […]

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Crop Row

Young farmers see promising outlook The future looks bright for young people entering farming, ranching and food production, said experts presenting at this year’s California Young Farmers and Ranchers Leadership Conference. The three-day event in Santa Cruz included seminars about finances and agricultural issues, plus tours of nearby farms and ranches. Organizers say the Young […]

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