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Dairy task force forms during difficult times Noting that California dairy farmers face “profound difficulties,” state Secretary of Food and Agriculture Karen Ross has asked 32 farmers, processors and cooperatives to join a California Dairy Future Task Force. The group will seek long-term solutions to help farmers deal with the volatility of the dairy business. […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

For the week ending Sept. 8, 2012. Small grains and other field crops: Alfalfa continues to be cut, dried and baled. The harvesting of corn for grain and sorghum for silage should begin in the very near future. Fields producing silage corn are being harvested at an increasing rate. Cotton, corn, and alfalfa fields continue […]

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Home Economics

Every city is trying to attract more businesses to add jobs and increase tax revenues. Unfortunately, most San Joaquin Valley cities don’t think they have enough to entice executives to exit their current locales and move here. What these cities don’t realize is the two things industrial companies need the most are available labor and […]

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County closes four refuse transfer stations

Various measures were approved on Tuesday by the Tulare County Board of Supervisors to help bridge a projected $5.1 million deficit to the County’s Solid Waste Enterprise Fund for Fiscal Year 2012-13. Solid Waste staff reported that the approved measures – the closure of four transfer stations and reducing operating days at the Teapot Dome […]

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Work-from-home jobs may be too good to be true

A local college student was recently the victim of a “work from home” scheme when the company, Acuity Brands, hired him then paid him with a bad check. The student applied for the job after seeing it in a listing on a legitimate school job board. He applied and after several email correspondences he was […]

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Visalia Chamber offers free seminars to help businesses The Chamber’s highly successful Lunch Bytes and Business Advantage workshop series continues this September as business professionals gain practical knowledge during the lunch hour. The Lunch Bytes seminars focus on technology for busy professionals while the Business Advantage workshops are designed to help small businesses in particular […]

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Dairy farm closures continue to rise

The California Department of Food and Agriculture has denied a request for an emergency hearing to consider temporarily raising the price of milk paid to California dairy farmers and other changes to the state milk pricing formula. Citing the financial plight of dairy farmers and current escalating feed prices, Western United Dairymen petitioned the hearing […]

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Ag workers learn to turn sun into funds

Proteus, Inc. has been awarded a grant by La Cooperativa, through funding from the State’s Employment Development Department, to provide solar photovoltaic training to dislocated agriculture workers in Tulare, Kings, and Fresno Counties.  The funding will allow Proteus’s William M. Maguy School of Education the opportunity to train up to 109 agriculture industry customers in […]

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