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Citrus growers vote to continue Citrus Research Board

@TheSunGazette visalia – California citrus growers voted overwhelmingly to continue their support of the Citrus Research Board (CRB). The state-mandated referendum concluded on May 24, which must be held every five years, and was conducted by the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA). Of all citrus producers eligible to vote, 79 percent submitted valid […]

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California company recalls tomato pesto product

@TheSunGazette danville – California Sun Dry Foods issued a voluntary recall earlier this month of California Sun Dry Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto because of a potentially incorrect back label on some jars. This mislabeling incident resulted in undeclared allergens (Almonds and Milk). People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to tree nuts and milk run […]

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Buckman-Mitchell reaches top of ag insurance market

@TheSunGazette visalia – Being successful in business can mean a lot of different things. To some small business owners, being successful is simply making payroll every month and keeping business flowing through the door. To other business owners it is thriving in the market. And as of late Buckman-Mitchell Insurance has reached a level of […]

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Pink Ladies offer some greenbacks for college

@TheSunGazette exeter – The Exeter Community Service Guild held its annual Membership Brunch at the Exeter Memorial Building on May 10, 2017. New officers were installed and scholarship recipients were introduced. At the meeting, $2,000 in vocational scholarships were presented to Cole Dunn and Saul Colin. Cole will attend COS to study fire technology. He […]

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Lemon growers sue Fed, soured on important rule

@TheSunGazette santa paula, calif. – Lemon growers are suing the federal government for its failure to protect the crop from imported pests and disease. On May 18, the U.S. Citrus Science Council (USCSC), representing approximately 750 family farmers and the overwhelming majority of fresh lemon production in the United States, announced its filing of a […]

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Shed ID at free shred day

@TheSunGazette exeter – While the push to protect your identity online is great, there is still a need to protect the physical documents you already own. Thieves still rummage through trash, steal files, and glean all types of information from discarded documents. That is why Central Valley Community Bank (CVCB) is holding their 11th annual […]

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Woodlake’s berry good idea

@TheSunGazette woodlake – The botanical garden in Woodlake will host its sixth annual berry tasting this Saturday, May 27. But it won’t be at Bravo Lake, at least not in name. Garden Coordinator Manuel Jimenez said the name was officially changed from the original Bravo Lake Botanical Garden to the Woodlake Botanical Garden in December. […]

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Goshen plant fined $500k for tainted horse feed

@TheSunGazette goshen – The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) fined a Goshen manufacturing plant $500,000 and forced them to discontinue making horse feed and related products last week over a 2015 recall of tainted feed that killed several horses. CDFA’s Agriculture Feed and Livestock Drugs Inspection Program announced earlier this month that it […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

TULARE CO. CROP REPORT For the week ending May 13, 2017. SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Winter wheat is being green chopped for silage; some is being dried, with harvest nearing completion. Harvested fields are being disked and planted to silage or other forage crops. Alfalfa fields are making excellent progress; and being cut, […]

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Cherry growers report encouraging start

By Ching Lee California Farm Bureau visalia – Barring any future adverse weather such as rain and hail, the state’s cherry season is off to a good start, with quality fruit and decent volumes, according to California growers and packers. Harvest has been ramping up in the southern and central San Joaquin Valley, which provides […]

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