The worldwide popularity of Central Valley walnuts has spurred large plantings by growers who want to take advantage of excellent prices and demand even though they’ll have to wait for the payoff.
Dairy is the number one agricultural product in the Central Valley, leading the top 10 commodities list in San Joaquin County with an agriculture value of $452.8 million and in Stanislaus County with a value of $766.1 million.
A loosely organized group of neighbors in the Hilmar area are fighting back against the rise in crime that has targeted farms in the valley.
OAKDALE – An Oakdale-based bank just announced the hiring of a commercial loan officer with three decades of experience.
MODESTO – Western United Dairymen is taking the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to task for allowing so-called “soy yogurt” to be marketed alongside real dairy yogurt.
The Central Valley Dairy Representative Monitoring Program, which helps dairy farmers monitor groundwater, has elected its district directors
The California Centers for International Trade Development will hold its 22nd Annual International Trade Symposium for World Ag Expo attendees on Feb. 12.
TURLOCK – Creedence Clearwater Revisited is slated to play during the 2013 Stanislaus County Fair’s 10-day run this summer.
The colorfully painted Ag In Motion tractor-trailer brings with it agriculture, science, and an exciting learning program for Central Valley students and teachers.