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Watts said they have aligned the winery with Southern Wine and Spirits to sell in Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and a few other states. It's been a smarter move, financially, than to focus on California, he said.


Now in its 33rd year, the Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce-sponsored hall honors people who have contributed to agriculture and to their community in significant ways.


Poor weather, depressed commodity prices drag overall crop values down in San Joaquin County, Calif.


The current extreme heat is moving the red varieties quickly to sugar levels that require harvesting, so for a while at least, both whites and reds will be harvested at the same time, complicating harvesting operations


As steep as the recent two-year decline has been, it follows record-high values earlier this decade - a "bubble" of sorts that may not have been sustainable over the long term


There have been no funding increases for several important programs in the last two farm bills while the challenges facing agriculture "have exploded," said Kelly Covello, president of the Almond Alliance of California.


In a show of support, the Butte County Farm Bureau visited a property south of Red Bluff Friday morning, issuing a challenge for other farm bureau organizations to join it in supporting a farmer's legal battle against the federal government.


CALF is currently in the process of interviewing individuals from throughout the state for Class 48. The first assemblage was seated almost fifty years ago in 1970.


California's raisin production is centered within about a 60-mile radius of Fresno County. Due to much lower bunch counts, most growers are expecting this year's crop to be smaller than the historical average.


Officials at the San Joaquin Valley air district say they can't meet some federal standards.


On July 19, the Independent Grape Growers of the Paso Robles Area (IGGPRA) will host the fifth of an eight-part seminar series on "Practical Grape Growing." Daphne Amory, an agricultural advisor and coach with a knack for success in regenerative farming, will be one of three guest speakers.


A massive wildfire in Mariposa County has already destroyed one building, damaged another and is threatening over 300 more structures. Firefighters say the blaze is unpredictable at this time. At one point on Monday the fire jumped a stretch of Highway 49.


He allegedly struck a cyclist, 32-year-old Angela Holder, in January on Golden State Avenue near F Street. Holder later died


When you first meet John Vidovich, everything from his ball cap to his dirty boots tells you he's a farmer.


More than 1 million people in the region have been exposed to unsafe drinking water in recent years from pesticides, arsenic, nitrate and uranium. And many communities also face multiple environmental health threats.


... one person would get stretched too thin in some places and excel in others. Eventually, the job was split in half to lighten the load. The position is now a research director's position in enology and viticulture and does not require a PhD


The California Association of Winegrape Growers (CAWG) has selected Al Scheid of Scheid Vineyards Inc. as their 2017 Leader the Year. The award will be presented on July 17 in Napa.


The Fresno State University Department of Viticulture and Enology is pleased to announce that Dr. Miguel Pedroza will join the faculty in August 2017 as an Assistant Professor of Enology.


An attorney for farmer John Duarte says he has been in talks with senior U.S. Justice Department officials about resolving a case in which the government claims Duarte deep-ripped wetlands to plant wheat and is seeking $2.8 million in fines.


As other grape shippers were getting ready to transition from one production area to the next, Top Brass Marketing Inc. was waiting for its grape year to begin as the firm is a San Joaquin Valley specialist

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