As this issue of WBM heads off to subscribers, the 2016 harvest is just getting under way. Here in California, it appears tonnage will be relatively normal. It’s still early, but estimates are that roughly four million tons will be crushed. That’s up a bit compared to a smallish 2015 harvest. California is still in a drought, to be sure, but there was more rain this past winter than during the previous few years while good weather helped move things along during the spring.
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