Monday, July 26, 2021
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The Cattleman’s Corner: OPINION: Park It

By Austin Snedden, Ranching Contributor, Valley Ag Voice The history of people in positions of power asking the commoners to do things...

KCFB President’s Message: When Outside Activists Steer a Local Steering Committee

By John Moore, President, Kern County Farm Bureau After reading two articles related to AB 617 published by The Bakersfield Californian, this...
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California Farm Bureau Supports Reintroduction of Agricultural Immigration Bill

Press Release Provided by California Farm Bureau Federation Saying it would provide mutual benefit for farmers, ranchers and their employees, the California...

COMMENTARY: Access Rule Violates Farmers’ Constitutional Rights

By Tony Francois Attorney, Pacific Legal Foundation Reprinted with Permission from California Farm Bureau Federation Farming in California is kind of the Olympics...

The Cattleman’s Corner: Drafting Genetic Quality in You

By Austin Snedden, Ranching Contributor, Valley Ag Voice A lot of parallels can be made between a professional sports team drafting new...

Holloway Agriculture: Humble Beginnings to a California Ag Leader

Press Release Provided by Holloway Agriculture A soil-first approach: That’s what Holloway Agriculture promises to farmers in the Central California Ag community. H.M....
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The Virtual Benefits of the 2021 World Ag Expo

By Audrey Hill, Feature Contributor, Valley Ag Voice From February 9th to 11th, exhibitors from all over the country came together through...

Growers Thrive When We Participate in the Process

By Jenifer VanAlstein, Feature Contributor, Valley Ag Voice This month, the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) held a series of...
Sign, “Help! Solve The Water Crisis,” posted by a flowering almond orchard, addresses the lack of water for agricultural use–Bakersfield, CA

San Joaquin Valley at a Crossroads

By Scott Hamilton, President, Hamilton Resource Economics The San Joaquin Valley, its people, its environment, and its economy stand at a crossroads,...
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KCFB President’s Message: Executive Overreach & Curious Levels of Comfortability

By John Moore, President, Kern County Farm Bureau The pandemic has shifted normal operating procedures in more ways than one. Employees and...

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