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Mar 3, 2014
Western Farm Press

Drip tape boosting crop yields in and out of drought situations 1

Netafim USA President and CEO says slower-than-expected delivery of EQIP funding could delay Texas farmers' efforts to improve irrigation efficiency....More
Feb 27, 2014

Technology will be the key to producing more milk, food

It’s been estimated the world will need 60 percent more milk if we are to feed the 9 billion people expected to inhabit the earth by 2050. How we accomplish that is a question that is being studied by scientists the world over....More
Feb 25, 2014
Western Farm Press

Farmers predict another year without water could bring catastrophe to California

Farmers ask pointed questions of regulatory officials, water delivery system managers during World Ag Expo Water Summit in Tulare, Calif.?...More
Feb 20, 2014
Western Farm Press

California water wars have taken many legal twists and turns

Judge Oliver Wanger outlines the legal history that has brought the Central Valley of California to the desperate straits its residents find themselves in as they face one of the driest years in California history....More
Feb 18, 2014
Western Farm Press

Endangered Species Act: ‘Biggest threat to the Central Valley of California’ 6

Fresno County Supervisor Phil Larson calls Endangered Species Act the biggest threat to farming and industry in the San Joaquin Valley as he and other government officials discuss the current outlook at the World Ag Expo Water Summit....More
Feb 15, 2014
Western Farm Press

Water takes center stage at World Ag Expo

San Joaquin Valley city and farm leaders talk about drought issues at Water Forum on closing day of World Ag Expo in Tulare, Calif....More
Feb 14, 2014

World Ag Expo closing out another record-breaking show

A thick, early morning fog was shrouding the World Ag Expo grounds, but that did not dampen the spirits of International Agri-Center CEO Jerry Sinift as the Expo entered its last day....More
Feb 13, 2014
Western Farm Press

Surprising jump in milk prices may improve hay market outlook

Seth Hoyt of the Hoyt Report says hay markets will be stronger than anticipated in 2014 due to higher milk prices and reduced hay acres....More
Feb 12, 2014

California Secretary of Agriculture Ross prays for rain at World Ag Expo

Agriculture Secretary Karen Ross is praying for rain, not because California is in desperation need of moisture – but because some people may come to the show because it’s too wet for them to do anything on the farm....More
Feb 11, 2014

World Ag Expo kicks off 47th annual show with opening of new arena

Using a patriotic theme, World Ag Expo officials began the countdown to the opening today of the 47th edition of the world’s largest outdoor farm show in Tulare, Calif....More
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