Tim HeardenNorthern California Reporter
- Companies spend years and millions of dollars developing cutting-edge equipment that farmers can depend on.
- A sense of optimism permeated the grounds at the 53rd annual gathering.
- With aquifer recharge projects in farm fields gaining in popularity, scientists are now trying to identify underground soil layers that present barriers as well as determine how late in the season they can apply water and n...
- Two stock dogs that had sold for $30,000 apiece the previous day were the talk of the arena as buyers spent nearly $1.2 million on 305 bulls at the Red Bluff Bull and Gelding Sale.
- Jamie Johansson, 49, an olive and citrus fruit grower from Oroville, is the California Farm Bureau Federation’s new president.
- A pair of scientists assert California officials and researchers should get more input from farmers as they develop sustainability plans for troubled groundwater basins.
- With the U.S. beef herd on the mend, participants in next week’s 77th annual Red Bluff Bull and Gelding Sale hope prices will rebound after two consecutive years of declines.
- A former California Cattlemen’s Association official, Tracy Schohr, will be a resource for ranchers in her new role as University of California Cooperative Extension livestock and natural resources adviser.
- As of Dec. 26 Sacramento had only recorded 2.42 inches of rain for the water year that started Oct. 1, well below its normal 5.61 inches, according to the National Weather Service.