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The Super Bowl of Agriculture
Almost everyone on the cutting edge of agriculture heads to the Golden State each winter. That's where the World Ag Expo takes place on hundreds of acres near Tulare, California. Considered the "Super Bowl" of agriculture, we'll discover displays of new equipment, technology and techniques. They're all designed to help farmers grow and harvest food, fuel and fiber in ways that keep costs down for both producers and consumers.

There is something here for everyone in agriculture. It's a fascinating place even for non-farmers, because it offers an opportunity to see how modern agriculture often leads the way in creating greater industrial efficiency. That, in turn, helps keeps prices down for everyone.


 
Wine & Walnuts
When it comes to agriculture, California is a major player in the nation's food game. It's the country's number one dairy state, produces more wine than the other 49, contributes large quantities of fruits and vegetables, and is the primary U.S. source for almonds, walnuts, raisins, kiwi, dates and figs.

Links
California Farm Bureau Federation
California Department of Food and Agriculture




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