Life on the farm — and off

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You can take Mike and Rick Logoluso away from the farm, but you can’t take the farmer out of them.

Growing up and learning the tricks of the farm trade from their dad and their four uncles on Logoluso Brothers property, Mike, 66, and Rick, 57, are third generation farmers that recently parted ways with their Madera County family-owned ranch that mainly produced grapes.

“It was a tough decision but the last 20 years went just like that,” Mike said, snapping his fingers.

“It was a very hard and tough decision to make and something we really didn’t want to have to do because there are now four generations of farmers in the family, and we have other relatives involved with it,” Rick added...

 

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