It’s a simple formula that brings customers to the Valley Pistachio Country Store: keep the products local and the service friendly.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
For Agriland Farming Company founder and CEO Jim Maxwell, the best way to learn the ins and outs of a successful business is to be directly involved with the profession.
Most people don’t give a second thought when eating that bowl of rocky road ice cream or taking a bite of a protein bar as to where the product comes from.
When the Madera Tribune ran a story about Madera’s 2013 Senior Farmer of the Year in February, it described Sarkis Sahatdjian as a loving figure at the center of his large family — and as a 93-year-old workh
A large-scale dairy is the New York City of the agriculture world — it never sleeps.
When Madera South students Sarah Reece and Mario Alvarez were exploring possible career paths, they had no idea at the time the school’s agriculture department would play such a big role in not only their ed
Consumers snacking on a bag of Blue Diamond almonds or Sun-Maid raisins might be eating the very nuts and fruit grown on Wattenbarger Ranch, a property that overlooks the San Joaquin River near Avenue 7 in M