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.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
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
You can take Mike and Rick Logoluso away from the farm, but you can’t take the farmer out of them.