This category is for sites about local agricultural businesses, economic conditions, and organizations. Examples include sites about vineyards, farm markets, "you pick" farms, livestock auctions, livestock breeders, seed farms, tree farms, commercial nurseries (i.e., producing nursery stock for sale to retailers), turf farms, agricultural equipment suppliers, and similar businesses. This category is not to be confused with Science_and_Environment/Agriculture, which is for sites about the science and techniques of local agriculture.
Manufactures and distributes meats, seafood, pasta and sauces, and cheese.
Supplier of citrus, grapes, and other fresh fruit to North America.
Offering warehousing and transportation services for agricultural products.
Agricultural consulting and laboratory services.
Worldwide delivery of nuts and dried foods.
Software designed specifically for the produce and agricultural industries.
Annual July show bringing together San Joaquin Valley food producers and potential buyers. Includes ticket information, list of past vendors, and product awards.
City of Fresno's statistics and information regarding the area food industry.
Manufactures in-row mowers and tillers, and lower drum cleaners for cotton pickers. Includes product information and list of distributors.
Explanation of biodynamics, list of products, how to join their community supported agriculture program, and a schedule of their educational programs.
Drip irrigation products for agriculture, nurseries, landscaping, and mining. Lists product and company information and job opportunities.
Free range and organic turkeys, chickens and ducks. Includes video of the farm, list of retailers, and turkey cooking instructions with video.
Sales of dried fruits, nuts and raisins, with separate options for store pick-up or mail-order delivery.
Held twice weekly, year round. Photographs and lists of vendors, recipes, and special events.
National distributor and manufacturer of tillage tools and cultivating equipment, three point tools, blades, plow parts, ripper points, chrome inserts, and machine parts.
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