Holstein dairy cows wait to be milked in Tulare. Low milk prices contributed to an 8 percent decline in total agriculture revenue for Tulare County.
Holstein dairy cows wait to be milked in Tulare. Low milk prices contributed to an 8 percent decline in total agriculture revenue for Tulare County. CHRISTIAN PARLEY Fresno Bee Staff Photo
Holstein dairy cows wait to be milked in Tulare. Low milk prices contributed to an 8 percent decline in total agriculture revenue for Tulare County. CHRISTIAN PARLEY Fresno Bee Staff Photo

Tulare County slips from its perch as California’s top agricultural county

September 19, 2017 12:18 PM

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