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  • Mark Watte, Tulare Dairy Farm

    Tulare County's crop report for 2014 appears to maintain the county's position as the nation's top county for agriculture. Mark Watte of Tulare Dairy Farm backs up the numbers, saying 2014 "was, by some margin ... the most profitable single dairy calendar year in recent history. Video by Lewis Griswold / lgriswold@fresnobee.com

Tulare County's crop report for 2014 appears to maintain the county's position as the nation's top county for agriculture. Mark Watte of Tulare Dairy Farm backs up the numbers, saying 2014 "was, by some margin ... the most profitable single dairy calendar year in recent history. Video by Lewis Griswold / lgriswold@fresnobee.com lgriswold@fresnobee.com
Tulare County's crop report for 2014 appears to maintain the county's position as the nation's top county for agriculture. Mark Watte of Tulare Dairy Farm backs up the numbers, saying 2014 "was, by some margin ... the most profitable single dairy calendar year in recent history. Video by Lewis Griswold / lgriswold@fresnobee.com lgriswold@fresnobee.com

Tulare County tops $8 billion in crop value, remains nation’s No. 1 for agriculture

August 11, 2015 11:29 AM