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  1. 48% Antler Ridge Winery Takes Best In Show
    Date: January 13, 2008
    Source: Elmira Star-Gazette

    "Antler Ridge Winery in Rome, Bradford County, and Clover Hill Vineyards and Winery in Breinigsville, Lehigh County, received the Best in Show honors Jan. 5 at the Pennsylvania Farm Show."

  2. 48% Spanish-born Friend Of The King Gave Hawaii Wine Its First Roots
    Date: December 29, 2008
    Source: bizjournals Agriculture:General headlines

    "The roots of Hawaii’s wine history date back to the days of King Kamehameha the Great when his Spanish-born friend and confidant, Don Francisco de Paula Marin, planted the first grape vines on the fringe of Honolulu in an area now home to Vineyard Boulevard. "

  3. 48% State Fifth In Production Of Wine Grapes, 7th In Wineries
    Date: May 22, 2011
    Source: pennsylvania agriculture - Yahoo! News Search Resu

    "MIDDLEBURG, Pa. -- Agriculture and tourism are now the two biggest industries in Pennsylvania, and winemakers Karl and Carolyn Zimmerman have their feet planted squarely in both. Twenty-two years ago the couple started growing grapes at Shade Mountain Vineyards in rural Snyder County, 50 miles northwest of Harrisburg."

  4. 48% Ny Grape Harvest Expected To Be Up 7 Percent - Wall Street Journal
    Date: October 14, 2011
    Source: agriculture - Google News

    "The US Department of Agriculture says vineyards are forecast to yield 188000 thousand tons, up from 176000 in 2010. Some growers in the Lake Erie region reported reduced yields because of the wet spring and dry summer, but most said it was a good ..."

  5. 48% Wine Industry Succeeds In Recession-weary Michigan
    Date: December 05, 2011
    Source: Agriculture News

    "Vineyards and tasting rooms are springing up rapidly in Michigan, where fertile hillsides near the Great Lakes provide ideal settings for cool-weather varieties such as riesling, pinot grigio and chardonnay."

  6. 48% Farmers Inviting Others Onto Their Farms To Promote Local Agriculture - Reading Eagle
    Date: June 03, 2012
    Source: agriculture - Google News

    "Farmers inviting others onto their farms to promote local agriculture Reading Eagle For some, it's simply about education and promoting local agriculture . For others, it has the added benefit of extra revenue. Blair Vineyards, a family owned and operated winery in Greenwich Township, often holds open events free of charge."

  7. 48% Taking Local Agriculture To The Next Level - Santa Ynez Valley News
    Date: January 10, 2013
    Source: agriculture - Google News

    "Cold January mornings met our pruning crews as they returned to work after the holidays. A layer of white frost covered the vineyard floor as people emerged from their cars bundled up against the early morning chill. The wintertime sun doesn't appear ..."

  8. 48% Agriculture And Tourism Can Coexist - Napa Valley Register
    Date: June 02, 2014
    Source: agriculture - Google News

    "Jerseybites Agriculture and tourism can coexist Napa Valley Register When Bill Hocker writes that tourism and agriculture are incompatible, he could not be more wrong. Wineries are the foundation of our agricultural economy, and visitors play an essential role in the winery economy for a very simple reason -- they buy wine. Create a story of your own during Ohio Wine Month The Daily Advocate Lightning Does Strike Twice and it Happened at Heritage Vineyards; All Wines ... PR Web (press release) all 9 news articles »"

  9. 29% Some Worried Flooding Could Impact Agriculture
    Date: January 13, 2017
    Source: Agriculture News

    "WEBVTT THE WATER, WIND AND RAIN HASFARMERS AND COMMISSIONERSCONCERNED.THE WATER, THE WIND HAS FARMERSCONCERNED.>> JUST A FEW DAYS AGO YOU'RELOOKING AT VINEYARDS AND ALMONDSAND NOW YOU ARE LOOKING ATPRETTY MUCH A LAKE.MELINDA: JOE VALENTE OF KAUTZFARMS SAYS THE STORM HAS CAUSEDCROPS TO GO UNDER WATER >> WE HAVE BEEN SANDBAGGING FORTHE LAST WEEK OR SO.A COUPLE RANGES ARE COMPLETELYUNDERWATER.IT IS A MATTER OF HOW LONG THEWATER WILL BE THERE.IT'S A LOT OF WATER.MELINDA: VALENTE SAYS WITHVINEYARDS IN WATER THERE ARELESS DAYS LEFT FOR PRUNING THE AG COMMISSIONER SAYS THEREIS CONCERN NOT ONLY ABOUT THERAIN, BUT THE WIND IN THECOUNTY>> ALMOND TREES, BECAUSE THEIRROOTS ARE VERY SHALLOW WITH SATURATED GROUND IN HIGH WINDTHE TREES COULD BE KNOCKED DOWN.WE SEEN SOME SIGNIFICANT GROWERS--WE HAVE SEEN SPECIFIC GROWERSTHAT HAVE BEEN IMPACTED.MELINDA: BRUCE BLODGETT WITH THESAN JOAQUIN COUNTY FARM ... (more)"

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