Dairy cows chow down at the RV Dairy farm owned and operated by dairy farmer Ray Gene Veldhuis in Winton in March. Milk remained Merced County’s top commodity, with value growing to nearly $1.5 billion, according to the report released Monday.
Dairy cows chow down at the RV Dairy farm owned and operated by dairy farmer Ray Gene Veldhuis in Winton in March. Milk remained Merced County’s top commodity, with value growing to nearly $1.5 billion, according to the report released Monday. Andrew Kuhn Sun-Star file
Dairy cows chow down at the RV Dairy farm owned and operated by dairy farmer Ray Gene Veldhuis in Winton in March. Milk remained Merced County’s top commodity, with value growing to nearly $1.5 billion, according to the report released Monday. Andrew Kuhn Sun-Star file

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