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The Central Valley Dairy Representative Monitoring Program is conducting its annual elections to fill open seats for its Board of Directors.  All CVDRMP members in good standing will receive an official ballot and instructions by U.S. mail.  Materials were mailed to members on November 22.  

The Central Valley Dairy Representative Monitoring Program (CVDRMP) conducted its first election for district directors in December 2012.

Nominations for six seats on CVDRMP’s 12-member board of directors were accepted through October 22, 2012.  The election was held by mail-in ballot with a deadline for ballots to be received by December 21, 2012.

The following election winners will serve through January 2014:

Sacramento, Calif. (PRWEB) November 15, 2012

The California Farm Bureau Federation, Sustainable Conservation and Sand County Foundation are pleased to name dairy farmer Dino Giacomazzi as the 2012 recipient of the Leopold Conservation Award in California.


The Curtimade Dairy in Tulare, Calif., is among the growing number of agribusinesses that are increasingly turning to the sun for electricity in California. The nearly century-old family-run dairy recently hosted an open house to show off its 719 kilowatt photovoltaic tracking array, which was installed by SPG Solar. The SunSeeker tracker system already is saving the dairy $145,000 a year in electric costs.

Families and Teachers Partner to Collect Real California Milk Seals for a Chance to Win Sweepstakes

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO and MODESTO, Calif., March 22, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- The California Milk Advisory Board (CMAB), representing California's dairy families today announced the award of over $1.4 million in cash, books and school supply prizes to elementary schools in Southern California as part of the Real Seal Appeal! sweepstakes drawing.

Two dairy farm manure anaerobic digestion projects under development in Sacramento County, Calif., are making progress and may be operational by the end of the year.

Kings County farmer pursues vision of sustainability Brian Medeiros

By Seth Nidever | Posted: Saturday, December 17, 2011 9:00 am

HANFORD - If you want a glimpse into the future of local dairy farming, look no further than Brian Medeiros.

By Robert Rodriguez - The Fresno Bee
Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2011 | 09:59 PM 

Valley dairy farmers have donated 12,000 half-gallons of milk to area food banks as part of a new effort to help the needy.

The donation -- the equivalent of a tanker truck of milk -- was provided by the 250 members of the Land O' Lakes dairy cooperative in Tulare and processed by Producers Dairy in Fresno.

Read more at FresnoBee.com

by Margaret Duarte, published on October 11, 2011

It's harvest time on our dairy farm. Time to reap the corn of our labors.

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