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  • But all in all it is a nice town and everyone should experience it once

    • by Sherrie Taylor
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      I grew up in Tulare, Ca. many years ago when it was a small agricultural town. They were famous for the cotton crop and their grape to raisin crops.

      I loved the fair when it came to town each September bringing with it relatives who worked the circuit. But today Tulare is a much larger town and the center for the San Joaquin Valley and the world.

      It has grown in size and is the main stay for agriculture still. But the crops have changed with the years, the fair has changed the times it happens each summer and many attractions have been added to this wonderful town.

      Each


      February the town of Tulare comes alive as vendors from all over the world gather for one of the largest farm equipment and farming techniques in the world. You can learn the latest in how to produce better and larger amounts of eggs while keeping your flock healthier than in years past.

      You learn about different breeds of cattle and what they are capable of producing from meat to milk. Every kind of animal in the farming market today is represented and how to market their meat or by products for the consumer on a larger scale and for a better price.

      Vendors are set up to show the ...


      • latest in tractors to disk to plows. Every pieces of modern equipments while working the fields from inside a moving machine equipped with cooling systems for those hot afternoons, heating for the cooler mornings and a great sounds system to rock the day away while working to provide the very best.

        Updates on grain protection and production, pest control both natural and chemical. Whatever is the latest and greatest for farming and ranching production and care is represented.

        Also half way between Tulare and Visalia is a park named Mooney Grove. It is the original site of the “End Of The Trail” statue.

        As a child we climbed all

        over it, but now there is a replica in it’s place because the original sits in the Oklahoma City Museum for it’s preservation and protection as one of America’s greatest art pieces. Tulare is known for it’s fog in the winter that can get so thick you have to drive with your drivers window down and watching the white line next to you to remain on your side of the road.

        The summers are great for a while until they reach temperatures in the 100’s. It can get so hot you can’t step on the sidewalk without wearing shoes.

        But all in all it is a nice town and everyone should experience it once!




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