Where's all the Ladino clover at? The cowboys is all gone nuts.

Submitted: Apr 22, 2015
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Badlands Journal editorial board

Badlands editors ran into this poiuted, 2-sentence public utterance in the Modesto Bee yeterday. We thought we'd pair it with a sample of the flak from the Trinitas website. We marvel at how much money the hedgefund doubtedless paid for the presentation of so much lack of information in such expansive, high-class fontage. We spared you the pictures of "our team," which may be real or may be additional expenses from Central Casting.

All is definitely not well in the former "Ladino Clover Capital of the World." The cowboys is all gone nuts. -- blj

 

4-21-15 

Modesto Bee

Letters to Editor

Why was water dumped in ditch?

   I watched a large water truck dumping water in a ditch at Rodden and Orange Blossom roads, where Trinitas has put in thousands of almond trees. If they have enough water to dump down the drain, please come up to my place and water my pasture.

   – Don Brock, Oakdale

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TRINITAS FARMING, LLC IS A LEADING FARM SERVICES COMPANY, OVERSEEING WORLD-CLASS AGRICULTURAL PROPERTIES AND BUSINESSES. HEADQUARTERED IN CALIFORNIA'S CENTRAL VALLEY, WE OFFER A FULL RANGE OF FARM MANAGEMENT AND AGRICULTURAL BUSINESS SERVICES TO OUR MEMBERS.

Our member farms and businesses are of many different sizes and are owned by a mix of local families, our employees and a variety of other families and groups. Along with our members, Trinitas Farming is committed to industry best practices, supporting our people and our local communities and the responsible use of resources and the environment.

--http://www.trinitasfarming.com/

 

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