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Julia D. Berry

Executive Director

Madera Chamber of Commerce

HQ Phone:  (559) 673-3563

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Madera Chamber of Commerce

120 North E Street

Madera, California,93638

United States

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www.maderatribune.com

"For the first time in history, the United States has imported more ag products than we exported," said Julia Berry, executive director of the Madera County Farm Bureau.
"That should concern every American." For the past 20 years and more, farmers, dairy producers and ranchers have battled not only low prices for their products, but also an onslaught of regulations that are slowly crippling the industry. "The agricultural community has learned more about water conservation than anyone else," Berry said. Berry showed charts that show the average American family spends about 9.7 percent of their annual income to fulfill their nutritional needs. The United Kingdom spends 16.4 percent and Mexico spends 26.6 percent of their income for food. "Water, of course, is a key issue to all California farmers," Berry said. "Our members have joined he Eastern San Joaquin Water Quality Coalition," Berry said. "The state wants to track every drop of water in the state, regulate it and get people to pay for it," Berry said. Regulations that are hurting the agricultural industry go beyond water issues. "Right now there is a bill called the 'heat stress bill'," Berry said. Berry believes many of the problems agriculture faces are due to the urbanization of California. "The further we get from agarian society, the more society will create myths about agriculture," Berry said. "Most of the time the farmer is simply spraying sulfur, a common practice," Berry said. "Agriculture is the most highly regulated industry in California," Berry said.


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Our growers have stepped up with financial donations to fight back," said Julia Berry, executive director of the Madera County Farm Bureau.


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It just so happens that there are three interviews on today's FoxBusiness.com regarding high-speed rail, the first with former Chowchilla City Councilman Jim Kopshever, the second with Madera Farm Bureau Director Julia Berry, and the third with Madera County Supervisor Frank Bigelow.


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Julia Berry, Madera County Farm BureauDirector


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