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California organic farm’s equipment is bigger, but not radically different

publication date: May 1, 2011
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Eatwell farmMost of my experience comes from working on farms that are under 20 acres, but there are lots of folks I know who are working significantly more than that. In March I took a trip down to California, hoping to see a little sunshine after what has turned out to be an incredibly cool, wet winter here in the Northwest. I arranged visits with Eatwell Farm in Dixon and Full Belly Farm in Guinda and hoped I might get some photos of their equipment in action and compare their operations to the under-20-acre operations I profiled in February and March. 

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