According to the California Farm Bureau Federation (www.cfbf.com), a dry week has given Southern California agricultural officials more opportunity to assess damage from this month’s floods and storms.
So far, most agricultural damage appears to have occurred in Ventura County, which has reported losses of nearly $38 million. In San Bernardino County, agricultural inspectors say dairy farmers have reported $2 million in lost milk production.
Other counties may issue damage estimates later.
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