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January 3, 2000 | RICHARD CHON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
James and George Borba thought they were giving residents of Kern County just what they wanted. Invited by county officials into this rich agricultural valley, the Chino dairymen were impressed by what they saw: vast expanses of inexpensive farmland, a local government traditionally friendly to agriculture, and practically no neighbors in sight of their 4,700 acres south of the city limits. "It's a perfect place to build a dairy: out in the middle of nowhere," George Borba said last spring.
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January 3, 2000 | RICHARD CHON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
James and George Borba thought they were giving residents of Kern County just what they wanted. Invited by county officials into this rich agricultural valley, the Chino dairymen were impressed by what they saw: vast expanses of inexpensive farmland, a local government traditionally friendly to agriculture, and practically no neighbors in sight of their 4,700 acres south of the city limits. "It's a perfect place to build a dairy: out in the middle of nowhere," George Borba said last spring.
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