Farm Bureau to Celebrate Agriculture at Bounty of the County

The Bounty of the County event offers a wide cross-section of products grown in Tulare County.
The Bounty of the County event offers a wide cross-section of products grown in Tulare County.

Tulare County Farm Bureau will present Bounty of the County from 5-8pm on September 20 at the Historic Seven Sycamores Ranch in Ivanhoe.

Bounty of the County is a celebration of local agriculture with bountiful samplings of food, beverages and specialty products grown in Tulare County. Tickets are $45 each and available at the Tulare County Farm Bureau Office.

The country casual evening will also include live music from Kevin Willard and the Cadillac Cowboys, as well as door prizes provided by participating exhibitors and the Farm Bureau.

“We’re excited to provide the community with an event where they can come out and enjoy samples of fine local food and wine in a casual, country environment,” said Joey Airoso, Tulare County Farm Bureau president. “Bounty of the County is a great way to celebrate Tulare County agriculture and all it has to offer.”

Many local farmers, restaurants and businesses will be present showcasing their culinary specialties at Bounty of the County, including Summerhill Dairy, All Fired Up Pizza, Brewbakers, Hazel’s Kitchen, Rosa Brothers Milk Company, Cacciatore Fine Wines, Stafford’s Famous Chocolates and more.

The evening also includes the “Best of Bounty” contest, where patrons can vote for their favorite dishes exhibited at the event. Guests will vote for their favorites in the categories of Most Savory, Best Sweet Treat and Best Fresh Product. Exhibitors will be awarded prizes, recognition and, of course, bragging rights for being named the “Best of Bounty.”

Tickets are $45 and are available for purchase by contacting the Tulare County Farm Bureau at 732-8301 or [email protected] For more information, visit www.tulcofb.org.

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