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Not just lemons: Limoneira navigates new ventures cautiously

By   /  Friday, March 30th, 2012  /  Agribusiness, Real Estate, Top Stories  /  Comments Off on Not just lemons: Limoneira navigates new ventures cautiously

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LoganView Capital launches with $2.4M hotel loan purchase

By   /  Friday, January 20th, 2012  /  Columns, Real Estate  /  Comments Off on LoganView Capital launches with $2.4M hotel loan purchase

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Limoneira leases Sheldon Ranches property

By   /  Wednesday, January 11th, 2012  /  Latest news  /  Comments Off on Limoneira leases Sheldon Ranches property

Santa Paula-based Limoneira Co. entered into a series of leases with the Sheldon Ranches, which consists of 1,000 acres of agricultural property in the San Joaquin Valley. With the leases, Limoneira, an agribusiness that owns farm land and water rights throughout California and produces lemons, avocados, oranges and other crops, will take over operations of Read More →

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Betting on a windfall: A new kind of project for Paso Robles

By   /  Monday, October 18th, 2010  /  Features  /  Comments Off on Betting on a windfall: A new kind of project for Paso Robles

Windfall Farms may one day be to Paso Robles what Montecito is to Santa Barbara — an enclave for millionaire retirees and the weekend wealthy. But the San Luis Obispo County version has a few extra country charms thrown in, like alfalfa fields, grazing cattle, wine grapes and Kentucky-style horse facilities. The 724-acre Windfall Farms Read More →

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