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Washington orchard, vineyards change hands

  • April 17th, 2014

Allan Brothers, a tree fruit grower-shipper-packer of Yakima Valley, Washington, is buying Sagemoor Farms’s orchards and vineyards, effective at the end of April.

Allan Brothers, with a long farming history in the Yakima Valley of nearly 100 years, is headquartered in Naches. The family grows, packs, and ships apples and cherries. The Sagemoor Farms and Sagemoor Vineyards acquisition totals 880 [...]

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