More than 1,200 exhibitors pitch products, solutions and ideas every year at the World Ag Expo in Tulare. Tucked within the booths of the farm show’s enormous dairy pavilion, agriculture associations and economic development councils from Midwest states are promising something potentially more valuable: fewer regulations. But that may not be enough to attract younger dairy farmers who are adopting more innovative approaches to survive in California’s changing and costly business climate.

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