Andrew Skidmore, state president for Future Farmers of America, examines a nut harvesting machine at Flory Industries in Salida, Calif., on Thursday, Feb. 2, 2017. He was one of several agriculture students taking part in a job-shadowing day in Salida and a few other locations.
Andrew Skidmore, state president for Future Farmers of America, examines a nut harvesting machine at Flory Industries in Salida, Calif., on Thursday, Feb. 2, 2017. He was one of several agriculture students taking part in a job-shadowing day in Salida and a few other locations. John Holland jholland@Modbee.com
Andrew Skidmore, state president for Future Farmers of America, examines a nut harvesting machine at Flory Industries in Salida, Calif., on Thursday, Feb. 2, 2017. He was one of several agriculture students taking part in a job-shadowing day in Salida and a few other locations. John Holland jholland@Modbee.com

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