September 6, 2019
06:00 pm to 09:00 pm: Bounty of the County, Historic Seven Sycamores Ranch, Ivanhoe
For the 10th year in a row, Tulare County Farm Bureau is inviting the community to join us in celebration of Tulare County Agriculture at Bounty of the County on Sept. 6, 2019, at the Historic Seven Sycamores Ranch in Ivanhoe.
Guests can enjoy the finest food and beverage made with locally sourced products at the tasting event, 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Tickets are $50 each and available at the Tulare County Farm Bureau office. Tickets will also be available at the door for $70.
The country casual evening will include live music by the Danny Millsap Band as well as door prizes provided by Farm Bureau and participating local vendors. The popular gun raffle will be back, with 3 firearms to be given away that night (all federal and state firearm transfer laws apply). Event and raffle tickets are on sale at the office, and gun raffle tickets will be available the night of the event.
“This is such a great event, we celebrate local artisans and chefs, enjoy some great food and drink, and it is a relaxing time at the historic ranch,” said Joe Russell, Tulare County Farm Bureau President.
Local farmers, restaurants and businesses will be showcasing their culinary delights at Bounty of the County including the following vendors: All Fired Up! Pizza, Cacciatore Fine Wines & Olive Oils, Ciao Cow Creamery, Hazel's Kitchen, Mama K's Cafe, Naturally Nuts, Nestle-Häagen Dazs, Puffed Perfection, Quesadilla Gorilla, Rosa Brothers Milk Company, Rosa's Italian Restaurant, Sue Sa’s Creative Catering, The Naked Nut, Three Rivers Brewing Co., Tulare Meat Locker and Sausage Co., Western BBQ Company.
The “Best of Bounty” contest will be held again this year, where guests can vote for their favorite dishes exhibited at Bounty of the County. Guests can 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”.
Sponsors for the evening include: Bank of the Sierra, County of Tulare, Farm Credit West, Gar Tootelian Inc., High Sierra Ag Inc., Kast and Co., Kaweah Pump Inc., Larry Micari for Supervisor, Nationwide, Sierra Crest Ag Inc., Southern California Edison, Taste Tulare County, and Zion’s Ag Finance.
Gun Raffle partners: CA Rural Crime Prevention Taskforce, Lawrence Tractor Co. and Smokin' Barrel Firearms. Top prize this year is a Benelli Shotgun Super Black Eagle 3 Camo, 12 gauge with 28" barrel, along with a Kimber 1911 Custom II handgun, and a "pick your caliber" Savage 111 Trophy Hunter XP Rifle with scope. Raffle tickets are $50, available now or at event.
Admission Tickets are available for $50 pre-sale and $70 at the door. Contact the Tulare County Farm Bureau at 732-8301 to buy tickets today!
Tulare County is the leading agriculture production county and the top dairy-producing county in the nation. The Tulare County Farm Bureau represents more than 1,300 family farmers and works to promote and enhance the viability of Tulare County agriculture.