LDS Vineyard / Grape Harvest 2016 (Available in 4K & 1080p Resolutions)





LDS Vineyard / Grape Harvest 2016 (Available in 4K & 1080p Resolutions)


The vineyards are so differents than ours in France. They seems to be like little thees, and the fields are soooo big! Very nice drone captures! Congretulations. I pilot a dji spark and I can say that you are really good! Be bless in Jesus name.
The Grape vines, need pruning, but first we need to harvest the Raisins. So why do so many worrie about the work that is needed...
My family and I donated our time to work in this vineyard operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints over the 30 year period we lived in the San Joaquin Valley . Church members donated their labor and the LDS (Mormon) Church used the raisins to feed the poor. We all have fond memories of the sweet spirit accompanying laboring with others to serve the Lord. Book of Mormon, Mosiah 2:17 "when ye are in the service of your fellow beings ye are only in the service of your God"
Hi, I'm working on a mini-documentary about the vineyard. Can I get your email?
Because of Jesus we are blessed by family love is that one day we will be with our heavenly father and his son by the power of the Holy Ghost Christ was born to earthly mother virgin Mary and Joseph took care of them in Egypt. I pray we see a Temple in Israel the city of David Jerusalem were Christ was born.
What kind of sorcery is this!! Wow this is beautiful really hope i will do some work in a place like this, one day.
wow,,such an amazing wonderful and beautiful project,,,,,wish all the people be under the protection of God and love or jesus,
respect from Iran to all of you dear christian brothers and sister,,,God bless all of you,
nice job!
thank you so much for making this! what an amazing project this is.
What arrangement is this?


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Agro Space


Agricultural economics refers to economics as it relates to the "production, distribution and consumption of [agricultural] goods and services".

The word agriculture is a late Middle English adaptation of Latin agricultūra, from ager, "field", and cultūra, "cultivation" or "growing".