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Demand for Grass-Fed Beef Predicted to Grow

According to a report by the market research firm Technavio, the global market for grass-fed beef is predicted to grow dramatically over the next five years. Projections from January 2020

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Signs of the Season Sponsored by Farm Credit of Central Florida

Bell Peppers, Cucumbers and Eggplants Thrive During Florida Winters by ERIKA ALDRICH Sponsored by Farm Credit of Central Florida The arrival of winter in The Sunshine State means a shift

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Employing a Threshold Approach for Psyllid Control and Sustainability

There’s no question that citrus greening has had a huge impact on Florida citrus growers. The reduction in production means lower revenue at the end of harvest, but high psyllid

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Cold Weather Care for Horses

The weather is getting colder and this means its time to develop a plan to keep your horses comfortable as the cool weather arrives. The main things to think about

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The Spirit of Christmas Is a Gift to All

At times, Christianity seems to focus more on “shouldn’t” as opposed to “should,” or “can’t” as opposed to “can.” Positivity over pessimism is hard work.   This holiday season is unique

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Celebrating 10 Years of Unwavering Commitment

Adams Cold Storage turns 10 this month, so say what you want about the other 11 months of this incredibly challenging year, but December 2020 is a gem. It’s been

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Keep Your Yard Lush During the Winter Months

Well, 2020 is finally coming to a close, and what a long, strange year it’s been! With more people staying home and tending their gardens, Doty Farm & Garden Supply

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Mistletoe Musings

There’s More to This Plant Than Movies Will Tell You by TIM CRAIG Every December there are certain things you can count on: holiday music in every store, extra cookies

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Precision Farming

U.S. Sugar Is Home to the Largest, Contiguous, Privately Owned Wi-Fi Network in America by HEATHER MACHOVINA U.S. Sugar was built on innovation. In the beginning, the key to its

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Harvesting the Holiday

Dade City’s Ergle Christmas Tree Farm helps the holiday spirit bloom by PAUL CATALA For at least a decade, Tony and Tracy Sanderson have driven  roughly eight miles south for