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A.H. Whitmore Grove site at FCRF and USDA Facility in Groveland, FL

A.H. Whitmore Foundation Farm is owned and partly managed by the Florida Citrus Research Foundation (FCRF). The farm does a lot of USDA work in research services, with the most

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Five Ways To Improve Land Profitability

Sponsored by Ag America Lending Agriculture is a resourceful industry and farmers understand the potential of raw land more than anyone. While each operation holds a unique story of success

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Improving Root Health and Citrus Tree Productivity

It’s no understatement that citrus greening has had a significant negative impact on the Florida citrus industry. Many growers are looking for ways to increase the productivity of citrus trees,

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Essential Information About COVID-19 and Your Horse

Navigating this worrisome time during the pandemic with so much information to consider for your own safety as well as the safety of your horse can be challenging. We have

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Grass Is Only Part of the Cattle Quotient

I have spent a fair amount of time lately discussing the benefits of grass-fed beef, but there’s so much more to nutrition than just grass. Here are a few benefits

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Accommodation Builds Trust and Loyalty

If you look up “cold storage news” on the Internet, you’ll find plenty of articles about an industry growing on the backs of big-box companies and venture capitalists that are

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The Benefits of Being the Best Around

I was visiting with a doctor friend today, and he asked me the same question I get frequently. He said, “I’m on your mailing list for investment properties, how in

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Time to Prepare for the Growing Season

April’s warmer temperatures and typically dry weather signal spring is here, meaning it’s time to prune branches damaged by the winter cold and prepare for the growing season.  When flowering

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Signs of the Season Sponsored by Farm Credit of Central Florida

Florida Climate Perfect for Peanuts by ERIKA ALDRICH Sponsored by Farm Credit of Central Florida Peanuts are a favorite snack for most, whether they are roasted, in the shell, used

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More Than Academics

Warner University’s Ag Program Tailored for Potential by TERESA SCHIFFER When Warner Southern College opened its doors in Lake Wales in 1968, there were just 27 students in that first