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Women of Wedgworth

During the two years Leigh Ann Wynn spent in the Wedgworth Leadership Institute for Agriculture and Natural Resources, she changed jobs, changed careers, adopted a son, joined the Polk County

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Danielle Daum, Supporting the Ag Industry Through Education

by ANNABEL ROCHA   Danielle Daum holds many titles, but at the core of her identity, she is two things: a farmer and a leader.   “I love the people.
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FFA Corner: Polk Gears Up for State Convention, Welcomes New Officers

by JESSICA ANDERSON As the school year comes to a close, FFA members are excited as they inch closer and closer to the Florida FFA State Convention and Expo that

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Bamboo’s Viability as a Commercial Crop in Florida

Florida is well known for the diversity of its agricultural offerings and alternative crop opportunities for growers. Bamboo might just be the next alternative crop to be added to Florida’s

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Musk Brings the Correction

Just when you think the train is off the track for good, America begins to correct itself.  We are so blessed to have the conveniences of the internet and social

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Sowing Seeds for the Future 

Jessica Anderson Helps to Create Avenues for Teachers, Students

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How Can I Tell If My Horse Is in Pain?

Horses are creatures of habit and routine. Their personalities are consistent in a lot of situations and their behavior is key to catching illness or injury in the early stages.

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Edging Our Way Back Toward ‘Normal’

Believe it or not, things at Adams Cold Storage aren’t going that bad. It’s probably that way in a lot of your businesses, too. Don’t get me wrong, it’s not

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Is Latest Research a Greening Game-Changer?

The Florida citrus industry could use a “game-changer” in the fight against citrus greening, and they may get it with the research being done by UF/IFAS Professor of Microbiology and Cell

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The Woman Behind Central Florida Youth in Agriculture 

Laura Taylor Recognized a Need That She and Her Husband Knew They Could Fill