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Highlands Native Selected to Serve on AGR Collegiate Advisory Council

by JULIE GMITTER   Highlands County native Gabe Smoak is a Lake Placid resident, born and raised, who comes from a long line of citrus growers and cattle handlers. His
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Struggle & Sweet Reward

Florida Watermelon Growers Fighting Inflation, Pests

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Community Auctions: Education, Income, and American Pride

I recently had the opportunity to be on the road in Missouri and attend a Saturday country livestock market auction. Since I went to events like this in my youth,

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A Growing Interest

Research Sheds Light on Which Compact Tomatoes Grow Well Indoors

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Equipped to Adapt

Mechanical Harvesting Gaining Popularity Amid Increased Imports, Labor Woes

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Horse Care During the Rainy Season

Here in Central Florida, we are preparing to enter the wetter part of the year. While this is great for our pasture grass, we usually have excess water remaining in

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Wedgworth Creates Leaders and Role Models

by J. Scott Angle jangle@ufl.edu @IFAS_VP   An important way UF/IFAS supports the local blueberry industry is the development of new varieties. Another way we help is the development of

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Protecting Lives and Property This Hurricane Season

Well, Memorial Day came and went, and lo and behold, it’s June, which means Hurricane Season.   According to the folks who follow these things, 2022 is expected to have

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Preparing Your Ag or Livestock Operation for a Hurricane

Hurricane season is officially upon us. If you have not yet done so, it is time to finish preparing your ag or livestock operation for a hurricane. The National Oceanic

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Investing in the Future

Warner University Student Payton Ogburn Receives Farm Bureau Scholarship