John Magee

Agri-News

Can Tea Become Florida’s Next Commodity?

Florida Roots

Hunt Bros. Packinghouse Closure Leaves Only 13 in Operation in Florida

Fourth Annual Grape Field Day

Over the years, Central Florida Ag News has had the privilege of sharing with our readers the successful stories of area wineries. I have to admit that before coming to Central Florida Media Group, I had no idea grapes were a crop that could thrive and prove profitable in Florida. Yet our state has an …

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Katie Hennessy

Help Your Horse Manage Summer Issues

The summer weather has its advantages for horse owners, such as lower hay bills due to increased pasture grass, shorter hair coats to maintain, and longer daylight hours. Despite these benefits, there are some challenges that come with the heat and extra sunshine. Here’s how to tackle some common ones:   Hydration It’s important to …

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Researchers Focus on Cattle Genetics

Tracking genetics is nothing new to agriculture. In fact, the science of genetics is traced back to an Austrian friar tracking traits of pea plants. Scientists have followed genetic traits in cattle to identify which produce more milk or meat. But now, two University of Florida researchers hope to incorporate artificial intelligence (or “AI”) to …

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