Action Brings Action

If there is one true constant in life, it’s change. You must learn to embrace change, or you fall behind and quickly become irrelevant.  As with most high-risk businesses, agriculture, especially Florida citrus, has never been for the faint of heart. To succeed — or sometimes, just to survive — you need a keen sense …

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Make Your Voice Count

If you have been keeping up at all with the craziness coming out of Washington, it almost feels like common sense is a lost art. This is especially true when it comes to financial governance. In this inflationary environment, financial prudence is more important than ever. Funding a task force to count how many times …

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Fall Vet Visits Should Focus on Respiratory Vaccines, Tapeworm Treatment 

With the seasons changing and the weather getting cooler, this is the perfect time of year for your horse to have a visit with the vet, especially if traveling for competitions or leisure. Respiratory vaccines and tapeworm treatment are key components of a fall visit.  Respiratory infections like equine influenza and herpes virus are spread …

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Mike Roberts

Deadline for Hurricane Relief Extended 

Florida was ravaged by Hurricane Ian in September of 2022, and many industries suffered damage, including Florida’s ag industry; University of Florida economists estimated Hurricane Ian caused $1.03 billion in agricultural losses. Numerous relief programs were enacted, and many deadlines passed. Thankfully, the U.S. Department of Agriculture has extended the deadline for applications for relief …

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