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Keeping Stores Stocked and Customers Happy

While the night before Christmas may have promised no creatures stirring — not even a mouse — here at Adams Cold Storage, we were up and ready for the challenge

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Support Our Youth in Agriculture

Walt Disney once said, “Our greatest natural resource is the minds of our children.”    Few would argue this is especially true in the ag community. Maintaining interest in agriculture

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A Time for Growth and a Time to Plan

The new year brings about changes and resolutions, and for gardeners that can mean turning a new leaf. It’s a time for growth and planning, pruning and planting. What’s going

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A Call to Revamp Citrus Classifications

Florida’s citrus industry is as full of regulations, statutes, and rules as it is varieties of citrus. These regulations all served a valid purpose at one time, but many in

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Identifying and Treating Colic in Foals

Horses and foals are the same animal, but as with most babies, they can show illness and discomfort a little differently.  A behavior frequently overlooked and often seen as cute

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Keeping Stores Stocked and Customers Happy

While the night before Christmas may have promised no creatures stirring — not even a mouse — here at Adams Cold Storage, we were up and ready for the challenge

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Tis the Season! Keep Lawn, Garden on To-Do List

The holiday season is here — it began with the counting of our many blessings on Thanksgiving — and for most of us, it also means holiday season “to-do” lists.

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New 4R Program is Good News for Florida

The first Florida 4R Field Day saw the announcement of the launch of the new Florida 4R Certification Program to improve and protect water quality. Florida is a big ag

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New Year’s Resolutions for the Farmers

The mercury is finally dropping, the calendar is down to the last page, and yet the farmer’s work is never done. As we stand ready to move into a new

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Know the Signs of Rabies in Horses

When hearing the word rabies, most people think of vicious, salivating dogs, but unfortunately, rabies can affect horses. The virus that causes rabies is transmitted through infected saliva (usually via