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American Farm Bureau Federation Young Farmers & Ranchers

By Baxter Troutman The folks at the U.S. departments of Labor and Agriculture keep track of a lot of information, and some of it deals with the nation’s farmers. Current

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Problem-Solving Adjuvant Cohere®

By John Baxter Sticker/spreaders are a type of adjuvant that you can mix in a sprayer tank with insecticides, fungicides, or foliar fertilizers to make the product stick to the

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ACS By the Numbers

By Ben Adams, Jr. In business, we deal with numbers — financial tallies, customer data, inventory counts, product variety and identification, order accuracy etc. — and, more often than not,

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Municipal Bonds: Are they right for you?

By Eric Greenhow If you’ve been investing money for any length of time, you might be familiar with municipal bonds. You may also be aware that if you invest in

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Gearing up the Garden with Summer Vegetables

By BILL DOTY Backyard vegetable gardening in Central Florida is more than just exercise; it’s an exercise in transition, with each month providing better conditions for growing some plants rather

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From the Horse’s Mouth!

By Dr. Katie Hennessy Like ourselves, horse’s need regular dental care for their 36- 40 teeth. Horses have 12 incisors, but past the large gap (where the bit is placed)

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Have a Business? Know the Value of a Commercial Litigation Lawyer

By Clark, Campbell, Lancaster & Munson, P.A. It is a litigious world we live in, and if you own a business—including an agricultural operation—then it is in your best interest

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How Drone Advancements Can Help Citrus Growers in the Field

Florida citrus growers have a lot on their plates these days, but recent research from the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS) shows that drones, also

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Vaccines – Are they really that important?

Vaccines stimulate the body’s own immune system into producing antibodies against a specific disease without actually causing the disease. The antibodies “prime” the body for potential infection and result in

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Allergy Prevention Tips for Farm Workers, Gardeners, and Lovers of the Great Outdoors

Spring is here, and, in Florida, that means several things: It means many farm workers are busy harvesting; that backyard growers and gardeners are in full swing; and outdoor enthusiasts