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Publisher Letter: Adding a New ‘Layar’ to Our Print Media

At Central Florida Media Group, we’re constantly thinking about and looking for better ways to connect with our advertisers and readers. We also recognize that for print media to thrive

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Give Your Garden the Gift of Health

It’s hard to believe that the holidays are almost upon us once again. However, that’s no reason to forget about the important steps that will keep your lawn and garden

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The Use of Windbreaks on the Farm

There is no controlling the weather, but in today’s Florida agricultural landscape, farmers and growers are actively testing ways to have power over what they can. We use the latest

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Editor’s Blog: The Heights We Go to Bring You Something Truly Unique

At Central Florida Media Group, we’re very fortunate to have an incredibly talented and committed team. Every member (whether employed or contributing staff) works to make Central Florida Ag News

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PCFB: President’s Column (November 2012)

As I write this column on Veterans Day, and with the 2012 elections concluded, I am reminded of the gratitude that we owe to those who have made the ultimate

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A Frequently Asked Question: What is Colic?

Sometimes during the course of traveling across Central Florida and tending to large animals, I am asked, “What is colic?”

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Getting Organized with Electronic File Keeping

I recently attended the UF Farm Labor Supervisor Training Program and was impressed with the instructors and the interactive nature of the educational sessions focused on wage-and-hour and HR compliance.

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No Time Like the Present for Your Lawn

During the months of November and December, our state goes through one of its most dramatic weather pattern shifts of the year. The rainy season comes to a close and

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PCFB: President’s column (October 2012)

AS THE CLOCK WINDS DOWN toward Election Day, I cannot stress often enough the importance of each of our votes on November 6. As with any election, our very livelihoods

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Commissioner’s AgriCorner: From the war to the woods for wounded veterans

There are 3.4 million veterans in America with a service-connected disability, and more and more are coming home wounded every day. Soldiers who once fought for their country are now