Polk County Cattlemen’s Association

Q&A with the PCCA Sweetheart on upholding the cattle tradition

BAILEY BUCHANON, the current Polk County Cattlemen’s Association Sweetheart, is proud to call herself a cowgirl, and is a true example of a homegrown girl who loves her roots. Central Florida Ag News asked her some questions about the industry and her goals as this year’s Sweetheart in upholding some of the cattle traditions.

It’s a good time to be a cattleman in Florida

THE CATTLE RANCHING business in Florida supports more than 50,000 jobs and brings more than $6 billion in overall impact to the state — but for J.B. and Leigh Ann Wynn, it’s a way of life.

The PCFB President’s Column

The “Annual Youth in Ag” edition is one that I look forward to reading each year. There is something invigorating about hearing how our youth are continuing ag traditions while expanding existing ag programs and studying new innovative technologies with the same pioneering spirit that we see so often in our industry. I enjoy reading …

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PCFB President’s Column: Learn about the candidates and issues

ELECTION CYCLES ARE ALWAYS critical to the future of our county, state, and nation. In the current election season, it is now more important than ever that we not only show up to the polls but are diligent in our efforts to educate ourselves on the candidates, issues, and all that is ultimately at stake.

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