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Category: Farm Management

Wild Weeds – Morning Glories

Wild Weeds – Weed of the Month Morning-Glories Ipomea sp. There are about 25 types of  Morning-Glories found in Florida, some native and some not. Morning-glories come in a variety of colors, from purple, pink, blue, red, white… Read More

Ranching: It’s Not Just about the Beef

Cattle ranching has been a pillar in the American community since its founding, but ranching isn’t just about the beef. Nearly 620,000 ranching operations occupy 337 million acres in the US Cattle pastures account for every 1 in… Read More

New Cattle Identification Requirements

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Updated Rules for the USDA Animal Identification Plan Advancing Animal Disease Traceability using Electronic Identification Devices *THE USDA HAS CURRENTLY STALLED THE TRANSITION TO RFID TAGS, INFORMATION WILL BE UPDATED AS CHANGES TO THE PLAN ARE POTENTIALLY MADE*… Read More

Wild Weeds – Yellow Jessamine

Wild Weeds – Weed of the Month Yellow Jessamine Gelsemium sempervirens Yellow Jessamine, also called Carolina Jasmine, is a Florida native but will only catch your eye for a short period. The vine is often found trailing through… Read More

Wild Weeds – American Beautyberry

Wild Weeds – Weed of the Month American Beautyberry Callicarpa americana .This large bush makes a statement all year round, particularly during the fall when its berries are beginning to ripen. The bush is often 3-5 feet tall,… Read More