The 2021 Small Ruminant Workshop will be held Saturday October 23rd at the South Beef Teaching Unit at the University of Florida, starting at 8:30am and ending by 2:00pm. Lunch is included! We have an exceptional lineup… Read More
Equine Academy New Self-Paced Online Course Available for Horse Owners! Whether you are an avid horseman or just recently got your first horse, we have a course for you! This in-depth course covers the five… Read More
Check out these upcoming virtual event opportunities offered by the Agriculture and Natural Resources agent at UF/IFAS Extension Baker County. Small & Backyard Poultry: Home Remedies – What You Should and Should Not Do June… Read More
Rodent Control Rodents can cause a lot of damage to feed and tack rooms, plus they can put your horses health in jeopardy. Learn how to control rodents in this months edition of the Horse… Read More
Wild Weeds – Weed of the Month Coral Ardisia Ardisia crenata Coral Ardisia is a small, upright shrub that was used extensively in the ornamental landscape industry. The dark glossy leaves and bright red berries… Read More
Wild Weeds – Weed of the Month Privet Ligustrum sinense and Ligustrum lucidum Two types of privet are found as invasive species in Florida, Chinese Privet (L. sinense) and Glossy Privet (L. lucidum). Both privets… Read More
Bedding Considerations Searching for the perfect stall bedding for your horses? Think about these considerations before choosing! Sign up to receive the Horse Herald to your email here!
Join us for this virtual series hosted by the North Florida Livestock Agents Group! This free event will feature four separate events covering a wide range of information for small ruminant producers. Pre-registration required. Register… Read More
Barrel Racing Spotlight Learn about the riding discipline, barrel racing, in this months edition of the Horse Herald! Sign up to receive the Horse Herald to your email here!
Wild Weeds – Weed of the Month Lantana Lantana camara Lantana is a tricky plant in natural areas. There is a Florida native lantana, L. depressa, but unfortunately it is now considered endangered. Majority of lantana… Read More