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Category: Disaster Preparation

Cattle care checklist: before and after the storm

Cattle care checklist: before and after the storm with UF/IFAS Extension livestock specialist, Doug Mayo Before the storm Preparing the pasture Secure loose objects or remove them from pastures. If possible, avoid placing cattle in pastures with electric… Read More

Cost-Share & Technical Resources for Agribusinesses: Extension, FSA, and NRCS

UF/IFAS Extension and partner agencies, such as the USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) and Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), offer cost-share and technical resources for agribusinesses.  Here are some highlights of available resources, which were originally presented in… Read More

Disaster Preparation: Protecting Your Home

As we see hurricane Laura’s effects in the news, it’s crucial to remain alert and prepare as hurricane season remains active and typically peaks in September. In fact, the National Weather Service recently revised its predictions for the… Read More

UF/IFAS Experts: How to clean up mold after storm, flood

If your home has been flooded or has experienced water damage, such as after a storm or hurricane, chances are mold and mildew are not far behind. UF/IFAS Extension family and consumer agents Samantha Kennedy and Katherine Allen… Read More

Registration Now Open for Hurricane Michael Timber Recovery Block Grant Program

Registration for the Florida Timber Recovery Block Grant Program is now available to forest landowners who suffered damage from Hurricane Michael in October 2018. Funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the program is managed by the Florida Division… Read More

Recording the Impacts of COVID-19 on Agricultural Professionals

Recording the Impacts of COVID-19 on Agricultural Professionals UF/IFAS researchers are surveying agricultural professionals on the impact of COVID-19. The intent of the project is to capture the stories within the Florida food system to provide insights into… Read More