August is typically the hottest month of the year in Florida so it may seem crazy to be planning for the cool-season. But now is definitely the time to finalize your winter grazing plan. Maintaining a successful operation… Read More
Join us for an educational field day looking at the benefits of incorporating cool season forages into your pastures for winter grazing and supplementation. Lunch is being sponsored by Crop Protection Services. Space is limited please reserve your… Read More
Did you know that you can grow vegetables year round in Florida? The trick is knowing that summer really isn’t a good time for most veggies. A few, like sweet potatoes and okra, do well in the summer… Read More
Everywhere you look, someone around you is either sick with a cold or the flu. It almost makes you want to stay at home and hide! But, for those of us that must go out, here are some… Read More
People in Florida might not consider planning and preparing for winter weather events because of it’s normally mild temperatures. However, some northern Florida regions experience temperatures below freezing and occasional snow and ice storms during the winter months. … Read More
People aren’t the only ones who leave colder climates for the sunshine state. Look for these birds migrating to Florida this winter!
Just as our diets change with the seasons, so do the diets of grazing cattle and other livestock. In the spring and summer, these animals munch on perennial grasses, but in the fall and winter these grasses go… Read More
Even though cold weather can easily ruin a garden, growing cold-hardy plants can keep a garden healthy through the winter. Annuals Once your summer annuals start to fade, replace them with flowers that can withstand freezing temperatures. Examples… Read More
Have you considered how winter months can present their own specific safety considerations throughout the home? Learn how to protect yourself and your family by minimizing the risk of fires and other hazards. Heating the Home Fireplaces At the… Read More
Don’t let winter’s cold weather freeze your conservation-friendly habits; use the following tips to stay sustainable.