Back from the dead, the term “Pink Slime” has made headlines again after a decision made by USDA to allow Lean, Finely Textured Beef (LFTB) to be labeled as ground beef. Here’s the who, what,… Read More
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… Read More
Join us for this exciting event at the Baker County Fairgrounds! You can purchase tickets HERE!
Horseback riders have an immense amount of bits to choose from, all varying in style, function, discipline, and severity. Knowing the basics of bits is an important first step in choosing the perfect bit for… Read More
The UF/IFAS Extension Office in Baker County is offering a tomato gardening class on Friday, February 22nd at 10:00 am. Topics include vegetable gardening basics, tomato variety selection, general care, tomato pruning techniques, and common tomato… Read More
Wild Weeds – Weed of the Month White Clover Trifolium repens White Clover is often seen as a desirable species and is a frequent feature in Florida’s natural areas. It is native to Europe but… Read More
Equine Vital Signs- What is Normal? Knowing what is normal for your horse can help you circumnavigate a health disaster, from founder to colic. But what is normal for an adult horse? The January 2019… Read More
November Edition of the Horse Herald focuses on behavioral issues we see in horses. Have issues with your horses exhibiting these behaviors? Contact your local extension for ways to combat stereotypic behaviors.
Cabbage is grown in Florida during the cooler months and is relatively easy to grow if you follow these basic tips. Gardeners can easily start plants from seed. If you getting a late start, consider… Read More
Equine Laminitis Laminitis is caused by disruption of the blood flow to the laminae tissue, a connective tissue that holds the pedal (coffin) bone to the hoof wall. After enough of the laminae tissue has… Read More