Thought about sticking to Meatless Monday to reduce your carbon foot print? Let’s discuss why there are better options for you to reduce your impact on climate change! How much meat are we eating? According to USDA Supply… Read More
Cattle Do Cause Climate Change But not in the way you might think…. Let’s talk about US Beef production and its impact on our environment, our world, and our future. During their entire life cycle from pasture to… Read More
Named by Ponce de Leon in 1513, La Florida means “Land of Flowers” — and indeed it is! Florida has more than 3,600 native and naturalized flowering species. Wildflowers are plants that grow in their natural state with… Read More
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
Congratulations to Doug and Teresa Moore for their outstanding forest stewardship and being selected as Florida’s Outstanding Tree Farmers of 2018. Located at the headwaters of the St. Mary’s River in Baker County, South Prong Plantation encompasses over 2,400 acres of pine flatwoods,… Read More
When people think about pollination, the honey bee immediately comes to mind. But honey bees are not native to the Americas. There are many other native insects that serve as pollinators for 75% of U.S. flowering plant species…. Read More
South Prong Plantation is located at the headwaters of the South Prong of the St. Mary’s River in Baker County. Doug Moore, South Prong owner and manager, purchased this timberland in 2002 because it was close to his… Read More
Conserving forage for use during times of low forage production is a common practice for beef cattle enterprises.