If you would like more information about this workshop please contact Jed Dillard at (850) 342-0187. To register for the workshop please contact Jed Dillard by Tuesday, February 9, 2016.
Category: Farm Management
If you’ve wondered what winter annuals do in the real world, you’ll want to join us for the Jefferson County Cool Season Field Day on Saturday, April 11 from 10am to 1 pm at Asheville, FL. You’ll see… Read More
If you are interested in learning more about the critical issues affecting your farm and family’s future, please join us at the 2015 AgSave$ Summit here at our office on Monday, February 23 from 10:00AM to 2:00 PM. … Read More
Dear Jefferson County Farm Families: Operating a successful family farm requires meeting many challenges. We focus on production, marketing and weather issues so intensely, we can forget to take care of the financial and family sides of the… Read More
Do you want to produce Certified Organic vegetables for sale, grow your own organic veggies or just learn what “organic gardening” really means? The upcoming series to be held at the Jefferson County Extension Office on January 15,… Read More
Date: Tuesday, December 9 Time: 6:00-8:30 p.m. Location: NFREC-Quincy, FL (155 Research Road) Program Agenda 5:30 – Sign In and Refreshments (Subs, Chips, Cookies) 6:00 – Welcome and Introductions 6:15-6:45 – The Equine Digestive System and Introduction to… Read More
The Florida State Beekeepers, Central Panhandle, Chipola, and Tupelo Beekeepers Associations, in partnership with the Florida Department of Agriculture, and UF/IFAS Extension, are proud to offer the 4th annual Beekeepers Workshop & Trade-show November 14th & 15th! This… Read More
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The next Jefferson Pasture Series – “Cool Season Grazing for Livestock and Wildlife” is scheduled for Tuesday, September 23, 2014 at 7:00. The class will be held at the Jefferson County Extension Office, 2729 West Washington Hwy, Monticello,… Read More
A horse was diagnosed with Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) in Jefferson County last week. EEE is a viral disease transmitted by mosquitos and affects both horses and humans. The virus is found in birds and is transmitted by… Read More