Why is testing your soil so important?
Some producers have their soils evaluated every year while other may not do it at all. If you submit a soil sample for testing with the UF/IFAS Soils lab you will receive information such as pH, phosphorus ... READ MORE
Water Wednesdays in November focus on Agricultural Best Management Practices (BMPs). Last week, we invited the Livestock Agent, Caitlin Bainum to give us an overview of manure management.
"Adoption of agricultural BMPs is more important than ... READ MORE
How to Take a Pond Water Sample
If you own a pond and plan to collect a water sample to have it tested for dissolved oxygen (DO), pH, toxic ammonia or alkalinity by your County Extension Agent, you will want to watch the video below to learn ... READ MORE
Cattle that experience nutritional stress while grazing the first lush growth of high-quality small grains and ryegrass pastures may become vulnerable to grass tetany. These fast-growing forages may be high in nitrogen and low in magnesium ... READ MORE
As you drive around the Tri-County, you will notice that we have a lot of ponds. We use these ponds for a variety of reasons, some of which include fishing, swimming and watering livestock. Fish need a habitat that provides optimum conditions ... READ MORE