Central Florida Ag News - June 2018

Publisher: Central Florida Media Group LLC
Category: Business
Language: English
Frequency : Monthly

HORSES VS RAIN Rainy season is here, and if you have horses you may wonder if it’s okay to leave them out to enjoy the rain. Dr. Katie Hennessy answers some questions about horses and rain, to keep your equine companion fit and happy. BLUEBERRY SEASON RECAP Now that the season is over, local blueberry growers talk about this year’s market and how they feel it went. Despite environmental environmental challenges like Hurricane Irma, it seemed to have been a decent year for all involved. Read on to learn about their challenges and hopes for the years to come.

CENTRAL FLORIDA AG NEWS MAGAZINE WAS CREATED TO SERVE THOSE INTERESTED IN AGRICULTURE IN OUR COMMUNITY AND IT IS A TARGETED PUBLICATION • Central Florida Ag News offers up-to-date news that farmers, ranchers and people with interest in the agricultural industry care about • The latest political news including local, state and national coverage can be found inside the pages of Central Florida Ag News • Our youth matter to Central Florida Ag News and each issue will feature news from the areas FFA and 4H programs • The various agriculture sectors important to Central Florida are covered in Central Florida Ag News as well. News every month in print and updated often online from a long list of contributors, which include but are not limited to … • The Farm Bureau • Florida Citrus Mutual • Florida Citrus Commission • Florida Fertilizer and Agriculture Association • Aquaculture Association • Nursery and Landscape Association • Florida Fruit and Vegetable Association • University of Florida Agriculture extension office • Southwest Florida Water Management District • FFA and 4H chapters • Florida Blueberry, Strawberry, Tomato, Watermelon and Blackberry Growers Associations

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