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  • Jude Grosser: Giving Growers Better Options
    By Tacy Callies Some people start young adulthood by following in their parents’ footsteps. Jude Grosser began by following the path of his oldest brother, Tim, instead. Both went to Thomas More College and majored in biology. After that, their education and careers took different turns. Grosser thought he would work in wildlife or fisheries, […]
    Tacy Callies
  • HCCGA Discusses Disaster Relief Funding
    After months of fighting for disaster relief funding, Florida agriculture finally received the answer it has been waiting to hear. On Feb. 9, a disaster relief package was passed through Congress that allocated $3.6 billion to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, with $2.36 billion going toward Florida agriculture producers who suffered hurricane-related crop loss. While […]
    Abbey Taylor
  • PIECES OF THE PAST: Now Hold On Just a Minute!
    By Brenda Eubanks Burnette I recently came across a postcard in my collection that featured the Orlando headquarters of the Minute Maid Corporation, which made me curious about how the company started. The back of the postcard reads: “National Headquarters of Minute Maid Corporation in Orlando, Fla. Located near the heart of Florida’s rolling citrus […]
    Tacy Callies

RSS News From Southeast AgNet

  • Weekly Livestock Market Report
    Here are the weekly livestock market reports for Alabama and Georgia, for the week ended February 23, 2018, compiled by the Livestock Market News Service for all three states. AL Livestock Market Report: AL Livestock Market Report At Alabama Livestock Auctions for the week ended-February 23, 2018, receipts at 21 markets totaled an estimated 11,500 […]
  • Growers Should Plant for the Market
    During the recent National Peanut Buying Points Association Conference, a University of Georgia economist told peanut buying point managers that elimination of generic base means planted acres are fully decoupled from Title 1 commodity program, and therefore growers need to plant for the market. Tyron Spearman has the story. Growers Should Plant for the Market […]
  • Florida Cattlemen Continue Tracking Various Bills
    As the 2018 Florida Legislative Session draws nearer to close, there are various bills of interest to the Florida Cattlemen’s Association seeing action. FCA Director of Governmental Affairs, Sam Ard, has an update on where some of those currently stand. Florida Cattlemen Continue Tracking Various Bills The post Florida Cattlemen Continue Tracking Various Bills appeared […]