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May 2021

Virtual Hill to the Field Encourages Local Advocacy

By |May 4th, 2021|Categories: Florida Farm Bureau|

Virtual Hill to the Field Encourages Local Advocacy May 2021 FloridAgriculture eNewsletter Due to the pandemic and strictly regulated travel, the annual Field to the Hill advocacy trip to Washington, D.C. will not take place [...]

USDA Listening Session for Beginning Farmers and Ranchers

By |May 4th, 2021|Categories: Florida Farm Bureau|

USDA Listening Session for Beginning Farmers and Ranchers May 2021 FloridAgriculture eNewsletter On Thursday, May 6 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. EST, FSA and AMS will be hosting a virtual listening session with beginning farmers [...]

Artificial Intelligence Could Use Images from Smartphones to Detect Pests Destroying Strawberries in Florida

By |May 4th, 2021|Categories: Florida Farm Bureau|

Artificial Intelligence Could Use Images from Smartphones to Detect Pests Destroying Strawberries in Florida May 2021 FloridAgriculture eNewsletter Scientists at the University of Florida developed an app for smartphones that will use images to locate [...]

Cultivating Tomorrow: Alachua County Farm Bureau President Richard Feagle

By |May 3rd, 2021|Categories: Florida Farm Bureau|

Cultivating Tomorrow: Alachua County Farm Bureau President Richard Feagle May 2021 FloridAgriculture eNewsletter Richard Feagle was elected as president of Alachua County Farm Bureau in January of this year after nearly a decade of serving [...]

April 2021

Cultivating Tomorrow: Washington County Farm Bureau President George Fisher

By |April 1st, 2021|Categories: Florida Farm Bureau|

Cultivating Tomorrow: Washington County Farm Bureau President George Fisher April 2021 FloridAgriculture eNewsletter Washington County Farm Bureau (WCFB) President George Fisher is a second generation cattle and hay farmer, currently raising the third generation. He [...]

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