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this spring enjoy National Garden Month with homegrown herbs. Each April, this month-long observance... more
For the first time, horses are telling the story of how they spread and flourished in the western U.S. Until now, the accepted theory of when and how horses came to the Great Plains and Northern … more
Okeechobee Livestock Market is hosting the “Second Chance Livestock Sale” for children across the sunshine state who were unable to show an animal … more
As we enter the heart of Florida’s blueberry harvesting season, you can now enjoy the yummy fresh fruit during its finest hours... more
The Okeechobee Livestock Market, 1055 US 98 N., will host the Second Chance Livestock Sale on April 1, 2023. more
SNAP recipients can get double the value of their benefits when they purchase fresh fruits ... . more
Rocco Cohen is a 14-year-old 4-H competitor at the county fair each year. He takes his work with his livestock very seriously. Rocco has been showing chickens for four years and … more
Tenth grader Alyssa Cortez was shocked when Judge Jeff Albright awarded her a perfect score during the Okeechobee Youth Rabbit Show this week. … more
LAKE ALFRED — While Hurricane Ian lasted just a few days, a University of Florida researcher is looking at longer-term impacts in hopes of finding strategies to improve recovery and provide … more
University of Florida scientists want to help farmers in Florida and across the globe grow the cucurbit... more
The UF/IFAS Wedgworth Leadership Institute for Agriculture and Natural Resources (WLIANR) is soliciting nominations for Class XII... more
Despite challenges from diseases, land development trends and extreme weather, Florida’s citrus industry... more
Roses are red, violets are blue, but plants may be just right for you to give your Valentine this year more
Saraya Rowley, age 10 – almost 11 – has been raising chickens for about four years. In the past year, she started selling eggs ... more
But Florida may be the next agricultural region for small-scale commercial olive production. more
Weeds and invasive plants can be a nuisance to a home or business landscape, and some of them are also toxic... more
Terri Bates knows that if she wants to sell a good caladium, she can count on University of Florida scientists, including Zhanao Deng. more
$2.6 million is now available to landowners through the Sequestering Carbon and Protecting Florida Land program ... more
Okeechobee County Ag-Venture, Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides local fourth grade students... more
Starting a food business might seem intimidating, but UF/IFAS Extension courses can help make big dreams a reality. more
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