Hurricane Irma is bearing down on the northern Caribbean islands at Category 5-strength, and residents and businesses in its path are making storm preparations.
Hurricane Irma is tracking toward the United States, and because FEMA and other resources are depleted because of Harvey, farmers and all citizens should prepare now.
Invasive stiltgrass is bad enough by itself, crowding out native plant and insect species in about 25 eastern U.S. states, including Florida
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While it's still fresh in your mind, now is the time to make changes to your farm or ranch record keeping system. There are many programs available to help you organize your financial information.
Under the "Fresh From Florida" marketing campaign offered by the state's agriculture officials to stores and consumers, people are encouraged to buy things that are grown and raised in the Sunshine State, but beef isn't one of those products, yet.
Florida Farm Bureau is working to assess farm damage from Hurricane Irma.
Ranchers in Florida are no stranger to hurricane preparations, but each one brings it's own concerns. Hurricane Irma is expected to make landfall this weekend.