Be inspired by this rancher’s passion for raising cattle and agriculture. John Thomas has deep roots in Citrus County, his family has been cattle ranching for over 100 years. His inspiring life story is proof that hard work and dedication always perseveres. His two daughters will one day carry on his legacy. You don’t want to miss his heartfelt story!
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Not just today but everyday Farm Credit of Central Florida celebrates women in agriculture. On #InternationalWomensDay, and every day, #FarmCredit applauds the nation’s female producers for their contributions to American #ag!
When deciding to invest in Florida farmland, there are lots of options available when it comes to crops. Thankfully, with the consistently warm temperatures, cold weather is not much of a threat to most crops, depending on the geographic location in the state crops are grown.
Farmland in Florida is a great addition to any investment portfolio as we mentioned in our previous blog post. The biggest draw to many is that, in general, active farmland has a proven track record in times of uncertainty. Consistent, income-generating property is music to the ears of most investors. However what if you know nothing about farm management? As you can imagine, there are many moving parts that make a farm successful.
The year 2020 drew to a close without much fanfare. Between a global pandemic and political tensions, there’s been a lot to process. The year has also left many wondering what to expect for 2021. Will it be more of the same? No one knows for sure.
The apiculture crop insurance policy provides a safety net for beekeepers’ primary income sources—honey, pollen collection, wax, and breeding stock. Beekeepers can purchase insurance protection against these production risks to their operations. The Rainfall Index is used in the determination of coverage.