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Summary of Florida’s FY 2018 – 2019 Agriculture Cost-Share Programs

Water management district budgets began October 1st, so it’s a good time to decide if their cost-share programs interest you.
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Intellectual Capital

What strategies can you employ when hard collateral, such as land, is not available?
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Wild Goose Farms: Environmental Stewards

Chuck and Vesna Allison began farming in the mid-1990s. In 2008, they began farming "Florida blueberries at their finest" in Umatilla, Florida.
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Five things we learned at the Florida Agricultural Policy Outlook Conference

Earlier this week, Farm Credit of Central Florida attended the Florida Agricultural Policy Outlook Conference. Here are five things we learned.
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Hard work makes for a bright future with this Champion

This year the Grand Champion Commercial Steer belonged to Kaydee Clark, granddaughter of Farm Credit of Central Florida member Ray Clark.
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Celebrate Florida's Industry Leaders at Ag Hall of Fame Banquet on February 12

Join us as we celebrate the accomplishments of industry leaders at the Florida Agricultural Hall of Fame Banquet.
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Plant City Chamber of Commerce Salute to Agriculture - Lee and Dixie Gillman

Lee and Dixie Gillman are strawberry farmers and cattlemen of Plant City, and the recipients of the Plant City Salute to Agriculture 2018 Agriculturalists of the Year award.
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Plant City Chamber of Commerce Salute to Agriculture - Everglades Equipment Group

As the largest Gator dealer in the world, Everglades Equipment Group not only sells Gators, but also donates them to local high schools to use, often for Agriculture departments.
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Plant City Chamber of Commerce Salute to Agriculture - Ray Clark

Plant City born and Lakeland raised, Ray Clark attended Kathleen High School where he was an FFA officer and showed steers.
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