Changing lives and preparing members for premier leadership and career success, the Future Farmers of America Organization (FFA) is a student-led intracurricular youth organization educating students about agriculture. Learn more about the value of FFA.
Applying for a loan? However, the credit approval steps are fairly straightforward regardless of whether you apply for an operating loan, land loan, equipment loan or home loan. By understanding the process, you will feel more at ease during the transaction.
On November 1, Ed Pines of EIP Citrus Management, LLC received the Commissioner’s Agricultural-Environmental Leadership Award for his environmental dedication and innovative techniques in the citrus industry.
The year 2019 brought many successes for Farm Credit of Central Florida and we are extremely grateful. We served our communities, our customers, transitioned into our new Brooksville office and made the announcement for our new main office.
Cultiva has brought their specialized growing techniques to Florida. The company specializes in the production of baby leaf greens, including baby leaf spinach and arugula. Baby leaf crops are incredibly delicate and typically not conducive to Florida’s growing conditions.
With the New Year upon us, many are setting resolutions. If it is not already on your list, add keeping good farm records to your list. Keeping records supports details and inventory when you need to purchase crop insurance or submit documents for loan requests, USDA filing and taxes.
Director Ronald Wetherington Inducted into the Florida FFA Hall of Fame. A fourth-generation Dover farmer, Farm Credit of Central Florida Director Ronald Wetherington is an alumnus of Turkey Creek High School and a proud alumnus and supporter of Florida FFA.
Now a sixteen-year-old sophomore in high school, Rachael has taken entrepreneurship courses teaching her about projects and developing business plans. Her school requires a community service project, so when she learned about a herd of eighteen Morgan horses surrendered to Marion County Animal Services; she knew it was meant to be her project.