Healthy Forest and Land Management Decisions

Healthy Forest and Land Management Decisions

Managing a healthy forest is one of many landowner decisions that need to be made that are determined through the owner’s long-term outcomes and benefits.  These decisions not only impact the landowner, but the community and region.

Jackson County Farm Family Reaches Major Milestone

Jackson County Farm Family Reaches Major Milestone

Doug Mayo, UF/IFAS Extension Jackson County, and Justin Bryan, FDACS Office of Ag Water Policy   Williams & Sons Farms in Two Egg, Florida, was founded in the 1950s by Lucious Williams, who is the first of three generations of Jackson County farm families. ...
Friday Feature:  Nitrate Leaching Research Summary

Friday Feature: Nitrate Leaching Research Summary

This week’s featured video highlights the work of a member of the Panhandle Ag Extension Team.  Cheryl Mackowiak, UF/IFAS Forage Soil Scientist, and her research team have been evaluating different methods that can be used to minimize nitrate leaching from crop...
Integrating Perennial Peanut into Grazing Operations

Integrating Perennial Peanut into Grazing Operations

Jose Dubeux, Liza Garcia, David Jaramillo, Erick Santos, Flavia van Cleef, Luana Queiroz, Carlos Garcia, Daciele Abreu, Martin Ruiz-Moreno – Introduction Perennial warm-season grasses (e.g., bahiagrass, bermudagrass) are the backbone of livestock operations in...