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2015 Young Farmers & Ranchers Conference was Agriculture in Paradise
Held in beautiful Naples on Florida’s southwest coast, this conference provided the perfect mix of business and networking for young agriculturists. They heard from guests speakers such as Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam and American Farm Bureau Federation’s Johnna Miller and participated in various educational sessions. This conference was the highest attended yet, illustrating that many young people are choosing agricultural careers in our state. View conference photos.


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Beating Mother Nature: How to Produce High-Quality Hay

Beating Mother Nature: How to Produce High-Quality Hay
Producing high-quality hay is a tough task. The biggest factor – Mother Nature – is out of farmers’ hands. Due to its extended dry time requirement, controlling hay quality can be very difficult. That said, hay growers can control or mitigate many factors that go into producing a high-quality crop.

Final Four Discussion Meet Finalists Announced

Final Four Discussion Meet Finalists Announced
The 2015 Preliminary and Semi-Final Discussion Meet rounds were held at the Young Farmers & Ranchers Leadership Conference in Naples last weekend, July 17-19.  Four young farmers will advance to the state finals at the Florida Farm Bureau’s Annual Meeting in October.

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From the President

John Hoblick, President/CEO

John Hoblick
President/CEO

  • Farm Bureau Works For You

    As a grassroots organization, Florida Farm Bureau serves our members. Our entire team of volunteer leaders and staff people carry out their responsibilities according to the overall direction set by you.

    We implement policies set at our state annual meeting. Our policies have been developed by county Farm Bureaus or our advisory committees.

    Some require discussion and debate over long periods of time because of their complexity. But
    we collectively decide on the best strategies to pursue.

    Florida Farm Bureau speaks as the Voice of Florida Agriculture on behalf of all farm producers, regardless of the commodities they raise or their scales of operation.


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August 20, 2015 - 18:00
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