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Teaching about Florida Agriculture

More than 1,100 second-graders participated in a special educational event at the Southeastern Youth Fair in Ocala, Feb. 25-27. The young people attended interactive and hands-on sessions with Marion County Farm Bureau members and other volunteers who presented information about Florida’s major agricultural products. Known as Ag Ventures, the event was organized and funded by the local Farm Bureau organization.     


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Florida Farm and Ranch Families Win the Gold Again

Florida Farm and Ranch Families Win the Gold Again

Florida Farm Bureau’s Young Farmers and Ranchers received top honors for donating 16.9 million pounds of fresh produce and food to assist hungry Americans as part of American Farm Bureau’s “Harvest for All” food donation competition. The award was presented during the AFBF Fusion Conference in Nashville, Feb. 14.

Florida’s Young Farmers Earn National Praise for Food Donations

Florida’s Young Farmers Earn National Praise for Food Donations

For the second consecutive year Florida Farm Bureau’s Young Farmers & Ranchers have received national honors for donating food to assist families in need. They have given16.9 million pounds of fresh produce and food to the American Farm Bureau’s “Harvest for All” food donation competition.

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From the President

John Hoblick, President/CEO

John Hoblick
President/CEO

  • Farm Bureau Legislative Priorities

    In our busy lives major events seem to roll around quickly. It’s time again for Florida’s state lawmakers to begin their regular session.

    I can assure you that Florida Farm Bureau has already identified our organization’s major priorities. Our board of directors adopted a set of key policy issues, creating the framework we will use to approach legislative proposals as they are introduced and debated.

    State lawmakers will take up water policy as the central agenda topic. The legacy of Amendment I, approved in November, is that decisions must be made about how to spend the documentary tax dollars earmarked for conservation.


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