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Record Earnings for Agricultural Lending Leader

May 01, 15 Record Earnings for Agricultural Lending Leader

Posted by in Celebration

Farm Credit of Florida, the largest cooperative agricultural lender in the state, earned record net income for the year ended December 31, 2014. Total net income was $27.5 million for the year on loan volume of $853.9 million at December 31, 2014. Members’ Equity also increased resulting in a Permanent Capital Ratio of  22.55% at...

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Learn to attract pollinators at up-coming class in Griffin

May 01, 15 Learn to attract pollinators at up-coming class in Griffin

Posted by in Celebration, Gardening, Land Care, Landscaping

EVENT DATE: May. 15, 2015 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM  An eco-friendly container garden class has been set for Friday, May 15 at the University of Georgia Research and Education Garden, off of Ellis Road in Griffin, Georgia. Experts from the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and the University of Florida will teach...

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Capt. Ric’s Reel Simple Fishing Report

May 01, 15 Capt. Ric’s Reel Simple Fishing Report

Posted by in Celebration

At this very moment fishing in Tampa Bay is as good as I can ever remember it being and I have been fishing these waters a long time. The first trip I remember was in 1971 when I got my first taste of salt water fishing as a child. The fishing has not only gotten better by the numbers of fish we are catching but also by the sizes of...

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UF study shows seafood samples had no elevated contaminant levels from oil spill

May 01, 15 UF study shows seafood samples had no elevated contaminant levels from oil spill

Posted by in Scientific Studies, Tech

Writtten by Kimberly Moore Wilmoth, cell – 321-302-9369, k.moore.wilmoth@ufl.edu GAINESVILLE, Fla. — A sampling of more than 1,000 Gulf of Mexico fish, shrimp, oysters and blue crabs taken from Cedar Key, Fla., to Mobile Bay, Ala., between 2011 to 2013, shows no elevated contaminant levels, according to a seafood safety study...

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