Key takeaway: As it closes after nearly 85 years, a look back at Mixon Fruit Farms, and its longtime owners, reveals a passion for making memories. Core challenge: The agriculture industry in […]
Hurricanes Made This Year’s Harvest a Trying Time for Some Growers by PAUL CATALA 2023 Blueberry Roundup – Central Florida Ag News During the past two years, Florida’s blueberry harvests […]
SEBRING, FL (Sept. 19, 2022) – The area’s first Agritourism Forum took place Sept. 13-14 at the Highlands County Extension Office in Sebring with more than 30 registrants from all […]
True Florida Shines Through Agritourism – Central Florida Ag News Featured by ANNABEL ROCHA For most tourists, Florida — especially Central Florida — is almost synonymous with Mickey Mouse and […]
Check out our webinar discussion on insurance for agritourism operators https://youtu.be/1rIEwH6wQZ8
Thursday, June 16 1:30pm Eastern. Please send us an email if you would like the details.
Over 700 People Came to Show Their Love and Appreciation to Purple Heart Medal Recipients and Gold Star Families at Old McMicky’s Farm Barns and Beer Craft Beer Festival November 12, […]
We are excited to share that both of the bills filed that will further protect agritourism operators are moving through the Legislature. Senate Bill 1186, by Senator Ben Albritton (R-Bartow), […]
BLACK PRONG ANNOUNCES CARRIAGE DRIVING EVENT SERIES Bronson, FL: This fall, Black Prong Equestrian Village (BPEV) will kick off a series of carriage driving competitions recognized by the American Driving […]
Is Olive the New Orange?