• Cash for classroom creativity

    Pre-kindergarten, elementary, middle and high school teachers can grow the budgets for their classrooms by teaching their students about agriculture.   

  • Florida Bureau down to three finalists for 2016 Achievement in Agriculture Award

    Three finalists have been selected for Florida Farm Bureau's 2016 Achievement in Agriculture Award and will compete in October for the top statewide honor at the Florida Farm Bureau Annual Meeting in Orlando.

    This year's finalists are Brittany Lee (Alachua County), Doug and DeAnne Carter (Suwannee County) and Kelly Mosley (Clay County).

  • Pine/cypress seedlings available

    Winter 2015-2016 Tree Planting Season


  • Florida Farm Bureau Young Farmer Contest

    The Florida Farm Bureau Federation is seeking applications for its Young Farmers and Ranchers Achievement Award Program.

    The award program is designed to recognize young farmers and ranchers who are between the ages of 18 and 35 and have excelled in their farming/ranching operations and possess excellent leadership skills. Ideal candidates for the honor include an individual or couple deriving a majority of income from production agriculture.

  • Florida Farm Bureau earns top national award


  • AGRItunity keynote speaker - Ben Hewitt

    AGRItunity Planning Committee announces keynote speaker for upcoming conference – Ben Hewitt Farmer/Author. 

  • Food for Profit


    Sumter County is home to some of the best cooks, canners and bakers than can be found anywhere.  Our climate allows us to grow almost any fruit, vegetable, dairy, poultry or meat product in abundance.  What is missing in this area is a commercial kitchen that can be used to legally produce food products and sell them.


  • Rural Energy for America

    One of the hottest topics of conversation today is the cost and efficiency of renewable and non-renewable energy and associated technology. If you are a small business owner or farmer in Sumter County, you could be eligible for assistance in making your business more energy efficient. The Rural Energy for America Program (REAP) is being offered by USDA Rural Development to provide loan guarantees or grants to eligible producers and small business owners.

  • Southeastern Youth Fair

    Southeastern Youth Fair

     Benefit Show

    Sponsored by

    Southland Rabbit Club


    SEYF Rabbit and Chicken Committee


    APRIL 30TH 2011


    A FUN Day to Show

  • Dates for CRP signup announced

    Tim Manning, state executive director of USDA’s Farm Service Agency in Florida, announced Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has set general signup for the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) to begin on March 14, and continue through April 15.
    During the signup period, farmers and ranchers may offer eligible land for CRP’s competitive general signup at their county Farm Service Agency (FSA) office.
    Land currently not enrolled in CRP may be offered in this signup provided all eligibility requirements are met.