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Hurricane Idalia: Florida agricultural production losses top $78M, UF economists estimate

Kirsten Romaguera RabinSeptember 21st, 2023The UF/IFAS Economic Impact Analysis Program assesses impacts to Florida agriculture following extreme weather events. The preliminary report for Hurricane Idalia is newly released. The report estimates a credible range of losses from $78.8 million to $370.9 million. This range will be narrowed in a final report in the coming months. The estimate does not […]

Agricultural Impacts of Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

Alena PoulinMay 17th, 2022Author: Professor Andrew Schmitz, Ph.D., D.Litt. Eminent Scholar: Ben Hill Griffin Jr. Endowed Chair Food and Resource Economics reports that farmers in Ukraine are extremely stressed because of bombings and fighting the invaders. Truth is that irrespective of where and what, the intertwined nature of food production, supply, and distribution in a global economy […]

Gator National Agri-Marketing Association (Gator NAMA) Team Competes in National Competition at Annual Conference

Alena PoulinApril 21st, 2022This April, Gator NAMA, the University of Florida’s National Agri-Marketing Association student group, traveled to Kansas City, Missouri, for the annual NAMA conference. They competed in the student marketing competition with their marketing plan on finger limes. The team consisted of seven undergraduate students: Amanda Heinzmann, Sara Beth Lee, Madeline Ricketts, Claire Smith, Emmie Victor, Robbie […]

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