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North Florida REC

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The North Florida Research & Education Center (NFREC) is one of the largest and the most diverse units of UF/IFAS, consisting of research and education campuses in Quincy and Marianna, Florida. The research and extension programs at NFREC are designed to help agricultural and natural resource clientele adapt and manage resources and agricultural operations effectively and profitably in a changing socioeconomic and environmentally aware setting.

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RECENT & REVISED PUBLICATIONS

Tips for Successful Artificial Insemination in Beef Cattle

Critical Issue: Agricultural and Food Systems

This publication provides tips on how to perform successful artificial insemination in a beef cattle operation. Written by Daniela Cortés-Beltrán and Angela Gonella, and published by the UF/IFAS Department of Animal Sciences, December 2021.
Released On: 01-04-2022

Potential Bull Buyers and Consignors Perceive Increased Value to Their Operations When Purchasing Bulls from the Florida Bull Test: A 20 Anniversary Survey

Critical Issue: Agricultural and Food Systems

This publication discusses impacts as well as cow/calf producer perceptions of the Florida Bull Test. Written by Gleise M. Silva and Nicolas DiLorenzo, and published by the UF/IFAS Department of Animal Sciences, November 2021.
Released On: 12-07-2021

Costs and Benefits of Vegetable Gardening

Critical Issue: Families and Communities

Released On: 03-29-2021

Rzedowski’s Sycamore (Platanus rzedowskii), a Smaller Alternative to American Sycamore

Critical Issue: Agricultural and Food Systems

Released On: 11-02-2020