U.S. Department of Agriculture
Even in the wake of the citrus greening epidemic, Federal agriculture officials are predicting an increase in Florida oranges for the upcoming growing season.
As the school year ends, classrooms and playgrounds will empty for the summer — but that will leave many Florida children hungry because they rely on free and reduced-cost school meals for breakfast and lunch.
Florida’s Orange crop this year is looking to be the lowest harvest in 24 years.
A popular quick-serve chicken restaurant is opting to serve only chicken raised without antibiotics.
Georgia Department of Agriculture issued a recall on for cheeses being sold in Florida and Georgia.
The Lee family sits at home eating their chicken nuggets but does “mom” like the idea that as soon as next summer “nuggets” could be made with chicken processed in China?
The partial shutdown of the federal government may soon affect low-income mothers and their infants.
From a public hunt to snake-sniffing dogs, wildlife officials have tried several methods of capturing Burmese pythons, the invasive species living and breeding in the Everglades. Now officials hope to capture more snakes with a specially designed trap.
Meat packed in Louisiana but sold in Florida is being recalled because it could contain bacteria.
It’s been a year since the Giant African Land Snail began its invasion of South Florida. Since that time, more than 77,000 snails have been collected on 340 properties in Miami-Dade County.