Skip to main content
Tractor in Field



Agriculture in Florida is a high impact business, accounting for an annual monetary impact of $70 billion. In 2015, Florida contained over 47,000 farms spread out over 9.45 million acres. In Baker County, we have approximately 381 farms covering almost 33,000 acres (2012 Census of Agriculture, USDA/NASS). The average farm size is just under 100 acres. The market value of products sold from these farms is almost $16 million, with 85% of that value from livestock sales. UF/IFAS Extension Baker County offers researched-based information to agricultural producers, focusing on crops, livestock, and pests & pesticides.

Crops in field


Do you have questions regarding aquaculture, small farm production, or soil testing? Please visit this section for the latest science-based information on crop production in Florida.

Cows in Field near Hay


Livestock production is very common in Baker County. This section contains information regarding cattle management, equine management, and poultry & egg production.

Spraying Field

Pests & Pesticides

Pests, including weeds and insects, are a common issue with agriculture production. Please visit this section for information on common pest species, control measures, and Restricted-Use Pesticide information.