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UF/IFAS Extension
Jackson County

University of Florida Extension in Jackson County provides educational programs on agriculture, home gardening, natural resource management, food preservation and nutrition, family financial management, health and wellness, and youth development.

(850) 482-9620
2741 Penn Ave. Suite 3
Marianna, FL 32448


Monday - Friday
7:30 - 12:00 PM Central Time 1:00 PM - 4:30 PM Central Time

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4-H Practice Poultry Show Scheduled for March 2
The Jackson County 4-H Chicken and Poultry Club is hosting a practice poultry show on Thursday,  March 2 at 5:00 p.m


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National Ag Day: Growing a Climate for Tomorrow
March 21st is National Agriculture Day, a time to recognize and celebrate the men and women who produce our food, fuel and fiber. Now celebrating its 50th Anniversary, the theme for this year’s Ag Day is “Growing a Climate for Tomorrow”


Volunteers Needed! Downtown Marianna Community Clean Up Day
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Overwhelming Support for Jackson County Youth Brings Record Numbers at Fed Cattle Show Auction
The Jackson County Cattlemen’s Association 2023 Fed Cattle Show brought a full crowd of spectators and buyers eager to support 12 young men and women involved in Jackson County agriculture. The auction is the culmination of market steer projects for local youth in 4-H and FFA who exhibited the same animals at the Panhandle Youth Expo in Marianna in October 2022


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    US Cattle Inventory Down 3% – Anticipated Impact on Cow-Calf Producers in 2023
    - USDA’s National Agricultural Statistic Service (NASS) released the January 1 Cattle Inventory Report on January 31, 2023. NASS estimates the national cattle inventory twice per year, on January 1 and July 1


    Deciding What to Do on the Farm in 2023? Consider Diversification
    The holiday season is over, family and friends have gone back home, the holiday decorations have been put away.  College football crowned a new champion and a new farming year has begun