AgAmerica Looks at the Swine Industry and Raising Pigs with a Purpose

Explore how the nation’s swine industry values innovation, safety, and environment.

In AgAmerica’s latest article, we examined the swine industry and the commitment to safety, technology, and other innovations, and the environment found on any modern swine farm. Read excerpts from the article, and find a link to the entire piece, below.
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Don Harden: Celebrating the Country’s Favorite Melon This Watermelon Season

Explore the stats of the nation’s watermelon season.

In my latest column in Central Florida Ag News, I talked about a major Florida crop commodity: watermelons. Florida has a long watermelon season that produces melons for about six months out of the year. They lead the country in production, with watermelon farmers in Florida producing 18 percent of the nation’s watermelon crop. However, the Sunshine State isn’t the only one that contributes to the country’s watermelon market. Read interesting statistics about watermelons below.Read More


Power of 10: A Line of Credit Solution

When it comes to fighting ag pests or disease, a line of credit solution may be just what the experts ordered.

The ag industry has a long list of challenges, and a pest or disease attacking a crop is definitely high on that list. Dealing with ag pests like insects and disease takes time, patience, and money to implement the steps recommended by research and experts. Unfortunately, not all growers and producers have the cash on-hand to invest in the changes, replanting, or other steps recommended by experts. That’s where a line of credit solution comes in. With AgAmerica’s 10-year line of credit, growers and producers can get the cash needed to combat a pest or disease, as well as a decade to repay and recover. Explore a few examples below.Read More


Peach Season for the Florida Peach Industry and the Southeast: Just Peachy or the Pits

Discover how the Florida peach industry is faring with this season’s peach harvest.

If you’re in peach farming in the Southeast, your season is either going just peachy or it’s the pits. This year, it’s that late season cold snap that created a dividing line between the Florida peach season and the rest of the Southeast’s season. Explore below how the Florida peach industry is progressing compared to their neighboring states in the Southeast.Read More


Berry Crop Updates: Strawberry and Blueberry Forecasts

The latest berry crop updates indicate opportunities and challenges for the country’s two favorite berries.

The respective seasons for the country’s two favorite berries—strawberries and blueberries—are quickly approaching. Both berries see their earliest harvests in Florida, with other southeast states like Georgia following closely. Keep reading for berry crop updates that indicate what’s in store for the growers of these two commodities.Read More


Stanley the Steer Enter to Win Contest – Winners Announced!

The Stanley the Steer contest from the Sunbelt Ag Expo still needs to award seven winners their fun prizes. Read below to see if you’re a winner. 

The Sunbelt Ag Expo wrapped up in Moultrie, Georgia on October 20th, and it was the best one to date. Stanley the Steer and the AgAmerica Lending team have headed back home to Central Florida. However, we have some unfinished business to take care of first before we get back to helping the nation’s growers and producers strengthen their agribusinesses. Read on to find the winners of the Stanley the Steer Contest.Read More


Beef recipes and #AgAmericaEats from these cattle industry states: Georgia and South Carolina

Looking for warm and tasty beef recipes to enjoy on a chilly fall evening? These two #AgAmericaEats recipes featuring beef as a main ingredient will hit the mark for a warm and cozy meal.

The beef cattle industry is the largest sector in agriculture in the U.S., proving that beef truly is “what’s for dinner.” With the weather turning cooler, it’s the perfect time to try out new beef recipes that offer warm, savory meals for the entire family. Below you’ll find beef recipes from two cattle industry states that are sure to please.Read More


Stanley the Steer’s Roadtrip on His Way to the Sunbelt Ag Expo

Stanley the Steer had nine stops to make at significant ag landmarks before he went to the Sunbelt Ag Expo this October. Find out where he’s stopped, why it’s important to ag, and how you can join in the fun with our photo contest.

The Sunbelt Ag Expo is scheduled for this October 18-20, but first AgAmerica Lending sent Stanley the Steer on a nine-state trip throughout the Southeast to visit sites that are important to agriculture. You can track Stanley’s progress and enter a photo contest to win one of ten prizes. Check out Stanley’s stops and contest rules below.Read More


Where Has Stanley Stopped on His Way to the Sunbelt Ag Expo?

Stanley the Steer had nine stops to make at significant ag landmarks before he went to the Sunbelt Ag Expo this October. Find out where he’s stopped, why it’s important to ag, and how you can join in the fun with our photo contest.

The Sunbelt Ag Expo is scheduled for this October 18-20, but first AgAmerica Lending sent Stanley the Steer on a nine-state trip throughout the Southeast to visit sites that are important to agriculture. You can track Stanley’s progress and enter a photo contest to win one of ten prizes. Check out Stanley’s stops and contest rules below.Read More


The Who, What, Where, and When of the AgAmerica Lending team at the Sunbelt Ag Expo

Find out the details of exactly where and when you can find the AgAmerica Lending team at the Sunbelt Ag Expo 2016, especially so you can enter the Stanley the Steer contest.

The Sunbelt Ag Expo is a premier ag trade show, and the AgAmerica Lending team is on the way to this year’s event, held in Moultrie, GA from October 18th through the 20th. For attendees, the show offers the opportunity to see what’s new in the agriculture industry, to learn about new techniques in farming and ranching, and the chance to be among industry peers.Read More


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