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The University of Florida’s North Florida Research and Education Center

A 1,300-acre campus in Marianna that focuses on agronomic and beef cattle research and education. It houses the Feed Efficiency program which is the largest of its kind researching subtropical cattle. The beef cattle research program deals with beef cattle production, genetics, and breeding; and is the home of the Florida Bull Test facility.

Also located here is the breeding and production programs for annual peanuts, Bahia grass, perennial peanut, and winter forages. The campus also houses a scale trial of the Sod Based Rotation program which addresses conservation agriculture in a rotation that incorporates peanuts, cotton, and pasture with or without cattle.

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