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MARCH 2016 PROMOTIONAL MAILER

This quarter’s promotional mailer features an image of Paul Grose of King Ranch standing in a field of Sweet Corn in Indiantown Florida.

Farmer standing in a corn field in Florida

Paul Grose, VP KR Florida Operations standing in a field of Sweet Corn in Indiantown

The back of the card:

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Farmer Posing for a picture in a corn field.

Paul Grose, King Ranch Vice President

The image was part of an editorial piece for Stuart Magazine on alternative crops for some Florida Citrus growers facing ongoing challenges of “greening” of their citrus farms.blog-_TWS8867blog-_TWS8782

An alternative crop for Wes Carlton of Bull Hammock Ranch is water. Wes collects water and stores it on his ranch so mother nature can clean it before it is released into the canal system.

Farmer standing on the edge of a lake on his property in Florida

Wes Carlton standing at the edge of the Bull Hammock Ranch Water-Farming Reservoir in Western Martin County

The water farm at Bull Hammock Ranch in Western Martin County

The water farm at Bull Hammock Ranch in Western Martin County.

Here is a link to the entire story: http://www.stuartmagazine.com/features/farmers-martin-and-st-lucie-counties-work-grow-their-fair-share-despite-seasons

-tw