Cracker cowboys, named after the sound of their whips, drive 40-head of cattle on an agricultural land easement that preserves 282 acres of prairie and Florida heritage.
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You just harvested your timber stand, and now have at least 20 acres cleared. What is next?
Willie Earl Paramore manages a forest, hiking and four-wheeling though 540 acres, where he sets the prescribed burns himself. He also keeps bees, building his own bee boxes and moving them around to get the best nectar.
Things have changed a lot in 150 years since the Davis family started farming in Jackson County, Florida. Instead of walking behind mule-pulled plows, they ride in air conditioned, self-driving, GPS-guided 295-horsepower tractors.
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