A person who photographs, video records or otherwise produces images or pictorial records, digital or otherwise, at or of a farm or other property where legitimate agriculture operations are being conducted without the written consent of the owner, or an authorized representative of the owner, commits a felony of the first degree.
Thankfully some common sense has prevailed and the "crime" of taking a photograph of a Florida farm is now only a misdemeanor and you also have to actually be on farm property (ie trespassing).
However to get permission to take a photo on a Florida farm you'll permission in writing from the property owner. Now I've done a few shoots on farms in England. I always ask for permission before starting to shoot. Permission in my case means knocking on the front door or asking someone walking around. Normally when you ask a question to a farmer "can I bring a pretty girl onto your farm and take some photos of her" you're going to get a yes answer. Now would that same farmer have agreed to my shooting there if they'd have had to put it in writing? I'm going to take a guess here of almost certainly not.
I don't really care much about farms in Florida, but is this just the start of it?
Sorry Florida, this is just bullshit.