Legal midgets, a term that includes small children, are the legal height of an adult.
The state began legalising midgets in July and the state Department of Agriculture estimates there are around 5,000 legal midgets living in Florida.
Florida has the largest legal midgaps in the US, at about 7,600 midgets.
With midgets and children becoming increasingly popular, many parents are now turning to the internet to find out how to make sure their child is legally grown.
“We had the largest number of requests for information online,” said Rebecca Kuehn, a spokeswoman for the Florida Department of Health.
“It was almost a full-time job.”
A recent poll found that 50 per cent of Florida parents had an online chat about midgets to discuss their situation.
“Some parents were asking for advice, others were looking for resources,” said Kuehns spokeswoman Rachelle Sperling.
“Parents were also using it to help each other.”
It’s a trend that’s been gaining momentum, with parents now turning their attention to legal midges.
“I think there’s a sense of urgency around it,” said Sperlings.
“People are going to start to really try to make decisions and get to the right place.
There’s a bit of a fear in people’s mind, especially in Florida.”
A Florida midget is a type of wild pig.
Midgets are considered wild animals in Florida and are protected under federal law, but it’s illegal to harvest them in the state.
But it’s legal to sell or trade midgets legally, and many people are willing to pay a premium for them.
“There’s a lot of interest and a lot more people are looking for this,” said Kevin Baugh, a lawyer at law firm Covington & Burling.
Midges are a relatively new crop, and while some growers have been growing them since the mid-1980s, they’ve only been available to people who have a permit to legally grow them.
For many, this is an issue of fairness, as some people believe that people should be allowed to grow midgets because they’re legal.
But others argue that it’s a form of discrimination against midgets that should be dealt with differently.
“When we started, it was all about fairness,” said Daniel Baugh.
“That’s what the people who were growing them were against.
Now it’s about fairness for the midgets.”
In some parts of the US the midget trade is being viewed as a form in which the market has been created by the government.
Some states, including California, have laws that allow people to trade midges, but some states, like Florida, have no laws specifically targeting the trade.
“The only people who are actually benefiting from it are people who want to use them for legal purposes, because that’s what it is,” said Baugh of midget farmers.
But some midgets are being sold in large quantities in some states without a permit, which is also against the law.
“If you’re selling them illegally, you’re not legally growing them,” said Mike Baugh from the Humane Society of the United States.
“You’re just buying a midget, because they cost you nothing to produce.”
As for how much the midgum will be worth, the average price in Florida is $3,500.
But prices can vary widely depending on where they are grown.
Baugh said he has received bids for midgets from around the world.
“A lot of people are bidding for them on the dark web and they’re saying they’re going to take a $4 million loan,” he said.
“But they’re not really going to do that.”
In Florida, midgets can be harvested for up to six months, and growers are only allowed to sell the midges to consumers at their discretion.
“In Florida, you can’t sell midgets unless you’ve got a permit and a farmer can sell them,” Spering said.
The Florida Department for Health says the average cost of midgets is $250,000, but that doesn’t include the costs of growing, processing and transporting them.
Some midgets cost up to $1 million.
“So they’re a lot cheaper than they are in the dark net,” said Karen Mather, a Florida midgets farmer.
“And they’re the only ones that we can sell at a profit.”
A midget’s price can range from $3.25 million to $10 million, and the midge industry is still in its infancy.
Mather said her midgets have gone from being an obscure crop to a legitimate crop, as producers are finding ways to make money from them.