Agriculture News From the Georgia Farm Radio Network Newsroom
Georgia Pecan Producers to Vote on Continuation of Assessment for Market Order
(3/24/2017 2:03:53 PM)
Georgia pecan producers will have the opportunity to vote on renewing the grower assessment, which funds the Georgia Pecan Commission.
School Cafeteria Food In Georgia Is Changing
(3/24/2017 1:48:47 PM)
The days of corn dogs and square pizza being a lunchroom staple could soon be a thing of the past.
America's Farmers Mom of the Year Contest
(3/22/2017 11:50:06 AM)
Deadline for nominations is March 31.
Boyds win national farming award
(3/22/2017 11:48:19 AM)
Screven County Farm Bureau members Ben and Julie Anna Boyd were one of four couples to receive the 2017 National Outstanding Young Farmer Award.
Vidalia Onion Committee gives grower of year, HOF awards
(3/22/2017 11:47:14 AM)
Satsumas could be Georgia's next big fruit crop
(3/22/2017 11:37:37 AM)
Georgia Citrus Association holds annual meeting.
Murdock among 25 to graduate from AGL program
(3/22/2017 11:35:02 AM)
Porgram helps agricultural leaders become effective advocates.
Foundation Gala celebrates "Down on the Farm"
(3/22/2017 11:33:22 AM)
Post Monroe concert, silent auction highlight third annual event.
Deadline for submitting photo contest entries is May 22
(3/22/2017 11:32:05 AM)
GFB taking YF contest entries, conference registration
(3/22/2017 11:31:06 AM)
May 26 is the deadline to enter or register.
Senate Ag Committee sets confirmation hearing for Perdue
(3/22/2017 11:29:27 AM)
Freezing temperatures ravage Georgia fruit crops
(3/22/2017 11:28:07 AM)
Blueberry crop hit especially hard.
State halts some poultry activities due to avian influenza
(3/22/2017 11:26:38 AM)
Georgia Department of Agriculture urging vigilance in biosecurity practices by poultry growers.
Lannie Lee: A profile in service
(3/20/2017 2:42:11 PM)
This article ran in Georgia Farm Bureau's 2015 spring/summer Georgia Neighbors magazine.
World-Famous Vidalia Onions Ahead of Schedule for 2017
(3/10/2017 2:11:24 PM)
Every year consumers look forward to fresh Vidalia Onions. This year, thanks to unseasonably warm temperatures, consumers may not have to wait as long as usual. Across the Vidalia Onion growing area, onion experts are busy managing fields that are ahead of schedule, and that's providing some challenges.
Georgia FFA & 4-H Youth Show Skills in Jr. National Livestock Show
(3/10/2017 2:09:04 PM)
Working with livestock is a tough job that takes a lot of patience and hard work. The Georgia Junior National Livestock Show gives 4-H and FFA students from all over the state a chance to show off that hard work and compete in one of the best livestock facilities in the nation.
Executive order directs EPA, Corps to review WOTUS rule
(3/8/2017 11:19:25 AM)
Agencies told to rescind or revise water rule finalized in 2015.
Highly pathogenic avian influenza H7 strain found in Tenn. flock
(3/8/2017 11:17:31 AM)
First confirmed U.S. detection of HPAI in 2017
Bulloch County Farm Bureau President Lannie Lee dies
(3/8/2017 11:15:46 AM)
WWII veteran was Farm Bureau member nearly 70 years
GFB partners with Caterpillar to offer new member benefit
(3/8/2017 11:14:32 AM)