Agriculture + Lifestyle. Discover the people, places and impact of ag in our great state.
Ag in the Classroom
Agricultural Safety Awareness Week
Certified Farm Market
Certified Farm Markets
Georgia Farm Life
Georgia Neighbors Magazine
Jobs in Ag
Jobs in Agriculture
King of Pops
Products We Love
From Crops to Pops, King of Pops
When word sprouts up that the world’s first popsicle farm was planted, grown and cultivated in Georgia, you lend a listening ear and a curious green thumb.
Soy In Your Car?
Soybeans are the second-largest crop grown on U.S. farms, and while the Midwest is the heartland of soybean production, Georgia farmers planted more than 150,000 acres of soybeans in 2017.
Tale of a Trailblazer
Georgia Cattlemen’s Association President Kristy Arnold is changing perceptions of women’s role in agriculture.
I Farm. I Vote.
I Farm. I Vote. is an initiative to encourage Georgia’s farmers and rural communities to exercise their civic duty to vote and to provide education on candidates’ policy positions.
Young Farmer Jesse Patrick, Bridges the Gap Between Past and Present
A sixth-generation farmer, Jesse Patrick grew up on a 700-cow dairy farm in Eatonton. To say farming is in his blood would be an understatement.
New ‘Ag Across America’ Game and App Debut
Want your student to learn where their food comes from, who grows it and how it ends up on their dinner table? The Ag Across America game can do just that!
Beef Cattle Production in Georgia
As we have entered the Month of May which happens to be Georgia Beef Month and National Beef Month, it is a perfect time to highlight our beef industry here, the producers, and all of the many reasons why great beef comes from Georgia.
Products We Love: Goodson Pecans
Georgia is chock-full of products that are born and bred, right here in our great state!
Certified Farm Markets,
Incorporating Beef into a Healthy Lifestyle
Instead of scooping a protein substitute out of a container, head to the beef counter at your local grocery store!
What's it like to be a National FFA Officer?
As the National FFA Southern Region Vice President, Ian Bennett will spend about three hundred days of the next year on the road, traveling over one hundred thousand miles and doing somewhere in the neighborhood of about sixty-five facilitated workshops.
Georgia Olive Farms
Whether used for frying, making dressings, or just flavoring vegetables, olive oil has become a staple of the American diet, and that increased demand has caused some farms in South Georgia to give this unusual crop a chance.
10 Things I Learned Growing Up On A Farm
I think it’s a well-known fact that farming is not just a typical 9-5 job. There's a lot more than just 40 hours involved, and you never know what temperature or weather condition you'll be working in. Read More
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