November 22, 2021 Vol. 3, No. 24
November 10, 2021 Vol. 3, No. 23

Overall cost for annual holiday feast is still less than $5.50 per person.

GFB Corporate Secretary/Chief Administrative Officer caps off 40-year career.

Foundation seeks donations on Nov. 30 for farmer mental health research program.

Chuck and Lori Berry to deliver seven trees of varying sizes ordered by vice president's staff.

Annual contests offer cash prizes for district and state winners. Middle school students to design bookmarks.

Infrastructure bill to provide for improvements to roads, bridges and railroads, as well as upgrading water, electrical and broadband.

Payments are to mitigate revenue losses because of 2020 market fluctuations.

National Peanut Board says efforts to reach new generations paying off. 

Walkout contributed to shortages of new tractors and replacement parts, causing delays on equipment repairs.

Dec. 1, deadline to apply

Dec. 5-7, Jekyll Island



Dec. 31, deadline to apply

Jan. 5, Perry

Jan. 6-9, Savannah
Jan. 7-12, 2022, Atlanta

Jan. 18-21, 2022,
Pawley's Island, S.C.
Jan. 31-Feb. 2, 2022, Raleigh, N.C.
Feb. 20-23, Savannah

Jan. 17-19, 2022, Savannah

Jan. 19-20, Tifton

March 1, application deadline


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In this episode of the Growing On Podcast, we talk about precision agriculture and new technology/machinery in the agriculture industry that helps producers be more productive and efficient.

During the 2021 Sunbelt Ag Expo John Deere unveiled it's new CP770 Cotton Harvester - a brand new, state of the art machine that will help cotton producers be more productive and efficient on their farms.

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From the Georgia Farm Monitor:

Soybean harvest delayed because of October rains.

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Member benefit spotlight: Farm Bureau Ford Bonus Cash for purchases of Ford trucks

Farm Bureau Bonus Cash is exclusively for active Farm Bureau members who are residents of the United States. $500 Bonus Cash available on eligible new Ranger, F-150 or Super Duty (up to F-550). This incentive is not available on F-150 Raptor, F-600, F-650 and F-750 Super Duty. 

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