Photo by Jay Stone
May 18, 2022 Vol. 4, No. 11

ALT has the potential to cause severe anemia and tick fever in livestock.

Students from Grady, Gwinnett counties win top honors for their artwork.

Contest asked students to explore how pollinator spaces can be improved and increased.

State's hay stocks have taken a big hit due to drought and other challenges. 

Farmers concerned about exposure to requirements intended for finance sector investors.

Registration for weed control products diuron and fluometuron expires Dec. 31.

EPA, Army proposing return to standards under rules in place before 2015. 

Facility will increase production of life-saving product used to treat malnutrition.

Farmers shouldn’t be afraid or embarrassed to talk to friends, clergy or mental health professionals about their problems.
May 19, Tifton

May 19-30, Perry


May 21, Athens

May 30, deadline to submit ballot

June 14, Macon

Deadline extended
June 15, comment deadline

July 14-16, Jekyll Island
June 1, deadline to register

June 1, deadline to enter
June 10, deadline to enter

June 10, Lyons
This family-friendly event is a great way to spend a day with kids on the farm. Event includes Toombs Co. farmer Mitchell Pittman giving a tour of a zucchini field & hands-on activities for kids. First 200 to register get a free ag book & scoop of ice cream.

June 21-23, Duluth

July 1, deadline to enter

July 21, Moultrie
Learn practical information from the region’s top agricultural scientists.


Nov. 18, Athens
Register by Aug. 1 for chance at prizes

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