July 10, 2019. Vol. 1, No. 1
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Farmers' commitment to using efficient irrigation technology will be showcased all month.

GFB Field Notes will continue coverage of Farm Bureau, Georgia ag events and topics.

Q&A with behavioral health services expert Jennifer Dunn.

Farmers and ranchers are encouraged to be vigilant in hiring employees to ensure everyone is on farm for the right reason.

On July 25 farmers can learn about research being conducted at the Sunbelt farm for all major southern agronomic crops

Book will celebrate all aspects of cattle production in Georgia.

Growers in multiple counties have until July 31 to enroll or make changes.

Census takes place Aug. 23 & 24 and will give scientists a better sense of the health and diversity of Georgia's pollinator population.

Corn acreage expected to increase, while cotton, peanut and soybean acreage expected to decline.

July 26-27, Aug. 1-3, Lawrenceville

Sept. 7, Lumber City

Sept. 17, Carrollton (Sept. 10 registration deadline)



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In observance of July being Smart Irrigation Month in Georgia, we share this video highlighting how farmers use irrigation as a conservation tool.
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Member benefit spotlight: Caterpillar
GFB members are eligible for discounts on purchases or leases of select Caterpillar equipment! Click the photo below for details.


Georgia Farm Bureau 
Ag Publications Staff

Jay Stone: jjstone@gfb.org
Jennifer Whittaker: jawhittaker@gfb.org
Kenny Burgamy: kdburgamy@gfb.org

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