Georgia Agriculture Farm Crops
(past 5 years average)
Sunflower Seed & Oil: $0
Cotton Seed: $9,674,474
Fruits & Juice: $17,484,440
Tree & Nuts: $25,125,907
Hides & Skins: $12,030,004
Fats & Oils: $3,388,210
SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans Available in Georgia Following Secretary of ... - DigitalJournal.comDisabled Artists Exhibit Begins May 1 at Georgia Museum of Agriculture - ValdostaToday.com
Georgia Museum of Agriculture Offers Summer Camps For Kids - ValdostaToday.com
Georgia Department Of Agriculture Announces Georgia Grown Test Kitchen ... - WCTV
Georgia Museum of Agriculture Offers Summer Camps For KidsValdostaToday.comTifton-Summer-Camp TIFTON, GA – Children from four to 11 years old can explore southern Georgia's rich history and natural resources through hands-on activities, games, and crafts this summer at the Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village at ...
Vidalias: The Conversation Around Georgia's Sweetest Onion Turns Sour - GPB
Onion farmer sues Ga. agriculture commissioner - 13WMAZ
Georgia judge asked to stop new Vidalia onion rule - Tulsa World
Onion farmer sues Ga. agriculture commissioner13WMAZBut this year, Bland Farms felt Georgia Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black overstepped his authority by requiring Vidalia onion farmers to wait until April 21st to ship. While that date may work for the northern part of the growing district, in ...and more »
Local restaurants feel pinch of rising pork prices - WSB Atlanta
Georgia judge asked to stop new Vidalia onion ruleTulsa WorldOne of Georgia's most prominent growers of sweet Vidalia onions asked a judge Tuesday to protect him from possible sanctions by state agriculture officials as he prepares to ship his crop to grocery stores ahead of the official start date imposed by a ...and more »
Agriculture and Rural Development in Georgia: A Research Agenda - Georgia Today (subscription)
Local restaurants feel pinch of rising pork pricesWSB AtlantaGeorgia Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black told Channel 2 the virus does not pose a risk to humans and is not a food safety issue. He said the state is stepping up testing of animals imported to Georgia to prevent the virus from moving into the state ...
We will sell no sweet onion before its time - Southeast Farm Press (blog)
Agriculture and Rural Development in Georgia: A Research AgendaGeorgia Today (subscription)After many years on the back burner of policy discussion in Georgia, issues related to agriculture and rural development now seem to be at the forefront of debate. And for good reason, as these issues are incredibly complex and have important ...
We will sell no sweet onion before its timeSoutheast Farm Press (blog)To insure that the sweet onions are not in stores before they're ready, Georgia's agriculture commissioner has decreed the official packing date to be April 21 for Vidalia onions, which means “official” Sweet Vidalia onions were allowed to be shipped ...and more »