The weather for the remainder of this week shows rather mild and moderate temps in the 80s and cool evenings with little or no rain until the weekend or next […]
Georgia was spared disaster so far during this Hurricane season which ends next month. The Previous storms including Ida brought plenty of wind and rain to the state but not […]
Make plans to attend the 45th annual Georgia Peanut Farm Show and Conference scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday, Jan. 19-20, 2022, at the University of Georgia Tifton Campus Conference Center in […]
The Georgia Peanut Commission and Georgia Bankers Association will join forces Oct. 11-15, 2021, to promote the 45th annual Georgia Peanut Bank Week. Financial institutions and local banks across the […]
It’s #FarmerFriday and time for you to meet Jeff Adkinson from Early Co., Georgia! He has been farming for 40 years and grows peanuts, cotton, corn, wheat. Jeff farms alongside […]
A lawsuit against USDA challenging the Beef Checkoff program will be allowed to continue after a federal court on Wednesday denied the agency’s motion to dismiss. Ranchers-Cattlemen Action Legal Fund, […]
Southeast Cotton: End of Season Comments Sep 24, 2021
The Southeast is nearing the end of a late season. With stink bugs and other pests still lingering, growers anticipate defoliation.
It’s #FarmerFriday and time for you to meet Hal and Colby Cromley from Bulloch County, Georgia! Owned by brothers Hal & Chap Cromley, Nellwood Farms is a 7th generation farm that produces […]
September’s cool weather begins the signal of finishing the summer season and bringing focus to the fall. Fall harvest has been good to corn growers for the most part. We’ve […]
Southeast Cotton: Pest Management Finally Winds Down Sep 17, 2021
The need for insect control is finally coming to an end in the Southeast. Stink bugs are still challenging later-planted cotton, but good weather is encouraging quick maturity and a long-awaited defoliation.