Milledgeville boy wins scholarship with 20-pound cabbage
MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga. -- A Milledgeville boy has money to put towards his education after winning a Georgia Agriculture Department contest with a 20-pound cabbage he grew. Braylon Wright won the $1,000 as part of Bonnie's Plants 3rd Grade Cabbage Contest after months of hard work. RELATED: Milledgeville boy enters 4-foot cabbage in contest for $1K scholarship.
Georgia Farm Bureau
The Georgia Farm Bureau Federation is Georgia's largest and strongest voluntary agricultural organization with more than 300,000 member families. It is an independent, non-governmental organization. The membership is mainly composed of farm families in rural communities and of people who want Georgia to be agriculturally successful, progressive and prosperous.
Heavy rain could affect hay production for Middle Georgians
BLECKLEY COUNTY, Ga. -- Between the local livestock industry and the farmers who produce it, there are plenty of middle Georgians who depend on hay. Those who depend on hay feel the impact of all the rain the midstate has been having first hand. Across Geo
Peach harvested from Middle Georgia farm might break Guinness World Record
Pearson Farm in Fort Valley, Georgia, harvested a 1.8 pound peach, and it may be a new record holder. It outweighs the 1.75-pound peach harvested in Canada. The farm has contacted Guinness World Records.
CAES launches Certificate in Agricultural Data Science
From remote moisture sensors that produce a real-time feed of soil conditions to drones that use optical data to spot plant disease, new streams of data will fuel the next green revolution. Remote sensing technologies will offer farmers the ability to customize irrigation and fertilizer applications for areas that have unique characteristics within fields, which …
You Can’t Stop This Two-legged Ranch Dog From Working the Herd
The hardest working employee on this farm does his job with a happy smile, a wagging tail and a huge heart. Patton, a two-legged blue heeler dog, takes his job running cattle seriously.