Julia grows not only common vegetables, but also sugar cane, turmeric, ginger, strawberries, and a wide range of flowers in Jeffersonville, Georgia
Charlotte Farm to Table…What Farms to What Tables?
In the popular farm-to-table culinary movement, local and regional ingredients take center stage. What does that look like for Charlotte ...
Why do you value Farm Bureau? (Groth)
Georgia Cattle Farmers Network, Learn At GCA Annual Convention
Buying livestock, talking to vendors, and hearing about the latest research are just some of the things attendees experienced at the annual Georgia Cattlemen...
Farm Safety Top Tips
Farm safety should be high on everyone's agenda as agriculture remains a high risk industry. Take a look at our top tips in support of Farm Safety Week.
Here's How a Comprehensive Farm Bill Goes Way Beyond Our Farms:
See the President's daily schedule, explore behind-the-scenes photos from inside the White House, and find out all the ways you can engage with the most interactive administration in our country's history.
Farm Facts About Wheat
Learn more farm facts about wheat grown in Indiana.
Farm and Dairy's week in review: 10/9
This week’s top stories include cool weather chicken coop prep, a possible recurrence of avian flu, October gardening tips and more.
Reference Based Pricing in Georgia
Forget everything you know about traditional PPO and HMO insurance networks! Reference based pricing is here to turn our whole insurance healthcare model on its head! And like any good innovation, reference based pricing aims to simplify and improve how health insurance works.
Social Media How To: Rocket Farms
Branding and storytelling are a big part of how West Coast Top 100 grower Rocket Farms is using social media. Take a look at how the operation is working with public relations consultant Ashley Beleny of Environmental Relations PR to reach through to the consumer to deliver information about gardening and plants. GG: Why social media? Beleny: Social media isn't for every company. It is for companies who can present three things: 1. Product differentiation 2. A unique point of view 3. A…
Hayride safety tips
Why I Work to Defend Farms
Ann Marie Heizmann I am known as the pumpkin lady, Barbie Farmer and lately, jokingly, the most hated woman in Seneca Falls for defending the right to farm as the Seneca County Farm Bureau Presiden…
Trade Concerns at Farm Show
While farmers admire the latest agriculture machinery this week, leaders of national commodity groups at the Farm Progress Show are talking about demand.
Tennille couple farms to the top 10
A Tennille couple were among the top 10 national finalists for the 2016 National Outstanding Young Farmers competition.
Indiana Farm Bureau Turns 100
INFB-is-100 Today it’s a big anniversary, the 100th for Indiana Farm Bureau. The organization is celebrating all year but is marking the date of its founding in 1919 with ceremonies at the Indiana Statehouse, including the signing of a proclamation declaring this Indiana Farm Bureau day. On March 25, 1919, the name was Indiana Federation …
Why Drones Are Finding a Home on the Farm
When I hear the word ‘drone’, the first thing I think of is a top-secret mission: spying, rescues, clandestine deliveries, and other James Bond-worthy uses of a seemingly mysterious technology. Maybe I’ve just seen too many movies, because in reality drones are now being used for practical, non-top-secret purposes across various industries. Agricultural drones in …
Official Georgia Renters Insurance Guide
Are you a tenant in Georgia? You may have heard that you need Georgia renters insurance, but you might not be sure why you need it or what it covers. Your in...
How They Started: State Farm Insurance
Source: Jayleen R. Heft, PropertyCasualty360.com State Farm was founded in 1922 in the small farming town of Bloomington, Ill. G.J. Mecherle, the founder of the company, didn’t think it was fair that he and his fellow farmers and families in rural communities paid the same auto insurance rates as those in Chicago. Just days after the …
Heat Safety Tips for Farm Work
Agricultural workers are especially vulnerable to the hazards of sun and heat exposure. For instance, crop workers are 20 times more likely to die of heat stroke than all other U.S. workers.
Georgia's top peanut farmers recognized at meeting
Georgia’s top peanut producers celebrated their accomplishments and thanked the University of Georgia’s Peanut Team for their assistance during the Georgia Peanut Achievement Club meeting, held Aug. 12-14 on Jekyll Island, Georgia.