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  • Title: Georgia Farm Bureau - The Voice of Georgia Farmers
    Descriptive info: .. Your Account/Pay Your Bill.. County Leaders Click Here.. Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player.. Home.. About Us.. About GA Agriculture.. Ag Links.. GFB History.. Human Resources.. President's Welcome.. Member Benefits.. How to Join GFB.. News Media.. Ag News.. Ag Calendar.. Farm Monitor TV.. GFRN Radio.. News Releases.. Opinions.. Publications.. Legislative.. Congressional Directory.. Session Reports.. Water Councils.. Commodities.. Certified Farm Markets.. Hay Directory.. Commodity Commitees.. Marketing Services.. Insurance.. Products.. Claims.. FAQ.. Pay Your Bill.. FB  ...   fourth Annual Georgia Farm Bureau District Two Young Farmer Steer and Heifer Show recently took.. place in White County.. The event gave a number of middle and high school students a chance to show off.. their hard work, while also showcasing the agriculture industry as a whole.. Damon Jones has the story.. Sitemap.. Home Page.. About Georgia Agriculture.. News & Media.. Insurance Services.. Farm Bureau Programs.. Farm Bureau Women.. Farm Bureau Young Farmers.. Commodity Committees.. Georgia Farm Bureau Federation 2011.. Legal Notice..

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  • Title: Georgia Farm Bureau - County Leaders
    Descriptive info: History.. Young Farmer.. COUNTY LEADERS.. Thank you for serving as a Farm Bureau volunteer leader.. We are abundantly blessed to have dedicated leaders that freely provide their time and talents.. Without strong county leadership, would not be nearly as effective in fulling our purpose.. Our purpose is to:.. provide leadership and assistance to the agricultural sector.. promote farm products.. aid in agri-related procurement.. be a spokesman for the farmer in the legislative arena.. be a leader in the development and expansion of farm markets.. strive for more agricultural research and educational funds.. assist in providing farm families a fair and equitable standard of living.. ensure the existence of  ...   keep our purpose in the forefront.. 2012 GFB County Presidents Trip to Washington D.. C.. Georgia Farm Bureau members traveled to the Nation's Capital April 18 to meet with lawmakers on many important issues facing agriculture.. The trip brought producers from all across Georgia together which is an important step in getting their voices heard.. The Georgia Farm Bureau Field Services Department recently produced a video called Without Farmers, Georgia Can't Grow , which spotlights Georgia Agriculture.. It's a geographical tour of Georgia through its agriculture.. To order a copy of this video, contact us at (478) 474-0679, extension 5231.. To see the video, click the banner below..

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  • Title: Georgia Farm Bureau - About Us
    Descriptive info: About Georgia Farm Bureau.. The Georgia Farm Bureau Federation is Georgia's largest and strongest voluntary agricultural organization with more than 340,000 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.. The Georgia Farm Bureau state office building is in Macon, a town with a metro population of over 390,000 located about an hour south of Atlanta.. The Farm Bureau building houses all Georgia Farm Bureau Companies:.. Georgia Farm Bureau Federation.. Ga.. Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Co.. Farm Bureau Casualty Insurance Co.. Georgia Farm Bureau Investment Co.. Georgia Farm Bureau Holding Co.. Georgia Farm Bureau Inc.. In addition to these corporate names, the Georgia Farm Bureau family includes other operating entities:.. Certified Farm Markets is a program operated by our Georgia Farm Bureau Commodity/Marketing Department which promotes farmer-operated markets and Christmas Tree farms throughout the state.. The Georgia Farm Radio Network, a statewide farm broadcast network, is a joint venture of Georgia Farm Bureau, Inc.. and Georgia News Network (GNN) / Clear Channel, Inc.. The network, based at GFB, is carried by 53 Georgia radio stations.. The Georgia Farm Monitor is our weekly syndicated ag news television program broadcast throughout Georgia on 13 TV stations and nationally on the RFD-TV Network carried by Dish Network, DirecTV and a host of cable systems.. Formed in 1937 by 50 farmers, the Georgia Farm Bureau Federation continues to have a strong grassroots network with 159 county Farm Bureau organizations.. Since its inception, the primary, ongoing goal of Farm Bureau is to be a united voice in the legislative arena, to promote farm markets and to provide leadership to Georgia's agricultural community.. Farm Bureau is local, state, national and international in scope and influence.. Purpose of Georgia Farm Bureau.. The purpose of the Georgia Farm Bureau Federation, as the largest farm organization in Georgia, is to provide leadership and assistance to the agricultural sector, to promote farm products, to aid in agri-related procurement, to be a spokesman for the farmer in the legislative arena, to be a leader in the development and expansion of farm markets, to strive for more agricultural research  ...   the entire family.. Just as members form county Farm Bureaus, county Farm Bureaus are the basis for state Farm Bureaus.. Once county Farm Bureaus set policies, they select voting delegates to voice their beliefs at the state Farm Bureau annual meeting.. These delegates determine which policies submitted by the county Farm Bureaus, and in some cases by commodity committees, will provide the direction for Georgia Farm Bureau.. After Georgia Farm Bureau adopts its policies, it names delegates to represent it at the American Farm Bureau annual meeting.. Policies adopted by voting delegates from all 50 states govern the national Farm Bureau.. These policies deal with many issues - use of natural resources, taxation, property rights, services to the farm community, trade, food safety and quality, and a host of topics that affect rural America.. Therefore the members - the grassroots - determine the future of their organization.. And membership is not limited to farmers.. Any family interested in agriculture or in participating in one of Farm Bureau's many member services may join.. If you're interested in membership, contact your local county Farm Bureau office.. There is one in each county in Georgia.. Officers and Board.. Putting Farm Bureau policies into action are the.. Officers and Board of Directors.. of the Georgia Farm Bureau Federation.. The president, three vice presidents and 22 members of the board of directors, each of them an active farmer, are elected by the voting delegates at the annual meeting held each December at Jekyll Island, Georgia.. For more on the GFB Officers and Board,.. click here.. The president.. is a full-time executive farmer who directs the day-to-day operations of the Macon-based organization and speaks as the official voice of the Georgia Farm Bureau Federation.. The board of directors is comprised of 25 farmers: two members elected from each of our 10 districts for two-year terms, and three elected Vice Presidents who serve three-year terms.. Also serving on the Board are the chairs of the State Women's Committee and Young Farmer Committee.. Farm Bureau is dedicated to promoting and improving agriculture in our counties, state and nation and in continually improving and expanding our service-to-member programs which serve to enhance the quality of life for all Georgians..

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  • Title: Georgia Farm Bureau - About Georgia Agriculture
    Descriptive info: Georgia Agriculture – The State’s $68 Billion Industry.. • Agriculture contributes more than $68.. 9 billion annually to Georgia's $719.. 8 billion economy.. • The 2009 total Farm Gate Value for the state was $12 billion.. • One in seven Georgians works in agriculture, forestry or related fields.. • In 2007 there were 47,846 farms in Georgia encompassing 10,150,539 acres of land with an average size of 212 acres per farm.. Georgia is blessed with a climate that allows tremendous opportunities for farmers.. Virtually any crop or animal can be grown successfully somewhere within the state.. We’re known for our sweet Georgia peaches, our peanuts and those delicious Vidalia Onions.. But the state’s ag picture is so much larger.. Georgia is perennially the number one state in the nation in the production of peanuts, broilers (chickens), pecans and watermelons.. We are also near the top when it comes to cotton, peaches, eggs, tobacco, tomatoes, onions, cantaloupes, cabbage and blueberries.. Producers across the state raise cattle, horses, goats, sheep, hogs, poultry, turkeys and alligators.. No matter which part of our state you visit, you’ll see some form of agricultural production.. Agriculture is Georgia’s oldest and largest industry.. It has played a dominant role in Georgia's economy for almost three centuries, beginning with the settlement by English colonists in 1733.. The colony's founder, General James E.. Oglethorpe, sought the advice of Native Americans on hunting and growing food.. One of the major goals of those colonists was to produce agricultural commodities for export to England.. Within a short time, they were sending corn, rice, indigo, silk and wine back to England.. The Trustees of the colony established an experimental garden of ten acres in Savannah  ...   The census showed almost 48,000 farms operating across the state, with more than 10 million acres in production.. More than 20,000 of those farms raised cattle, either beef cows or dairy cows.. As for row crops, more than 3,000 farms grew corn during 2007, planting nearly a half-million acres.. Peanut farmers across the southern and eastern areas of Georgia produced 1.. 6 billion pounds of peanuts.. Nearly a million acres of cotton were grown in the state during 2007.. Forestry makes a nearly $20 billion contribution to Georgia's economy, and we have more acres of commercial forest land (23.. 8 million acres) than any other state.. Despite all the changes in society, farming remains the foundation of the state's economic well-being.. Approximately one in six Georgians works in agriculture, forestry, or a related field.. Farming is one of mankind’s original jobs, and those who till the soil have always been stewards of the land.. Georgia’s farmers take pride in their work.. In turn, they go to great lengths to protect their land and surrounding environments.. Modern conservation and best production practices help to protect the land and grow safer, healthier crops.. Agriculture has seen great changes through the years, and Georgia’s farmers have adapted.. They continue to provide diverse agricultural products to consumers, but farming today is more than just growing crops and raising livestock.. An intricate, high-tech network of processing, marketing and distribution moves agricultural commodities from the farmer to the consumer.. All these work together to provide you with the safest, most abundant, and most secure food supply in the world.. We've produced a video called Without Farmers, Georgia Can't Grow ,.. which spotlights Georgia Agriculture.. Click here to see this video..

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  • Title: Georgia Farm Bureau - Georgia Ag Links
    Descriptive info: Georgia Agricultural Links.. COMMODITY GROUPS.. Livestock.. Georgia Beef Board.. Working for the beef producers of Georgia, and funded by beef producers through the Beef Checkoff.. Georgia Cattlemen's Association.. The Georgia Cattlemen 's mission is to unite cattle producers to advance the economic, political and social interests of Georgia's cattle industry.. Georgia Cattlewomen's Association.. Serving and promoting Georgia's Beef Industry through chapters across the state.. Georgia Cattlewomen take part in multiple activities throughout the year, as well as assisting with the activities of the Georgia Beef Board.. Georgia Junior Cattlemen's Association.. Their purpose is to prepare the members of the junior association for membership and leadership in the Georgia Cattlemen's Association, and to offer educational opportunities to prepare them to become industry leaders.. Georgia Milk Producers.. Georgia Milk Producers is a producer-funded organization located in Watkinsville, Georgia.. Georgia's dairy producers vote, by referendum, every three years to maintain it's operation.. Georgia Milk's main objective is to educate dairymen and governing officials on all issues, such as legislation, environmental regulations, animal health and milk pricing/Federal Orders, affecting Georgia’s dairy industry.. Georgia Egg Commission.. The Georgia Egg Commission was begun in 1961 for the purpose of promotion, education, and research.. Georgia Dairy Goat Breeders Association.. The association is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping owners of dairy goats, and to the improvement of all dairy goat breeds.. Crops.. Georgia Blueberry Commission.. Georgia has the longest blueberry growing season in the nation.. The Commission was formed in 2009 to support research, education and promotion programs for the state’s blueberry growers.. Georgia Cotton Commission.. The Commission is a producer-funded organization set up to invest in programs of research, promotion and education, on behalf of the cotton producers.. Georgia Forestry Association.. For 100 years, GFA has been the voice of forestry, working to educate business, environmental and political leaders about responsible forest management practices, reforestation, benefits derived from forestry and landowner rights.. GFA also provides a diverse resource of technical information that can help you better grow your forestry investment.. Georgia Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association.. The GFVGA provides programs and services to it's membership designed to increase production efficiencies, provide educational opportunities, promote new markets monitor legislation, encourage applied research and improve communications among G.. F.. V.. G.. A.. members and industry suppliers.. Georgia Green Industry Association.. Promoting and advancing the economic and environmental benefits of Georgia's Horticulture Industry.. Georgia Peach Council.. The Georgia Peach Commission is dedicated to providing fun and exciting events to bring our surrounding community closer together.. Georgia Peanut Commission.. The Georgia Agricultural Commodity Commission for Peanuts was established in 1961 under the Commodities Promotion Act.. The Commission conducts programs in the areas of promotion, research and education.. Georgia Pecan Commission.. The Commission funds research, educational and promotional programs in order to increase awareness and raise demand for Georgia pecans.. Georgia Pecan Growers Commission.. The goal of the Georgia Pecan  ...   strategies.. Some agents help parents cope with the pressures of balancing home, work and children; others help keep families healthy with information on nutrition and food safety.. UGA Biological and Agricultural Engineering (Griffin Campus) - Weather School.. The goal of this project is to bring educational materials together for immediate use in the classroom through one web portal.. You will find original material developed at the University of Georgia (UGA) College of Agriculture and Environmental Science as well as links and references to other great sites for additional information and for which we have authored materials for use with those interactive sites.. Georgia Automated Environmental Monitoring Network.. The Georgia Automated Environmental Monitoring Network was established in 1991 by the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences of the University of Georgia.. The objective of the AEMN is to collect reliable weather information for agricultural and environmental applications.. A system of 78 ststions monitors air temperature, relative humidity, rainfall, solar radiation, wind speed, wind direction, soil temperature at 2, 4, and 8 inch depths, atmospheric pressure, and soil moisture.. Georgia Agricultural Education.. Resources for educators and the general public, maintained by the Georgia Department of Education.. Georgia FFA Association.. FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.. Georgia Agribusiness Council.. The Georgia Agribusiness Council mission is To Advance the Business of Agriculture and Promote Environmental Stewardship to Enhance the Quality of Life for All Georgians.. The Council provides a forum for the entire agricultural industry to share views, develop understanding and work on issues of common concern.. Advancing Georgia's Leaders in Agriculture and Forestry.. Advancing Georgia's Leaders in Agriculture and Forestry (AGL) develops individuals within agriculture and natural resources to become more effective spokespeople for their industries, establish strong allegiances across the state and nation and further develop their leadership skills.. Georgia Grown Fun.. Promotes the wide range of delicious fruits and vegetables grown right here in Georgia.. Georgia Made Georgia Grown.. Site designed to sotlight items made in Georgia, products grown or raised in Georgia and entertainment performed by Georgia residents.. Georgia Organics.. Georgia Organics is a member supported non-profit organization working to integrate healthy, sustainable and locally grown food into the lives of all Georgians.. NATIONAL AGRICULTURE LINKS.. American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture.. The mission of the Foundation is to build awareness, understanding, and a positive public perception of agriculture through education.. Food Dialogues.. This project is from the U.. Farmers Ranchers Alliance (USFRA), an alliance consisting of a wide range of prominent farmer- and rancher-led organizations and agricultural partners.. The puropse of USFRA and Food Dialogues is to lead the dialogue and answer Americans’ questions about howfarmers and ranchers raise our food - while being stewards of the environment, responsibly caring for their animals and maintaining strong businesses and communities..

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  • Title: Georgia Farm Bureau - Our History
    Descriptive info: Brief History of Georgia Farm Bureau.. A group of farmers from seven counties in northwest Georgia met at the Bartow County courthouse on June 17, 1937 at the request of Bartow County farmer Robert M.. Stiles.. He believed there was a need for a farmer-led organization to support Georgia agriculture.. The result of this meeting was the formation of the United Georgia Farmers.. The organization that would become Georgia Farm Bureau was officially created on July 31, 1937.. Fifty Georgia “dirt farmers” representing 25 counties attended this first Assembly of Delegates, and one of their first orders of business was the election of Mr.. Stiles as president.. The United Georgia Farmers affiliated themselves with the American Farm Bureau in 1939, and two years later changed its name to the Georgia Farm Bureau Federation.. Since its inception, the primary and ongoing goal of Farm Bureau is to be a united voice in the legislative arena, to promote farm markets and to provide leadership to Georgia's agricultural community.. Beginning with those first fifty farmers, Georgia Farm Bureau has been, and will continue to be, a grassroots organization.. The state headquarters of the organization moved from its original home in Cartersville to Pelham, in Mitchell County, in July 1941..  ...   Farm Bureau Public Relations Department was established in 1951, and began producing daily radio programs for local radio stations.. The department also published the monthly Georgia Farm Bureau News magazine.. A major addition to the company came in 1959 with the founding of the Georgia Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company.. Two years later, Blue Cross-Blue Shield hospital-medical coverage was made available to members.. In 1964, Farm Record Management services were offered, and the Marketing Association was formed to assist farmers with buying and selling of agricultural products.. 1966 saw the first Georgia Farm Monitor TV broadcast, in cooperation with WMAZ-TV in Macon.. The program is still on the air, more than 2,200 episodes later.. The Young Farmer Program began in 1972, with the purpose of surfacing and developing Farm Bureau leadership.. The state Young Farmer chairman serves as an ex-officio member of the GFB Board of Directors.. In 1987, ground was broken for what is now the current headquarters of the Georgia Farm Bureau Federation.. Dedicated on September 14, 1988, the five-story, 171,000 square foot building has a full-service cafeteria and 325 seat auditorium.. There are approximately 500 home office employees, in addition to over 600 insurance agents located throughout the state to serve our members..

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  • Title: Georgia Farm Bureau - Human Resources
    Descriptive info: Georgia Farm Bureau - Human Resources.. Welcome to the Human Resources pages at Georgia Farm Bureau! We have created this part of our site with you in mind.. Clicking on any of the links below will take you right to each topic for more information.. There you will find detail on GFB as a great place to work and the excellent benefits we enjoy as employees.. Work Life at Georgia Farm Bureau.. Benefits of Employment.. In addition, search our open jobs and submit your resume’ for consideration.. Open Positions.. When you are finished exploring, if you  ...   answer.. Georgia Farm Bureau Companies.. a place where you want to be!.. Our Human Resources Vision.. Create and maintain an environment that promotes employee fulfillment.. Our Human Resources Mission.. We are a cohesive, collaborative team of professionals dedicated to creating partnerships with all Departments.. We strive to support, guide and maintain a healthy and positive work environment in order to assist Employees in accomplishing individual and organizational goals.. We care about our Employees.. Integrity, trust, mutual respect, equity, personal accountability and teamwork are important in our relationships and interactions.. We pursue excellence in all that we do..

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  • Title: Georgia Farm Bureau - President's Welcome
    Descriptive info: Zippy Duvall.. President, Georgia Farm Bureau.. On behalf of our Board of Directors, volunteer leadership and more than 360,000 member families, welcome to Georgia Farm Bureau's website.. Agriculture is Georgia's largest industry and we are Georgia's largest general farm organization.. We started this web site in 1995 to insure that our state's farmers had access to the latest information right at their fingertips.. From a single page, this site has grown to provide not only the latest agricultural news and videos, but information about the many benefits, programs and activities available to Georgia Farm Bureau members.. Georgia Farm Bureau represents producers of all major agricultural commodities grown or raised in the state..  ...   Farm Bureau has an office in each of Georgia's 159 counties, but our state headquarters office is located an hour's drive south of Atlanta in Macon, Georgia.. Georgia Farm Bureau provides a host of services - from commodity marketing to multi-line insurance products.. Members receive discounts on new Ford vehicles, hotel stays and rental cars.. all exclusive to our Georgia members.. There are numerous benefits to Farm Bureau membership, and if you're not already a member, I hope you'll consider joining us.. Click here.. to find out more about the benefits of Georgia Farm Bureau membership.. And, I invite you to read my latest magazine article, We, the farmers.. by clicking here..

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  • Title: Georgia Farm Bureau - Member Benefits
    Descriptive info: Georgia Farm Bureau Member Benefits.. Georgia Farm Bureau has more than 340,000 member families.. We use the size and strength of our membership numbers to negotiate with potential business partners to bring services, benefits and discounts to our members.. Georgia Farm Bureau is in a unique position with offices, staff and volunteer leaders that cover all areas of Georgia.. With over 150 offices, you are never more than 30 minutes away from one of our county offices.. In these busy times, with so many services and so much information available, it is difficult for each of us as individuals to seek out the best value.. The leadership and staff of Georgia Farm Bureau are committed to researching, selecting and offering the best quality and best valued services available as part of  ...   Bureau Member Benefits.. Car Rental Discount Program.. GFB Marketing Services.. Choice Hotels Discount Program.. Grainger Supply Discounts.. EZ Ranch Herd Management Software.. ID Theft Consultation Restoration.. Farm Bureau Bank.. Jiffy Lube Discount Program.. Ford Discount Program.. Members Automobile Buying Service.. GFB Farm Record Management.. PowerNet Global Telephone Service.. GFB Insurance Services.. Wyndham Hotels Discount Program.. GFB Legislative Programs.. GFB Health Services.. Agelity Discount Prescriptions.. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Georgia.. ClearValue Hearing Program.. Delta Dental.. Qualsight Lasik Discount.. Stroke Detection Plus.. Teladoc Medical Services.. VoiceCare Medical Alert System.. Family Entertainment Discounts.. Georgia Aquarium.. Six Flags / White Water.. Stone Mountain Park.. Wild Adventures.. For additional information, please contact your local County Farm Bureau, call Member Services at.. (800) 633-5432 (option 1) or send an e-mail to.. websites@gfb.. to locate your county office..

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  • Title: Georgia Farm Bureau - Join Now
    Descriptive info: JOIN GEORGIA FARM BUREAU.. The Georgia Farm Bureau Federation has a membership of more than 340,000 family members and is the largest farm organization in Georgia.. Our goal is to provide leadership and assistance to the agricultural sector, to promote farm products, to aid in agri-related procurement , to be a spokesman for the farmer in the legislative arena, to be a leader in the development and expansion of farm markets, and to strive for more agricultural research and educational funds and facilities.. With county offices in more than 150 Georgia counties, Georgia Farm Bureau is dedicated to promoting and  ...   quality of life for all Georgians.. Annual membership dues are only $25, and membership is open to everyone.. You don't need to be a farmer to join Farm Bureau!.. to learn more about the benefits of membership.. If you would like to become a member of Georgia Farm Bureau, you can start your membership online right now! We have a simple application process, and you can be our newest member in just a couple of minutes.. You also may visit your local county Farm Bureau office to join our organization.. Use our.. County Office Locator.. to find the office nearest you..

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  • Title: Georgia Farm Bureau - News and Media
    Descriptive info: GEORGIA FARM BUREAU NEWS AND MEDIA.. The Information / Public Relations Department is the news division of Georgia Farm Bureau.. It provides a constant flow of news and information to the state's media of current agricultural news, news of our farmers' activities and achievements, Farm Bureau policy on agricultural and rural matters and issues of interest to our members and to Georgia agriculture.. It also gathers news for dissemination to Georgia agriculture and produces all Farm Bureau publications, printed materials, advertising and broadcast programs for the Farm Bureau companies.. Since 1995, it has managed this very website.. It's all about informing the farmer and our consumers.. Various media are used to accomplish these goals.. A weekly half-hour TV program,.. The Georgia Farm Monitor.. , is produced in the Farm Bureau TV studios and seen in every market in Georgia from Atlanta to Valdosta and nationally to nearly 50 million homes on the RFD-TV network.. The Monitor has been on the air every week since 1966 without a repeat.. Video stories from the show can be watched anytime by visiting the.. Georgia Farm Monitor's YouTube Channel.. With origins dating back to 1965, the.. Georgia Farm Radio Network.. is the state's largest ag network, produces seven daily radio programs heard on 40  ...   News.. It is available to all Farm Bureau members upon request.. For questions regarding editorial content e-mail.. jawhittaker@gfb.. To advertise in the.. contact Hurst Associates, Inc.. , at (800) 397-8908 or.. hurstp19@prodigy.. net.. Georgia Farm Bureau has published the.. Georgia Neighbor’.. s.. magazine since 1996, publishing three issues a year – winter, spring/summer and fall.. Farm Bureau's.. Georgia Neighbors.. magazine features people and places of interest in Georgia and educational information about agriculture.. contact L.. Fuda Media, at (513) 307-7949 or.. lfudamedia@rcn.. com.. Both magazines are available to non-members at a subscription price of $15 (U.. ) per year.. if you'd like to inquire about a subscription.. The latest issues of the magazines.. can be found on this page.. Georgia Farm Bureau also publishes a weekly newsletter,.. Leadership Alert.. , which covers issues and events impacting Georgia agriculture.. This newsletter is distributed to county and state Farm Bureau leaders, members of our 20 GFB Commodity Advisory Committees and numerous elected officials.. to read the latest issue.. You can read views and opinions on the state of agriculture from Farm Bureau in a section called.. Focus on Agriculture.. County Farm Bureaus looking for editorial topics on current ag events may find the Focus section helpful.. Recent news releases.. can be found here..

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