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Hay and Cattle Update

The Southeastern Hay Contest is still taking place this year. Entry samples must be received by September 1, 2020. Information on the rules of the contest and categories can be found at Worth County has been well represented in past years of the contest. Another opportunity for cattle producers…
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Beware of Unsolicited Packages of Seeds

The Georgia Department of Agriculture (GDA) is aware that many Georgia residents have received unsolicited packages containing seeds. The packages appear to have originated from China. If someone has received a similar package, he/she is strongly urged not to open the package, not to plant the seeds, and not to…
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Southeastern Hay Contest

The 2020 Southeastern Hay Contest is continuing even though the Sunbelt Expo has been cancelled for this year. Hay producers that are interested in entering the contest or getting more information can visit the website at There are 7 categories in which growers can enter depending on their production…
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Irrigating Corn

Corn in the county is maturing and reaching later stages in production. Following is some information on general water needs and use of corn at growth stages when the crop nears full maturity. Many times the question is asked, “When do I stop irrigating my corn crop?” Some fields are…
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