Stay on WOTUS

Potentially good news for farmers out there.  Read more about the current stay on the WOTUS ruling until more information is on hand to describe the impact that it will have on farmers in the U.S. Click Here for More Information
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It’s CIDR Time!

Jillian Bohlen, PhD and Lark Widener, Dairy Science Graduate Student As summer turns to fall, many youth and adults in the dairy industry are excitedly working with dairy stock to prepare for the fall show season. Trips to county and state fairs to exhibit these animals are undoubtedly on the agenda…
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Student Wins National Award

A huge congratulations to Kayla Alward on her recognition at the 2015 American Dairy Science Association meetings for her winning presentation “Hyperkeratosis: a costly consequence of milking equipment”.  She is currently highlighted by UGA’s College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences!   http://students.caes.uga.edu/news/announcements/2015/ada-undergraduate-paper-presentation-winner–kayla-alward.html  
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District Meetings Coming Up!!!

Don’t forget that district meetings are coming up for Georgia Milk Producers and SUDIA/ADA!  Everyone is encouraged to attend to learn important updates regarding industry issues, promotional efforts, and upcoming events.  Add them to your calendar! 2015DistrictMeetings
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SE Hay Contest and Grazing School

Forages are a key component to successful dairy operations.  Whether you like to show off your stored forage quality or are interested in learning more about managing forages for grazing – there are upcoming opportunities for you! Southeastern Hay Contest Website for Entry Information: https://sehaycontest.wordpress.com You need to work with…
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GA National Fair – Commercial Dairy Heifer Project

Don’t forget that entries for the GA National Fair Junior Commercial Heifer Show are due on September 1st. More information regarding rules can be found here Basic reminders: Heifers MUST be born between March 1st and September 30th, 2014 They MUST have a state ear tag – make sure these are clear…
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Welcome

Since 1914 with the Smith-Lever Act, the fundamentals of the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension service have remained intact.  The main goal of this service was and is to deliver useful and practical agricultural as well as home economics information from the University of Georgia to the state’s constituents.  The…
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