Farm Monitor – September 14, 2019

[Announcer] This is Farm Monitor. For over 50-years, your source for agribusiness news and features from around the southeast and across the country, focusing on one of the nation‚Äôs top industries, Agriculture. The Farm Monitor is produced by one of the largest general farm organizations, the Georgia Farm Bureau. Now, here are your hosts, Ray […]

Educating Our Youth About Agriculture

some people may ask why is it so important to educate our youth about agriculture the reason youth are our future they are future policymakers commissioners County managers CEOs teachers farmers and so much more it’s more important than ever to educate and engage youth about agriculture especially as farming populations age the US Department […]

New Ag Curriculum Meant to Educate Consumers

[Macon, GA/John Holcomb ‚Äì Reporting] School is finally back in session here in Georgia, and with a new school year comes new opportunities for kids to learn and develop themselves for their future. This year, one of those new opportunities comes in the form of a new agriculture education curriculum that was signed by Governor […]

Episode 804 – America’s Heartland

“America’s Heartland is made possible by…” Farm Credit – financing agriculture and rural America since 1916. Farm Credit is cooperatively owned by America’s farmers and ranchers. Learn more at: farmcredit.com   The United Soybean Board whose “Common Ground” program creates conversations to help consumers get the facts about farming and food. There’s more at: findourcommonground.com […]

NRCS Chief Tours Georgia Farms

[KENNY] Meantime, the State of Georgia playing host to a special visitor recently, as the chief of the Natural Resources Conservation Service, Matt Lohr spent the day with USDA and NRCS employees. He also got to go on a farm tour where he saw everything from row crop operations to a dairy facility. One of […]

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