Sugar beets are being researched at UGA as a possible alternative feed source for dairy cattle. CAES News
UGA dairy cattle specialist researching sugar beets as alternative feed source
UGA started research when corn prices skyrocketed to $7 a bushel.
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UGA Tifton Campus Conference Center to host annual Georgia Exports Conference
Value of Georgia goods exported last year reached $37.6 billion
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Cotton prices unfavorable for Georgia farmers
UGA economist says cotton production is expected to increase by 46 percent this year
UGA President Jere Morehead meets with Ben Evans, manager of Coffee County Cotton Gin in Douglas on Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2014. CAES News
UGA President Jere Morehead part of agricultural tour
UGA President Jere Morehead, Georgia Ag Commissioner Gary Black make stops in Brooks, Ben Hill, Coffee and Bacon Counties
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Bleak market awaits corn farmers
UGA agricultural economist believes next year's corn market outlook could be worse than this year's
Sha Tao stands at the dairy on the UGA Tifton Campus. CAES News
New UGA scientist to research heat stress on dairy cattle on Tifton Campus
Georgia's dairy industry has been successful despite humid climate
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UGA Extension and Athens Land Trust looking for farmers' input
UGA Extension and Athens Land Trust looking for northeast Georgia farmers interested in processing produce
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton gathers with a group of townspeople from Tierra Muscady, Haiti, where he and philanthropist Frank Giustra launched the new Acceso Peanut Enterprise Corp., which is designed to improve the livelihoods of more than 12,000 smallholder peanut farmers. CAES News
UGA innovation lab participates in Clinton Foundation's launch of Haiti peanut depot
UGA peanut research helps to support Clinton Foundation's efforts to boost food security in Haiti
A peanut plant is shown in Dooly County on June 13, 2014 after being damage by feral hogs. CAES News
Feral hogs eating away at farmers' land and profits
Feral hogs a major problem in southwest Georgia