Hogs have been raised in Georgia for personal and commercial uses since colonial times. Today, factors such as drought, economic pressure, and industry consolidation have combined to make pork production a relatively small contributor to the state's agricultural revenues. Still, many farmers in Georgia rely on swine production for part of their income, and hogs continue to be a part of Georgia's historic and current agricultural heritage.
Commercial and Professional Publications
- A Review of Georgia's Animal Feeding Operation Regulations
- Small Farm Nutrient Management Primer: For Un-permitted Animal Feeding Operations
- Windows User-Friendly Feed Formulation for Poultry and Swine
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- Georgia Hogs
An overview of hogs in Georgia, including industry history, present production, and feral hog problems.
- Impact Statements: Swine
Descriptions of Extension efforts to improve knowledge and practices related to swine.
- Pork Facts
Overview of pork production in Georgia.
- Georgia Pork Producers
Summarizes environmental regulations governing Georgia's swine operations.
- National Pork Board
Provides current and historical market data. Certifies producers, transporters and handlers and youth in pork quality assurance. Explains pork production careers and workplace safety and production issues, with an emphasis on health. Administers numerous marketing and promotion programs. Funds research.