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Franklin County Extension Blog
  • Franklin County 4-H’ers Compete at State Livestock Judging Contest Posted by on Apr 1, 2019 Written by:  Raleigh Dawson, Franklin County 4-H Agent The Georgia 4-H State Livestock Judging contest was held last Saturday, March 23rd, at the University of Georgia Livestock Arena in Athens. Competitors from all over the state gathered to judge classes of cattle, hogs, sheep, and goats. In a livestock judging...
  • Franklin County 4-H’ers excel during Cloverleaf Project Achievement Posted by on Apr 1, 2019 Written by: Raleigh Dawson, Franklin County 4-H Agent Cloverleaf Project Achievement was held last Saturday, March 23rd, in Jackson County. There were 319 competitors who gathered to share their research based presentations to a panel of expert judges. Cloverleaf Project Achievement empowers 4th-6th graders with communication, confidence, research, and presentation...
  • Franklin County 4-H’ers excel during Northeast District Junior/Senior Project Achievement Posted by on Apr 1, 2019 Written by: Raleigh Dawson, Franklin County 4-H Agent Northeast Junior/Senior District Project Achievement was held last weekend, March 1-3, at Rock Eagle 4-H Center in Eatonton, Georgia. Project achievement empowers young people with research, communication, and presentation skills for a lifetime. In order to compete, 4-H’ers must choose a project...
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Extension News
  • Tomato Types link Know what to expect from your tomato plants before you pick a variety. By Jacob G. Price | Published: 4/17/2019
  • Irrigation App link New app designed to help vegetable producers make smarter irrigation scheduling decisions. By Andre Luiz Biscaia Ribeiro da Silva | Published: 4/17/2019
  • Beuchat Professorship link New professorship will promote ornamental plant research at state botanical garden. By Sharon Dowdy | Published: 4/12/2019
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