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  • Minimizing Losses- Hay Storage & Feeding Posted by Steve Morgan on Oct 30, 2023 According to USDA, in 2019, the United States produced more than 57.7 million acres of forage crops that were harvested for hay. Annual production from this acreage is over 140 million tons of hay valued at more than 18 billion dollars. Hay is the most widely grown mechanically-harvested agronomic crop in the United States. That […]

Visit the UGA Forage Extension Team website for upcoming events, newsletters and other information.

The UGA Forages website is your window to information on a wide variety of forage management issues.

This information is extended to you by scientists from the University of Georgia, who continue to research all aspects of forage and livestock management. The recommendations found here are based on peer-reviewed research conducted in Georgia and throughout the world. The website provides accurate and up-to-date information about all forage management issues facing producers in Georgia and the Southeast

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UGA Forage Program and Services:

GrassMasters Program

Seven-week series focusing on forage production

Production Meeting

Updates on local issues for growers and producers

Upcoming Events
  • Dec 7 Virtual Series: Diagnosing & Treating Nutrient Deficiencies in Plants with Organic Fertilizers Many have decided to go organic in their yard and garden, and there are good reasons for doing that. Making sure your plants receive all the nutrients they need to live long healthy lives and produce a bountiful harvest can be challenging. Let's discuss how you diagose nutrient deficiencies and how to correct them.
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  • Dec 13 Lunch and Learn: Fruit Trees Join us for a free, virtual Lunch and Learn on the second Wednesday of each month. Grab your lunch, find a comfy seat and learn about an agricultural or natural resources topic. Area Peach Agent Jeff Cook will discuss how to have fruit trees including apples, pears and peaches that actually produce fruit.
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Steve MorganAdministration Agriculture & Natural Resources County Extension Coordinator/ANR Agent smorgan@uga.edu706-628-4824