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Georgia Grown Ag Products Connection

UGA Extension and the Georgia Department of Agriculture’s GA Grown division are partnering with the industry to work to connect farmers, growers and producers who have GA Grown Agricultural Products to sell with consumers who want these great products. Ag products could include fruits and vegetables, meat, dairy products, seafood and much more - basically anything grown or produced in GA!

Do you have any special product promotions?
Home delivery?
Curbside pickup?
Let us help get the word out.

Complete this form (https://bit.ly/ag-connect) and we’ll promote it to the public through our website (https://t.uga.edu/5TB) and the social media accounts of our extensive network of county Extension offices throughout the state.


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