Egg Candling Class
Date: Friday, October 16, 2020
Time: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Lunch is on your own.
Location: Oconee Fall Line Technical College / Dubose Porter Center, 360 Pinehill Road, Dublin, Georgia 31021
Do You Want to Sell Your Farm Eggs?
Georgians who want to produce and legally sell eggs must comply with the Georgia Egg Law and obtain an egg candling certificate/license to sell from the Georgia Department of Agriculture.
Egg candling certification is obtained by successfully completing an Egg Candling course, which includes a written examination and a hands-on candling examination, which are both administered by Georgia Department Agriculture representatives. The recommended study materials to successfully complete the Egg Candling Course include the Georgia Egg Law and the USDA Federal Egg-Grading Manual. Study materials will be emailed to all registered participants.
Participants must pre-register by calling the UGA Extension office in Laurens County at 478-272-2277. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, no on-site registrations are allowed. Space is limited to 20 participants. There is no cost for the class.
As of Monday, August 3, 2020, the Laurens County Extension office has resumed normal operations.
We encourage you to wear a mask and practice social distancing while visiting the Extension office.
The University of Georgia Extension Laurens County is a Federal-State-County-Local partnership. We deliver lifelong learning across the county through science-based programs in agriculture and the environment, family well-being, and 4-H youth development. For more than a century, we've provided research and education through a network of committed specialists, agents and volunteers to help Georgians learn, grow and do more.
1511A Telfair Street, Dublin, Georgia 31021
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. to Noon and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Closed for Lunch (Noon to 1 p.m.)
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