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Georgia’s famous Vidalia Onions are now available, and growers are busy harvesting, packing and shipping them to eagerly awaiting customers.  Kenny Burgamy visited with one growers to see how the crop turned out.

Georgia’s famous Vidalia Onions are now available, and growers are busy harvesting, packing and shipping them to eagerly awaiting customers. Kenny Burgamy visited with one growers to see how the crop turned out.

Each year, the Vidalia Onion Committee recognizes a grower for their achievements and success in the Vidalia Onion industry.  They recently recognized their 2015 recipient, Toombs County grower Jason Herndon.  Kenny Burgamy has that story.

Each year, the Vidalia Onion Committee recognizes a grower for their achievements and success in the Vidalia Onion industry. They recently recognized their 2015 recipient, Toombs County grower Jason Herndon. Kenny Burgamy has that story.

The annual Georgia Peanut Farm Show brings together growers from across the state.  They learn about new research, get caught up on industry issues, and honor some who have worked to advance the industry.  Kenny Burgamy has that story.

The annual Georgia Peanut Farm Show brings together growers from across the state. They learn about new research, get caught up on industry issues, and honor some who have worked to advance the industry. Kenny Burgamy has that story.

A researcher at the Vidalia Onion & Vegetable Research Center in Toombs County has a side-project that’s beneficial to crops in the area.  He’s building colonies of honeybees by attracting them to new hives.  The honeybees, in turn, providing a great service by pollinating area plants.

A researcher at the Vidalia Onion & Vegetable Research Center in Toombs County has a side-project that’s beneficial to crops in the area.

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Fall brings cool weather and colorful leaves, along with thousands of tourists who flock to North Georgia to see the sites and to taste some of the sweetest apples around. The Monitor’s Kenny Burgamy visited one of Georgia Farm Bureau's Certified Farm Markets that has a long history with the apple orchards in Gilmer County.

Fall brings cool weather and colorful leaves, along with thousands of tourists who flock to North Georgia to see the sites and to taste some of the sweetest .

Georgia is the nation’s leading poultry-producing state, and the state’s poultry industry takes the avian influenza threat very seriously.  During the recent Georgia Farm Bureau annual convention, the Monitor’s Damon Jones spoke with industry and state officials about the threat and their preparations for an occurrence.

Georgia is the nation’s leading poultry-producing state, and the state’s poultry industry takes the avian influenza threat very seriously.

More and more, people are raising goats to supplement their income.  The Monitor’s Kenny Burgamy recently spoke with a UGA Extension agent and a West Georgia goat producer, both of who are advocates for the benefits of goat ownership.

More and more, people are raising goats to supplement their income. The Monitor’s Kenny Burgamy recently spoke with a UGA Extension agent and a West Georgia goat producer, both of who are advocates for the benefits of goat ownership.

In this Meals From The Field segment, Ray and Marcia are preparing some easy and delicious recipes using fresh, delicious Georgia apples!    For these recipes, visit http://www.gfb.org/recipes/    Our "Meals From The Field" segment is a monthly spotlight of one Georgia Grown commodity, with recipes for you to try at home!  Brought to you by the Georgia Farm Bureau and the Georgia Department of Agriculture's Georgia Grown program.

In this Meals From The Field segment, Ray and Marcia are preparing some easy and delicious recipes using fresh, delicious Georgia apples!

In this Meals From The Field segment, Ray and Marcia are using fresh delicious Georgia peaches and blueberries to create two great treats… fried green tomatoes with Georgia peach pepper sauce and Georgia peach & blueberry trifle.      For this recipe, visit: http://www.gfb.org/recipes/  Our "Meals From The Field" segment is a monthly spotlight of one Georgia Grown commodity, with recipes for you to try at home!  Brought to you b

In this Meals From The Field segment, Ray and Marcia are using fresh delicious Georgia peaches and blueberries to create two great treats… fried green tomato.

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