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Department, producers explore China as next trade frontier By Dallas Duncan Editor’s Note: This is the first in a series exploring Georgia agriculture’s international trade and partnership opportunities. In 2012, Georgia exported roughly $3.7 billion in products to China. A significant portion of that was agricultural products – food, fiber, forestry and various byproducts. “When you think of the amount of people they have to feed in those areas of the country and you get to see it, it really becomes real to you what a great opportunity we have in Georgia agriculture to be able to trade some of our commodities over there,” said Zippy Duvall, Georgia Farm Bureau president. Gov. Nathan Deal and the state Department of Economic Development invited Duvall, Commissioner of Agriculture Gary W. Black and other agriculturalists on the state’s largest, most diverse trade mission in September, visiting several cities in China and Tokyo, Japan. In China, the group opened the new state office in Qingdao and held trade meetings in Jinan, the economic city and capitol city, respectively, in the Shandong province. A highlight of the Tokyo visit was a completely Georgia Grown supper, a meal collaboration between the chef at the Governor’s Mansion and

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the Japanese counterparts. The audience at that dinner represented more than 400 Japanese companies with operations in Georgia, ranging in size from Toyota all the way to entrepreneur Bentley’s Biscuits, a pet bakery based in Savannah with plans to expand into the Asian market. The agricultural delegation was able to meet with representatives from a number of companies, including Kubota and a feed supplement company building a plant in Peachtree City, Ga. Other agricultural meetings centered on trade issues and how the Department and producers can ensure quality products make it overseas. “What we did was try to ensure them first of all to make sure they’re dealing with licensed and bonded people in the state and people with good reputations,” Black said. “We tried to urge them to let us know if they have any particular problems, and also just causing us to review the whole federal-state inspection protocols [for crops in question]. Whatever’s sold in Georgia on a contract has got to be the product that is unloaded in the ports of China.” He said if there are any differences in what’s sold and what arrives, the discrepancy could damage the integrity of Georgia-produced products. “We’re trying to build a brand integrity of the See TRADE, page 7

Georgia’s agricultural delegation to China and Japan this month included, from left, Department of Agriculture’s Director of Business Development Bo Warren, Lydia Black, Commissioner of Agriculture Gary W. Black, Farm Bureau President Zippy Duvall and Bonnie Duvall. Here, they sample Georgia beverages during a trade promotion event. Staff photo

‘Feed My School for a Week’ program participants named By Dallas Duncan Chicken nuggets, green beans and mashed potatoes might sound like everyday school lunch fare, but for five elementary schools this year, it sounds like a Georgia-grown cafeteria makeover. For one week this school year, each of these five schools will provide 75 to 100 percent of its lunch food from Georgia farmers, giving hundreds of students a glimpse into where their food comes from before it hits the lunch line. The program is part of the “Feed My School for a Week” grants provided by the Georgia Department of Agriculture and Department of Education. “Many children cannot tell you where corn comes from. They will tell you a can. And it’s like, no, this is corn,” said Jacqueline Dennerlein, lead gifted facilitator and garden coordinator for West Chatham Elementary in Savannah, Ga. “The looks on their faces – ‘Like from

the seeds that we plant?’ – yes, this is really what corn looks like.” West Chatham, along with Southside Elementary in Cairo, Sharon Elementary in Suwanee, Skyview Elementary in Lizella and Colbert Elementary in Colbert, will offer opportunities to taste Georgiagrown food, learn about farming straight from the farmer and collaborate agriculture education with existing curricula. “It was the direction we were already heading, bringing a much more inquiry-based, hands-on learning,” said Amy Bartlett, Sharon Elementary principal. “This ‘Feed My School’ piece was just such a natural intersection.” At Sharon Elementary, students will kick off their agriculture education on Sept. 20, though their official “Feed My School” week is in April. A farmer from United Egg Producers is scheduled to come speak and students will have a taste test of some Georgia foods. Each See SCHOOL, page 12

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By Jenna Saxon, press office Pinehurst Equipment Company and Fox International of Americus, Ga., merged in 2010 to form a new agriculture equipment dealership, Agriculture Implement Machinery and Tractor Company – also known as AIMTRAC. AIMTRAC is an authorized dealer for CASE IH with locations in Pinehurst, Americus, Camilla and Brooklet, Ga. AIMTRAC strives to offer expertise in the field combined with efficient and friendly service. AIMTRAC’s direct market includes all major agriculture producers and growers, particularly in the Southeast. AIMTRAC offers a variety of new and used CASE IH tractors, combines, lawn mowers, skid steers and implements as

well as a full parts and services department with genuine manufacturer parts. “At AIMTRAC, it is our mission to be the premier provider of equipment and service to the agricultural industry in the Southeast,” said Brooke Marshall of AIMTRAC. “Our unique focus on service enables our customers to benefit from the full potential of their equipment, allowing them to focus more clearly on enhancing their operations. We joined Georgia Grown at the Founder Circle level in the hope that we will set the bar for the agriculture equipment industry. We hope to continue to educate Georgia growers on our products through the program.” AIMTRAC is committed to collaborating with its customers to develop the most powerful, productive, reliable equipment designed to meet today’s agricultural challenges – feeding an expanding global population on less land, meeting ever-changing government regulations and managing input costs. “With the expanding population, we believe it is our job to keep up in the growing ag industry,” Marshall said. “The world of farming is changing and AIMTRAC is here to ensure that our customers are ready for those changes.”

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If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. Only farm work or farm help wanted advertisements allowed. No commercial, industrial or domestic employment permitted. 52-year-old male looking for job; poultry farm layer or broiler farm; experience in both. Randall Lowery Gainesville 470-213-3212 Bilingual farmer capable of hard work, previous fence work and livestock care; great references, available immediately. Freddi Martinez Acworth 404-858-3536 Farm fencing, construction and landscape available for room and board, salary negotiable; hard worker with excellent references. Dubose Royston 980-429-9739 Handy man required for one-day job, to repair three stalls and the main door to the barn. B. Sethi Jonesboro 770603-0620 Looking for a knowledgeable gardener to tend our large organic vegetable garden. Luca Gianturco Alpharetta 770777-5875 Looking for a Spanish-speaking mature male or couple, to work on a bird farm; live-in position, small salary. Tere Lopez Oxford 770-787-2955 Morning help wanted at boarding and lesson barn; feed, groom, muck stalls, turn out, etc. Pam Levy Locust Grove 770-957-1603 Need reliable person one day a week; background check, reference, leave message. Kevin Toth Cumming 770597-3316 Part-time work on horse farm; experienced; trailering a must; no on-site living; other farm animal experience helpful. Terry Russell Grayson 770682-8670 Woman; we rescue horses, we have two and one in exchange . Mike Babbit Homerville scuba21846@hotmail.com Farmland Rent/Lease Wanted 912-487-3661 912-487-3661 Looking for pasture land for raising cat- Young farmer with two boys; needs farm work, available to do your landtle; will do fencing if necessary. Clay Dent scaping, machinery repair, Bush HogHull claydent@gmail.com 706-319-2175 ging; call any time. DJ Syfrett Lla 706Seeking small farm rental with two to 206-2172 three acres; have a goat herd with fencing who are great weed cleaners; barn, storage a must. Alexander Ila 312-342-0734 Want pasture to train retrievers; one hour from Atlanta or Thomasville; will trade for Bobcat or Bush Hog work. Gregg Leonard Roswell 404-580-6268

If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. The Farmland for Rent/Lease category is published the last issue of each month. Please adhere to the following guidelines when submitting an ad for Farmland for Rent/Lease or Rent/Lease Wanted * When submitting ad, please designate it for the Farmland for Rent/Lease category. Notices to buy or sell farmland are published only in the special fall or spring farmland editions * Ads must not exceed 30 words. 130 acres hunting land; Quality Deer Management county; pine, hardwood, creek, beaver pond. Tim Smith Milledgeville fourseasonsfarm@windstream.net 478-363-6631 20-acre horse pasture w/creek water, stable plus 20 acres additional riding area; call for details. Martha Wayt Cumming mkwayt@aol.com 770-887-1916 25-acre farm; wells, drip irrigation, high tunnel; seeking farm manager knowledgeable of sustainable growing methods; local market. Naomi Davis Roberta davisfarms31078@gmail.com 478-8364564 271 acres hunting land in Marion County, $11.95 per acre; 505 acres hunting land in Randolph County, $12.95 per acre; food plots, hardwood bottom creeks, hardwood drains. David Slonaker Midland 706-569-6015 Deer hunting leases: about 341 acres in Henry County, borders Cole Reservoir, $3,500; about 84 acres in Spalding County, west of 19-41, Sunny Side $900. Peter Cabrel Hampton Peter@ TheBigPineFarm.com 404-513-9353 Hunting land for lease; 86 acres in Greene County; $10 per acre plus insurance; creek runs through land. Tim Carswell Eatonton 706-473-6623

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Farm Machinery If you have questions regarding this category, call 404-656-3722. Only farm machinery and equipment owned by the advertiser and used in his/her own farming operation can be advertised; those persons advertising for machinery and equipment wanted must be seeking those items for their own farming operation. “G” Allis Chalmers tractor, runs good, almost new tires, four implements. $2,900. Doug Garrison Winder 678-858-2978 ‘94 Case 2055 four-row 2200 engine hours; new fans and cam tracks in 2012; $12,500 Bill Barrs Dexter 229-425-1355 ‘97 International 4700 spreader track, DT 466 engine, 6 tl transmission, 16feet BBI litter body hydraulic, stain kss bottom, $15,500. Edith McMichael Monticello 706-468-2442 00 Frick sawmill, four-cylinder, fiveinches cut, with edger, all-steel GM motor, $6,000. Terry Johnson 520 Old Epworth Rd. McCaysville 30555 706455-9351 150-gallon front mount tank; came off John Deere 4455; two KMC two-row peanut pickers. John Ryals Rhine 229315-0174 160 Bush Hog; 14-feet mower, pull type, lots of new parts, $2,500. Wayne Marshall 2732 US 41 South Perry 31069 478-972-2287 18.5-feet equipment trailer; six-feet fold up ramps, dual axle, storage area, bumper pull, two-inch ball, $1,000. Bill Hanzlik Canton 770-345-1147 1940 John Deere B; needs restoring or parts; tractor $450 OBO, delivery available. Bill Hooper Midland 706-329-4359 1942 John Deere H, needs some work, tin is good, $1,500. Patrick Kissell Powder Springs 678-428-9110 1945 rare 2-N with scrape; 1950 8-N both excellent, $3,950 for either; International 1700 Loadstar, two-speed electric, low miles, $450. J.C. Maney Baldwin 706-778-7870 1947 Deere M, 12-volt three-point adapter, wheel weights, good condition, $3,500 OBO. Bill Conine Newnan coninebill@gmail.com 678-423-1003 1948 H Farmall with rebuilt engine, in very good condition, $2,100. Dwain Pittman 5538 Highway 171 South Mitchell 30820 706-598-2222 1949 M.T. John Deere, fair cond., stored inside, restored, no implements, 20 years, $3,250. Leonard Draper Cedartown 770748-2042 404-401-5591 1951 Ford 8N tractor with Howse fivefeet Bush Hog; 12-volt, side mount, dist., $2,300. Travis Carnes Hartwell Ntractorman@msn.com 706-436-3677 1951 John Deere MT, mower, cultivators, $2,700; 2009 Craftsman mower, 46-inch cut, 21 horsepower, $1.300; BCS rear-line tiller, eight horsepower Honda engine, new tires, $525. Harvel Hamm Carrollton 770-854-6675 1952 John Deere 40 series tractor and cultivator, $3,000. James Williamson Jesup 912-294-2980 1952 John Deere model M, competely restored, new tires, paint, etc.; parade ready, $5,100. David Cagle Fairmount 770-796-2555 1952 John Deere MT, good shape, $2,500. Charles Reece Canton 770345-6779 1959 International grain truck, good body runs, needs battery and brake work, $800; call after 2 p.m. Edward Giddens Berrien 229-392-7001 1961 Massey Ferguson MF 35 gas power all original; with Bush Hog, box scraper and spreader; $10,000. Isaac Hoffman Walnut Grove 678-879-9726 1963 140 Farmall; has all gardening implements and harrow, bottom plow, $4,500. Travis Rachels Grovetown 706833-1493 1963 Ford 4000 tractor; five-feet Bush Hog, $3,900. Will Hoffman Jefferson 706-367-0984

1963 International B414 tractor, 36 horsepower, diesel, new tires and battery, runs great, $3,400. Joe Wood Farmington 706-769-4070 706-614-3481 1963 Massey-Ferguson 35; Perkins diesel, fully rebuilt, including engine, new paint, clutch, radiator, call for info; $4,000. Chris Chandler Greenville 770-328-0892 1970 Ford dump, new motor, two years ago; no rust, new clutch, no bed holes, tarp, runs and looks great. Joe Diver Hiawassee 706-994-7848 1981 Ford 6600; good condition; motor rebuilt four years ago; $8,000. Thomas Hughie Sharpsburg 770-251-3820 1983 GMC 7000 14-feet; all aluminum bed with 5.8 Detroit five-speed. can send pictures; $4,500. Tracy Allgood Danielsville 678-575-4003 1988 Chevrolet dump truck C65; V8 gas engine, $3,500. Richard Smith Gay 706-538-6395 1990 Ford, F250; four-wheel drive, $2,500; AGCO disk mower, $1,200; John Deere 336, square baler, $3,000. Donald Strickland Winston 770-4891756 678-579-2885 1994 Kubota B-7100 tractor, HSD with 54-inch mowing deck; 1,042 hours; $3,900. William Chancey 2873 Wagnon Mill Road Bishop 30621 wchancey@wildblue.net 770-363-7756 706-342-8460 1999 F - 450, 7.3 turbo diesel, dump body, 68,754 miles, $10,875; log splitter, new 27 tons, $975; Aeravator, 60“, $2,975. Alan Shaul Marietta 770-971-2654 20-feet equipment trailer; seven-ton eight lug axles, ramps good; 10-ply tires and spare, $2,600. Ellis Belflower Fort Valley 478-951-1104 2000 Ford gas, four-cylinder with rotary cutter, harow, bottom plow and two-row cultivator with planters and plates, $4,975. J.R. Sullivan Vidalia 912-537-4944 2000 Vantage air ride suspension; 39feet dump trailer rollover tarp and bed liner; excellent condition,$18,000. Greg Ledford Glenwood galogging@live.com 478-214-2775 2000 Vemeer 935 chipper, excellent condition, 68 hours, $9,250; 16-feet trailer, two-axle, GI hitch, $600. Eddy Gravitt Cumming 404-863-3463 2002 custom flatbed trailer with ramps, $3,499 OBO; 1987 Bradco backhoe, nine feet, 18-inch bucket, $4,350. Dwight Swanson 894 Poplar Springs Rd. Dallas 30157 swanson_c@bellsouth.net 404569-1993 2004 John Deere 4510 tractor, 215 hours, 39 horsepower; 4x4, loader, mower, tiller, canopy; original owner, $16,900. Wade Bowers Sharpsburg 770-599-8409 2005 John Deere 457 baler, excellent condition, less than 2,000 rolls, bale watch monitor, looks new, $12,000. Mark Woodham Madison 404-379-8037 2005 Takeuchi TL140, 643 hours, cab with heat and air, bought new, great cond. Slate Long Madison 706-752-0206 2006 Branson 3510I with loader, low hours, auger, spreader, box scrape, rotary cutter, five-feet tiller, $13,500 OBO. Gary Nix Hoschton 770-401-4932 2006 John Deere 5103 tractor with 512 front end loader, 180 hours, $15,000 firm. John Rush 152 Joshua Mabry Street Carrollton 30117 404-791-1259 2006 Kubota 900 RTV, 160 hours, 4x4, three-cylinder diesel, 21 horsepower, hydraulic dump, three-speed, bench seat, metal top, $10,500. D. Chandler Carrollton 770-832-2364 2008 Kubota BX2350, 220 hours, 4x4, hyrdo transmission, three-point hitch, 60-inch mower, bumper with 150 pounds counter weights, $7,800. Gary Parker Milledgeville 478-804-1466 2010 Case I-H, 55 horsepower, 200 hours; new 6-feet, Bush Hog, $10,500. Jerry Jenkins Augusta 706-771-0428 2010 MX 5100 Kobota 52 horsepower, 135 hrs. with five-feet rotary cutter, $12,000. Harvey Watkins Statham 770725-0111 2012 Case Farmall 55A; like new with 55 hours shuttle shift remote hydraulics $14,500; 24-feet gooseneck $4,000. Brad Stephens Hogansville 706-5943136

Please note there are two different mailing addresses for the Market Bulletin: a PO Box for subscriptions and a street address for ads and all other communications. 2012 Columbo Twin Master peanut combine; used one season, all current updates installed, runs like new, $100,000. Glenn Davis Dawson 229-317-3235 235 Massey-Ferguson diesel tractor 1976 model, fire damaged, make offer. Charles Byrd Woodstock 770-9263072 24-feet batwing drag harrow; manure buster, $1,750; 13-feet pasture roller, 30-inches diameter roller, smoother, $3,500. Robert Lanier White Plains 404310-0412 2635 Massey-Ferguson tractor, fourwheel drive with loader, 2012 model, 60 hours, $26,500. Joseph Lee Hogansville 706-881-7492 27 cultivator feet belly mower for Farmall cub; rustic lumber, blue board insulation. Cleve Evans Dawsonville 706-265-3479 706-265-9704 2810 Branson tractor, 2004; five-feet wood finishing mower, five-feet wood bushbull, five-feet scrape; 517 hours; $12,000. Billy T. Brown Tunnel Hill 706264-0741 35 MF, 20-disk, box, PHD, two-bottom plow, spreader, boom, middle buster. Tyler Phillips Bogart 706-614-0387 375 bushel Caldwell grain cart, shed kept, $4,500, badger roll mill with earcorn attachment, $6,500, Farmall Super A, $2,750. John Lowery Rome 706-252-0121 4020 John Deere; runs, needs work, good tires, front and rear weights, $4,000; Waldon blade, very good condition; $600. Douglas Gay Lyons 912565-7022 42 horsepower diesel 1966 Ford 3000 tractor with Bush Hog; lift, power takeoff, metals good shape, tires fair condition; $4,000. Kimble Oxford 404-4279207 450-B, John Deere loader, low hours on motor, 85 percent undercarriage; new H.L.R., good track, great loader, $9,200. Danny Ward Waco 770-876-0492 451 New Holland mower with extra blade teeth and parts, great condition; always kept inside $850. James Gunn Rutledge 706-557-1494 5200 Ford tractor, fewer than 300 hours on rebuilt engine, good rubber. Roy Stanaland Jasper 770-337-3162 530 John Deere round baler, good condition, $4,250. Thomas Ward Sylvania 912-863-4924 912-690-4555 65 New Holland baler $1,500, 672 New Holland conditioner $1,500, Vicon Rake $600, 671 Detroit power unit $3,400. Bill Myers Blue Ridge 706-964-5483 68 horsepower air-cooled Deutz diesel tractor, exc. cond., $8,500; will email picture. Richard Balkcum Hephzibah 706-592-9584 706-836-1187 6x12-feet trailer; wood floor single-axle, new tires, excellent condition $800. Charles Blalock Locust Grove 678-4327069 72 Allis Chalmers all-crop combine, field-ready kept under shelter, will demonstrate; $2,500; Woods four-feet Bush Hog, like new, $500. Andy Adams Hartwell 706-436-7031 706-371-2157 72-inches TECMA finish mower M-180, three blades, extra set three blades (new). Robert Powell Cordele robertp73@bellsouth.net 229-273-0307 8300 John Deere grain drill, $2,000; nine-feet chisel plow, $600. Frank Williams Cordele 229-276-1284 85 IMT-539 (like Massey-Ferguson); five-feet cutter, bought new, excellent condition; new clutch, DSL injector pump seals, $4,000; photos, delivery available. Tom Richardson Ellijay 706635-2729 8N Bush Hog; 16-disk bottom plow; scrape, phd, rake, pulverizer, AP plow trailer. Ken Phillips Bogart 706-714- 728 8N Ford tractor with Bush Hog, year 1952; good running and working condition. Linda Hodge Conyers 770-3803351 931 CAT loader, good conditon. Andy Holder Eatonton 706-473-7078 951 Cat loader 85 percent undercarriage, used on farm in good shape; $12,000 OBO. Jeff Woodall Talking Rock 706-299-1859 955 Cat front -end loader in good shape, new bottom, good motor. Pat Cannon Norcross 770-448-8555

Wednesday, SEPTEMBER 18, 2013 9930 John Deere cotton picker, very good condition, field ready, $10,000. Billy Wilkes Lyons 912-245-2907 Allis Chalmers model G with hydraulic lift, good mechanical, several implements, partly restored. $4,200. Hammond Gainesville 678-316-1611 Allis-Chalmers HD6B dozer; engine, drive-train rebuilt 150 hours ago, strong, mint condition. Al Kelley Danielsville 706-246-0715 706-318-1740 ARPS 728 model three-point hitch backhoe attachment,16-inch bucket, came off Ford 3000 tractor, $1,400 OBO. Lester Hadden Warrenton 706-833-7947 Bandit 2012 stump grinder, selfpropelled, Kohler 27 horsepower gas engine, like new, only used six hours, $7,500. Barbara Gibson Fayetteville 770-719-2392 Blueberry harvester, 1972 BEI; fourcylinder gas, for berries, grapes or olives; used 2013 season, $16,500. Robert Williams Warthen 478-232-1628 Bush Hog pull- type; good working condition, needs bearing on wheels, $250 firm; six feet wide, five feet cutting. David Wooten Greenville 706-977-6698 Bush Hog, 9044 peanut combine, fourrow, sheltered, field-ready, $5,000. Bill Hartley Tennille 478-552-0618 Bush Hog, Brown, 471, like new, 850 New Holland round baler, great shape. Tony Devito Mauk 229-314-9034 Bush Hog; 3126, 10-feet, used little, recent repaint, $3,750. Fred Jones West Point 706-883-8326 Case I.H. model; 15 - six feet, threepoint blade, $450. Dennis Myers Madison myerssusie47@yahoo.com 574-370-7391 Case IH 885; good condition, comes with one remote and has roll guard; field-ready; $6,100 negotiable. Brittany Devaney Rentz 478-290-9341 Cat 1991 953 enclosed cab LGP track front end loader, runs good, 75 percent undercarriage. Steve Bradshaw Unadilla 678-283-8981 CAT mulch head for hi-flo skid, $13,000. Dan Columbus 706-681-2007 Complete John Deere 42C lawnmower deck, fits LX200, GT and GX Series, with blades, belts, pulleys, chute. G. Denton Hiawassee 706-896-2901 Covington single-row planter on cultivator, used once; bought brand new; gears, planter plates and directions, $1,100. Edward Holz Bowdon eholz47@ aol.com 770-301-5567 770-301-5567 Cub 154 Lowboy, runs great, new front tires, needs clutch, $500. Bill Earnest Folkston billearnest@myway.com 912276-4142 Cutaway harrow, eight-disc, sealed bearings, made by King Harrow Plow Co., used little in last 25 years, $550. David Combs Jefferson 706-367-4645 CVB International yellow and white, belly mower, cultivator and bottom plow; also 1936 New-Deal tractor, $3,000 for both. Alvin Brown Blakely 229-221-1094 David Bradley manure spreaders, $400; 250-gallon fuel tank with skid and hand pump, hose, $250. Raymond Bramlett Auburn 678-524-9636 Deer plot grain drill John Deere sevenfeet, three-point hitch, $2,000; tractor forks, three-point $400. Kelvin Irvin Eatonton 404-569-9881 Donahue trailer, 30 feet; John Deere International 1150 grinde mixer, Bob Cat grapple. Sam Lowrey Rome 706-2951157 706-234-7729 Eicher tractor, 36 hp, with Koyker quick attached loader, 89 hrs., like new, heavy built, 12 ply tires, canopy, $8995. Jim Lugo Royston 706-245-9490 Eight long brand, 21-feet peanut wagons, $2,500; 14-feet peanut wagons, $1,200. Ted Cowan Fitzgerald 229-4235602 Eight-disc pull-behind harrow, 24-inch disc made by Athens Plow Co., $300. Mac Callihan Cleveland 706-892-8641 ExMark zero turn mower, Lazer two horsepower, commerical 44, 336 hours. Roger Justice Lexington 706-743-7272 F-2 Gleaner, combined with 430 corn head and refurbished grain head; used this year, $8,500. Weston Wadel Millen 478-299-8690 F-2000 tractor, Bush Hog, finish mower, box blade, boom pole, tiller, landscape rake, $7,000. John Lay 3131 Cochran Hwy Eastman GA john_lay@ bellsoouth.net 478-374-5407 Farmall 140 planter and fertilizer distributor, good condition. G W Sumner Lyons 912-578-5281 Farmall Super A, 1956 mdl., two-disk plow, four sec. disks, all purpose fivepoint plow, and G-Whiz; asking $3,600. Lawrence McCall Austell 770-431-8142

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Farmall-100; 14 planter seed plates with sprockets, $75; manual cattle headgate, $65, never used. John Eberhart Hiram 770-943-0775 Fella SM270 hay cutter, $4,000; 2480 hay roller, sheltered, $4,500. James Hollingsworth Abbeville 229-425-8937 Ferguson peanut reshaker; six-row, good condition; always sheltered. George Hancock Fort Valley 478-9518833 Fertilizer spreader and seeder, Baltimatic 80; kept under shed, used only twice, comes with instruction manual, $250. Jerry King Blairsville 706-7462836 Five Ford front tractor weights - all in great condition; will sell all for $450. Richard Jones Metter 912-682-4094 912-682-4094 Five-feet Bush Hog in very good condition; heavy duty, not beat up, works fine, $500. W. H. McCarter Blairsville 706-781-7504 Five-feet Bush Hog, $500 spreader, $600 hole digger, $450; HD bush and bog harrow, $300 in good condition. Mike Tackett Braselton 678-617-0873 Five-feet Priefert litter saver; also, 1/3 horsepower direct drive 24-inches stirring fans. Robert Reepe Demorest 706754-6747 Flywheel engine, Maytag, $325, running, three horsepower; New Idea, $600 running; H hand start John Deere restored tractor, $4,200. Kermit Simmons Jefferson 770-867-7550 For Sale: 140 Farmall with fast hitch and all equipment, asking $5,000. Ransom Steedley Aryle 912-520-8311 For sale: 2000 Ford three-cylinder, gas, P.G. every thing works, four pieces of equipment, $5,000. Johnny Hobbs Crawford 706-743-3801 For Sale: 53 Ford Jubilee, restored; two 250-gallon fuel tanks with pumps. Jr Coker Colbert 706-207-1456 For sale: five 40-pound John Deere suitcase weights for tractor; excellent condition; $45 each, $200 for all. George Reeves Moreland 678-315-4517 Ford 1320 for sale; power steering, wet brakes, fully serviced; no Blowby two-wheel drive; 945 hours diesel. Winn Bristol 912-282-6679 Ford 3000 gas 1975, PS cab heater, new tires, one owner, 1,300 hours, $7,500. Ray Brewer Dalton 706-2771598 Ford 3910, very good condition; new tires, diesel, comes with one remote; $6,500 negotiable. Heather Sutphin Rentz 478-484-2236 Ford 4610SU; very good ocndition, paint, tires; $9,600; Whitfield crank axle, $1,800. Homer Rivers Tarrytown 912537-3731 912-293-4381 Ford 914 Bellymower; excellent condition, $500. R. Rooks Winder 770-8671847 Ford Fordson Dexta tractor; Perkins diesel engine, good condition, shop manual and parts list, $3,500. George Perkins Cartersville 678-855-4854 Ford tractor; 1920 series, 696 hours of usage, includes equipment, excellent cond., $9,500. Susie Adair Thomaston 706-647-7335 706-647-7335 Four-feet box blade, $200; single turning plow, $200; four-feet mower, $300. Larry Carpenter Ellaville 229-928-7598 Four-feet finishing mower, 16-feet flatbed bumper pull trailer. Paul Poe Nicholson 707-757-2191 Four-feet rotary mower, $150; Dearborn 2-16 bottom plow, $150; threepoint hitch angle blade, $350. Danny Manning Cochran 478-934-0100 Front end loader attachment; five-feet bucket with pump, Ford model, T9-105, $550 OBO. Brian Richardson 306 Lake Dr Dawsonville 30534 ddsbrian2@ windstream.net 706-216-1718 Gleaner R-52 combine, six-row with corn and small grain heads; John Deere 4440 tractor with duals. Troy Murray Surrency 912-367-3054 Golden 27 power cane mill, completely rebuilt. Thomas Hancock Moultrie 229529-4971 Gooseneck trailer, 32 feet, three axle, $4,500. Tommy Hawkins Wrens 706830-7042 Grain wagons; 350-bushel, $1,300; 400-bushel with auger, $2,100; excellent condition. Hulett Jacksonville 912253-0162 Hay feeder 62x26 inches; heavy duty, v-top feeder with tray; wheels one end, $100. Jim Holland Blue Ridge lanconn@ tds.net 706-258-2830 Hay Ford lift hydraulic, three-point hitch or for other use. Jerry Cox Fayetteville 770-461-7938

Heavy duty, six-feet Bush Hog, good condition, needs gear box, $300. Retha Adams Winder 706-296-4676 Hi-Capp peanut; combine with extra hydraulic cylinder, two-row, sheltered, field-ready, $ 2,000. James Gaston Americus gaston7460@bellsouth.net 229-924-7460 IH 656 Farmall diesel; 90 percent tires, new; hydraulic pumps, rebuilt Hyd., power take-off, heavy built, offset harrow, eight feet. Ted Krush Meridian 912258-2125 IH 820 flex head, 20 feet, good condition, $3,500. Ben Newton Lyons 912585-1842 912-565-7040 International one-bottom turning plow, 14 inches; excellent condition. Darwin Blansit Trion 706-734-3770 John Deere 2130 tractor; 70 horsepower, great condition, fair rubber, runs and drives well; $6,500. David Burk Pinehurst 229-938-5550 229-938-0055 John Deere 2955 with cab,’1990’, Sync trans, three sets hyd, 4,445 hours, new rear tires, good tractor, $18,000. Randy Smith Lyons randocsmith@gmail.com 912-245-2432 912-526-3011 John Deere 3020 with 148 loader, 196869 motosynchro range; sheltered John Deere 336 square loader; $10,000 OBO. M Holdman Stapleton 706-466-6931 John Deere 40S, John Deere 40T, John Deere Massey-Ferguson 35 diesel. Jesse Rogers Eastman 478-795-0978 John Deere 4300 tractor, 430 front end loader, Vicon V01 tiller, and trailer, all for $15,000 firm. Dennis Williamson Forsyth 478-923-3031 John Deere 4440 cab, air, full set weight, factory duals, $16,500; four-row Liliston rip-n-plant with 295 international planters. Ben Deen Sylvania 912-856-0107 John Deere 450 grain drill 12 feet, John Deere 15-feet cultipacker roller. Steve Southern Cartersville 770-655-0337 John Deere 5220 tractor, with 541 loader, diesel, two wheel drive, 230 hours, 45 to 53 horsepower, one owner, $18,000. Kelly Hobgood Calhoun 770548-7574 John Deere 5400 cab tractor, fourwheel drive, front end loader, power reverser, bucket, spear, 3,200 hours, $24,700. Brett Jones Ringgold 423322-1005 John Deere deer plot drill; works on three-point hitch; five feet wide, $1,800; eight feet wide, $2,100. Royce Hulett Hazlehurst 912-253-0161 912-375-3008 John Deere harrow, 26-disk, runs well; excellent condition; 10-feet hay buster no-till drill. Wilbur Moore Union Point 706-817-8430 John Deere LT160 transmission bad, good 16 horsepower Kohler engine, take all, $400 cash. Eddie Ratliff Zebulon 770-468-6677 John Deere M, popping john, runs good, everything works, $2,000. Stan Albert Waycross 912-285-0220 John Deere Model A, 1941; new tires and tubes, starts easy; new paint styled, electric start, $3,200. Ken Whitehead Conyers 770-922-3797 John Deere MT; fully restored, $4,200. Linda New Cave Spring 404-771-2857 John Deere power unit, runs well, started some restoration. Dwayne Taylor Alma hesavedme2010@yahoo.com 904-305-1607 John Deere X 300 lawn tractor, duel bagger, like new; asking $3,300. Samuel Malcolm Loganville 770-466-3532 John Deere; square hay baler, $2,500. Raymond Baxter Buena Vista jerrybaxter1340@yahoo.com 220-314-0371 Kabota 4 WD, 32 horsepower, 440 hours, one owner, like new, $7,900; Ford 9660 tractor, 5,500 hours, excellent condition, $5,900. Nancy Brinson Sylvania 912-863-7248 Kioto tractor; 45 horsepower, 07, shuttle transmission, 4x4, air condition cab; mule drawn dirt scoop. Robert Fordham Statesboro 912-682-5817 912-865-5273 Kubota SC - 50, stump grinder, like new, firm, price $4,500; purchased 2009. Louise Nettles Homerville 912381-7195 Kubota tractor, L2900; 32 horsepower, four-wheel drive, R4-tires, front end loader; grapple bucket, backhoe attachment; 1,200 hours; excellent condition, $15,500. W.H. Cochran Cherry Log 706-632-5744 Kuhn SR108 hay rake; 2012 model like new with kicker wheel, only used four times, $5,000 OBO. Hitt Waleska 678848-2495 LS 4041 tractor with loader; fewer than 35 hours; six feet Dirt Dog leveler, five feet Bush Hog, $16,500 OBO. Kenneth Rowland Fort Valley krowland911@aol. com 478-919-8217

LS, 180 New Holland skid steer loader, clean machine, new tires; 2003, hours/1400, price $14,500. Walter Terrell Decatur 404-395-5476 Massey Ferguson 35, gasoline model, above average for its age, good metal; $,2800. Printice Harris Locust Grove pwharr1143@aol.com 678-986-5187 Massey Ferguson 35; diesel with disc harrow, $2,000 OBO. Don Clark Blue Ridge 678-237-7972 Massey Ferguson, 1962 TO 35, good condition, $2650. D.B. Hart Smyrna 770-432-4898 404-660-3107 Massey Ferguson; 245 diesel tractor, rebuilt engine, good tires, good paint, power steering, $7,500; rollover $500; Bush Hog, $750. Tom Singleton Loganville 404-925-2899 Medium size shavings mill for sale, call for info. Jasper Cummings Newborn 404-925-0869 New Holland 145 spreader, like new, always sheltered; power take-off driven. Robert Calhoun Tunnel Hill 706-934-3002 New Holland 477 haybine, good condition, used this spring, $1,500. Chet Barrett Mt Airy 706-499-8008 New Holland 57 bar rake; power takeoff, driven in good condition, field-ready, $1,350. Chad Thomas Taylorsville 770547-2594 New Holland 850 roundbaler, new floor chains, good condition, used this year; $2,000. Rickey Anderson Glennville 912-213-0917 New Holland Tractor,TN70, 990 hours; one owner; excellent condition; $12,850. Windell Gillis Eastman 478-374-4868 478-231-8236 New Holland TS110/BH loader; 5300 hour New Holland left and right hand double rake with dolly. Al Cooper Waynesboro 706-360-2014 New Holland, 105 bale stack wagon, $3,500; new Holland 452 disc mower, $1,500; both field-ready. B.G. Porter Martin 706-384-3926 770-654-6914 No-till seeder, three-point hitch, box and scrape blade, five-feet B Allis Chalmers two cub cutting harrows. Clyde Parker Chatsworth 709-847-5817 Oliver sickle mower $500. Murphy Powder Springs 770-428-4900 One Lilliston Bush Hog, four-row peanut combine, model 9044, good shape. Eric Clark Lyons 912-565-7977 One single-blade Dixie Boy plow, very good condition, $100. Tommy Tripp Cumming 770-475-3586 Pallet forks, pallet fork and hay spear combination, and hay spears, all universal, quick connect. Pete Harris Elberton 706-283-6615 Parting out; 7720, new chaffer screens, never used, new feeder house and chains, many more new parts. Ronnie Lancaster Milan 229-362-4619

Pecan cracker model, LC; refurbished by Thompson Industries, August 2012; looks and runs like new, $3,500. Jerry Knight Monticello 706-476-4225 Pecan dump cart, very good working condition, pull-behind harvester, dumps 10 feet; asking $6,000 OBO. Thomas Clements Rutledge thomasclements@ msn.com 706-557-9667 770-335-6315 Phase converter, Ronk rotary transformer, converts single phase power to three phase; can handle up to 20 horsepower motor and a total of 40 horsepower, $1,350. Wayne Quarles Demorest 706-499-2718 Plastic pickle barrels, clean, $20 each; old hit and miss and governor style engines. Harold Arnett Tifton 229-3927233 Plotmaster planter; three-point hitch and pull-type hitch; barn kept in mint condition, $3,000. Steven Peskoe Davisboro 478-232-1479 Pull-type Bush Hog five-feet, $400; Taylor-way 415 disk/harrow, $1,400; Fred-Cain three-point hitch, fiveshank plow, $500. Leonard Hampton Watkinsville 706-769-4669 Rhino RGM pasture renovator, excellent condition, $1,500; Bradco 617 trencher, skid steer attachment, $2,200. Mark Woodham Madison 706-7520077 Rhino TW84 three-point, seven feet; cut heavy duty; good paint; sheltered, also manual dual wheels; $3,000. Kenneth Corbin Chickamauga 423-2606602 706-539-1208 Rotary mower, seven-feet; H.D., Cat. II, $1,150. Frank Bates Yatesville 706-4723437 706-975-1228 Rotary Rock picker, Anderson series E, 5.5-feet swath width, hydraulic dump, weight 1,700 pounds, $5,250. Ben Overstreet Dawsonville 706-265-3170 Rototiller Bush Hog; RTS 62 inches; used two hours; cost $1,600; will sell for $950, you pick up. Clark Stevens Jonesboro 678-414-3746 Round hay bale unroller; new threepoint hitch, hydraulic operated arms. Wendall Holland Conyers 404-4443090 Savage Shaker, 4200, excellent condition; trunk shaker, $4,500; Weiss McNair blower, $800. Ted Thames Elko 478954-4256 Schulte Jumbo 320, an SRW 800 rock, an root picker upper, both, $17,500. Dave Davis Commerce 770-616-6038 Semi-grain trailer, tandem axle, auger unload, 750 bushels, works well with single axle tractor, $4,000, no Sunday calls. Timothy Peifer Metter 912-6856853 Shopsmith Mark 5 multipurpose woodworking machine with accessories, $1,500. Barbara Subbs Collins 912-557-4001 912-245-6593

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Livestock Sales and Events Clip and Save Calendar Every 1st & 3rd Tues. Poultry, Goat & Feeder-Breeder Pig Sale, poultry, 6 pm, hogs & goats, 7 pm, RockRidge Livestock Auction, just off S.R. 128, s. of Reynolds. Info: 478-847-3664 or 706-6473559. Every 2nd & 4th Thurs. Chickens & other fowl, goats & sheep; check in at 1 pm; sale at 6:30 pm. Horse Creek Auction, btwn. Dublin & McRae off 441 Hwy. Info.: 478-595-5418. Every Thursday Auction 41 Goat Sale, miscellaneous equip., 6 pm, goat sale, 7 pm, poultry/small animals following goat sale, 4275 Ga. Hwy. 41 n., Buena Vista. Info: Jim Rush, 706-326-3549 or 229-649-9940 or auction41@windstream.net. Every Thursday Chickens, Rabbits & Related Misc. Small Animal Sale, NE Georgia Sale, 6 pm, GAL #3478, Eastanollee Livestock Market, Hwy. 17 between Toccoa & Lavonia. Info: 706-779-5944 or 706-599-7606. Every Fri. night Goat, Poultry & Small Animal Sale, 7 pm, Buggy Town Auction, 1315 Hwy. 341 s., Barnesville. GAL #3177 Info: 770-358-0872/1786. 1st & 3rd Fri. night Horse Sale, 7:30 pm, Circle Double S, 102 Lumber City Hwy., Hazlehurst. Info: Steve Underwood, 912-594-6200 (night) or 912-375-5543 (day). Every Sat. 10 am, farm-related mdse. Auction; 1 pm, goats, fowl & small animal auction; GAL#AU003224; Red Barn Livestock Auction, Sylvester. Info.: 229776-9009. Every Sat. Small Animals, Chickens, Rabbits, Sheep, Goats & Horse Sale, 4 pm, Coker Sale Barn, Duncan Bridge Rd., White Co., at old Chattahoochee Livestock Barn. Info: Wayne Coker, 706540-8418. Every Sat. night Goat, Poultry & Small Animal Auction, 7 pm, Bradley-Wayside Auction, 1035 Monticello Hwy., Gray. GAL 306. Info: Nancy Wilson, 478-986-4413. Every 1st & 3rd Sat. Small Animal Sale, goats, sheep & poultry, 1 pm, misc. merchandise, 6 pm, Deer Run Auction, Hwy. 76, Adel-Nashville Hwy., Adel. GAL 001800 Info: 229-560-2898 or 229896-4553. Every 1st & 3rd Sat. Livestock Sale, sale starts at 10 am, tack/horses, cows at 12 noon, goats at 1 pm, poultry sale to follow, Metter Livestock Market, Lyons, Ga. Info: Lewie Fortner, 478-553-6066. GAL 3415.

Sub-compact tractor, New Holland TZ24DA, 24 horsepower diesel, 10L loader, 60-inch belly mower, hydrostatic, 660 hours, $7,500. Michael Pullen Lakeland mcp1410@hotmail.com 229-503-9964 Swisher ATV mower, 60-inch, stored inside, $950, as new. William Amerson Monroe 770-267-7435 Taylor-Way; 10.5 feet, 28 disc harrow, plowed fewer than 300 acres, $6000; Massey Ferguson mold bold plow, three bottom, $450. Phillip Merk Commerce 706-476-4747 Three tractors; Allis Chalmers B model, two International cub low boys; call for info and price or trade for Z-turn. Ed Duckworth Marietta 770-427-7733 Three-point International disc harrow, 20 serrated disc, $650; McCormick Deering sickle mower, needs work, $300. Ronnie Thomas Watkinsville 706207-7366 Tractor tire; 13-9x24, 90 percent, $300; six-feet Bush Hog, $800; Ford threepoint nine-inches auger, $400; six-feet rollover box blade, $500. Jeff Estep Newnan 678-378-0686 Tractor, backhoe tires; two brand-new Goodyear 12 ply tires,18.4 to 28, $1,250 OBO for the pair. Richard Ingram Griffin 770-337-0970 Trailer 16 feet; tanden axle $1,295. James Steed Winder 770-725-7539 Trailer, 16 feet, 7,000 pounds; flatbed, $1,500; finishing mower; Rhino, six feet, three-point hitch, new belt, bearings, races, $600. Bernard Donaldson Thomasville 229-327-6633 TruFlo fertilizer spreader, 500-pound capacity, three-point hitch; used one time, $250. Ken Nestlehutt Senoia 404379-9355 Two Covington planters for sale, used one season; no frame or fertilizer hoppers, extra plates, $700. Gerald Driggers Ochlocknee driggers3@windstream.net 386-209-0209 Two each; 13.6x16 turf tires, $200. Huron Nichols Lake Park marilyn.nichols10@yahoo.com 229-559-5758 Two five-gallon and one three-gallon White Mountain churns, one 1960 John Deere garden tractor, three trailers; my cost $13,000, yours $10,000. Dixie Arnett Tifton 229-392-3921

Every 1st & 3rd Sat. S & D Goat Sales, Baxley Fairgrounds, begin 12:30 pm; goats, pigs, poultry. Info.: Steve Smith, 912-367-9268, 912-266-7170. Every 2nd Sat. Winstead Horse Sales, 5 pm, Eastanollee Livestock Auction, Eastanollee. Info: Shannon Winstead, 864-710-4030 or 864-944-6200. Every 2nd & 4th Sat. R&R Goat & Livestock Auction, merchandise, 10 am, goats, 12 noon, chickens & caged animals to follow, 526 Ga. Hwy. 56 N., Swainsboro. Ron Claxton, auctioneer, GA Lic. #3485. Info: 478-237-8825 (weekdays), 478-455-3714 (sale day) or 478-469-3533 or 478-455-4765 (nights). Every 2nd & 4th Sat. Pony Express Stockyard Horse & Tack Auction, 5 pm, GA Lic. AUNR002843, 1852 Highway 11 S., Covington, GA 30014. Info: Scott Bridges, 704-434-6389 or 704-4738715. Every 2nd & 4th Sat. Livestock Auction, Waddell Auction Barn, Climax, Ga., 1 pm, selling goats, sheep, poultry and small animals; selling miscellaneous at 10 am; #AU003249. Info.: 229-2464955/416-7217. Every 2nd & 4th Sat. Goat & Chicken Auction, Mid-Georgia Goat & Chicken Auction, 12 noon, Cochran. Info: Frankie Howell, 478-271-0550. Every 2nd & 4th Sat. Livestock auction at Pearson Livestock; sale, 1 pm; goats, sheep, poultry & small animals; 1168 Hwy. 441 N., Pearson, Ga. Info.: 229798-0271, 912-422-3211. Every 3rd Sat. Goat & Sheep Sale, 12 noon, Agri Auction Sales, held at Eastanollee Livestock Market, Hwy. 17 btwn. Toccoa & Lavonia. Info: Ricky Chatham, 706-491-2812 or Jason Wilson, 706-491-8840. Livestock auctions listed in the Market Bulletin sometimes offer related items for sale, such as tack and other livestock equipment. Notices for auctions selling any items other than livestock must be accompanied by the auction license number of the principal auctioneer or auction firm conducting the auction, per regulations of the Georgia Secretary of State. Notices without this information cannot be published. Have an event to put on our calendar? Contact Dallas Duncan at 404-6563722 or dallas.duncan@agr.georgia.gov

Two-row International planter 295; reconditioned and repainted. $1,500. Jason Harrison Milledgeville 475-4529064 Two-row Pearman peanut digger shaker, good condition. Bobby Clay DeSoto 229-874-4485 229-894-6950 Used equipment; two rear tires and rim for 8 N Ford tractor; tires have dry rot, but hold air, $150 each. Larry Lee Fayetteville 770-461-4050 Used Steffen hay handler; model number 6515; handles, 18 bales at a time, new condition. Tracy Smith Norcross tracy@efsinc.net 770-409-1515 Vans boomless sprayer, 200-gallon, three-point hitch with hand applicator, never used, sheltered, $2,300. Ligon OKelley Winterville 706-540-1970 Vermeer rack for sale; 4 years old, asking $1,800 OBO. Justin Evans Rocky Face 423-364-8335 Vermeer TD 200, tedder very good condition; working; width 16 feet, 18 inches; $3,000 OBO. Donald Chandler Hull 706-548-7500 Vermeer track walk behind trencher RTx100, brought brand new, used very little, stored inside, low hours. Joe Lexington 706-743-3994 White 7300 corn combine, two-row Paulk peanut inverter. Ricky Whittle Rochelle 229-322-5532 Yanmar YM 2000 24; H.P diesel tractor, good condition, no ailments, tractor only $2,800. Irving Knox Appling 706833-9041 706-541-0045

Farm Machinery Wanted 10-feet power take-off rotary mower, 90 HPT gear boxes, good condition, within 100 miles. James McAllister Upatoi 706-563-0634 50 to 55 horsepower tractor, four wheel drive with loader needed; must be reasonably priced, great shape, no projects. Terry Williams Gainesville 678617-9140 Carburator for 84 model, Troy Built horse model-k161t, seven horsepower Kohler engine. Marion Cater Winder 770-867-4060 770-868-6180 Deutz KS1.50 hay rake for parts, or consider a good working condition rake. Johnny Michael Bishop 706-769-1575

Five- or six-feet finishing mower wanted with three-point hitch only. Barry Oxford philipbdoggett@gmail.com 770787-0309 Four-row spider ripper, in good condition. Freeman Plains 229-942-0939 Headgate, auto-catch; minimum 66 inches clearance, but only good condition. Clark Driscoll Kennesaw driscollc@ aol.com 770-330-5889 571-256-1008 I need a front end loader that fits a David Brown 1200. Jimmy Nail Covington 678-858-0191 Kuhn, FC 352MN mower conditioner wanted, in good conditon. Donald Bozeman Gumner 229-873-5525 Looking for EZ Haul hay hauler, five roll, bumper pull; good condition. Susan Lee 1174 Teeterville Road Lakeland 31635 229-482-2242 Looking for Tye, no-till grain drill for parts. Eli Garrett Statham 706-207-2359 Looking to buy engine for David Bradley, small walk-behind one-row tractor. Aron Dyson Atlanta 404-241-0624 Maxim; five horsepower front tine tiller, $150; Troy-Bilt, eight horsepower rear tine tiller, $1,300. Jimmy McLane Hartwell 706-376-4092 Need a John Deere 1326 or 1327 mower conditioner for parts; call after 7 p.m. Charles Arrington LaGrange 706882-0953 706-523-0444 Small, reasonably priced tractor for Bush Hogging and plowing, close to Alto, Homer area. Rick McCallister Homer 706-809-1763 706-677-5032 Taylor Way; six-feet 270 series, rotary cutter, blades 32 inches. Terry Slaughter Hartwell 706-376-0048 Tractor tires; two 13x9x24 lug traction; 50 percent or better tread. Bob Deal Clayton 706-782-7662 Two-disk tiller, plow for three-point hitch; must be operational, useable. William Foster Lyons bfoster228@att.net 912-565-9234 Want 16.9 to 30 tractor tires, fair to good condition. Gene Berna Griffin 678-358-5466 Want a Covington corn planter. Major Dowell Lilburn majordowell77@hotmail/ com 770-834-0488 Want to buy John Deere 443 or 643 corn header. Presley Pendergrass 706654-0567 Wanted: A five-feet pull-behind Bush Hog. David Stowe Eastanollee 706491-9059 Wanted: All under-wasted tracotrs, equipment and mowers. Terry Mikle Snellville 770-979-8981 Wanted: cycle mower hydraulic or not, three-point hitch for 1978 Ford tractor. John Johnson Odum johnb615@windstream.net 912-294-4603 Wanted: eight-feet clip-on root rake for a Cat; D4B; good cond. and reasonably priced. Allen Wilkinson Milledgeville 478-955-0320 478-932-5248 Wanted: Engine, for a Farmall Super A tractor or used block for same. James Jordan Carrollton 770-834-2898 Wanted: five-feet Bush Hog in good condition. Neville Brewer Villa Rica 770832-8407 Wanted: Four-row or six-row strip till Anderson Perry 478-952-2875 Wanted: grain drill and feed mill. Randy Groover Statesboro 912-690-2281 Wanted: Grist mill, prefer metal frame. Dennis Burroughs Hull rotax77 @bellsouth.net 706-548-4949 706-6136248 Wanted: John Deere 450 track loader for parts; must have good tracks. Leon Pruitt Tignall 706-285-2188 Wanted: Loader for long tractor, 360; 460 or 510. Jack Thurman Ellijay 706517-6591 Wanted: Savage three-point hitch pecan shaker for small trees, needs to be good shape. Thomas Tucker Monticello 706-468-2503 706-819-3576 Wanted: Six-feet Frail mower, in good condition to cut grass. James Thompson Fort Valley 478-822-9031 Wanted: two steel front wheels for 1942, 2-N Ford tractor, or an abandoned tractor, with the same. James Elliott Lavonia 706-356-4839

Farm Supplies If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. 1 new generator, 50’ model, 6 volt, Farmall Bilton generator, G.V. new, $75. Homer Brookshire Canton 770-4792726 1,000-feet lumber and turning blocks: poplar, oak, ash, cedar, pine, hickory, maple and basswood. David Gray Bowdon 770-655-4674

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1.5 rolls of barbed wire, 12-1 half gauge, 1.320 feet; $82.99 roll new; sell for $50. James Meadows Powder Springs 770-943-6947 10 feet by five inches treated fence, pot 500, good condition. Ronald Griffin Hoboken 912-281-8805 1000+ bd-ft.; cherry and walnut, 4/4 and 12/4 band-sawed; dried inside; mantle pieces, walnut stump, walnut mega-slab. Rick Lance Blairsville 706835-8655 144 poultry house coolcel fogger pads; 2x24x60-inches, $15 each. Tony Samples 7612 Nicholson Rd Cumming 30028 tonandpen@comcast.net 770887-3886 15-gallon sprayer, like new, $50; approximately 100 feet chain link fence with top bars, post, gate, $100. Dale Jones Flowery Branch 770-967-6948 160 used cool pads, 6x12x48 inches, good condition, $4 each. Eddie Mitchell Cleveland 706-200-6894 706-865-4702 20 H.P. Briggs + Stratton engine complete with starter; set up for John Deere, $600 cash. Wayne Head Jersey 770639-7791 20-gallon metal drums, $20 each; 20-gallon plastic drums, $20 each; 275-gallon tote tank, food grade, $125. Windle Sneed McDonough 770-483-7007 200-gallon propane tank with regulator; good condition, reasonable price; in Blue Ridge area. James Woody Morganton 706-838-5439 250-gallon horizontal LP tank; delivery available. Dean Stringer Athens 706548-3315 26-gallon polymer spray tank with Sure-Flo pump, spray wand, tie down straps, $150. L. Nelson Ellaville 229937-2376 300-gallon plastic tank with metal cage, five-inches twist cap on top, valve on bottom, $50. C. Stovall Dahlonega 678-491-0838 4x4x8 continuous catch, metal hog trap $750. Benny Brookshire Suches 706-747-3693 4x6-feet double-sided polled Hereford sign with cedar roof and posts. $500. Sabra Stiehl Newnan sabrastiehl@ gmail.com 678-490-3669 5 ft.x600 ft., new curtain, black/white, double hemmed, $400. Anthony Orr Carnesville 706-384-3949 5,000-gallon fuel tanks; three to choose from, no leaks. T. Jones Lumpkin 229321-9739 500 gallon propane tank, $425. John Berry McDonough 770-957-7011 500-gallon propane gas tank, $475. James Berry Conyers 770-687-1415 625 milk tank with compressor; good working condition, have one half low line, 10 horsepower vacuum pump. Chaney Waldon Lyerly 706-844-4114 Air/kiln dried Woodmizer sawn lumber, large selection wood species, paneling, wide-plank flooring, fencing, barn wood. John Sell Milner sellj@bellsouth. net 770-480-2326 Antique cheese cutter counter top model, cast iron, very old, in great condition, $500. Walter Kines Covington 678-658-6367 Approximately 150 feet, 200 feet halfinch wire rope, like new, $75; call after 5 p.m. Edward Wills Kennesaw 770-4283076 Band-sawn lumber for sale: pine and hardwood; will saw your trees; pine 55 cents, hardwood 65 cents per board foot. Mark Lane Summerville 706-8443721 Barrels, plastic heavy duty, 55-gallon, 20-inch screw top, air tight, food grade, $35 while they last. Bill Sewell Brunswick 912-265-7633 Beautiful purplish-grey slate mantel, bench, one inch thick, hand-beveled, five feet long, 12 feet wide. Sam Saliba Jr. Marietta 770-514-1431 Black plastic potting containers for sale; half, one, two and three gallon sizes, call for pricing. Brenda Ewing Madison 770-979-1057 Blacksmith shop etc.; cooking grade cast iron No. 20 and 15 wash pots A Hendricks Austell 770-948-9842 Blue and white 55-gallon plastic drums, closed tops, two twist-off caps, food grade, other types sometimes available. Eugene Needham Loganville 770-466-4284 Blue Martin equipment, complete and ready to install on metal pole with 20 white gourds, two for $150. W.E. Rooks Albany 229-883-6541 Clean 55-gallon metal drums with lids. David Crane Dahlonega 706-265-2559 Clean 55-gallon metal drums with lids; 1,000-gallon fiberglass tank. Leonard Crane Dawsonville 678-947-6744 404210-1516

Cutting torch welding tips, hoses, rolling dolly; four tanks, complete set. Ezzard Frachisuer 63O Grove Level Rd Commerce 706-336-5880 Dempster windmill, 37 feet, with sixfeet blade, motor rebuilt. Jimmy Hardin Knoxville 478-361-3907 Ditch Witch trencher, R-40 - ride on, fewer than 15 hours; new rebuilt fourcylinder Wisconsin engine, new tires, $4,500. Roy Pruitt Douglasville 770949-5453 770-595-7891 Dry sawmill lumber; oak, pine, alll thiknesses and sizes; used pressure-treated pine. James Ray Jasper 770-893-7030 Eight round 10-feet barn door tracks with hardware; excellent condition, $350 or sell separately. Charles Griffis Covington 770-768-1093 Fisher wood heater (Baby Bear), $400; excellent condition. H.T. Lyon Chamblee 770-891-3939 Five horsepower rear tine filler, works well; $200. Bobby Turman Ellenwood 770-474-5251 Flooring oak and pine; T&G various widths, call for prices, also bead board and wood shavings. William Briggs Union City 404-349-2315 For Sale: two used 14-9x28 tires, $125 each; two used 7.50x16 three-rib tires, $25 each. Frank Bruce Boston 229498-2665 Four stainless steel gasoline tanks, fourgallon capacity, with straps $10 each. Carl Dobson Atlanta 404-247-7343 Four-inch Corex drain pipe, $30, 100feet new PUC pipe 20-feet lengths, bell end two inches - 35 feet; 1.5 30 feet, other. John Gilbert Woodbury 706-5750593 Grain bins: one 5,000-bushel bin with auger and fan; one 2,600 grain bins with fans and auger. Kay R Taylor 711 Bayberry Rd. Alma 31510 912-632-4374 Greenhouse for rent; 40x90-feet thermostatically controlled temperature. Winship Rees Suwanee 770-831-1736 Headgate cattle $25; 2000 F350 short bedliner $25; 1992 F150 longbed bed cover $25; Spalding County. Costoon Powell Griffin 770-826-7049 Heart pine T&G flooring. 2.5 inches and 3.5 inches width; 2,200 square feet. Chris Logan Blakely 229-308-9598 Hen nests for sale; 12 all-metal nests per box, $40. Lamar Bryant Cleveland 706-878-8509 Homelite AP-125 gasoline transfer pump, 31 gallons per minute, $75; 520 feet, one-inch Schedule 80 threaded PVC pipe, $5 per 20-feet section. David Sloanaker Columbus 706-569-6105 I have seven or eight large chemical or water plastic tanks; 1,000-gallon to 3,800-gallon tanks, $300 to $600. Steven Addison Newnan 678-492-4137 John Deere generator and automatic transfer switch, 185 hours; 400 A, 100 kilowatt; excellent condition, $10,000. Vincent Ta Buena Vista 229-314-0530 Kohler fast-response generator, 50 kilowatt model, 50RZ62 with automatic transfer switch, natural gas, like new, 960 hours, $8,500. Tom Wilkie Jasper 770-893-8305 Large hand operated meat grinder, $35, metal bath tub, $25. Harold Lee Canton 404-786-6059 Lumber (band sawmill); low as 35 cents per board foot; hardwood and pine, custom cuts available. Mitchell Smith Griffin 404-867-5106 404-925-7212 Lumber; band sawn, 1x12 pine; oak trailer flooring, pecan, walnut, cherry, cedar; custom cut, starting at 47 cents per board foot. D. Schneider Cartersville 678-361-6206 Meat cleaver, broad axe, wash pot, lard press, cane stripper, No. 2 farm bell. Russell Jewell 2160 W. Jackson St. Waycross 31503 912-283-8871 Need hens metal nest, 12 holes. Steve Cox Ringgold 423-240-6453 New trailer mover, heavy duty, fits all size tractors; three-point hitch, $150. V Felkel Millen 912-682-5813 Old hand hewn log house, excellent condition; delivery and set-up available anywhere. Kerry Hix Chatsworth 706695-6431 Onan generator, 70 kilowatt, propane gas, on trailer, good condition, $6,000; Cub Cadet, #154 with belly mower, $1,200; used farm equipment. Jess Arnett Tifton 229-382-6517 One blacksmith forge Lancaster geared blower No. 40, $225; threefourths roll barbed wire, new, $15. Jack Tinsley Cleveland 706-865-4421 706338-8719 Portable chicken coop; two nesting boxes, outside egg removal, roosts, removable tray, screened area with door and latches. Donna McWilliams Morganton 706-374-4487

Wednesday, SEPTEMBER 18, 2013 Poultry house 300 feet, drinkers, feeders, brooders, curtains, all automatic, two feed bins, large generator, excellent condition. Danny Bagley Cumming 404427-5274 Powerline poles, over 100 on hand; different S13ES cut to your needs; 75 cents to $1 per foot; fence posts available. Winfred Crane Winder 706-6548686 Propane gas, heater insert in beautiful 22x64x56 oak cabinet with hearth, ventless type, gas logs, has blower, $300. Eddie Kilby Dahlonega 404-368-0457 Propane tank, 1,000 gallons with gauge, steel, $200. Audrey Aiken Dahlonega 706-974-7831 Roofing metal, used, various lengths, 75 cents per foot. M. Johnson Stockbridge 770-474-8965 Rough cut pine lumber, different sizes, length, 30 cents per board foot; west Cobb County. Tommy Kemp Marietta 404-680-7219 Rubbermaid 100-gallong water trough, $40; also, five-feet feed bunk, plastic liner with steel frame, $60. Winfield Flanagan Midland 706-563-3314 Six front weights for 86 series International, $400; John Deere lift assist wheel, $250. Roy Barrett Marshallville 478-957-0289 Snapper welder MM250SL, check their website, asking $3,000, serious inquiries only. Mike McCollough Barnesville lynn_mccollough@bellsoutyh.net 770358-1581 Tack trunks, jumps, poles, custom to your needs, painted to match, farm name and logo. Chase Grizzle Dahlonega 706974-0595 Three-point Cat I Fimco, 25-gallon sprayer, with boom and handgun, good condition; $275. Miles Hess Fitzgerald 706-983-0387 Triner scale, weighs up to 100 pounds, good condition, accurate, works well, approximately 1975 vintage, $200 negotiable. Hazel Sellers Albany 229-3445198 Troy-Bilt chipper shredder for sale; runs off tiller with power take-off; $300. L. C. Lane Newnan 770-253-7366 Turf tires; 13.6x28, 9.5x24, 14-feet stock trailer, pony cart with harness, half full team harness. Edward Maddox Canton 770-656-0820 770-479-6717 Two 10-gallon cast iron washpots, $250 each; two cast iron black farm dinner bells, $275 each. Nathaniel Hester Madison 706-342-2572 Two 10-ton feed bins, egg coolers, Spinks scales, Rooster feeders, Bell drinkers, feeders. Lyndal Seabolt Dahlonega 706-864-3182 706-864-3182 Two 40x450-feet breeder hen houses, Shenandoah nests, Cumberland chain feeders, lubing drinkers, 50 kilowatt Katolight generator with auto transfer. Bill Thomason Dalton 706-847-1136 Two 4x36-inch hydraulic cylinders with 1.75-inch pin holes, both $400, for Leder Caterpillar. J.W. Stephens Stockbridge 404-271-5443 770-474-2184 Two Choretime pnt controllers, $500 for both. James Hill Royston 706-4974787 Two-piece flatbed tarp with eight-feet drop, good condition; $400; two load lock bars, $35. Pat Barrett Marshallville 478-957-1181 Used tractor tires (two), 14.9x28, one no breaks, one needs boot, $150 for both. James Wells Monticello 706-4681360 Vintage heart pine lumber for sale; planks, small beams, 12-feet to 20-feetplus length; variety of widths. Terry Hopkins Monticello 706-816-0361 Wanted: Squeeze chute or head gate, and a twister mineral feeder; wind and rain mineral feeder. David Magnus Brunswick 912-242-2786 Water tank, $60, hay ring $125, 15 poles 23 feet; 12 poles 20 feet; $500. Darryl Nealis 593 Amah Lee Rd Hampton 30228 770-630-1469 Well pump and 82-gallon water tank; very little use, $500. James Blakey Rincon 912-964-1793 Wild hog traps, spring-loaded door, continuous catch, removeable top, large and small hogs, 4x4x8 feet. J.D. Conger 1376 Old Norman Park Rd Norman Park 31771 229-769-5472 Wood burning stove for sale. Eston Griffin Clarkesville 229-402-4257 Woodmizer lumber, 1x12 pine; poplar oak trailer flooring any thickness. Larry Moore Newnan 678-278-5709 Ziggity drinkers, Choretime feeders and other miscellaneous poultry house equipment. used building materials, cement blocks, boards, lumber. Joshua Martin Clarkesville 770-531-7432

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Livestock All livestock (i.e., those animals such as, but not limited to, cattle, equine, goats, sheep, swine, and poultry) must have been in possession of the advertiser for a minimum of 90 days before they can be advertised.

Cattle If you have any questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. 2-year-old Brangus bred heifers; gentle, due late fall. Sean Parker Barnesville twincreeksfarm@ymail.com 678-5887970 2-year-old polled Hereford and F1 Braford bulls with performance data. Jonny Harris Odum 912-586-6585 2-yr.-old Jersey heifer, approx 1,000, $1200. Johnny Keasler Woodbury 706538-6315 29 Brangus type; second-calf heifers, bred to registered polled Hereford bulls; to start calving December 2013. Woody Folsom Baxley 912-253-8166 3-year-old Jersey; eight months bred to Jersey bull, $1,250; 10 Black Angus heilfers, bred to IBW Angus bull; top bloodlines. Don Hudgins Marietta 404886-6849 35 Baldie heifers, 90 days bred, over 900 pounds, will start calving in March. Mickey Carnes Waverly 912-269-2050 5-year-old registered fullblood Simmental bull; $2,500. Travis Palmer Nicholson 706-757-2357 Angus bulls for sale, ready for service now. Merrill Carter Madison 706-3422840 706-343-7001 Angus cows, group of AI bred, prebred cows, due October to December 2013. Henry Terhune Fort Valley 478825-1911 Angus replacement heifers, 15 commercial and four registered, all black: commercial $1,250, registered $1,400, average 11 months old. Alan Cravey Omega 229-528-6227 Baldie makers, polled Hereford bulls; registered service age, heifer freindly, great EPDs and bloodlines, ready to make those Black Baldie calves. Brad Mullins Martin 706-491-7556 Beefmasters bulls; BBU registered; red polled, 14 to 16 months old. Bill Hutson Blairsville 404-550-8766 Black Angus bull, 2 years old, registered and sired by Bismark, also heifers. Earl Williams Hawkinsville 478-8927981 Brangus bull; 9 months old, $1,000. Anthony Whitworth Martin 770-5979804 Bulls: Red Brahmans, Simmental and Simbrah; weaning and breeding age; few cows and heifers. Cliff Adams Bowdon 770-258-2069 Bulls: three Brangus, 3 years; four Simmental, 4 years; three Charolais, 5 years; two SimAngus, five years; semen-tested. Steve Healy Statesboro 912-6822973 912-682-2362 Calving ease, milking ability, gentleness, registered polled Shorthorn bulls, show heifers, steers, excellent quality, Club Calf member. Ken Bridges Commerce 706-768-3480 Fancy Jersey heifer, bred to Danish Jersey sire; 236 JE, 146, ISDK DJ ZUMA, due to calve Nov. 16. Wendy Scott Fort Valley 478-954-6568 Five Limousin cow-calf pairs; cows are re-bred with full-blood Angus bull. David Allen Atlanta 404-814-3836 Five registered Angus heifers, AI-sired, start calving October; registered Angus; 20 registered Brangus heifers. Daniel McGarity Royston 706-498-7695 For Sale: two Jersey bulls, approximately 500 pounds each; $550 each or both for $1,000. Steve Griffin Tifton 229-392-6067 229-382-0432 Four big Holstein heifers, bred to Jersey, due two to six weeks, $1,400 each. William Schofield Gainesville 770-9832123 Four natural-fed beef calves; no hormones, milk and grass only, 550 pounds, $2.50 per pound. Brad Shumke Bremen 770-313-9466 Four red polled registered Beefmaster bulls; right at 1 year old; their sire and dams ranked high. Sonny Bettis Blairsville 404-642-4275 Four Santa Gertrudis, six Santa Gertrudis-Angus crosses; two Anguscross cows, exposed Black Angus bull start calving October. Charles Johnson Millen 478-299-1216 Gelbvieh bulls, all registered purebred, bred for easy calving and fast growth. John Kiss Gainesville 770-531-1126 770-531-1126

Grass fed black Angus bulls and heifers for sale; some are registered with AAA; never fed grain, up to 3 yrs. old. Joann Henderson Temple 678-9203202 Grey Brahman bulls for sale; 16 to 18 months old, $1,400 each; several to choose from. Allen Oglesby Lyons 912293-1697 Hereford bulls, yearling and 2-yearolds; polled and horned, several good bloodlines. Michael Bennett Cumming 404-771-5454 Horned Hereford bull for sale; good bull, calves on farm; $2,000. Slate Bauknight Canon 706-436-3782 Jersey bulls, 6 to 17 months old. Mel Gordon Springfield 912-754-6701 Limousin bull; registered; 3 years old, homozygous black (tested); double Polled Lodestar bloodline, $2,500. Harold Jones LaFayette 706-639-3982 Miniature Jersey bull for sale; registered and 1 year old; sire, dam on site, asking $1,500. Lance Barrett Suches lrbarrett@earthlink.net 706-747-2003 Nice gentle easy calving; registered black Angus bull. 4 years old, yearlings on farm, $3,000. Ron Jones Hwy 53 Jasper 30143 770-608-1990 One heifer, half Angus, half Jersey, 9 months old, approx. 400 pounds, $450. Leroy Floyd Hampton 770-946-4063 One Limousin bull; gentle, black, polled, 14 months old. Gray Bowdon 770-258-2581 One red Limousin heifer, 15 months old, exposed to Bhrama bull, very gentle, $1,100, excellent condition. Luis Dutra Sharpsburg 770-252-2892 404597-3690 Performance-tested black full-blood Simmental, SimAngus bulls, cow-calf pairs, heifers; AI, embryo bred, easy calving, high milk, satisfaction guaranteed. Milton Martin Jr. Clarkesville 770519-0008 Piedmontese: registered full-blood bulls; a few breeding age, $2,500 to $3,500; top genetics; see www.beavercreekpiedmontese.com sales page. Patrea Pabst Dewy Rose aepied@aol.com 706-213-1197 Purebred Black Angus bulls; 16 to 20 months; young heifers, 19 to 22 months; AMF/RHF herd, all shots. Vivian Campbell Elberton 706-283-7268 Purebred black Simmental bulls, 18 months to 30-plus years, AI breeding, good selection. Beman Boatright 2729 Hwy. 56 Midville 30441 478-589-7144 Purebred black Simmental bulls; 18 months old; from 30-plus years of AI breeding; good selection to choose from. Beman Boatright Midville 478598-7144 Red Angus bull, 24 mos. old; $1,800. W. W Abney Franklin 770-253-0263 Red Angus bull, about 6 months old; 200-plus pounds, $450. P.D. Stratton Locust Grove 770-315-9317 Registered Angus bulls, 23 to 24 months old, semen tested, docile and many AI-sired. John Stuedemann Comer 706-202-2371 Registered Angus bulls; 20 months old, registered heifers: some AI. Ernest Etheridge Sandersville 478-552-6738 478-251-7881 Registered Angus bulls; birthdate Dec. 16, 2009; bloodline, ABS Emblazon, $2,800. L&R Farms Swainsboro 478494-4150 478-289-7711 Registered Angus cattle for sale, pairs, bred cows, bred heifers, bulls, Oct. 12. Fred Gretsch Crawford 706-340-0945 Registered Black Angus bulls; New Design and War Alliance bloodlines, $1,200. Eugene Ridley LaFayette 706764-6110 Registered Black Angus heifers, 7 to 12 months; Rito, Right Time bloodlines, $850 and up. David Chadwick Waleska 404-386-8194 404-790-3068 Registered Black Anugus bull, New Design, 2.5 years old, gentle. Don Hudgins Douglasville 770-565-7212 Registered black polled Beefmaster bulls, good confirmation, gentle, all shots, bulls semen tested, 17 months to 20 months old. Vernon Turner Dalton 706-278-7814 Registered Charolais and Limousin bulls, purebred Simmental bulls, breeding age, good selection. Adam Marsh Statesboro 912-536-1430 Registered Charolais bull; 13 months old, ready for service, excellent bloodlines, great disposition, $1,500. Charles Powell Menlo 706-862-6506 706-676-5582 Registered horned Hereford bulls, breeding age, semen tested, BVD-negative, excellent quality and dispositons. Curtis Kiclighter Marshallville 478-9672940

Registered polled Hereford bulls, good EPDs, ultrasound carcass, information provided, herd certified and accredited. Larry Lane Carrollton 678-378-5170 Registered Santa Gertrudis bull; two heifers; six months sale; also have mama cows; dark red, good stock. Harrry Piper Lexington 706-743-8680 Registered; Jersey springing heifers for sale; AI-sired and bred, start calving, first week in October. Stanley London Cleveland londonfarms@gmail.com 706-969-9282 Scottish Highlander bull, about 39 inches at 500 to 600 pounds, he will be small, asking $500. Jack Simmons Hazlehurst jack_simmons@att.net 912375-7200 Service-age purebred Black Angus and black Simmental bulls, extensive AI breeding experience; registered Simmental heifers, open and bred. Billie Clanton Odum 912-221-1383 912-5862388 Seven bred registered Black Angus heifers,12 bred cows, also good selection of bulls, ready for service. Fred Blitch Statesboro 912-865-5454 Seven registered Red Angus heifers, 7 months old; very best bloodlines, $900 each. Danny Mosley Springfield 912398-4412 SimAngus bull, 14 months, low birth weight, good blood line. Clifford Hancock Hephzibah 706-799-2488 SimAngus bull; 2.5 years old; calves are excellent; keeping heifers so must sell, $2,500. Buddy Martin Talmo 404680-2833 Simbrah beef cattle; registered and commercial; bred for heat tolerance, calving ease and milking abilities. Kevin Kent Cleveland kevinwkent@gmail.com 706-344-2355 Simmental and SimAngus bulls; ready for heavy service; AI and embryo transfer bloodlines, registered. Bruce Van Meter Rome imminc@yahoo.com 770547-1433 Six Brangus bulls, 18 months. Walt Currie Dublin 478-396-0677 Six purebred Black Angus bulls; 10 to 12 months, bred for low birth weight, milk and muscle, $900 to $1,000. Darryl White Arnoldsville 706-742-8109 Six purebred Black Angus open heifers for sale. Jake Stewart Alma 912-2186597 912-632-5652 Six SimAngus, one Angus heifer; top bloodlines, can be registered, all are docile. Marty Clark Jefferson 770-2945579 Superior herd of registered Charolais cattle, starter herd, service age bulls, delivery available. Bobby Burch Eastman 478-718-2128 Ten 2-year-old and 55 14-month-old Angus bulls for sale. Bart Davis Doerun 229-881-8510 Three registered black Dexter heifers; pasture fed, no steroids, hormones or antibiotics; ready to breed. James Norman Barwick 229-735-4938 Two registered SimAngus bulls for sale, $2,500 each; one is 3.5 years old, one is 1.5 years old. Glen Studle Barnesville jojemo2000@yahoo.com 678-967-9984 Two registered, weaned Angus bulls for sale; $1,500 OBO. Eddie Aderholdt Eastanollee 706-599-1426

Two Simmental bulls, upgrade sons; one SimAngus bull, 28 months old. Stan Bishop 678-231-3357

Swine If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. Swine moving from farm to farm must have a negative brucellosis and pseudorabies test within the past 30 days before they are moved whenever there is a change of ownership. Exceptions are swine from a validated brucellosis-free and qualified pseudorabies-free herd. Buyers are urged to request proof of a negative brucellosis and pseudorabies test prior to purchase. 6 weeks old, pure white Landrace pigs, $50 each. Bobby Floyd 253 Bobby Floyd Rd Forsyth 31029 478394-1325 8-week-old Hampshire-cross pigs, $40; 1.5-year-old Hampshire boar, $300. John Gowin Lafayette 706-980-2511 Hampshire and Yorkshire boars and gilts, duroc boars; valuable herd, delivery available. Lawton Kemp Dudley 478-875-3243 Hampshire crossbred pigs; 6 weeks old, $40; wormed, males, cut and healthy. Morris Jennings Cumming 770401-5263 Hampshire-Berkshire cross pigs for sale. Tammy Anderson Elberton 770403-8964 Ossabaw Island pigs and goats, $65 to $150. Brad Brownlow Monroe ibbrownlow@aol.com 404-273-6285 Pigs; half mule foot and half red wattle, heritage breed, pigs starting at $60. Carl Dills Blairsville 828-494-4913 Pot-bellied pigs. Butch Milner Eastman 478-231-5440 Purebred Berkshire boars for sale. Randall Richards Chatsworth 706-2701979 Registered Berkshires; new bloodlines from Midwest, farrowing on regular basis; reserve now. Duke Burgess Louisville juliesvance@wildblue.net 478-625-9542 305-923-0262 Whole pigs for spit roasting or “Hawiian pig,” pasture raised and homone free; butcher options available. Paula Harrigan Hahira 229-794-3473 Yorkshire - Hampshire, 7 weeks old, wormed and cut. Jerald Morgan Buford carysheryl@aol.com 678-860-1655

Goats And Sheep If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. 100 percent Boer doe, $250,100 percent Boer doeling $200, Boer-Kiko cross doe $200, Boer-Kiko buck $150. Victoria Wheeler Monticello 706-468-6806 100 percent USBGA Boer bucks and does for sale, championship bloodlines, Tarzan T-66, Warlord, Tarmac; ready for breeding. Tim Bragg Conyers 404-3753401 2-yearold Katahdin sheep, $130. Larry Smith LaGrange 706-416-5404 ABGA 2013 kids, fullblood and percentage, traditional and color; top bloodlines, Tsunami sons and daughters, grown does. Susan Darrow Sugar Valley 706-624-1981

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Welcome to the 24th annual statesponsored Georgia National Fair, Oct. 3 through 13: “There’s Magic in the Fair!” The fair highlights some of Georgia’s greatest assets: our youth and agriculture. During the 11-day event, you will experience every facet of the fair; horse and livestock shows, youth competitions, Georgia Living exhibits and contests, food, rides, circus, vendors, family entertainment, concerts MOORE and nightly fireworks. The new Georgia Grown building highlights Georgia’s diverse agricultural industry by showcasing its products, services and education. Fairgoers will learn why agriculture is the state’s No. 1 industry. The Georgia Grown Pavilion sells unique Georgia-made products such as jams and jellies, nuts, baked goods, sauces and relishes. The third annual Legislative Livestock Showdown, Oct. 5, pairs Georgia House and Senate legislators with an experienced 4-H or FFA livestock show participant as their “teacher.” Dressed in their special showmanship shirts, the legislators go through the process of preparing an animal for the show ring. In the showmanship class, the judging process focuses on how they handle the heifer. The first-place winner receives 10 points; the 10th place winner, one point. Scores

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Wednesday, SEPTEMBER 18, 2013

agriculture Letter from the Editor

I like to say I’m passionate about two things in life: our food and how it gets on our plates. But that’s only a partial truth, because I’m passionate about a third thing – Saturdays in the fall. College football Saturdays in the fall, to be exact. These are the best days. There’s just something about waking up at the crack of dawn, ready to take on the world (or LSU, they’re almost the same thing) with tens of thousands of your closest friends squeezing into stadium seats, into the back of a pickup and in the lanes of traffic on the way into campus. My allegiances are to the U-S-of-A and to the G-E-O-RG-I-A (did anyone else chant that gameday style just now?), and Saturdays in the fall make my heart soar. I know not everyone is a football fan, but for those who are, y’all know all of the emotions that come with these Saturdays. First, you’re either going to fall over from heat exhaustion because it’s roughly a zillion degrees outside and sunny, or freeze because you’re sitting on the shady side of the stadium in shorts and a T-shirt. Then there are the game emotions. The incomplete passes of your team, the echoing of fans screaming for the running back about to dive in the end zone; the scowls you send the way of freshmen who cheer when your team is on offense; the heartbreak when your team loses by less than a touchdown; the “great game” high-fives you give strangers after a win. But whether you’re a fan of football or not, there’s one fall Saturday tradition that beats them all, and that is tailgating. Even if you don’t know Todd Gurley from Keith Marshall, there’s a pretty good chance you love good food, right? And there is just nothing like the good food prepared for a tailgate. There are hamburgers, hotdogs, pasta salads, sausage dogs, spicy wings, brownies, chips and dip and the list goes on. If it’s an early kickoff, someone’s gone to grab a platter of those little chicken mini things, and the beverages are a bit more breakfast-friendly. If it’s a late game, there might be some snack food thrown into the mix. The options are endless. And the best thing about tailgating? As long as you’ve got team spirit, an empty belly and maybe a pickup truck, you can tailgate anywhere. In fact, in some ways, your driveway is the best spot to tailgate, especially if you can’t make it to the game. Your driveway is closer to your kitchen, which means you can cook up family favorite recipes and not have to worry about how to get them to campus or “what happens if we take the pasta salad out of the cooler too soon and it gets hot.” I’m not going to make it to many games this season, so I have a feeling most of the matchups I’ll be watching from the comfort of someone’s couch in close proximity to a kitchen, where we can rustle up some amazing “Let the Big Dawg Eat” tailgate vittles. Our Auburn fan home economist has an inspirational recipe in this issue that can be made to take to campus or made to eat in the yard, depending on your tailgate preferences. Writing this makes me hungry. I’m hungry for tailgate food and hungry for a winning season. Glory, glory … go tailgates and GO DAWGS. Dallas Duncan is the editor of the Market Bulletin. Originally from Evans, Ga., she graduated in May 2011 with a double major in animal science and agricultural communication from the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. She previously worked for The Red & Black, The Times newspaper in Gainesville, Ga., and Georgia Cattlemen’s Association.

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ARTY’S GARDEN:

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Autumn – a beautiful, but often overlooked, season Many people think of autumn flowers and flowering shrubs that as a time of ending; of death and bring a rainbow of color to gardens decay. Some summer flowers are in the fall. past their prime when September Fall also brings plenty of fruits arrives, and others go dormant or and berries. One of my favorites is die with cold weather. However, cat’s paw or hearts-a-burstin’-withfall brings lots of beauty to enjoy love. This native shrub grows in with flowers, fruits and colorful our woodlands, but fits into shady foliage – and it is one of the most gardens, too. Another easy-to-grow pleasant times to be outside. We and showy native is American Georgia gardeners should take beautyberry with its unmistakable more advantage of this overlooked clusters of mauve-orchid berries. season. Other trees and shrubs with colorful Many of us go to the mountains fruits are dwarf palmetto, flowering for spectacular views, but we can dogwood, pomegranate, pyracantha plant some of this color in our own and various viburnums, sumacs, gardens. A few notable trees for hollies and hawthorns. And don’t fall color are parrotia, crape myrtle, forget to look at attractive seedflowering dogwood, sassafras, heads of grasses and other plants. sourwood, tupelo or black gum, Fall is the best time in Georgia SCHOOLHOUSE, OR OXBLOOD, LILIES sugar maple, red maple, Japanese to plant trees, shrubs and perennials. maple, ginkgo, hickory, bald cypress, native witchIt’s also the time to plant pansies and violas for blooms hazel, tuliptree and sweet gum. Shrubs with colorful through the fall, winter and spring and the time to sow fall foliage are blueberry, oak-leaf hydrangea, Virginia California poppy, corn poppy, larkspur and bachelor sweetspire and cut-leaf staghorn sumac. button seeds for spring blooms. Don’t forget springDon’t ever think that fall in Georgia means only blooming bulbs – try white or pink daffodils, triteleia, yellow, orange, red and brown. Fall flowers also bring alliums or another “minor” bulb. blue, purple, lavender, pink, white and cream. If you ignored it in the past or are too exhausted Fall flowers seem paradoxical, but they are just from keeping plants alive through the summer to apon a different timetable than spring and summer preciate it, take time now to look around. Don’t let fall bloomers. Native asters, colchicum, saffron and other be the forgotten season in your garden. Include flowfall-blooming crocuses, red spider lily, oxblood or ers, trees and shrubs that are at their peak in autumn schoolhouse lily, hardy chrysanthemums, Mexican so that your landscape will be as beautiful and full of bush sage, autumn sage, pineapple sage, physostegia color in October as it was in April. or obedient plant, toad lily, Turk’s cap mallow, hardy Arty Schronce is the Department’s resident gardenageratum or mistflower, hardy or butterfly ginger, saing expert. He’s a lifelong gardener and a horticulture sanqua, tea camellia, tea-oil camellia, tea olive, liatris, graduate of North Carolina State University who enfall sedums such as ‘Autumn Joy’, hardy begonia and courages everyone to discover the pleasures of plants Texas tarragon or Mexican mint marigold are a few and gardening.

BBQ Cola Tailgate Sliders

Editor’s Note: Hand-held beef roast sandwiches are a perfect way to get amped up for kickoff. We used Coca-Cola, but feel free to use whichever cola you’d like. Go crazy local and celebrate football season with a Georgia-made barbecue sauce and pickles! Find some from Georgia Grown members at www.georgiagrown.com. Ingredients: 3 to 4 pounds beef chuck roast (or other less tender roast) 1 can cola (12 ounces) 1 envelope onion soup mix

Barbecue sauce Pickles 24 slider buns, or French bread cut into 24 two-inch pieces

Instructions: 1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit. 2. Place roast in a large baking dish. Sprinkle with the onion soup mix and pour the cola over it. 3. Cover the roast tightly with a lid or aluminum foil. Bake for about two hours or until very tender. 4. Once roast is tender and cooked, shred it with a fork. Combine with enough barbecue sauce to cover all the meat. 5. Assemble sliders. Top each bottom bun or one piece of French bread with a small amount of roast. Top with a pickle and extra sauce, if desired. All recipes have been tested for accuracy by Georgia Department of Agriculture home economists unless otherwise noted. Share your favorite recipes with us! Send recipes to dallas.duncan@ agr.georgia.gov or to Dallas Duncan, Georgia Market Bulletin, 19 MLK Jr. Drive SW Atlanta, GA 30334. If you have questions, concerns or corrections to featured recipes, call 404-656-3722. For more recipes, find us on Pinterest and watch cooking in action on our “Pick, Cook, Keep” series at www.gpg.org/pick-cook-keep!

How to keep tailgate food safe to serve on game day GRILLING TEMPERATURE GUIDELINES

By Jessica Badour, Food Safety Division As we bid summer farewell and fall quietly enters in, it can only mean one thing … It’s time for football season. Regardless of which team you root for, there’s bound to be plans for a tailgate in your future. Planning the next tailgate is the key to keeping food safe and properly prepared for family and guests. Food for tailgating parties requires the same kind of safe handling practices as when you’re picnicking outdoors. Here’s a general checklist of what to bring along: with ice or frozen gel packs to keep cold foods 4 Coolers cold. Remember to keep raw meats in a separate cooler or container to prevent cross-contamination. Keep all food in the cooler at 41 degrees Fahrenheit. 4 Grill, fuel and plenty of clean utensils and platters for cooking and serving. Don’t cross-contaminate raw and cooked foods – for example, never reuse the raw meat tray for cooked food unless it’s been thoroughly washed. 4 A food safety thermometer, to ensure meat and poultry reach proper internal cooking temperatures (see guide). 4 Water, soap and paper towels for washing hands, surfaces and utensils.

4 A timer. Generally, food can be left out at room tempera-

ture for about two hours before bacteria begin to multiply. Set your timer for two hours from the time you put out hot food such as chicken wings or perishable cold food like potato salad. containers to keep hot foods hot. You can also 4 Insulated cook hot foods at home, chill them to 40 degrees Fahrenheit and bring them on ice, then reheat them on the grill. When grilling marinated chicken, reserve a side portion of the marinate for basting before placing the raw chicken in, and always marinate meat in the refrigerator, not on the counter. Transport the marinated meat and reserve marinade in the cooler and keep it cold until the grill is fired up. Don’t partially cook food in advance. Either cook it fully or wait to cook it on-site, because partial cooking can allow harmful bacteria to survive and multiply. Try not to cook more than the tailgaters are going to eat, to help avoid the challenge of keeping leftovers at a safe temperature. If any perishable leftovers are left out for longer than two hours – or one hour if the temperature is 90 degrees or higher – throw them out. Now that you’re armed with safe tailgating tips … who’s ready for kick off?

TRADE: Relationships key to Georgia Grown brand overseas From Page 1 Georgia Grown logo. We want them to trust that Georgia Grown logo and we’re going to defend it,” he said. The Department’s partnership with the Department of Economic Development and its new office in Qingdao gives Georgia agriculture opportunities to promote the Georgia Grown brand, said Bo Warren, director of business development for the Department of Agriculture. “I think a small few probably recognize that Georgia Grown logo, but we still have more to do in promoting that,” he said. “The Chinese community, if they buy a product, they want to know that it’s endorsed or backed by someone. If they see a product that’s a Kraft brand, then they know the Kraft corporation is behind that and that gives them a certain amount of security to buy that prod-

uct. What we hope with the Georgia Grown logo, they’ll know it comes from Georgia and they know it’s the highest quality.” Black said the meetings led to favorable discussions of using a wide array of Georgia Grown products in international hotels. InterContinental Hotels, based in Atlanta and with locations overseas, could be a starting point, he said. “One of the ways to penetrate the market would be just to start with InterContinental properties in the foodservice business. I think the interest is genuine,” Black said. Black believes China’s biggest demands will be pecans, peanuts, cotton and poultry. He hopes to draw more Chinese visitors to Georgia through agritourism.

“There’s a specific market for them to come and do the farm tour thing. They are really interested in that,” he said. “We’re going to be working with the Department of Economic Development to see if we can put on some of those relationship-building opportunities.” One such opportunity is the possibility for a joint food safety summit. “The Chinese consumer is deeply concerned about food safety,” Black said. “I posed to them – and they liked to start hyperventilating – what if we did an annual food safety summit with marketing and academia and regulatory, and we had it here one year and in Qingdao the next year? … There good be some real synergy there. That helps you build the trust that can help you build the marketplace there, too.”

page 8 ADGA four nice Nubian does and three bucks, from closed herd. Pat Edwards Summerville dalenpat@windstream.net 706-862-2718 706-862-2718 ADGA Lamancha and Oberhaslis does, buck, bucklings and doelings (two bottle babies) from great bloodlines. Preston Garner Braselton mg32144@ windstream.net 706-654-3423 ADGA Nubian buck - 2 years old, excellent health and bloodlines, $250, CAE negative. Shuford Jones Winder 678425-9128 678-873-4348 Beautiful ADGA registered Nubians, certified and accredited closed herd, scrapies free. Paul Frantz Abbeville ellenfrantz@windstream.net 229-4237350 Boer bucks, traditional, red, black; born September 2012 and January 2013, ABGA registered. Beth East Dahlonega 706-974-8991 Boer does, kids for sale, sweet gentle and dewormed, call or text. Kim Barnes Meansville kim.barnes1625@gmail.com 706-975-8982 Boer, Kiko goats; born in March, quality goats,100 to chose from. Charline Cambron Acworth charcam@comcast. net 770-380-3505 Does: two registered 100 percent Kiko, 2.5 years; two registered 50 percent Boers, 1.5 years; Oberhasli, 2.5 years, two 6-month-old wethers. L D Carver Jasper 770-735-3432 Female Pygmy goat will be ready Sept. 12, gray with black feet and white ears. Beth Vrooman Winder bethv@windstream.net 404-801-5867 For sale nine Jacob sheep, five males, four females; call for more information. Benny Peck Alto 770-712-2969 Full blood Savanna meat goats, bucks 6 to 8 months, $700 to $800. Gerald Freeman 199 Newman Collins Rd Martin 30557 gjmeatgoats@gmail.com 706-491-6555 Fullblood and percentage does exposed to enobled buck, $300 show and working equipment, call for more info Landon Boyett Glennville 912-213-4062 Fullblood boars, ABGA bucks; traditional, 6 to 8 months old; 2DOX Luger bloodline. Stanley Taylor Lula 770-8699299 Hair sheep; Dorper-Khatadhin mix ewes, 9 to 10 months old, $100 and up. Melody Coleman Rentz Annamel3@ gmail.com 478-984-6305 Katahdin lambs for sale, $100. Diane Bosse Hillsboro dcb1@cdc.gov 706468-8677 Katahdin lambs for sale, rams and ewe, 5 months old bred for parasite resistance. Bob Lott Palmetto blott54@ gmail.com 678-850-6177 Katahdin-Dorper cross sheep; ewes, rams, lambs starter packages, call for pricing. Susan Cobb Cedartown cobbph@charter.net 404-218-1615 770-5461565 Kiko black buck, 100 percent New Zealand, Warrier bloodline, $700. Ken Hatley Zebulon 770-358-1300 Kiko-Boer cross bucklings from 100 percent Kiko buck; https://www.facebook.com/Acekikos. Curt Lacy Enigma acekikos@gmail.com 229-457-1262 Nigerian Dwarf goats, ADGA/AGS registered bottle babies, disbudded, show or pet, Champion bloodlines email for info. Cassara Loganville doubledurango@bellsouth.net 770-554-8574 Nigerian Dwarf goats: tri-colors, buttheaded doe, bucks, call or email for pics and price. Jannie Thombley Forsyth foowayne1@bellsouth.net 678-2188021 Nigerian Dwarfs, nannies and wethered billy, gold and white, $95 to $125, please no calls after 9 p.m. Larry Pirkle Dawsonville 706-216-2954 Nubian, Nubian-Boer cross goats, wethers, does, bred does, does with kids, $100 and up Ken McMichael Monticello 706-819-9295 One free Saanen nanny, gentle, for companion or petting zoo; can’t be bred. Raven Waters Reidsville 912-5571053 Pygmy baby goats for sale, two males, one female. Merrill Randolph Locust Grove 770-361-0261 Pygmy billy goat, proven herdsire, gentle, naturally polled, not for slaughter $75 OBO. Lisa Hill Jasper 404-2025763 Registered Angora buckling, 7 months old, cream colored $250, Angora wethers $125 for spinners herds, not for food consumption. Joyce Woodrum Hartwell 706-376-1485 Registered Katahdin ram, five mixed Dorper-Katahdin ewes (all pregnant), must sell; $1,800. David Blackwell West Point 706-883-6239

farmers and consumers market Bulletin Registered Oberhashli stud goat, age 2 years, proven breeder, $200. LaVon Kuykendall Acworth 770-529-8172 Saanen goats for sale, registered, grown doe of age 3, three female newborns, weaned. Howard West East Point 404-259-8549 Seven mixed billy goats, 4 months old, $60 each OBO. Jerry Bishop Canton 404-775-8627 Spinners flock colored Angora goats, three does and one buck, $650. Tina Evans Taylorsville 770-324-4380 Spring Katahdin lambs for sale, ewes and rams, $125 to $150 each. Hubert Bailey Dawsonville 770-530-6150 Two does for sale, used for brush clearing; both around 60 pounds, 26 inches, $200 OBO. Wilson Rydal mwilso28@ uga.edu 404-725-3418 Two male Pygmy goats, 12 weeks old, super cute and personable, $45. Kole Davis Good Hope 770-656-3245 Two purebred Nubian does, very tame, healthy goats need to downsize. Bobbi Maddox Monticello bobbimaddox@yahoo.com 770-616-6034 770-616-6018 Two stiff legged fainting goats, good companions, $50 each. Millard Lamanac Woodstock 770-475-4144 We have a few Nigerian Dwarf babies for sale, some have blue eyes, Hillside Pygmies. Shane Denmon Dahlonega clownin1972@yahoo.com 706-9731569

Equine For Sale If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. All equine advertised in the Market Bulletin must have had a negative Coggins test within past 12 months. Negative reports are valid for 12 months from the sample date. A copy of this test report must accompany the ad each time it is submitted or the notice will be returned to the advertiser. For this reason, generalized ads (i.e., many horses, varieties to choose from, others, etc.) cannot be accepted. Buyers are urged to request verification of a negative Coggins test before purchasing any equine. Any falsification of Coggins tests can result in fines and/or suspension of advertising privileges in the Market Bulletin. This regulation also applies to equine advertised in the “At Stud” and “Boarding” categories of the quarterly equine editions. 2 B7W, TWH mares; 16 yrs., 15-3 hands, $2000; 9yrs, 14-3 hands, $2,500, camps, clips, bathes loads., neg. coggins. Rod Oliver Lavonia 706-202-6328 2009 half-Arabian mare, registered, green-broke, sweet and people oriented, sport-horse prospect, $1,500 OBO. Kathy Dunagan 2149 Lakeview Road Byron 31008 dunagan.kathy@gmail. com 478-224-1339 478-550-4112 4-year-old AQHA boy gelding, incentive fund, green broke, versatility and ranch horse, prospect. S. Hunt Thomson 770-562-9146 4-year-old AQHA gelding, incentive fund, green broke, versatility and ranch horse prospect. S. Hunt Thomson 706825-1455 4-year-old gelding bay; growning, good hooves; ready to be broken; tack available, possible trade. Becky Arrendale Franklin 678-877-7801 AQHA buckskin, dun mare, 5 years; 14.3, willing and honest, loads, neck reins with good gait transitions, $1,800. Amanda Wadley Crawford 770-7152028 Chincoteague ponies; one filly and one colt; pinto color, yearlings; priced to sell; $950 each. Mary Gleason Winder 770560-6588 Donkey, standard size, female, very gentle, great pasture guards, companion animals, delivery available; I-75, exit 201. Harry Lewis Jackson 678-7735211 Donkeys available, used as pasture guards, companion animals, have the star, beautiful. Barbara Queen Dallas 770-445-1316 Mare; 14’ 3, age 20, sound, healthy, no vices, good for beginner adult woman or child; Black Bay Arabian, $1000. Jolene Schwartz Pendergrass 770-530-8101 Mini donkeys, all colors, none over 32 inches; jennies, jacks, 1.5 years and under, pictures available, $200 and up. Joseph Thompson Forsyth 478-974-0021 Mini donkeys, all colors, none over 32 inches; jennies, jacks, 1.5 years and under, pictures available, $200 and up. Joseph Thompson Forsyth 478-974-0021 Mini mare Paint, sorrel and white, 5 years old, 32 inches; possibly bred, rides, gentle, $500; others available. J Wilkes Athens 706-207-9366

Regd. TWH, black, 13 yrs. old, 15.1 hds., has had training & been shown, trail rides, $900. E. Teal Franklin 352812-5798 Tennessee walking horse Bea., 2.16 hands; spotted geldings; 8 years, 10 years; seasoned trail horses. Steve Stowers Dawsonville 706-974-0576 Tennessee Walking Horse mare, broke to ride, flat shop pasture. B. Mixon McIntyre 478-946-2315 Tennessee Walking Horse, Morgan 2002, 14.1 hands; bay overo mare for lady or youth; sweet, gentle, $1,200 OBO. A. Wyrosdick Dahlonega milkyway9073@gmail.com 706-8679073 Tennessee Walking Horse; 4-year-old mare, Paint, $800; call between 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. Vincent Evans Jakins 229372-4554 Three quarter horse mares; one quarter horse gelding, pasture kept, great shape, need riding; please call. H. Cooper Conyers hlcooper1@comcast.net 404-520-3546 THW horse to a good home, 10 years old, rideable. Dick Stratton Locust Grove 770-842-9317 770-914-6153 Two quality palominos for sale, brother (gelding) and sister, 5 to 6 years old; like people, need broke, $950 for pair OBO. Dawn Turner Lincolnton 706-401-0282

Equine Miscellaneous If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. 18.5-inches Fryso saddle for sale,1 year old, like new; originally, $2,300; for sale for $1,700. Melinda Woody Kennesaw kwoody500@comcast.net 404-358-1466 1997 Sundowner, four-horse slant, fifth wheel load, large dressing room, rear tack, $7,000. Patricia Johnson Silver Creek 678-313-4579 2001 Dream coach all aluminum, fourhorse head-to-head gooseneck trailer with 6x6-feet dressing room, $18,000. Tom Clark Winston 770-596-0273 300-plus horse shoes, have shoeing equipment also; $160 takes all horse shoes. Darla Hodge Hartwell 706-4365500 Draft horse harness, with collar, used two times, $900; call, leave message. Floann Sidders Waverly Hall 706-905-9884 English saddle, Mark IV jumping saddle, 15-inch cutback; will meet potention buyers half-way within 30 miles. Margaret Sincere Dahlonega bsincere@ windstream.net 706-344-8124 Five-horse trailer with sleeping and changing area; $4,000. Clifford Jones Waynesboro 706-551-0371 For Sale: one set (single horse), Dutch Harness Hatlinger size, used very little, very good condition. Manson Woody White Plains 706-467-9655 Henry Miller BuenaVista trail saddle; 161/2 seat, 5 years old; Texas Star conchos on saddle/martingale; $800. Rhonda Chitwood Resaca rchitwood@gcbe. org 706-264-0765 Horse cart, Meadowbrook with black nickel studded harness, great condition, $950. Susan Prugh Buckhead 678-5968177 Horse sitting; experienced; I have my own horses and references; available weekday afternoons and any time weekends. John Beckman Evans 706840-5560 Horse-drawn New Idea manure speader, $1,000. David Truelove Clermont 404925-7073 Looking for “Doc,” old swayback horse; sold to girl. Roger Keebaugh Gainesville irineroger@yahoo.com 770869-7941 Old single seat cart $75; doctors buggy; $500 ready to ride. Soencer Causey Calhoun 706-629-7037 Pony harness - full set, black/red cushion bio plastic; two 26-inches cart wheels; new still in box, small cart. Shannon Copeland Odum 912-586-2319 Two 12-feet Equestrian World stall fronts; powder coated, sliding door and swing open feed door; can email pictures. Claude Bratcher Clarkesville bowbrother@windstream.net 770-5306595 Two pairs English ladies field boots made in USA by DERS in New York; size 8.5 L and 7.5 L; $150 each. Michelle Kaye Danielsville michelle@kayeandporter.com 404-434-1789 Two-horse BP trailer for sale, tack area, lights, brakes, ramp load, hitch and mats included, $2,500 OBO. April Butzon Franklin 706-814-4109 Two-horse bumper pull with tack room; good tires, floor, and new paint, good condition, $2,500. Robert Harris Patterson 912-670-1133

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Two-horse Owensboro wagon, com- Dove and pigeon cages, breeding and pletely restored, painted green, wheels group holding units, quality construcred, with tongue and ready for use; ask- tion, $20 each and up. John Bennett ing $2,500 OBO. Robert Worley Rome Atlanta 404-680-5150 706-766-3578 For sale: 10 Brahma chickens, will start laying about one month; $15 each . Cliff Boarding Facilities Eldred Carrollton 770-301-7697 If you have questions regarding ads in Frizzles, black, $10, contact at website this category, call 404-656-3722. also. Geri Putnam Thomson nonageri@ The Georgia Animal Protection Act re- bellsouth.net 706-595-2291 quires boarding and breeding facilities Game chickens, Leiper Hatch, Phil Marsh to be licensed. Current license num- Butchers, Bates Blacks,Tie Out Cords, ber must be submitted with notices for USPS shipping boxes for chickens. John publication in the “Boarding Facilities” Beard Nicholson 903-312-8278 category. Notices submitted without Game chickens, stags, pullets, hatch, this information will not be published. several breeds, F blues, guineas, all Horse boarding facility located in Gor- sizes, Allen Roundheads, Lucy Rounddon, Floyd County area; barn with stalls, heads. Larry Ledford Clarkesville 706wash rack and arena; state license 754-7064 11808. Hammond Calhoun 706-263- Hens, 18 to 20 weeks, $10 each; brown 9196 770-773-6162 layers, roosters 14 to 20 weeks, $4 to $6 Private barn near Acworth, full and each; others available. Jack Davis Milan partial board, covered arena, pasture, 229-362-4092 washrack, call Lynn. Margaret Smith Heritage, non-hatchery chicks and hatching eggs; Orpingtons, Speckled Cartersville 770-943-0171 Self-Care-Stalls, $200 per month, Fox- Sussex. Katy Light Trenton 423-799-0723 paw Farm in Newnan, 4 board fencing, Japanese Bantams out of show stock, large stalls; call, lots of details. Mary blacktail buffs, bluetail buffs and whites. Keith Tate Jefferson 706-824-0354 Pawlak Newnan 770-502-7022 Laying hens $10 to $15 each; CoPoultry/Fowl For Sale chin Bantam chicks 4 to 5 weeks; Old If you have any questions regarding English show Bantams, several colors, ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. ages. Jackie Mannaert Alpharetta 404Any person engaged in buying live 694-9696 poultry of any kind for resale, or in sell- Little giant incubator, $60, chicks and ing live poultry of any kind bought for quail trays, circulation fan, automatic turnthe purpose of resale, must be licensed er. Bobby Wilkins Hahira 229-563-4350 by the Georgia Department of Agricul- McMurray Hatchery baby chicks; ture. Possessing such a license does raised now to laying hens and pullets, not by itself disqualify an individual several different varieties; have at least from advertising poultry in the Market 100. Lamar Thompson Irwinton 478Bulletin; however, advertisers should 697-6834 note that all livestock (which includes McMurray Hatchery hens and pullets, poultry), must have been in posses- from chicks to layers, 100 available, difsion of the advertiser for a minimum fferent varieties; $10 to $12, 15-plus $10 of 90 days or, in the case of chicks, each. Lamar Thompson Irwinton 478ducklings, etc., must have been raised 946-0093 478-697-6834 by the advertiser before offering them Old English Bantams Silver Duckwing, for sale in the Market Bulletin. Mallard Red Fawn sport, Spangles, others 4 ducks must be at least three genera- weeks and up. Mike Bruce Ball Ground tions from the wild before they can be 770-655-7164 advertised in the Market Bulletin. Ad- Peacock tail feathers, one large fivevertisers must include this information gallon bucket full, $99. Diane Hall Macon in notices submitted for publication. 478-808-9128 2013 Royal Palm turkeys; silver-span- Peafowl, free range Royal Palm turgled Spitzhauben chickens; Melanis- keys, along with a limited number of tic Ringneck pheasants. Dennis Rich chickens. Sara Robbins Blairsville 706Barnesville 678-603-3777 745-2328 30 Muscovy ducks, $12 each, take all Peahens, 5 months old, black shoulder for $10 each. Louie Vandiver Greensboro $45 each or both for $80. Dominique 706-817-9012 Ford Monticello 706-468-5222 75 Rhode Island Red chicks weekly 0 Polish golden hens, 1 year old, laying to 50 $2 each; 50-plus $1.50 each all well. Margaret L Smith Acworth 770straight run; call, text. Travis Ellington 943-0171 Senoia 678-787-9341 Pullets close to laying and roosters, Ameraucana roosters $1; colorful 2013 hatch; Silkies, BCM, Silver Laced friendly; need their harem provide green Wyndottes. Frank Grove Macon frankeggs from offspring of your current hens. grove@att.net 478-719-5180 Sonia Babcock Royston 770-853-4806 Rare Jubilee Orpingtons, English ImAmeraucanas and Cookoo Marans; ports, show quality, starting at 170some laying $10 each, Ameraucana 9 week old pair. GA Naturals Farm roosters also. Calvin Holden 1372 New Chauncey bbqwholehogs@yahoo.com Bethel Church Road Dawsonville 30534 229-212-0063 706-265-2052 Rhode Island Red pullet, healthy, now Baby chicks, various ages, American laying. Brian Sturdy Dahlonega 706Dominique, Buff Orpington, Rhode Island 865-9201 Red, Delaware, pure breeds, reasonable prices. Monte Poitevint Lakeland 229- Silver Wyandottes, Buff Orpington, Buff Brahmas, Rhode Island Red, Red 482-3854 Stars, Black Giants, laying$12, five Baby peacocks, $15 each. Willie Keen months $4. Gary Ridley Lafayette 706Jr Perry 478-987-3687 638-1911 Bantam BB Red roosters for sale, $15 Six hens, all for $55. Ben Cook Forsyth each, about a year old, leave message. 478-994-1074 Tanya Lafitte Ellijay 706-504-9599 SQ Holderread bred runner ducks plus Bantams trio/blues, one splash pullet, 5 months old; some pens, one gal- one mini-duck, black, white, gray availlon waterers, feeders, six each. Randy able, $10 to $20 each, discount for all. Chamlee Social Circle randychamlee@ Laurie Durgin Summerville ladurgin@ msn.com 706-857-1178 att,net 770-464-4581 678-451-6655 Bantams, BB/Brown/Red, Millie Fluers, Sumatra roosters, 18 months, $60 Old English; pigeons, turkeys and more, each; beautiful birds with long tail feathsell or trade. Danny Ryals Milledgeville ers. Jonathan Frazier Douglasville fraz2129@gmail.com 404-431-2638 478-452-8497 478-804-3868 Black mottled Cochin Bantam roos, Wild eastern turkeys; born in 2013, $15 hatched July 5, $10 each or three for to $30. James Gantt Barnesville 770$25. Lisa Corbicz Rockmart circlecal- 358-6838 pacas@yahoo.com 678-247-5331 Poultry/Fowl Requiring Blue bar roling homers, breeding pairs, Permit/License $15, single birds, $5 each, small pens, for sale, leave message. David Patton If you have questions regarding this category, call 404-656-3722. Williamson 770-228-4415 Breeding pair Bourbon, red turkeys, Advertisements for bobwhite quail show quality Old English Bantams, must be accompanied by a copy of game chickens all ages several breeds; the advertiser’s commercial quail $5 and up. Bobbi Maddox Monticello breeders license. Since this is a state 770-616-6018 770-616-6034 protected bird, the Georgia DepartChickens for sale, priced according to ment of Natural Resources requires size and age, many pullets. Libby Deal anyone selling bobwhite quail to have Social Circle deal4826@bellsouh.net this license. For license information, write: LBRU - COMMERCIAL 770-464-0046 Day-old chicks; eight old-fashioned LICENSE, 2065 US Highway 278 SE, brown egg laying breeds; professionally Social Circle, GA 30025-4743. sexed, ship 25 minimum year-round, Bobwhite quail, flight ready $3.50 each, special on large quantity roosters; NPIP day-old chicks 35 cents each and eggs certified. Bob Berry Ray City bobsbid- 12 cents each. Thomas Findley Box dies@live.com 229-455-6437 Springs 706-575-3889 706-326-2186

Wednesday, SEPTEMBER 18, 2013 Bobwhite, Coturnix quail eggs, $65 for 100, $135 for 500, $265 for 1,000. Willie Strickland Pooler stricklandgamebird. com 912-748-5769 Jumbo Wisconsin Bobwhite quail eggs, $55 for 100, $198 for 600, $300 for 1,000; flight year-round. Raymond Meadows P.O. Box 338 Wadley 30477 478-252-5345

Poultry/Fowl Wanted Want five or six New Hampshire red hens or Barred Rocks, hatched this year. Hubert Fleming Elberton 706-246-5679 Wanted: Any old English game hens or modern game hens. Hutch Arrowood Toccoa 706-491-3114 Wanted: Rose Comb Rhode Island Reds. Pat Wilkes Demorest 706-7682683

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Complete 100 head Priefert cattle; working corral including: squeeze chute, automatic head catch and palpation cage. Dena Oglesby Lyons 912-2453949 Forecart by Pioneer, wood tongue, metal doubletree, two implement seats, brakes, $850. Hank Bell Madison 706474-0289 Gooseneck trailer; 24 feet with dovetail and ramps, needs tires and TLC; good farm trailer, $ 1,350. Richard Breeden Rising Fawn 423-309-0527 706-4622390 Kwik Korral brand, new, still in box, will make 80x80-feet portable fence, $199. Marsha Chambers Grantville 770-3019165 Mule equipment, plows, wagons, stagecoach; different varieties, Decatur. Bradley Kelly Bainbridge 229-243-0134 Stock trailer; heavy duty, 20-feet Gooseneck, good tires, floor, lights and brakes, divider, no rust, $3,800. Mark Grayson Rutledge 404-379-8152 Three-ton feeder with creep feeder on one side, good condition; $1,000 OBO. Carl Ridings Rome 770-315-8321 Two horse trailer, bumper pull, seven feet tall, 97 hale, excellent condition, escape door, divider, tack, $3,500; cash. Dianne Fulton Loganville 678-523-2256 Will trade, two horse metal trailer with tack area, fair condition, for stock trailer. George Hodges Griffin 404-786-4114

If you have questions regarding this category, call 404-656-3722. The Alternative Livestock category contains ads for ratites (ostriches, rheas, and emus) as well as other “non-traditional” livestock. 2 to 2.5-year-old neutered llama; gaurded by goats, but sold them; lonely and needs new home, $275. Carol Dobson Suwanee 770-316-3467 Alpacas for sale: nice, high quality animals for great prices; breedings available to high-end studs for$700. Angela Medley Marietta 404-886-5764 Two baby emus (unsexed) for sale. If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. Louie Estep Newnan 770-301-4449 6 weeks old; six mixed spotted bunAlternative Livestock Requiring nies, two San Juan handled daily, $10; also cages, trays, water bottles/feeders Permit/License $60. Kim Pohle Milner kpohle16@aol. If you have questions regarding ads in com 678-588-9101 this category, call 404-656-3722. Baby Lionheads and Neatherland The Georgia Department of Natu- Dwarfs at $10 a piece, please call. Caral Resources regulates many exotic leb Miller Winder 770-337-2223 770animals, including most hoofed stock 867-8484 except llama and buffalo. However, Bunnies $20 to $30, we have Lionupon compliance with applicable heads, Mini Lops, Holland Lops, mixed state regulations, a deer farming li- breeds. Tamara Jolly Byron 478-338cense for the commercial production 3962 of meat and fiber is available for the following species: fallow deer, axis I have purebred Flemish Giants and deer, sika deer, elk, red deer, reindeer, Pedigreed Silver Fox rabbits for sale, and caribou. For more information on top quality. Hannah Israel Dallas 678the deer farming license, contact the 363-3199 Georgia Department of Agriculture at New Zealand Whites rabbits for sale, (404) 656-3667. For information on $10 each; also mixed rabbits, $10 ea., licenses of other species of hoofed San Juan rabbits grown, $20 each. Kelly stock (except llama and buffalo), con- Lane Covington 404-558-3028 tact the Georgia Department of Natu- Purebred, New Zealand Red $45 and ral Resources Special Permit Unit at New Zealand Whites $30, with papers, (770) 761-3044. Individuals submitting ARBA, AFNZRC, DRBA. Linda Lee advertisements to buy and sell regu- Dawsonville 706-531-4785 lated hoofed stock in the Market Bul- San Juan rabbits $10. Janice Eskew letin must provide a photocopy of the Newnan 770-827-6860 appropriate license with their ad. Three rabbit cages $125, total for all three. Dianne Hannan Silver Creek rchannan@aol.com 770-546-1110

Rabbits

Livestock Wanted

If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. Items listed in the Livestock Wanted category must be for specific livestock; for instance, “want 3 or 4-yr. old quarter horse gelding, approx. 16 hds., suitable for moderately experienced rider.” Generalized ads, such as “want horses, any amount,” are not acceptable for publication; neither are ads for free or unwanted livestock. Longhorn, dairy calves and Nubian doelings; will bottle feed, also old or unwanted horse mares for companions. Gerald Garnto Commerce 706-335-2226 Want one miniature jack donkey, must be white. Andrew Edwards Dacula 770963-3956 Want to buy goats, hogs, sheep, purebreed or mixed breed, also want 80 lbs. and up whether goats. Wayne Green Bremen 770-841-6815 WTB Texas Longhorns bred heifers or calves; prefer bright splashy colors. Mike Hill Ellijay 706-636-9536

Livestock Handling If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. 12-feet sliding stall panels, feed gate, wood inserts; all hardware, pictures available, $425. Lesa Camp Griffin 770412-7157 16-feet Gooseneck livestock trailer; solid floor, light rust on body, needs new lights, $1,500. Brandon Logue Gordon 478-960-6342 2001 Chaparral stock trailer, bumper pulled, 16 feet long, four-feet section with escape door, four new tires, $2,400. Rondal Fields Clermont 770-983-7104

Feed, Hay And Grain If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722.

All hay ads must contain the variety of hay offered for sale; i.e., Coastal bermuda hay, Alicia hay, etc. $11, alfalfa; square bales, no weeds or beetles, horse quality, average 70 pounds plus. Mary Clark Newborn 678625-0338 $25 Fescue/Bermuda mixed; 4x5 rolls, cut & baled without rain; 3 or more $20 each. T.W. Dean Newborn 770-2174392 $35; 2013 large 4x5 rolls, fescue, orchardgrass, fertilized, in barn; also 2012 rolls, $25. Jimmy Leatherman Carrollton 770-834-8333 $4; 2013 fescue, orchardgrass hay, horse quality; heavy square bales, fertilized, limed, rain-free. Lamar Long Chatsworth 706-695-5906 $40; 2013, bermuda 4x5 rolls, net wrapped; fescue, $30, in barn. Terry Stephenson Commerce 706-207-5279 $40; 4x5 rolls, bermuda, fescue mix, fertilized, lime, net wrapped; 2013 4x5 cow hay, $25, all in barn. James Sells Monroe 770-267-8603 $50; large rolls, bermuda, fescue mix, in barn, horse quality, can deliver, cow hay, $20. Jay Townsend Monroe 678618-6992 ‘12 and ‘13 Bermuda: 4x5, roll and square; fescue, orchard mix, sprayed, fertilized, limed, $25, $30 and $35. J.W. Loudermilk Mt. Airy 706-499-4167 706499-4169 ‘13 bermuda, high quality, $5.50; fescue, high quality, $4.25; bermuda, rye, $5; price at barn, delivery available. Alvin Guillebeau Monroe 770-267-8929

‘13 Tift 44 bermuda; large, 4x5 rolls, net wrapped, limed and fertilized, $50 per roll and undercover. Everett Parrott Gay 706-538-1263 2012 alicia, coastal, Tift 9; 4x6 rolls, $40; 2013 alicia, coastal, Tift 9; 4x6 rolls, $60 in field. Billy Silas Gibson 706-5989900 2012 bermuda and rye; 4X5 rolls, fertilized, weed-free, top quality, barnstored, $30 per roll; outside, $15 per roll. Billy Ewing Madison 770-713-9288 2012 bermuda hay for sale; Tift 44. $4 per bale, well-fertilized, kept in barn, horse quality. Helmut Cawthon Rome 706-346-9064 2012 bermuda, fescue mix; big bales, in barn, $2; square bales. Nancy Harris Winder 770-867-0733 2012 coastal hay, excellent quality, net wrapped, 1,000-pound rolls, irrigated, stored in barn, fertilized, $40; delivery available. F. Montgomery Junction City 706-269-3270 706-366-1956 2012 horse quality, bermuda, also mulch hay; square bales only, delivery available; Monroe County. Jimmy Waldrep Forsyth 478-994-0701 2012 square bales for mulch, $2 each, approximately 30 bales. Dwight Bobo 1413 Turkey Mountain Road Rome 30161 706-291-8300 2012; horse quality, rain-free, limed, fertilized coastal bermuda hay, net wrapped, 4x5, large bales, good hay, $50; 150 bales. Grace Brady Hephzibah 706-231-0985 2013 4x5 coastal, $35, in the field, 25 or more $30; baled 8/28, net wrapped; hauling available. Frank Malcolm Newborn malcolmfrank0@gmail.com 770-598-7192 2013 4x5 rolls, bermuda, fescue mix, $24;Tift 44 rolls, $40, square bales for $6; delivery available. Charlie Pittman Monroe 404-456-7653 2013 4x6 coastal and crabgrass mix; net wrapped, $20 per roll. Mitch Bradberry Bishop 706-338-3290 706-7695679 2013 alicia and Tift 85 4x5 rolls, wellfertilized and weed-free. Stephen Wilson Wray 912-592-8655 2013 alicia bermuda grass hay; average 900-pound rolls. Fred Flecther Sparks 229-546-5188 2013 alicia bermuda, well fertilized, round and square bales. JoAn Young Locust Grove 770-722-9770 2013 alicia bermuda; 4x5 round bales, horse-quality, netwrapped, rain-free, fertilized and weed-free, stored covered. Jill Lancaster Forsyth 478-994-6768 2013 bermuda and mixed grass; 4√ó5 bales, 150 rolls available in field, $30 . Chris Crawford Warm Springs 770-5840110 2013 bermuda hay and fescue, bermuda mix, 4x5 round rolls, netwrapped, fresh cut, $35 to $40; delivery available. Jack Jenkins Athens 706-286-4438 2013 bermuda, fescue mix; square bales, $5; barn kept, sprayed and fertilized; delivery available. Kenny Sargent Rockmart 770-490-1227 2013 bermuda, horse quality, square and round bales, delivery available, cow hay also. Durand Deal Tifton durandwdeal@hotmail.com 229-388-5054 2013 bermuda, orchard, fescue, rye round bales, $25; square bales, $5. Grady Roberts Aragon 770-684-9866 2013 bermuda; horse quality, square bales, $6, fertilized, rainfree, in barn; 4x5 round bales, 55 for bermuda. Guy Seals Hiram 770-942-3759 2013 bermuda; square bales, weed free, $6 per bale. Sherrel Astin Villa Rica 678-794-0880 2013 coastal bermuda and bahia, 4x5 bales, in barn $45; delivery available. Stephen Bell Milledgeville 478-4148043 2013 coastal bermuda hay, 4x5 rolls, limed and fertilized, $40. Michael Dubose Junction City 706-366-1665 2013 coastal bermuda hay, horse quality, $4.50 per bale at barn, delivery available. Glenn Brinson 6482 Old Louisville Rd. Tarrytown 912-288-5960 2013 coastal bermuda hay; 4x5 roll, net wrapped, stored in barn. Fred Sackett Butler 478-862-5120 2013 Coastal Bermuda hay; horse quality, guaranteed, fertilized, UGA soil, specs, square 4x5, round bales in barn, delivery, stack available. Olin Trammell Forsyth 478-994-6463 478-960-7239 2013 coastal bermuda hay; horse, cow, mulch quality, square bales, $4.50, rolls; call for prices. Curtis Durden Lyons 912-526-3189 912-245-1081

2013 coastal bermuda, fescue mix hay; baled Aug. 13, second cutting, sprayed 5x5 round bale, $30; negotiable. Stacey Burden Comer 706-783-5840 706-7147194 2013 coastal bermuda, well fertilized; round and square bales, horse quality. Nicki Halstead Barnesville 678-9727111 2013 coastal bermuda; 4x5 net wrapped, round bales, horse quality, in the barn, $50 per bale, square bales $6. Jim Benton Register 912-682-0812 2013 coastal bermuda; square bale well limed, fertilized, $6.50 we deliver; bermuda mixed rye, $5.50 bale. Rhonda McCracken Newnan 770-304-2487 2013 coastal, russell, large 4x6 bale, John Deere net wrapped, stored in barn, horse quality, $50; can deliver. William Stevens Gray 478-214-1257 2013 combine run, oats, bulk, $5 per bushel. Frank Eaton Buckhead 706342-0727 706-474-0689 2013 common bermuda, johnsongrass, 5X5 unwrapped rolls, good cow hay, $40 at farm. Ray Gilbert Bishop 706-769-5820 706-296-4360 2013 cow hay, $35 per roll, 1,000 pounds; fertilized, rain free, net wrapped. Charles Crumbley Watkinsville 706-3389000 706-338-9959 2013 fall cutting, mixed hay for cows; 5x5 rolls in field, $18 per roll; 150 to 200 rolls available. Mark Floyd Adairsville 678-986-2126 2013 feed oats for sale; harvested before rain set in. Scott Price Wrightsville 478-290-4419 2013 fertilized, square bale hay; timothy, orchard mix, $6 at barn, or 500 bales or more at barn, $5 per bale; delivery available. C.C. Hemphill Blairsville 706-745-4414 2013 fescue bermuda mix; good hay, net wrapped in barn, fertilized, 4x5 bales. Glen Whitley Bethlehem 770867-2718 2013 fescue hay; good quality, $4.50 per bale, at barn. Gordon Cown Monroe 770-207-6983 2013 fescue mix; 4x4 rolls, $2; sprayed and fertilized. William Windom Carrollton 770-834-1814 678-988-3729 2013 fescue, bermuda mix hay; 4x5 round $40; square bales, $4.50; mulch hay, square bales, $2.75, round $25. Ricky Anderson Taylorsville 404-4028470 2013 fescue, bermuda mix; 5x5, rainfree in barn, $40; 2012 fescue, bermuda mix, rain-free in barn, $30. Jimmy Neisler Cumming 770-889-1719 2013 fescue, bermuda mix; all kept in barn, 4x4 rolls, $30; $5 squares. Burton Eichel Thomson 706-421-4945 2013 fescue, bermuda mixed grass hay, 4x5 rolls, $20 per roll. Tom Benkoski Bostwick 706-342-4807 2013 fescue, orchard; excellent quality, dry in barn, $3.50 per bale. Chris Donath Ellijay 706-636-5224 2013 fescue; quality square bales, approximately 50-plus pounds, fertilized, limed, barn stored, $5 per bale, limited delivery available. Johnson Locust Grove 770-898-7811 2013 fescue; square bales, rain free, barn kept, $3 a bale. Danny Little Felton 770-646-8708 2013 hay for sale; good clean fescue mix; 4x5 tight rolls; can deliver. Jason Eason Royston 706-246-5453 2013 horse quality fescue, clover; square bales, dry in barn, $3.50 each. Louis Beal Ellijay 770-344-8527 2013 Pennington Max Q endophyte friendly fescue hay; square bales, limed and fertilized, fain free, $6 per bale. Edward Little Locust Grove 770-957-5369 2013 pure orchardgrass; pure bermuda, pure alfalfa, square and round bales, rain and weed-free, $8; can deliver. David Harden Lafayette slowfoot1@windstream.net 706-397-8347 2013 round bales, cow hay fescue, orchardgrass mix, $20 per roll. Gabe Merk Commerce 706-367-5972 2013 rye, coastal mix; horse quality; 4x6 round bales, $50; square bales, $5.25; high-protein coastal, crabgrass mix; round bales, $40. Tony Smith Monticello 706-476-2051 2013 ryegrass, premium horse hay, quality guaranteed, fertilized, 4x5 round bales in barn; delivery available, $30. L. Trammell Juliette 478-550-7898 2013 square bales; fescue, crown vetch, $4.25; ryegrass, $3.50; round bales 6x5.5 feet, $40 to $50. Jim Robinson Good Hope 770-207-4700 2013 Tift 44 hay, 4x5 rolls, horse quality, $50; cow quality, $40. Bob Richards Rutledge 770-519-8090

2013 Tift 44, 4x5 net wrapped, fertilized, horse quality hay, $40 per roll. Jack Thompson Haralson 770-283-9345 2013 Tift 44, round bales, barn stored, excellent quality; leave message. John Hanington Sasser 229-995-5446 2013 Tift 85; 4x5 net wrapped, average 900 pounds. Allen Boyd Tifton 229-3924450 2013 Tifton 44 hay; square bales, $5.50; round bales, $40. Roy Gandy 5408 Wildcat Bridge Road Royston 30662 706-498-1818 2013 UGA fertilized coastal bermuda hay, 4x5 bales in barn; pick up or delivery available. Clinton Hardie Ivey 478808-1458 2013 wheat straw, square bales, barn stored, $2 per bale. Darrell Skaling Barney 229-305-7435 2013, alicia bermuda hay, $30 roll and up, in barn, while supplies last; local delivery available. Henry Beckworth Gibson 706-598-2106 2013, bermuda, fescue, orchardgrass, horse quality, square bales, net wrapped rolls, $40 in barn. R.J. Campbell Rockmart 706-936-3294 770-686-9563 2013; 4x5 alicia bermuda, rain-free, well-fertilized, net wrapped, barn stored, $45. Marcus Sapp Barney 229-5636255 2013; 4x5 bales, fescue and coastal; pick up behind baler or in barn, also square bales, weed-free and fertilized. James Rutledge McDonough 678-3726443 2013; 4x5 net wrapped bermuda, cow quality, $40; horse quality, $60. R. Wilson Waynesboro 706-551-6059 2013; 4x5 roll of coastal bermuda cow hay, $40. Rex Register Hahira 229-5611462 2013; 4x5 rolls, fescue bermuda mix, net wrapped, $30,100/150 rolls; will deliver for $5 per bale, minimum 10. Joe Akin Fayetteville 770-461-1261 2013; 4x5, fescue sprayed and fertilized in barn; horse quailty, $30. Charlie Chastain Talking Rock 770-893-9013 2013; horse quality bermuda; round bales, cow hay available as well. Don Fulkerson Milner 770-584-9602 2013; one st. cutting, fescue, orchardgrass; 4x5 rolls, $27; covered, 2012, barn kept, $20. Jim Woodall Epworth 706-632-8802 4x5 John Deere rolls; first cutting of fescue, rye; second cutting of fescue, bermuda and millet, $20. Mark Ledford Commerce 706-658-6455 4x5 mulch hay; net wrapped, $20 each, no hauling. Wade Simpson McDonough 404-732-7255 4x5 rolls, fescue mix hay, barn stored, fertilized, horse quality, $35 each; also mulch hay for $15 each. Rodney Johnson Tallapoosa 678-378-6562 770-5747246 4x6, rain free, round bales; coastal mix hay; good for horses or cows, $35. Milam Elko 478-320-2916 478-335-2564 5x6-feet round bales of mixed hay. G. Dixon Elberton 706-285-2155 706-7647988 Alfalfa bermuda mixed square bales, $10 per bale. Billy Fountain Villa Rica 770-328-2966 770-328-2966 Alfalfa hay, 60-pound bales, delivery available; Perry. Alisha Hall Fort Valley 864-391-1983 Alicia and coastal bermuda 4x5 bales, $50 per bale, cow, $55 per bale, sheltered horse hay; old square bales, $4 per bale. Doug Huff Dearing 706-8331163 Bermuda & Bahia; 4x5 net wrap, in barn never wet, $30 & $35; delivery available. James Sibley Woodbury jasibley@earthlink.net 404-434-8081 Bermuda sprigs, alicia, coastal russell and Tift 85; also custom planting. Ronnie Hart Guyton 912-665-2261 Bermuda, fescue. rye hay, heavily fertilized, rain-free, horse quality, $7 per square, $50 per round, delivery available; Carrollton, Powder Springs. S. Stana Powder Springs 770-241-3201 Coastal bermuda hay, 4x4 round bales, hay has been fertilized and sprayed for weeds, $40 per bale. Lowinston Jackson Luthersville 770-583-2385 Coastal bermuda hay; 10 or more, square bales, $5 field; $6 in barn, round, $35. Leonard Kinsley Perry 478-7149900 Coastal, bahia mixed; large 800 to 1,000-pound bales, baled with Claas baler, $60 inside barn, $35 to $45 outside. Coy Baker Loganville 770-466-4609 Combine-run wheat; in 30-bushel bags, $165 per bag. Dennis Cagle Elberton 706-988-1955

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Bulletin Calendar Sept. 17 – 19 27th Georgia Peanut Tour Various locations Valdosta, Ga. 229-386-3470   Sept. 19 – 22 Horseman’s Quarter Horse Association Fall Circuit Horse Show Georgia National Fairgrounds Perry, Ga. 770-294-1099   Sept. 20 Vegetable Growers Workshop UGA Research and Education Garden Griffin, Ga. 770-228-7214   Sept. 21 Farm Heritage Day Hunter Cattle Company Brooklet, Ga. 912-823-2333   Sept. 22 – 24 Garden Bloggers Conference Grand Hyatt Buckhead Atlanta, Ga. info@multifamily-social-media.com   Sept. 23 Urban Ag Council meeting on policy, reform and labor Villa Christina at Perimeter Summit Atlanta, Ga. 1-800-687-6949   Sept. 24 – 25 Georgia Poultry Conference Classic Center Athens, Ga. 706-542-1325   Starting a New Food Business in Georgia UGA Extension Food Science Teaching Facility Athens, Ga. 706-542-2574   Sept. 25 Vet School for a Day UGA College of Veterinary Medicine Athens, Ga. 706-542-8411  

Sept. 25 Registration deadline for The Sustainable Agriculture Conference for New and Beginner Farms Oconee County Civic Center Watkinsville, Ga. 706-613-0122

 

Sept. 25 – 26 International Agribusiness Conference & Expo Savannah International Trade & Convention Center Savannah, Ga. 912-478-5555  

Sept. 26 National Teach Ag Day  

Sept. 28 Georgia Grown Farmer Showcase Centennial Olympic Park Atlanta, Ga. 404-656-3689  

Udder Mud Run Georgia FFA-FCCLA Center Covington, Ga. www.uddermudrun.com  

 

4-H State Forestry Field Day Contest Rock Eagle 4-H Center Eatonton, Ga.

Oct. 3 The Sustainable Agriculture Conference for New and Beginner Farms Oconee County Civic Center Watkinsville, Ga. 706-613-0122  

Oct. 3 – 6 4-H Regional Volunteer Conference of Southern States Rock Eagle 4-H Center Eatonton, Ga.  

D&R Global Enterprises NBHA Georgia State Championship Georgia International Horse Park Conyers, Ga. 770-775-9023  

Oct. 3 – 13 Georgia National Fair Perry, Ga.  

Oct. 5 Sigma Alpha’s Baby Bull Run benefitting Heifer International Stegeman Coliseum Athens, Ga. cdemille@uga.edu

Additional pesticide recertification training notices are available on the Department website under the Plant Industry Division tab. Livestock auctions listed in the Market Bulletin may offer related items for sale. Notices for auctions selling any items other than livestock must be accompanied by the auction license number of the principal auctioneer or firm conduction the auction, per state regulations. Notices without this information cannot be published. Have an event to put on our calendar? Contact Dallas Duncan at 404-656-3722 or dallas.duncan@agr.georgia.gov.

Countryside organic feed, 50-pound bags of chicken starter and layer feed available. Ken Swaim Carlton 706-2246806 Ear corn for sale; available by midSeptember; price based on quantity purchased. Ed Trice Thomaston 706647-8335 Fescue hay, heavily fertilized, rain free, horse quality, sq. bale, $5, in barn. Nolan Haygood Dawsonville 706-265-2361 Fescue mixed, $15 per roll; 4x5, net wrapped; can deliver. Phillip Martin Toccoa 706-886-2573 Hay for sale; top quality, 4x5 bermuda rolls, net wrapped and well fertilized, $30 per roll. Larry Cox Waynesboro 706-829-4174 Hay: 2013 fescue, bahia, bermuda; fertilized, conditioned, twine wrap, 5x5 half rolls, $34, will load. Rick Wansley Elberton 706-283-8324 706-498-6567 Hay; coastal bermuda, 4x5 rolls fresh cut, net wrap, nine rolls, 425; 10, $20. Rubin Britton Box Springs Rubinpeggyb109@aol.com 706-269-9000 706366-6148 Horse quality bermuda hay; 25,000 square bales, 500 round bales; 500 round peanut hay. Paul Harris Odum 912-294-2470 Horse quality fescue and orchardgrass hay; 5x4, $32, 5x5 $40; square, $3.75 in field, quantity discounts available. W. Dunaway Rome 706-235-7311

Horse quality hay; 2012, stored in barn, square, $3.50; round, 4x5, $35. W. Terry Dishroon Mansfield 770-317-8455 Horse quality, well-fertilized fescue, orchardgrass, 4x5 rolls in barn on pallets, $50. Andy Cooper Hiram 770-2355039 Now taking orders for second cutting; coastal, fescue mix, fertilized, will run 4x4 or 4x5 rolls; field, barn prices. Jim Pierce Waverly Hall 706-582-3846 404372-8631 Quality coastal bermuda hay; net wrapped in barn, will deliver; 1,000-pound roll. Lan Little Lyons 912536-8513 Round bale hay, $50 each, August 2013 cut; delivery within 20 miles of Rutledge, extra depending on quantity. Steven Neal Rutledge rutledge_hay@ bellsouth.net 770-605-0460 Round bales; 4x4, rain-free, fescue, orchardgrass, $10 per bale while they last; delivery available. Ron Smith LaFayette jpetrel@floorsoft.com 706-537-8841 Russell bermuda hay; 4x5 bale, 2013, $45 delivered; 2012, $30 delivered (30 bale minimum). Tommy Rider Waynesboro 706-554-9785 Russell hay, 4x5 round $45, small square $6; rye also available. Michael Bugden Newnan 678-428-2917 Shelled yellow feed corn; sold by the barrel or bag. Robert Montgomery Reynolds 478-847-2356

Tift 44, bermuda; excellent horse quality, fertilized and dry in barn, $5 per bale. Paige Bullock Dallas 770-445-2107 Tifton 44 bermuda; premium horse quality, fertilized, weed and crabgrass free, 4x5 rolls, $70; Bermuda, ryegrass mix, $60. Tim Hunter Conyers 770-4838712 770-922-6653 USDA organic corn; 50-pound bags and one-ton totes; late September, $15 a bag and $540 a tote. Adam Sheridan Bowersville farmer@gofarm.us 706371-6447 Wheat straw; round rolls in field, $12 a roll. Randy Roper Royston 706-6800856

Feed, Hay And Grain Wanted I’m looking for sour hay that is no longer fit for animal use for free, really cheap. Shaina Alexander Clermont salexander421@gmail.com 678-936-4480 Want reasonably priced good quality alfalfa or mixed; delivered to Dallas, Ga. Murl Hardy Dallas mhardy@ipcinc.com 404-372-1888

Ag Seed For Sale If you have questions regarding this category, call 404-656-3722.

Advertisers of agricultural seed must submit a current state laboratory report (not more than 9 months old) for purity, noxious weeds and germination for each seed lot advertised. A seed lot must be uniform and not exceed 400 50-lb. bags. Laboratory reports will be returned upon request. Any ads for agricultural seed submitted for publication without this documentation will not be published. Licensed seed dealers cannot advertise seed in the Market Bulletin. Certain varieties of seed are protected from propagation unless they are grown as a class of certified seed. For example, wheat seed such as Florida 304, Coker 9152, Coker 9835 and soybean seed, such as Prichard and Benning, may not be propagated for sale unless the seed has been grown as a class of certified seed. Propagation of such seed is a violation of the Plant Variety Protection Act and the Federal Seed Act. If you have questions regarding certified seed, call the Market Bulletin office or the Georgia Department of Agriculture Seed Division at (404) 656-5584.

Florida 501 oats seed; clean, 95 percent germinated, bulk only. John Bullington Cordele 229-273-3597 Roberts wheat, cleaned and bagged, 50-pound bags, $8 per bag; quantity discount, daytime only. Brent Mize Royston 706-308-8300 Wrens Abruzzi rye seed, $15; 80 percent germinated, no weed, 396 bags, cleaned and treated. David Jarriel Collins 912-314-5781

Ag Plants for Sale If you have questions regarding this category, call 404-656-3722. Alicia, coastal, Tift 85, Tift 78, Tift 44, russell; perennial peanuts, custom planting since 1974. Ray Beaty Coolidge 229-224-8294 Banana trees; four to seven feet tall, 2 years old in containers, $15 to $25. Mary Chandler Greenville mc1441xray@hotmail.com 770-328-1041 Bare-root Chandler strawberry plants; naturally grown without chemical fertilizers, herbicides or pesticides. Julia Asherman Jeffersonville jasher@saic.edu 617-777-0117 Bermudagrass sprigs; alicia, russell, coastal,Tift 85, 44, 78, also custom planting available. Floyd Knowles McRae 229-315-0409 229-362-4855 Blueberry plants, potted 16-inches to 24-inches; Brightwell and Powder Blues; $6 each, volume discount available. John Lane Odum 912-294-1955 Egyptian multiplying onions bulbs, $15, half-gallon, postage paid. Jimmy Bowden Woodbury 706-553-2999 Fig bushes, Concord grapes, Kiowa blackberry; hugh berries. Betty Stephens Monroe 770-267-5055 Fig trees: Brown turkey variety; 1-year and 3-year-old trees. John Jeffords Homerville 912-520-0431 Greasy green collard seeds, $2 per teaspooon; send SASE with payment to address shown. Barry R Pittman 4121 Lampp Road Gibson 30810 706-5983664 Japanese maples and other types of trees, hydrangeas, viburnums, perennial flowers, many types of shrubs. Ellen Cooke Bremen ajaxkidone@yahoo.com 770-824-5722 Japanese maples; many varieties and sizes; full size trees available; red and green colors; great prices. Jim Vceccie Fayetteville jveccie@gmail.com 770652-6127

Wednesday, SEPTEMBER 18, 2013

Maple tree, three-feet diameter; 100 years old, $125. R. Dangar 1062 Liberty Grove Rd Alpharetta 30004 770-3776411 Mature bare-rooted red raspberry; bear June and September, $4; 100-plus $3; will ship. Stan Gray Ellijay gray@ellijay.com 706-635-4535 Multiplying onions, $18 per gallon; $6 shipping. Janda Pruitt Waleska 706337-2544 Old time white multiplying onions, $6 per quart plus $6 shipping. Amory Hall 130 Ellison St. Maysville 30558 706652-2521 Passiflora collector; selling due to health, many species, all colors, some rare other plants. Bill Barron Columbus 706-327-0626 Pecan trees: Taking orders for January 2015; call for varieties; Browndale Pecan Farms. Andy Smith Hawkinsville 478-808-0915 478-225-8433 Tree hydrangea, (Tardiva) in threegallon; beautyberries, white and purple, crape myrtle, five gallon; arborvitae green giant, three gallon. Ted Shearouse Waleska 770-843-7269 White peach seedlings; 12 to 24-inches tall freestone, $1 each, can mail postage extra, also larger sizes, pick up only. Margaret Hottle Union City 404-3440568

Ag Seed/Plants Wanted Ginger plants; any variety and Star Cactus. Edna Bowers Albany 229-4364244 Want to buy Abruzzi rye seeds. Jim Thomas Lilburn 673-359-3182 Want to buy; Abruzzi rye seeds. J. Thomas Winder 678-859-3182 Wanted: eight-ounce rubbed sage with strong sage taste. Ron Winstead Cohutta 706-537-1632 Wanted: Luffa sponge seeds. Frances Keller Lithonia 770-482-2762

Flowers For Sale If you have questions about this category, call 404-656-3722.

Flower seed offered for sale has not been tested for germination since it often is collected in very limited quantities. 100 variegated liriope gallon pots, $175; 100 mondo gallon pots, $175; Nandina D. bushes, three-gallons, $10. J.H. Patman Athens 706-549-4467 2012 seeds: touch-me-nots, Columbine, blanket flower, Gloriosa daisy (sow now); zinnia, marigold (sow in spring), $1 per packet, LSA-2-SE. Melissa Lawler 116 Nelson Oaks Drive Ball Ground 30107-2798 770-735-3679 2013 poppies foxglove, sweet william larkspur seed for sale, $1 per half-teaspoon, SASE. Sara O’Shields PO Box 185 Tate 30177 770-735-3657 4-year-old Lenten roses (Hellebores), ready to bloom in January, $4; pachysandra, 50 plants, $10. Carol Olson Marietta carololsonmar@hotmail.com 770-998-1076 Angel trumpets, banana trees, Confederate roses, black magic elephant ears, ginger lillies, lotus, pond plants and more. Patrice Cook Covington 770787-6141 Angel trumpets, Christmas roses (Helleborus), $5; hydrangeas, nandinas, ferns, forsythia, beauty berries, Siberian iris, weeping cherries, $3. Carla Houghton Marietta 770-428-2227 Azaleas, Japanese maples, roses, gardenia hydrangers, hosta and more. Linda Waites Fairburn 770-964-6414 Black bamboo, golden bamboo, beauty berry, cannas, all colors and more. David Pelton Covington 678-654-0571 Bottlebrush buckeye, swamp hibiscus, abelia, bride’s wreath. Perry Stephens Monroe 770-267-5053 Castor bean seed; 20 for $3, cash only with SASE, two stamps. R. Newbold 90 Todd Rd Senoia 30276 Coreopsis, columbine, sweet peas, pink yarrow, spider plant, Queen Anne, $2 per tablespoon, SASE. L. Brooks 690 New Rosedale Rd. Armuchee 30105 Crape myrtle, pink seven white, $5; dogwood trees, 25 feet for $90, you dig. M. H. Thompson 4850 Candacraig Alpharetta 30022 770-442-1561 Daylilies, Stella D’Oro, every-blooming dwarf, 20 fans (plants) for $26.95, shipping included. M.M. Haynes 275 Pine Crest Drive Canton 30114 770-4795224 Daylilies; 1,000 hybrids, none over $5. Mary Denney Newnan ferncove98@aol. com 770-367-5095

Daylilies; entire stock, hybridizer fields, make a deal, put you into business, landscapers dream, mass quantities. Brenda Brannock Hiawassee 706-8962700 Downsizing garden; free, fair sized shrubs, elephant ears, iris, and more; email for full list; you dig. Teja Norcross gardening4u@gmail.com 770-300-9891 Evergreen trees from three feet to 20 feet, great for privacy; Thuja Green Giants, Cryptomeria, Carolina Sapphire, Deodar Cedar. Kelly Wilson Griffin mapletreefarm99yahoo.com 770-365-1530 Fall is planting time for boxwood, yew, spira, dwarf gardenia, camelia, sasanqua, windmill and pindo palms, century plants. Myrtle Russell Bonaire robertrussell@bellsouth.net 478-923-1951 Floating water lettuce for ponds; keeps water clear, $1 each or five for $4. Teresa Kenton Lilburn 678-677-2095 Four-inch perennials, 350 varieties, $1.50 each including Helleborus; onegallon grafted Japanese maples, $20 to $25; display garden. Selah Ahlstrom Jackson 770-775-4967 Free: Liriope; lots of it. Jay Harrison Statham 770-725-8177 Hostas: 30 percent off; 200 varieties, minis to extra large, two miles beyond Zion Hill Church; Friday, Saturday Sunday or appointment. Dee Little Ellijay 706-635-4891 Japanese maples, brown turkey fig bushes, azalea and camellia plants; special prices. L. B. Denney Tyrone 770631-0242 Large SASE: $1 each, large package seeds, specify: larkspur, foxglove, sweet william, oriental or shirley poppy, hollyhock, coneflower. N. Crosby 1308 Seaway NE Townsend 31331 Liriope, mondo grass, $2, gallon pot. Barry Lackey Roswell 770-475-9216 Night blooming Cereus - red, white; xlarge pencials, aloe, jade, star begonia, many more, $2 and up. Nancy Rosser Powder Springs 770-943-1915 Red castor bean seeds; 25 for $3 or 100 for $10 cash, SASE, two stamps. Joy Shelnutt Box 1212 Loganville 30052 Registered Japanese maples, palm trees, banana shrubs, hibiscus, crape myrtles, lemon trees. Rick Meadows Augusta 706-833-9320 Reseeding petunias mixed; angel trumpets, double purple or double yellow, $1 per packet with SASE. Carolyn Arnold 644 Lynn Ave. Jefferson 30549 Seeds: altheas (Rose of Sharon), Jerusalem cherry, yucca, hibiscus, 4 o’clocks, orange cosmos; cash only, $1 per teaspoon, SASE. Gail Wilson 1020 B. Wilson Rd. Commerce 30529 Seeds: gold cosmos, black-eyed Susan, 4 o’clocks, zinnias, verbena, white Rose of Campion, $2 per tablespoon, SASE. F. Brooks 674 New Rosedale Rd. Armuchee 30105 Seeds: Kniola’s black morning glory, pink morning glory, marigold, harlequin marigold, $1 with SASE. Diane Shuler Temple 770-686-1263 Seeds: Mullein pink, touch-me-nots, half-teaspoon, $1; money plant, morning glory, hibiscus, devil’s trumpet, siberian iris, 4 o’clocks, $1 per teaspoon; SASE, cash only. G. Robertson 2966 Cardinal Lake Cir. Duluth 30096 Touch-me-not, mexican sunflowers, 4 o’clock, tiger lily, money plant, cleome, shasta daisy, $1 each; SASE. B. Savage 3017 Atkins Dr. Gainesville 30507 Weeping uanpon, nandinias, hosta, daylilies, gardenias, hygrandeas, angel trumpets. snowdrop buds wanding Jen, snowball, canna. Mary K Whitlock East Point 404-767-2748 White Mount Hood daffodils, $7 per dozen; $7 shipping; mole bean seed, blue bells, $7 per dozen; irises and more. E. Beach Duluth 770-476-1163 Zinnia, Old Maids now, $1 per two tablespoons; $2 for whole cup; cash, SASE. Mildred Bryan 916 Elm Dr. Monroe 30655 770-267-3098

This “gourd egg” was recently laid by one of Jane Echols’ Ameracauna hens in Cumming, Ga.

Wednesday, SEPTEMBER 18, 2013

Flowers Requiring Permits If you have questions regarding this category, call 404-656-3722. The Georgia Wildflower Protection Act requires that shipments of officially protected plants be accompanied by transport tags displaying a permit number issued by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. Ladyslipper Orchids and Goldenseal are examples of protected plants. When advertising protected plants in the Market Bulletin, please submit a copy of your permit to sell protected plants. Ads submitted without this information will not be published. For further information on the sale or shipment of protected plants, contact: Nongame Conservation Section, 2065 U.S. Hwy. 278 SE, Social Circle, GA 30025, (770) 918-6411.

Flowers Wanted Old fashion climbing rose bushes and yellow azaleas, reasonably priced. Ernest How Eatonton 478-718-5366 Wanted: Hollyhock seeds and re-seeding; old fashioned impatiens, plants or seeds. Ron Bourne Gainesville 770503-5696

Miscellaneous If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. The Miscellaneous category includes the following subcategories: bees, honey and supplies; things to eat; herbs; fish and supplies; fertilizers and mulches; oddities; miscellaneous wanted; notices; garden space; notices; out-of-state wanted; firewood, timber; and Christmas trees. Only one ad per household is permitted in the Miscellaneous category. 100-feet greenhouse extra parts, accessories tables, fans, heaters, worm bins, pots, trays, fencing $2,500. Kim Santoloci Thomaston 808-651-3598

Bees, Honey & Supplies 10-frame hives of bees, young queens, empty hives, supers, raw honey, heavy extra equipment; closed Saturdays. Edward Colston Taylorsville 770-382-9619 2013 local honey, natural, unprocessed, half-pint, $6, pint $10; call after 6 p.m. Bobby Mckinzie 5345 Benji Dr. Suwanee 30024 carolynmckinzie@bellsouth.net 770-476-3417 All natural, pure, unprocessed honey, sizes available: eight-ounce bears, 16-ounce size, quart and comb honey. Jimmy Brown Jackson 770-775-0157 678-448-7781 Bee equipment wanted; will remove swarms for free; remove unwanted bees from a structure for a fee. Leonard Day Macon 478-719-5588 Bee removal, metro Atlanta and west Georgia areas, work guaranteed. W.O. Canady Winston 770-942-3887 Carpenter bee strap, handcrafted wood trap that really works, $20 or three for $50. Jack Snyder 265 Eagle Pass Lane Hephzibah 30815 706-5547959 Gallberry honey, voted best tasting honey 2010 in the state of Georgia, $46 per gallon, shipping included, www. brucesnutnhoney.com. Ben Bruce Homerville 912-487-2001 Have bee supers and frames for sale, numerous to list, and some brood boxes and brood frames. Lamar Owens Cedartown 770-314-9708 Homemade honey extractors for sale; four-frame, $125 each. Lane Cook Cleveland 706-214-3032 I’m looking for at least a four-frame honey extractor; interested in honey bee hive equipment. Durenda Wood Duluth 678-218-0400 Pick up swarms for free, removal from structures for a fee; will pick up, purchase unwanted beekeeping equipment. Dave Larson Mitchell 770-5429546 Quality Italian queens, $20 each plus postage, buy 10 get one free; five frame nucs, $110. William Tyre Jesup 912427-7869 Two complete hives and frames, two m/suits, tools and extra equipment, great for start-up beekeeper. Greg Morris Cumming 678-859-3752 Want to purchase wildflower honey in five-gallon buckets or 55-gallon drums. Jim Mabry Marietta jim@mabryfarm. com 770-993-4997

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Will come and pick up unwanted bees Water ground meal, whole wheat flour, and equipment; swarm removal, no grits, $5 for five pounds, plus postage; charge. Brent Nichols Brunswick 912- also, grind your grain. Mike Buckner Junction City 706-269-3630 266-5688 Yard eggs, from happy free ranging Things To Eat hens; mixed assorted, $2 per dozen, Use of the term “organic” requires special requests, $3 per dozen. Carol registration with the Georgia Depart- Williams Iron City swilliams1963@comment of Agriculture. Advertisements cast.net 239-784-7887 submitted without certificate of regisHerbs tration for items offered for sale cannot be published. For more informa- State law requires all ginseng dealtion, access the department website ers and growers to be registered with www.agr.state.ga.us and link from the the Georgia Department of Natural home page to the Organic Agriculture Resources. For more information, page and registration forms. Those contact the Nongame Conservation who do not have internet access or Section at (770) 918-6411 or at webare unable to download the forms, site www.georgiawildlife.com. should call 404-586-1140. Rare pepper seeds: ghost, nose-gay 100 percent free range eggs, $3 per peter, black pearl, chocolate habenero, dozen or $7.50 per flat. Susan Bragg $2 per packet with SASE. Ann Dutton Conyers 404-408-6151 3269 Five Forks Trickum Rd. Lilburn 2012 black walnuts, $20 per quart 30047 or $10 per pint plus poatage. Kathryn Red Mexican pepper tree seeds; Smith 297 Reagan Trail Dawsonville grows six feet tall, send $2 and SASE. 30534 kathryn.reagan.smit@gmail.com Xan Nichols Milledgeville 912-266-0855 706-265-6564 706-265-6564 Fish & Supplies 2012 Desirable pecans, $10 per pound plus postage. Russell Eaton Stockbridge Persons selling sterile triploid grass carp must have a Wild Animal License 770-506-2727 2012 shelled pecans, mostly halves, from the Georgia Department of Nat$8.50 per pound, plus postage, bagged ural Resources. Market Bulletin adin freezer, leave message. Franklin Eaton vertisements for sterile carp must be 4345 Marble Arch Way Flowery Branch accompanied by a photocopy of the advertiser’s license. For license infor30542 770-532-9340 770-532-6333 2012; cleaned black walnuts, $20 per mation, contact DNR Special Permit quart, local pick-up, no shipping. C. Unit at (770) 761-3044. $25 to $30 per pound; Big Red-EuroSheppard Macon 478-743-7680 2013 crop garlic, ready to eat, peans, Red Wigglers and worm castings plant; seven varieties. Patrick Shields plus shipping. Lew Bush Byron smokeDanielsville patandjan@windstream. fj@gmail.com 478-955-4780 10 to 12-inches sterile grass carp, net 706-795-3977 Angus beef, no antibiotics or hor- bluegill, hybrid bream, shellcracker, mones; dry-aged 17 days; one-quarter shad, catfish, minnows, weed analysis, or more available in early 2014; order electrofishing services. Keith and Kim www.sellfarm.com. Bill Farr Milner 770- Edge Soperton 478-697-8994 A-1 quality, channel catfish finger584-9727 Black Angus half: aged, 223.5 pounds, lings; graded, priced by size; accuheight, weight; grass-finished, no anti- rate weights, counts, guaranteed live, biotics, hormones, corn; inspected, fro- healthy, immediate delivery. J.F. Gilbert zen, delivered, $1,223. Arthur Ferdinand Thomaston 706-648-2062 770-4680725 Atlanta 404-867-8773 Blueberries; you pick, open for picking Bass, bluegill, crappie, catfish, redon June 28, Monday through Saturday; breast, shellcracker, grass carp, shad, we furnish everything; closed on Sunday. etc; most sizes, free delivery or pickup. Ted Wach 9748 Estes Rd. Bolingbroke/ Danny Austin Roberta 478-836-4938 Bass, bluegill, hybrid bream, channel Macon 31220 478-994-1120 Branch Farm fresh eggs, all sizes and catfish, sterile grass carp, statewide colors; pastured, free range chickens, dely. David Cochran Ellijay 706-889$4 per dozen. Katie Branch Bishop ka- 8113 tiebranch@att.net 706-296-5198 706- Bass, bluegill, shellcracker, hybrid bream, channel catfish, fingerling, ster296-5198 Crimson spineless okra for sale. Tom- ile grass carp; delivery available. Tony Chew Manchester 706-846-3657 my Scoggins Dallas 404-732-6538 Eggs, farm fresh, yummy and super Grass carp, bluegill, shellcracker healthy, store bought eggs no more, $3 bream, channel catfish fingerlings, bass, per dozen. Tanya Moore 1290 Moreland threadfin shad; delivery or pickup by apRoad Williamson 30292 770-228-9752 pointment only. Robert Brown Brooks Eggs: Free range farm fresh, $2.50 per 770-719-8039 dozen. Hoyt Copeland Grantville 770- Red wigglers and Europeans, $35 per pound, price includes shipping, send 480-6696 770-927-3816 Farm fresh eggs, $ 3 a dosen, brown check or money order. H.A. Riffe P.O. eggs. Molly Dobbins Dacula mollydob- Box 402 Buchanan 30113 770-6463812 bins@bellsouth.net 404-926-6559 Farm fresh free range chicken and Red wigglers and Europeans, great for duck eggs; dozen chicken eggs, $2.50, fishing, $35 per pound, price includes $5 flat, duck eggs dozen $4. Sabrina shipping. B. Newman Douglasville 770Ashley Murrayville ashleysga@yahoo. 942-7993 Red Wigglers for composting or fishcom 770-532-5920 Figs, $4.50 per gallon; good for pre- ing; worm castings, worm compost tea. serves and eating fresh; bring contain- D. Holman Covington 678-977-7944 ers. Rosey Glidewell Jackson 770-775- Red Wigglers, $2 per cup, $35 per fivegallon bucket, $100 per 25-gallon tub. 6592 For sale: Muscadines, $6 per gallon; Bruce Self Byron 478-538-6167 ready September, bronze and black. Several thousand pounds; channel James Berry Conyers 770-687-1145 catfish, sizes one to three pounds each. Orville Carver Douglas 912-384-5090 770-687-1125 Fresh brown and green eggs for sale, Stocking fish; catfish, blue gill, all size $3 a dozen. Linda Hunt Griffin 770-468- bass, carp; free delivery available, also fish ponds open. Ashley Todd Vidalia 4635 From our garden: tomatoes, green 912-293-7097 beans, eggplant, yellow squash, golden Fertilizers & Mulches egg squash, zucchini, okra, fresh eggs, basil. Beth Vrooman Winder 770-307- 2012; square bales in barn, $2 per bale, mulch hay. Paul Teems 1445 Bart 6127 Georgia cane syrup; 12 bottles per Manous Rd Canton 30115 770-231case; grown and cooled on farm, no 7414 corn added. Max Carter Douglas 912- 2013 wheat and oat straw, $2.50 per bale. Larry Cook Statham 706-202393-5253 Large (100-plus pounds) and medium 8083 (15 to 25 pounds) pumpkins for sale. 2013 wheat straw, $2.50 per bale at Charlie Thomas Cleveland 706-809-0515 barn, delivery available. Gary Brinson Muscadines and scuppernongs for 1934 Corsey Grove Way Tarrytown 912sale. Claudine Leachmon Bostwick 286-3191 2013 wheat straw; square bales; deliv706-342-2396 Organically grown Jerusalem Arti- ery in tractor trailer loads. James Hatchchokes, as low as $6 per pound plus er Macon 478-954-1688 shipping. Buddy Hutto 1501 N Houston 50 cents to $1 per pound, worm castLake Blvd Warner Robins 31093 bud- ings, great for any planting project, teas and repairing, you soil. Bush Byron dy260@cox.net 478-960-1329 Wanted: corn, pole beans and toma- sweetie1956@cox.net 478-955-4771 toes, figs, also fresh eggs within 75 miles 5x5 round bales mulch hay, $25 per of I-95 exit 3. Virginia House Kingsland roll. Tommy Dent Thomson 706-3592355 mvhouse@tds.net 912-882-5694

Aged horse manure mixed with shavings; can load. Monti Hight Macon 478960-2008 Aged horse manure, you load any time, I load, call for appointment, $10 truck, $20 trailer, $30 tandem. Chad Willams Smyrna 404-421-1775 207-776-8625 Clean pine straw, $4 per bale, delivered; spreading available, garden tilling, 32 years experience. Steve Schultheis Winder 770-235-1351 770-235-1351 Free aged manure, compost; ready to go on garden, easy access, will help load; Crabapple area. Kristina Macrae Alpharetta 770-410-0868 678-7930694 Free horse manure mixed with shavings, we load, you haul. Chris Hoyak Cleveland 706-348-1219 Free horse manure, mixed with shavings, will load. Bobby Bagley Cumming 678-947-4462 Free horse manure, mixed with shavings. Danny West Fayetteville 404-7714041 Free; you load manure, cow, goat, horse with shavings and bedding. V. Sudderth Commerce 678-283-0752 Horse manure, free to load yourself; $5 to load with tractor. Craig Brooks Gainesville 706-499-9720 Mulch hay for sale, $2 per bale, in barn; 300 bales. James Wylie Calhoun 770-596-4388 Mulch hay, square bales only; Monroe County. S. Reeves Forsyth 478-9944642 Square bales of mulch hay. Lamar Cox Fayetteville 404-824-7569 Urea 46 percent, SouthenStates; 50-pound bags, 120 total, $20 per bag. Lee Wright Fayetteville 404-384-7335 Wheat straw; large round bales in field; $15 a roll. Hal Fowler Carnesville 706491-7186 Wheat straw; premium, weed free, sheltered, tightly baled, 2013, $3; pick up south Fulton, Fairburn; delivery available. Bruce Thames Palmetto 770-8534038 Worm castings. J. Ayers Buchanan 770-826-3373

Poultry Litter/Compost To help connect suppliers with those in need of poultry compost, the Market Bulletin is including such advertisements in this portion of the Fertilizers and Mulches category. Ads are subject to the same general guidelines for all Market Bulletin advertisements found on page 2. Broiler litter out of north Georgia by the trailer load. Jeffrey Harben Dawsonville 706-265-2429 Chicken litter available in large quantities; located in northwest Georgia, leave voicemail, perfect for hay fields and pastures. Bill Broome Taylorsville 770337-8607 Compost: consists of horse manure and pine shavings, mixed with dirt, $300 for eight yards; will deliver with delivery fee. Olen Poninski Farmingtron 706769-7580 North Georgia chicken litter for sale, available in large quantities, delivery available. Justin Debord Jasper 678386-5884 North Georgia chicken litter; top quality broiler litter and hen litter, also large quantities or small. Bob Loggins Dahlonega 706-265-0517

Oddities Beautiful emerald green Emu eggs; cleaned and blown; excellent carving; scrimshaw painting, also pure Emu oil. Jacquelyn Paul Conyers 770-761-1284 Beautiful java blue peacock feathers; one to four feet for weddings, arrangements, fishing flies, jewelry. Willene Haigler Hiawassee 706-994-6850 Beautiful peacock feathers, one to four inches, for weddings, arrangements, fishing flies, jewelry, etc. Willam Haigler Hiawassee 706-896-2181 706-9946850 Carpenter bee traps, $10 each, extra for shipping; Rabbit boxes, $10 each, extra for shipping. Billy Middlebrooks Monroe 770-267-7084 Gourds for sale: Martin, crooked handle, craft, bottleneck and more. Wallace Maxwell 3226 Hoot Owl Rd. Royston 30662 706-245-4218 Gourds, many varieties to choose from, at farm or ship UPS. Crystal Lang Cordele 229-322-1321 Gourds: many varieties to choose from, at farm. Hoyt Howard 4720 Watson Road Cumming 30028 770-8872039

Miscellaneous Wanted Belt type conveyor for cleaning chicken houses; hopper not necessary, gas or electric motor, need 30 feet long, if posssible. Eugene Gilreath Dawsonville 770-893-3420 Hit & Miss gas engine. James Harber P.O. Box 928 Hiawassee 30546 the. james580@hotmail.com 706-896-2445 Need used green house with open vent, not more than 900 square feet. Mohammed Shoaib Fayetteville 770460-6335 Sweet pears wanted for pear preserves. Lanny Bostwick Carrollton Barnes15@bellsouth.net 404-680-4789 Used t-post; will trade. Bob Johnson Snellville 770-388-9347 770-490-4912 Want old fashioned sun bonnets made from cotton fabric. Wesley Cobb Mansfield 770-784-6634 Want to buy syrup kettles, cane mills and dinner bells. Ray Freeman Dublin 478-272-1307 Wanted: Hood for John Deere LT155 lawn tractor. Roy Largin Cumming 770844-8346 Wanted: metal buildings or carports to be taken down near Homer or Alto, Ga. Rick McCallister Homer 06 -809-1763 Wanted: used horse shoes; want large quantities, will pay more than scrap price. Paul Williams Newnan 678-8769146 Wanted: used weaving looms for a reasonable price. JoAnne Bemis Perry aspiepoetry@hotmail.com 507-384-7560 Wanted: Wooden pane windows, similar sizes, building greenhouse for retiree; need 40 to 60 depending on size. Joe Mele Roswell 770-993-5129

Out-Of-State Wanted 13.6x26 rear tractor tire, wanted. Larry Jordan Gainesville FL 352-332-7707 353-339-1103 Museum needs a three to four drawer poultry incubator, should be in good condition. Willard Smith Blountstown FL info@panhandlepioneer.org 850674-2777 Stock trailer; Gooseneck or bumper pull cut gate, canvas top, escape door, wood floor, 14x16 feet; road ready. Lamar Simmons 2909 NE 156 Ave. Gainesville FL 32609 352-485-1237 Wanted: fresh picked bay laurel leaves, (botanical name Laurus nobilis) please send prices and info. Davis Lake City FL pal2553bb@gmail.com 386-935-0990

Firewood All firewood advertised in the Market Bulletin must be cut from the advertiser’s personally owned property. In addition, by law, terms such as face cord, rack, pile, truckload, etc., cannot be used to advertise firewood. Advertisers must use the standard unit of measure, the cord, when specifying the amount of firewood for sale. Fat lightered for sale; bulk or small quantities. Gail Turner Nahunta 912282-1889 Firewood for sale; all dry seasoned hardwood, $170 per cord; $85, half cord. Donald Brooks Dawsonville 678939-8760 706-265-8849 Free hardwood trees, standing, dead; you cut and haul, two feet plus diameter. Robert Aikens Dahlonga 706-429-8620 Oak $200; hickory $225; pecan, maple $250; sweet gum, pine, poplar and elm, $125 per cord; full cord; delivery extra. Buzz Mann Hampton 678-834-0755 Oak firewood, split 18 inches to 22 inches, half cord, $75, you pick up, cash only. Nick Martin Fayetteville 770-8515683 Seasoned oak firewood, $200 for cord, $100 for half-cord, delivery extra. Mike Austin Douglasville 770-652-2164 770652-3383

Corrections All types of crochet items from doilies to Christmas ornaments; also repair crochet items. Marcia H Brookins 219 Sheila Circle Thomaston 30286 McDuffie County farmland for sale: 116acre farm; pastures, woodlands; 30x50 feet shop; apartment; deep well, pump house, fenced, cross-fenced; rolling hills, creek, equipment shed. Hugh Gourley Warrenton 706-597-0106 904-757-1252

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Producers collaborate on farm tour for new UGA president

month this school year, Sharon’s teachers will incorporate agriculture into the curriculum with activities including art contests, science experiments and even a school farmers market, said fifth-grade parent Christine Murphy. In addition, the cafeteria will highlight a fruit or vegetable each month with a trivia contest and taste test, nutrition director Dee Mathis said. The garden at West Chatham includes a sensory garden geared toward children with disabilities and planting beds for each grade level. In addition, students engage in math lessons by planning the area of the school chicken coop and fruit tree orchard, and science standards by discussing soil samples. Colbert Elementary will incorporate agriculture through field trips and an essay contest on agriculture in Madison County. “We’ll furnish a few topics like, what is Madison County agriculture? What grows in Madison County?” Principal Sandra Seymour said. “I’m interested to see the writing students produce from that. That is a piece teachers can grade, but it can also help us to gauge what learning has been taking place.” Georgia-grown menu items at Southside will include Vidalia onions, bread products, grits, blueberry juice, vegetables

and more, all that will fit within the US Department of Agriculture nutrition guidelines for school meals, Grady County Nutrition Director Rhonda Keve said. “We’re going to have a cheeseburger bar; apple salad … black eyed peas with chow-chow, that’s going to be a new, different thing,” Seymour said. “All of the products that are going to be used for the lunches and breakfast, they’ll tag the [lunch] line with what farm they came from and where in Georgia.” Dennerlein said it was a “total surprise” to find out West Chatham was awarded the grant. “They’re here for a week and they involve local farmers, but I want them to take the healthy habits for a lifetime,” Dennerlein said. “It’s really about healthy nutrition and learning to eat better. … For us here at this school, I’m a firm believer in that farm-to-school should be more than a week. It should be year-round.” Southside Principal Janet Walden is excited about the possibilities as well. “We’re just honored to have it,” Walden said. “I think it’s going to be a great opportunity for our students to make their learning come alive.”

Table 1: Testing strategy for PIs. Tests, price and turnaround time of laboratory testing Time to results (ACE)

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Visit with a Georgia veterinarian in this monthly feature. This edition comes from Drs. Lee Jones, Roberto Palomares, Sree Rajeev, Susan Sanchez, Murray Hines and Jeremiah Saliki of the diagnostic laboratories in Athens and Tifton. BVD – one complex disease, one simple sample, one simple strategy! Bovine viral diarrhea is a significant cause of economic losses to the cattle industry. Clinical signs include reproductive failure, respiratory disease or diarrhea. About 70 percent of infected cattle don’t become sick, but are susceptible to other diseases. Moreover, some animals showing no symptoms are dangerous to the herd as they can be virus carriers, also known as persistently infected animals, or PIs. PIs are calves infected with certain non-cytopathic strains of BVD in the womb. Although many infected calves die or are culled within six months, some grow into adults. These shed large amounts of the virus in secretions such as saliva, feces, urine and milk throughout their lives, exposing the herd to BVD. PIs can transmit BVD by direct contact, such as noseto-nose, or through contaminated veterinary equipment, farm equipment or facilities. To manage BVD, vaccinate all dairy calves at 2 to 3 months old and all beef calves at 4 to 5 months. Add biosecurity procedures to prevent introduction of the disease – isolate and confirm that new animals are BVD-negative; bio-containment to interrupt virus spread; and laboratory testing of samples for BVD presence. To diagnose a disease such as BVD in an animal or herd, laboratory testing is required. The same is true for wholeherd screening as part of a herd health program. Diagnosis When an animal is sick, it is recommended to take eight milliliters of whole blood in EDTA, a combination of a specific acid and a colorless, water-soluble solid typically placed in a purple-topped tube for veterinary purposes. In the case of abortion or death, it is recommended to take samples of lung, spleen, lymph nodes, kidney or the entire fetus. Herd screening or animal marketing: To test the herd for PI screening, or to market an animal after confirming it is not BVD-PI, it is recommended to take one ear-notch sample in a screw-capped tube or blood in a red-topped tube. When BVD-free bred heifers are purchased, it is still necessary to test the calf after birth to ensure BVD won’t be accidentally introduced. Diagnostic labs can pool up to 24 ear-notch or blood samples and run one test, called a PCR, to reduce costs per animal, with a turnaround time of two to three business days. If any pool is positive, all members of that pool will be re-tested for BVD using the Antigen Capture ELISA test. This individual animal testing may present an additional cost and turnaround time, but will identify and allow removal of PIs. To contact the diagnostic labs, call 706-542-5568 for Athens, 229-386-3340 for Tifton or visit www.vet.uga.edu/dlab.

ACE cost per head

SCHOOL: Lunches to contain majority Georgia-grown food

BVD Testing at the Georgia Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratories

Time to results (PCR)

UGA President Jere Morehead, left, and Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture Gary W. Black, center, tour the facilities at Mercier Orchards in Blue Ridge, Ga. Mercier was one of several stops on a farm tour this month. Photo by Mary Kathryn Yearta

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New University of Georgia President Jere Morehead got a firsthand look at the state’s agriculture industry this month. Morehead joined Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture Gary W. Black, UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Dean Scott Angle and legislators on a farm tour with stops across the Peach State. “[Commissioner Black] offered to take me across the state if I had any interest in visiting a number of farming communities,” Morehead said. “I told him I thought it was a great idea. … I’ve obviously visited individual farms before, but this is the first time I’ve been on a tour that went to so many different destinations.” Stops included the UGA Vidalia Onion and Vegetable Research Center in Lyons, Lewis Taylor Farms in Tifton, the Sunbelt Expo site in Moultrie, the Calhoun Bull Test Station in Rome, Mercier Orchards in Blue Ridge and Fieldale Farms’ poultry plant and corporate offices in Cornelia and Baldwin. In addition, there were stops in the Bainbridge area – Dollar Farm Products, American Peanut Growers Group, Southeastern Minerals and John Bridges Farm. “One of the big things that we were trying to emphasize was the importance of the Extension and research arm of the University of Georgia in providing the necessary information to those of us that are growers or trying to be entrepreneurs, so that we can make good business decisions,” said Tim Mercier, president of Mercier Orchards. Josh White, executive vice president of Georgia Cattlemen’s Association, echoed his sentiments. At the Rome stop, Morehead got a glimpse into the daily life of a Georgia beef cattle producer, many of whom have diversified operations and utilize the marketing and research from the Calhoun station on their farm. Tommy Dollar, chief executive officer of Dollar Farm Products, said he hopes Morehead gleaned an understanding of the economic benefits agriculture has in south Georgia. “We have been told that agriculture receipts that farmers received from their crop turns six to seven times locally, which is the economy of Decatur and Seminole counties,” Dollar said. Morehead got a special surprise at Fieldale Farms – a group of UGA graduates donned their red and black to welcome him.

“That was kind of neat, just to show the impact the institution has on their human resources, not just their research,” said Mike Giles, president of Georgia Poultry Federation. “We knew that he knew the importance of agriculture, but he was eager to learn more and because UGA is a land grant college, he knows the university is important for the success of Georgia’s largest sector of our economy, which is agriculture. But until you have the opportunity to show them firsthand how we operate … there’s really no substitute for that. A picture’s worth a thousand words. Perhaps a tour may be even worth more than a picture.” Morehead said he gained a “renewed appreciation” for the industry, and anticipates similar events on “a fairly consistent basis.” Tour participants said they were pleased Morehead was eager to learn about their specific industries. “We were pleased that Dr. Morehead wanted to tour and learn more about agriculture so early in his tenure,” Giles said. “It says a lot about the importance that he places on the agricultural community and its impact in Georgia and role in the university. As busy as his schedule is, to carve out two full days to tour farms … makes a huge statement in our mind.”

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Sept. 18, 2013 Market Bulletin