Oct. 30, 2013 Market Bulletin
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Plant a rainbow of pansies this winter. Arty’s Garden, Page 7 GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE • GARY W. BLACK, COMMISSIONER • WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2013 • VOL. 96, NO. 22 • © COPYRIGHT 2013 Sunbelt Expo honors heritage, sustainability of Southeastern agriculture By Dallas Duncan The citizens of Moultrie, Ga., welcomed tens of thousands of visitors this month for the 36th annual Sunbelt Agricultural Exposition. Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture Gary W. Black likened the event to an agricultural family reunion. “We’re gonna get to visit with each other, we’re going to get to do a lot of good things, but most of all, commerce is going to take place here in this largest industry in the state of Georgia, and we really look forward to what’s going to happen,” he said. And take place it did: a record 1,219 exhibitors were present, showcasing the latest in technology and celebrating the traditions of all facets of agriculture. A large portion of the commerce bore the Georgia Grown label, and Sunbelt visitors flocked to the main gate to get their hands on apparel and products associated with the program. They also received the second issue of Georgia Grown magazine, which was unveiled during a ceremony on Oct. 15. “In 1959, I was selected to go to the National FFA public speaking competition,” Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal said. “My speech was entitled, ‘The Future of Farming.’ I had occasion to look at it some time back and I recognized that I was a pretty good prognosticator. I predicted that agriculture would continue to be one of the foremost leading industries in our country … Agriculture truly does remain the No. 1 industry in the state of Georgia, and [Black] has had a great influence on branding Georgia agriculture with Georgia Grown,” Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal said. “I thank you all for having the foresight to promote these products and to promote our state and to promote its agriculture.” Equally important to Georgia Grown is the idea that Georgia agriculture is sustainable, Black said. See EXPO, page 12 John Deere and Case cotton pickers rove through the demonstration fields at the 2013 Sunbelt Agricultural Exposition in Moultrie, Ga. Photo by Dallas Duncan INSIDE THIS ISSUE Farmland rent or lease ads.... 2 Take 5.................................... 6 Feature recipe........................7 Visit with a Vet...................... 12 Legislators hear from researchers, farmers during two-day tour By Dallas Duncan Members of the Georgia General Assembly got a whirlwind tour of Georgia agriculture in October, traveling as part of the Georgia Agribusiness Council’s two-day legislative tour. “We have a new Senate ag chairman and we also have a lot of new members of the General Assembly, several new folks on the House [Agriculture and Consumer Affairs Committee],” said Bryan Tolar, GAC president. “We really wanted to give them a chance to showcase everything agriculture has in about as much time as we could possibly get.” More than 20 legislators attended the event and heard from a number of researchers, college representatives and producers. Tour stops included the University of Georgia-Tifton campus, Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, the Sunbelt Agricultural Exposition, Funston Gin Company, Sanderson Farms’ hatchery and Langdale Forest Products’ sawmill. The visit to Sunbelt took legislators into the demonstration fields to view cotton, peanuts and other crops; to the barns to hear from Georgia Cattlemen’s Association and Georgia Milk Producers; and to the main gate for remarks from Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture Gary W. Black and Georgia Farm Bureau President Zippy Duvall. “I see and hear from other states that their legislature and their governors … don’t pay them any attention and they just don’t get any respect,” Duvall said. “Then I come back home and I go see county Farm Bureaus and sit in front of 200 or 300 people and tell them how fortunate we are to have men and women that serve in our legislature that still know that agriculture’s the No. 1 industry in the state.” Black reminded legislators that Georgia needs their help telling the state’s agriculture story. “Too often this story gets kind of diluted. I tell lots of people, everywhere across the state, ‘Guess what, everything on the Internet is not true,’” he said. “Particularly when it comes to agriculture, there are tons of things on the Internet that quite frankly people need to have fact-checked up and down the room, and we’re going to stand in the See TOUR, page 7 Notice Ad deadline for the Nov. 27 issue is noon, Nov. 13. GEORGIA GROWN PROFILE: Gin Creek 100 acres of wine, weddings and more Published by the Ga. Department of Agriculture Gary W. Black, Commissioner By Jenna Saxon, press office Brothers Richie and Doug DeMott began developing Gin Creek in 1999. The original intention was to build a place to ride jet skis and host a few parties, but after developing DeMott Lake, the idea of hosting outdoor weddings was born. Gin Creek, located in Hartsfield, Ga., is a parent company of DeMott Lake, RoseMott Vineyards and the Winery at Gin Creek. The lake and vineyards sit atop 100 acres and serve as a destination for retreats, weddings, fishing and recreation. Gin Creek was one of the first outdoor wedding destinations of its kind in the South and has become one of the most sought-after locations for such events. It’s also been featured in Southern Living. “Brides from all over the country have married here saying the one thing that thrills our hearts: ‘Thank you. You have made my dreams come true,’” said Richie DeMott. “There were never any blueprints. We were just fulfilling dreams with a farmer’s instinct, a good mechanic and a good Daddy’s upbringing. My dad would say, ‘Dream big, work hard and learn to do it yourself. Know that experience comes from mistakes and wisdom comes from experience.’” Gin Creek joined Georgia Grown during its re-launch in 2011, at the same time it was launching its Georgia Grown Trail on Highway 37. The company was the first to feature the Georgia Grown logo on its wine bottles. “Today the Georgia Grown brand is a huge marketing tool for our business and our Highway 37 trail,” Richie DeMott said. “Our Georgia Grown membership keeps us abreast of all the activities going on in the Georgia agricultural community and we’re honored to help promote agriculture and agritourism as two of the mainstays of Georgia’s economy.” Mail to: PAGE 2 FARMERS AND CONSUMERS MARKET BULLETIN WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2013 Market Bulletin Advertising Guidelines Only subscribers with a current subscription number are allowed to advertise in the Market Bulletin. Advertisers are limited to one ad per issue per subscriber number. Out-ofstate subscribers are only allowed to publish ads in the Out-of-State Wanted category. All advertisements published in the Market Bulletin must relate to farming, agriculture or be a part of these industries. 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Wayne Parker Ranger 770-926-3284 Bobcat Zero Turn 61-inch cut with 37 horsepower Kawasaki, 180 hours; cost $10,800, asking $7,200; like new. Wiley McCants Butler 478-957-3541 Bradco backhoe attachment for New Hollland skid steer model; 9 H.D., like new, needs new hoses. Jack Pearson Ellijay 706-276-3658 Bush Hog RTH 88; rear tiller, heavy duty, used very little. Herbert Prichard Colbert 706-248-5517 Cat D3B bulldozer, 10-foot blade; swamp tracks, 3,800 hours; good condition, $16,000. Raymond Bramlett Auburn 770-867-9864 470-235-0036 Cat D5 dozer, in good condition, 80 percent, used on farm for last 10 years, $15,000. Mark Webb McRae 229-3151300 229-868-6442 Caterpillar 955 trackloader; no problems, very strong, runs great; undercarriage in very good condition. $8,500 OBO. David Pope Jackson 678-7637250 Complete John Deere 42C lawnmower deck, fits LX200, GT and GX Series, like new, $415. G. Denton Hiawassee 706896-2901 Craftman tiller; 5.5 horsepower, 24 inches, never been used, $300. Joe Weeks White 770-241-8330 770-2418330 Custom-made heavy duty trailer, fourinch drop axle,14-ton capacity, $1,500. Dennis Williamson Forsyth email@example.com 478-972-9211 478442-2842 DR field and brush mower, 17 horsepower Pro model, excellent condition, $2,295. Conley Haynes Moreland 770583-8994 Easy flow spreader, $200. Kenneth Boss Loganville 678-227-0735 Eight long brand, 21-feet peanut wagons, $2,500; 14-feet peanut wagons, $1,200. Ted Cowan Fitzgerald 229423-5602 Electric hoist, 4,000 pounds; 120/23volt, good condition, $850, Bill Carter Hahira firstname.lastname@example.org 229224-4900 Equipment hauler gooseneck,19 feet long, good condition, $2,000; 14-foot vehicle hauler, $1,200. Amy Monkus 16 Monkus Lane Preston 31824 229-3211874 229-310-9760 Equipment trailer, 20 feet, seven-ton, ramps, very good condition; 10-ply, eight-lug tires with spare, $2,600. Ellis Belflower Fort Valley 478-951-1104 478-951-1104 Farmall 300 gas, good T/A, metal, rubber, live hydraulic, field ready, $2,500. Ken Lewis Madison 706-342-6240 Five-foot field cultivator, harrow; seven-row, needs one spring and two tines, $325. Jay Johnston Crawfordville 404557-3469 For Sale: 1979 Chevy C60 dump truck; only 31,938 miles; $4,500 OBO. Shira MacLennan Americus 229-331-0557 For Sale: 65 Massey-Ferguson diesel engine power steering, $3,000; call between 6 and 9 p.m. Joe Winkler Chatsworth 706-422-8764 For sale: John Deere 410, 4x5 round baler, works, $1350; New Holland 202 ground drive manure spreader, $650. Bob Witt Newnan 404-372-8395 For Sale: John Deere 435 hay balerr, sheltered, new belts, monitor, good condition, $8,000. Randall Perry Dublin 478-595-5423 For Sale: New Holland 311 square hay baler, good condition, sheltered, $2,500. Chris Perry Dublin 478-676-3660 For Sale: plow points, $5 each. Amy Beasley Fort Valley 478-825-1063 478319-7707 For Sale: sugar cane grinder for $1,000. Martha Lowery Dooling email@example.com 478-433-6625 478-952-0606 For Sale: Troy-Bilt tiller, 99; equivalent to pony, little use, excellent condition, tuned up, $799. Kathy Skipper Conyers 404-702-3442 Looking for full time work; experience with horses, cattle, haying; can run most machines and repairs; housing, salary required. Joey Savaria Ila 479-222-9241 Need help on broiler farm, salary and housing. Chaney Waldon Lyerly 706844-4114 Quality horse farm near Athens; seeking responsible, experienced person for stable work. Melanie Howington Bishop firstname.lastname@example.org 706-7677287 706-207-6297 Want help to exercise three horses in south Monroe County; please call. Ron Howell Macon 478-256-3246 Woman; must know horses exchange for 2/1 in exchange. Michael Babbit Homerville 912-487-3661 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. 140-kilowatt generator for poultry farm for sale, $5,000 OBO, great for a twohouse farm. Alex Hart Royston 706498-0825 1420 IH combine with 15-foot bean head and four-row corn head, 2,800 hours, $17,000. Drew Swancy Calhoun 770-324-0617 150-bushel Parker grain wagon, great all-around gravity wagon, great for storing deer feed, $1,100. David Thigpen Lumber City 912-568-7711 154 Cub Lo-Boy mower, new clutch, pressure plate, $2,500; Cub stationary engine; two Farmall Cubs running. Lanier Burden Comer 706-614-0187 16-foot flatbed trailer (7,000-pound axle) pull out ramps, $1,500 firm. Royce Whittle Dexter 478-689-4358 16-foot gooseneck cattle trailer and 24-foot goose neck hay trailer with ramps for sale. Howard Burnette Mershon 912-288-0091 1941 John Deere B tractor with electric start, new rear tire, cranks and runs well. Skippy Higginbotham Monroe 770267-2643 404-427-6215 1942 John Deere H, needs some work, tin is good, $1,500. Patrick Kissell Powder Springs 678-428-9110 1948 Ford 8N $2,200; 1949 Ford 8N $1,900 ; three-point hitch, 16 disk harrow, $625 Travis Carnes Hartwell Ntractorman@msn.com 706-436-3677 706436-3677 1949 Ford 8N tractor, new points, distributor condenser pump, tire box blade, runs good, $2,400. Kim Santoloci Thomaston 808-651-3598 1949 M.T. John Deere, fair cond., stored inside, restored, no implements, 20 years, $3,250 Leonard Draper Cedartown 770-748-2042 404-401-5591 1955 WD-45; Allis Chamers tricycle front-end, parade ready, runs great, $5,000. Larry Bulter Hazlehurst 912375-5727 1961 Allis Chalmers model D-10, 29 horsepower cultivators, two 14-foot plows; two Gibson model D; good condition. Mack Shaw Waycross 912-2837150 1961; 841 Power Master with equipment, $5,000. J. C Clark Waycross 912548-1887 1963 Ford 2000 tractor, gas engine, original paint, runs well, new brakes, $3,500, pictures available. Byron Botdorf Camilla email@example.com 229336-5444 1968 Ford 3000 diesel, new motor, eight-speed; very good condition; $4,500 or trade for older Mopar. Kyle Johnson Haddock kjohnson@reevescc. com 478-973-8336 FARMLAND RENT/ LEASE 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. 25-acre horse pasture with creek water; excellent for retired horses; Henry County; call for details. Carole Thompson McDonough Caroleth@bellsouth. net 770-954-0993 30-acre horse farm with cottage; across from 70-acre park, recreation center; fenced yard, two blocks to MARTA. Melba Harris Lithonia 770-633-7429 300 acres; several pastures for grazing or hay; call between 7 and 9 p.m. R.S. Auldridge Blythe 706-592-4042 Deer hunting lease now available; 246 acres; price reduced to $10 per acre; Marion County; best hunting in county. Ryan Hughes Marietta 303-877-1014 Deer hunting lease now available; excellent hunting; 196 acres, Taylor County, $10 per acre. Derek Hughes Butler 770-605-3838 Entire center for lease: Willowbrook Equestrian Center; covered ring, six turnouts, 10 stalls, two apartments, 32 acres; $2,800 per month; www.LeslieOlsen.com. Leslie Olsen Villa Rica 770459-1417 Hunting lease available; 100-plus acres, running creek, established trails; abundant deer and turkey; $12 per acre; rural Wilkinson County. Brogdon 4 Farms Irwinton 478-290-1941 Pasture for lease, first year free if you provide fence, barn etc.; Loganville, text or call; eight acres. Phillip Almand Stone Mountain firstname.lastname@example.org 770-294-7500 Pasture for rent, private barn. M. Atwood Rex 678-836-9776 Quitman County: 270 acres on GA 27 paved frontage, camp site, well, electricity; excellent deer hunting. Benjamin Lindsey Lenox bennylindsey@yahoo. com 770-842-7900 Six acres of pastureland off Whitesville Road for lease; multiple use options such as hay, cows, horses, etc.; $500 annually. Carl Abercrombie LaGrange email@example.com 706-575-5692 Farmland Rent/Lease Wanted Looking to lease pasture land in Forsyth, Pickens, Cherokee counties for cattle. Sam Howard Canton 770-5955914 Need 30-plus acres of pasture to rent that already has fence posts if possible; near or around Jasper County or Butts, Newton, Greensboro or Madison. Chester Cantrell Shady Dale 770-312-6224 706-468-1341 Pastureland for raising cattle; any size; would prefer the east Athens, Winterville, Arnoldsville areas. Clay Dent Hull firstname.lastname@example.org 706-3192175 FARM EMPLOYMENT 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. 40-year-old man with class A CDL, looking for row cropping or cattle farm work; permanent only. Michael Martin Zebulon 770-695-5383 52-year-old male looking for job; poultry farm layer or broiler farm; experience in both. Randall Lowery Gainesville 470-213-3212 Experienced stable hands wanted at 22-stall dressage barn; feed, turnout, stalls, $10 to $14 per hour. Laura Tsivoglou Milton laura@applewood-farm. com 678-315-5325 Farm worker, hard working, good at fencing, landscaping, equipment operation, wanting local farm, Spanish speaking, excellent references. Freddi Martinez Rockmart 404-858-3563 General contractor seeking work; lake builder, land clearer; clean fence rows; repair barns, fences, drainage; your equipment or mine. Bobby Karr Fairburn 678-973-7645 770-964-5065 Looking for a Spanish-speaking mature male or couple, to work on a bird farm; live-in position, $200/wk; leave message. Tere Lopez Oxford 770-7872955 1970 John Deere 110; eight horsepower; f/o rest; new battery, wiring, rear with weights; parade-ready, $1,500. Hollis Crummey Monroe 770-833-9802 770207-9248 1979 International tractor, 741 hours. Don Phillips Walnut Grove 770-7866273 1983 white GMC tractor with a 15-ton trailer. Mike Austin Douglasville 770652-3383 1986 Ford 2910 tractor with five-foot Bush Hog rotary mower and posthole auger, $8,000. Dave Kingsley Hillsboro email@example.com 706-468-0794 1991 International 470; single axle box dump truck, $5,000, good condition, good tires, $5,000. Doyce Green Silver Creek 706-767-1848 706-295-0381 20-foot gooseneck trailer; 10-ton with two dual wheel axles, $4,500 OBO. Matthew Wood Tiger 706-490-2051 2000 Mahindra, 4505 DI tractor, 880 hours; great running condition, $6,000. Doug Starr Jackson 770-294-4983 2006 Magnum mulching head, skid steer loader; very good condition; low usage, $15,000. David Murphy Folkston firstname.lastname@example.org 912-496-4092 912-276-0069 2010 Sukup Gonse planter, used one year, six-row, $3,500. David Arnold Leesburg 229-343-0644 230 Massey-Ferguson diesel, low hours, excellent condition, six-foot Bush Hog; six-foot scrapblade, single row plow, $4,000. Ellis Jones Carrollton 770-832-2958 235 John Deere harrow, 27-foot KMC posthole diggers, not used in 3 years, old baler, 328 John Deere parts. Gary Smith Broxton 912-393-5742 2N and 8N non-running tractors. Sam Caldwell Barnesville 678-967-9050 320 New Holland square baler; 3000 Melroe, 242 grain drill, $2,500. Cole Jernigan Buena Vista 706-570-2171 706-570-2171 35 Massey Ferguson, four-cylinder, gas engine, runs well, $2,500, shop manual. Edward Norrington Jonesboro 770-473-9881 3910 Ford four-wheel drive; low profile rims and tires, 12.5L-15 fronts, 16.5L16.1 rears, $850 OBO. Paul Fonzo Cumming 404-310-9333 5,500-pound loader, Teledyne with block forks; strong lift, cranks and runs well, $5,500. Mike Hulett Hazlehurst 912-347-1004 601 Ford Workmaster, six pieces of equipment, $3,500; Craftsman rear tine tiller, $100; Scag Tiger Cub, $750. Stevie Caudell Homer 706-677-4920 706-9830878 7600 Ford tractor; 1981 good condition with Allied 495 loader, scrape blade, harrow, $13,500. Jon Tucker Kennesaw 770-377-9306 8N Ford tractor cultivator; two planters, $2,500. W. P Fisher Abbeville 229425-0695 931 CAT loader, good conditon. Andy Holder Eatonton 706-473-7078 955 Cat front -end loader in good shape, new bottom, good motor. Pat Cannon Norcross 770-448-8555 9965; John Deere mud hog top condition, reduced; 2055 Case, low hours, new Doffer grinder, portable,110/Ac. Ralph Nutt Cordele 229-276-5336 Allis Chalmers, W-D45, 1957; wide front, new engine, other new parts; owned for 30 years, $3,200. Robert Cragg Alto 706-776-3318 706-4998063 Belly mower for Cub Farmall, 42 inches with belt, $250. Wayne Shelnutt Loganville 770-466-4943 Big Tex dump trailer, 14x8 feet, fourfoot sides, loading ramps, like new condition, used one time. Ray Beaty Coolidge 229-224-8294 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2013 For-Most cattle chute with 30T head gate and palp cage; one man handles, calves to large bulls, $2,500. Brent Chitty Moultrie email@example.com 229-891-5455 For Sale: Ford 8N tractor with Bush Hog, $1,850; also Farmall Super C tractor with cultivator, $1,850. Nelson Massey Conyers 770-483-2639 Ford 1710 four-wheel-drive, 2,240quart Bush Hog loader, ROPS box blade, smoothing harrow, boom pole, not running, $1,600. Danny Pierce Monroe firstname.lastname@example.org 770-267-6520 Ford 3000 diesel, runs great, wedge wheel weights; with five-foot scrape blade and 5.5-foot Hardee Bush Hog, $4,500. Barry Wood Tiger 706-782-5689 Ford 3000 tires like new, new clutch lift, good runs strong, $4,000. Danny Martin Barnesville 770-468-4532 Ford 3930 tractor; 741 hours, 52 horsepower, power steering, turf tires, $8,500. Bobby Fountain Cochran 478934-6837 Ford 555 special backhoe, $5,000 OBO. Mike Bloodworth Knoxville 478836-2535 478-957-0985 Ford 7600 tractor, runs great, looks good, no problems, dual remotes, canopy, $9,500 OBO. Duke Burgess Louisville email@example.com 478-6259542 305-923-0262 Ford 914 Bellymower; excellent condition, $500. R. Rooks Winder 770-8671847 Ford tractor, 4000, runs good witrh six-foot Bush Hog; ‘66 model, runs well. Harlon Langford West Point 706-6452862 G Allis Chalmers tractor with Kubota D600 engine, $4,500. Tommy Butler Forsyth 770-887-4064 G Allis Chalmers tractor, hand lift, good condition, four implements, $290; tractor in Franklin County. Doug Garrison Winder 678-858-2978 Generator, Cummins Power, 80 kilowatts, sheltered, used less than 20 hours. Danny Church Clarkesville 706968-2851 706-754-9113 Generator; Dayton 50 kilowatt, power take-off driven, five-foot King Cutter rotary tiller, six-foot scrape blade, boom poles. Larry Bazemore Conyers firstname.lastname@example.org 678-593-2417 770-786-1369 Grain wagons; 350-bushel, $1,300; 400-bushel with auger, $2,100, excellent condition. Hulett Jacksonville 912253-0162 Grasshopper; 612 commerical O-turn mower, almost new condition, $2,950. Faye Green Alto 706-776-7590 Gravely tractor with implements. William Lee Newnan 770-253-3135 Great Plains; 10-foot no-till drill, excellent condition, $13,000. Gary Anderson Lula 770-540-3800 Harrell 4-R stalk chopper, good condition, $5,500; KMC 4-R stalk puller, very good condition, $5,800. Johnny Crawford Chula 229-382-7304 Harrow - Howse 7.5 HD 20 to 22-inch disk; used less than 10 hours; $1,450. Kim Hagen Carrollton 404-386-9918 Hay rake, Sitrex, H/90-V, eight-wheel, $2,500; Krone tedder, 5,50/4x7T, $4,000; HayTech accumulator with grapple and hoses, $9,500. W. Glover Griffin 770599-9806 Hay rake, three-point hitch, power take-off driven, in good condition, fieldready, $800. James Sells Monroe 770267-8603 Hit N Miss 1-3/4 economy; runs great, fully restored; lots of brass on trailer; $1,500 OBO. Victor Tur Baldwin 678316-7815 Howard’s Power all backhoe, attachment self contained, three-point hitch $1,400; seven-shank, all-purpose threepoint hitch, $425. Douglas Adams Hartwell 706-436-9262 IH 140 highcrop with set of cultivators, good sheet metal and fair tires, asking $2,600. Bill Abercrombie Lafyette 706638-5959 IH 1440 combine with 820/20-foot grain head for parts, brand new tires on front, $4,000. Wesley Unruh Louisville 706-833-1886 IH 656 Farmall diesel; 90 percent tires, hydraulic pumps, power take-off, heavy built, offset harrow, eight feet, $3,500 OBO. Ted Krush Meridian 912-258-2125 International 1066; new tires, 6011 hours,125 horsepower; T/A, works great; cab front, rear glass, A/C; $8,500; trade for cattle. Chris McCook Williamson 770-584-0333 FARMERS AND CONSUMERS MARKET BULLETIN International C-153 engine in excellent condition; fits 424, 2424, 444, 2444 tractors. James Barnes Uvalda 912594-8502 International Cub Lowboy, 154 for sale, needs tension pulleys installed, have them new; asking $1,800 or trade. Johnny Weaver Snellville 678-848-1624 John Deere 1010 RUS works well, looks good; $3,500 OBO; equipment sold seperatly. Tom Lovingood Douglasville 770-577-5834 John Deere 2020 diesel tractor; very original and straight tractor with power steering, very nice tractor, $6,700. J.J. Altman Statesboro 912-682-3496 John Deere 450B loader, motor out and disassembled, good bottom, $3,500. Jim Bishop Franklin 706-675-3943 John Deere 455 G with backhoe, runs like new, $35,000. Ray Murphy Marietta 404-569-5909 John Deere 5220 tractor; 541 loader, diesel, two-wheel-drive, 230 hours, 45 to 53 horsepower, USA made, one owner, $18,000. Kelly Hobgood Calhoun 770-548-7574 John Deere 55 combine cab; two-row 38 inches, corn head, good condition, field-ready, good rubber, strong engine, $3,500 OBO. Lucia Miller Ellijay 706659-4895 John Deere 566 hay baler with monitor, low bales, excellent condition, $9,000. Scott Stephens Wrightsville 478-2328114 John Deere 6400, 85 horsepower, two-wheel-drive with loader, bucket and spear; 2,845 hours, sheltered, $27,500. John Bryant Eatonton 706-485-8321 John Deere 6405; 2000 model, 85 horsepower, 4x4, oversized rice and cane tires, belly pan, clamp on duals; $17,000. Jake Dean Rentz 478-2793657 John Deere 850 tractor with all equipment; seven pieces, asking $8,500. Kevin Kinney Taylorsville 678-925-4292 John Deere 9976 cotton picker, mud hog, pro 16 heads; 2,100 hours; $52,000 Brad Childers Montrose 478-484-0656 John Deere deer plot drill, five feet wide, works on three-point hitch, $1,800; eight feet wide, $2,100; excellent condition. Royce Hulett Hazlehurst 912-253-0161 912-375-3008 John Deere M, 12-volt, runs well, everything works, $2,000. Stan Albert Waycross 912-285-0220 John Deere model M tractor with full set of cultivators. Jerry Cox Fayetteville 770-461-7938 John Deere, 6620, combine 216 head, dump body, 20 feet; 20-plus ton hoist mounted, five bale hay. Joe Shurley Warrenton 706-831-2556 John Deere; 210 disk harrow; 13 feet, excellent condition. Seth Young Tennille 478-232-6104 John Deere; 22-foot disk, $6,000; Taylor Way chisel plow, 11-shank, $1,500. Mark Shook Chickamauga 423-6055652 John Deere; 5420 85 horsepower, cab over tractor with loader, diesel, A/C, excellent condition, under 1,100 hours, $29,000. Charles Mathis Jefferson 404317-6173 KBH Mullboy Boll Buggy, good condition, $6,500 OBO. David Burk Pinehurst 229-938-5550 Keener bandsaw mill for sale; full hydraulic, portable, $17,000; Nyle kiln unit and kiln, $3,500; Windham forklift, $2,500. Buck Hames Cartersville 770382-7040 King Kutter dirt scoop DS-30; 30-inch model, excellent condition, $250. Rudy Glisson Waynesboro email@example.com 706-437-0025 KMC, four-row peanut combine, 33 series, wide body, field ready, $12,000. Harold Israel Smithville 229-846-6477 Koering Fox chopper; silage chopper, two-row, $1,000. John Gowin Lafayette 706-980-2511 Kuhn GMD 55; complete rebuilt cutter bar, new blades, bearings, gears, new paint and curtain, $3,800 OBO. Adam Miller Blue Ridge 706-455-6222 Lewis Brothers poultry housekeeper, clean out machine, model No. 5, hydraulic, clean out slats and slingers, $9,000. Terry McCants Butler 770-4682650 478-862-3999 Lifting boom for tractor, $100. James Young Metter 912-682-2917 Lilliston 1580 peanut picker, good condition. Hughlon Davis Chester 478-6977784 M&D chipper, 5.5 horsepower, Briggs & Stratton; chips limbs and brush, leaves; like-new condition, $200. David Mathis Suwanee 770-887-8580 Massey 235 rebuilt engine, diesel, many new parts, 75 percent rubber; rebuilt pump, injectors, warranty parts, labor, $5,200. Alex Miller Blue Ridge 706-455-6622 Massey Ferguson 245; restored, 1980, second owner; warranty show quality, field ready; call for details, $7,500; partial trades. Tim Miller Cherrylog 706698-6611 Massey Ferguson 275 blown motor, like new tires, calll after 6 p.m., no return call, $1,200. Danny Manning Cochran 478-934-0100 Massey Ferguson 35 four-cylinder diesel with disk harrow; will trade for 1,000-gallon septic system (installed) or $1,700. Don Clark Blue Ridge 678-2377972 Massey Ferguson; 56 to 35, good condition, $2,650. D B Hart Smyrna 770432-4895 Massey-Ferguson 35 deluxe gas, four-cylinder Continental, good tractor, $3,250. Larry Morrison Monticello 706318-2800 Mid 80s Ford 555B backhoe, runs great and very strong machine; used on farm don’t use anymore. Tony Bannister Rome 770-286-6029 Morra disk mower: model 2270, field ready; seven turtle disk with new blades, $3,500. Kevin Brantley Wrightsville 478-290-5184 New Holland 570 square baler, great shape, used very little, always sheltered, $8,500. Kirk Chambless Elberton 770315-8759 New Holland 644 round baler, excellant condition, $7,850 firm. Scott Hancock Sautee 404-310-2558 New Holland TN70 tractor, excellent condition; 990 hours, one owner, $12,850. Windell Gillis Eastman 478374-4868 478-231-8236 New Holland160 excavator, $4,500; John Deere 555 G track loader, $2,500. Jimmy McLane Hartwell 706-376-4092 New Idea No. 206, manure spreader, needs work, $300; access to one in Adairsville for parts, $50. Tamma Trump Acworth firstname.lastname@example.org 770655-0819 Older set of four-row International planters; needs oiling and seed; make offer; email@example.com. Michael Joyner Perkins 706-551-9022 Oliver five-bottom flip turning plow, on land, $1,250. John Reed Jr Hahira 229794-4060 One Farmall Cub tractor and finishing belly mower; tractor runs (needs battery), mower needs work, asking $1,250. Jerry Taylor Tyrone 770-632-1278 One Super H Farmall, not running; one H Farmall with cultivators. J. Blasczyk Douglasville 770-942-5018 404-7720340 One-row Covington planter, $250, six-foot landscape rake, $175. Richard Bobo Macon 478-781-5676 Pecan tree boom shaker, IH truck, four-wheel, used last year; gas engine, $2,500. Anderson Perry 478-952-2875 Pull type combine, field ready. Malcolm Wright Trion 706-734-2554 Pull type cutaway harrow, four disk, six feet wide, $300; can load. William Mc. Whirter Royston 706-245-6896 Retired: Farm equipment for sale; coolers, overstock hay and all other farm equipment. E Ashley Danville 478954-1455 Rollins; HD eight-foot rotary mower, like new, $2,500. Wayne Swanson Ringgold 706-935-4691 Rollmill, Peerless electric drive, 10-horsepower motor International mill. Sam Lowrey Rome 706-295-1157 706234-7729 Round baler; 2010 New Holland, BR 7060 silage special; net wrap, wide pick-up, $18,900. Jack Jenkins Athens 706-286-4438 Savage 4200 tree shaker, $6,500. Emory Mixon Lyons 912-253-5570 Selling out old Allis Chalmers, As and Super As, Hs, Ms, Cases; Massey-Harris tractors. Douglas Gay Lyons 912565-7022 Set of spinout rims and wheels for Ford tractor, 13.6x38. Dwain Pittman Mitchell 706-598-2222 Seven-foot sickle mower, not sure of the make or year; call or email with questions. Justin Moss McDonough 770-558-5315 Seven-foot Tye grain drill $4,000; ZD21 Kubota lawn mower for parts, make offer. Ray Bowden Smarr firstname.lastname@example.org 478-394-0185 Six-foot brown tree cutter mower, $2,100; eight-foot John Deere threepoint harrow, $650. J W Hall Doerun 229-782-7018 Stihl chainsaw, MS 361, 18-inch bar, used 10 hours, $325. Kent Schneider Gainesville 678-936-2272 Taylor cotton module builder, always sheltered, no leaks, extra good condition. Jimmy Cofield Eastman 478-8934996 Taylor-Way 415 disk harrow, $1,200; Fred Cain three-point hitch, five-shank plow, $400. Leonard Hampton Watkinsville 706-769-4669 TD15B International with tilt blade and rake; many extra parts, good farm machine. Homer Rivers Tarrytown 912537-3731 912-293-4381 Three Lilliston Hi-Cap 6000 peanut combine, good condition; fully operational when last parked; one needs repair, $2,000 each. Gloy Hobbs Vienna 229-942-2186 Three-point hitch, Weed Badger, used to weed around blueberry bushes, $2,500. L.G. Mitcham Ludow 912-2704683 Tiller Agri-fab 36-inch pull-behind tiller; pull behind lawnmower or ATV; 206cc motor, in like-new condition, $875. Bob Westerfield Molena 770468-2229 Tractor tires; two Firestone, four-rib 7.50x16 front tires, used, $120 for both. Rick Allison Buford 678-200-2040 Trailer made from truck bed, two-inch pressure treated bed, 1.88-inch hitch, towing jack, good for firewood hauling, $275. David Combs Jefferson 706-3674645 Trailer, 18 feet, dove tail, 7,000-pound axles with ramps, excellent condition, $1,700. James T Archer Dacula 770963-6036 Trailer; custom built for heavy equipment, $2,995 OBO. Dwight Swanson Dallas email@example.com 404569-1993 Troy-Bilt garden tiller, seven horsepower, brush guard, electric start plow attachments, $600. Henry Wilson Carnesville 706-287-4561 Troy-Bilt horse rotary tine (1987 model); seven horsepower, Tecumseh engine, good running condition, $500. Larry Mann Cumming 770-844-8717 Troy-Bilt tiller; seven horsepower B&S engine with hiller, furrower attachment and owners manual, $375. Jody Slocumb Hartsfield 229-891-0173 PAGE 3 TroyBilt horse tiller, seven horsepower, excellent condition, $750. Glenn Slaton Alpharetta 770-475-7749 TW-20 Ford tractor, new hydraulic pump and clutch, good tires and in good condition. Jimmy Claxton Metter 912-362-0421 Two 125-bushel side delivery gravity grain wagons, $2,200; one galvanized steel with hydraulic spreader mounted under shoot. A. Johns Dawson 229995-5371 Two 6000 Hi Cap peanut pickers, sheltered, $5,000. Wayne Rivenbark Metter 912-362-2108 Two Allis Chalmers 60 combines; repair, parts; sheltered for 30 years. Paul Bryant Monroe firstname.lastname@example.org 770-267-5393 Two cultivators, two-row, $150 each; two-row Brown-Harden super seeder, $400 OBO. Doug Aycock Thomaston 706-938-0242 Two-bottom plow 450, six-foot Rhino mower, $600; 4020 John Deere, $7,500. B Hall Pavo 229-859-2764 Two-horse wooden wagon with rubber tires, flat hay bed; $400. Dwayne Fortner Dahlonega 706-867-9716 Two-row; John Deere 71, corn planters, double disk openers, $1,800, on toolbar or two-row cultivator frame, trades. Wendell Aenchbacher Talking Rock 706-235-2531 Utility trailer, 5x12, single axle, heavy duty, treated wood floor, $1,200 OBO. James Threlkeld Comer 706-7833298 Vermeer model 7040 nine-foot disk mower with caddy, excellent condition, $9,500. Herman King Marietta 770971-5618 404-395-1042 Vermeer track walk-behind trencher, RTX100, bought new, used very little, stored inside, low hours. Joe Verdone Lexington 706-743-3994 Wide front-end for old Farmall tractor; cheap. Leroy Couch Toccoa 706-8864011 Woods four-foot Bush Hog; like new, $500; 72 Allis Chalmers; all-crop combine, field ready, sheltered; $2,500. Andy Adams Hartwell aapagent@ yahoo.com 706-371-2157 706-4367031 WTB: 30 to 40 horsepower diesel tractor with front end loader; four-wheel drive, low hours with or without implements. Kathy Krause Cleveland 678481-1182 Yanmar tractor; 1500 with front end scoop, Bush Hog, scrape; only 49 hours, $5,995. Liordn Jordan Blue Ridge 706455-4672 Market Bulletin Ad Form This form may be used to submit an ad. There is a 20-word limit for advertisements unless otherwise noted under category headings. The 20-word limit includes name, city, phone number and complete address, if provided. Market Bulletin staff reserves the right to edit notices exceeding the word limit. Only one notice per subscriber per issue. In order to advertise in the Bulletin, you must be a paid subscriber with a current subscription. Category: Please note some categories are not published regularly. In addition, some categories require documentation, such as a Coggins test or organic certification, prior to being published. Phone number: Subscriber number: Please include your name and full address on all correspondence sent to the Bulletin office. The following statement must be signed by the advertiser submitting this notice for publication: I hereby certify that the above notice meets all the necessary requirements for publication in the Farmers and Consumers Market Bulletin. PAGE 4 FARMERS AND CONSUMERS MARKET BULLETIN 11 horsepower Honda pressure washer; four-gallon, 3,000 PSI Cat pump; 24foot telescoping wand, $600. Charles Blalock Locust Grove 678-432-7069 13.6-28 Multi-Trac 2100 rear tractor tire; R1, four-ply, excellent condition, $250. Joseph DeWitt, III Dearing 706595-1299 140 pieces PVC pipe, 20 feet long, 2.5inch ID, 2.88-inch OD, $10. J. T. Chilton Rutledge 706-557-2555 18-ton feed bins, Choretime feed lines, Ziggity water lines, other chicken house equipment. Robert Reepe Demorest 706-754-6747 2.5 horsepower John Lauson on cart, hit and miss motor, running, $650. W C Quarles Dawsonville 706-265-3732 20 H.P. Briggs + Stratton engine complete with starter; set up for John Deere, $600 cash. Wayne Head Jersey 770639-7791 200-pound and 125-pound anvils; two No. 20 cast iron wash pots, cooking grade and other blacksmith tools. A Hendricks Austell 770-948-9842 25-kilowatt generator set engine, needs work, diesel, $1,000. David Dickson Rutledge 706-474-6956 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 30 sheets aluminum tin, four feet wide, 16 feet long, good condition. W. Preston White Alamo 912-568-7407 300-gallon plastic tank with metal cage, five-inch twist cap on top valve on bottom, $50. C. Stovall Dahlonega 678-491-0838 300-gallon propane tank just needs painting, $900 or best offer. Harley Payne Dahlonega hershellpayne202@ gmail.com 404-205-0996 678-316-8518 30x40x10-foot Red Iron, i-beam type steel building, $7,900. David Prater Valdosta 770-686-1917 330-gallon propane gas tank; 605 full tank, $300 plus gas price, less 10 percent. Robert Martin Stockbridge 770474-3479 36-volt crown fork lift with charger, $1,500. Raymond Long Loganville 770466-2435 451 New Holland cycle bar hay mower with extra blade teeth and parts, great condition; always kept inside, $850. James Gunn Rutledge 706-557-1494 50-gallon propane water heater; Bradford White brand, purchased 2010, excellent condition, $100. Linda Tittsworth Cumming 770-886-9828 500-gallon propane tank, new parts, paint, and has 10 percent gas, $500. Jeff Caudell Clarkesville 706-839-7601 500-pound propane gas tank; asking $400. James Berry Conyers 770-6871415 75 fence post; 4x4x8 inchesâ€™; treated, in good condition, $5.75 each; cash. Royce Brooks Acworth 770-378-2564 Air, kiln-dried Woodmizer sawn lumber, large selection wood specials, paneling, wide-plank flooring, fencing, barn wood. John Sell Milner sellj@bellsouth. net 770-480-2326 Baker windmill, 20x8-foot blade, Dempster windmill, 34x6-foot blade, Aermotor windmill, 60x8-foot blade. Jimmy Hardin Knoxville 478-361-3907 Bells: farm, school, church for sale; old ones and parts, also looking to buy bells. Shane Burnett Covington 770827-0999 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 Breeder house equipment: Lubin Peck waterers, chain feeders, profile grill, motors Spinx scales, slats feeders and inns. Bradley Scott Resaca 706-629-7339 Cedar boards, one inch; six to eightinch, eight feet; dry, approximately 150 feet, some matched, $150. Fred Jones West Point 706-883-8326 Cheese cutter, counter top model, cast iron, very old, in great condition, $500. Walter Kines Covington 678-658-6367 Choretime feed pans, $1 each; rusty 5v. tin $3 each, used lumber free, you take all. Roger Flanagan Murrayville 706-864-6707 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 Corn sheller, corn grinder, well bucket, pulley, tractor boom, manual post hole digger. Bill Fulton Blairsville 706-7457463 Corral panels: 12, 16 and 12-feet with four-foot gates, priced to sell. W. J Moore Conyers 770-480-2274 Ditch Witch trencher, R-40; ride-on, less than 15 hours on new rebuilt fourcylinder Wisconsin engine, new tires, $4,500. Roy Pruitt Douglasville 770949-5453 770-595-7891 Farm lawn jockeys; cement standard size, heavy, black, green, red and white in color, $295 each. G. Gibson Dawsonville 678-595-2790 Farm wagon, four wheels, front steer with tongue, sandblasted and painted; ready for new bed, $800. William Jones Blairsville 706-835-1615 Fisher wood heater, Baby Bear, $400; excellent condition. H.T. Lyon Chamblee 770-891-3939 Five horsepower Briggs & Stratton vertical shaft engine, runs well, $55; 50-foot cutting torch hose, $25. Ryan Baerne Nicholson 706-757-2672 For Sale: 800-gallon milk tank; not usable, $800. Willie Nunn Crawfordville 706-401-0002 For Sale: Old kitchen cooler that uses block ice, made of wood. Sam Smith Elberton 706-283-4170 For sale: two used 14-9x28 tractor tires, $125 each; two used 7.50x16 three-rib tractor tires, $25 each. Frank Bruce Boston 229-498-2665 Four stainless steel gas tanks with straps; four-gallon capacity, $10 each. Carl Dobson Atlanta 404-247-7343 Greenhouse trast, 16 each, 35 feet wide, two-inch galvanized steel, 1.375inch galvanized steel bracing, $100 each. David Warren Warner Robins 478-988-8406 Greenhouses; 28x96, $1,800; thousands of flower pots all sizes and huge cooler, $2,000. Renee Viars Milner 404444-9100 Half-gallon canning jars with lids, $1 each; wagon wheel 40 inches high, wired for lights, good condition. Thomas Stone College Park 404-767-2980 Have 30 sheets of roofing tin, will give to whoever wants to take down. Jack Anthony Athens 706-548-4438 Have six 4x6x16-foot timbers, cut from bridge timbers, great for pole barn, $15 each. Wayne Williamson Senoia 678378-2577 Hay tedder; two-basket fuel tanks, 100, 250 and 500-gallon. Misha Jernigan Buena Vista 706-570-2175 Heater: Black Bart II, wood stove, $100. Louise Barnett Gainesville 770536-8612 Hen nests for sale; 12 all-metal nests per box, $40 per box. Lamar Bryant Cleveland 706-878-8509 Hooper goose-neck trailer, nine-ton, 8x20 feet, three axles, barn kept, equipment or hay, $3,000. Jimmy Rains LaFayette 706-638-3531 Irrigation system: 2,400 feet; four-inch twist lock pipe, 15 rain bird sprinklers, No. 70 elbow, other supplies, $6,000. Dan Skipper Ludowici 912-545-9566 912-294-5901 Lincoln welder; ac 225, amps excellent condition. John Masters Loganville 770-298-4614 Locust posts, rails and oak lumber. Eugene Cook Blairsville 706-745-8724 706-897-5828 Log splitter; two large double acting cylinders, HD pump and control valve and hoses for log splitter, $150. Bob Marriott Concord 770-355-4103 Manure spreader, small, like new, $1,200 OBO. Kimsey Black Braselton 770-967-3095 770-561-1037 Meat cleaver, broad axe, two cowhide bottom chairs, turpentine dip bucket, unused iron heater. Russell Jewell Waycross 912-283-8871 Metal and plastic barrels with locks, tops; solid with bun holes; plastic tanks, 275 gallons in wire cages. G. Allen Covington 770-786-6377 Metal cattle gate wanted; eight to 10 feet. Wayne Kitchens Jackson 678925-0857 Miller Knuth, plumbers tool, power hack saw, in working order, $95, firm. Harold Lee Canton 404-786-6059 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2013 Oak boards: four 3.5x18 inches by 16 feet; $100 for all four. John Branan Dry Branch 478-960-6961 Old log house, excellent condition; delivery and set-up available, anywhere. Kerry Hix Chatsworth 706-695-6431 Older model No. 10ER Shopsmith with attachments, owner manual, $20; need good used tin, poles; Barrow County area. Michael Thornhill Hoschton 770867-9033 One beam scales, used to weigh cotton; 150-pound M.G. weight, $60. Pearl Nolan Rocky Face 706-673-4992 One-row corn picker for 801 Ford, good condition, asking $375, sheltering. Carl Sanders Carlton 706-743-3436 Propane tank; 250 gallons with regulator in good condition, can load on trailer, $300. Andy Cooper Hiram 770-2355039 Rabbit boxes, $10 each; carpenter bee traps, $10 each, extra shipping for bee traps. Billy Middlebrooks Monroe 770267-7084 Roofing metal, used, various lengths, 75 cents per foot; leave phone number. M. Johnson Stockbridge 770-474-8965 Sawmill lumber, pine and hardwood, as low as 35 cents per board foot; custom cuts available. Mitchell Smith Griffin 404-867-5106 Sears aluminum fiber coating for roofs and mobile homes, 15 gallons, $100. E. G Johnson Lawrenceville 770-9632782 Three-point Cat I Fimco; 25-gallon sprayer, with boom and handgun, good condition, $275. Miles Hess Fitzgerald 706-983-0387 Three-rail white vinyl ranch fence; 115 16-foot rails, 109 posts, never used; cover 615 feet, not divide, $2,200. Jimmy Wheeler Monticello 770-241-1088 Titan 16.9x24 eight-ply R1 tractor tire, long bar, short bar, new $850; no text, call before 9 p.m. John Seay Woodstock 770-924-4510 Tree stand for Hi Sting aluminum, two inches wide, 12 feet high, $25. W. Lee Canton 404-457-3149 Truck fuel tank, slides under tool box with pump, $125. James Ray Jasper 770-893-7030 Two chicken cages; two 8x8 garage doors, $50. David Powell Monticello 470-233-9592 Two each, straight axles with bearing buddies, $150 each or $175 for both. William Timmerman Harlem email@example.com 803-640-6265 Two old kerosene or fuel oil tanks with pumps; rectangular in shape, 2x4 feet, $100 each; both $150. Mac Callihan Cleveland 706-892-8641 706-2193680 Walking freezer cooler; freezer 8x5 feet; cooler 5x5 feet, meat grinder, 115 volts. M Mammoth Fairburn 770-9690151 Wanted: 2 gal. nursery pots; large quantity, must be in good conditon. Lucille Browder Waynesboro 706-8332444 Wanted: hog feeders, good condition, reasonably priced. Sibby Green Bremen 678-372-0782 Wood burning stove for sale: great condition. Peggy Griffin Clarkesville 706-768-8417 Woodmizer lumber; 1x12 pine, poplar oak trailer flooring, any thickness. Larry Moore Newnan 678-278-5709 Woodstove with chimney kit, great for shop, $300. Glenn Handrop Cumming firstname.lastname@example.org 770-827-3026 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 706-9755732. 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 email@example.com. 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 and 3rd Sat. Livestock Sale; sale starts at 10 a.m., tack/horses; pigs at 11:30, cows at noon, goats at 1 p.m., poultry sale to follow; Metter Livestock Market, Lyons, Ga. Info: Lewie Fortner, 478-553-6066. GAL 3415. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org Farm Machinery Wanted 150 to 200-bushel gravity wagon. good tires and not rusted out; seeking in Walton, Oconee and adjacent counties. Daniel Dover Good Hope 678-617-3468 Allis Chalmers 80R sickle hay mower, cutter working or for parts wanted. Allen Morris Mount Vernon damorris@gfb. org 912-293-6471 Farmall 140 tractor or Super A tractor, running or repairable. Nelson Massey Conyers 404-273-3777 I need a front end loader for a David Brown 990. Clayton Lowe Athens 706540-5198 I want a one-row cultivator in good working order, priced reasonable also. Curtis Barfield Gray 478-986-8852 478986-5924 Looking for a 130-horsepower or greater John Deere tractor. Ben Jackson Clermont 770-561-0896 Looking for old farm trailer. Glenn Smith Athens 706-207-7878 Looking to buy EZ Haul hay hauler, five-roll, bumper pull. Susan Lee Lakeland 229-482-2242 Need eight hangers for harrow that will accept sealed bearings, will consider whole harrow. Randy Lowe Roberta 478-836-3208 Need rear wheel for Farmall M or 400; needs to be in good repair. Bruce Stanford Gray 478-256-5763 Need short power take-off shaft and barrens for Super Major Fordson tractor; 1964; leave message. Bobby Walker Franklin 770-854-8430 Pecan equipment: sprayer, dumpcart, harvester, sweeper, shaker (self propelled), blower, 15-foot John Deere mower. Frank Dixon Camilla 229-328-6130 Transmission D-6 Cat, nine-volt oil clutch or dry clutch, need housing. Dale Anderson Elberton 706-283-2602 Want to buy Covington planter; one row. Major Dowell Lilburn email@example.com 770-634-0488 Want a front-end loader for a cab Ford 7710 and a old cotton wagon or watermelon wagon. Paul Smith Hazlehurst 478-952-3899 Want to buy small farm tractor with belly mower, repairable, OK. Doyle Barnes Social Circle 678-481-5067 Wanted: Allis Chalmers rear rim that a 924 tire will fit. Marvin Fuller Lizella 478935-8380 Wanted: Allis Chambers 320; threecylinder diesel motor. Ralph Phillips Dawson firstname.lastname@example.org 229995-3440 Wanted: chicken plucker, need before Nov. 1. John Pell Fayetteville 770-9647935 Wanted: corn picker, pull type or mounted, also need corn sheller belt or power take-off. Larry Meyer Gainesville email@example.com 404-2428347 Wanted: film mulch laying machine, four- or five-foot, decent or readily repairable. Herbert Metz Cumming 678947-6987 Wanted: Gear box for Bush Hog 207, rotary cutter, 12492 gearbox number, shaft housing number 60276. Lynn Johnson Alamo 912-568-7672 Wanted: John Deere 709 three-point hitch mower for parts. James Rivers Stapleton 706-598-3633 Wanted: model K32 or K42 rototiller for Kubota B6000E. Charles Arp Fairburn 678-489-5699 678-571-7791 Wanted: one-row Oxbo or like model; pull behind pea, bean picker. Matt Dee Bartow 706-410-4570 Wanted: Used six-row rolling cultivator, good condition. Sam Martin Barwick 229-403-6212 Will buy dairy, cheesemaking equipment, stainless steel tanks; want curd mills, cheese mold, milk silos. Rogers Beasley Marietta rbeasley@theihcc. com 770-516-8313 404-671-9551 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. 10 Black Angus heifers; farm raised, bred to IBW Angus bull with top bloodlines. Don Hudgins Marietta firstname.lastname@example.org 404-886-6849 10 black heifers in 650 to 700-pound range, $10,000. Neil Patrick Sylvania 912-687-5045 11 Angus, Brangus-cross heifers; 7 to 9 months, recently weaned, average 600 pounds, vaccinated, $850. Charles Chlker Thomson 706-339-8557 FARM SUPPLIES If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. 1,000 feet lumber and turning blocks: oak, maple, hickory, ash, basswood, pine, cedar and poplar. David Gray Bowdon 770-655-4674 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2013 12 King Ranch Santa Gertrudis cows and pairs, $1,250; cows, $1,500 on pairs. Myron Colley Metter 706-306-3506 12-month-old black SimAngus heifers; all shots current. Jeff Cann Dewy Rose 678-936-3564 706-245-5003 12-year-old purebred Angus bull, very gentle, Predestined grandson, vaccinated, $1,500. C. W Herndon Brunswick email@example.com 912-222-9446 15 Black Angus bred to calve in March and April, $1,250; Angus and Brangus bulls, $1,800 and $1,500. Alan Williams Milan 229-315-1261 2-year-old Angus cross bull; big, beautiful, burly, extremely gentle, has bred with 10 percent success, $1,500. Bob Grisel Hoschton 706-658-4713 22 Angus cross yearling heifers, $1,100 each; Chickamauga. Mike Towns Jasper 423-580-7815 23 bred commercial Brangus cows; 10 bred registered Brangus heifers; Brangus and Angus bulls for sale. Paul Roberts Hogansville 678-378-4697 25-plus, mostly black heifers, scored by vet, ready to breed; $1,250 each; take all, $1,350, pick and choose. Shaun Cox Washington 706-319-3572 3-year-old Angus bull, 5050 son, beef value over 93, $3,000; yearling bulls by 5050 and Predestined. Anthony Boyett Reidsville 912-557-6240 30 regd. polled Hereford hefiers,12 months old, and service age bulls, shots and wormed, $1600 and up. Brad Mullins Martin 706-491-7556 35 Baldie heifers; 90 days bred, more than 900 pounds, will start calving in March. Mickey Carnes Waverly 31565 45 heifers; mostly Angus IBW/Brangus bull heifers; 90 days, good stock pick, 10 or more, $1,295. James Hunter Bishop 706-255-5214 6-month-old Angus bull, GAR Precision and 878, $700. Paul Beck Cedartown 706-506-2434 75 grass-fed dairy heifers; seven months bred, vet checked and certified. Mike Bell Maysville firstname.lastname@example.org 678-617-4825 96 young black cows and heifers, bred to low birth weight Angus bulls; will divide. Connie Walker Pearson 912-4228100 AI Angus cross heifers; due at the end of October, $1,800. Albert Collins Lyons 912-240-2264 Beefmaster bulls; 1-year-olds, $1,000; 4-year-old, $2,000; registered polled red exceptional offspring. Sonny Bettis Blairsville 404-642-4275 Beefmaster bulls; BBU registered, red polled, 14 to 16 months old. Bill Hutson Blairsville 404-550-8766 Black Angus bulls; have two, one with white on face, 2 years old, parents on site, $800 each. Barry Cowan Covington 770-480-5775 Black Angus bulls; registered AI sires by War Party, 8180-004, Mitty Focus, Lead On, Retail Product, 15 months in January. Gary Autry Ringgold 423-9025925 Brangus steers; five steers, 800 to 900 pounds each, $995 each. Anthony Whitworth Martin 770-597-9804 Bull: registered Balancer bull for sale; 4 years old; 50 percent Red Angus, 50 percent Gelbvieh, $2,000 firm. Ron Ward Elberton 706-498-2484 Bulls: Red Brahman, Simbrah and Simmental; weaning and breeding age; few cows and heifers. Cliff Adams Bowdon 770-258-2069 Calving ease, milking ability, gentleness, registered polled Shorthorn bulls, show heifers, steers, excellent quality, Club Calf member. Ken Bridges Commerce 706-768-3480 Charolais bulls; breeding age, easy calving, good EPDs, $2,000 each. Marshall Bennett Adel 229-300-3164 Classic Jersey heifer; 1 year old, bottle fed, very tame; high milk producing genetics, ready to breed, $1,250. William Gholston Dahlonega 706-867-6588 Commercial open Hereford heifers, registered Hereford bulls, registered open heifers; bred heifers Al sired, bred. James Neighbors Americus 229-3370038 Dexter milk cow: A2 milk genes; PHA, Chondro-free; 3.5 years old, black, has two healthy calves, $1,500. Alice Heath Toccoa 770-298-6777 Five Black Angus cows: one Brangus (8 years), one Angus-Hereford (8 years), two Angus (3 years), one Brangus (2 years); $6,500. Mark Woodham Madison 404-379-8037 FARMERS AND CONSUMERS MARKET BULLETIN For Sale: three polled Hereford heifers, approximately 8 months old; two polled Hereford bulls, approximately 8 months old. Henry Crosby Baxley 912367-4517 Gelbvieh bulls; all registered purebred, bred for easy calving and fast growth. John Kiss Gainesville 770-531-1126 Hereford bulls for sale; yearlings and 2-year-olds, horned and polled, several good bloodlines. Michael Bennett Cumming 404-771-5454 Hereford cross bull, approximately 500 pounds; born March 29, 2013; sire on premises; $650, nice. S. Sewell Elberton 706-283-5817 Holstein heifers: 14 bred to calve November and December, 27 open, 35 years AI history; 22,000 pounds rolling average. Ronald Martin Westminister 864-710-1663 Jersey bull, 3 years old, beautiful and gentle, $900. Priscilla Freeman Calhoun 770-241-0233 Jersey bull; 3 year old, farm raised, very good bull. Joe Hudgins Douglasville 770-565-7212 Limousin bulls; double polled and double black; Lim-Flex bulls, all shots and work health guaranteed. Larry Howard Flintstone 423-596-3819 Low birth weight, three-quarter Simmental bulls for sale; sired by Upgrade out of Macho cows, gentle, $2,500 each. Keith Thrasher Carlton 706-296-4031 One Angus purebred bull; born December 2012, good bloodlines, can be registered, no texts please. Mark Boatright Bristol email@example.com 912-288-4442 One Limousin bull; gentle, black, polled, 15 months,1,300 pounds; birth weight 68 pounds. Gray Bowdon 770258-2581 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 Polled Hereford bull; 15 months, registered THM Durango (Mead) bloodlines, ring-necked, big-boned, haltered; FFA project. Gabe Brogdon Irwinton 478595-7644 Polled Hereford bulls; top bloodlines, 9 to 36 months old. Jimmy Jeanes Macon 478-972-0912 Purebred black Angus bulls,10 to 12 months, $1,000 each. Roy Millsap Summerville 770-891-0486 Purebred polled Jersey bull; 30 months old, very gentle, $1,500. A.W. Leverett Milledgeville 478-452-8377 Red Angus bull, about 6 months old; 200-plus pounds, $450. P.D. Stratton Locust Grove 770-315-9317 Registered Angus bulls, 24 to 25 months old, semen tested and docile. John Stuedemann Comer 706-202-2371 Registered Angus bulls, excellent EPDs from Upward bloodline. Doyle Waters Chickamauga 423-605-2716 706-375-6565 Registered Angus bulls, late 2012 birthdate, bloodline, ABS Emblazon, $2,000. L&R Farms Swainsboro 478494-4150 478-289-7711 Registered Angus bulls; 13 months, docile. William Hix Comer 706-2485851 706-540-2470 Registered Black Angus bull; 19 months old; registered Hereford bull, 3 years old; young bull, 8 months old. David Ray Rydal DvdRay100@aol.com 770-607-3011 Registered Black Angus bulls; 1 and 2 years old, AI to Objective and GAR5050; calving ease, gentle. K Schwock Homer 404-735-9524 Registered Black Angus bulls; New Design and War Alliance bloodlines, $1,200. Eugene Ridley LaFayette 706764-6110 Registered Black Angus cows, pairs, heifers; young bulls, $1,000. David Chadwick Waleska 404-386-8194 404790-3068 Registered Black Angus cows; bred to registered Simmental (Steel Force son); top bloodlines, ages 2007 to 2010. Marty Clark Jefferson 770-294-5579 Registered Brangus bull, 5 years old, excellent breeder, gentle; great heifer bull also, 15 months, full Brangus bull. Tommy Walker Rockmart 770-6846150 678-684-9770 Registered Charolais bulls, purebred Simmental bulls, breeding age, gentle. Adam Marsh Statesboro 912-536-1430 Registered double polled Hereford bull; halter broke, very gentle, just turned 2; $2,000. Tim Parks Murrayville Parksfencing@gmail.com 770-718-6023 Registered Hereford yearling bulls and heifers, pasture ready, September and December bulls to choose from. Tim Parks Ellijay 706-635-2531 Registered Jersey cow; quiet, hand and machine milked, bred to registered Jersey bull, due December, $1,500. Linda Willis Cochran 478-230-7972 Registered Limousin bull; homozygous black, 3 years old; Loadstar bloodline, ready to work, $2,500. Kip Jones LaFayette 706-639-3982 Registered polled Hereford bull, gentle, 4 years old, great bloodline (Victor); calves on property. Joey Yasinski Senoia 770-251-1408 770-252-0833 Registered polled Hereford bulls, gentle, rugged pasture raised, easy calving, 20 to 23 months old, good EPDs and bloodlines. Bobby Brantley Tennille 478-553-8598 478-552-9328 Registered polled Hereford bulls, good EPDs, ultrasound carcass, info provided, herd certified and accredited. Larry Lane Carrollton 678-378-5170 Registered red Simmental cow-calf pairs for sale; www.edrsimmental.com. Andrew Davis Statesboro firstname.lastname@example.org 912-536-5868 Service-aged purebred Black Angus, black-Simmental bulls, extensive A-I breeding experience; registered Simmental heifers, open and bred. Billie Clanton Odum 912-221-1383 912-5862388 Seven registered, bred, Black Angus heifers;12 registered cows and bulls, ready for service. Fred Blitch Statesboro 912-865-5454 Simmental, SimAngus bulls, 30 yearlings, three 2-year-olds; blaze-face, black, raised on fescue, not overfed, won’t melt. Lanier Warbington Cumming 404-281-2433 Simmental, SimAngus bulls,12 to 16 months old, top bloodlines, excellent EPDs, red and black, polled. Alvin Chastain Danielsville 706-202-2333 Simmental, SimAngus bulls;1 to 2 years old, black, $2,000 to $3,000, low birth weight, AI sires, excellent EPDs. Chet Barrett Mt Airy 706-499-8008 Six purebred Simmental heifers and bull, all black, three heifers have white face. Kirk Little Lyons 912-326-3512 Six registered polled Beefmaster heifers,12 months. Wayne Farmer Oxford 770-786-6469 Superior herd of registered Charolais cattle, starter herd, service age bulls, delivery available. Bobby Burch Eastman 478-718-2128 Three registered Black Angus bulls, well-bred; Graham Angus line, 9 months; $1,250 each; near Columbus. Bill Cliatt Midland 706-718-0664 Three registered black Angus cows, two heifers and two bulls, can be registered; asking $9,000 OBO. Eddie Aderholdt Eastanollee eddie_aderholdt@ yahoo.com 706-599-1429 Two registered Angus bulls, 21 and 20 months old, great pedigrees, $1,700 each. Jeannetta Shipp Royston 706245-8866 Two registered Gelbvieh red bulls, one 21 months old and the other 34 months, AI. Gene Cantrell Shadydale 770-3126224 Two registered Herefords, 10 months old, one bull and one cow, all shots and wormed, pasture raised, good bloodline. Mike Ward Summerville 706862-2405 Two Zebu bull calves for sale, $150 each or $200 for both. Jan Hanson Waynesboro 706-558-1015 6-week-old pigs, Duroc-Yorkshire cross; vaccinated and cast, $50 each. Dale Hawbaker Monroe 770-317-0995 7 and 9-week-old pigs for sale. David Lingefelt Canton 770-480-6177 All ages, breeds, and sizes; fill that freezer for the winter; have fresh pork all year. Angel Pollan Barnesville email@example.com 770-713-2280 Feeder pigs (Hereford-Blue Butt cross) born July, $50. Dave Cook Carrollton 770-214-7323 Great black piglets for sale, great meat and temperament, asking $100 per pig; males and females available. Lance Barrett Suches 706-747-2003 Hampshire, Yorkshire, Berkshire, Duroc boars, gilts, most 8 to 12 weeks old, north Georgia delivery Nov. 9; value herd. Lawton Kemp Dudley 478-8753243 Hampshire-Yorkshire cross pigs. Tammy Anderson Elberton 770-403-8964 Miniature pigs: mention ad for $200 discount; superior bloodlines, visit our website www.paradiseminipigs.com.; email firstname.lastname@example.org. Hope Bennett Cleveland 706-348-7279 Open range hogs for sale, 400 to 500 pounds; each, $350. Lamar Chandler Jersey 770-856-4498 770-464-2001 Registered Berkshires; born on Sept. 28, bloodlines from Grand Champions; Sugar Daddy and Dream On. Justin Pearson Waycross 912-614-4332 York, tam pigs, $60 each; 6 weeks old, wormed and cut; four barrows, two gilts. Andrew Thornton Carrollton email@example.com 404-694-3348 770-830-8913 Yorkshire boar, 2.5 years old, $375. Nelda Corson Milner 678-859-6074 PAGE 5 ADGA bred Lamancha and OberhasliLamancha does; two Lamancha bucklings, one buck; excellent bloodlines. Preston Garner Braselton mg32144@ windstream.net 706-654-3423 ADGA Nubian doelings, $300 and up; does and bred does, $400 and up; stud service available. Lisa Rees Good Hope 770-267-8279 ADGA registered dairy goats for sale; Nigerian Dwarf, blue eyes and Lamancha, available now; bred does, doelings. V. Sudderth Commerce 678-283-0752 ADGA Saanen milker, $500; five does and one buck (8 months old) $350 each, excellent bloodlines. Scott Mallory Commerce 706-400-8029 AKGA pure and crossbred buckling; lots of color, 5 months old, $100 to $250. Ruth Hancock LaGrange firstname.lastname@example.org 706-333-1702 Babydoll rams; black and white, all Mock registered, $150 cash. Dianne Westbrook Crawford wdw3252@msn. com 706-540-0633 Barbados and Katahdin sheep for sale; breeding rams and ewes. Richard Grebel Albany 229-436-0736 229-869-2547 Boer: herd reduction; registered and purebred; contact for inventory; www. TarzanT66.com pedigree. Tammy Skinner Winder email@example.com 770-867-0009 678-414-0731 CAGBA registered colored Angora goats, does, bucks, red and black, handspinning fiber. Tina Evans Taylorsville 770-324-4380 Dorper ram lambs for sale and two fullblood Dorper rams for sale, registered with ADSBS. Shannon Copeland Odum 912-586-2319 912-294-2983 Fainting Myotonic goats; registered, small, healthy, vaccinated, etc., weanlings, young adults, disbudded, polled, silkies and others. Marsha Kelly Newnan 770-251-8896 For Sale: one full Pygmy billy goat, $130; also one 3-month-old Pygmy billy, $35. Denise Barnes Ball Ground 770893-4803 Four nice goats for sale. Aubrey New Kennesaw 404-694-1828 Full blood Savanna meat goat bucks, 7 to 9 months, $700 to $900; DNA certified and ID chips. Gerald Freeman Martin firstname.lastname@example.org 706-4916555 Full-blood Boer bucks and does for sale; good bloodlines, email or leave message. Stanley Dockery Young Harris email@example.com 706745-9899 High percentage Boer goats, five females, four males, $700. Jimmie Mize Greensboro 706-453-2451 Katahdin ram lambs for sale, $150. Talley Culclasure Macon 478-954-3814 Katahdin spring lambs for sale; ewes and rams, $125 to $175 each. Thomas Kittle Ringgold 706-935-3563 Kiko black buck, 100 percent New Zealand, sire is Sonny Boy, $700. Ken Hatley Zebulon 770-358-1300 Kiko bucklings, born March 2013 for sale; one very big purebred is breeding quality. Ann Toles Lindale annetoles@ aol.com 706-766-1729 Goats And Sheep If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. 100 percent Boer bucks, does for sale, championship bloodlines, Tarzan T66, Warlord, Tarma, ready for breeding. Susan Bragg Conyers 404-375-3401 18-month-old billy, mixed Boer, $125. W. W Abney Franklin 770-253-0263 2-year-old stud Pygmy goat, $65. Kyle Vrooman Winder bethvrooman@live. com 678-472-5427 5-year-old Boer billy; proven breeder, very gentle, must sell to prevent inbreeding, $225. Tim Stanfield Tyrone 770-964-0574 60 Kiko-cross goats for sale; wethers $100, females $150; 60 Katahdin sheep, $150 and up. Ryan Ayers Carrollton firstname.lastname@example.org 678-378-7116 7 month old, 100 percent Boer doeling; traditional color; dam had triplets; registered sire, Ennobled bloodlines, $250. V.K. Wheeler Monticello 706-468-6806 ADGA Alpines, breeding quality bucks, CAE free, healthy show herd, $200 and up; preorder home milkers. Angela Peevy Dacula apeevy@montagefarm. com 678-873-3017 ADGA American Saanen doelings, born April and May from CAE, brucelosis, and TB-free herd, $450. Susan McPherson Buford 678-618-9728 Market Bulletin Subscription Request Form I would like to receive a subscription to the print version of the Farmers and Consumers Market Bulletin. Subscriptions are $10/year (26 issues). q New Subscriber q Renewal Name: Address: City: State Zip 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. 17 feeder pigs, born Sept. 16 and Sept. 30; two 10-month old boars, three finished pigs. Robert Cook Hamilton 706-575-4683 (Please list only the address where you want your Bulletin mailed.) Email address: Phone number: (Please provide a phone number in the event Bulletin staff has a question about your address or subscription.) Please make checks payable to ‘Georgia Department of Agriculture.’ Send payments to: Georgia Department of Agriculture, PO Box 742510, Atlanta, GA 30374-2105. PAGE 6 FARMERS AND CONSUMERS MARKET BULLETIN WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2013 TAKE 5: Georgia Grown magazine 1. How did the idea for Georgia Grown magazine come about? The idea for the magazine came from Commissioner of Agriculture Gary W. Black. He wanted a way to communicate to the public the importance of agriculture in the state of Georgia. The first issue was fantastic and became the calling card of the Department and what we support every day. We think this second issue is even better and we hope you enjoy it. 2. What is the theme for this year’s issue? The theme for the 2013 to 2014 Georgia Grown magazine is “Heritage in Farming.” It is something that we thought embodied Georgia agriculture. The majority of Georgia farms are family-owned and many have been passed down through generations. We wanted people to see the passion that is behind these families that put food on our tables and clothes on our backs. 3. Tell us about some of the commodities featured this year. This year, like last year, we chose to focus on the commodities that make the state of Georgia a leader in agriculture production. Most people can name the “Five Ps of Georgia Agriculture” – peaches, peanuts, poultry, pecans and pine – but beyond that we have some great commodities in this state that have a huge impact. Turf grass is a great example of one of the commodities featured this year that has global impacts that many people don’t know we grow here in Georgia. ASBRIDGE agriCULTURE Letter from the Editor I had the pleasure of meeting a number of new, present and former Market Bulletin subscribers this month at the Georgia National Fair and Sunbelt Agricultural Exposition. Through my conversations, I learned that there’s one thing a great number of subscribers want out of this publication: more. They want the farmland for sale ads to come out more than twice a year. They want to see more craft patterns, like those that ran back in the 1960s. They want to see more recipes. They want to see more organic items for sale in a certified organic ad category. They want to see more coupons for grocery stores. The list goes on. Well, folks, here’s the thing. I want more, too. That’s the main reason I accepted this position, to bring more agriculture coverage and make the Market Bulletin a worthwhile investment for producers and consumers of all ages and backgrounds. But I can’t do it without your help. A Market Bulletin print subscription costs $10 per year. That $10 barely covers the printing costs and postage for 26 issues, because the Market Bulletin is not, and has never been, a moneymaking publication. As I was reminded numerous times since I started on July 1, it was free for 93 of its 96 years of existence. Now, it’s a nonprofit publication, not funded by taxpayer dollars … but instead, solely by its subscriber base. As a nonprofit, we have specific guidelines we have to follow for advertisements and revenue sources. Myself, the public affairs office and the commissioner are working on ways to bring you more from your Market Bulletin. We are exploring the possibility of paid advertisements (to fall within the nonprofit regulations) from agribusinesses and commodity groups. We are behind the scenes working with our technology experts to bring the website up to par and continue to build on our social media presence. We are even looking into grants to help fund educational coverage of specific agricultural topics. And starting this fall, we’ll be sending reminder notices in the mail to renew your subscription 30 days before it expires, so you won’t forget. In order to be able to bring in other sources of revenue to help the Market Bulletin cover its costs, we need to have a healthy subscriber base. Offering paid advertisements to commodity groups and telling them you have 50,000 subscribers sounds a lot better than telling them you have 39,642 (or thereabouts). Telling them you’ve got 100,000 sounds even better than 50,000. That being said, I ask each of you to ask one person if they’d be interested in subscribing to the Market Bulletin. Maybe it’s your cousin in metro Atlanta who wants to start a backyard garden, but doesn’t know how. Show him a few of Arty’s Garden tips and the flowers and plants for sale ads. Perhaps it’s a neighbor who’s 87 and getting out of the chicken business and needs a place to sell her equipment that won’t break the bank. She could probably be well-served by the ads section as well. What about your county Extension agents and ag teachers? They could get a classroom or office subscription that would act as a resource for students. That feed salesgirl who’s always on the road traveling to events could use an online subscription to check on her smartphone, tablet or laptop while she’s on the go. We all want more from the Market Bulletin, and we want more people to be interested in it, whether it’s to buy, sell or read about agriculture. But we’ll never know who those “more people” might be unless we ask them. 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. 4. How do you choose the farms featured in the issue? All of the farms featured in the Georgia Grown magazine are chosen from the list of Georgia Grown members. It is our way of giving a little back to the members that support us. 5. Where can I find a copy? We have the magazines at all of our office locations across the state of Georgia. We hope everyone will stop by their nearest office or state farmers market and pick one up and learn a little bit more about Georgia agriculture. You can also view it online at www.gaagriculture.com. Alec Asbridge is the special projects coordinator for the Georgia Department of Agriculture. GUEST COLUMN: Georgia Homemakers Council, Inc., revives craft traditions In 1936, the National Home Demonstration Council was formed. The name was later changed to the Homemakers Council, Inc. Georgia Homemakers Council, Inc., is what we’re all about. We held our 88th annual conference in April in Athens, Ga. We have a membership of people on committees such as education, health and family, environmental, cultural Morris, with prize-winning yo- arts and special community yo quilt on display at the 2013 projects. This dedicated Georgia National Fair membership willingly serves its community in various capacities and sponsors activities that are consistent with its commitment to education and service. The officers are president from Chatham County; president elect from Hall County; vice president from Fayette County; treasurer from Rabun County; secretary from Fayette County; district directors from Fannin, Pike and Chatham counties; and other appointed chairpersons. Georgia Homemakers Council, Inc., executive board meets January and August in Macon, Ga. Our goals and projects support the Southeastern Burn Center in Augusta, Ga., cancer society and many more. We give two scholarships annually to senior high school 4-H members and make quilts of valor for the military. Each Homemaker Club meets each month in their local areas and supports council projects and the conference. In addition, some projects are locally done, such as sponsoring a child to go to 4-H camp, supporting the military, collecting can tabs for 4-H and the Ronald McDonald House, local hospices, hospitals and nursing FARMERS & CONSUMERS MARKET BULLETIN (ISSN 0889-5619) is published biweekly by the Georgia Department of Agriculture 19 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive Atlanta, GA 30334-4250 404-656-3722 • Fax 404-463-4389 Office hours 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday homes; recycling; and supporting local police and fire departments. Georgia Homemakers Council, Inc., Week is observed Oct. 6 through 12 each year, statewide. At our annual conference in April, we have speakers, entertainment, workshops, plant sales and more. We recognize 50-year members, those who have died in the past year with memorial services and present the Homemaker of the Year to a member selected for the award from entries across the state. We have a fashion revue with all participants wearing handmade or wisely-purchased apparel. Contests include Cotton Creations, which requires all items to be made from cotton; crafts and hobbies are anything not made from cotton; and photography, quilting and recycling projects, all for sharing ideas and working together. Several of Georgia’s commissions have sponsored these events so we can present winning ribbons and awards in each category. One of the most enjoyable and rewarding events of Georgia Homemakers Council, Inc., is to be invited to take part in the Georgia National Fair in October. We started about eight years ago doing one day, then two, then three, now four. We have items to show and sell and teach crafts such as quilting, crocheting, knitting, yo-yos and other projects. The next time you go to the fair, be sure to tour the Miller Murphy Howard Building and visit us. This is a building you walk into and are in another world. Club members teach children, seniors and anyone wanting to learn sewing, cooking, handcrafts or gardening. You name it, we will find someone to do it! We need to renew lost traditions that Grandma did! So, join us and be involved in local and state levels, and we’ll see you at the 89th conference in 2014! Sara Morris is a past president of Georgia Homemakers Council, Inc. She encourages all who are interested in learning more about the organization to write her at 225 Plantation Road, Zebulon, GA 30298. Gary W. Black, Commissioner MARKET BULLETIN STAFF Dallas Duncan, editor Gerrie Fort, circulation manager Merlissa Smith, customer services specialist Subscriptions are available via US mail at a cost of $10 per year. Online subscriptions are $5 per year and can be renewed on our website. To start or renew a subscription, go to our website to pay by Visa or MasterCard, or send a check or money order payable to the Georgia Department of Agriculture along with your name, complete mailing address and phone number to PO Box 742510 Atlanta, GA 30374-2510. Designate “Market Bulletin” in the “for” line. To determine if an existing subscription is due for renewal, look for the expiration date on the mailing address label on page 1. Postmaster: Send address changes to 19 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, Atlanta, 30334. The Department does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, national origin, age or disability in the admission or access to, or treatment in, its employment policy, programs or activities. The Department’s Administration Division coordinates compliance with the non-discrimination requirements contained in Section 35.107 of the Department of Justice Regulations. Information concerning the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the rights provided thereunder, are available from this division. If you require special assistance in utilizing our services, please contact us. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2013 FARMERS AND CONSUMERS MARKET BULLETIN PAGE 7 ARTY’S GARDEN: Pansies and violas provide a winter rainbow Even the most ardent Georgia growers fans of Gone with the sowed seeds for pansies Wind may find it hard and violas back in July to believe that when or August and nursed the Margaret Mitchell began seedlings along through writing her famous late summer so that all novel she had a different we have to do is pick out name for Scarlett. The the forms and colors we original name Mitchell want when we go to a gave her heroine was nursery or garden center. Pansy. Plant your pansies Pansy was a common and violas in sunny name for girls in the areas in well-prepared 19th century. Sources beds or containers filled that track these things with potting soil. Water claim that Pansy reached them well at planting. its peak of popularity in Especially be sure to 1900 and dropped off keep those in containers the charts by 1950. watered during winter PANSIES and violas may come with “faces,” like this one. These dry spells. Keep dead Though the name Pansy is no longer popu- add color to winter gardens, and more colors and varieties are blooms pinched off to available now than ever before. lar, the flower pansy is encourage new blooms more popular than ever! to appear. If seed pods In fact, as we look at the millions of pansies in bloom form, the plants may stop flowering. To fertilize, use all across Georgia in the coming months, we may find an all-purpose balanced fertilizer such as 10-10-10 it hard to believe there was once a time when pansies and follow directions on the label. Remember, it is were not a widespread part of our winter landscape. always better to under-fertilize than to use too much. Some gardeners did not plant pansies in the fall, but If you don’t want just pansies and violas, you can waited until early spring. Seriously! They were missadd winter color with other hardy annuals such as ing months of color and beauty! And the varieties snapdragons, ornamental kale and cabbage, dusty available 50 years ago were few and inferior commiller, dianthus and curly parsley. Visit a local pared to what we have today. nursery or garden center today to see what varietToday you will find many varieties of pansies ies of pansies, violas and winter annuals they have and violas for sale in nurseries and garden centers. available. They can also advise you on preparing your Violas are pansies with smaller, but more numerous beds with compost or soil amendments and what ferflowers. Few flowers other than bearded irises offer tilizers to choose. If you aren’t sure about what color such an array of color. Yellow, gold, crimson, dark flowers look best together, they can help you with that red, rose, blue, violet, lavender, purple, white, cream, as well! apricot, orange and combinations of these are all part Arty Schronce is the Department’s resident of the pansy and viola palette. There are some that are gardening expert. He’s a lifelong gardener and a horalmost black. These dark beauties look like they are ticulture graduate of North Carolina State University made of velvet and provide an ideal contrast to yelwho encourages everyone to discover the pleasures of low, white and orange varieties. plants and gardening. TOUR: Legislators bring knowledge of ag, forestry back to districts From Page 1 gap and do that.” Many of the tour stops fell in the area represented by Rep. Amy Carter. “Agriculture is the way of life in my district, so I felt it best to even serve as a cheerleader for the south Georgia farms that we spotlighted on this tour,” Carter said. “I think it’s important that those who live in the urban and suburban areas of the state to see what rural Georgia truly looks like.” Rep. Margaret Kaiser, on the other hand, represents part of the metro Atlanta area. As a restaurant owner and representative of a district where farm-to-table eateries are gaining popularity, Kaiser said she has always found the Ag Committee fascinating. She said going on tours such as this allow her to gain a better understanding of technology and advancements in agriculture. “I told my husband I know I’m a city girl, but I think I’ve got a little farm girl in me,” she said. “I’ll never buy a 2x4 or a chicken without a totally different appreciation for the process.” State representatives Darlene Taylor (left) and Amy Carter hold freshly cleaned cotton at the Funston Gin Company in Funston, Ga., a stop on the Georgia Agribusiness Council’s legislative agriculture tour. Photo by Dallas Duncan Easy cheese squares FEATURED RECIPE: LEGAL NOTICE: Equine auction now set for Nov. 16 Pursuant to section 4-13-7 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated (Humane Care for Equines Act), the Georgia Department of Agriculture will conduct a live auction on the following equine. The auction will be held Saturday, Nov. 16, 2013, at the Mansfield Impound Barn in Mansfield, Ga. The said equine may be inspected at the facility beginning at 10 a.m. Pictures of the equine will be posted, when available, on the Department website. Sealed bids will not be accepted on these equine. Hope: 8-month-old palomino grade filly Jack: 9-year-old red dun Quarter Horse grade gelding (rides) Hatchett: 3-year-old black and white grade mare (rides) Judge: 15-year-old blue roan grade gelding (rides) Creek: 5-year-old bay grade mare (rides) Gilly: 10-year-old Buckskin grade gelding hope (rides) Cody: 12-year-old dark bay Thoroughbred gelding tattooed (rides) Pistol: 6-year-old grey Arabian grade gelding (rides) Zack: 9-year-old bay grade gelding (rides) Moses: 22-year-old sorrel grade gelding (rides) No representation is made regarding any registration or possible registration neither of said equine nor of the physical condition of said equine. Any documentation in possession of the Department regarding registration, physical condition or past veterinary treatment of said equine is available upon request; however, notwithstanding the availability of such documentation, lack thereof or verbal information given to the Department, said sale is for the equine on an “as is” basis without any representation regarding registration, physical condition or acceptable use of the animal. The Department reserves the right to add or withdraw equines to or from any auction. The successful bidder must be prepared to tender the price by cashiers check, money order, cash or with personal check (accompanied with letter of bank approval) and move the animal from the facility by 3 p.m. on Nov. 17. Payment must be made at the time the animal is picked up. If a successful bidder fails to tender the price as required, the Department may refuse to accept any other bids made by the successful bidder at this auction or any future auction. These horses are subject to periodic inspection by the Department for a period of 12 months. The purchaser agrees that she will not transfer ownership of equine purchased at this sale to anyone who has had equines impounded by the Department, or a case under investigation for a violation of the Humane Care for Equines Act. If the Department determines that this agreement is violated, the equine may be subject to immediate impoundment. Editor’s Note: These savory, spicy bites can be eaten fresh out of the oven or cooled down in the fridge. Recipe makes approximately 25 squares. Ingredients: 3 tablespoons jalapeno peppers from a jar, seeded and chopped 16 ounces extra sharp cheddar cheese, shredded 6 eggs, beaten IF YOU GO … When: Saturday, Nov. 16, 2013 at 11 a.m. Where: Mansfield Impound Barn 2834 Marben Farm Road Mansfield, GA 30055 VIEW PHOTOS www.agr.georgia.gov CONTACT Equine Health at 404-656-3713 between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday Instructions: 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. 2. Sprinkle chopped jalapeno peppers in a well-greased 8x8-inch baking dish. Cover with shredded cheddar cheese. 3. Pour beaten eggs evenly over cheese and bake for 25 to 30 minutes, or until firm. 4. Cool and cut into bite-size pieces for serving. 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! PAGE 8 Kiko, Beor goats; 1 year old, can be registered, $250 each. Chris Nichols Hogansville email@example.com 706-594-1910 Kiko, Boer, Spanish billy (75 percent Kiko, one-eighth Boer, one-eighth Spanish); 1.5 years old, $200. Matt Patton Comer 706-296-4930 Large billy goat, dehorned, good breeder, $150; small billy goat, $100. Terry Brewer Loganville 770-466-4820 Male Pygmy goats for sale, $75 and $60. Donald Dyches Savannah marie@ dyches.net 912-429-0720 912-927-9777 Miniature Shetliot ram lamb for sale; white, intact, $200. Julia Davis Savannah 912-547-4625 Nigerian Dwarves; wether and nanny, light blonde and buckskin in color, please no calls after 9 p.m. Larry Pirkle Dawsonville 706-216-2954 Oberhasli buck; ADGA registered, 3 years old, beautiful, well-built goat, excellent breeding stock, $350 OBO. Jonathan Frazier Douglasville fraz2129@ gmail.com 404-431-2638 Pygmy goat does breed; one buck, $75; does; asking, $175, babies must go with mom. Teresa Brady Martin 706969-0901 Saanen does and Saanen-Lamancha mix does, good bloodline, $100; 3 to 4 months old. Gene Berna Griffin 678358-5466 Savanna-Nubian cross buck, 20 months old, disbudded, praven breeder, nice kids, certified and accredited, CAE free, $400. Willie Young Stockbridge 770-490-4287 Several ADGA Alpine bucks, healthy and ready for service; CAE negative, $250 to $450. Frank Sutton Taylorsville firstname.lastname@example.org 770-6845600 Wanted: goat milking stand with head catch. Carol Williams Iron City email@example.com 239-784-7887 White Dorper ram lambs: 8 to 10 months; five to choose, starting at $160; email for pictures. Ed Lane Chattahoochee Hills 770-842-5027 Young Pygmy billy for sale, $50; friendly, black, dewormed; good for breeding, eating or companion. Molly Dobbins Dacula firstname.lastname@example.org 404-926-6559 FARMERS AND CONSUMERS MARKET BULLETIN Registered Tennesee Walking Horse, mare, 7 years; black, white tobiano, beautiful, loads well; needs good rider, $2,500. Brenda Culver Macon email@example.com 478-456-4998 Riding pony, chocolate in color, 42 inches tall, gentle ride with saddle and bridle or bare back, $600. J Wilkes Athens 706-207-9366 Standard female jenny donkey, 5 years old, very gentle, will make good companion or guard, $250. Jackie Copelan Madison 706-453-2494 706-474-5066 Tennessee Walking Horse: 11-year-old mare,16-plus hands, trail horse or perspective brood mare, $3,500 firm, must see. Ruth Williams Brunswick 912-6022909 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2013 Jumbo Wisconsin Bobwhite quail eggs; $48 for 100; $168 for 600; $260 for 1,000; flight year-round. Raymond Meadows Wadley firstname.lastname@example.org 478-252-5345 Poultry/Fowl For Sale If you have any questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. Any person engaged in buying live poultry of any kind for resale, or in selling live poultry of any kind bought for the purpose of resale, must be licensed by the Georgia Department of Agriculture. Possessing such a license does not by itself disqualify an individual from advertising poultry in the Market Bulletin; however, advertisers should note that all livestock (which includes poultry), must have been in possession of the advertiser for a minimum of 90 days or, in the case of chicks, ducklings, etc., must have been raised by the advertiser before offering them for sale in the Market Bulletin. Mallard ducks must be at least three generations from the wild before they can be advertised in the Market Bulletin. Advertisers must include this information in notices submitted for publication. 2013 red, golden Pheasants; 8 to 10 months old. John Herndon Grayson 404-697-7179 Baby chicks: American Dominique, buff Orpington, Rhode Island Red, Delaware; pure breeds, various ages. Monte Poitevint Lakeland 229-482-3854 Bantam BB Red Roosters for sale, $15 each OBO; six, 1 year old, beautiful; leave message. Tanya Ellijay 706-5049599 Bantam Dominique, 5 months; two Old English game roosters, 6 months; Red Pyles, 6months. Steve Pirkle Buford 770-899-2709 Bantams, red Cochins purebred young roosters, $15 each, please leave message. Melinda Hill Colbert 706-795-3357 Bantams: blue spangled, blacktailed buff, blue brassy sport, brassyback, blue quail, splash modern, $20 each; quality birds. Janice Payne Jasper 706692-6769 770-893-8397 Bantams: silver duck wing, black tail buffs; blue tail buffs, 3 months; one pair Seramas, 5 months. Elwood Dudley Cartersville 770-382-8527 BB Reds, Millie Fluers brown, red Old English pigeons, turkeys, peacocks. Danny Ryals Milledgeville 478-8043868 478-452-8497 Bearded Silkies for sale; partridge, white, black, paint, splash and porcelain; breeding pairs available, $18; $55; show quality. Bryan Cahoon Lexington 678-877-1805 Blue Cochin hen and White Leghorn rooster, 5 months, friendly, beautiful birds to go to good home. l. Alexander` Athens 312-342-0734 Breeder Java peacock, $100, calm, Pied Spalding peahen, B/S White Eyed Pied peahen, $75. Kevin Daft Decatur 404-325-9969 Chickens for sale: mixed breeds; 18 hens, one rooster, $8 each. Carlos Bagwell Alpharetta 770-827-7366 Chicks: brown egg breeds, sexed, NPIP-certified, we ship; heritage breed fryers: day-old to 12 weeks; offering 14 breeds in 2014. Bob Berry Ray City email@example.com 229-455-6437 Cochin Bantams; several ages, colors; Old English Bantams, blue brassy backs, red fawn sports; sizzles, silkies. J. Mannaert Alpharetta 404-694-9696 Common pigeons, $15 per pair or $5 for singles, have mated pairs; small pens; leave message. David Patton Williamson 770-228-4415 770-228-4415 Ducks: Khaki Campbell, Cayuga, Swedish Black, Blue; geese African, Pomperanian Saddlebacks, 6 months. Cynthia Clohessy Dahlonega firstname.lastname@example.org 706-429-3876 Eastern wild turkeys; all born in 2013. James Gantt Barnesville 770-358-6838 For Sale: one Allen Roundhead; Trio Lacey Roundhead, Trio Garrett Roundhead; six Thi game Asiel mostly stags. Vernon Murphy Cornelia 706-778-5072 Game chickens, stags, pullets, hatch, several breeds, F blues, guineas, all sizes, Allen Roundheads, Lucy Roundheads. Larry Ledford Clarkesville 706754-7064 Game fowl: Law greys, Liepers, green leg Jimmy East hatch; call before 9 p.m. Keith Vickery Hartwell 706-436-6567 Gamefowl for sale; pure bred pullets in Hatch, Roundhead and Grey, $25 each. Lee Townsend Elberton 706-988-9222 Geese: two African Grey, three White Chinese; 3 months old, half grown in size; pictures; $25 each. Rebeca Smith Dearing joeandrebeccasmith@hotmail. com 706-962-2774 Equine At Stud If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. “Equine At Stud” advertisments must include the stable license number of the advertiser as well as a copy of the current Coggins report for each horse listed. Ads submitted without this information will not be published. Equine Miscellaneous If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. Amish-made Henry Miller Buena Vista Plantation trail saddle; looks like a Australian-Western cross; excellent saddle, $800. Rhonda Chitwood Resaca email@example.com 706-264-0765 English saddle, Crosby Mark VI comination cutback, 15-inch spring seat, jumping saddle, $475. Margaret Sincere Dahlonega 706-344-8123 For Sale: very good-condition; twohorse trailer with tack and hay space, $1,500, firm. Prince Parris Blue Ridge firstname.lastname@example.org 706-492-7725 706-455-7725 Four-tier saddle rack, $50, bridles, bits, blankets, breast collars, etc., various tack and equipment; cheap. Eddie Hatcher Comer 706-783-3818 Lessons, training and sales; Western and English; serving Paulding, Cobb, Douglas and Haralson counties. M DeFoor Temple 770-778-6796 Looking for “Doc,” old swayback horse; sold to girl. Roger Keebaugh Gainesville email@example.com 770869-7941 Need a farrier to trim horses’ feet; between Milner and Zebulon, fair prices only and a lot of experience. Ed or Jan Willis Milner 678-688-7382 Show saddle, 16 inches, headstall reins, breast plate, silver trim, saddle pad, like new, $1,200. H. Parker McDonough 770-483-9484 Side saddle, rarely used, $300; child’s tooled leather saddle, $150. Rachel Holbrook Ellijay 404-805-9027 Three-saddle rack stand, heavy duty metal, picture available, $150. Lesa Camp Griffin 770-412-7157 Two 26-inch cart wheels; bioplastic black, red cushion set for pony; new in box; one small pony cart. Shannon Copeland Odum firstname.lastname@example.org 912-586-2319 912-586-2319 Vis-√†-vis, limousine carriage, white; comfortably seats six plus driver, $5,000. Tom Clark Winston 770-596-0273 Wintec all-purpose black saddle, size 18; Sprengen stirrups and Wintec elastic cinch included, excellent condition, $125. Janice Hughes Clermont 770983-9609 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. 4-year-old gelding bay; growning, good hooves; ready to be broken; tack available, possible trade. Becky Arrendale Franklin 678-877-7801 Four donkeys; two mature jacks, one jenny, one 6-month-old jack. N Henry Davis Bolingbroke 478-731-9701 Miniature donkeys: jack or breeding jack, $200; baby jenny, $300; jenny, $400; bred jenny, $500. Bill Wray Perry 478-825-1297 Miniature male donkey, paint color, halter broken, will lead, 14 months old, very gentle. Awtrey Moore Powder Springs 770-943-3351 Mule, 7 years old, 14.5 hands, bay, gelding, $600. Tom Tweedell Athens 706-549-9456 One pair registered Haflinger mares, one purebred stud, good home only, also farm equipment for sale. Manson Woody White Plains 706-467-9655 Quarter Horse mare, approximately 18 years and 15 hands, barefoot, vaccinations current; barrels, trail, intermediate rider, $750. Sharon Everett Douglasville 404-925-2984 Quarter horse,10 years old; halter broken, some round pen, needs experienced owner; current negative Coggins. Vallorie Wood Lithia Springs vallorie@ bellsouth.net 770-948-8581 404-3748477 Gold and silver sebrights, BB reds, black tail Japs, bantams and many more. James Brooks Maysville 706-652-2474 Grown laying turkey hens, $30; gobbler, $35; chicken pullets, $7.50 to $12.50; Pharoh quail, 75 cents to $200. Raymond Seckinger Ellabella 912-8585048 Guineas keet; various ages and prices. Mohammed Islam Carrollton 770-3677244 678-899-3943 Have two Narragansett toms; 6 months old, $45 each. Kenneth Spear Chickamauga 706-539-2423 Old English Bantam silver Duckwing and BB reds; small, show quality; and some others. Mike Bruce Ball Ground 770-655-7164 Old English brassy back; brown red, splash, silver duckwing. Mitch Pohlel Loganville 770-466-8059 One New Hampshire rooster, $10; three New Hampshire pullets, started, $15 each, other pullets available. Jason Holland Cleveland 912-282-8567 706348-7704 Peacock, blue, green and peahen; lawless gray game rooster, mixed hens. ML Harrington Macon 478-960-0912 478745-3707 Peafowl for sale: 2013 hatch; white and blue, $25 each; leave message. John Fletcher Hampton 678-849-4828 Peafowls, along with healthy, freerange Royal Palm turkeys. Sara Robbins Blairsville 706-745-2328 Pheasants: ringnecks, $10 each; redgold, $60 pair, silver $40 to $60 pair; big breed chickens, $10 to $12.each. Gerald Hayes Flowery Branch 470-208-0309 Pigeons for sale; home rollers, high flyers, many collars, call Ben. Shabanali Jabbar Cheloei Jackson 404-272-7423 Red sex link chicks,1 year old; silver and golden Wyandotte hens, $8 and up. James Cagle Rome email@example.com 706-266-1218 Rhode Island Red chicks, $1.50 each, brown eggs, $2 per dozen, hatching eggs, $4 per dozen. Scott Clark Nashville 229-686-2778 Rhode Island Red pullet, healthy, now laying. Brian Sturdy Dahlonega 706865-9201 Silkie and Frizzle chickens for sale; must see these furry friends, $8 each. Keith Cato Manchester 706-977-3467 706-656-3578 Silkie bantams, bearded white, black, blue pairs, $15; downsizing show stock, blue chicks, $3. Mary Robbins Powder Springs 770-943-1007 Silver Wyandottes, buff Orpington, buff Brahmas, Rhode Island Red, Red Stars, Black Giants, laying $12. Gary Ridley Lafayette 706-638-1911 Standard bronze turkey male, 2 years old, $30; Royal Palm turkey female, 2 years old, $30. Rachel Smith Pembroke 912-376-1315 Turkeys: Royal Palms, Blue Slates, white and bronze, also Trio Welsh Harlequin ducks, laying every day. Sherrie Liford Canton 678-521-8689 Young mixed game roosters, $5 each; four Muscovy ducks, $7 each. Willie Keen Perry 478-987-3687 Poultry/Fowl Wanted One female Peking duck, between 9 and 6. Judith Farmer Carnesville 706384-5013 706-384-5013 Want a hen and rooster guineas, two Barred Rock hens-cloreto. Helen Smith Cartersville 770-382-7031 Want to buy Cornish game bantam chickens; dark, white, blue and spangle. B Milner Eastman 478-231-5440 Want Trio Black Australorps, also want Barred Rock pullets or hens. Darren Wilkes Demorest 706-768-2683 Want two female blue peacocks, around 6 months old at time of this ad. Tina Underwood Hiawassee 706-8963610 706-781-5077 Want white doves. Lee Adams Macon 478-228-1782 Want young rose comb Rhode Island rooster or young Red Java rooster. Vernon West Newnan 770-304-1637 ALTERNATIVE LIVESTOCK 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. 12 baby emus, $50 each; two adult male emus, $50 each. Minnie Lunsford Lawrenceville 770-963-7740 Alpacas for sale; herd reduction, some as low as $500 OBO. Deborah Rodriguez Commerce 706-336-6683 Alpacas, two males and two females; one pregnant, call and lets talk, $500 for all. Fran Curry Maysville 706-652-3409 Alpacas: quality animals, awardwinning fleeces; prices for any budget, individuals or herds. Lisa Corbicz Rockmart firstname.lastname@example.org 678-247-5331 Llamas for sale: one male and four females; selling out; $100 each OBO. Frank Cable Carrollton 404-720-4145 Wanted, a female emu, 4-plus years old. Louie Estep Newnan 770-301-4449 Alternative Livestock Requiring Permit/License Boarding Facilities If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. The Georgia Animal Protection Act requires boarding and breeding facilities to be licensed. Current license number must be submitted with notices for publication in the “Boarding Facilities” category. Notices submitted without this information will not be published. Apalachee Meadows has space for pasture board and winter feeding on 300 acres; stable license #1177419. James Schwender Bogart email@example.com 706-410-4452 Full board, stall, turn out, arena, experienced quality care; Coweta, Fulton county line; license 11256. Nancy Jenkins Palmetto firstname.lastname@example.org 770-328-8045 If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. The Georgia Department of Natural Resources regulates many exotic animals, including most hoofed stock except llama and buffalo. However, upon compliance with applicable state regulations, a deer farming license for the commercial production of meat and fiber is available for the following species: fallow deer, axis deer, sika deer, elk, red deer, reindeer, and caribou. For more information on the deer farming license, contact the Georgia Department of Agriculture at (404) 6563667. For information on licenses of other species of hoofed stock (except llama and buffalo), contact the GeorPoultry/Fowl Requiring gia Department of Natural Resources Special Permit Unit at (770) 761-3044. Permit/License Individuals submitting advertisements If you have questions regarding this to buy and sell regulated hoofed stock category, call 404-656-3722. in the Market Bulletin must provide a Advertisements for bobwhite quail photocopy of the appropriate license must be accompanied by a copy of with their ad. the advertiser’s commercial quail breeders license. Since this is a state protected bird, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources requires If you have questions regarding ads in anyone selling bobwhite quail to have this category, call 404-656-3722. this license. For license informa- Items listed in the Livestock Wanted tion, write: LBRU - COMMERCIAL category must be for specific liveLICENSE, 2065 US Highway 278 SE, stock; for instance, “want 3 or 4-yr. old quarter horse gelding, approx. Social Circle, GA 30025-4743. 16 hds., suitable for moderately exBobwhite quail for sale; flight read con- perienced rider.” Generalized ads, ditioned, $3.50 ea. Fletcher Christian such as “want horses, any amount,” Lyerly 706-728-0375 706-895-3030 are not acceptable for publication; Bobwhite quail, flight conditioned, now neither are ads for free or unwanted available for the 2013 season, call for livestock. pricing. Rembert Hancock Fairmount Goats wanted: would like two doe 404-376-0550 706-337-5711 kids, in Douglas or adjacent counties. Bobwhite quail, flight-ready; $3.50 Linda Stauffer Winston 770-942-9522 each, day-old chicks, 35 cents each; Looking for a yearling Angus bull, eggs, 12 cents each. Thomas Findley non-registered and between $800 and Box Springs 706-575-3889 706-326- $1,000. Dewey Seagraves Danielsville 706-202-2349 2186 Bobwhite, Coturnix quail eggs, $65 for Looking for two to three weaned 100, $135 for 500, $265 for 1,000. Willie calves, to grow out for beef. Larry McStrickland Pooler stricklandgamebird. Cart Gethlehem larrymccart@yahoo. com 770-601-5657 com 912-748-5769 LIVESTOCK WANTED WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2013 Want for free: goats, pigs, chickens, donkeys or cattle for free-range pasturing; will pick up. Beau Sally Hampton email@example.com 678-522-8466 Want to buy goats, hogs, sheep, purebreed or mixed breed, also want 80 pounds and up wether goats. Wayne Green Bremen 770-841-6815 FARMERS AND CONSUMERS MARKET BULLETIN $40; 4x5 rolls; bermuda, crabgrass, fescue mix, net wrapped, dry in barn, square bales, $6; delivery available. Gary Lane Carrollton 404-502-4000 $40; 4x6 rolls, bermuda, bahia, fescue mixed; fertilized, horse quality; call after 6 p.m. George Davis Rutledge 706818-2025 706-719-0555 $45; 2013 Tift 44, 4x5.5 bales, net wrapped, rain free, in the barn; delivery available, quantity discounts. Dennis Tolbert Comer 706-340-4498 $50; large rolls bermuda, fescue mix, in barn, horse quality; cow hay, $20; can deliver. Jay Townsend Monroe 678618-6992 ‘12 alicia bermuda; net wrap, $25; ‘13 bermuda, $40 rolls. James Martin Waynesboro 706-558-5005 ‘12 coastal bermuda; horse quality; fertilized, UGA soil specs; square, 4x5 round bales in barn, delivery, stack available. Olin Trammell Forsyth 478994-6463 478-960-7239 ‘12 horse quality, bermuda, also mulch hay; square bales only, delivery available; Monroe County. Jimmy Waldrep Forsyth 478-994-0701 ‘13 bermuda, fescue mix; 4x5 net wrap, horse quality, $45; barn stored, delivery available. Neil Brasington Buchanan 770-617-5393 ‘13 bermuda, horse quality, $4.25, $5, $5.50; fescue, $4.25, all at barn; del. avail. Al Guillebeau Monroe 770-2678929 ‘13 coastal bermuda; cow hay, 4x5 rolls, $40. Rex Register Hahira 229561-1462 ‘13 coastal, russell, 4x6, John Deere net wrapped, stored in barn, horse quality, $50; can deliver. William Stevens Macon 478-214-1257 ‘13 fescue mix; 4x5 net wrapped, outside, $30; quantity discount. Edward Holmes Dallas 404-372-7734 ‘13 horse hay, square bales, fescue, clover, in barn, $3.50 each, while they last. Louis Beal Ellijay 770-344-8527 180 square bales, 2013 spring hay, dry in barn; fescue, orchardgrass, $3.50 per bale; $3 for all. Lon Bush Ellijay 706636-1806 2012 bermuda mix; good quality, wellfertilized, 4x5 rolls, $ 20 a roll. Louis Hamilton Keysville 706-554-2898 706833-7064 2012 bermuda, fescue mix; big bales, horse quality, in barn, $4; square bales. Nancy Harris Winder 770-867-0733 2012 fescue, bermuda hay, $10; 4x5 2013 fescue, bermuda first cut, $15; second cut, $30. Sherri Fitzpatrick Colbert 706-207-5633 2012; 4x5 net wrapped, fertilized coastal bermuda, $20 per roll. Jay Glisson Waynesboro 706-551-3081 2012; horse quality, rain-free, limed, fertilized coastal bermuda hay, net wrapped, 4x5, large bales, good tight, $50; 150 bales. Grace Brady Hephzibah 706-231-0985 2013 4x5, coastal bermuda, $45; 2013 coastal bermuda, bahia mix, $30 in barn; delivery available. Stephen Bell Milledgeville 478-414-8043 2013 alicia bermuda, 4x5 rolls wellfertilized, net wrapped, barn stored, $35 to $45. Marcus Sapp Barney 229-5636255 2013 alicia bermuda, well-fertilized, round and square bales. JoAn Young Locust Grove 770-722-9770 2013 alicia; 4x5 round bales, net wrap, well-fertilized, horse and cow quality, delivery available. Paul Harris Patterson 912-670-0222 2013 bermuda mix hay; net wrapped, 4x5 rolls, $25; 2012 hay cheap in Banks County. Aubrey Ledford Commerce 706-654-6861 2013 bermuda mix square bales, $5; 4x5 rolls, $40; 2012 cow hay or mulch rolls, $15. Bryan Cobb Rutledge 678982-3175 2013 bermuda, horse quality, square and round bales, delivery available, cow hay also. Durand Deal Tifton firstname.lastname@example.org 229-388-5054 2013 bermuda, square, round bales; horse quality hay. Nicki Halstead Barnesville 678-972-7111 2013 coastal bermuda hay, $5 per bale, at barn, fertilized and limed, horse quality, delivery available. Winford Jackson Newnan 770-463-3739 678-850-9950 2013 coastal bermuda hay, 4x5 round bales, net wrapped, weed free, limed and fertilized to UGA specs, sheltered. William Page Wrightsville 478-864-2942 2013 coastal bermuda hay, horse quality, $4.50; bale at barn, delivery available. Glenn Brinson Tarrytown 912288-5960 2013 coastal bermuda hay, horse quality, 4x4 net wrapped rolls, stored in barn. Fred Sackett Butler 478-862-5120 2013 coastal bermuda hay; horse quality, square bales, $4.50; cow rolls $25 to $45; mulch rolls $10. Curtis Durden Lyons 912-526-3189 912-245-1081 2013 coastal bermuda square bales, $6.50; well-fertilized and limed, horse quality; delivery available. Rhonda McCracken Newnan dustytrailfarms@ gmail.com 770-304-2487 2013 coastal bermuda, 4x6 rolls, $25 per roll. Eddy Allen Macon 478-3912377 2013 coastal bermuda; 4x6 rolls, $25 per roll, 100 rolls available. Steve Allen Butler 336-314-4841 2013 coastal hay, 4x5 950 pounds, $30 to $40, fertilized, delivery available. Bruce Baxter Buena Vista 229-9382648 2013 coastal, fescue mix; well-fertilized; 4x4 rolls in barn, $30 or $20 per roll, stored outside, will load. James Pierce McDonough 404-372-8631 678610-6621 2013 fertilized, square bale hay; timothy, orchard mix, $6 at barn, delivery available. C.C. Hemphill Blairsville 706745-4414 2013 fescue and 2013 mixed grass hay, good quality at barn. Wade Cown Monroe 770-209-6983 2013 fescue hay for sale; 4√ó5 round bales, $30 each; delivery available. Chad Thomas Taylorsville 770-547-2594 2013 fescue hay; 4x5 rolls, net wrapped, barn stored, small squares also available; will deliver. Jimmy Payne Rockmart 404-557-8448 2013 fescue hay; 5x6-feet rolls, sheltered, $35 each; unsheltered, $25 each; more different prices. Bill Davis Cave Spring 706-777-3601 2013 fescue hay; good quality, $4.50 per bale, at barn. Gordon Cown Monroe 770-207-6983 2013 fescue hay; square bales, horse quality; brown top millet, square bales also available, $3.50 per bale. Steve Griffin Dalton 706-260-1912 2013 fescue, bermuda hay, horse quality, fertilized, weed free, $3.75 for square bales, at barn; delivery available. Sheri Fennell Rockmart 770-355-3324 2013 fescue, bermuda mix; 5x5 rolls, tight, heavy, rain-free in barn, $40; 2012, $30. Jimmy Neisler Cumming 770-8891719 2013 fescue, bermuda mix; all in barn, 4x4 rolls, $30; squares, $5. Burton Eichel Thomson 706-421-4945 2013 fescue; 4x5 rolls, $30; horse quality, square bales, $3.75 in barn. Charlie Chastain Talking Rock 770-893-9013 2013 hay for sale; fescue; fescue, bermuda mix, $25 a roll and up or trade. Jerry Glancy Griffin 404-433-3568 2013 hay, 4x5 rolls, $25 a roll, we load, you haul. Glenn Argroves Greenville 706-672-1300 404-791-7318 2013 hay, bermuda; square and round bales, horse quality. Don Fulkerson Milner 770-584-9602 2013 hay; bermuda, bahia mix, 300 4x5 bales, $20 per bale; 20 bale minimum, $25 and other amounts. Tim Bramlett Greensboro 706-453-4275 2013 horse hay; well-fertilized, in barn; fescue and orchardgrass, $6 each. Charles Hoffman McDonough 770914-2767 2013 horse quality hay; bermuda, fescue; square bales, $5; 4x5 net wrapped rolls, $20, $30 and $40. Ronald Campbell Rockmart 706-936-3294 770-6869563 2013 horse quality; russell bermuda, fertilized, limed and weed-free; 4x4 rolls, stored inside, $25 to $30 each. Edwin Allen Mansfield 770-630-7845 2013 large rolls; fescue, bermuda mix, barn stored on concrete, $40; 2012 rolls, same, $30. Retha Hart LaGrange 706977-5381 2013 mixed fescue bermuda; fertilized, cow quality, 5x5 wrapped rolls, $30. Sarah McKneally Hartwell 706-3769170 2013 mixed grass hay, 4x5 round bales, no rain, barn stored, $40; Buckhead delivery. Ken Stevens Buckhead email@example.com 404-6259419 2013 orchard hay, $50; fescue, orchard mix, $40; delivery available, horse quality 4x5 rounds. Johnny Amos Cumming 770-616-0452 2013 ryegrass; premium horse hay, fertilized, square bales; 4x5 round bales, $60, also mulch hay, $30; delivery. L. Trammell Juliette 478-550-7898 2013 square bales of fescue hay, $2.75 per bale. Bobby Luke Bogart 770-7255094 2013 Tift 44 bermuda; square bales, excellent horse quality, fertilized and dry in barn, $5. Paige Bullock Dallas 770445-2107 2013 Tift 44 bermuda; square bales, rain free, horse quality. $5 per bale at barn. Buddy Bearden Bostwick 706474-8097 2013 Tift 85 bermudagrass hay, 4x5 net wrapped, limed and fertilized. Allen Boyd Tifton 229-392-4450 2013 Tift 85, $55 per bale; coastal bermuda, $45 per bale; 4x6 John Deere net wrapped; excellent quality. E. Brown Avera 706-831-3442 706-547-6162 2013 Tift bermuda hay; square and round bales, horse quality, stored in barn, delivery available. Dick Stratton Locust Grove 770-842-9317 770-9146153 2013 Tifton 44 bermuda; horse quality, fertilized; weed, crabgrass free, 4x5 rolls, barn-stored $70; bermuda, ryegrass mix, $60. Tim Hunter Conyers 770-483-8712 770-922-6653 2013: 500 to 800 pounds, well-fertilized, rain free; Tift 85 hay. Woody Folsom Baxley 912-253-8166 2013; 4x5 bermuda hay, $30 per roll. Jimmy Keith LaGrange 706-884-4923 2013; 4x5 coastal bermuda round bales in barn, also have some bales outside. John Page Lyons 912-526-6645 2013; 4x5 net wrapped bermuda, cow quality, $40; horse quality, $60. R. Wilson Waynesboro 706-551-6059 2013; 4x5 rolls, fescue, bermuda mix, net wrapped, $30,100 or 150 rolls; large discount, minimum 10, up to 20 miles. Joe Akin Fayetteville 770-461-1261 2013; 4x5 round rolls bermuda, bahia hay, well-fertilized and limed, $40 per roll. Stanford L Holland Lumber City 912-363-7759 2013; 4x6 round bales, coastal hay for horses or cows, $35, will load. Milam Henderson firstname.lastname@example.org 478-320-2916 478-335-2564 2013; fertilized, horse quality, square bales, bermuda, $5; fescue $4, rain-free in barn. James Wilson Elberton 706371-2485 2013; fescue, bermuda mix; 4x5 rolls, fertilized, in barn, net wrapped. Glen Whitley Bethlehem 770-867-2718 770307-7098 2013; first 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 rolls coastal, alicia and bahia, $30 in field; $35 under shelter. Herman Adams Nicholls 912-850-7972 4x5 rolls; fescue hay, barn stored, fertilized, horse quality, $35 each; delivery available, also cheaper hay. Rodney Johnson Tallapoosa 678-378-6562 770-574-7246 4x5, net wrap bermudagrass hay, $30 per roll; 50 rolls or more, $25 per roll. James Oates, Jr. Register 912-4882326 PAGE 9 4x5; coastal bermuda, bahia hay for sale, $40 per roll; barn kept, delivery available. Frank Scott Hawkinsville 478-284-1950 50 rolls; quality mixed hay; 4x5, rain free in field, $18 or all $1; will load. Calvin Till Thomaston crestvalleyfarms@ gmail.com 478-391-7635 5x5 2013 mixed grass, unwrapped rolls, cow quality, $35 per roll; delivery available. Ray Gilbert Bishop 706-7695820 706-296-4360 Bermuda bales, rain free $5; 4x4 fescue, bermuda, rain-free, in barn $20; 4x4 wheat, rye mix, $25. Gary Holley Rockmart 404-852-8202 770-684-2151 Bermuda, 4x5 round bales in barn, $25. Danny Bruce Rutledge 706-4743205 Bermuda; square bales, rain free, $5; 4x4 brmuda, fescue rolls, $15 and $20. Gary Holley Rockmart 770-684-2151 Bermudagrass hay; large bales and square bales, sheltered, good quality. Floyd Knowles McRae 229-315-0409 229-362-4855 Coastal bermuda hay, $20 to $50 per roll; priced according to quality; delivery available. Wymann Hartley Kathleen 478-987-5835 478-954-0324 Coastal bermuda hay; 10 or more, square bales, $6 in barn, round, $35. Leonard Kinsley Perry 478-714-9900 Coastal bermuda hay; 2013, fertilized per soil test, 4x5 rolls stored in barn, $40 per roll. Edmond Strickland Perry 478214-7061 478-957-1039 Coastal bermuda hay; square bales, rain and weed-free, priced from $4.50 to $5.50 a bale, at barn. Bill Turner Brooks 770-401-9648 Coastal bermuda round bales, hay has been fertilized and sprayed for weeds, $40 per bale. Lowinston Jackson Luthersville 770-583-2385 Corn silage, chopped 2012, stored in pit, you haul, $40 per ton. David Truelove Clermont 404-925-7073 Fescue, 2013 square bales, heavy, tight bales, fertilized, exceptional horse quality, rain-free, weed-free. Ada Spruill Hoschton 706-654-3434 706-202-8711 Fescue, orchardgrass, clover; 5x5 rolls, no rain, $25. Reed McNabb Nicholson 706-757-3327 Fescue, orchardgrass; also, bermuda, fescue mix; $4.50 per bale, fertilized, rain free, sprayed, square bales. William Cargle Rome 706-235-1226 Fescue, rye; 4x5 rolls of hay, $40 per roll, ask about delivery. April Sanders Jackson 404-391-3475 404-391-3476 Fescue; horse quality, $3; fescue mix, horse and cow quality, $2.75; bermuda, weed and rain free, $4. Kermit Simmons Jefferson 770-867-7550 For Sale: 2012 alicia hay, 4x5 round bales. Eric Mincey Baxley 912-3675569 For Sale: good quality grain sorghum. Leo Perfect Unadilla 478-627-3820 Freshly cut hay, no rain; orchard, timothy mix, square bales, $3 each at barn. Buck Dills Blairsville 706-400-9314 Good quality bahia hay for sale, $25 to $30. Malcolm Fordham Dublin 478279-4721 LIVESTOCK HANDLING If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. 12 door foot trailer, with middle gate and two axles, good shape, $1,000. Joe Vaughn Union Point 706-817-2244 16-foot aluminum Tagalong stock trailer with center gate, excellent condition, $7,500. John Vaughan Rydal 770-3831442 16-foot equipment trailer, fold up ramps, dual axle, bumper pull, $800. Ron Byrd Tignall 614-531-2157 Eight-foot Apache feeder-creek feeder on one side, good condition; $1,000 OBO. Carl Ridings Rome 770-315-8321 Horse cart with brakes, heavy duty tires, made very well, $950. Connie Carnes Sparta 478-456-0915 RABBITS If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. ARBA pedigreed, $20 and up, quality Dutch, selling steel grays, blacks, show rabbits and breeders, $15 and up. Katie Hufford Cleveland 706-219-4766 706969-1953 Bunnies for sale: Lionheads, mini rex, $10 each; lops, Netherland Daurds, $15 each; Dutch, $10 each. Derrick Vaughan Commerce 706-207-7579 Complete rabbitry; rabbits, auto waterers, feeders, cages. Terry Poole Carnesville 706-658-5377 Flemish Giant, New Zealand White, rabbits for sale, $15 each. Randy Miller Meigs 229-941-5102 Flemish giants; colors are fawn, white, blue and gray; top quality and handled daily; Holland, Mini Lops also. Hannah Israel Dallas 678-363-3199 Many varieties of rabbits for sale; does and bucks, $15 each. Allison Amos Cumming 678-793-7615 Pure bred New Zealand Red, 45 and New Zealand White, 30, with papers; ARBA, AFNZRC, DRBA. Linda Lee Dawsonville 706-531-4785 Silver Fox bunnies, can be registered, to be weaned early Novemeber, $12 each; 14 available.. Mallory Whiddon Leesburg info@whiddonfamilyfarms. com 229-886-0763 Want New Zealand rabbit for meat. Darren Wilkes Demorest 707-768-2683 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 $2 fescue, square bales; 100 bales, 2012, use for decorating, landscaping, erosion, etc. Jimmy Hendrix Metter 912-687-4034 912-685-6474 $20; 2013 round bales, fescue, bermuda mixed, fertilized. L. Bullock Dallas 770-880-2244 $3.50; fescue, orchardgrass mix, horse quality, rain-free, fertilized, square bales. Ronnie Teems Kingston 770-715-1368 $30 large; 4x5 rolls, horse hay, fertilized, in barn, rain free; fescue, orchardgrass; also cow hay, $20. Jimmy Leatherman Carrollton 770-834-8333 $30 per bale; 2013 fescue, bermuda hay, 4x5 net, clean; in the field, $30, in the barn $45. Lorrie Lavengood Covington 770-841-3673 $30 per bale; 2013 fescue, bermuda hay; 4x5 net, twine, clean hay, in field, $30, in barn, $45. Paul Lavengood Madison 770-318-3859 $35: fall cutting, fescue, 4x5 rolls in barn; very good quality. Pat Sutton Clarkesville 706-947-3006 706-4999950 $4; 2013 fescue, orchardgrass hay, horse quality; heavy square bales, fertilized, limed, rain-free. Lamar Long Chatsworth 706-695-5906 $4; coastal bermuda, square bales, kept in barn; horse, cow or goat quality. Jim Wittenberg Fort Valley 478-4420743 478-952-1196 Mason (left, on horse) and Taylor Steck of Forsyth, Ga., were the 1,000th children to sit on Easy Keeper the horse at the Georgia National Fair this year. From left: Ron Smith, advisory board member for the Agricultural Commodity Commission for Equine; father Jonathan Steck; mother Amy Steck; Beth Williams, equine committee board member; Jack Spruill, Department Marketing Division director; John Clements, equine committee chairman; and Terry England, chairman of the Georgia House Appropriations Committee. PAGE 10 FARMERS AND CONSUMERS MARKET BULLETIN WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2013 Bulletin Calendar Oct. 30 – Nov. 6 FFA National Convention Louisville, Ky. Nov. 1 – 2 Countryside Festival Celebrating Georgia Farm Life Butler, Ga. 478-862-3661 Nov. 2 Coweta County 4-H Youth Fall Fun Horse Show Newnan, Ga. 770-639-8034 Nov. 2 – 3 The Royal Alpaca Challenge Georgia International Horse Park Conyers, Ga. 706-897-2379 Milton High School IEA Horse Show “Horses in our Hearts” Georgia International Horse Park Conyers, Ga. Harvest Days in Old Talbot Fielder’s Water Powered Grist Mill Talbotton, Ga. 706-269-3630 Nov. 2 – 6 International Plant Propogators’ Society Meeting University of Georgia Athens, Ga. 803-743-4283 Nov. 6 Urban Ag Council Sod and Landscape Field Day Super-Sod Farm Perry, Ga. 1-800-687-6949 Nov. 6 – 10 Atlanta Fall Classic I Georgia International Horse Park Conyers, Ga. 843-768-5503 Nov. 9 Tignall Fall Festival Old Schoolyards Tignall, Ga. 706-285-2736 Southeastern Goat and Sheep Seminar Woodmont High School Piedmont, SC www.southerngoatproducers.org Nov. 9 NWGHA State Qualifying Pleasure Show Bartow County Saddle Club Arena Cartersville, Ga. www.nwgha.org Veterans Day Celebration Georgia Museum of Agriculture Tifton, Ga. 229-391-5200 Nov. 10 NWGHA State Qualifying Running Show Bartow County Saddle Club Arena Cartersville, Ga. www.nwgha.org Nov. 11 – 17 Savannah Food & Wine Festival Savannah, Ga. 912-232-1223 Nov. 12 – 17 Atlanta Fall Classic II Georgia International Horse Park Conyers, Ga. 843-768-5503 Nov. 13 MM Cattle Co. & Callaway Cattle Co. Bull and Commercial Female Sale Carroll County Livestock Sales Barn Carrollton, Ga. 770-335-2165 Nov. 14 First Annual Urban Ag Council Sporting Clays Tournament Blalock Lakes Newnan, Ga. 770-359-7337 Nov. 16 FFA State Meats CDE State 4-H Wildlife Judging Rock Eagle 4-H Center Eatonton, Ga. Georgia Hosta Society Meeting “Small and Mini Hosta” Bellmere Garden House Duluth, Ga. 404-545-9588 Georgia Department of Agriculture Equine Auction Mansfield Impound Barn Mansfield, Ga. 404-656-3713 Cane grinding demonstration Georgia Museum of Agriculture Tifton, Ga. 229-391-5200 Pure orchardgrass; square bales, $8; bermuda square bales, $6; rain-free; delivery available. David Harden Lafayette 706-397-8347 Quality bermuda; horse and cow hay, never rained on, 4x5 net wrapped, $30 dollars a roll; delivery available. Cole Padgett Cumming 770-689-6184 Round bales, 4x4, fescue, orchardgrass; rain-free, $10; delivery available. Ron Smith LaFayette jpetrel@floorsoft. com 706-537-8841 Shelled corn in grain bin, $10 per 50 pounds; delivery available. Charles Saunders Montezuma cdbuild@ bellsouth.net 770-475-6520 770-6167914 Shelled yellow feed corn, sold by the barrel or bag. Robert Montgomery Reynolds 478-847-2356 Square bales, mulch hay; $2.50 each in barn; $1.50 each in field, 200 each available. James Scott Royston 706246-0214 Tift 44 bermuda; large round bales, 6x5, $30. Anthony Clark Elberton 706988-8996 Top quality 2013 tested alicia hay; round or square, sheltered, delivery available, free storage through March 2014. Heath Pittman Vidalia 912-2932535 Wheat 2013 combine run, $40, 55-gallon drum. Ken Widner Buena Vista 229649-9606 Wheat and rye grass, clean seed, $15 for 50 pounds. Crystal Duck Hartwell email@example.com 706-376-6584 706-436-7031 Wheat and ryegrass; clean seed, $15 for 50 pounds. Andy Adams Hartwell firstname.lastname@example.org 706-4367031 Wheat straw; premium, weed free, sheltered, tightly baled, 2013, $3; south Fulton, Fairburn; delivery available. Bruce Thames Palmetto 770-853-4038 White field corn for sale. James Henderson Dawsonville 770-887-5607 770-265-5691 Feed, Hay And Grain Wanted Want to buy dairy-quality corn silage; delivered or picked up. J A Lambert Ideal 678-850-0094 Want to roll peanut hay; Worth, Dougherty, surrounding counties. Tom Stanaland Doerun 229-392-0258 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. 2012 Florida 501 oat seed, cleaned and bagged, 40 pounds, 97 percent germination, $10 per bag. H. Martin Kite 478-469-5173 Florida 501 oats seed; clean, 95 percent germination; bulk only. John Bullington Cordele 229-273-3597 Wrens Abruzzi rye; 70 percent germination, cleaned, bagged, 50-pound bags. Walter Prescott Wrens 706-5476681 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 email@example.com. Grain sorghum, whole or rolled, excellent feed for quail, turkeys, etc. John Lowery Rome 706-252-0121 Hammer milled corn, $50 for 55-gallon barrel. Joab Bowen Clermont 678-7253523 Hay for sale; coastal and fescue mixed, horse and cow square bales, $3.50. Charles Evans Warner Robins 478-929-0841 High quality, 4x6 rolls of russell bermuda hay, $40 per bale; rye grass, 4x5, $3; delivery available. Fred Gretsch Crawford 706-340-0945 Horse quality bermuda hay in barn, 4x5 rolls, fertilized, rain and weed-free, $60 each. Bo Rohrabaugh Stockbridge 770-238-8773 Horse quality hay; 2013, stored in barn, no rain; square, $3; round, 4x5, $30. W. Terry Dishroon Mansfield 770317-8455 Horse quality, 2013 Bermuda, 4x5 round rolls, well fetilized, put in barn, rain free and dry. David Allen Atlanta 404-814-3836 Horse quality, coastal bermuda, limed, weed free, $40 per bale; 4x5 bales, 65 available. John Wood Gibson 706-5989805 Large 4x5 round bales; 2012 hay, $30 per roll, 2013 hay, $40 per roll; wellfertilized. Larry Cox Waynesboro 706829-4174 Large bales of hay; 2013, $30 per bale, you pick up. Hoke Brantley Lincolnton Hoke@hokebrantley.com 706-564-5570 706-836-8448 Net wrapped bermuda round bale hay; covered, $40 each. Wade Simpson McDonough 404-732-7255 Now taking orders for second cutting; coastal, fescue mix, well-fertilized, will run 4x4 or 4x5 rolls; field or barn prices. Jim Pierce Waverly Hall 706-582-3846 Ag Plants for Sale 404-372-8631 Orchard, fescue, clover mix; horse If you have questions regarding this quaility hay, five-foot rolls, $45 and large category, call 404-656-3722. square bales, $5 each. David Mull Lex- 5248, improved sugar cane for seed ington firstname.lastname@example.org 706-338- or syrup, 40 cents per stalk. John Kirby 6056 706-743-7649 Swainsboro 478-299-0946 Bare-root whopper strawberry plants; no chemicals; June bearer, fruit can be as big as peaches. Karen Akers 5542 Candler Cr. Rd Gillsville 30543 Blueberry plants; potted 24-inches; Brightwell and Powered Blues, $6 each, volume discount available. John Lane Odum 912-294-1955 Cane for syurp or planting by truck load; wheat seed, clean bin run. Max Carter Douglas 912-384-5974 Catalpa (fishing worm) trees; can ship small ones, four; 10 to dig, five to six feet; $10 to $20 plus shipping. Donald Allen Snellville 404-578-7758 Early June, “Blakemore” strawberry plants, prolific, good preserving, grown chemical-free; 25 for $15, 50 for $25. B. Hughes Dacula 770-963-2114 Ficus trees, nine feet tall; one 4 years old, braided trunk; one 22 years old, solid trunk; $45 each. S. Hunt Temple 770-562-9146 Fig plants; four for $12. R. Dangar Alpharetta 770-377-6411 Fig trees: brown turkey and black mission variety, $12; thornless blackberry plants, $10 one-year. Jim Mabry Marietta email@example.com 770-9934997 Fig trees: brown turkey variety; 1-year, 2-year and 3-year-old trees. John Jeffords Homerville 912-520-0431 For Sale: Mississippi sugar cane for planting or syrup per stalk. Lemon Rozier Montrose 478-676-3521 For Sale: sugar cane, 1,000 linear feet standing, $300 firm. Mack Chambers Vidalia 912-223-6743 For sale: sugar cane; red and green, 50 cents per stalk, ready now. Robert Buchanan Plains 229-924-6236 Greasy green collard seeds, $2 per teaspooon; send SASE with payment to address shown. Barry R Pittman 4121 Lampp Road Gibson 30810 706-5983664 Meyer lemon bushes in flower and with fruit, $10 each. Earl Waters Marietta firstname.lastname@example.org 404-844-9568 Multiplying onion sets, $14 half-gallon, includes shipping; Indian mustard seed, $1 per teaspoon; SASE. E. Thompson Dahlonega 706-864-6816 Multiplying onions, $18 per gallon; $6 shipping. Janda Pruitt Waleska 706337-2544 Multiplying onions, old fashioned onions, $24 per gallon. Eugene White Lithonia 770-987-9780 Old fashioned white multiplying onions for $20 per gallon plus $6 shipping. Emily Nix Winder 770-307-6868 Old time white multiplying onions, $6 per quart plus $6 shipping. Amory Hall Maysville 706-652-2521 Pecan tree: grafted, bareroot, taking orders for January 2015, call for varieties; Browndale Pecan Farms. Andy Smith Hawkinsville 478-225-8433 Red Japanese Maples, palm trees, yellow butterfly bushes, banana shrubs, hibiscus, crape myrtles, lemon trees, Leland cypress. Rick Meadows Augusta 706-833-9320 Sugar cane for sale (red) for planting, making syrup, chewing, decorations. James Coleman Uvalda jcoleman4@ windstream.net 912-594-6434 Sugar cane, Yellow Gal, 50 cents per stalk; whole patch, 25 cent per stalk. Rabun Clark Uvalda 912-2452124 Sugar cane: seed and syrup cane available; Florida Orange and POJ & Ribbon varieties, no calls after 9 p.m. John Meeks Richmond Hill email@example.com 912-313-7363 Sugar cane: yellow and blue gal, red and green. George Merritt Unadilla 229401-8726 Sweet yellow Granex onion plants; 500, $35;1,000 plants, $56; shipping included. Diane Cox Tarrytown 912-5296715 Three-gallon trees, $10 each: Sawtooth oak, four to five feet tall; Leyland, Murray, Corolina Sapphire, Greengaint. Jeff Frederick Fort Valley firstname.lastname@example.org 478-825-1186 478235-0136 White multiplying onions, $16 per gallon plus $6 shipping. Lamar Walters Murrayville 770-534-2348 White multiplying onions, $18 per gallon, no shipping. Eugene White Lithonia 770-987-9790 Wind mill palms, $5; one gallon; frostfree. Bobby Sweatman Cumming 770331-0017 Ag Seed/Plants Wanted Looking for old varieties of mountain tobacco, for Appalachian farmstead heirloom garden project. Mary Harris Clayton 678-488-9677 McCaslin pole beans seeds; 30 pounds if available, or whatever many seeds available; quote price, will pay. Lynette Murphy Rome 706-622-2671 Potato onion: red or yellow, does not go to seed in May; red hibiscus seed, white hibiscus seed cone flower; white, green. Vivian M Dearman Deny Rose 706-283-1078 Want Jenkins Giant peanut seed for next year. Bobby Patterson Comer 706783-5740 706-206-6158 Want to buy some Stinging Nettle seeds or plants. David Clark Atlanta 404-228-3402 Wanted: chestnuts, paw paws, crabapples and honey locust pods, persimmons for seeds. Harold Phillips Tallapoosa 678-416-5857 Wanted: Ogeechee lime trees or cuttings; will pay shipping, please call. C. Reuter Bishop 706-296-3641 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. 4-year-old Lenten Roses (Helleborus) ready to bloom in January, $4; Pachysandra 50 plants for $10. Carol Olson Marietta email@example.com 770-998-1076 Angel trumpets, Christmas roses (Helleborus), $5; hydrangeas, nandinas, ferns, forsythia, beauty berries, Siberian iris, weeping cherries, $3. Carla Houghton Marietta 770-428-2227 Azaleas, large growing azaleas in onegallon pots, all colors, $1.95 each. Jack Maffett, Sr. Montezuma 478-954-2111 478-472-7133 Camellias, pindo palms, windmill palms, mondo grass, century plants, and others, $20 each; no shipping. Myrtle Russell Bonaire 478-923-1951 Castor bean seed; 20 for $3, cash only with SASE, two stamps. Newbold 90 Todd Rd Senoia 30276 Crape myrtle, pink seven white, $5; Dogwood trees, 25 feet for $90, you dig. M. H. Thompson Alpharetta 770-4421561 Crape myrtles; a variety of colors, pink, red, purple, white, upright and dwarf. Kelly Wilson Griffin mapletreefarm99yahoo.com 770-365-1530 Daylilies; 1,000 hybrids, none more than $5. Mary Denney Newnan firstname.lastname@example.org 770-367-5095 Daylilies; entire stock hybridizer fields, put you into business, let’s make a deal. Brenda Brannock Hiawassee 706-8962700 Daylilies; five to eight fan clumps, $3; hundreds of free iris; variegated liriope, large clumps, $3. J. Wilson Tyrone 770487-4767 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 Hellebores (Lenten Roses); two-gallon size, 5 years old or older, bloom during winter, deer resistant. Mary Wenger Gainesville 770-287-0734 Japanese maple, azaleas, gardenia, hosta, hydrangeas, roses. Linda Waites Fairburn 770-964-6414 Large selection of weeping Japanese maples, many varieties and sizes, ready for fall planting; sale prices in October. Jim Veccie Fayetteville 770-652-6127 It’s the hottest commodity in the state -the newest issue of Georgia Grown magazine! Turn to page 6 to see where you can get a copy! WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2013 Leyland Cypress; three gallon, 30-inch single stem, $6. Bob Welch Ranger email@example.com 706-629-6332 Liriope, mondo grass, $2, gallon pot. Barry Lackey Roswell 770-475-9216 Mullein pink, touch-me-nots, half-teaspoon, $1; moneyplant, morningglory, hibiscus, more, $1 per teaspoon; SASE, cash. G. Robertson 2966 Cardinal Lake Cir. Duluth 30096 Pomegranate bushes, $5 to $20 each; two six-foot chinaberry trees, $10 each; one gallon variegated liriope, mundograss, $1.75 per pot. J.H. Patman Athens 706-549-4487 Red castor bean seeds, loofah gourd seeds; 25 for $3, 100 for $10; cash, SASE, two stamps. Joy Shelnutt Box 1212 Loganville 30052 Reseeding petunias mixed; angel trumpets, double purple or double yellow, $1 per packet, 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 Spider lilies; red, 25 bulbs, $25 plus $6.50 shipping. S. H Hill Sylvester 229206-2963 Three giant rice paper, pink, white Glory Bower, $30 including shipping. Ernest Jessee 5564 Ridgemoor Drive Braselton 30517 770-965-6972 Touch-me-not, Mexican sunflower, 4 o’clock, tiger lily, money plant, cleome, shasta daisy, $1 each; SASE. B. Savage 3017 Atkins Dr. Gainesville 30507 Variegated liriope; one-quart pots, 2,000 available, $2 each; gardenias: 40 four-gallon pots, $10 each. Jim Hadaway Athens 706-543-5432 White Mount Hood daffodils, mole bean seed, blue bells, early blooming white iris, old time blue iris, others. E. Beach Duluth 770-476-1163 Zinnias (old maids) mixed; two taplespoons for $1 or one cup, $3; cash only, SASE. Mildred Bryan 916 Elm Dr. Monroe 30655 770-267-3098 FARMERS AND CONSUMERS MARKET BULLETIN All natural pure, unprocessed honey; sizes available: quart, $12; pint, $7; eight-ounce bear, $4. 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 trap, handcrafted wood trap that really works, $20 each, three for $50, free shipping. Jack Snyder Hephzibah 706-554-7959 Gallberry honey, voted best-tasting honey 2010 in the state of Georgia, $46 per gallon, shipping included, www. brucesnutnhoney.com. Ben Bruce Homerville 912-487-5001 Honey for sale; pints are $8 and onepound bottles are $5. Freddie Cheek Sycamore 229-567-1145 Pick up swarms for free, removal from structures for a fee; will pick up, purchase unwanted beekeeping equipment. Dave Larson Mitchell 770-5429546 Taking orders for April 2014; Italian or Carniolan nucs for sale and Italian packages. Ray Civitts Toccoa 706-491-3124 Will come and pick up unwanted bees and equipment; swarm removal, no charge. Brent Nichols Brunswick 912266-5688 Will remove honeybees from trees or structures, middle Georgia area. Bill Dublin 478-290-1957 Turnip greens; you pick, call for time. Larry Cook Conyers 770-4827552 Water ground meal, whole wheat flour, grits, $5 for five pounds, plus postage; also, grind your grain. Mike Buckner Junction City 706-269-3630 Wheat bread and Ezekiel bread; made from hard red wheat and dried beans; you order, I make. Angela King Winder 770-855-4962 770-855-4962 Wheat, soft winter berries, $1.25 per pound, flour $1.50 per pound, certified naturally grown; discount 24-plus pounds, pick up. Wendy Crager Bremen 770-537-3720 Yellow Gal sugar cane, whole stalks, great for grinding or starting your own plot, $1 per stalk. Brian Newell Hazlehurst 912-347-8220 50 cents to $1 per pound; worm castings, great for any planting project, teas and repairing your soil. Bush Byron firstname.lastname@example.org 478955-4771 5x5 round bales mulch hay, $25 per roll. Tommy Dent Thomson 706-3592355 Aged horse manure, you load any time; I load, call for appointment; $10 truck, $20 trailer, $30 tandem. Chad Willams Smyrna 404-421-1775 207-7768625 Free aged horse manure, mixed with shavings; can load. Monti Hight Macon 478-960-2008 Free aged manure, compost; will help load, easy access; Crabapple area. Kristina Macrae Alpharetta 770-410-0868 770-410-0868 Free horse manure mixed with shavings; we load, you haul. Chris Hoyak Cleveland 706-348-1219 Mulch hay, square bales only; Monroe County. S. Reeves Forsyth 478-9944642 Mulch hay; 4x5 rolls, net wrapped; make offer. Richard Smith Moreland 404-473-7281 Mulch square bales, $2.50; delivered on tractor trailer; round bales, $25; delivery available. Jake Walker Lexington 706-424-6372 Pine straw; clean, tight bales, slash pine; will sell by bale or will deliver and spread. Matt Cooper Chickamauga 423-595-3410 Poultry broiler litter, $20 per ton plus delivery fee; discount given on large orders. Paul Kicklighter Gainesville 770654-6789 Pure pine shavings, kiln dried; super absorbent; bulk deliver, call for pricing. Joel Gibbs Douglasville 404-375-4900 Worm castings and worm compost, tea; all natural soil amendment and fertilizer. D. Holman Covington 678-9777944 PAGE 11 Miscellaneous Wanted Bumper pull-type livestock, horse trailer. Mike Trott Luthersville 770-9276808 Charcoal cooker; 4x8-foot cooking surface, towable, single door. Tom Rush Fayetteville 678-576-0962 Need used building, metal preferred, suitable for husband and wife workshop, 20x40 feet; affordable price. Bruce Jones Monroe 404-906-0386 Want to buy syrup kettles, cane mills and dinner bells. Ray Freeman Dublin 478-272-1307 Wanted: 55-gallon stainless steel closed end drums, north Georgia area. Bill Croft Dawsonville 706-344-9691 Wanted: Breeder hen chain feeder, 500-foot house, good condition; two houses. Veal Duncan Royston 706-4982349 Wanted: Buggy springs; 20 to 24 inches long. Hugh Moore Cumming 770887-4748 Wanted: Hood for John Deere LT166 lawn tractor. Ken Bishop Woodstock 770-926-8037 Wanted: Shenandoah side belt hen nest. Mike LeCroy Canon 706-4982883 Herbs State law requires all ginseng dealers and growers to be registered with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. For more information, contact the Nongame Conservation Section at (770) 918-6411 or at website www.georgiawildlife.com. Fish & Supplies Persons selling sterile triploid grass carp must have a Wild Animal License from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. Market Bulletin advertisements for sterile carp must be accompanied by a photocopy of the advertiser’s license. For license information, contact DNR Special Permit Unit at (770) 761-3044. $25 to $30 per pound; Big Red Europeans, Red Wigglers and worm castings plus shipping. Lew Bush Byron email@example.com 478-955-4780 10 to 14-inch sterile grass carp: fourto-six-inch, six-to-eight-inch, eight-to11-inch channel catfish, quantity discounts, free statewide delivery available. Mike Buford Cordele mikecbuford@ gmail.com 229-273-4150 A-1 quality, channel catfish fingerlings; graded, priced by size; accurate weights, counts, guaranteed live, healthy, immediate delivery. J.F. Gilbert Thomaston 706-648-2062 770-4680725 Bass, bluegill, crappie, catfish, redbreast, shellcracker, grass carp, shad, etc; most sizes, free delivery or pickup. Danny Austin Roberta 478-836-4938 Bass, bluegill, hybrid bream, channel catfish, sterile grass carp, statewide delivery. David Cochran Ellijay 706-8898113 Bass, bluegill, shellcracker, hybrid bream, channel catfish, fingerling, sterile grass carp; delivery available. Tony Chew Manchester 706-846-3657 Catfish, grass carp, bluegill, largemouth bass and threadfin shad; delivery available. Paul Williams Hawkinsville 478-892-3144 Competitive pricing on bluegill and coppernose bream, ShellCracker F1(Tiger), FL Bass 3-4‚Äù/5-6‚Äù. prompt statewide delivery available. Ashley Braxton Cordele clarkbufordbait@ gmail.com 229-273-4157 Grass carp, bluegill, shellcracker bream, channel catfish fingerlings, bass, threadfin shad; delivery or pickup by appointment only. Robert Brown Brooks 770-719-8039 Red wigglers for sale. Reed Adair Loganville 770-527-6064 Red worms or Nightcrawlers, for composting or fishing; http://www.herronfarms.webs.com Tim Herron Dawsonville 706-531-4789 Several thousand pounds; channel catfish, size one to three pounds each. Orville Carver Douglas 912-3845090 Out-Of-State Wanted 80-gallon or larger cast iron syrup kettle. Robert LaFayette AL 334-864-0142 Looking for 500-pound feeder steers; good quality and preferrably preconditioned, must be on good health, vaccination program. Carroll Moore Iva SC 864-933-2306 Looking for fans, 50-inch diameter blades or larger with shutters or butterflies. Michael Brunson Westville FL firstname.lastname@example.org 850-9561295 Stock trailer; canvas top, two axle, 14x16 feet; road ready, good condition. Lamar Simmons Gainesville FL 352485-1237 TD6 or TD9 dozer in excellent condition, must have 60 percent undercarriage and tracks. Darius Scott Calhoun Falls SC 864-378-6658 Things To Eat Use of the term “organic” requires registration with the Georgia Department of Agriculture. Advertisements submitted without certificate of registration for items offered for sale cannot be published. For more information, access the department website www.agr.state.ga.us and link from the home page to the Organic Agriculture page and registration forms. Those who do not have internet access or are unable to download the forms, should call 404-586-1140. ‘12 Desirable pecans, $10 per pound plus postage. Russell Eaton Stockbridge 770-506-2727 ‘12 shelled pecans, mostly halves, $8.50 per pound, plus postage, bagged in freezer, leave message. Franklin Eaton Flowery Branch 770-532-9340 770-532-6333 2013 gourmet crushed pepper, very hot, call for prices; shipping extra. Linda Robinson Bremen 770-537-3729 404693-6533 Angus beef, no antibiotics or hormones; dry aged 17 days; quarters available in early 2014; www.sellfarm. com. Bill Farr Milner 770-584-9727 Black walnuts, $4 per bushel. Paul Bond Royston 706-245-7541 Black walnuts, free, you pick. Beverly Simmons Decatur 404-284-3263 Cane syurp; grown and cooked on farm, cane stalks for planting or grinding. M Carter Douglas 912-393-5253 Dried apples, good for making fried pies, $4 per quart. Earnest Honea Cumming 770-887-3541 Dried apples: $5.50 pound, pickup; two pounds, $18 per pound; five pounds, $37.50 per pound; 10 pounds, $69 per pound. Homer Kinsey Cleveland 706-865-5510 Eggs; farm fresh, yummy and super healthy; store bought eggs no more, $3 per dozen. Tanya Moore Williamson 770-228-9752 Farm fresh brown eggs; hens fed omega-3 feed. David or Rita Bussie McDonough 770-957-1062 Free range brown eggs, $3 per dozen. Beth Vrooman Winder 404-801-5867 Free range farm fresh eggs, no hormones, antibiotics; Crossfit certified, Paleo, $3 dozen; commuters welcome. Jay Leggett Odum 912-256-2452 Garlic for eating, planting, seven varieties and elephant garlic. Patrick Shields Danielsville 706-795-3977 Green sugar cane syrup, case or bottles; first pound after 6 p.m., second pound Monday-Saturday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Harold Barnes Douglas 912-3811479 912-384-7835 Organically grown Jerusalem artichokes, as low as $6 per pound, plus shipping. Buddy Hutto Warner Robins email@example.com 478-960-1329 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 hayfields and pastures. Bill Broome Taylorsville 770-3378607 North Georgia chicken litter for sale; available in large quantities, delivery available. Justin Debord Jasper 678386-5884 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. 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. Dry seasoned hardwood; $150 per cord; you pick up. Larry Beuchat Griffin 770-412-4740 770-228-5174 Firewood for sale: all dry seasoned hardwood, $150 per cord; $75 per half cord. Donnie Patterson Toomsboro 478-456-4072 Firewood: seasoned oak, you split, you haul, $50 per cord. Richard Eric Forsyth 678-432-7002 For Sale: firewood, split and seasoned, mixed hardwood, not pine. Al Roberts Fayetteville 404-543-6984 Gas logs for sale; good condition, $100. Michelle Copeland Clarkesville 706-499-8611 Oak firewood; delivered in Henry County, $150 per cord. Randy Smith McDonough 404-901-5278 Red oak firewood, $150 per cord; local delivery available at extra charge. Joe Williams Cumming 770-889-8965 678727-6231 Seasoned and split oak hardwood, 18 to 20-inch pieces, $85, half-cord; free local delivery. Corey Campbell Decatur 404-241-0192 Seasoned oak firewood, split 18 inches to 22 inches, half cord, $75, you pick up, cash only. Nick Martin Fayetteville 770-851-5683 Seasoned oak firewood: $200 per cord, $100 per half-cord, $65 per quarter cord; delivery extra. Peter Cabrel Hampton 404-513-9353 Seasoned oak firewood; $175 per cord; $90 per half cord; hickory BBQ wood, $50 per quarter cord; delivery available. Bob Lewis Fayetteville 770461-4083 Seasoned split oak firewood, $70 per half cord. Michael Stone McDonough 770-957-8613 Oddities Egg gourds for sale; five for $1, will ship, you pay postage. Sybil Gooch Royston 706-654-0338 Gourds for sale: Martin, Crooked Handle, Craft, Bottleneck and more. Wallace Maxwell Royston 706-245-4218 Gourds, many varieties to choose from, at farm or ship UPS. Crystal Lang Cordele 229-322-1321 Luffa sponge (whole) $6, includes postage; seeds 20 for $3; SASE; exfoliate skin, clean glass, vegetables, eggs, body. Davis Yaun Soperton dayaun@ gmail.com 912-399-1988 Smoking wood for sale; can deliver custom cut the size you prefer. Hollis Morris Jasper 676-767-9451 Flowers Wanted Old fashioned climbing rose bushes and yellow azaleas, reasonably priced. Ernest How Eatonton 478-718-5366 Want 100 surprise lilies at reasonable price. Deloris Smith Gainesville firstname.lastname@example.org 404-312-1831 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. Have one-plus acre pond available for your unwanted waterfowl. Ben Worley Kennesaw email@example.com 770-653-4745 Henry County 4-H Christmas Wreaths For Sale On sale now through Nov. 6! Balsam wreaths, garlands and door swags Fertilizers & Mulches 2012; square bales in barn, $1.50 per bale, mulch hay. Paul Teems Canton 770-231-7414 2013 mulch hay, square bales, dry in barn, $2 per bale. T. Wall Thomaston 706-975-3287 706-975-8154 2013 mulch hay; 4x6 rolls, 300 rolls available, $25 per roll. John Wood Gray 478-714-9564 2013 wheat straw, $2.50 per bale at barn, delivery available. Gary Brinson Tarrytown 912-286-3191 2013 wheat straw, high quality square bales, barn stored, $2 per bale. Darrells Skaling Barney 229-305-7435 Bees, Honey & Supplies 10 and five- frames bee hives, starting kit, and some parts, call for more info. Eliseo Delia Mineral Bluff firstname.lastname@example.org 706-492-5119 Available for pick-up on Dec. 6 from noon to 6 p.m. at the Henry County 4-H office in McDonough. Contact Laura Garrett at 770-288-8421 or email@example.com for more information and to get an order form. PAGE 12 FARMERS AND CONSUMERS MARKET BULLETIN WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2013 Agencies partner for farm equipment road safety message Courtesy Georgia Department of Agriculture press office The number of crashes on Georgia roads involving farm equipment rose 7 percent last year. In 2012, there were 429 farm-equipment related crashes in the state, resulting in 185 reported injuries and nine deaths. With the 2013 harvest season approaching, two state agencies are teaming up to bring attention to the need for more safety on Georgia’s rural roads. “As our farmers are working to bring in this year’s crop, we want to remind Georgians of farmers’ increased presence on the roadways,” said Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture Gary W. Black. “While traveling, we urge you to be mindful of tractors and other farm equipment sharing the same roadways and to take extra precaution.” This marks the third year Black and Governor’s Office of Highway Safety Director Harris Blackwood will unite their efforts behind the “Improving Georgia’s Yield Behind the Wheel” campaign. “While motorists cruise the beautiful rural roadways of Georgia this year, they should be aware of slow-moving farm equipment using those roads during harvest season,” Blackwood said. “We’ve worked the last two years to get this message out to drive safely around slow-moving vehicles, but it’s clear there is still more work to do.” Black and Blackwood appeared together on Oct. 7 at the Georgia National Fair in Perry, Ga., and Oct. 16 at the Sunbelt Agricultural Exposition in Moultrie, Ga., to remind the state’s farmers and motorists of the importance of sharing the road. “When sharing the road with other motorists, farmers should have red reflective triangles posted on their equipment to signal to drivers they are operating a slow-moving vehicle,” Black said. “The triangle should be visible and if it is rusted or faded, it should be replaced. We want our farmers to have a happy harvest and for motorists to get home safely.” By law, farm equipment must have the nationally designated slow-moving vehicle sign – a red triangle-shaped reflector – to warn oncoming drivers that their equipment is on the road. These vehicles often travel at speeds no higher than 25 miles per hour. “When drivers come up on slow-moving vehicles on an open country road, many won’t think twice about passing them in a hurry,” Blackwood said. “We want to remind motorists that these farmers have every right to use the roadway, too. Waiting a few minutes to safely pass or for the driver to pull over won’t impact their drive substantially, and they will get home unharmed.” Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus Visit with a Georgia veterinarian in this monthly feature. This edition comes from Dr. Jeremiah Saliki, director of the Athens, Ga., Veterinary Diagnostic Lab. In April and May 2013, multiple Midwestern American pig farms were simultaneously hit with a disease characterized by diarrhea and vomiting. These symptoms led clinicians and diagnosticians to suspect the coronavirus transmissible gastroenteritis virus, or TGEV, as the cause. Testing fecal samples from sick piglets using standard laboratory techniques failed to confirm these suspicions. However, when the same samples were examined under an electron microscope, coronavirus particles were detected. The unexpected discovery of coronavirus particles that were negative for both US swine coronaviruses – TGEV and porcine respiratory coronavirus – prompted further testing. Tests done at Iowa State University and the Federal Laboratory at Ames were done for exotic coronaviruses, and resulted in the confirmation of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus for the first time in the US. Geographic distribution, transmission and clinical signs Coronaviruses are highly contagious, and the outbreaks in the US spread rapidly. Within six weeks the virus had been confirmed in about 200 hog facilities in 14 states including Arkansas, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania and South Dakota. Sporadic outbreaks of porcine epidemic diarrhea were first identified in the United Kingdom in 1971, and this infection has become endemic in most Asian countries since 1982. There was one incursion into Canada in 1980, but it has not been reported in North America since then. The virus is transmitted by the oral-fecal route, with an incubation period of three to four days. Contaminated personnel, equipment, or other fomites may introduce PEDV into a susceptible herd. The disease is difficult to distinguish from TGEV, with the main clinical sign being watery feces that may resemble tufts of wool and have an unpleasant smell. Vomiting may occur and dehydration is a secondary sign. Morbidity and mortality can surpass 90 percent in suckling piglets fewer than 14 days old, but gradually decreases with age. During necropsy, histological examinations – where thin pieces of tissue are mounted on slides and viewed under a microscope – show the small intestine is inflamed with shortened villi, which indicates nutrients are not being properly absorbed, causing diarrhea. Diagnosis The most useful diagnostic specimen is feces or a loop of small intestine. A variety of diagnostic tests, including negative-staining electron microscopy, fluorescent antibody staining, immunohistochemical staining and virus isolation, commonly used for TGEV diagnosis are available in our laboratory for presumptive PEDV diagnosis. However, a test known as polymerase chain reaction is the only technique that can differentiate between TGEV and PEDV. The diagnostic labs in Tifton and Athens, Ga., offer a PCR technique that can detect both viruses, and a positive result is followed by an additional test – sequencing – for definitive diagnosis. PED and Georgia The rapid spread of PED across the US and its occurrence in neighboring North Carolina raise concern for its possible introduction into Georgia. Fortunately, we are poised to rapidly detect the virus if it was to enter the state. The vigilance of swine practitioners and animal owners is key to detecting its incursion into our state. We recommend that PEDV testing be requested for all cases in which an acute TGEV-like disease is observed with high morbidity. Some information in this column comes from the USDA Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Technical Note and the 2012 publication “Porcine epidemic diarrhea virus: a comprehensive review of molecular epidemiology, diagnosis, and vaccines.” VISIT WITH A VET: Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture Gary W. Black, left, and Harris Blackwood, director of the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, are teaming up for a third year for the “Improving Georgia’s Yield Behind the Wheel” campaign. Here, they address constituents at the Georgia National Fair in Perry, Ga., on the importance of sharing the road with farm equipment. Photo by Jenna Saxon EXPO: Florida spotlighted at 2013 event From Page 1 “We certainly want to be here for the next generation. There are a lot of thoughts about this word, but … there’s no greater picture of that than a family that’s been in business for scores of years, who’ve served Georgians and served a market throughout this country and the world, for year after year after year,” he said. “When you have generations come through a heritage, ladies and gentlemen, that’s the picture of sustainability. That’s the folks who are going to be here next year. They’re going to be those tremendous supporters and stewards of the environment. They’re going to be the protectors of the food and fiber system.” Ten of these protectors – whom Black called “heroes of agriculture and heroes of America” – were honored as state Farmer of the Year winners at Sunbelt at the Willie B. Withers luncheon. Georgia’s Farmer of the Year was Will Harris of Bluffton, Ga., owner of White Oak Pastures, and the overall Southeastern Farmer of the Year prize went to James Cooley, the South Carolina state winner. Florida was the 2013 spotlight state, and Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam addressed the crowd during the luncheon. “I came here for the hot, grilled peanut butter sandwich. That is fine eating,” he said. “If we could figure out a way to get some guava jelly on that thing from Florida, and then co-locate the milk producers next to that booth, we’d have nirvana.” On a more serious note, he called the luncheon “the epitome of preaching to the choir,” but added that it was still important to preach it. “American agriculture has its hands full,” Putnam said. “There’s only a percent-and-a-half of the American population … feeding our country, allowing us to be food secure, food independent and create new export markets to help our balance of trade.” But by working together “shoulder to shoulder,” Putnam said, the strength of American agriculture will help solve the problem of feeding 9 billion people by 2050, and still maintain global dominance in terms of food security. “Farmers come and go. But our legacy as commissioners and as farmers and as farm families is to steward this land that the Lord has given us as we borrow it for our time here on this Earth for this next generation,” Putnam said. “And we will be able – 50 years from now, 100 years from now – to come out here and see equipment that we can’t fathom today, but we’ll see these 4-H and FFA members demonstrating to their kids why agriculture is alive and well in the Southeastern United States.” FIND GEORGIA AGRICULTURE ONLINE! WWW.AGR.GEORGIA.GOV WWW.THEGAMARKETBULLETIN.COM WWW.GEORGIAGROWN.COM Youtube.com/georgiaagriculture twitter.com/gdafoodsafety twitter.com/gamktbulletin twitter.com/georgiadeptofag twitter.com/georgiagrown GaMktBulletinBlog.blogspot.com facebook.com/georgiamarketbulletin pinterest.com/gamktbulletin facebook.com/georgiagrown Facebook.com/georgiadepartmentofagriculture