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GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE • GARY W. BLACK, COMMISSIONER • WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 2014 • VOL. 97, NO. 11 • © COPYRIGHT 2014
Georgia commemorates 100th anniversary of Smith-Lever Act with UGA ceremony By Dallas Duncan
Guests of the University of Georgia’s Extension centennial celebration admire a life-size display and timeline honoring the past 100 years of Cooperative Extension and its effects on the state’s youth, citizens and agriculture. The exhibit is on display at the UGA Special Collections Library in Athens, Ga. Photo by Dallas Duncan
INSIDE THIS ISSUE Farmland rent or lease ads.........2 Arty’s Garden............................... 7 Summer pick-your-own form.......8 Spring pick-your-own list........... 11
Deadline to submit ads for the June 25 issue is noon, June 11.
Hundreds of Georgians flocked to Athens on May 15 to celebrate a special birthday: the 100th of the Smith-Lever Act and Cooperative Extension. Beverly Sparks, associate dean for Extension for the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, said the Smith-Lever Act is considered by many to be one of the most far-reaching pieces of legislation to help American agriculture thrive. “This year has given us pause to think about who Hoke Smith was and how he has left a legacy that has not just lasted, but has progressed over a century,” she said. “Tonight we celebrate that vision and innovation as we plan for our next 100 years in Cooperative Extension.” Smith was an attorney in Atlanta who passed the Bar at just 17, Sparks said. He was the owner and publisher of the former Atlanta Journal and served the state both as governor and then as senator. It was as senator that he joined South Carolina’s Sen. A.F. Lever to sign the act creating the Cooperative Extension Service. Prior to the formal creation of Extension, states including Georgia participated in Boys’ Corn Clubs, where young men were invited to “make the best showing in corn culture.” In Georgia, George Claude Adams began the first Corn Club in Newton County in 1904, according to the 2008 book Georgia 4-H: Historic Past, Dynamic Future. Universities, including UGA, got involved in the demonstration work associated with corn clubs. Shortly thereafter, J. Phil See 100, page 12
Pick-your-own strawberries gaining popularity in Georgia By Dallas Duncan Strawberries are an essential part of spring meals, and many Georgia farms take pride in offering pick-your-own berry opportunities for their customers. “The two varieties that we grow here on our farm are Chandler and Camarosa. You also see a lot of Sweet Charlies and Festivals,” said Jake Carter, president of Southern Belle Farm in McDonough, Ga. Soil Scientist Kevin Smith grows the same two types at TroupCorn in Dublin, Ga. “The Chandler, being a smaller, sweeter berry with limited shelf life, that works great for our [you]-pick customers,” Smith said. “The Camarosa is a larger berry, not as sweet as the Chandler, but has an extended shelf life and works great with our pre-pick customers.” In addition to the Camarosa, Jaemor Farms
in Alto, Ga., is one of the only Southeastern farms to grow the Albion variety, which thrives well in the northeast Georgia climate. “It’s a California-type berry, real conical shaped, whereas a Camarosa or Chandler is more scalloped. These look like ice cream cones. It’s a little bit firmer textured berry,” owner Drew Echols said. “[Customers] tend to kind of eat with their eyes and their nose and this berry does that for you. It’s tasty, it smells good and it’s beautiful.” This is the fifth year strawberries have been grown at Jaemor, Echols said. “There were a lot of customers asking, ‘Why don’t you grow strawberries?’” he said. “We’re more geared toward production than agritourism or entertainment, so we decided hey, we’ll plant it.” Caeden Stancil celebrates his birthday with mom Abby They planted 3.5 acres and sold them all. Stancil at the first annual Jaemor Farm Strawberry See BERRY, page 12
Festival on May 17. Photo courtesy Abby Stancil
GEORGIA GROWN PROFILE: Stripling’s General Store
Published by the Ga. Department of Agriculture Gary W. Black, Commissioner
Committed to quality Georgia meat products for a half-century By Maggie Dudacek, summer intern For more than 50 years, Stripling’s has perfected the art of processing sausage. It’s “Hot Hog” country sausage put Stripling’s name on the map as part of Sausage Kitchen, and now the business is a fullfledged grocery store that offers specialty jams, pickles and sauces. Stripling’s General Store recently joined Georgia Grown and is proud to be a part of an organization that supports Georgia businesses. Ashley Goss, the marketing manager who has seen the birth, growth and everything in between, believes that Georgia Grown will help Stripling’s find new business opportunities through marketing, promotion and endorsements. “We … feel an endorsement from Georgia Grown will help in promoting our products as quality driven,” Goss said. “We are very proud of the fact that we are dedicated to consistent, quality products.”
Out of all of the benefits that Georgia Grown has to offer, Stripling’s is most excited about the network opportunities with other Georgia Grown companies. This new community will assist with questions and feedback, but most importantly, encouragement. By participating in events and donating their products whenever possible, Stripling’s supports the Department’s biggest marketing program. Through displays featuring the Georgia Grown logo, the business helps promote the project by encouraging other Georgia-based businesses and consumers to sponsor the program. With more than 300,000 pounds of sausage sold each year, Stripling’s production has grown, but its process, flavor and quality has remained the same for decades, Goss said. With no additional fillers or artificial flavors, customers are provided with high-quality products, while Stripling’s General Store preserves both the history and tradition of the business at its facilities in Cordele, Moultrie and Watkinsville, Ga.
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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. 2014 dove field for lease; located in Oglethorpe County, Lexington area. David Rackley Hawkinsville 706-410-5784 33-acre hay fields, fescue; Parks Mill Road; waist-high, ready to cut; lease or bale share. Manley Smith Milledgeville firstname.lastname@example.org 678-296-1310 404-395-6807 4.5 acres: farm house, barn, storage building, water, located at foot of Lookout and Pigeon Mountain; horses, hunting, trail heads. Jimmy Rains Trion 706638-3531 560-plus acres hunting land for lease in northweat Screven County on paved road; hardwoods and planted pines; roads established; plenty deer, turkey. Thomas Roberts Sylvania 912-8634925 Horse pasture for rent in Talmo, Ga.; four-stall shed, tack room, round pen; private, for one to three horses. Cleon Akins Sugar Hill 770-945-2030 404226-1097 Lease, Madison County; four-house broiler facility, bird-ready; increase income with no capital investment. Louise Swan Greensboro 706-294-1594 Pasture boarding for horses: 20 acres, beautiful fescue, bermuda; woods, creek; only five minutes from Watkinsville, eight miles to Athens, $75. Donna Ross Watkinsville 706-255-0305 706255-0305 Seven to 26 acres in Kathleen; ponds, wells, four acres irrigated, large greenhouse, barns, nursery location; serious calls only. David Warren Warner Robins 478-988-8406 Six acres of four-board fence pasture, two paddocks, two-stall barn; five minutes from Fayetteville; flexible payment or exchange services. Mark Seaman Atlanta 404-538-2220
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Farmland Rent/Lease Wanted Approximately 30 experienced, safety-minded dove hunters need land owner to prepare dove field; must be within reasonable distance from Atlanta. John Moreland Dunwoody john@ jamclu.com 770-393-1952 Father and son want to lease land for deer hunting around Tift, Colquitt, Worth, Dougherty counties or around Quitman County. Randy Bromlow Norman Park 229-873-2891 Looking for a mini farm or house with acreage to rent near Covington, Ga. (40 miles); relocating to Georgia from Tennessee. John Grzybowski Lawrenceville email@example.com 931-626-3416 Looking to lease 100 to 500 acres hunting land in Laurens, Twiggs or Wilkinson counties. Don Harris Danville 478-955-4517 Looking to lease land within 50 miles of Carrollton for hunting; can do work on it; for me and my son only. Brandon Johnston Carrollton 404-272-8508 Pastureland, 20-plus acres; lakes, ponds a plus; one hour from Atlanta or Thomasville; weekend training labradors for field trials; will train your dog or work for access. Gregg Leonard Roswell 404-580-6268 Rent or lease pasture for cows, hay fields and row crops in Spalding, Butts, Pike or Meriwether counties only. Jerry Glancy Griffin 404-433-3568 Trade house for land; want 35 to 40 acres land, can be wooded or farmland; house is two bedrooms with dock, large storage house. Lannie Hamsley Unadilla 478-627-3713 478954-5276 Wanted small to medium size tract for deer, turkey hunting lease in Spalding, Butts, Henry or surrounding counties, max one to three hunters. Curtiss Peppers Sunny Side 404-502-4952
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. 34-year-old seeking employment in Milton, Johns Creek area; experience with horses, stable-hand, tractor driver; hard working. Richard Hayes Roswell 678-262-7407
54-year-old man; work on horses and cattle farm; cleaning stalls, feeding, turning horses and all other animals. Chip Edins Riverdale 770-478-0900 56-year-old man would like job on horse farm; cleaning stalls, grooming, etc., must have salary, living quarters. Johnny Weaver Snellville 678-8481624 Caretaker wanted for cattle, horse farm; housing, pets OK; $450 rent with four-hour work week; non-smokers, background check. Carol Lakics Butler firstname.lastname@example.org 478-862-9733 Couple looking for care taking job on a farm, will relocate, have experience with all livestock. Buddy Baswell Whitesburg 404-387-9933 Look for position managing horse barn; north Fulton, Cherokee, Forsyth counties. Susan Littlejohn Atlanta 404210-7271 Want general farm help, cows, horses, etc., furnished apartment with small salary, background check, non-smoker. Barbara Draper Cedartown 770-7482042
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. ‘03 John Deere 4310 tractor; 998 hours, four-wheel drive, 32 horsepower, 430 loader, $12,000. Roger Parrish Gainesville 770-861-8576 ‘08; 468 John Deere baler, mega wide, head and wet kit in excellent condition, $16,500; Cobbtown. Wesley Miller Collins 912-386-5327 ‘61, 3010 John Deere diesel wide front, good rubber and sheet metal, $6,500. L W Williams Louisville email@example.com 706-872-5406 ‘71 John Deere planter, two-row on tool bar, $1,200; one-row Covington planter on tool bar, $450. Robert Harrell Davisboro 478-348-3998 ‘97 New Holland tractor, 3930 D, 1,050 hours, shuttle-gear, quick- attach, loader, hayforks, $12,000; six-foot squealer Bush Hog, SQ-172, 43000. George C Baker Elberton 706-283-6710 1086 International tractor, $10,000; John Deere 410 backhoe, $7,000. Royce Hulett Hazlehurst 912-253-0161 912-375-3008 12-foot Vrisimo Mighty Max flail mower, $2,100. Ted Hart Eatonton 706-4733360 140; one-row Farmall tractor, cultivators, distributor, high clearance, looks and runs good, $4,500. Edward McCarty Alma 912-632-6015 16-disk harrow, good condition, $600; six-foot finishing mower, excellent condition, 95 percent like-new, $800; both or three-point hitch. Fred Barnes Tifton 229-382-5349 1700 Ford tractor diesel, two-cylinder, 815 hours with five-foot scrape blade, turf tires, can email pictures, $4,900. Wayne Thompson Conyers 770-9229504 1948 Farmall M, restored, new front tires, 12-volt overbore kit, good rear tires, $2,800 OBO. Jerry Wheat Crandall 706-260-0530 1948 Ford 8N; rebuilt, restored, like new, $5,000 spent, 150 hours, since redone, $4,250; three-point hitch boom pole, $125. Jeff Coalson Woodstock firstname.lastname@example.org 770-8260462 1948 Model G Alis Chamlmer; no equipment. D. Simmons Barnes Mill Rd Hamilton 31811 706-718-7813
1952 8N Ford with three-point hitch, in good running condition, asking $2,500; calls only please. Vernon Childers Cordele 229-805-7293 1952 Farmall Super A with implements. Willie Walton Clarkesville 706499-2845 1952 Ford gin tractor, runs well, good tires, good metal, five-foot mower, $2,250. Lawson J McDade Eatonton 706-923-2964 1956 Fordson Major diesel tractor for sale, $1,850. J. T. Chilton Rutledge 706557-2555 1960 John Deere 330-5977 tractor; one owner, since 1964; parade ready, attachments and literature, $20,000 firm. J. G Moseley Jr. McDonough 770957-4025 1961 4010 John Deere, new paint, new Goodyear Tires, ROPS, canopy, work or parade narrow front, $8,500. Jack Morrell Albany 229-886-4700 1961 John Deere 3010 diesel; new injection pump, and etc., $7,000 OBO, call any time. Jordan Culpepper Lake Park 229-412-3225 1968 International 504 diesel tractor, new back tires, runs well, six-foot Bush Hog brand Bush Hog, both $3,800. Kenneth Lockhart Rossville 423-653-5097 1975 International Cub with cultivator in great condition, $2,500 cash. David McClure Adairsville 770-773-7250 1976 International tractor, “Guss,” 741 hours. Don Phillips Covington / Walnut Grove 770-786-6273 1978 Farmall Cub with cultivators, completely restored, $3,800. Dean Kimbell Jackson 404-787-6557 1983 white GMC tractor with a 15-ton trailer. J T Austin Douglasville 770-6522164 770-652-3383 1986 C6000 spreader truck; 5 speed, 2 speed, burns LP gas, 14’ Chandler hydraulic bed, good cond., $6,300. Walter H Smith Cumming 770-887-3010 1992 John Deere model 2355 with 1,044 hours, excellent cond., $15,500. JE Carroll Musella 478-836-3628 1999 New Holland LB75; backhoe, 4x4 clamshell bucket, 2,926 hours; used on farm for several years, $15,900. Daryl Witmer East Dublin 478-290-5627 2) 14-foot hydraulic Chandler litter spreader beds, mounted, need work. Gerald Buffington Gainesville 770-5344742 678-630-2072 20-foot tri-axle trailer, good tires, heavy duty ramps, steel deck, $2,000 OBO. Steve Hoffman Newnan s.hoffman60@ yahoo.com 770-304-4351 2006 Landpride shallow drill seeder, $3,500. Donald Boerger Cairo 229-7026015 2010 model 20323 Kubota mower, zero-turn diesel, Pro 60 commerical only, 120 hours, $8,000. Rob Hardin Monroe 404-372-1105 2013; 500-gallon pull-type Reddick sprayer, hydraulic booms and pump with monitor and controller: new. David Shenk East Dublin 478-279-5501 2014 John Deere 5045D, 37 power take-off, HP, six hours, orignal owner, power steering, sheltered, owner is ill. Doc Hussey Sparta 706-444-6201 2300 John Deer 7, planter, 1200 KMC cultivator, $800; also cattle trailer. Ronnie Singleton Buena Vista 229-6497486 2414 Power King tractor, push blade, harrow, cultivator, bottom plow, sprayer, mower, $2,000. Dean Ennis Sandersville 478-552-6835 2600 Ford gasoline tractor, 34 horsepower, power steering, new paint. good condition, $4,500 OBO. Mike Roberson Dublin 478-488-1647 28-foot dual tandem Gooseneck, flat deck, very nice trailer, pulls great, $6,000. Fred Spring Young Harris 706970-9720
WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 2014
Please note there are two different mailing addresses for the Market Bulletin: a PO Box for subscriptions and a street address for ads and all other communications. 300-bushel grain wagon, $1,200. Mike Hulett Hazlehurst 912-347-1004 3930 New Holland tractor with hydraulic sickle mower, $7,500. Willard Edwards LaFayette 706-463-5985 40 kilowatt, 50 kilowatt John Deere powered; 4045 diesel generator set; open skid unit tank, switch available; low hours. Mike Young Loganville email@example.com 678-977-6786 40-inch power take-off rotary tiller, $600; four-foot rotary clipper, $350. Tony Bradley Dawsonville 706-4297168 706-429-7168 420 John Deere; runs well, three-point hitch, live power take-off; 1956 to ‘58 model, $2,000. Kirk Gardner Sandersville 478-232-8876 48-foot transpost grain auger, power take-off driven on wheels, new grain box. Hubert Lewis Beecham 770-8836004 555 New Holland loader with rebuilt Kubota diesel engine, runs well, $2,900; call for more information. F. Nichols Cumming 678-758-0497 570 New Holland square baler, excellent condition and ready to use. Linda Crumley 1343 Hog Mountain Road Winder 770-307-8163 770-7257804 601 Ford diesel tractor, $1,500. Tim Sikes Cobbtown 912-684-4182 601 Ford tractor, Bush Hog mower, $3,300 and 1952 8N Ford, $1,800, both in good shape. C. Vaughters Powder Springs 770-222-9230 605 F Vermeer hay baler, sheltered, original manual, all-tin inch belts, good condition, $1,750. Thomas Sangster Unadilla 478-892-3581 7100 John Deere 8 row planters, stainless row markers; planted last season, $3,000. Bryan Irwin Unadilla 404-5168077 8N Ford fenders and transmission, $400. Jerry Long Ringgold 706-6735496 8N Ford tractor, runs well, great restoration project or as-is, $1,800. Ed Malcom Clarkesville 706-754-5080 8N Ford, Bush Hog, finish mower, harrow, bottom plow, middle buster, spreader, scrape; priced seperate. Ken Phillips Bogart 706-714-7282 953B CAT track loader with cab, 80 percent undercarriage, excellent running condition, $25,000 OBO. Billy Pruett Mansfield 770-315-7615 All-purpose plow, harrow, cultivator, bottom plow, rotary mower and box blade. Nelson Massey Conyers 770483-2639 Allis Chalmers G, restored front cultivators, runs well, $4,000. Steve Montgomery Reynolds 478-837-1044 Allis Chalmers HO6B dozer, engine, drive train, rebuilt, 150 hours, excellent condition, under roof, $9,750. Carl Kelley Madison shadowwingsfarm@yahoo. com 706-246-0715 Anderson inline bale wrapper, $18,000. Mike Whitehead Comer 706-338-1508 Antique equipment: four mowers, four hay rakes, two s.cutters, one binder, fertilizer spreader, cultivator, harrows, duster, subsolier, G.drill, hand tools. Bobby Martin Homer 706-677-2500 Bale monitor for 9 John Deere 466 baler, in good working condition. D. F Simmons Comer 706-202-4279 Bolens G 152, three-cylinder, Mitsubishi diesel, three-speed, power take-off, three-point hitch, 1,100 hours, with impl;ements. Larry Morris Jasper 706672-5127 Bush Hog RDTH72, finishing mower, $1,400, very good condition, can send pictures. J. Walker Rhine 229-332-0180 Bush Hog, ATH 720 finishing mower, side discharge, sheltered, good condition, $800. Bill Hanzlik Canton 770-3615975 Cantaloupe harvesting trough, 30-foot, folds, all metal three-point hitch, $500. Danny Powers Pitts 229-947-0333 Case 2090 tractor with cab, loader with bucket and hay spear, 108 horsepower, excellent rubber, 2,000 hours, $12,500. Carter Swancy Ranger 770-881-0127
WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 2014 Case backhoe bucket, 36-inch, good original teeth, no problems, $500. Bill Stinson Junction City 478-837-3002 Case W36 loader with grapple, fouryard bucket, great condition, very strong machine, job-ready, $18,500. Eddie Hodges Millen 706-551-9411 CAT 345 1999 excavator, engine rebuild by CAT, $60,000; Kuhn two-basket tedder, like new, $2,400. Gary Oder Dry Branch 478-973-1183 Cat 941B track loader, 1979 custom made cab with air, heat, great shape; 4,133 hours, new head, used on farm, $13,500. Gaines Harman Greenville 678-773-2564 Cat D40 bulldozer, straight blade, runs well, needs track work. Norman Cook Buena Vista 229-649-7430 Caterpillar 955; 1982 model, runs well, 13x serial number, 3,026 hours; new batteries, $15,000. Dean Morgan Rockmart 770-231-1166 Caterpillar D7E dozer, runs well, good undercarriage, 13.5-foot straight blade; ROPS, risers. Dan Lampe Danielsville 770-601-5331 Catipillar 175 generator, pulls six hen houses, $12,000; Win-power plant generator, $3,000; 500-gallon chicken house spreader, 750 PSI, $3,000. Betty Williams Toccoa 706-886-9530 CIN cotton picker bars, fits 2044 through 2355, about 80 total, will sell one or all. Rodney Mulling Collins 912240-4840 Combine N5 gleaner, ready to use, grain table only, included, $10,500. Allan Brittain Jackson abrittain@mindspring. com 770-775-7727 404-328-5756 Covington four-row planters. threepoint hitch, row markers, float wheels, excellent cond.; in Rochelle; $1,500. Cook Holliday Monroe 770-605-1129 Covington two-row TP46 planters, good condition, hardly used, $1,100 OBO. Larry Gailey Baldwin 706-4996699 Deere 60, disassembled sheetmetal, good condition, new radiator core, reconditioned head, new rebored 0/5 block. E. W. Mayer Folkston 478-3969018 Disk mowers, Kuhn, nine-foot, 6MD700 g11 heavy duty, good condition, $4,000; Ford, seven-foot F25-6, good condition, $2,000. Tracy Watson Buena Vista 229-928-7625 Disk; bottom plow; tool bar (Brinly MFG.) for small garden tractor; great condition. Royce Brooks Acworth 770378-2564 Ditchwitch ride-on trencher, 12 horsepower electric start, runs, needs carburetor work, four-inch trencher blades, good condition, $1,200. James George Colbert 706-742-2561 DR lawn and leaf vac. Ronald Harley Sautee 706-348-6462 Eight-disk, three-point hitch, Bush Hog, harrow, $300; reversible, threepoint dirt scoop, $150; five-foot scrape blade, $150; cutltivator frame, $100. Wayne Shelnutt Loganville 770-4664943 Eight-foot heavy duty box scrape; ideal for chicken house litter, $500. Jasen Allison Gainesville 770-530-5333 Eight-row, red ball hooded sprayer and eight-row LMC wedge wick. Pat West Pinehurst 229-928-7427 Electric Mantis rototiller, like new, $150. David Dotson Georgetown 229334-9308 Farm wagons, two; one without sides, one with 36-inch plus 24-inch add-ons, $250 and $450; cash; good condition. Henry Adkison Albany 229-894-5115 Farmall Super A, totally restored, 12volt, wheel weights, cultivators, planters, disk and layoff, pullbar, $4,150. Denver Bishop Buchanan 404-274-1802 Fish equipment: two 10-horsepower areators, $750 each; three seins/reels; one fingerling; one 1 3/8, one 1.5, $750 each. Robert Cothran Denton 912-2530699 Five-foot Bush Hog, three-point hookup, best offer. Joe Mastroserio Canton 770-894-1241 Five-foot Bush Hog, two-reel hay fluffer, seven-shank all-purpose plow, 18disk harrow, all in good condition. Clay Pentecost Winder 770-601-3855 Five-foot DR grader, garage-kept, $600. Mark Clever Hoboken bella@btconline. net 912-281-1148 912-281-1384 Five-foot Ford frail mower with new blades, single drum sheepfoot packer. Easter Smith Danielsville 706-789-3210
FARMERS AND CONSUMERS MARKET BULLETIN – 404-656-3722 Five-foot scrape blade, 4150; heavyduty cutivator, $300; heavy-duty box scrape, six-foot, $425, all excellent condition. Raymond Harrison Flowery Branch 770-965-6287 Five-foot, three-point hitch, five-shank spring-loaded all-purpose plow, kept under shed. Winfred Popham Cartersville 770-382-7649 Ford 1310 diesel garden tractor, 898 hours; Cole planter cultivator, harrow, finish mower, excellent running condition, $5,000. Wendell Faulkner Watkinsville 706-340-6695 Ford 3000 $3,000, Ford industrial front end loader with new pump, $1,500. William Thomas Cleveland firstname.lastname@example.org 706-865-4620 Ford 3000 diesel, six-foot mower, seven-foot Ford cycle mower, six-foot harrow, three-sixteenths inch bottom plows and more. Ron Hulett Milan 912363-5978 Ford 3000 diesel; excellent condition with 1,628 hours, good tires, well-maintained and serviced, $5,700. Wendell Hardy Dallas email@example.com 770-757-6450 770-943-2721 Ford 4000 tractor, good shape, Shop Smith, Mark 5. Pat Cannon Norcross 770-448-8555 Ford 5000, 72 horsepower, runs well, $5,000; CAT955L loader, running good, needs batteries, good undercarriage, $15,000. Brian Mitchell Madison 404502-9095 Ford 551 hay baler, barn-kept, works well, $1,500. Danny Hugya 1244 Phillip Cause Road Doerun 31744 229-7769039 Ford 600 tractor, runs great, strong lift, original and well-maintained. Anthony Cain Cumming tripleeightranch@aol. com 770-380-3608 Ford 600, runs, good tires, fair paint, good harrows, five-shank plow blade, B-pole, $2,850. Charles B Camp Dallas 770-445-1735 Ford tractor: new, radiator tune up, new clutch, pressure plate, new brakes, new seals in rear, new hydraulic fluid, harrow, turning plow. Howard Milsap Newnan 770-253-4594 Ford, two-bottom turning plow with tail wheel, three-point hitch, $300 firm. Phillip Reed Doerun 229-776-4145 Four John Deere 71 planters; six-foot mower; also two 9.4 32-inch new fourwheel tires; four 20.4 38-inch tires; Donald Wooten Denton 912-539-3517 Four-row, 38-inch striptill KMC 7300 vacuum planters with lift assist. Lon Higgins Douglas 912-592-8455 Gehl 1400; round hay baler, 4x5, sheltered, good condition. Wes Conner Hawkinsville 478-951-3548 Gleaner K Corn/Soybean Special: tworow corn head, stationary grain head, excellent condition; parts combine, grain head, miscellaneous parts included, $5,000 OBO. Jordan Griffin Dalton 706-618-7643 H Farmall, four new tires, new starter and battery, runs excellent, recently painted. Melanie Sanders Stephens 706-338-5313 706-759-3655 Hammer mill Valmetal 1215, 10 horsepower, electric three-phase motor, 2005 model, never used (like new); $3,350. Dan Holl Newnan 770-328-6974 Hance seed cleaner, 2 screen; (18) 26” x 30” screens, 40 bu./hr., excellent condition, $1500. George Coleman Glenwood 478-595-8554 Hay equipment, disk mower; Kuhn 9.5-foot GMD700 G-II HD, excellent condition, $7,000 each. Charlie Smith Ochlocknee firstname.lastname@example.org 229-379-4619 Hay rake, new Holland, power take-off driven, $500. Summer Hunt Thomson 706-339-2578 Hay rake: Agris eight-wheel, v-rake with hydraulics, good condition, $1,650. Jeff Knowles Eatonton 706-485-6748 Hay square baler, Gehl 3210 with 10bale hoelscher, barn-kept, $7,900 OBO. Bo Fountain Cairo 229-378-7515 Heavy duty double tool bars, $200 each; 21-foot folding metal harrow drag board, $150. Richard Barrett Marshallville 478-967-2570 Heavy duty, three-point hitch post hole digger; 12-inch auger, $750, firm. Ken Lacey Fairmount 770-547-3110 Heavy-duty Case backhoe, 36inch bucket, $450; heavy-duty Case backhoe,18-inch bucket, $250; one set cultivators for 140 Farmall, Super A, $500. L. Hanley Hull 706-433-1043
Hithens 55 cutting harrow, eight feet wide, three-point hitch, used on 10 acres, like new, $1,500. P. H Knowles Eatonton 706-923-5491 IH hammermill, power take-off driven, sheltered. old but in fair condition, $400. Andrew Wilson Eastman 229-425-3760 IHC mower, three-blade, mid mount, six feet wide; IHC 184 tractor, vbelt, power take-off driven, $600 OBO. Ralph Wood Rochelle 229-3132995 International cub, yellow and white, restored nice, $2,650. Herbert Craft Cartersville 770-336-9661 International TD, 15 C dozer, root rake, good transmission, good engine; sell or swap for 4x4 back hoe. Samuel Newton Douglas 912-850-4632 Irrigation pump, 4x4, three-cylinder Deutz diesel, 45 horsepower, as new condition, five hours run time, $5,500. Rick Gladney Fairburn 678-640-8666 Jacobson Tuff tractor, 31 horsepower motor, four-cyc; tandam rear wheel, 1978 model flotation, power take-off tires, $800. Kenneth Parker Gainesville 770-653-3020 John Deer 5525 cab, H&A, 91 horsepower, 522 loader, two-wheel, 675 hours, like new, $38,000. Tommy Turner Gainesville 770-983-7832 John Deere 1700, four-row planter KMC, four-row bedder with doors, harrow four-row cotton stalk puller. Hugh Hosch Waynesboro 770-789-3258 John Deere 336, New Holland 273, square balers; both in excellent condition, can demonstrate, field-ready. Tim Miller Cherry Log 706-455-1664 John Deere 3970 forage harvester, three-row head, 5.5-foot pickup head. excellent condition, sheltered. John Gay Millen 478-494-5107 John Deere 4255, new interior, good paint, new tires, runs great, cab and air, quad range, $32,000 OBO. Brad Childers Montrose 478-484-0656 John Deere 4300 with loader, 310 hours, $ 16,500; five-foot, harrow, $1,400; Gill core aerator, $1,200. Bobby Cumbie Newnan 770-304-8715 John Deere 450B, needs clutches adjusted, $6,000, must sell. Eddie Wolfe Douglasville 770-241-8106 John Deere 455-G crawler loader, hand steer, new undercarriage, very nice machine. Harry Puckett Buford 770-945-0174 John Deere 4650; quad range, 980 hours on new engine; new rear tires, quick hitch, $28,000. Perry Hudson Leary 229-400-1259 John Deere 466 round hay baler; good condition; barn-kept, in Morgan County. Danny Reid Cumming 770-887-3254 John Deere 6403 cab, 3,200 hours, $25,000; 21-foot Gal Fre tedder, $2,100; Taylor-Way 420, 28-disk, three-point harrow, $1,600. Alan Mobley Griffin 770-560-3441 John Deere 650, tiller, Bush Hog, scrape blade, trailer, $5,800; call for details. Doug Rhodes Social Circle 770910-5154 John Deere 6620 turbo combine with 216 grain head, good condition, $9,000 OBO. Jim Jackson Wrightsville 478290-0263 John Deere 7.5-row corn planters; $1,800. Larry Lewallen Marietta 770712-5910 John Deere 7000, four-row planter with fertilizer hoppers, field ready, $4,700. Dan M Johnson Lavonia 706-491-1144 706-356-4242 John Deere 8300 grain drill double disk; Rainbow irrigation pump; pump disassembled; leave message. Lee Gregg Williamson 770-228-9842 John Deere 8300 grain drill; new hydraulic cylinder, hoses, new seed drop tubes; several extra disks, good condition, $3,450 cash. Dewitt Jordan Moultrie 229-317-1688 John Deere 870, 4x4 with 640 hours, P/S, sync transmission, dual SCV, built in 1997; $7,200. Silviu Gavriliuc Buford 678-997-4119 John Deere 893 cornhead, eight-row, 30-inch, excellent condition, $15,000. Al Rowland Wrightsville 478-278-5419 John Deere 920 MoCo, new disk, field-ready, $6,800; four round bale selfdump hay trailer. Buddy Smith Madison 706-342-0486 John Deere 950 tractor, rebuilt engine, low hours, new rear tires, shedded, excellent cond., $6,800 OBO, must-see. Alex Miller Blue Ridge 706-455-6622
John Deere 9500 combine, 2,300 hours, two heads; Westfield grain auger, 8x71 power take-off drive. Jimmy Bryan Sumner 229-326-8839 John Deere 9870 cotton picker, John Deere 26-foot harrow, John Deere 975, five-bottom switch plow, six-row red ball hauler sprayer. Lora Hosch Buford 770-945-3971 John Deere 9950 cotton picker, runs well; good heads, spindles; new doffers, with mudhog, good condition, $8,000 OBO. John Griffin Tifton 229-445-0495 John Deere B double disk grain drill, 10 feet wide, $1,550. E Brown Avera 706831-3442 706-547-6162 John Deere B; late model, parts tractor or restoration project. Ken Boss Loganville 678-618-5386 John Deere baler 457; mega wide with monitor, string tie, 4309 bales, good condition, $10,500. Mark Woodard Macon 478-986-4392 John Deere baler, net wrap,1,200 rolls, $26,000; Aerway Aerator, eight-foot lifttype, $3,500. Benny Lasseter Franklin 678-378-1884 John Deere deer plot grain drills, seven or eight feet wide, works on three-point hitch, $2,100. Royce C Hulett Jacksonville 912-253-0162 John Deere eight-back hoe attachment, three-point hitch; if interested I have pictures and short video. Robert Turner Butler email@example.com 478-847-3702 John Deere garden tractor, lift, tiller, plows, cultivator, mower, $1,500; Snapper riding mower, $500; Husqvarna mower, $350. Chris Herrin Bowdon 770-832-0416 John Deere model M tractor with full cultivator set. Jerry Cox Fayetteville 770-461-7938 John Deere, eight-row cultivator 845, eight-row lay-by boom, complete, no-till attachment for eight-row. James Bailey Elberton 706-318-1012 John Deere, two-row, 71 planter, 4150, 10-foot chain link drag, harrow, $550. Ryan Baerne Nicholson 706-757-2672 706-247-6240 John Deere: A style, two rear seven front tires, like new, runs, hand start, $1,750; four-bottom semi-mount plow, drag, $750. Henry Overholt Sr. Marshallville 478-472-6583 Jubilee Ford tractor, runs, $1,550 OBO. Jan Sweeney Dacula 770-6829176 404-376-0886 KMC Rip and Plant, 6x6 tool bar, manual, row markers, $2,000. William Knowles Milan 229-315-4350 229-3624515 Kron, KR 130, 4x4 round baler, excellent condition, barn-kept. Mason Chadwick Ball Ground 770-894-9805 Kubota 3830, four-wheel drive with LA723 front end loader, R4 tires, 283 hours, only one owner. Ken Burnette Gainesville Kburnette@bentonandparker.com 770-540-3516 Kubota L1500 (gray market L175) tractor with five-foot Caroni RFM, good condition, $2,500. JB Bridges McDonough firstname.lastname@example.org 770-946-9362
Kubota L175, three-cylinder diesel, great small tractor, $3,000. Charles Elliott Auburn 770-241-2995 Kubota L3400, four-wheel drive with loader; one owner, 2010, 160 hours, shuttle shift, foldable ROPS, tool bar, $16,500. Jeff Walls Warrenton 706465-2924 Kuhn GMP 800 G II, HD mower, always sheltered, good condition. Dwane Bailey Bowersville 706-436-8033 Lathe-Mizer and tenon kit, like new, used only a couple of times, $2,500. Richard Jones Metter email@example.com 912-682-4094 912-685-2726 Long steel cattle body, fits long bed truck, good condition, $100. Carl Sanders Oglethorpe 706-743-3636 M&W 4500 hay baler; round baler, good condition. E. W Woodring Ellijay 706-273-8119 Mahindra, 65 horsepower, four-wheel drive, trent loader, roll-over blade, sheltered, 50 hours, like new, $22,000. Wayne Parker Ranger 770-926-3284 Massey Ferguson 165 tractor, good shape, 58 horsepower, four-cylinder Perkins diesel, power steering, twowheel drive, very good tire tread, $5,500. Joshua Upton Commerce 678557-8361 Massey Ferguson 360 tractor, six feet; heavy-duty Bush Hog, 715 hours, $8,500. Jason Nix Canton 770-5475482 Massey Ferguson 450 round hay baler, good condition, always sheltered, ready to bale, $1,500. Harold Bowden Jackson 770-775-2267 Massey Ferguson1533, four-wheel drive and loader, R4 tires, 360 hours, shuttle shift transmission, barn-kept, $15,500. Greg Walker Carrollton 678618-5488 McConnel Swingtrim cutter, good condition, $4,500; Sitrex eight-wheel hay rake, $1,000; Bush Hog box blade, five feet, $250. Tracy Boyt Thomaston 706656-8481 Melroe backhoe, model 911, sec.#04610741; Trebuilt cylinders, five new hoses, two buckets, $7,800. Bobby Cook Crawford 706-207-9591 New Holland 258 hay rake, new tires and four extra pickups, $1,250. Patrick Cheatham Newnan athorse@bellsouth. net 404-229-6206 New Holland 565 hay bale, less than 1,000 bales baled, purchased in 2007, new, asking $10,600. Reed Skinner Murrayville 470-248-0477 New Holland 565, square hay baler, Agway accumlator, Agway hay grabber, like new, in barn, $15,000. Alvin Strickland Patterson 904-335-7463 New Holland 57, IH 14 pull hay rakes, M&W 1500 5x4 round baler; all used last season; down sizing, field-ready. Lucia Miller Cherry Log 706-698-6611 New Holland 617 disk mower, $4,000; 30-foot, seven-ton Gooseneck trailer, $3,800. Jeremy Garrett Kite 478-5212340 New Holland feed mill, two screens, barn-kept, $2,000. John Wood Gibson 706-598-9805
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Livestock Sales and Events Clip and Save Calendar Every 1st & 3rd Tues. Poultry, Goat & Feeder-Breeder Pig Sale, poultry, 6 pm, hogs & goats, 7 pm, RockRidge Livestock Auction, just off S.R. 128, s. of Reynolds. Info: 478-847-3664 or 706-975-5732. 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 229-6499940 or firstname.lastname@example.org. 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, 912594-6200 (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 Spring selling hours: hatching eggs and biddies 5:30 p.m., goats and sheep 7 p.m., poultry, small animals follow goat sale, merchandise 4 p.m. 1035 Monticello Hwy, Gray. GAL AU-C002992. Info: Nancy Wilson 478-986-4413; email@example.com or www. bradleywaysideauction.com 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 229-8964553. 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.
New Holland hay rake, $600. Sammy McCorkle Thomson 706-831-0798 New Holland LS, 180, excellent condition, new tires, year 2003; $13,500. Walter Terrell Decatur 678-940-4342 770-593-3145 New Holland model 616 disk mower; seven-foot, 10-inch cut, excellent condition; Catoosa County. Tom Harrell Ringgold 706-935-4124 New Holland square baler for sale; in good condition, price, $3,800. Jeff Johnson Gray 478-986-9390 Old tractors, vintage four John Deere, Minneapolis-Moline, Allis Chalmers, Farmall high cropper, rare; $17,000 for all four, firm. Carter Lumsden Griffin 678-672-0725 One 72-inch Bush Hog finish mower, RDTH - 12-inch; two sets of extra blades, new, $925. A. K. Goff Ochlocknee 229-403-0100 One-point hitch to fit Super A to 140 Farmall, includes four pieces of equipment, $1,200. JC Hilliard Eastman 478374-4904 Pecan equipment for sale: Savage 8061 harvester, Kilby shaker, sprayer mounted; $20,000 for all. Russ Huffman Jeffersonville 478-214-7272 Power King tractor, bottom plow, harrow mower planter, cultivator scooter plow, $2,850. Russell Surles Richland 229-321-2255 PZ HS360 combination rake and tedder, overall good condition, needs a few tires and a tube, $450. Chris Newman Canton 770-883-5952 Rotary tiller, four-foot (deluxe model), three-point hitch, used less than five hours, call any time; $1,250. William Houston Macon 478-319-5152 478788-2693 Savage 8061, pecan harvester in great condition, field ready, $13,000; has been shelter-kept. Morris Faircloth Pelham 229-328-8036 Serveral pieces of farm equipment: five tractors, five Bush Hogs, two feed mills; selling due to health. Kenneth Peterman Fort Valley 478-825-7291
Every 1st & 3rd Sat. S & D Goat Sales, Baxley Fairgrounds, begin 12:30 pm; goats, pigs, poultry, calves. Info.: Steve Smith, 912-367-9268, 912-2781460. 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
Seven-foot harrow, adjustable for cutting and smoothing, $850, call after 6 p.m. Marvelyn Mathis Jackson 770775-2060 Six-foot Bush Hog with 70 horsepower or more tractor, $850. Dennis Scarborough Nicholson 706-543-4625 Six-foot finishing mower, 1 yearold, $1,450; six-foot rototiller, $500. Emmett Kennedy Cochran 478-934-1311 Six-foot pasture renovator, $150; sixfoot reversible blade, $200. Walt Butler Snellville 770-985-2146 Smoothing harrow, heavy duty, threepoint hitch hook-up, 16 disk, looks good, $400. Jesse Garrett Auburn 770652-7915 Spreader, $300; post hole digger with six- and 10-inch augers, $400; threepoint quick hitch, $150; boom pole, $100. Roy Watson Senoia 706-5381185 404-642-6766 Taylor-Way cutting harrows, eight-disk, good shape, finished project, must go, $750. Paul Whitmire Clermont email@example.com 770-654-9909 Taylor-Way offset harrow; five feet, four inches; 16 18-inch disk, two axles per row, $950. Kermit Fourakre Hampton firstname.lastname@example.org 770-9469112 Taylor-Way tractor, drawn bush and bog harrow, eight disks; not a threepoint hitch, $300. Linda Ferguson Chickamauga 706-539-2469 TD8G bulldozer, six-way blade, eightfoot root rake, ready to work, $10,500. Leslie Anderson Statesboro 912-5875272 Three harrows, three-point hitch, good condition, 20 disks each. Paul Anthony Buena Vista 229-649-6290 229-3140782 Three sets, one-row cultivator harrows with teeth, $50 each. B. Hanley Hull 706-789-2115 Three-fourths inch Elector magnetic drill press, heavy duty, good conditon, use in farm shop, will sell or trade. V Felkel Millen 912-682-5813
Three-point hitch equiptment, cut-off saw, power take-off pulley, $300; fork lift, $200; disk harrow, $350; rotary cutter, $400; scrape blade, $250. Evariste Faucher Athens 706-254-7906 Three-point hitch fertilizer spreader, good condition, $300; five-foot box scrape, four rippers, $375; “C” tine cultivator, $200. Mitchell North Palmetto 770-755-5716 Tractor Ford 1620, four-wheel drive, hydrostatic turf tires, six-foot mower deck, five-foot boxscrape and boom, $6,350. Dave Keller Woodstock keller. email@example.com 770-475-4160 Transplanter; two-seat, opening foot and two press wheels, three-point hitch, $750. Alfred Lee Dallas 770-943-7878 Troy-Bilt horse, seven horsepower; Koler, good parts; BCS #725 tiller, 10 horsepower, attachments, new wood chipper, layoff plow. William Warbington Dacula 770-962-2454 Troy-Bilt, Trail Blazer, four hoursepower, excellent shape, $400; self-propelled mower, $75, and push mower, $50. Foy E Smith Cornelia 706-776-3528 TroyBilt tiller (1987); seven horsepower; Tecumseh engine with furrower and wings, good condition, $250. Larry Mann Cumming 770-844-8717 TroyBilt tiller, eight horsepower, horse model, in great condition, used very little, $600. Paul Jordon Hephzibah firstname.lastname@example.org 706-554-2316 TroyBilt tiller, horse model, engine needs tune-up, good condition, $300. Thomas Hendricks Lilburn 770-9210663 TroyBilt tiller, new, $500. Ralph Sebacher Sharpsburg 676-378-6650 Tuff Bilt tractor, 20 horsepower, Kohler engine, 59-inch Woods mower, some cultivators, plows, hydraulic lift; $2,500. Kenny Brown Hartwell 706-436-2343 Two 8N Ford tractors, complete, good tires and sheet metal, $1,500 for both. Thomas Tucker Lithia Springs 770941-2354 Two Farmall Super C tractors, one with cultivators and one with planters, good running condition. Fred Gayton Cumming 770-887-9476 Two John Deere 9970, 201 pkrs.cln; 2,9965, pkrs; one 986 Case tractor, excellent, canopy. Ralph Nutt Cordele 229-276-5336 Two-row Covington planters, dual hoppers, heavy frame, kept in barn, different plates as well, $1,200. Tim Reed Roopville email@example.com 404405-4025 V harrow, Bush Hog brand, five-shank with gauge wheel, excellent condition. CL Tidwell Cartersville firstname.lastname@example.org 770-382-4477 404-3798912 Yanmar 2210, two-wheel drive, two-cylinder, Perkins diesel, threespeed transmission, creeper gear, 26 horsepower, 889 hours, great tractor, $3,800. Ken Graham Dallas 770-4451848
Farm Machinery Wanted 16-disk smoothing harrow, heavyduty, good condition, reasonable distance from Madison, Ga. Slate Long Madison 706-752-0206 78 horsepower Deutz turbo diesel engine. Bob Thomas Tifton 229-382-3991 Boompole and six- or seven-foot scrape blade. Rick McCallister Alto 706-677-5032 706-809-1763 Eight-foot offset disk, 10-foot hay mower conditioner, in-line square baler, manure spreader, 4x6 round baler with net, hay fluffer. Nathan Clackum White 678-628-3509 Ford 7700 parts, or tractor parts, also TW20 parts. Don Williams Carrollton 770-328-2782 Four dry fertilizer attachments for John Deere 7000 planter. Frank Riley Hiawassee email@example.com 706897-1676 Good used, 4x5 round hay baler with net wrap. Paul Smith Warner Robins 478-952-3899 Good, used quick-attach auger, trencher and root grapple for a CAT skid loader. A. Elwell Covington 770-7845686 Grill assy. for Long 2360, 2460, 2510, 2610 or complete Long tractor for parts. Sherman Smith Trenton 706-657-8812 John Deere, sleeves for 1010 gas engine or complete motor. Morris C Gilreath Gainesville 770-532-1424
Junk G- model, rear engine, Allis Chalmers tractor to restore, must be low-priced. James Elliott Lavonia 706356-4839 Midland type dirt pan, four to six yards. Veal Moorman Wrightsville Moormaninsurance@bellsouth.net 478-279-1954 Model 50 or 60 John Deere, power steering, three-point hitch and power take-off, good running work tractor, priced reasonably. C. Livingston Midland 706-561-4450 Need bearing and other parts for Allis Chalmers disk, eight-foot on wheels with hydraulic lift. Richard White Lyerly 706-346-8172 Need front end loader for 5610 Ford tractor. Bobby Yarbrough Pine Mountain 706-333-1998 Need Reynold dirt pan, six yards. Vinh Ta Buena Vista firstname.lastname@example.org 229-314-0530 No- till planter, prefer 10 feet wide; Morgan County (near Madison); call nights. Frank Eaton Buckhead 706342-0727 706-474-0689 One straw spreader for $2,100. Wayne Carr Donalsonville 229-254-8007 Peanut trailer or cart with hydraulic dump system. Dwayne Law Chula 229382-3145 Pin on root rake for John Deere 650 bulldozer, stack rake for 310 SE bachhoe, two cable toe irrigation traveler. Floyd Knowles McRae 229-315-0409 229-362-4855 Rubber tracks for Takeuchi TL26 or TL126 cultivators. Rex Coe Cleveland 706-969-1868 Six-foot, pull-type Bush Hog. Joe Bailey Griffin 770-228-3958 Small (five-foot) seed drill for pasture planting, good working condition please. Barb Hammond Midville 561670-9002 Three-point roll over box blade with plow teeth. Harry Taylor Macon 47871-8717 Travel motor for B50 Yanmar mini excavator, 1993 model. Joel Neill Newnan 770-253-4261 Wide front end for a WD-45 Allis Chalmers tractor. D.D. Braunsroth McDonough 678-610-5636
FARM SUPPLIES If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. 1,000-gallon fuel tank, $475, trailer axles $90 to $125; in Griffin, Ga. Harold Distel Williamson 770-584-1862 1,800-gallon stainless steel tanker, two, 18.5-inch top holes; two two-inch rear holes, twin storage cabinet. Duncan L Cumming Madison 706-342-0304 100-kilowatt automatic Olympian generator; six-cylinder Caterpillar engine, transfer switch, disconnect switch; leave message. Robert Reepe Demorest 706-754-6747 100-plus antiques: table, 3x8-foot top, five-inch square legs, $500; threebin grain box, 34 inches by five feet long, $300, etc. Glenn Eskew Madison email@example.com 706-818-8815 12 metal nests per box, $40 per box. Lamar Bryant Cleveland 706-878-8509 125-kilowatt Deutz diesel generator with 600-amp switchgear, single phase, $12,500 firm. Robert Queen Trion 706638-7457 14-ton feed silos, excellent condition; Wilcox County. Robert Ahern Rochelle 239-336-8237 150-gallon fuel tank, $135; Dearborn eight-disk, three-point hitch harrow, $200. Larry D Harrison Buford 404-2160678 20 aluminum pallets, skids, 24 by 36 by 3 inches tall, $15 each. Josh Daniels Atlanta 678-600-1671 20-inch chicken house fan, new onefourth horsepower motor, $50; threefourths horsepower electric motor, $20. Stanley Phillips Royston 706-245-7661 200 horsepower Cummins power unit; good condition, $7,500; ask for Shane. Aaron McWhorter Whitesburg aaron@ ngturf.com 404-535-1248 770-832-8608 2001 equipment, hay trailer; 24-foot, five-foot dovetail with ramps, two 7,000-pound axles, excellent condition, always covered, $6,000. Ron Hunton Kingston 678-232-5805 2011 Haulmark enclosed utility trailer, 6x12 feet, white, bumper-pull, redone rear ramp style door, good condition, $2,100 OBO. Becca Fernandez Powder Springs 404-754-6812
WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 2014 250-gallon propane tank, excellent condition, $275. Bob Hale Janbob Farm 6045 Rock Mills Road Franklin 30217 706-883-8080 300-plus gallon plastic tanks in metal cage, five-inch cap on top, valve in bottom, $50 per tank. C. Stovall Dahlonega 678-491-0838 350 to 400 new square bean boxes for sale at $1 each. Richard Thornton, Jr Patterson 912-647-0223 36-inch spike aerator, $150; 48-inch spike aerator, $170, never used. J.A. Hall Loganville 770-466-2322 500-gallon propane tank with regulator, contains some gas, want it removed, $250 OBO. Linda Akins Greensboro 706-347-4963 7x12-foot utility trailer, side and rear ramps, $1,850; trade for 6x12-foot trailer of equal vallue. Marty Lynn Sr. Cumming 770-540-8938 90-gallon in bed combo diesel, fuel tank and toolbox. Bobby Bradford East Ellijay firstname.lastname@example.org 706-2736043 Aermotor windmill, 60-foot tower, 10foot blades, needs some work; as is, $4,500, repaired, $6,000. Jimmy Hardin Knoxville 478-361-3907 Air, kiln-dried Wood-Mizer sawn lumber, large selection wood specials, paneling, wide-plank flooring, fencing, barn wood. John Sell Milner sellj@bellsouth. net 770-480-2326 All power 10,000-watt generator, 15 horsepower Honda engine, electric start, like new, only two hours; $900. David Combs Jefferson 706-367-4645 All-stainless peanut cooker, cook about four bushels at a time; on legs with burner, $350. Haskel Taylor Culloden 770-358-4502 Aluminum windows with screens; two are 53x32 inches, seven are 55x36 inches, $20 each. Ricky Williams Cumming 770-887-1143 Antique heart pine flooring sills, 37 ft. trusses; 12 hole laying cages & dryer chicken house fans, 3 - 5 ft. James Donaldson Metter 912-685-4095 912-6820347 Approximately 200, 34 inches x 16 feet, four-gauge, 11-wire used hog panels, bought new in 2009, sell for $15 each. Timothy Peifer Metter 912-6856853 Barrels, plastic heavy duty, 55 gallon, 20 inch screw top, air tight, ffood grade, $35, while supply last. Bill Sewell Brunswick 912-270-8278 Barrels, plastic heavy duty, 55-gallon, 20-inch screw top, air tight, food grade, $35 while they last. Bill Sewell Brunswick 912-265-7633 Bells: farm, school, church, old ones, some parts, also I buy bells and parts or broken ones. Shane Burnett Covington 770-827-0999 Blacksmith tools, tongs, Hardie’s hammers, anvils, 200 pounds. Ben Hendrick Austell 770-948-9842 Blue and white 55-gallon plastic drums, closed tops, two twist-off caps, food grade, other types sometimes available. Eugene Needham Loganville 770-466-4284 Clean 55-gallon metal drums with lids; 1,000-gallon fiberglass tank. Leonard Crane Dawsonville 678-947-6744 404210-1516 Cool cell pads, four feet, good condition, have 500 pads, $6 each. Kevin Kesler Nicholson kevin.kesler@truett. edu 706-424-2471 770-653-4553 Corn cracker, corn sheller, meat cleaver, garden push plow, hand-carved fatlighter post, over 100 years old. Russell Jewell Waycross 912-283-8871 Craftsman, 20-gallon air compressor, three horsepower, hose reel, 150-foot air hose, $220. Charles Blalock Locust Grove 678-432-7069 Dove and pigeon cages, top quality in and outdoor units, $20 and up. Nambia Bennett Atlanta 404-622-9432 Five-gallon stainless steel, pulsating goat milker with motor; can milk two goats at a time. Jed Shorr Buford 678464-4782 770-932-1125 Flooring oak and pine; tongue and groove, various widths, also beadboard and woodshavings; call for prices. William Briggs Union City 404-349-2315 Four almost new Low Boy trailer tires, 14.5 size or trade for goats. Jim Snow Hampton 678-834-5624 Four-inch irrigation pipe, approximately 1,000-foot fittings, sand sprinklers, $1,750. A. Yawn Hazlehurst 912-5390262
WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 2014 Generator Industrial 8500M, gasoline, output 8400 watts, $2,800, like new. Johnny Peacock Eastman email@example.com 478-374-9765 478-689-6620 Goat, cow milker; complete system, ready to work, $675; can meet you somewhere or mail. Pamela Liner Morven 229-977-5201 Golden 2 cane mill for sale. Ray Freeman Dublin 478-272-1307 Hay feeder round bale, cradle type, $175. David Wood Danielsville 706202-3436 Hooper farm equipment trailer, 18x2 feet dovetail with ramps, $1,800, John Deere, 4.5 feet. Charles Lanier McDonough 404-538-2191 Hose, irrigation reel, 500 feet, four-inch hose, big gun, neeeds some tires, long make, $4,000. Chuck Walker Reynolds 478-960-7613 Ladder, aluminum, 40-foot extension, $200; rototiller, 34-inch (Simplicity) needs tines, belt-driven, $150. Carl Smith Jonesboro 770-478-2742 Locust post and rails. Eugene Cook Blairsville 706-745-8724 706-897-5828 Lumber, quality sawmill lumber, low as 35 cents per board foot, pine and hardwood, custom cuts. Mitchell Smith Griffin 404-867-5106 Manual Coats Tireman, $150; Shopsmith MK 5, $1,850. M. Bailey Redan 770-482-2812 Metal and plastic barrels with locks, tops; solid with bung holes; plastic tanks, 275 gallons in wire cages. G. Allen Covington 770-786-6377 Nine-inch x 20-foot CCA poles, $20 each; corral panels, $45; trailer axle, $25; barbed wire, $26 per roll; water troughs, $65 to $150. Robert Miller Greenville 706-672-4556 Old barn wood and tin for sale; barn wood, all different sizes, old tin ranging from eight to 10 feet. Michael Collins Blairsville 706-897-0939 One pull-type areator for lawn mower, $75 OBO. David H Evans Greensboro 706-486-2858 One wash pot, 20 30-gallon plastic drums, two bung plugs, 55-gallon lock ring, metal and stainless. Jimmy Cannon Canton 770-889-2342 Paco and other pump sets for sale for irrigation/drawdown; 1,000 GPM; call for pics or more info. Paul Mullis Wrightsville 478-864-8107 478-290-7375 Pullet house equipment: Choretime feedlines, Weighmatic scales, control box, Plasson Bell drinkers, Fountain drinkers, fans, generator. James Walston Ringgold 706-271-6310 Quail breeding pens: three-section; five tiers, dropping pans and stand included, $200. Zane Spivey Wray 912393-3378 Rainbow hard hose with gun; soft hose reel, no hose,Travier with gun. A. T Dopson Rhine 478-278-7256 Roofing metal; used, 60 cents per foot, various lengths; Roofing is in Oglethorpe County. Raymond Gunter Lexington 770-536-8072 Saw vice for sharping handsaw or any blade saw; 13 inches long, $55. James R Wens Hamilton 706-977-0338 Sawmill lumber: pine, poplar, oak, cedar, cherry, black walnut and more; portable sawmill service starting at 25 cents. Todd Chaney Cartersville 404861-7402 Sportsman incubators,1502 digital, hatching tray and trays for eggs included, $400; everything to get you started. Sam Rappold Molena 770-884-0262 770-550-3048 Sprayer model LG55J-3, PT, 55-gallon, 10-foot boom, used one season. Marlowe Collins Gainesville 678-207-1993 Syrup kettle; (kettle only). Vivian Dunn Dublin 478-697-3298 Syrup kettles, 50-, 60- and 80-gallon, good for burn pits; as low as $5 per gallon. John Lewis Lakeland adrianlewis@ live.com 229-251-6271 Tires and rims, heavy duty for John Deere 8400, $10,000. Felton Leverette Ambrose 912-393-5345 Titan industrial generator model TG8000; voltage 120/240, 30/25 amps, frequency 60 hertz, surge watts 8400, like new, $750. John Watson LaFayette 423-834-3457 Tractor turf tires with rims, 18.4x26, three, two good condition, one fair, fits Ford 4000, $500. Tommy Hawkins Wrens 706-547-6269 706-830-7042
FARMERS AND CONSUMERS MARKET BULLETIN – 404-656-3722 Trailer, dual axle bumper-pull, 10x6 feet long with five-foot tongue, dual wheels, six-inch metal frame, around width, six feet four inches”. Raymond Reece Woodstock 770-926-4236 Triner scale, weighs up to 100 pounds, good condition, accurate, works well, good for weighing produce, pecans, etc., $100. Hazel Sellers Albany 229344-5198 Turf tires and wheels, 16.9x24, like new (only used a couple times), $1,200. Theresa Alford Commerce 770-815-2453 Two hen houses; nests, lubing drinkers, 50-kilowatt generator and more, all must go. Bill Thomason Dalton 706847-1136 Two propane gas tanks, 300-gallon to 250-gallon, sell cheap, make offer. J. T Roden Fayetteville 770-486-0055 Used chicken house equipment; two 10-ton feed bins, scale system and bin, cool cell, waters. Timothy Martin Homer 706-654-8119 Utility wagon, trailer; 4x7, excellent for off-road, needs tires, lights for road use, $325 OBO. Steve Hendrick Palmetto 678-849-7505 Wallenstein power take-off chipper for sale; barely used, cuts up to six-inch logs; serious inquiries only. Michelle Copeland Clarkesville 706-499-8611 Water pump: 1.5 Hsp.; Myers centrifical water pump, good condition, $300, located in Whitesburg. Jerry Tomblin Lawrenceville 770-962-9921 Wilton machinist vise, model 400, swivel, four-inch jaw, 6.5-inch opening, excellent condition, $225. Jimmy Tripp Hawkinsville 478-892-9592 Wood-burning stoves; one large, one medium; federal airtight, call for specs, $400 for both. Charles Futral Fayetteville 770-460-1030 Wood-Mizer lumber; 1x12 pine or poplar, oak, trailer flooring any thickness. Larry Moore Newnan 678-278-5709 Wood-Mizer sawn lumber, customsizes pine, poplar and oak, 40 to 80 centes per board foot. Timothy Tucker Newnan 770-251-7612
LIVESTOCK All livestock must have been in the advertiser’s possession for at least 90 days before they can be advertised. Livestock listed must be for specific animals. Generalized ads such as “many breeds of cattle” or “want horses, any amount” will not be published. Ads for free or unwanted livestock will not be published. Ads for cats, dogs, reptiles, rodents and other animals not specifically bred for on-farm use will not be published.
Cattle If you have any questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. 10 registered black Angus bull; ready for service. Fred Blitch Statesboro 912865-5454 120 yearling Hereford and F1 Braford bulls. Jonny Harris Odum 912-586-6585 16-month-old purebred Black Angus bull, approximately 950 pounds, Predestined bloodlines, $1,500. Terry Mitchell Buckhead 770-789-4934 2- and 3-year-old registered Angus bulls, EXT and Pioneer bloodlines; six bred registered Angus cows. Russ Holbert Adairsville 678-899-5263 20 Pro Char Angus cows; 5 Char, 14 Angus, 1 red cow. Bryant Stivers Blackshear 912-269-5129 2005 registered Belted Galloway bull for sale; $1,200, very gentle, easy to load and handle. Holli Amos Cumming 678-793-7615 2013 September and November registered polled Hereford show heifer prospects; 2013 September and November bull calves. Tim Parks Ellijay 706-6352531 3-year-old registered Santa Gertrudis bull, Wayne Jernigan bloodline, $2,000. John Broadwell Rutledge 678-2966139 Angus bulls for sale; coming, 2 years old; Open heifers for sale, registered and commercial. Trey Davis Doerun 229881-3510 Angus-cross cow-calf pairs, bred cows, bred heifers, two Angus-cross bulls. B Hall Pavo 229-859-2764 Beefmaster; 2-year-old bred heifers, Hereford bull, Beefmaster bull, small birth rates, all shots. Robin Auldridge Blythe 706-825-2544
Black and red Limousin and Lim-Flex bulls and heifers, ready to breed, gentle, all shots, AI-sired, polled. Jimbo Crumley Bostwick 678-409-3572 Black Angus bulls, two, each 14 months, $1,400 each. Kenneth Jones Greenville rockytopfarm76@hotmail. com 706-672-4845 Black Angus bulls. AI performance, sired, 15 to 19 months old, gentle, $2,000 each. Vance Gafnea Whitesburg 678-446-1829 Black Holstein heifers, asking $300, please call for more information. Russell Cantrell Newborn 770-855-3008 Black service bull, approximately 1,200 pounds. Marvin Garner Resaca 706-625-5291 Brangus bulls, 18 months old, semen and brucellosis tested. Tina Sparks Pelham 229-672-1510 Bred Angus heifers, two AIed to Connealy Confidence, two bred to son of Prophet. Ken Whitfield Carnesville 706491-4073 Bulls: Simmental, Simbrah and red Brahman; breeding and weaning 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 Chickamauga farm, registered Black Angus bull, great stock and 13 months, $2,495. Tony Merendino Kennesaw 404-867-0627 Commercial and registered Angus bred heifers; AI-sired and bred registered Angus bulls, 18 months to 5 years. Ken McMichael Monticello 706-4682442 Commercial Angus bulls, low birth weights, very gentle, Predestined bloodlines. John Bryant Eatonton 706-4858321 Dexter bull, miniature, 13 months old, registered, good temperament, stands 38 inches at shoulder, asking $2,000. Cary Dupree Dahlonega 770-654-7159 Five bred Angus cows, five Simmental bulls, cows, calve in fall; will deliver. Kirk Little Lyons 912-326-3512 Five purebred Red Angus bulls, ranging from 8 to 20 months, moderate framed. A. Daniel LaGrange 706-8827423 Five registered Black Angus cows, GAR stock, bred to Momentum bull, fall calf, $2,000 each. Charles Mathis Jefferson 404-317-6173 Four purebred Black Angus bulls for sale; Mitty In Focus bloodline with calving ease. Jake Stewart Alma 912-2186597 912-632-5652 Gelbvieh bull, black, 4.5 years old, good bloodlines, selling to keep from inbreeding, $2,000. Darryl Matthews Watkinsville 706-338-0889 Gelbvieh bulls, registered purebred; heifers, exposed to Free Agent bloodline bull. John Kiss Gainesville 770531-1126 Heifers: SimAngus-BM cross, excellent replacement heifers, black. Tommy Walker Rockmart 770-684-6150 678684-9770 Heifers; fancy black, black baldies and redneck 25; from 7 to 9 months; 475 to 600-plus pounds. Jacob Stephenson Commerce firstname.lastname@example.org 706-207-5320 Herd sell off; 80 heifers, 90 cows; call for details. Myron Colley Metter 706306-3506 Jersey cows and heifers for sale. Voughn Gipson Dahlonega 706-8642000 Limousin bulls, black and reds, purebred, low birth weight, 18 months old. Calvin Minchew Macon 478-781-0604 478-951-1697 Longhorn herd; four cows, two heifer calves, all for $2,500; horns and great markings. Ken Morgan Thomaston email@example.com 770-468-8092 Miniature Jersey bull for sale, 21 months old, $2,000. James Whitaker Warner Robins firstname.lastname@example.org 478-929-2000 Murray Grey bull for sale; Murray Grey and Hereford cows and heifers also available. Kyle Knight Sylvania email@example.com 912-690-5097 One full-blooded polled Hereford bull, 7 months old; May 14, 2014; all shots, wormed, 2013. David Jaillette Covington 770-786-5143
One registered Angus bull, 2 years old, semen tested, call for more information. Allen Ellicott Abbeville 229-401-8590 One registered Angus bull; sementested, call for more information. Allen Ellicot Abbeville 229-648-8590 Polled Hereford bull, 3 years old, proven breeder, $1,800. Bob Yoder Royston 706-201-6960 Polled Hereford bulls, 14 to 17 months old, top bloodlines. James Jeanes Macon 478-972-0912 Purebred Angus bull, gentle, 16 months, high calving ease, low birth weight, semen-tested, $2,750. Rick Wood Clarkesville 706-499-2325 Purebred Brahman bull calf; 8 months old, wanting to trade for black or Hereford-type heifers. Jerrod Webb Pineview firstname.lastname@example.org 863-8324152 Purebred Shorthorn steer for sale, born in January, dewormed, vaccinated and ready to go by June; gentle, $800. Eli Smallwood Monticello 706-318-7040 Registered Angus and Gelbvieh cows, pairs, and/or bred, $1,500 and up. Gene Cantrell Shady Dale email@example.com 770-312-6224 706468-1341 Registered Angus bulls, 3 years old, Predestined bloodline, AAA168518851 other credence, AAA16939325, $2,500 each. Christopher Lowe Stockbridge 404-787-9015 Registered Angus bulls,19 to 21 months old, semen-tested, docile and many AI-sired. John Stuedemann Comer 706-202-2371 Registered Angus bulls; GAR Ingenuity, New Design bloodlines; great EPDs; $2,000 to $2,500; free delivery within 100 miles. Vernon Hagen Douglasville 404-520-4511 Registered Black Angus bulls; New Design and War Alliance bloodlines, $1,500. Eugene Ridley LaFayette 706764-6110 Registered Hereford bull; born September 2011, very gentle, excellent bloodlines; low birth weight, $2,000. Max Hartman Buchanan 770-639-1918 Registered polled Hereford bulls, gentle, rugged pasture-raised, easy calving, good EPDs and bloodlines. Bobby Brantley Tennille 478-553-8598 478552-9328 Registered polled Hereford bulls; service age to 4-year-olds; great EPDs, free hybrid vigor on your black cattle. Brad Mullins Martin 706-491-7556 Registered SimAngus bull for sale; 1 year old, easy calving, $1,850, wormed and shots. Edward Allen Marble Hilll 770-894-1095
PAGE 5 Superior registered Charolais seedstock, strarter herd, service-age bulls, delivery available. Bobby Burch Eastman 478-718-2128 Three-quarters Black Angus heifers, young, will make excellent brood cows. Edna Vaughn Baxley 912-367-2312 Two black Balancer bulls, 2 years old, low birth weight, $1,750 each. Paul Kelly Monticello 706-319-5930 Two Dexter heifers, 8 to 10 months old, $1,600 for the pair. Arthur Goddard Hazlehurst 912-539-0493 Two fed streers, Jersey, 95 days. James Mosley Breman 770-646-3031 Two high-performance, registered,18month-old Black Angus bulls, both sired by 5050 and semen-tested. Jay Tinter Dawsonville 404-316-4969 Two miniature Jersey bulls for sale; asking $1,500; good bloodlines and great temperament; registration submitted. Lance Barrett Suches lrbarrett@ earthlink.net 706-747-2003 Two purebred Holstein bulls, 1 year old, $500 each. John Hembree Nicholson 706-202-5217 Zebu bull, 1 year old; leads and loads, $400. Jeff Gray Hartwell 706-717-1531
Swine If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. Advertisers submitting swine ads must submit proof of a negative brucellosis and pseudorabies test from within the past 30 days. Exceptions are swine from a validated brucellosisfree and qualified pseudorabies-free herd; these operations must submit proof of that certification. If you are faxing or mailing in an ad, the test needs to be sent along with it. For ads submitted online, the test can be attached using the attachments button. Buyers are urged to request proof of a negative brucellosis and pseudorabies test prior to purchase. Exotic Hampshire pigs, born late, March show prospects; registered spot pigs, born April 2, $150 and up. Patrick Pittman Dexter 478-484-2389 Registered large black boar. Ed Shealey Douglasville Bradbentley0@gmail. com 678-249-7319
Goats And Sheep If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. 100 percent Boer yearling bucks. USBGA registered, USA and Australian champion bloodlines; Tarzan T66, Warlord, Tarmac, Hudson’s Shadow. Susan Bragg Conyers 404375-3401
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 2014
GUEST COLUMN: Fire Adapted Communities – a
commonsense approach to reducing risk of wildfire Wildfires are events that we all assume will happen somewhere else and not in our neck of the woods, but the fires that have been burning in California lately can and do happen right here in Georgia. Maybe not as spectacular, but actually more frequently than out there. A wildfire doesn’t have to be a major event like we see on TV to have an impact on our lives, but a RILEY small one that destroys our home, our barn or our equipment shed is just as tragic to our families and community as the ones that destroy whole subdivisions out West. TV coverage about wildfires shows hundreds of homes destroyed in a matter of hours when a wildfire storm rolls through, but what we don’t see are the farms and ranches that the fires also burn and destroy as they make their way across the land. Losses due to wildfire on farms and ranches can be staggering because of the high value of the equipment, livestock, crops, pastures, timber, water systems and infrastructure. If any of these parts of our farms are suddenly taken away by a wildfire, our lives and our children’s futures will never be the same. It’s easy to replace a home with insurance, but most parts of our farms are irreplaceable and a wildfire can quickly destroy the things that we and our ancestors have worked for generations to build. There are ways we can minimize the risk of wildfire by using a few commonsense ideas that are proven to work: • Prescribed burning is one of the most effective tools that we can use to minimize the risk of fire on our land. If the fuel is burned under controlled conditions, then the chance of a destructive wildfire is greatly reduced. • Defensible space is one of the main components of the Firewise Communities program that is used
all across the country to educate the public as to the risks of wildfire. Defensible space is simply a 30-foot space around buildings where combustible material is removed, so if a grass fire approaches your hay barn or equipment shed, the fire can be stopped with a garden hose or will go out on its own. • Ready-Set-Go is an evacuation plan that gives people a plan for what to do when a wildfire approaches. Good planning before a threat of wildfire can prevent tragic results afterward. Prescribed burning, defensible space and ReadySet-Go are only three of the components of a national program called Fire Adapted Communities that is under development in Towns County, along with seven other pilot communities, all of which are west of the Mississippi. The purpose of the program is to educate the public and first responders to the risk of wildfire and develop plans for what to do when one approaches. The end result of the Fire Adapted Communities project is to help make the places where we live and work safer by reducing the risk of a destructive wildfire. A Fire Adapted Community can be a county, a subdivision or a family farm where “the population understands the threat posed by wildfires and takes the personal actions necessary to help minimize the risk.” Frank Riley is the executive director of the Chestatee/ Chattahoochee RC&D Council and a professional forester and farmer. Chestatee/Chattahoochee RC&D develops and administers projects and grants intended to improve the environment and economic development in northeast Georgia’s 13 counties. Riley is a 15-year veteran volunteer firefighter and first responder with Towns County Fire Rescue and is the coordinator of the Town County Fire Safety Education Group that developed the highly successful Towns County Firewise program and Towns County Fire Adapted Communities pilot project.
GUEST COLUMN: Licensing and certification required for pest management professionals The Department is responsible for pest management licensing and the state commercial certification program for pest management professionals. The Department administers the program through the Structural Pest Control Section of the Plant Industry Division. Licensing in the state of Georgia is mandated by the Georgia StrucLASTINGER tural Pest Control Act. Persons required to secure a license in Georgia are those who advertise to provide pest management services, solicit business or receive a fee for performing these services. Anyone who applies a pesticide and receives a fee is required to hold a license. There are three categories of pest control licenses. All individuals must meet required training and qualifications to take the examinations. Once the individual passes the examination, he or she may apply for a license that must be renewed every two years. All company license holders in pest control are required to have liability insurance. A Department-issued credential is required for all persons engaged in the supervision, application or use of any pesticide that is registered by the United States Environmental Protection Agency. Certification categories include household pest control, wood-destroying organisms and fumigation. Anyone desiring a pest control credential must be qualified to take the examination and pass the state examination for the category of certification. Continuing education credits are required to maintain a certification. Georgia consumers are encouraged to confirm proper
licensing when hiring a pest control company by verifying licensing status on the licensing website, asking the pest management technician to show his or her state-issued pest control credential or calling the Department. In response to the Department’s strategic plan and a specific request from the Georgia Structural Pest Control Commission, the Structural Pest Control Section recently launched a new webpage to enhance outreach on unlicensed operators, including a reporting form for consumers and pest control operators. The form captures the minimum information needed for the Department to take action. In addition to the new webpage and reporting form, the Structural Pest section plans to provide outreach to Georgia consumers at summer events such as the Georgia Grown Farmers Showcases. These outreach efforts will focus on the importance of hiring a licensed professional to effectively manage pests and provide consumer information about protecting their home from termites. I announced the enhanced effort at the May 13 commission meeting in Atlanta and noted that the new resources will improve the efficiency of reporting unlicensed operators and the Department’s enforcement response. Derrick Lastinger is the director of the Department’s Structural Pest Control Section. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. For questions about obtaining a pest control license or to verify a license, please call 404-656-3641. To report suspected unlicensed pest control activity, please visit http://agr. georgia.gov/reporting-unlicensed-operators.aspx.
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agriCULTURE Letter from the editor
There exist in this world two creatures that I ponder why Noah let on the ark. The first is spiders – I know they’re good for all kinds of things, but they give me the heebie jeebies – and the second is the sworn enemy of everyone in the South: the mosquito. I’m assuming y’all are familiar with these little buggers. They appear out of nowhere, buzzing lightly in your ear. You have to tune in to hear the whine. You realize what it is and raise your hand to squish it, and at the exact moment your lifted palm is coming down … the mosquito zooms off into the stratosphere and you slap yourself in the face. Meanwhile, as you massage the mark you just inflicted upon yourself, the mosquito makes a stealthy return and starts to, as Dracula says, “suck your blood.” I find mosquitoes to be annoying. But other than that, they actually can transmit some pretty serious diseases, including West Nile virus and Eastern equine encephalitis. Oh, and malaria, but thankfully we don’t have that in the States much. In case you’re not familiar with the aforementioned diseases, here’s a little synopsis courtesy of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: • Eastern equine encephalitis can cause high fever, chills, vomiting and neurological symptoms such as seizures or comas. It’s one of the most severe mosquito-transmitted diseases in the US and leaves survivors with significant brain damage. • Most people who contract West Nile do not display any symptoms, but for those that do, West Nile causes body aches and joint pains. In less than 1 percent of cases, West Nile can lead to encephalitis or meningitis, which are swelling of the brain and surrounding tissues. • Malaria, which was eliminated from the US in the 1950s, causes flu-like symptoms. The cases diagnosed in the US today are almost always travelers returning from overseas, where the disease is more common and has a higher mortality rate. The CDC recommends pretty basic prevention methods from contracting these diseases – i.e., wear mosquito repellant and clothing to keep them from biting you in the first place. The best way to keep mosquitoes from invading your sunny May afternoon is to make sure there’s nowhere in your yard or farm where mosquitoes might be tempted to breed. Take tires, for instance. As the ever-eloquent Arty Schronce puts it, “A scientist or an inventor would have to think hard and spend a lot of money to come up with a better mosquito incubator than a used tire.” Used tires, along with buckets and similar receptacles that can hold stagnant water, are favorite breeding spots for the South’s least-favorite disease vector. And if these receptacles are dark colored, they retain heat, so the breeding environment gets warm earlier and stays warm longer. My parents recently filled in their little pond in the backyard because it was like spring break at Panama City Beach … just for mosquitoes instead of college kids. It’s advisable from a public health standpoint, as well as “for the sake of your sanity and so you don’t spend the next six months smelling like citronella candles,” to do the same with any such items you might find yourself in possession of. But let’s say you’re like me and you like to reuse things and be creative. Or, you’ve got a tire swing your kids are fond of and you don’t want to get rid of it just for a few ‘skeeters. Let us turn to the expert on such matters: Pinterest. Anything that can hold stagnant water can also hold soil and plants. Your rusty old wheelbarrow will make a wonderful planter for pansies, herbs and vegetables. I’m assuming the pond in Mom and Daddy’s backyard is going to be landscaped into some glorious split-level garden teeming with blossoms by the time I come home this weekend (hint, hint!). As for the tire swing, poke a couple of holes in the bottom of it so the water will drain out! Dallas Duncan is the editor of the Market Bulletin. Originally from Evans, Ga., she graduated in May 2011 with a double major in animal science and agricultural communication from the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. She previously worked for The Red & Black, The Times newspaper in Gainesville, Ga., and Georgia Cattlemen’s Association.
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 2014
Foodservice staff, product labels best sources of allergen information By Dallas Duncan Approximately 30,000 Americans visit the emergency room, and more than 150 die, each year due to allergic reactions to food, according to the Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network. And there’s no cure, according to the US Food and Drug Administration website. The best thing consumers can do is avoid products that contain the food allergens they have reactions to. That’s where product labeling comes in, said Patricia Batten, manufactured food program associate for the Department’s Food Safety Division. “You’ve got to list your ingredients and if any ingredient is made up of sub-ingredients, you have to list it,” Batten said. “I always tell folks, lay your ingredients on the table. … If the allergens are spelled out in the ingredient statement, you do not have to put an allergen statement.” Take butter, for example. Butter contains milk, so in the ingredient statement, a manufacturer could say, “butter [cream, milk, natural flavoring]” and eliminate the need to have a separate statement on the label saying the product contains milk, she said. Dairy is one of several food allergens, said Jessica Badour, recall outreach specialist for the Food Safety Division. The others are eggs, shellfish, fish, wheat, peanuts, soybeans, sulfites and tree nuts, including chestnuts, brazil nuts, walnuts, hazelnuts, pecans, cashews and pine nuts. Some food dyes can also cause allergic reactions. Consumers can also be intolerant to foods instead of allergic. Food intolerance refers to an abnormal response to a food or additive, such as digestive problems after eating dairy, according to the FDA. A food allergy, on the other hand, occurs when the body produces a specific immunoglobulin – a protein the immune system uses to identify foreign objects, such as viruses – to a food. Once the food is eaten and binds with this protein, it starts an allergic reaction. If a company does not declare an allergen, the best thing it can do is recall the product, Batten said. “That’s very costly. Years back, Frito-Lay had made some Grandma’s Cookies Chocolate Chip. They forgot to put eggs in the label. They recalled 1.2 million cookies and they just threw them in the landfill,” she said. Badour said recalls can come through in three ways. Companies realize they mislabeled, a consumer calls to complain of a potential mislabeling or inspectors might see possible cross-contamination risks during a facility or process inspection. Some labels will point out that a product is produced in a facility that could cause cross-contamination with allergens, even if a product itself does not contain any. “That statement is really saying that I’m listing all my allergens here, but I may also process something with nuts. There might be traces,” Batten said. When it comes to eating out, restaurant menus do not typically declare allergens. That means it’s up to the foodservice staff to know what goes in the food and be able to relay that to customers at risk for allergic reactions. “Due to the serious nature of food allergies, the current Georgia Food Service Rules and Regulations … requires that the person in charge must demonstrate knowledge of the foods that have been identified as major food allergens and be familiar with the symptoms,” said Chris Rustin, director of the Georgia Department of Public Health Environmental Health Section. Symptoms of a food allergy include allergic reactions, anaphylaxis and even death, he said. It’s also important for foodservice staff to be aware of food allergens, which could be a matter of mortality for some customers. Rustin added that another step foodservice establishments must take is to clean and sanitize equipment, surfaces and utensils that come into contact with raw animal protein allergens, such as shellfish, before being used for other foods to prevent the “inadvertent introduction of an allergen into a product that the allergen was not intended to be added as an ingredient.” “With increased knowledge and understanding … food employees are better suited to inform customers about foods containing a major food allergen to reduce the likelihood of exposure,” Rustin said.
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Butterflyweed – Attractive in more ways than one Butterflyweed (Asclepias tuberosa) is one of our most beautiful and unmistakable native flowers. Commonly found along roadsides, in meadows and hedgerows, its orange flowers can catch your eye even when you are barreling down the interstate. Those flowers also attract the attention of butterflies that land on them to feed on their nectar. Orange is a favorite color of butterflies, and the flat clusters of butterflyweed flowers make perfect landing pads for the insects. Because it is a butterfly magnet, butterflyweed is a perfect choice for a gardener who wants to lure some of these winged beauties. It is ideal for a school garden or nature trail. Students will never forget it if they see it in bloom, and they may get to witness part of the life cycle of one of the world’s most interesting butterflies: the monarch. Monarchs lay their eggs on butterflyweed and other milkweeds and the caterpillars feed on the leaves. If you see the distinctive monarch caterpillars striped with white, black and yellow on your butterflyweed, do not pick them off. They are not going to kill the plant. Let them live and you will soon be rewarded with black and rusty orange monarchs fluttering all over your garden. A plant that thrives unaided on the roadside or in way places is bound to be durable and drought-tolerant, desirable traits in almost any flower. Butterflyweed’s hearty constitution and its beauty are why more nurseries are propagating and selling it along with their other perennial flowers.
Although you may be tempted, there are several good reasons you should not even attempt to dig up butterflyweed from the wild. The plant has a long, tuberous root that, if damaged, greatly decreases the plant’s chances of survival. You would be taking something that doesn’t belong to you off public or private property, and, depending on the traffic and the location, you or your vehicle could be hit by another vehicle. Buying a butterflyweed is easier, safer and better than digging one up from along the road. Leave roadside flowers for everyone to enjoy. Don’t let butterflyweed’s name concern you. Unfortunately, our forebears tacked “weed” onto the name of many native plants. Butterflyweed is an ideal and well-behaved flower that takes readily to cultivation and fits into the most sophisticated garden. The orange of the butterflyweed harmonizes with warm colors and provides a dynamic complement with cool colors. Pair it with daylilies, purple coneflower, gaillardia, clasping heliotrope, coreopsis, bearded iris, Adam’s needle yucca, veronica, amsonia, achillea, spigelia, Jerusalem sage and stokesia. Butterflyweed likes well-drained soil and full to partial sun. It will thrive in large terra cotta containers that are deep enough to accommodate its tuberous root. Due to its large root, once butterflyweed is planted, it likes to be left alone. Arty Schronce is the Department’s resident gardening expert. He is a lifelong gardener and a horticulture graduate of North Carolina State University who encourages everyone to learn more about the wide array of perennials, annuals, vegetables, herbs, trees and shrubs that we can grow by visiting a Georgia nursery or garden center.
No-cook refrigerator pickles Editor’s Note: If the pickling process seems overwhelming, our home economist might have the perfect recipe for you! These pickles don’t require any cooking or canning, and they make four to five half-pint jars – perfect for summer picnics and housewarming gifts. Note that peeling the cucumbers is optional if you use Kirby or pickling varieties. Ingredients: 2 pounds cucumbers, peeled and cut half-inch thick* 2 medium Vidalia Onions, sliced and cut in half to make half-circles
Coarse salt 2 cups sugar 1 cup white vinegar 1 teaspoon celery seed 1/4 red bell pepper, chopped
Instructions: 1. Put cucumbers and onions in a colander and place over a medium bowl. Toss with about one tablespoon of coarse salt. 2. Set aside to drain and wilt about 30 minutes, stirring frequently. 3. In a small non-reactive bowl, combine sugar, vinegar and celery seed. Stir until sugar is dissolved, about 30 to 45 minutes. 4. Divide the cucumber and Vidalia mixture in half-pint canning jars or airtight containers. 5. Distribute bell pepper and vinegar mixture evenly in the jars. 6. Refrigerate at least eight hours before serving. These will keep for two weeks in the refrigerator. All recipes have been tested for accuracy by Georgia Department of Agriculture home economists unless otherwise noted. 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!
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100 percent New Zealand and purebred Kiko bucks, excellent quality bloodlines. Awtrey Moore Powder Springs 770-943-3351 40 Katahdin-white Dorper cross ewe lambs for sale, $225 each. Mike Mulligan Glennville 912-213-1202 912-6541098 ADGA Nubian does, starting at $400, bucklings $350, great bloodlines; CAEfree herd. Lisa Rees Good Hope 770267-8279 ADGA Nubian yearling does, certified and accredited scrapies-free, closed herd. Paul Frantz Abbeville ellenfrantz@ windstream.net 229-423-7350 ADGA purebred Nubians, buck and doe kids, CAE-negative herd; Saada and Goldthwaite lines. Kaley Pilgrim Hiram 404-883-9890 ADGA registered American-Saanen bucklings, superior genetics, show quality, 1 year. S. Stephens Hoschton 706-654-2867 ADGA Saanen dairy goats, does in milk, doelings, bucklings; CAE-free, registered. Darcy Reinagel Thomaston 706-646-3682 ADGA weaned Oberhasli doelings, $350, buckling $300; Sir Echo, Ayrsmoss (Dee Dee Shaw) high milk, disbudded, CAE-free. Charlotte Carroll Statesboro email@example.com 912-481-4510 Adult Boer does, one paint and one solid red; healthy, up-to-date on deworming and shots, $250 each. Matthew Anderson Blairsville 706-8979934 Babydoll lambs, blacks and whites, closed flock, mock registered, flock. Dianne Westbrook Crawford 706-5400633 Boer-cross mature nannies; good to clean land and spring bucklings. Ken Wilson Maysville 706-764-7907 Boer-Nubian mix; two doelings, one billy, 3 months, one adult male (125 to 150 pounds); trade for doe. Cathy Wright Dawsonville firstname.lastname@example.org 706-974-2059 CAGBA registered colored Angora buck; yearling, light tan, great fiber, easy going, $300. Joyce Woodrum Hartwell email@example.com 706-376-1485 Commom goats: nannies, billlys, babies, some mixed with Pygmy, all colors, dewormed. Debbie Phillips Haddock 478-932-5863
Dorper-Katadhin cross lambs; Jan-Mar rams and ewes in great condition; hair sheep, starting at $150. Derryl Thomas Nahunta Libbyjoe62@gmail.com 912288-2310 Dwarf Nigerian blue-eyed buck, very small Nigerian adult doe, both for $140. Donna Milligan Martin 706-356-0275 Fainting goat, full blood, registered buck, 2-year-old black, gentle. James Black Adairsville 770-773-3411 Have spring Alpine baby bucks and does for sale: registerable and non-registered for sale; contact for prices. Chris Minchew Barnesville 478-952-9502 I have five weaned Boer billies for sale; prices start at $100 to $150. Andrew Brooks Watkinsville 706-338-5431 Katahdin lambs: ewes, $150; rams $125. Glenn Knight Rentz 478-9894555 Katahdin-Dorper sheep for sale; ewes and rams. Tony Phillips Monticello 770519-7080 Male Pygmy goat, 12 weeks old, $50. Richard Day Monroe firstname.lastname@example.org 770-267-0004 Market lambs for sale; unblemished, uncut, born February through March 2014, see Bullfrog Hollow Farm on Facebook. Teresa Coggins Ranger 770595-5229 Nigerian Dwarf buckling, about 3 weeks old; registerable, for sale; dam and bottle-raised; very friendly. Velinda Barnes Shady Dale iamvelinda@gmail. com 678-640-0930 Nine young goats, 4 months old, registered ( boar/sire) on property, crossed with Nubian, $125 each, no Sunday calls. David Rylee Monroe 770-267-3051 Nubian, Nubian-Boer cross bucks, does, wethers, $100 and up. Jason Cox Social Circle 404-925-5412 Oberhasli-Alpine-Nubian buckling; born April 10, takes a bottle well, available immediately, great disposition, great with children. Stephanie Skelly Toomsboro stephanie.skelly.ga@gmail. com 478-251-5800 Purebred Nubian buck, 5 months old, gentle, old brown with cream spots. Joann Whitlock Sharpsburg 770-5996811 Purebred Oberhasli buckling; born March 10, 2014; ADGA registered, disbudded, $250, will be weaned by May 10. Rabun Jordan Elberton 706-2837809
2014 SUMMER PICK YOUR OWN LISTING Submissions for the 2014 summer pick your own listing will be published in the June 25 issue of the Farmers and Consumers Market Bulletin. To ensure your farm is published in this edition, we need this completed form in-office no later than close of business day on Monday, June 16. Please note this is an extended deadline from our regular ad categories! County: ______________________________________________________ Farm name:___________________________________________________ Contact person:_______________________________________________ Crops:________________________________________________________ Farm address:_________________________________________________ Contact phone:________________________________________________ Hours of operation:_ ___________________________________________ Any other details:______________________________________________ This form can be returned via email to email@example.com OR by fax to 404-463-4389 OR by mail to: Georgia Department of Agriculture Attn: Market Bulletin 19 MLK Jr. Drive SW Atlanta, GA 30334
Again, the deadline for the June 25 listing is for summer crops only. Forms are due by close of business on Monday, June 16.
Pygmy babies; adorable boys and girls, colors, also fainter boys. Bobby Linch Moreland 678-409-8854 770253-0281 Pygmy goat billies; 1 to 2 years old, $35 each; grey and blacks, adult females, $45. Deborah Cox Jackson 678972-6468 770-228-9973 Pygmy goats; 2 months old, nannies $75; billy $50, very cute. Chuck Borden Griffin 770-630-2035 Saanen buck: full blood, but no papers, proven 3-year-old, $150. Gary Greenlee Alpharetta 678-513-8625 Three billy goats; born Feb. 8, 2014, March 27, 2014, April 3, 2014; one is 1 year old, small, $75; big, $150. E. Sims Carnesville 706-384-5279
Equine For Sale If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. Advertisers in the Equine for Sale or Equine at Stud categories must submit current negative Coggins tests for each equine advertised. This includes horses, ponies, donkeys, etc. Buyers are urged to request verification of a negative Coggins from the advertiser before purchasing any equine. Negative Coggins reports are valid for 12 months from the date the blood sample is drawn. Falsification or altering of any Coggins results can result in fines and suspension of advertising privileges. If you are faxing or mailing in an ad, the Coggins needs to be sent along with it. For ads submitted online, the Coggins can be attached using the attachments button. Generalized ads, such as “many horses,” “variety to choose from,” etc., will not be published. Equine at Stud ads will also require a current stable license in order to be published. 2006 AQHA; 6-year-old true blue roan mare,14.3 hands, trail riddden, most any rider, Hancock bloodlines, $4,500. Monika Parrish Bethlehem 678-469-6285 AQHA yearlings: Highbrow CAT stallion; filly of Smart N Slick mare; colt of Squeek Toy, Wheeling Peppy mare; beautiful, athletic. India White Eatonton 706-485-4229 Beautiful 8-year-old registered Quarter Horse mare; not trained; 15.2 hands, smart and willing; good home a must. Laura Terry Leesburg lterry00@gmail. com 229-894-6227 Beautiful grey mule, 9-year-old gelding; 15.2 hands, $2,500, call or text. Elitta Compton Palmetto jajabossm@ hotmail.com 404-219-3614 Miniature donkey jack, 5 years old, negative Coggins; $300. Phil Bowen Powder Springs 678-773-8736 Miniature donkeys: guard or breeding jack, $200; nice jennies, $300. Bill Wray Perry 478-825-1297 Quarter-Appaloosa mare, 7 years old, beautiful color, consider all offers. Michelle Weeks Colbert petpalswinder@ yahoo.com 770-363-2948 Riding pony, black, 36 inches tall, beautiful, gentle, 3 years old, $450. J Wilkes Athens 706-207-9366 Stunning buckskin Apprendix mare; 16.2 hands, AQHA, 7 years, potenial barrel. pleasure, good dispositon, $3,500 OBO. Elizabeth Studenic Marietta 770-712-7088 Two Quarter, Arab mare 14.3 hands, 10 years, $300; 15 hands, 15 years, trail horse, $700. Theresa Russell Grayson firstname.lastname@example.org 678-878-8570 770682-8670
Equine At Stud If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. AQHA, copper red dun; Azure Te, Te’N’Te, Quick M Silver, Barleo lines; good head, muscles, disposition; lazycfarm.net, fee $500; m/care, negotiable, APHA app. L. Cason McDonough 404226-9228
Equine Miscellaneous If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. 1979 Gore four-horse trailer, very good condition, some minor rust, bumper pull, $1300. Dave Smallwood Griffin 770-228-1406 1995 Trail Magic two-horse slant load, fully enclosed, Gooseneck tack room, sleeping area, $2,700. Roger Edmonds Martin 706-384-4838 2006 Featherlite Gooseneck horse triler, three-horse shank load with dressing, tack room, less than 1,500 miles, $13,500. James L Garner Hoschton 404-597-4235
30-foot, five-horse trailer with tack room and sleeping area. Clifford Jones Waynesboro 706-360-0513 Bagwell wagon, Thorn Hill wagon, undercut with rubber on tires, ttrail Ride wagon, new four-wheel brakes. Jimmie Mathis Gainesville 770-887-5480 Draft horse harness, leather with biothane traces and full collar made for medium-size Percheron, photos available. Pat Cheatham Newnan email@example.com 678-634-2356 770-253-8703 Hot Walker, four-horse, hydraulic drive, excellent working condition. Bill Batts Barnesville 478-394-3478 One-horse wagon, rubber tires, top, tow bar and shafts, great shape, easy to pull. Gordon Boyd Summerville 706857-8740 Pioneer Forecart for draft team, brakes, two metal seats, wood tongue, etc., $700. Hank Bell Madison 706-4740289 Still looking for “Doc,” old swayback barrel horse sold to a girl in Gainesville. Roger Keebaugh Gainesville firstname.lastname@example.org 770-869-7941 Sundowner Valuelite two-horse slant load trailer, dressing room, Gooseneck hitch and tack compartment, $9,500. Herman Kitchens Hephzibah 706-4374062 Three roping saddles: one Dakota, $300; two no brand, $250 each; all excellent condition with pads. Ron Smith Hampton 770-227-0504 Two horse wagon for Halfingers, $1,650 and a Pioneer forecart with shafts, $850. Ronnie Wiley Auburn 770963-0050 Two-horse bumper pull trailer with tack room, 16-foot tandem axle, good condition, white top; $1,950. Gene Austin Newington 912-857-6410 WW two-horse slant with dressing room, excellent condition, bumper-pull. Dennis Jordan Temple 678-977-2063
Boarding Facilities If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. Advertisers must submit a current staple license in order to advertise boarding and breeding facilities. Ads submitted without this information will not be published. For questions regarding licenses and applications, call 404-656-3713. Full service equestrian facility: 40 stalls, wash stalls, arenas, trails, jumps, private or group lessons, training, full or pasture board, layovers. Ashley Stiles Griffin email@example.com 678-634-6710 678-634-6710
Poultry/Fowl For Sale If you have any questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. Mallard ducks must be at least three generations removed from the wild before they can be advertised. Advertisers must include this information in ads, or they will not be published. 10 guineas, hatched summer 2013, $10 each. D. Jones Flowery Branch 770-967-6948 14 Dominique hens, 9 months old, laying; if all taken, $15 each; $20 each if lesser amount taken. Barbara Mathis Rockmart 404-316-7853 15 varieties of peafowl, javas, whites, spaldings and more,1 year and up, male and female. Ray Watts Macon firstname.lastname@example.org 478-361-3468 2-week-old guineas, $2.50 each, no shipping. Mack Chambers Vidalia 912223-6743 2014 Rhode Island Red chicks for sale, $3 and up; Bartow County. Justin Romine Kingston 678-234-0112 60-plus chicks hatched April 25, 2014; mixed chicks, $3 each; chocolate Marans, $4 each; additional $1 added per wk. Pat Duggar Eatonton 478-3450638 75 Barred Rock hens; 18 months old, still laying, $11 each. Matt DeMatteo Wadley 706-410-4570 75 Rhode Island Red chicks, 10 Barred Rock chicks; up to 20, $3 each; 20 to 100, $2 each; 100-plus, $1.50 each. Travis Ellington Senoia 678-787-9341 Adult laying; 14 Australorps and seven Deleware hens, $10 each or $8 for five or more. Stan Ragsdale Ludowici 912237-3433 All-natural day-old brown egg breeds, professionally sexed, ship year-round, NPIP certified. Bob Berry Ray City email@example.com 229-455-6437
WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 2014 Ameraucana chicks, AmeraucanaBarred Rock cross chicks, $2.50; New Hampshire Red pullets, $5. Josh Rutland Tifton 229-848-5837 Baby chicks: Americanas, R.J. Reds, silver Wyandottes, buff Brahmas, Red Stars, Black Giants, $1 each. Gary Ridley LaFayette 706-638-1911 Baby chicks; American Dominique, Buff Orpington, Rhode Island Red; pure breeds; various ages, reasonable prices, call for availability. Monte Poitevint Lakeland 229-482-3854 Baby silkies starting at 2 weeks old. Vernon West Newnan 770-304-1637 Bantams: 14 Ameraucanas, seven Araucanas, hatched April 8, 2014, $3 each; Old Engllish trios, several colors, $5 to $7 each. Kim Hogan Cleveland firstname.lastname@example.org 706-8091215 Barred Rocks, Buff Orpingtons, 1 year old, brown egg layers. Kyle Smith Madison 678-898-5266 Bronze and Royal Palm turkeys, hens and gobblers; turkey poults, roosters and hens. John Johnson Sr Milledgeville 478-363-9279 478-452-7015 Chicks for sale; hatched April 15, 2014; Buff Orpingtons, Rhode Island Reds and mixed breeds; call for prices. Jack Davis Milan 229-362-4092 Chicks: black copper Marans, Ameraucana, silver laced Wyandottes, blue copper Marans, 2 to 6 weeks old. Frank Grove Macon email@example.com 478719-5180 Chicks: Rhode Island Red, Welsummer, Dominecker, B.B.Reds, Barred Old English; baby ducks: Pekin, Khaki Campbell, Rouen. Dwayne Beard Royston 706-498-5527 Dark Cornish chickens for sale; biddies 2 each, hens 10, roosters 25. Alana Hayes Douglasville 404-567-1192 Four Bantam roosters, $2 each; one Rhode Island Red rooster, $10. James Lawrence Alto 706-778-3447 Game fowl; two Asil stags, $100 each. Curtis Warnock Vidalia 912-537-2061 877-551-8850 Game roosters, Bennett; pure green leg, $100 each, black Japanese Shamos pairs, $125. Terry Elmore Macon 478737-7507 Golden Laced Cochin rooster and hen with chick, Bantam, $25. Thomas Bentley Monroe 770-266-6942 Golden laced Wyandotte roosters, not for fighting or eating; hatched by me, $5; will deliver locally. Mary Barrett Waleska 404-457-6671 Half-grown silver Wyandotte and Araucana pullets, $8 each; buy one or all. Pete Conner Folkston 912-286-7081 Hatching eggs: Welsummers, Delawares, lavender Ameraucanas, lavender Orpingtons, silkies (many colors), French black copper, blue copper, splash Marans. Jacque Garry Bowdon 404-409-2352 Khaki Campbell ducks, born April 2014, $10 each, no calls after 9 p.m. Pat Hanks Dawsonville 706-531-4351 Large mixed Rose Comb roosters, 6 months old, $10 each, four available. William Blackstone Mitchell 706-5648993 Lavender Orpington and French black copper Marans chicks. Robert Qualls Mineral Bluff firstname.lastname@example.org 706-374-0996 Many Bantam varieties: silver, gold Seabright, silver Duckwing, BB Red, speckled Old English, white Japanese bantam, $10 and up. Blake Johnson Millen 706-214-3710 Mute Swans, two, pinioned. must sell both, $450 for two gentle swans. Caroline Christie Dawsonville 770-4903833 New Hampshire baby chicks and Maran baby chicks for sale, some adults available. Ernie Gilmer Gay 706-5386022 Peacock pair; India Blue, 1.5 years old, $175. Diane Hall Macon 478-8089128 Peafowl: green, $50, $100; blue male, $150, silver duckwing, white Sikiee, yellow gold, $10, peach doves, $5. Virgil M Burdette 3420 Wilson Rd College Park 30349 404-276-5611 Rhode Island Red chickens; chicks $1.50 each; fresh brown eggs; $2 per dozen; hatching eggs; $5 per dozen. Scott Clark Nashville 229-686-2778 Rhode Island Red pullets, also New Hampshire Red pullets. Brian Sturdy Dahlonega 706-865-9201
WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 2014 Rhode Island Reds, Araucanas, $13; beautiful, healthy, vaccinated, McMurry Hatchery Stock, hatched Feb. 22. Tim Taylor Dallas 770-445-6695 Salmon Faverolle roosters, threatened breed; show and fam, hatched in March 2014, $10 each. Tim Brooks Jasper email@example.com 404-579-9580 Show quality top line chickens, chicks; four buckeye hens, laying, $40 each; taking orders for Blue Orpington chicks, $20 each. Donald Allen Snellville 404578-7758 Two tom turkeys, peafowl and limited number of chickens for sale. Sara Robbins Blairsville 706-745-2328 White ducks, white geese, adults; raised on farm predator, smart, perfect feathers. Betty Franks Ashburn 229776-9009 229-326-3942 White Leghorn roosters; six at $15 each, 1-year-olds. Nic Sparacia Lawrenceville firstname.lastname@example.org 678896-0103 White racing Homers, wheaten Marans and Columbian Wyandotte. Mike Brown LaGrange 706-884-8217 Young bantams; Cochins, Polish, Silkies; young Pekin ducks; Senoia, Ga. William Brown Sharpsburg 770-8804786
Poultry/Fowl Requiring Permit/License If you have questions regarding this category, call 404-656-3722. Advertisers selling wood ducks must submit a USDA permit with their ad. Ads for wood ducks that do not have this permit will not be published. For information on these permits, call the US Fish & Wildlife Service Atlanta office at 404-679-7319. Advertisers selling quail must be accompanied by a copy of the commercial quail breeder’s license. Ads for quail that do not have this license will not be published. For information on these licenses, call the Georgia Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Resources Division at 770-918-6401. If you are faxing or mailing in an ad, the permit/license needs to be sent along with it. For ads submitted online, the permit/license can be attached using the attachments button. Bobwhite quail, flight conditioned, now available for the 2013 season, call for pricing. Rembert Hancock Fairmount 404-376-0550 706-337-5711 Bobwhite, Coturnix quail eggs, $70 for 100, $140 for 500, $270 for 1,000. Willie Strickland Pooler stricklandgamebird. com 912-748-5769 Jumbo Wisconsin Bobwhite quail eggs; $58 for 100; $220 for 600; $330 for 1,000, year-round. Raymond Meadows Wadley mead5345@wadleyquailfarm. com 478-252-5345
Poultry/Fowl Wanted Female Red Golden Pheasants (aka Chinese or Golden pheasants); female peacock and female Silkie chickens; Macon area. Leila Stone Macon 478994-3574 Fertilized eggs or at least 8-week-old Anconas chickens. R W Sapp Adrian 478-668-4348 Looking for BB Red Phoenix LF, needs to be close to Dalton, Ga. Jimmy Ray Dalton 706-483-0053 Looking for white and black Old English Bantams, also looking for very, very small types of Bantams. Lee Adams Macon 478-228-1782 Pure or hatch cross grey game pullet or hen. Darren Wilkes Demorest 706768-2683
ALTERNATIVE LIVESTOCK If you have questions regarding this category, call 404-656-3722. 3-year-old male Suri llama for sale; has been shown in halter, $1,000. Louise Meadows Evans calraechins@yahoo. com 706-726-3195 Male alpaca for sale; brown and white paint, can text pictures if interested; running with other livestock, $150. Thomas Ross Dahlonega 706-867-5911 Two llamas, male (beige) and female (chocolate); female could be pregnant, $300 each or $500 both; friendly. Mindy Louden Dawsonville 404-372-4624
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Alternative Livestock Requiring New Zealand bunnies, born March 19, 4x5 rolls bermuda mix. $400 per load Coastal, alicia, russell, Tift 85 and 2014, $20; Californian bunnies, born delivered (15 rolls); horse quality, avail- bermuda sprigs; also, custom planting. Permit/License May 1, 2014, $20. Sabrina Ashley Mur- able round bales. David Rackley Lex- Mack McGee Glenwood 912-568-7379 If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. Advertisers selling fallow deer, axis deer, sika deer, elk, red deer, reindeer and caribou must submit a current deer farming license with their ads. Ads submitted without this license will not be published. If you are faxing or mailing in an ad, the license needs to be sent along with it. For ads submitted online, the license can be attached using the attachments button. For information about the deer farming license, contact the Georgia Department of Agriculture at 404-656-3667. For information on other hoofed stock, excluding llamas and buffalo, contact the Georgia Department of Natural Resources at 770-761-3044.
LIVESTOCK WANTED If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. California buck rabbit; good breeding stock. Jon Richardson Smithville 229395-0752 Ffull blood Boer billy, approximately 1 to 1.5 years old, within 100 miles. Roger Ray Denton 912-375-7207 Highlander heifers, ideally a calf to bottle feed, but will look at other options; also any Belted-Highlander cross. Hope Bennett Cleveland 706-348-7279 Nubian goats and Berkshire hogs, will pick up, will pay cash. Wayne Green Bremen 770-841-6815
LIVESTOCK HANDLING If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. 16-foot cattle trailer with new tires, $650 OBO. Richard Beckham Molena email@example.com 770-884-5378 16-foot Gooseneck cattle trailer; good floor and tires, ready to use, $1,450 OBO. Casey Knight Eatonton 706-8161027 16-foot Ponderosa Gooseneck horse, stock trailer; cut gate and escape door, pulls great, excellent condition, $3,200. Robert Harris Patterson 912-670-1133 2004 Sundowner, 4 horse weekend package; AIC awning, shower and sink, $12,500 Andy McClure Blairsville 706781-4808 2007 Titan livestock, horse trailer; 24 feet, tack, dressing room, escape door, separation gate, wood floor, great condition, $7,500. Beth Rehberg Adel beth. firstname.lastname@example.org 229-507-8816 22-foot Bee Gooseneck stock trailer, center cut gate and two escape doors, treated floor, good tires, $2,500 OBO. Hunter Grayson Watkinsville 706-2061824 6x12-foot heavy 120-pound livestock corral panels or livestock chute gate systems, $1,000 and up; delivery free. Anthony Carpenter Buckhead 706-3181979 Goat trailer, 5x8 with metal sides, wire top, very good condition; new tires, $550. Vicky Logan Plains 229-938-0094 Metal cattle body, fits eight-foot bed, $100. Mel Davidson Gray 478-954-0187 Paul Scale: livestock scales, portable and weighs up to 2,000 pounds, new weight and works well. Jason Cope Glennville 912-654-0019 Slide in stock rack, fits eight-foot bed, sliding rear door, $450. Alvah Adams Byron 478-956-5843 478-714-0248 Superior 18-foot dovetail, bumper pull, dual axle trailer, $1,500. Chris Saye Watkinsville 706-540-8447 Two cattle head gates, both excellent condition. William McWhirter Royston 706-245-6896 Two Gooseneck stock trailers: 16-foot aluminum, escape and cut gate, 7,000 axles, $6,000; 24-foot, two cut gates, 6,000 axles, $4500. Mark Woodham Madison 706-752-0077
RABBITS If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. Bunnies: Netherland Dwarves, mini Rex, Lionheads (blue-eyed whites, rubyeyed whites); beautiful and healthy. Joe Cronan McDonough 770-957-4761 Dutch rabbits, 6 weeks and up; black and white, blue and white. Amanda Childers Fairmount 770-894-2509
rayville email@example.com 706482-8345 Rabbits for sale, $8 to $12 each. W. W. Abney Franklin 770-253-0263 San Juan rabbits, $12. Janice Eskew Newnan 770-827-6860 Silver Fox rabbits; beautiful and healthy blacks; mature, good fur, good heritage, $17. Mallory Whiddon Leesburg 229-886-0763
FEED, HAY AND GRAIN If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. All feed, hay and grain ads must include the variety offered for sale. Ads for mulch hay will not be accepted in this category; they will be published in the Fertilizers & Mulches category. $3 square hay, rye, barn-kept; possibly deliver 50-plus bales if close to Rock Spring at $3.50. Debi Hicks Rock Spring firstname.lastname@example.org 706-9524061 678-231-8714 ‘14 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 ‘14 rye, clover mix; well-fertilized. limed; square bales, $5 field, $5.50 barn; net-wrapped 4x6 round bales, $47 field; $52 barn. Dave Garwood Sandy Springs 770-354-2085 10 acres; fescue, free. JW Landress Lawrenceville 770-380-2516 100 rolls, 2013 hay, net-wrapped; 1,000-pounds unfertilized, some weeds, $20 per roll. Thomas Findley Box Springs 706-575-3889 2013 alicia hay, 4x5 net-wrapped, horse and cow quality, well-fertilized, weed-free, delivery available. Paul Harris Patterson 912-670-0222 2013 bermuda hay,Tift 44, $4 per bale for sale, well-fertilized, clean, keep in barn, horse quality. Helmut Cawthon Rome 706-346-9064 2013 bermuda; horse quality, square bales, $6, fertilized, rain-free, in barn; 4x5 round bales, $55 for bermuda. Guy Seals Hiram 770-942-3759 2013 coastal bermuda horse and cow hay, 4x5 round, square, and mulch hay. Larry Morgan Lizella 478-972-5977 478-781-1990 2013 fescue hay, 5x5 rolls, no rain, under shelter, $30. Dennis Mcnabb Nicholson 706-757-3327 2013 fescue mixed, rain-free, easy access, large bales, $2.50 each; cleaning barn for 2014 crop. Steve Connell Ranger 706-334-4023 2013 fescue, bermuda mix hay; 4x5 round, $40; square bales, $4.50; mulch hay, square bales, $2.75, round, $25. Ricky Anderson Taylorsville 404-402-8470 2013 fescue, bermuda, no rain; space for 2014 cut, $10 bale; 4x5. Ken Stevens Buckhead 404-625-9419 2013 fescue, mixed hay, 4x5 rolls or square bales, barn-stored, delivery avail. Jimmy Payne Rockmart 404-557-8448 2013 fescue, orchard; excellent quality, dry in barn, $3.50 per bale. Chris Donath Ellijay 706-636-5224 2013 kept in barn, mixed bermuda grasses, good cow hay, $35 roll, also, $15 roll mulch hay. Keith Bentley Monticello 770-653-9840 2013 russell bermuda hay, square bales, weed free, $4 cash per bale. Patricia Tate Reynolds 478-391-9900 2013 square bales; bahia, bermuda and other mixed grasses; barn-stored, $4 per bale or 30 for $110. Wilson Phelps Greensboro 706-347-0492 2013; fescue, bermuda mix; 4x5 rolls, fertilized, in barn, net-wrapped. Glen Whitley Bethlehem 770-867-2718 770307-7098 2014 fescue and fescue, coastal mix, square and round bales; taking orders to pick up behind baler. Jane Askew Rutledge McDonough 678-372-6443 2014 oat hay; high-quality, just baled, 4x5 bales, $40 picked up; delivery available. Dan Crispell Reidsville email@example.com 912-313-1423 2014 rye, clover mix; large, tight square bales, well-fetilized. limed, $5, field pick up; store, deliver for fee. Tony Smith Monticello 706-476-2051 300, 5x4 rolls, coastal bermuda and bahia hay for sale, $20 per roll. Walter Dominy McIntyre 478-946-2621
ington 706-410-5784 478-230-0060 Alfalfa hay, 1st. cutting leafy, very good quality, $10 per bale. John Faulk Jeffersonville 478-945-3415 Bermuda mix round bales, $20 each, located in Moreland, Ga. Richard Smith Gay 404-473-7281 Coastal mix, fall 2013, rain-free, horse quality, 10-bale minimum, $3 per bale, stored in barn. W. Abrams Milner 770228-3865 Coastal, bahia mix; 800to 1,000-pound bales, baled with Claas baler, $60 inside, $35 to $45 outside; $25 mulch. Coy Baker Loganville 770466-4609 Cow hay; bermuda, fescue mix; $20 per bale; delivery available. Otha Knight Social Circle 770-403-9422 Cow, goat and mulch hay; square bales only. Jimmy Waldrep Forsyth 478-994-0701 Fescue, bermuda; 5x5 round bales, $45, covered. David Smith McDonough 770-853-9433 770-954-1253 Fescue, horse quality, $3; rye grass, horse quality, $3. Kermit Simmons Jefferson 770-867-7550 Fescue; large 4x5 rolls, in barn, no rain, $25. O. E. Deaver Blairsville 706-6338700 Hay in barn, rain-free, square and round bales, sprayed and fertilized; coastal, fescue mix. Gary Bagley Buford 770-231-2148 770-231-5636 Round bales, 4x4, orchard, fescue grass, rain-free, $18 per roll; delivery available. Ron Smith La Fayette firstname.lastname@example.org 706-537-8841 Ryegrass; square bales, spring 2013, $4 per bale. Steve Arnold Nicholson 706-207-4356 Shelled yellow feed corn, sold by the barrel or bucket. Robert Montgomery Reynolds 478-837-2356 Taking orders for well fertilized Coastal Bermuda hay; horse quality, $5.25 per square bale, behind baler. Gerald Shelnutt 1030 Youth Jersey Rd. Loganville 30052 770-466-8917 Tift 44 bermuda square bales, horse hay, barn or behind baler, starts about mid June, near Concord. Russell Blankenship Fayetteville 770-461-9734 Top quality 2013 tested alicia hay; round or square, sheltered. delivery available, free storage through March 2014. Heath Pittman Vidalia 912-2932535 912-537-9721 You bale it; you can have it; five acres of mixed fescue grass. Curtis Elliott Dahlonega 770-532-6390 770-231-1677
AG SEED FOR SALE If you have questions regarding this category, call 404-656-3722. Advertisers must submit a current state laboratory report, fewer than nine months old, for purity, noxious weeds and germination for each seed lot advertised. Ads submitted without this information will not be published. If you are faxing or mailing in an ad, this report needs to be sent along with it. For ads submitted online, the report can be attached using the attachments button. Seed lots must be uniform and cannot exceed 400 50-pound bags. Certain varieties of seed are protected from propagation unless they are grown as a class of certified seed. These include Florida 304, Coker 9152, Coker 9835, 6738 soybean, Haskell, Bennings and others. For questions regarding certified seed, call the Department’s Seed Division at 404-656-3635. Browntop millet; 50-pound bags, cleaned and bagged, 91 percent germination, no weed seed. Wayne Syms Waynesboro 706-526-7154 Hastings open pollinated white field corn, $6 per pound plus shipping. Charles Avery Franklin 770-854-4344 Tifton 9 bahiagrass seed; GCIA certified; 40-pound bags. James Gaston Americus email@example.com 229-924-7460
Ag Plants for Sale 2-year-old thornless blackberry plants for sale; bare root, will help dig, $5 each. Wesley Folsom Conyers firstname.lastname@example.org 770-560-8467 Bermuda sprigs: alicia, coastal, russell and Tift 85; also custom planting. Ronnie Hart Guyton 912-665-2261
229-868-0262 Heirloom blue goose peas, $5 per pound, plus shipping. Theron Ayers Baldwin 706-778-5479 706-968-1750 Heirloom tomatoes and bell peppers in bloom; some with fruit, $3 each or three gallons for $15. Henry Cobb Woodstock 678-445-9798 Okra, white half runner seed for sale; one teaspoon, $1 plus SASE. Wendy Perry 154 Baxter Road Commerce 30529 Pecan trees: grafted, bareroot; taking orders for January 2015 pick up; Pawnee, Oconee, Sumner; call to order. Andy Smith Hawkinsville 478-2258433 Pindo palms from 1-gallon to 3-gallon pots. Vicky Washburn Forsyth email@example.com 478-394-0029 Privacy trees: Leyland cypress, Thuja Green Giants, several sizes, delivery and planting available, all of Georgia. John Cowherd Monticello 770-862-7442 Sweet potato plants available, end of April through July 2014. Randy Scarbor Tifton 229-528-4204 Sweet potato plants fo sale; various varieties; no mail orders. Garry Newman Denton 912-375-1568 912-375-3795 Thornless blackberry plants, $3.50 each, in pots. Pat Allen Talking Rock 706-635-5823 Tift 85 and russell bermuda sprigs for sale; custom planting also available. Alton White Dry Branch 478-214-1197 White peach seedlings, two feet, pick up, $1 each; can mail, postage extra, $4 up to 12 trees. Margaret Hottle Union City 404-344-0568
Ag Seed/Plants Wanted Egyptian Walking Onion bulbs. Clauden Jones Whigham 229-246-3890 Malabar spinach (red climbing) plants and/or seeds. Larry Webb Adairsville 404-372-1927 Multiplying Onions (nest) or bulbs. James W Darby Monroe 770-207-7803 Persimmon trees, dwarf apple and pear trees, near Coweta or Fayette County. Brian Moffett Senoia 678-3297677
FLOWERS FOR SALE If you have questions about this category, call 404-656-3722. A-1 wildflower seeds, attracts butterflies and birds, $3; two gigantic packs, SASE. Sam Marler 339 Walden Shore Drive Brunswick 31525 912-275-9710 Angel trumpets, banana trees, Confederate roses, black magic elephant ears, ginger lillies, lotus, pond plants and more. Patrice Cook Covington 770787-6141 Angel trumpets, Christmas roses (Helleborus), $5; hydrangeas, nandinas, ferns, forsythia, beauty berries, Siberian iris, $3, weeping cherries. Carla Houghton Marietta 770-428-2227 Angel trumpets, stephanatis, hyacinth bean, Queen Qnne, verbena, rose campion, $2 per tablespoon, SASE. F. Brooks 674 New Rosedale Rd. Armuchee 30105 Azaleas native; three-gallon pots, $15; some eight feet tall. Wesley Smith Athens 706-247-5254 Azaleas, Japanese maples, hosta, hydrangeas, gardenia, roses. Linda Waits Fairburn 770-964-6414 Azaleas, large growing azaleas in onegallon pots, all colors, $1.95 each. Jack Maffett, Sr. Montezuma 478-954-2111 478-472-7133 Black bamboo, golden bamboo, beauty berry, cannas, tomatoes, peppers, others. David Pelton Covington 678654-0571 Boxwoods: American, Old English, Korean (Harlandi); daylilies: stella, happy returns and others, please leave messge. Faye Chambers Yatesville 706-472-3371 Burning bush plants for sale, $5 each, cannot ship. David Turpin Demorest 706-776-7798 Callaloo (Caribbean spinach) seeds: large leaf callaloo; no bitterness; will reseed; SASE, $1. William Hayes 294 Old Speer Rd. Stockbridge 30281 770474-3082 Castor bean or luffa gourd seed for sale, $6 for 30; shipping and handling included. Ron Newbold 90 Todd Rd Senoia 30276
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May 28 Georgia Heifer Evaluation and Reproductive Development (HERD) Sale Northwest Georgia Research and Education Center Livestock Pavilion Calhoun, Ga. 706-624-1398
Putnam County Dairy Festival and Antique Tractor Show Putnam County Courthouse Eatonton, Ga. 706-473-0763
June 7 – 8 GHF/Massey Ferguson Annual Dressage Show Georgia International Horse Park Pollinator-Attracting Container Garden Conyers, Ga. Workshop UGA Research and Education Garden 404-289-9328 Griffin, Ga. Elite Show Jumping 770-228-7214 Georgia International Horse Park Conyers, Ga. Egg Candling Class 678-858-7192 Adairsville High School June 8 Adairsville, Ga. NWGHA State Qualifying 770-535-5595 Running Show Bartow County Saddle Club Arena May 29 Cartersville, Ga. Small, Beginning and Limited Re www.nwgha.org source Farmers Workshop Central Square Complex June 8 – 12 Douglas, Ga. Natural Resources Conservation 404-232-3675 Workshop Abraham Baldwin Agricultural Corn Silage and Forage Field Day College UF Plant Science Unit Tifton, Ga. Citra, Fla. 229-995-6001 Animal.ifas.ufl.edu June 11 – 14 May 31 4-H State Horse Show 4-H Target Challenge Weekend, Trap Georgia National Fairgrounds and Skeet Perry, Ga. Forest City GC June 11 – 15 GQHA Novice Show Series Atlanta Summer Classic I Georgia International Horse Park Georgia International Horse Park Conyers, Ga. Conyers, Ga. 678-478-7071 843-768-5503 Georgia Grown Farmers Showcase Macon State Farmers Market Macon, Ga. 404-656-3680
June 12 4-H Clovers & Company Tryouts Fortson 4-H Center
June 14 Georgia Grown Farmers Showcase June 1 Savannah State Farmers Market Deadline to apply for UGA CAES Savannah, Ga. transfer scholarships www.caes.uga.edu/alumni/caa/schol- 404-656-3680 arships.html June 16 – 22 FFA Washington Leadership June 2 – 3 Conference Georgia Integrated Cultivar Release System Turfgrass Forum June 17 http://gsdc.com/contact-us/ 4-H Clovers & Company Tryouts June 7 NWGHA State Qualifying Pleasure Show Bartow County Saddle Club Arena Cartersville, Ga. www.nwgha.org Get the Buzz Honeybee Day at Cherokee Fresh Market Cagle Family Farm Hickory Flat, Ga. 770-479-1871
Rock Eagle 4-H Center Eatonton, Ga.
June 18 – 22 Atlanta Summer Classic II Georgia International Horse Park Conyers, Ga. 843-768-5503 June 20 – 22 State 4-H Council Rock Eagle 4-H Center Eatonton, Ga.
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Castor mole bean seed; 30 for $5, free shipping. Kathleen Biddy 395 Duckett LN Ball Ground 30107 770-735-3548 Daffodils: White Mount Hood, old time yellow, old time double blooms, white narcissis, mole bean seed, etc. E. Beach Duluth 770-476-1163 Daylilies, stella d’oro, ever-blooming dwarf, 20 fans (plants) for $26.50, priority shipping included. M.M. Haynes 275 Pine Crest Drive Canton 30114 770479-5224 Daylilies: hundreds named hybrids, see some of our pictures ship or call for appointment. Mary Denney Newnan Ferncove98@aol.com 770-502-9320 Daylilies: mix colors Stella De Oros, $20 for 20 plants, $5.50 shipping. Bobbie J Roop Austell 770-948-8740 Daylilies: reduced price for entire stock or $5 per clump; many eyes, edges, colors, hybridizer’s field. Brenda Brannock Hiawassee 706-896-2700
Egyptian onion, taway daylilies, ginger lilies, spider lilies, blue salvia, lambs ears, autumn sedum and more. Ann Ezell Mansfield 770-786-1406 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 Four-o-clock, cleome, touch-me-not, Mexican sunflower, tiger lily, money plant, marigold, $1 each, SASE. B. Savage 3017 Atkins Dr. Gainesville 30507 Free iris; already dug, mixed colors. Pat Crowley Stone Mountain 770-4656641 Hellebores (Lenten Roses); bloom in late winter; $10 for 5-plus year old plants; arge display garden. Mary Wenger Gainesville 770-287-0734 Hen ‘n’ chickens (succulents) with babies, $3 each; three sizes, $1 postage per plant, never freeze outdoors. Irby O Prickett Chatsworth 706-264-5021
Hibiscus, leyland cypress, hosta, knockout rose, crape myrtle, daylilies; lots more, $2 and up. Carol Bland Fayetteville 770-964-3162 Hostas: minis to extra large, 200 varieties, open Friday through Sunday or by appointment; two miles beyond Zion Hill Church. Dee Little Ellijay 706-635-4891 Hybridizer of exotic daylilies, perennials, wildflowers, tropical, 14 acres, worth the trip, Jungle Paradise. Suzanne Franklin Dawsonville jungleparadise@ windstream.net 678-410-6830 Hygrandeas, Dutch irises, sweet scrubs, hosta, red spider lilies, snow ball bushes, daylilies, weeping yaupon. Mary K Whitlock East Point 404-7672748 Japanese Maples: one-gallon to 30-gallon; many varieties, weeping red and green leaf, fern leaf; delivery, installation available. James Veccie Fayetteville/Peachtree City 770-652-6127 Mature Lenten rose plants (Hellebores) $5; pachysandra ground cover, 50 plants for $10. Carol Olson Marietta email@example.com 770-9981076 Petunia and impatien and some hanging baskets; we have some Boston fern for sale. Charles Samples Cumming 770-887-2722 678-234-5501 Pond plants, elephat ears, rare plants, peacock ferns, pedicoat ferns, palm trees; leave message. Pam Hornsby Thomaston 706-975-1138 Reseeding petunias mixed; Angel Trumpet, double purple or double yellow, $1/pkt, w/SASE. Carolyn Arnold Jefferson 706-637-4700 Reseeding petunias mixed; angel trumpets, double purple or double yellow, $1 per packet with SASE. Carolyn Arnold 644 Lynn Ave. Jefferson 30549 Seeds: Altheas (Rose of Sharon), Jerusalem cherry, yucca, hibiscus, four-oclocks, orange cosmos; cash only, $1 per teaspoon, SASE. Gail Wilson 1020 B. Wilson Rd. Commerce 30529 Seeds: mullein pink, touch-me-nots, money plant, morning glory, hibiscus, devil’s trumpet, 4 o’clocks, Siberian iris, $1 teaspoon, SASE, cash. G. Robertson 2966 Cardinal Lake Cir. Duluth 30096 Seeds: mullein pink, touch-me-nots, money plant, morning glory, hibiscus, devil’s trumpet, Siberian iris, $1 teaspoon, SASE, cash. G. Robertson 2966 Cardinal Lake Cir. Duluth 30096 Seeds: SASE, $1 each cleome, moonflower, hyacinth bean, love in a puff, mixed zinnias. Margaret Anderson 642 Coach Bobby Dodd Road Dallas 30132 770-443-7675 Spider lily bulbs, red, $12 per dozen plus $3.50 shipping. Glenda Crosby P.O. Box 1226 Baxley 31515 White Cherokee roses, $5 each; red and white stripe amaryllis, $5 per dozen. June Hurst 536 Green Rd. Whigham 39897 229-762-4476
FLOWERS REQUIRING PERMITS If you have questions regarding this category, call 404-656-3722. Advertisers selling officially protected plants must have a permit to sell such plants. Ads submitted without this permit will not be published. If you are faxing or mailing in an ad, the permit needs to be sent along with it. For ads submitted online, the permit can be attached using the attachments button. For information on the sale or shipment of protected plants, call the Protected Plant Program at 770-918-6411.
Flowers Wanted Blue-eyed Mary seeds. Mary DeFore Dalton 706-217-2241 Holly hock seeds wanted. Thurmon Turk Dacula 770-945-8172 678-9360688 Hydrangeas in serveral different colors, also butterfly bushes. Clara Lamb Louisville 478-494-5650 Need seeds of old fashioned hollyhocks. Myrtle Russell 452 Old Hawkinsville Rd Bonaire 31005 478923-1951 Want, Old time giant red cox comb seed, grows three to four feet tall; have the red velvety heads. Wade Ethridge Doerun firstname.lastname@example.org 229288-9823
MISCELLANEOUS If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. Cane poles; 35 feet tall, some two to three inches thick, one-half acre. Steven Mcabee Ellijay 706-276-1444 Free multi hard wood trees; also leave bush, some near house; located near Madison in Buckhead. Weldon Bailey Buckhead 706-342-3696 Mayonnaise maker, very good conditon, $30. Jean Loomis Cumming 770778-2790 Old hand-hewn log house; excellent condition, delivery and set up available anywhere. Kerry Hix Chatsworth 706695-6431 Two solid double-pane windows, 61.5 x64, excellent for cabin or home wood frame. Richard Morgan Buena Vista 229-649-8118 Wild hog traps, 4x4x8, continuous catch, spring-loaded door, removable top, large and small hogs. J. D Conger Norman Park 229-769-3253 229-3390104 Wild hog traps, chipmonk traps, log rabbit boxes, turtle baskets,. Raymond Long Loganville 770-466-2435
Bees, Honey & Supplies 10- and five-frame bee hives, starting kit and some parts, call for more info. Eliseo Delia Mineral Bluff 706-4925119 A north Georgia beekeeper will remove swarming bees free; feral colonies in structures for a fair fee or trade. Jeffrey Bowman Cleveland 706-809-8043 Albany, southwest Georgia bee removal; licensed, insured; also hornets, yellow jackets, wasps. Dale Richter Leesburg email@example.com 229-886-7663 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/Gray 478-719-5588 Bee removal, metro Atlanta and west Georgia areas, work guaranteed. W.O. Canady Winston 770-942-3887 Carpenter bee trap, really works, $20; three for $50, free shipping. Jack Snyder Hephzibah 706-554-7959 Carpenter bee traps, $10 each; extra for shipping. Billy Middlebrooks Monroe 770-267-7084 Carpenter bee traps, $13.50 each, picked up or shipped in lots of five for $85. William Timmerman Harlem 803640-6265 Complete set, protective clothing, hive tool and smoker, $100; extractor $150; all for $225. David Lewis Brunswick firstname.lastname@example.org 912-270-1857 Five-frame nucs; complete hives, already producing honey, complete line of beekeeping supplies. Jan Wooton Canton 678-880-8643 Gallberry honey, voted best-tasting honey in the state of Georgia, $46 per gallon, shipping included. Ben Bruce Homerville www.brucesnutnhoney. com. 912-487-5001 Honeybee removal from structures and will catch swarms in Fannin, Union, Pickens. Don Clark Suches 678-2377972 Honeybee rescue: pick up swarms, remove bees from structures, unwanted bee equipment. Derry Oliver Commerce 706-335-7226 706-621-1781 Pick up swarms for free, removal from structures for a fee; will pick up, purchase unwanted beekeeping equipment. Dave Larson Mitchell 770-542-9546 Queenless package bees, frames of brood and bees. Patrick Wilbanks Metter 912-286-7789 Starter bee hives and wooden ware for sale; starter hives have new Italian laying queens. Allen Brown Homerville 912-520-9956 Taking orders for survivor stock Queens; we remove honeybees. Bill Adams Dublin LaughingPlaceFarms@ gmail.com 478-290-1957 Taking orders, five-comb nucs, hives, bees, spring delivery, empty hives, supers, raw honey, heavy extra equipment; closed Saturdays. Edward Colston Taylorsville 770-382-9619 Used; eight bee hives and 16 supers. A. Dean Talking Rock 706-276-2680
WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 2014 Will catch honeybee swarms in Clayton, Fayette, Henry and Spalding counties, no charge. Tom Bonnell Hampton email@example.com 678-9837698 Will remove honeybee swarms, unwanted bee supplies and remove bees from structures; free in northeast Georgia area. James Vaughn Cornelia firstname.lastname@example.org 706778-9554
Things To Eat Advertisers submitting ads using the term “organic” require Certified Organic registration with the Georgia Department of Agriculture. Ads submitted without this registration will not be published. If you are faxing or mailing in an ad, the registration needs to be sent along with it. For ads submitted online, the registration can be attached using the attachments button. For information on this registration, call the Organic Program Manager at 706-595-3408. ‘13 Desirable pecans, $11 per pound plus postage. Russell Eaton Stockbridge 770-506-2727 2013 black walnut meat, clean, $20 per quart, $6 postage. Lela Norrell Gainesville 770-532-3945 2013 pecans, $8 per pound, mostly halves; one pound local raw honey, $7; in Cumming, Ga. Gary Greenlee Alpharetta 770-757-5026 2013; cleaned black walnuts, $20 per quart, local pick up, no shipping. C. Sheppard Macon 478-743-7680 Angus beef, no antibiotics or hormones; grain fed, dry aged 17 days; quarters; www.sellfarm.com. Bill Farr Milner 770-584-9727 Blackberries: late May to early July, huge, $10 per gallon; pick up only. Deb Ruby Good Hope email@example.com 404-218-0642 Fresh farm eggs, $3 per dozen; fresh duck eggs, $2.50 for half-dozen. Jennifer Sandjaja Milledgeville 478-2068280 Georgia cane syurp, 12 bottles per case, $48, grown and made on farm, no additives. Max Carter Douglas 912393-5253 912-384-5974 Large thornless blackberries; good for pies or eating fresh. David Lee Cartersville firstname.lastname@example.org 770608-9786 Stoneground grits and cornmeal (white and yellow) and flour; in two-pound bags, will ship. Stacey Freeman Statesboro 912-852-9381 Water ground meal, whole wheat flour, grits, $5 for five pounds, plus postage; also, grind your grain. Mike Buckner Junction City 706-269-3630 We provide grass-fed beef, pork, lamb, and mutton; ground beef sale; visit online. Fernando Mendez Arabi email@example.com 229-401-8722
Herbs Advertisers selling ginseng must be registered with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources and proof of this registration must be submitted with each ad. Ads for ginseng submitted without this registration will not be published. For more information, contact the Georgia Natural Heritage program at 770-918-6411. Greek oregano, $1 each; also Heritage raspberries, $2 each or 15 for $25. Kay Adair Loganville 770-601-3428 Old time, hot cowhorn pepper seed and hot red Peter seed, $1 per packet with SASE. Amory Hall 130 Ellison St. Maysville 30558 706-652-2521 Wildfire pepper tree seeds, grows up to six feet tall; bears year round, send $2, SASE. Brent Nichols P.O. Box 1881 Brunswick 31521
Fish & Supplies Advertisers selling sterile triploid grass carp must submit a current Wild Animal License from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. Ads submitted without this license will not be published. If you are faxing or mailing in an ad, the license needs to be sent along with it. For ads submitted online, the license can be attached using the attachments button. For license information, call 770-761-3044. $25 to $30 per pound, Big Red Europeans, Red Wigglers and worm castings plus shipping. Lew Bush Byron firstname.lastname@example.org 478-955-4780
WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 2014 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 All sizes: channel catfish, minnows, bluegill, shellcracker, redbreast, sterile carp, electrofishing, feeders, aeration and consulting services. Keith and Kim Edge Soperton 478-697-8994 Any size bass, bluegill, crappie, channel cat, redbreast, shellcracker, shad, minnows, goldfish; free delivery or pick up; best prices. Danny Austin Roberta 478-836-4938 Bass, bluegill, hybrid bream, channel catfish, sterile grass carp, statewide delivery. David Cochran Ellijay 706-8898113 Bass, bluegill, shellcrackers, hybrid bream, channel catfish fingerlings, sterile grass carp, delivery available. Tony Chew Manchester 706-846-3657 Frozen catalpa worms, $1.50 per dozen. Joe Mask Fayetteville 770-4617068 Grass carp, bluegill, shell cracker bream, channel catfish fingerlings, bass, threadfin shad; delivery, pick up by appointment only. Robert Brown Brooks 770-719-8039 Red wigglers, worm castings, worm farm composting kits; www.gawigglers. com. Dennis Holman Covington 678977-7944 Red Wigglers: fish love them; by the cup, call after 3 p.m. and weekends. Reed Adair Loganville 770-527-6064 Stocking fish, all sizes, catfish, bass, bluegill, carp, and more, free delivery avail. Ashley Todd Vidalia 912-293-7097 Trout: good stocking quality,various sizes, hatched and raised on our farm; delivery available. David Cantrell Ellijay 706-273-6199 Vermicomposting, fishing worms, European Night Crawlers, $25 per pound; Redworms, $23 per pound, in Maysville, Ga., posted for $11.50 extra. Lee Peach Decatur 678-640-4893
Fertilizers & Mulches 2014 wheat straw, $3 per bale at barn; delivery available. Gary Brinson Tarrytown 912-286-3191 Aged horse manure, you load any time, I load, call ahead; $10 truck, $20 trailer, $30 tandem. Raymond Dunnigan Smyrna email@example.com 678-683-2624 Clean pine straw, $4 per bale, delivered, spreading available, garden tilling, 33 years experience. Steve Schultheis Winder 770-235-1351 Free aged manure, compost, will help load; easy access, Crabapple area, Alpharetta. Kristina Macrae Alpharetta 770-410-0868 678-793-0694 Llama manure for compost, $15 per 50-pound feed bag. Russell W McCranie Ft Valley 478-827-1643 Mulch hay for sale; 250-plus square bales, barn-kept, since baled, $2.50 per bale. Cathy Aubley Jasper 770-695-2112 Net-wrapped mulch hay rolls, $15 per roll in quantity. Charles Osborn Watkinsville 706-769-4336 Pine straw, slash or long leaf, delivered and installed as low as $4 per bale. Josh Bulloch Manchester 404-925-1076 Quality pinestraw installed, $4 per bale, local and reputable; serving Atlanta and surrounding areas. Gloria Williamson Buford 770-912-6671 Worm castings, worm compost tea, red worms, nightcrawlers, composting kits and worm farming supplies. K Holman Newnan 770-713-5781
Poultry Litter/Compost Broiler litter: stored in dry, large quantities, local delivery; will spread for you on site; new 16-foot Chandler bed. Cody Spence Chatsworth 706-264-5397
Oddities Applewood for smokers, grilling; trimmings from 200-plus apple trees, dry or green. Charles Holland Thomaston 706-648-3947 706-975-5126 Gourds for sale: Martin, crooked handle, craft, bottleneck and more. Thelma Maxwell Royston 706-245-4218 Gourds, many varieties to choose from, at farm or ship UPS. Crystal Lang Cordele 229-322-1321 Lucky buckeyes, $4.25 per dozen; buckeyes for planting, $5.25 per dozen; planting instructions included, please include shipping. Jules Simmons Stone Mountain 828-226-4700
FARMERS AND CONSUMERS MARKET BULLETIN – 404-656-3722 Luffa for kitchen or bath: $3, whole $6, excellent exfoliator, can ship. Davis Yaun Soperton firstname.lastname@example.org 912-399-1988 Smoking wood; potential statewide, delivery, priced right. Hollis Morris Jasper 678-767-9451
Miscellaneous Wanted Any pre-1900 small farm buildings, like smokehouse, to move to my property, resonable price. Kathy Hendricks Atlanta 404-307-1784 Eggs from barnyard chickens; Blue Ridge area. Sharon Coogle Blue Ridge email@example.com 706-633-4520 706-6334520 Fan for old Sears four-tray cabinet incubator. Lowery K Noles Eastman 478290-7150 478-374-7472 Front tractor tire, size 9.5 Lx15 with four ridges, must be in useable condition. Rickey Dudley Leesburg 229-3470751 229-347-0751 Honey extractor, good condition and reasonable price. James Hughie Fortson firstname.lastname@example.org 706-4427575
John Deere, 1950 model, 40; rear tire, size 11.2x10-34. D. Johnson Kite 478469-3513 Looking for a someone to place some hives on my property near Alvaton in Meriweather County. Chris L. Peachtree City chrislinscheid@yahoo. com 770-714-7711 Looking for MIG welder, must be capable of welding half-inch plate, prefer Miller or Lincoln. Daniel Linder Dearing email@example.com 706-551-0342 706-551-0342 Need hydraulic pump, 4006 Deutz tractor, also two rear tires, 12/4x24. Linda Thompson Dahlonega 706-8646816 Need someone to put rubber on buggy wheels, train Belgians to buggy or sale trade to buy. Larry Whitlow Clarkesville 706-968-8669 706-809-9470 Need to buy or rent grain bin jacks. Tom Cyphers Saint Marys firstname.lastname@example.org 912-322-2157 One rubber tire for Covington press wheel, size 6x15, will take two. Tom Taunton Butler 478-862-3138
Quality top soil and organic compost in bulk needed, dump truck load and larger. Duane Harris Milledgeville 478233-4751 Small block hardened pine resin to fill cast iron Dutch oven when melted. Joyce Calloway Sugar Hill email@example.com 678-755-4231 Small millstones and syrup kettles, pay reasonable price and pick up. Henry Hine Conyers 404-310-6490 Tractor mechanic needed to make house call, repair Ford and Farmall tractors. David Galan Douglasville 770942-4044 404-219-9681 Want ro buy, 24 ft. gooseneck flat bed trailer; 50 mile radius from Greene County. Jackie Copelan Madison 706453-2494 706-474-5066
Out-Of-State Wanted 12 55-gallon drums of wildflower honey, will pay current price per pound. Lynn Herring Gainesville FL 352-359-0075 Looking for good used spreader truck, will consider power take-off pull spreader. Carroll Moore Iva SC 864-933-2306 One Stager tractor, 3406, three-point hitch, CAT motor, mint condition. Edward Sistrunk Auburn AL 334-727-1919
PAGE 11 Saipan game fowl and large show-type Cornish. William Claxton Ruffin SC 843909-4285 Scrap or rough trackloader or dozer; pay more than scrap, save it from China, Deere, IH, Case. Vaughn Elliott Murphy NC 828-644-3713 Want to buy draft horses, Belgians, Percherons, Draft crosses. Levi Raber Montgomery IN 812-486-6197
Firewoodd Firewood must be cut from the advertiser’s personal property. Ads for firewood must use the cord when specifying the amount of firewood for sale. Quality hardwood cut, split; $60 halfcord, $120 cord; you pick up, buy now at discount for next winter. Randy Smith McDonough 404-901-5278
CORRECTIONS Farm Services: New custom barn doors, windows, cupolas, dormers, lean-tos, vents, widow’s peaks, window boxes, stall fronts, everything barn; free estimates and quality work. Marvin Hughes Clermont 404-660-7148
Pick-Your-Own Spring Crops When using the pick-your-own list, remember that the maturity of fruits and vegetables is directly influenced by the weather. The dates and availability provided on the list are approximate. For accurate, up-to-date information, be sure to contact the individual farm operator for produce availability. It is best to call ahead before driving to a pick-your-own operation for detailed location directions, hours of operation and other information you may need.
BARROW Fleeman U-Pick Blueberries Blueberries John and Brenda Fleeman 716 Harrison Mill Road, Winder 770-867-3420, 678-863-1765 Opening mid-June Picnic tables, cold water, restroom available; www.fleemansblueberries.com and Fleemans U-Pick Blueberry Farm on Facebook
FULTON Scottsdale Farms Tomatoes, okra, beans, pepper, zucchini, squash, cucumber, edamame Luca Gianturco 15639 Birmingham Highway, Milton 770-777-5875 Open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
GLASCOCK Adams Family Farms BUTTS Purple hull peas, zipper peas Weaver Berryland Farm Brian Adams Blueberries, blackberries 1245 Griffin Pond Road, Gibson Frank and Carolyn 706-466-0932 2252 Highway 16 West, Jackson Call for hours and availability 770-595-8303 Open Monday through Saturday, GORDON 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Fox Blueberry Farm $10 per gallon; opens June 15 Blueberries Dan Fox COFFEE 863 Owens Chapel Road, Redbrick Farm Calhoun Tomatoes, peppers, other veg706-629-1085 etables Open daylight until dark, seven Caroline Ables days a week 225 Lake Demie Lane, Douglas $8 per gallon, containers 912-381-7366, 912-831-4667 furnished Open seven days a week, call for hours HABERSHAM Sidney Roland’s Blueberry COLUMBIA Farm Blue House Farm Blueberries Blueberries, blackberries Sidney Roland Louis Newsome 680 Sidney Roland Road, 279 Old Blythe Road, Harlem Demorest 706-699-0762 706-754-6700 Open Monday through Friday 7 Open all day July 12 through a.m. to 1 p.m. and 4 to 7 p.m.; Aug. 20 Saturdays 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. $7 per gallon; bring pails; no Picking containers provided spray
HALL Cool Springs Blueberry Farm Blueberries, blackberries Mark Ransbotham 5975 Smith Mill Road, Gainesville 770-480-8085 Open daily June 15 through Aug. 1, Sundays 1 p.m. to dark Irrigated blueberries, restrooms, handicap access, picnic area
OCONEE Whippoorwill Blueberries Blueberries Kay Smith 1571 Whippoorwill Road, Watkinsville 706-769-1929 Open Tuesday through Sunday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
PEACH Garden Fresh Farm Donald Snare Corn, peas, squash, cucumbers, Blackberries, figs, scuppernongs red potatoes, tomatoes, peppers Donald Snare and more 3736 Gillsville Highway, Gillsville Stephen Feitshans 770-605-1121 2417 US 41 North, Fort Valley Call for appointment 478-396-2665 Bring your own take-home Open Monday through Friday containers 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. HARALSON Located two miles from Perry, Ga. Willoughby Farms Blueberries TREUTLEN Donna Willoughby Whispering Pines Ga Farm 2342 Corinth Poseyville Road, Blackberries, blueberries, musBremen cadines, concord grapes, luffa 770-646-9080 Davis and Marian Yaun Open Thursday through Satur15412 Georgia Highway 86, day, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Soperton Buckets provided, no chemi912-399-1988, 912-429-1571 cals, all-naturally grown; $8 per Open Monday through Saturday, gallon; www.willoughbysberries. 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. com Georgia Grown member, located off I-16 between Macon and SaNEWTON vannah; exit 78 to Highway 221 Blueberry Hill South for 0.4 miles, then left on Blueberries Highway 86 East for five miles Richard Burr 6325 Highway 20 S. TURNER 404-771-1391 Calhoun Produce, Inc. Open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Blackberries Containers provided Sheila Rice 5075 Hawpond Road, Ashburn OCONEE 229-273-1887 Lazy J Farm Open Monday through Saturday Corn, squash, tomato, peppers, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. in June beans and more Justin Daniel 1890 Lane Creek Road, Bogart 678-863-2291 Open Monday through Saturday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
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100: Smith-Lever Act provided collaborative opportunities for academia, agriculture
From Page 1 Campbell – former Georgia commissioner of agricul- tions to farmers. This trusted source of information ture – began organizing girls’ canning clubs. is one of the best economic development investments While this was going on, Andrew Soule was hired we make as a state,” said Gary W. Black, Georgia to head the former Georgia State College of Agricul- commissioner of agriculture. “Tax dollars appropriture, now UGA CAES. ated for the Cooperative Extension Service should “An early idea of his  was the Agricultural never be called an expense. Extension work at every Train, featuring agriculture faculty, livestock and level is an investment in Georgia’s future.” machinery,” said Steven Brown, retired head of the Newton County 4-Hers Kacie and Kara Gartner University Archives. “The train ran through Georgia would tend to agree. several times, offering extension lectures to thou“In elementary school I was very timid and very sands of farmers who came to the local railway sta- shy,” Kacie Gartner said. “Then in fifth grade, 4-H tion to learn about modern agricultural techniques.” visited my school … Since then, I have loved talkBrown said Soule “enthusiastically” promoted ing to people. Other than just public speaking though, programs for farmers attending the college, hoping 4-H has broadened my horizons and allowed me to the college taught them something of value. One of reach out and help my community and I couldn’t be Soule’s first field agents at the college, later hired by more thankful.” the US Department of Agriculture, was Mary CreHer sister had a similar experience – but after a swell, who was chosen to head up the Girls’ Canning “whole week away” at 4-H camp, she was raring to Club. go again the moment she got home. In September 1914, according to Georgia 4-H, “Now I am in ninth grade and it’s a miracle if I Smith and Lever introduced the bill that would ce- spend all seven nights a week in my own bed,” Kara ment into existence Cooperative Extension. The Gartner said of the confidence 4-H helped her foster. bill “provided for a system of agricultural extension Their 4-H agent, Terri Fullerton, has been part of work based on cooperation between the Department the organization for nearly 20 years. of Agriculture and the numerous land-grant colleges, “I joined the poultry judging team and forestry including the University of Georgia.” field day team by sixth grade, went to summer camp Cooperative Extension at UGA and Fort Valley every year and pretty soon my schedule was all 4-H. State University has three arms: agricultural and Somehow I never imagined I’d come full circle, natural resources, 4-H and family and consumer sci- but … the first club meeting I taught was in my old ences, all of which have had great effect on Georgia. school,’ she said. “Cooperative Extension and 4-H “What Extension does is it connects the resourc- certainly changed my life, and I hope in some small es of the University of Georgia with the people of way today I’m passing that along to people right here Georgia,” UGA President Jere Morehead said. “I’ve in my community.” had this conversation over and over again in my first Fullerton and her students are just a few of the year as president with farmers, with local business millions affected by Cooperative Extension’s centenpersons, with individuals and communities that have nial legacy in Georgia, which is highlighted in a new expressed to me that when they think of the Univer- exhibit at the UGA Special Collections Library. sity of Georgia, they don’t necessarily think of the “When you look back at this legacy, the last 100 teaching in Athens, they think of the teaching and years, what resonates is the elimination of diseases, service in their local communities, where individuals the development of new and innovative practices that like Extension agents are trying to make a difference made a difference for the people of Georgia and the in that community.” ability to look to the future and get ahead on particuThat’s welcome news just years after Georgia’s lar trends and particular initiatives,” Morehead said. 4-H and Extension programs faced severe budget “What I appreciate most about Extension is not so cutbacks – which were stymied by reactions from much what it’s done in the past, but what it’s doing students, parents and agriculturalists alike. now and what it will do in the future. Because with“Literally millions of dollars of farm gate reve- out the work that’s done in Extension, we can be cernues hang in the balance each season as Extension tain that we would not have the kind of bright and agriculture agents make agronomic recommenda- vital future that we need for this state.”
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“Demand is just out the roof. The demand has driven us to 13 acres of berries now,” Echols said. “There’s just a high demand for them and a lot of health benefits. Berries are full of vitamin C and antioxidants.” For those who want to enter the strawberry business, experienced producers suggest starting small, as strawberries are not the cheapest crop to get into. “The main challenge is finding a home for all the berries. They are very perishable and have to find a home quick,” Smith said. “Have multiple markets to go to when you are in full production and plan for value-added products
when you have overruns.” Carter said a common misconception about strawberry growing is the time it takes to grow. Most Georgia producers plant in the fall, though the ripe berries don’t hit store shelves until spring. One of the biggest hurdles is the unpredictable growing season weather – such as a 60-degree day followed by a freeze warning. Carter said producers can prevent damage by using row covers, or by continuously running overhead irrigation. “[That] creates a kinetic energy and allows the water to continuously freeze on top of the
blossom,” he said. “Even if it’s 22 degrees, you’re running water and keeping a continuous water supply on the blossom. You want to keep the consistent temperature.” When the berries are grown properly, it’s not the size that matters in the final product, Echols said, contrary to what some Internet sources may say. “No matter what variety, I want solid red. I don’t want white tip or white shoulders on the berry,” he said. “You get some that’s white on the inside, you’re not going to have good flavor. I’m not that concerned about the size. I’m just looking more for a solid, blood-red berry.”
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