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Fiber arts, chair caning and more: Handicraft ads, Page 11 GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE • GARY W. BLACK, COMMISSIONER • WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2013 • VOL. 96, NO. 21 • © COPYRIGHT 2013

Georgia House, Senate compete for showmanship title at fair By Dallas Duncan See more Showdown pictures at

Georgia Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle walks a Shorthorn steer through the ring during the Legislative Livestock Showdown. Cagle was partnered with Tom Morgan of Crawford County FFA and got a crash course in cattle showing before the third annual event. Photo by Dallas Duncan

INSIDE THIS ISSUE Take 5.................................... 6 Arty’s Garden.........................7 Equine Auction Notice............7 Calendar of Events............... 10


Published by the Ga. Department of Agriculture Gary W. Black, Commissioner

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Just do it. That was Georgia Sen. Valencia Seay’s motto on Oct. 5 when she stepped into the show ring for the first time. “I have never, ever, ever been around livestock,” Seay said. “This is truly out of my comfort zone.” Seay faced her fears as part of the third annual Legislative Livestock Showdown at the Georgia National Fair. She was one of 10 state legislators partnered with 4-H and FFA exhibitors for the showmanship competition, where students gave state leaders a crash course in cattle showing. “I had so much fun doing it and teaching someone about something that is important to me,” said Jackson County 4-Her Savannah Page, paired with Sen. Freddie Sims. “We got to work with people that make decisions for our state and I wanted them to know how important the livestock program is to me.” The Senate team, which for the first time won the competition, included Chairman John Wilkinson as captain; Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle and Tom Morgan, Crawford County FFA; Bill Heath and Baylee Steed, Carroll County 4-H; Sims and Page; Mike Crane and Mitchell Layfield, Tift County 4-H; and Seay with Peyton Mattox, Oglethorpe County FFA. On the House side, Chairman Tom McCall captained representatives Brooks Colemen and Cody Corbett, Echols County 4-H; Tom Kirby and Makayla Holmes, Gordon County 4-H; Roger Bruce with Amy Rigsby, Veterans FFA; Winfred Dukes and Savannah Lambert, Seminole County FFA; and Margaret Kaiser with Austin Floyd, Hart County FFA. Though the Senate team had the overall top score, Rep. Kirby was named See SHOW, page 12

Georgia Centennial Farm Program honors 26 operations in 2013 Compiled by Dallas Duncan For more than 20 years, the Georgia Centennial Farm Program has recognized farms that have been in operation for 100 years or more. This year, 26 farms from across the state were recognized at a luncheon on Oct. 4 at the Georgia National Fair. To qualify for the awards, farms must be in operation with at least 10 acres actively involved in agricultural production. Annual farm income must be at least $1,000 and 10 acres of the original farm purchase must still be in use, said Charlie Miller, Centennial Farm Committee chairman. The program is a partnership between the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Historic Preservation Division, Georgia Farm Bureau Federation, Georgia Department of Agriculture, Georgia Forestry Commission and Georgia National Fairgrounds and Agricenter. The awards are given in three categories: Centennial Heritage Farm, Centennial Farm and Centennial Family Farm. To qualify as a Centennial Farm, a farm must be at least 100 years old and listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Heritage Farm honorees must be listed in the National Register of Historic Places and have been owned continuously by members of the same family for 100 years or more. Family Farms do not have to be registered as historic, but must have been continuously owned by family members for at least 100 years. Twenty-four of the 26 honorees this year are in the Centennial Family Farm category.

Many of the 26 Centennial Farm honorees were present to be recognized at a luncheon on Oct. 4 at the Georgia National Fair. Photo courtesy Historic Preservation Division

“I think for a farm to be in the same family for 100 years or more is quite an achievement nowadays,” Miller said. Georgia Centennial Heritage Farm Boring and Brooks Estate, Banks County Georgia Centennial Farm Fannin-Cooper Farm, Paulding County See FARMS, page 12


Grassroots organization delivers much more than insurance By Jenna Saxon, press office Georgia Farm Bureau is the state’s largest general farm organization with independent chapters in 158 counties. GFB is a grassroots organization operated by members in each local community. Every county Farm Bureau office is affiliated with GFB, but operates under its own autonomy and is governed by a local board of directors. For more than 75 years, GFB’s participation in local and state events has provided leadership and direction on issues that helped improve life in rural Georgia. GFB works to enrich the quality of life for many Georgians across the state by ensuring the future prosperity of Georgia’s No. 1 economic sector, agriculture.

Though the organization is known for its insurance services, a GFB membership supports programs in local communities to increase agricultural awareness, and programs on the state and national level to promote agriculture and preserve the rural way of life. GFB sponsors and supports youth programs such as 4-H, FFA and high school athletics as its way of giving back to communities across the state. GFB has a strong relationship with the Department and works as a dedicated partner of Georgia Grown. GFB decided to partner with Georgia Grown because of its support for Georgia’s agriculture industry and the farmers in the state who sell locally grown food products. The program “runs parallel” with GFB’s Certified Farm Market ProSee PROFILE, page 7



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If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. Only farm work or farm help wanted advertisements allowed. No commercial, industrial or domestic employment permitted. 40-year-old male, looking for cattle or row cropping job; valid class A CDL. Shane Martin Atlanta 770-695-5383 52-year-old male looking for job; poultry farm layer or broiler farm; experience in both. Randall Lowery Gainesville 470-213-3212 Experienced stable hands wanted at 22-stall dressage barn; feed, turnout, stalls, $10 to $14 per hour. Laura Tsivoglou Milton laura@applewood-farm. com 678-315-5325 Farm worker, hard working, good at fencing, landscaping, equipment operation, wanting local farm, Spanish speaking, excellent references. Freddi Martinez Rockmart 404-858-3563 General contractor seeking work; lake builder, land clearer; clean fence rows; repair barns, fences, drainage; your equipment or mine. Bobby Karr Fairburn 678-973-7645 770-964-5065 Looking to relocate, experience with horses, cattle, most farm machines; looking for long term, must provide housing, salary. Joey Savaria Ila 479222-9241 Many Fold Farm is a sheep and cheesemaking operation hiring for several positions. Rebecca Williams Chattahoochee Hills 770-463-0677 Need help on broiler farm, salary and housing. Chaney Waldon Lyerly 706844-4114 Need someone to work on Kubota tractor. M. Atwood Rex 678-836-9776 Needed help on pullet farm, Bush Hogging, 10 hours a week, small house furnished, utility allowance. Ken McCall Gillsville 706-677-2703 Quality horse farm near Athens; seeking responsible, experienced person for stable work. Melanie Howington Bishop 706-7677287 706-207-6297 Wanted: Retired Christian couple to do light farmwork, domestic duties; salary to supplement retirement income. Roy Cooper Ringgold 706-937-3751 Woman; must know horses exchange for 2/1 in exchange. Michael Babbit Homerville 912-487-3661

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. 100 kilowatt automatic generator, picture available via email; 24-inch and 36-inch fans. Robert Reepe Demorest 706-754-6747 1130 Massey-Ferguson tractor, very good condition, $6,000. Billy Wilkes Lyons 912-245-2907 1420 IH combine with 15-foot bean head and four-row corn head, 2,800 hours, $17,000. Drew Swancy Calhoun 770-324-0617 150-bushel Parker grain wagon, great all-around gravity wagon, great for storing deer feed, $1,100. David Thigpen Lumber City 912-568-7711 160 Bush Hog; 14-foot mower, pull type, lots of new parts, $2,500. Wayne Marshall Perry 478-972-2287 1928 Farmall tractor; regular, runs well, good tires, $3,000. Donald Conyers 770-361-4527 404-797-0621 1941 John Deere B tractor with electric start, new rear tire, cranks and runs well. Skippy Higginbotham Monroe 770267-2643 404-427-6215 1942 John Deere H, needs some work, tin is good, $1,500. Patrick Kissell Powder Springs 678-428-9110 1948 Ford 8N $2,200; 1949 Ford 8N $1,900 ; three-point hitch, 16 disk harrow, $625 Travis Carnes Hartwell 706-436-3677 706436-3677 1948 H Farmall with rebuilt engine, in very good condition, $2,100. Dwain Pittman 5538 Highway 171 South Mitchell 30820 706-598-2222 1949 M.T. John Deere, fair cond., stored inside, restored, no implements, 20 years, $3,250. Leonard Draper Cedartown 770-748-2042 404-401-5591 1953 Country Squire tractor, nine horsepower, gas engine with implements; Ford transmission, $2,000. Dennis Youngblood Twin City 478-494-0680 1961 Allis Chalmers model D-10, 29 horsepower cultivators, two 14-foot plows; two Gibson model D; good condition. Mack Shaw Waycross 912-2837150

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1961; 841 Power Master with equipment, $5,000. J. C Clark Waycross 912548-1887 1979 International tractor, 741 hours. Don Phillips Walnut Grove 770-7866273 1983 white GMC tractor with a 15-ton trailer. Mike Austin Douglasville 770652-3383 1986 GMC crew cab three-fourths ton, 350 engine, Jasper Auto Transmission gooseneck hitch and receiver hitch, $1,300 negotiable. Daryl Witmer East Dublin 478-290-5627 1991 International 470; single axle box dump truck, $5,000, good condition, good tires, $5,000. Doyce Green Silver Creek 706-767-1848 706-295-0381 1991; 9930 cotton picker, 2,800 engine hours, stored inside; excellent condition, see to appreciate. Tommy Hudson Vienna 229-322-0273 20-foot gooseneck trailer; 10-ton with two dual wheel axles, $4,500 OBO. Matthew Wood Tiger 706-490-2051 200-bushel grain wagon, $800. Alton Andrews Cairo 229-377-8373 2000 Mahindra, 4505 DI tractor, 880 hours; great running condition, $6,000. Doug Starr Jackson 770-294-4983 2002 Farmtrac 45 1610, 42 horsepower, very good condition ready to work, no equipment, $5,800. Mike Loyd Fayetteville 770-461-7031 2006 Magnum mulching head, skid steer loader; very good condition; low usage, $15,000. David Murphy Folkston 912-496-4092 912-276-0069 21-foot Massey Ferguson disk harrow, $2,500 OBO. Neil Patrick Sylvania 912687-5045 230 Massey-Ferguson diesel, low hours, excellent condition, six-foot Bush Hog; six-foot scrapblade, single row plow, $4,000. Ellis Jones Carrollton 770-832-2958 230 Massey-Ferguson, excellent condition, like new tires, disk box blade, boom and rear scoop, $5,500. Doug Cormack Waverly Hall 706-582-2590 235 John Deere harrow, 27-foot KMC pt. digger, ‘08 and ‘03 models; years old baler, 328 John Deere parts. Gary Smith Broxton 912-393-5742 26-gallon, 12-volt chemical sprayer (Northstar), boomless sprayer kit used once, $35. John Lay 3131 Cochran Hwy Eastman 31023 478-374-5407 2955 John Deere tractor; cab, air, very goood running condition, 5,167 hours. Edwin Thompson Milledgeville 478456-5781 35 Massey-Ferguson, four-cylinder gas engine, runs good, $2,500, shop manual. Edward Norrington Jonesboro 770-473-9881 3910 Ford tractor, front loader hay fork, $11,000. John Morrison Talking Rock 770-380-0352 45 kilowatt single-phase generator; Ford engine, LP or NG; new paint, wiring, battery, starter, $6,500. Tiffany Henderson Gainesville 678-971-5040 450D, JD crawler w/9 ft. blade, ROPS Limbrisers 95%, undercarraiage w/rear remotes & more equipment to sell. J.R. Sullivan Vidalia 912-537-4944 5,500-pound loader; teledyne with block forks, strong lift; cranks and runs well, $5,500. Mike Hulett Hazlehurst 912-347-1004 5310 John Deere tractor 900 hours with 286 Bush Hog six feet, $14,000. Gail Worley Ellijay 706-276-7702 770324-1866 5x8-foot trailer, $50; rototiller, $50; bush and bog harrow, $50. Charles Gorham Athens 706-543-7985 630 A Vermeer stump grinder motor, just rebuilt new fuel pump and teeth, new belts, $3,000. H. E. Brack Eastman 478-374-4209 72-inch Bush Hog finish mower, FTH720, $1,100; good condition. Mark White Covington 770-601-1135

7300 John Deere, six-row vacuum planters, completely refurbished, $7,200 negotiable. Ronnie Singleton Buena Vista 229-649-7486 9044 Bush Hog four-row peanut combine, sheltered; KMC four-row hooded sprayer, red ball hoods, John Deere 235 harrow. Darrell Williams Swainsboro 478-237-3237 931 CAT loader, good conditon. Andy Holder Eatonton 706-473-7078 955 Cat front -end loader in good shape, new bottom, good motor. Pat Cannon Norcross 770-448-8555 9965; John Deere mud hog top condition, reduced; 2055 Case, low hours, new Doffer grinder, portable,110/Ac. Ralph Nutt Cordele 229-276-5336 All-purpose plow, five shank, $450; Bush Hog, four feet, $450; 12-disk scton harrow for small tractor, $30. Clay Pentecost Winder 770-867-4373 Allis Chalmers model B, almost new rear tires, 24x10-inch, both tractors not running. J. Blasczyk Douglasville 770942-5018 404-557-0055 Allis Chalmers model C, fair condition, tri-cycle front, not running, $500. Walter Zevill Decatur 404-395-5476 Allis Chalmers, W-D45, 1957; wide front, new engine, other new parts; owned for 30 years, $3,200. Robert Cragg Alto 706-776-3318 706-499-8063 Belt; trailer, 2000 Trinity Eagle Bridge, $25,000. Charles Crawley Unadilla 229942-0243 Bobcat Zero Turn 61-inch cut with 37 horsepower Kawasaki, 180 hours; cost $10,800, asking $7,200; like new. Wiley McCants Butler 478-957-3541 Branson 3510, $9,500, five-foot loader; five-foot cultivator $800; five-foot box scrape $350; five-foot rotary cutter, $500; posthole digger, auger, $300. Gary Nix Buford 770-401-4932 Burch two-row planter, good condition, $300. Everette Gresson Resaca 706-625-8443 706-625-8443 Bush Hog; Servis model 60, good conditon, center rear wheel, 60-inch cutting width, $525. Donald Ledford Demorest 706-7544215 Bush Hog; six feet; model SQ172, very good condition, $1,000. Robert Dobbs Ellijay 706-636-4433 Cane Mill Chattanooga 700, $2,500; 20-inch Meadows grist mill mounted on steel wheel John Deere wagon, set-up to run, $4,500. George Johnson Tennille 478-552-2153 Carry hauler tractor attachment, connects to three-point hitch, holds 2,500 pounds, dump motion with rear lowering gate, $300. Jeff Watson Acworth 404309-8962 Case IH 3900 23-foot harrow, KMC six-row reshaker, IH 125 4-16 flip plow in furrow. Pat West Pinehurst 229-9287427 CAT 943 track loader with 550 hours on rebuilt motor, used on farm, $19,000. Justin Fernander Grantville 706-637-6641 Cole planter fertilizer, $350. Gene Gilbreath Rome 706-234-0944 Complete John Deere 42C lawnmower deck, fits LX200, GT and GX Series, like new, $415. G. Denton Hiawassee 706896-2901 Covington one-row planter, complete outfit; like new, $1,000. Donald Paramore Albany 229-347-5783 Dearborn 10-80 two-disk turning plow, 24-inch disk; 2005 Takeuchi TL140, one owner, 643 hours, heat and air cab. Slate Long Madison 706-752-0206 Ditchwitch ride on trenche,12 horsepower electric start, working condition needs adjustments; four-inch trencher blades, good condition, $1,200. James George Colbert 706-742-2561 Double single-blade plow, $200 each; pasture renovator $200, heavy duty box blade $400; landscape rake, six feet; $200. Jean Dangler Rossville 706-8615441


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. DR field and brush mower, 17 horsepower Pro model, excellent condition, $2,295. Conley Haynes Moreland 770583-8994 Eight long brand, 21-feet peanut wagons, $2,500; 14-feet peanut wagons, $1,200. Ted Cowan Fitzgerald 229423-5602 Eight-disk Taylor Way harrow, $600; three-point hitch cultivator, $250; threepoint hitch boon pole, $75. Harold Green Cumming 770-887-5624 Electric hoist, 4,000 pounds; 120/23volt, good condition, $850, Bill Carter Hahira 229224-4900 Equipment hauler gooseneck,19 feet long, good condition, $2,000; 14-foot vehicle hauler, $1,200. Amy Monkus 16 Monkus Lane Preston 31824 229-3211874 229-310-9760 Equipment trailer, 20 feet, seven-ton, ramps, very good condition; 10-ply, eight-lug tires with spare, $2,600. Ellis Belflower Fort Valley 478-951-1104 478-951-1104 Farm equipment for sale: Grain drill, combine, subsoiler; box blade, bottom plow, harrows, baler; garden tractor; more. Shira MacLennan Americus 229331-0557 Farmall cub tractor, needs battery, runs well; good sheet metal, perfect for garden or restoration, asking $1,250. Jerry Taylor Tyrone 770-632-1278 Farmall deep soil plow, $300. Charles Shepherd Jefferson 404-557-3238 Farmall M, runs great, good tires, has belt-driven corn grinder, $2,750. Tommy Kemp Marietta 404-680-7219 Farmtrac 3130DT; 4x4,130 hours, tractor is like brand new, four-cylinder Mitsubishi diesel, asking $8,500, would trade. Jason McDaniel Winder 770307-7099 Fertilizer spreader and seeder, Baltimatic 80; used only twice, kept under shed, comes with instructions manual, $250. Jerry King Blairsville jirking@ 706-745-2836 For Sale: 65 Massey-Ferguson diesel engine power steering, $3,000; call between 6 and 9 p.m. Joe Winkler Chatsworth 706-422-8764 For Sale: farm hand front end loader, no leaks or breaks, $850 or best offer. Scott Price Wrightsville 478-290-4419 For sale: John Deere 410, 4x5 round baler, works, $1350; New Holland 202 ground drive manure spreader, $650. Bob Witt Newnan 404-372-8395 For sale: old set of 16 disk harrows with three-point hookup, look rough but works great, $200. William Timmerman Harlem 803-640-6265 Ford 1710 four-wheel-drive, 2,240-quart Bush Hog loader, ROPS box blade, smoothing harrow, boom pole, not running, $1,600. Danny Pierce Monroe 770267-6520 Ford 2000 gas three-point hitch, good running gear and tires, new spat, disk harrow available $2,600. Dave Seymour Franklin 706-675-6843 706-302-7798 Ford 2600 tractor with Bush Hog, harrow, hay fork, scrape blade,1,800 hours; one owner, excellent condition, $6,500. Carlton Patton Williamson 770-2274350 Ford 3000 diesel, runs great, wedge wheel weights; with five-foot scrape blade and 5.5-foot Hardee Bush Hog, $4,500. Barry Wood Tiger 706-782-5689 Ford 3000 tires like new, new clutch lift, good runs strong, $4,000. Danny Martin Barnesville 770-468-4532 Ford 555 special backhoe, $5,000 OBO. Mike Bloodworth Knoxville 478836-2535 478-957-0985 Ford 914 Bellymower; excellent condition, $500. R. Rooks Winder 770-8671847 Ford tractor, diesel, new paint, $3,500;150 bushel Paulk gravity flow trailer, $500: Michael Joyner Perkins 706-551-9022 Ford tractor, eight horsepower, new tires, battery, dual remotes, garage kept, runs great. Frank LaPorta Dublin 478278-9270 Four 4,000-bushel Butler grain bins with unloading augers and drying fans. Cyrus Harris Deepstep 478-731-6364

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2013 Four tires 20 8R 42 sure grip; John Deere Visualiner 9909; two tires 13.00R 24; two tires 18 4 24. Mike Wooten Denton 912-539-3517 Goldens new model 4XX cane mill. Dwayne Taylor Alma hesavedme2010@ 904-305-1607 Grain wagons; 350-bushel, $1,300; 400-bushel with auger, $2,100, excellent condition. Hulett Jacksonville 912253-0162 Harrell 4-R stalk chopper, good condition, $5,500; KMC 4-R stalk puller, very good condition, $5,800. Johnny Crawford Chula 229-382-7304 Harrell module builder, good condition. Tommy Copelan Eatonton 706-4730613 706-473-0613 I have a 6 foot single disk harrow; has new bearings, blades are 21” blades. Steven Simmons Lagrange 706-3509195 IH 656 Farmall diesel; 90 percent tires, hydraulic pumps, power take-off, heavy built, offset harrow, eight feet, $3,500 OBO. Ted Krush Meridian 912-2582125 International 295 planters mounted on Lilliston Rip-N-Plant four-row, used this year, $3,500; 4440 John Deere. Ben Deen Sylvania 912-856-0107 International Cub Lowboy, 154 for sale, needs tension pulleys installed, have them new; asking $1,800 or trade. Johnny Weaver Snellville 678-848-1624 International disk 15 feet; new tires, hydraulic cylinder, paint, excellent condition, Lee County, $2,250. Todd Pemberton DeSoto 407-383-3153 International; 1991 model 470; 10-foot flat bed, gooseneck ball, break box, $6,500 OBO. Justin Evans Rocky Face 423-364-8335 John Deere 1010 RUS works well, looks good; $3,500 OBO; equipment sold seperatly. Tom Lovingood Douglasville 770-577-5834 John Deere 12- foot grain drill, 21 single disks, restorable but needs extensive repair, $300. Waylon Davenport Richland 229-321-2314 John Deere 2020 diesel tractor; very original and straight tractor with power steering, very nice tractor, $6,700. J.J. Altman Statesboro 912-682-3496 John Deere 2955, cab, 4450 hours; new rear tires, $18,000. Randy Smith Lyons 912526-3011 John Deere 3010 2-16; 9x30 tires, 80 percent tread, Koyker 150 loader, $1500; Bush Hog 72 mower, $1,500. Donnis Lanier Warm Springs 706-663-9108 John Deere 4230, cab, power shift dual remotes, $7,500; John Deere model 71, planter parts, $200. Kristopher Kreider Statesboro 912-682-9689 John Deere 4300 tractor, 430 front end loader; Vicon V01 tiller, LNC, 50 hours, $15,000, leave message. Dennis Williamson Forsyth 478-972-9211 John Deere 455 G with backhoe, runs like new, $35,000. Ray Murphy Marietta 404-569-5909 John Deere 5220 tractor; 541 loader, diesel, two-wheel-drive, 230 hours, 45 to 53 horsepower, USA made, one owner, $18,000. Kelly Hobgood Calhoun 770-548-7574 John Deere 60-inch belly mower for good, $800; Enoagricola Rossi five-foot sickle mower, fair, $500. Freddy Wehunt Adairsville 404434-6057 John Deere 630 harrow, 18 feet. Chris Parlor Hazlehurst 912-539-9772 912539-2994 John Deere 6400, 85 horsepower, two-wheel-drive with loader, bucket and spear; 2,845 hours, sheltered, $27,500. John Bryant Eatonton 706-485-8321 John Deere 6400;1998 Power Quad trans, air seat, 4900 hours; John Deere 640 loader, $21,000. Jack Jenkins Athens 706-286-4438 John Deere 650H dozer for sale; very good condition, 90 percent undercarriage, open canopy with limb risers. Johnnie Batten Douglas 912-381-3014 John Deere 9950 cotton picker with mudhog, good condition; $8,000 OBO. John Griffin Tifton 229-445-0495 John Deere deer plot drill, works on three-point hitch; five feet, $1,800; eight feet, $2,100; excellent cond. Royce Hulett Hazlehurst 912-253-0161 912-375-3008 John Deere model M tractor with full set of cultivators. Jerry Cox Fayetteville 770-461-7938 John Deere, 6620, combine 216 head, dump body, 20 feet; 20-plus ton hoist mounted, five bale hay. Joe Shurley Warrenton 706-831-2556

FARMERS AND CONSUMERS MARKET BULLETIN John Deere; G-1951, $8,000; John Deere A-1948, $3,000. Dan Peppers Bishop 706-342-0665 KBH Mullboy Boll Buggy, good condition, $6,500 OBO. David Burk Pinehurst 229-938-5550 KMC two-row peanut digger, $1,500. Brendan Prendergast Americus 229-938-0306 Koering Fox chopper; silage chopper, two-row, $1,000. John Gowin Lafayette 706-980-2511 Kubota MX5100 set up for mowing, as new, only 35 hours, $13,500. William Amerson Monroe 770-267-7435 Kuhn disk mower, 2010; model GMD 700 GII HD, excellent condition, limited use, $7,200; pictures available. Joe Roberson LaFayette 706-537-9247 Kuhn GMD 500 disk mower, field ready, five disk, new blades and paperwork, $2,500. Anderson Perry 478-952-2875 LeRoi Dresser tow behind air compressor, 250 cfm, 100 psi, four-cylinder Perkins diesel, runs perfect, $2,500. Paul Sanders Stephens 706-296-9411 Lifting boom for tractor, $100. James Young Metter 912-682-2917 Lilliston 1580 peanut picker, good condition. Hughlon Davis Chester 478-6977784 Lowboy trailer; 37-foot deck; five-foot hydraulic ramps, good cond., $6,500. Larry McCranie Eastman 229-332-0038 Mahindra 3016 four-wheel-drive tractor, includes canopy, six-foot finishing mower and front loader, total 51 hours, $19,000. Al Sanders Barnesvillle 478954-8000 Massey Ferguson 275 blown motor, like new tires, calll after 6 p.m., no return call, $1,200. Danny Manning Cochran 478-934-0100 Massey-Ferguson 135 gas; four-foot Bush Hog, all purpose plow cultivators, scrape blade hopper seeder, $3,000. Jeff Stewart Toccoa 706-244-4912 Massey-Ferguson 275 Bush Hog loader, 72 horsepower, $8,000; MasseyFerguson 596, 4x4 loader, 99 horsepower,1,700 hours, $26,000. Mark Thomas Dalton 706-260-8381 Massey-Ferguson 35 deluxe gas, four-cylinder Continental, good tractor, $3,250. Larry Morrison Monticello 706318-2800 Massey-Ferguson front end loader and backhoe, three-cylinder Perkin motor, motor does not run. Pete Cobb Fairburn 770-964-5644 Medium size shavings mill for sale; call for info. Jasper Cummings 156 N Johnson St Newborn 30056 404-925-0869 Mid 80s Ford 555B backhoe, runs great and very strong machine; used on farm don’t use anymore. Tony Bannister Rome 770-286-6029 Mill Creek manure spreader, model 100, new gear box, $1,000. Jack Pearson Ellijay 706-276-3658 MX5100 Kubota tractor; with five-foot rotary cutter tractor with 138 hours. Harvey Watkins Statham 770-725-0111 New Holland 570 square baler, great shape, always sheltered, used very little, $8,500. Kirk Chambless Elberton 770315-8759 New Holland tractor TN70, 990 hours, one owner, in excellent condition, $12,850. Windell Gillis Eastman 478374-4868 478-231-8236 New Idea No. 206, manure spreader, needs work, $300; access to one in Adairsville for parts, $50. Tamma Trump Acworth 770655-0819 One two-row Pearman peanut digger, shaker, inverter; good condition. Bobby Clay DeSoto 229-874-4485 229-8946950 One-row New Idea corn picker, good condition, $3,850; two-row New Idea corn picker with grinder, $4,850. Scott Hancock Sautee 404-310-2558 706878-5590 Pecan dump cart, very good working condition, pull-behind harvester, dumps 10 feet; asking $6,000 OBO. Thomas Clements Rutledge thomasclements@ 706-557-9667 770-335-6315 Pecan harvester, Savage 8261, very good shape, new augers, trash chain, $15,000. John Davis Lumber City 478278-2687 Pull type combine, field ready. Malcolm Wright Trion 706-734-2554 Pull type cutaway harrow, four disk, six feet wide, $300; can load. William Mc. Whirter Royston 706-245-6896 Rhino TW84; like new with manuals, always sheltered, $2,500; three-point, seven-foot cut corbin. Kenneth Corbin Chickamauga 706-539-1208

Rhino TW96 eight-foot pull type mower, very low hours, flat-proof tires, excellent condition, $2,850 OBO. William Mailand McDonough 404-357-0763 Rollin-S stock trailer, 20x6.5 feet; dual axle, two cut gates, escape gate, good condition, $5,200. Brent Chitty Moultrie 229-891-5455 Rollins; HD eight-foot rotary mower, like new, $2,500. Wayne Swanson Ringgold 706-935-4691 Savage 4200 tree shaker, $6,500. Emory Mixon Lyons 912-253-5570 Savage 8042 pecan harvester for sale, $4,500. James Perryman Valdosta 229244-5373 Savage shaker, 4200, excellent condition; trunk shaker, $4,500; Weiss McNair blower, $800. Ted Thames Elko 478954-4256 Seven-foot sickle mower, not sure of the make or year; call or email with questions. Justin Moss McDonough 770-558-5315 Seven-foot Tye grain drill $4,000; ZD21 Kubota lawn mower for parts, make offer. Ray Bowden Smarr 478-394-0185 Six-foot no-till planter, Great Plains model 605, like new, $12,500. Chuck Conklin Dawsonville 770-893-3636 Six-foot Wood B-106 Bush Hog, very good condition, serviced and ready to use, $895 OBO. Paul Fonzo Cumming 404-310-9333 Spreader truck with stainless steel body, six-inch irrigation pipe, plastic pallets. James Kinnett McRae 478-2853486 229-868-2542 Sukup no-till drill; 8 row planter; excellent condition, used very little, like new, $2800. Ted Key Milledgeville 813-6247322 Superior skid steer special gooseneck, 16-foot trailer, with new spare, ramps with “dog legs,” $2,875. Richard P Hatcher Watkinsville 706-769-2801 Taylor cotton module builder, always sheltered, no leaks, extra good condition. Jimmy Cofield Eastman 478-8934996 Three 300-gallon poly tanks; one 1,000-gallon on trailer with pump, used to haul Pro-Lix, $10,000. Tim Casey Eatonton 478-414-8530 Three Lilliston Hi-Cap 6000 peanut combine, good condition; fully operational when last parked; one needs repair, $2,000 each. Gloy Hobbs Vienna 229-942-2186 Three-point hydraulic post driver; model HPD-20; very good working condition; brought brand new; asking price $1,200. David McGill Thomasville 229226-6446 229-516-3857 Three-way Hester plow; forward, backward, all teeth, three positions, three point; good shape, make offer. Allen Morris Mount Vernon damorris@ 912-293-6471 Tire for Case IH cotton picker DW500/95032, four John Deere 71 planters, IH 5100 grain drill. Mike Montgomery Reynolds 478-391-9057 Tractor: 1958 Fordson Power Major, $2,500 original, runs well, excellent sheet metal, 80 percent rubber all tires. Allen Hand Greenville 706-977-8816 Trailer made from truck bed, two-inch pressure treated bed, 1.88-inch hitch, towing jack, good for firewood hauling, $275. David Combs Jefferson 706-3674645 Trailer, 18 feet, dove tail, 7,000-pound axles with ramps, excellent condition, $1,700. James T Archer Dacula 770963-6036 Trailer-Tow Pro; 16x79, 9,900 pounds; GVWR, eight lug, 16-inch wheels, hydraulic surge brakes,$1,750. Russell Shuler Winder 770-527-1445 Troy-Bilt tiller; seven horsepower B&S engine with hiller, furrower attachment and owners manual, $375. Jody Slocumb Hartsfield 229-891-0173 TroyBilt horse tiller, seven horsepower, excellent condition, $750. Glenn Slaton Alpharetta 770-475-7749 TW-20 Ford tractor, new hydraulic pump and clutch, good tires and in good condition. Jimmy Claxton Metter 912-362-0421 Two 11.2x28 tires for tractor, never on rims, new, $350. Jerry Guinn Madison 706-342-1954 Two Allis Chalmers 60 combines; repair, parts; sheltered for 30 years. Paul Bryant Monroe 770-267-5393 Two Farmall tractors; running A model, and super A., $1,500 each; serious calls only. Paul Davis Waycross 912-288-6695


Two Onan generators, 60 kilowatt automatic transfer switch, low hours; Cummins diesel engine, $9,000 each. Terry McCants Butler 770-468-2650 478-862-3999 Two tanks: 14,000-gallon steel vertical, open top and a 15,000-gallon horizontal steel; both in sound condition. George Harris Covington 404-277-0150 Two-horse wooden wagon with rubber tires, flat hay bed; $400. Dwayne Fortner Dahlonega 706-867-9716 Two-row John Deere 71 planters on a Pittsbrgh frame, coulter for stability, sheltered and field ready, $2,000. Giddens Ashburn 229-347-5830 Two-row; John Deere 71, corn planters, double disk openers, $1,800, on toolbar or two-row cultivator frame, trades. Wendell Aenchbacher Talking Rock 706-235-2531 Tye no-drill, 7.5 feet, $8,750; Tuffline eight feet offset harrow, three-point hitch $2,250;12-feet do-all field cult. Philp Ivey Lizella 478-361-0956 Tye Series V 20’ drill, no-till caddy, 7.5” spacing, row markers, $7,500; 8 row PATS striptill, pull type, $3,000. Robbie Faust Dawson 229-344-1969 Used cow trailer, old but in working condition, $900. Clint Adams Winder 706-296-4676 Utility trailer, 5x12, single axle, heavy duty, treated wood floor, $1,200 OBO. James Threlkeld Comer 706-7833298 V rake; eight wheel on hydraulic caddy, good condition. Jeff Knowles Eatonton 706-473-1418 Vermeer model 7040 nine-foot disk mower with caddy, excellent condition, $9,500. Herman King Marietta 770971-5618 404-395-1042 Wood splitter, three-point hitch, runs off tractor, power take-off, $500. Gene Tucker Hahira 229-794-2595 Woods four-foot Bush Hog; like new, $500; 72 Allis Chalmers; all-crop combine, field ready, sheltered; $2,500. Andy Adams Hartwell 706-371-2157 706-436-7031 WTB: 30 to 40 horsepower diesel tractor with front end loader; four-wheel drive, low hours with or without implements. Kathy Krause Cleveland 678481-1182 WW grinder model 5-14-4G Hammermill grinder, pulverizes composting material; B&S five horsepower electric start $200. Lyn Chandler Milledgeville 478-454-8090 Yanmar 1700 two-cylinder compact tractor, 34 hours with four-foot finish mower, excellent condition; $3,800 OBO. Ron Strickland Gillsville 770-8697575

Farm Machinery Wanted 15.5x38-inch rear tractor tires. Johnny Tingle Jonesboro 770-471-7496 Farmall 140 tractor or Super A tractor, running or repairable. Nelson Massey Conyers 404-273-3777 Flail mower wanted, five or six feet. Freddie Cheek Sycamore 229-5671145 Front tire and wheel for Massey-Ferguson 135; consider complete parts tractor, reasonable, have trade items. Joseph Bruner Forest Park 770-968-4457 Looking for small gravity flow wagon; less than $1,000. Mark Joyner Millen 478-494-9504 Looking to buy EZ Haul hay hauler, five-roll, bumper pull. Susan Lee Lakeland 229-482-2242 Massey-Ferguson 35 for parts only, engine not required. J. Greer Hampton 770-946-3136 Need pallet forks for a DunhamLehr/Farmhand loader. Jeremy Means Monroe 770-539-3405 Need used sickle mower that works. Stan Manous Hampton 404-392-0694 Small nonprofit organization working in Africa needs smaller model, good condition Massey-Ferguson tractors. Jan Porubsky Tucker 770-493-9004 Taylor Way; six-foot 270 series, rotary cutter, blades 32 inches. Terry Slaughter Hartwell 706-376-0048 Transmission D-6 Cat, 9-V oil clutch or dry clutch, need housing. Dale Anderson Elberton 706-283-2602 Two 400-19 front tires for old Ford tractor. James Peterson Monticello 470233-9592 Tye no-till drill for parts. Eli Garrett Statham 706207-2359 Want a front-end loader for a cab Ford 7710 and a old cotton wagon or watermelon wagon. Paul Smith Hazlehurst 478-952-3899 Want Krone 125 or 130 round baler, Pequea 710 hay fluffer or H&R fluffer. Billy Fountain Villa Rica 770-328-2966 Want six-foot pull type Bush Hog. Billy Arrington Dexter 912-977-5163 Want to buy a used dump trailer, reasonable price, any condition. Chris Huston Talking Rock 770-633-7776 Want to buy small farm tractor with belly mower, repairable, OK. Doyle Barnes Social Circle 678-481-5067 Wanted: Allis Chalmers rear rim that a 924 tire will fit. Marvin Fuller Lizella 478935-8380 Wanted: chicken plucker, need before Nov. 1. John Pell Fayetteville 770-9647935

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Baker windmill, 20x8 foot blade, Dempster windmill, 34x6 foot blade, Aermotor windmill, 60x8-foot blade. Jimmy Hardin Knoxville 478-361-3907 Bells: farm, school, church for sale: old ones and parts, also looking to buy bells. Shane Burnett Covington 770827-0999 Blue and white 55-gallon plastic drums, closed tops, two twist-off caps, food grade, other types sometimes available. Eugene Needham Loganville 770-466-4284 Canning supplies; copper wash, canning kettle with lid and stick; desk chair. Stan Gray Ellijay 706635-4535 Choretime feed pans, $1 each; rusty 5v. tin $3 each, used lumber free, you take all. Roger Flanagan Murrayville 706-864-6707 Clean 55-gallon metal drums with lids. David Crane Dahlonega 706-265-2559 Clean 55-gallon metal drums with lids; 1,000-gallon fiberglass tank. Leonard Crane Dawsonville 678-947-6744 404210-1516 Corn sheller, corn grinder, well bucket, pulley, tractor boom, manual post hole digger. Bill Fulton Blairsville 706-7457463 Corral panels: 12, 16 and 12-feet with four-foot gates, priced to sell. W. J Moore Conyers 770-480-2274 Cutting torch outfit; torch, bottles and cart; Victor torch, bottles approximately 75 percent full, $250. Glenn Ferguson Rome 706-2331218 Cutting torch welding tips, hoses, rolling dolly; four tanks, comjplete set. Ezzard E Frachiseur Commerce 706-3365880 Ditch Witch trencher, R-40; ride-on, less than 15 hours on new rebuilt fourcylinder Wisconsin engine, new tires, $4,500. Roy Pruitt Douglasville 770949-5453 770-595-7891 Eleven 10-foot livestock panels; two 4x8-foot gates, $440 each or $500 for all. Ralph Millsaps Jasper 770-891-1422 Farm lawn jockeys; cement standard size, heavy, black, green, red and white in color, $295 each. G. Gibson Dawsonville 678-595-2790 Fisher wood heater, Baby Bear, $400; excellent condition. H.T. Lyon Chamblee 770-891-3939 Five-foot metal chicken feeders, good shape; $19 each; 10 or more $15 each. Lynne Peterson Fairburn 770-365-4303 Flotec 1/2 horsepower,110/220 volt, shallow well pump irrigation, also new, cost $168; sell $120. John Barrett Blairsville 336-908-5404 For Sale: Old kitchen cooler that uses block ice, made of wood. Sam Smith Elberton 706-283-4170 For sale: two used 14-9x28 tractor tires, $125 each; two used 7.50x16 three-rib tractor tires, $25 each. Frank Bruce Boston 229-498-2665 Four stainless steel gas tanks with straps; four-gallon capacity, $10 each. Carl Dobson Atlanta/Decatur 404-2477343 Gas auger with four-inch bit, $175; 10-inch Craftsman pro table saw, $300; electric cement mixer, $250. Howard Aaron Forsyth 478-974-0970 Gas or diesel, Lincoln welders; diesel portable air compressor. B. Mixon McIntyre 478-946-2315 Gates: two 14-feet; two 12-feet; one 10-feet; $250 for all; 12 eight-foot posts, $100 for all. Ronald Rush Franklin 706812-5271 Greenhouse table base 4x12 feet, galvanized steel, $35. Lisa Dziedzic Barnesville 770-468-1402 Hand meat grinder; has a six-inch throat, new condition and two disk, $50. Curtis Barfield Gray 478-986-8852 478986-5924 Hawk wood burning stove insert; good condition, heavy steel, fits 30x11x24 inches, $350. Robert Holder Rydal 706629-9142 Heart pine lumber, all sizes; beams, six-inch lap siding, tongue and groove flooring, structures removed. Otis Brett Tennille 706-466-9035 Hen nests for sale; 12 all-metal nests per box, $40 per box. Lamar Bryant Cleveland 706-878-8509 Heritage stove, removed to use fireplace, $350, call for more info. Richard Bright Decatur 404-558-2764 404-2439607 Hooper goose-neck trailer, nine-ton, 8x20 feet, three axles, barn kept, equipment or hay, $3,000. Jimmy Rains LaFayette 706-638-3531

Woodmizer lumber,1x12 pine, poplar oak; trailer flooring, any thickness. Larry Moore Newnan 678-278-5709 Woodstove with chimney kit, great for shop, $300. Glenn Handrop Cumming 770-827-3026

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

Wanted: corn picker, pull type or mounted, also need corn sheller belt or power take-off. Larry Meyer Gainesville 404-242-8347 Wanted: Danuser power take-off, driven post driver; I will pick up in the Southeast. Nick Morris Ray City nwmroper@ 419-235-1476 Wanted: Model K32 or K42 roto tiller for a Kubota B6000E tractor. Charles Arp Fairburn 678-489-5699 678-571-7791 Wanted: Oxy acetylene cylinders for cutting torch for fair price. Gary Gill Buford 470-554-4246 Wanted: Pecan harvester, pefer Savage, interested in other pecan equipement. Harris Kimble Quitman 229-2635138 229-263-1365 Wanted: six-foot tractor-drawn rotary mower, heavy duty. George Moore Nashville 229-686-4202 229-686-2556 Wanted: Square bale accumulator and grappel. Mark Jones Zebulon 770-5844198 Will buy dairy equipment; milk silos, stainless tanks, curd mills, cheese molds; no dealers, need photos. Rogers Beasley Marietta rbeasley@theihcc. com 770-516-8313

FARM SUPPLIES If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. 1000 lbs. capacity bench scales; 1) Northern, $299; 1) Mettler -Toledo, $100. Tom Taunton Butler 478-862-3138 12 electric fence ceramic corner insulators, two-inch screw, 12-inch tension springs, four endline rochets; 75 insulator wood post. David Warren Warner Robins 478-988-8406 13.6-28 Multi-Trac 2100 rear tractor tire; R1, four-ply, excellent condition, $250. Joseph DeWitt, III Dearing 706-595-1299 140 pieces PVC pipe, 20 feet long, 2.5inch ID, 2.88-inch OD, $10. J. T. Chilton Rutledge 706-557-2555 15-gallon sprayer, like new, $50; small trailer with steel floor, 40x64 inches, $225, work table, 6x3x3 feet, $100. Dale Jones Flowery Branch 770-967-6948

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

2.5 horsepower John Lauson on cart, hit and miss motor, running, $650. W C Quarles Dawsonville 706-265-3732 20 H.P. Briggs + Stratton engine complete with starter; set up for John Deere, $600 cash. Wayne Head Jersey 770639-7791 20 to 30-gallon plastic drums, two bung plugs, 55-gallon metal lock ring, 55-gallon burn barrels, 55-gallon stainless, one 30-gallon washpot. Jimmy Cannon Canton 770-889-2342 25-kilowatt generator set engine, needs work, diesel, $1,000. David Dickson Rutledge 706-474-6956 250-gallon horizontal LP tank; delivery available. Dean Stringer Athens 706548-3315 26-gallon polymer spray tank with Sure-Flo pump, spray wand, tie down straps; $150. L. Nelson Ellaville 229937-2376 300-gallon plastic tank with metal cage, five-inch twist cap on top valve on bottom, $50. C. Stovall Dahlonega 678-491-0838 300-gallon propane tank just needs painting, $900 or best offer. Harley Payne Dahlonega hershellpayne202@ 404-205-0996 678-316-8518 30x40x10-foot Red Iron, i-beam type steel building, $7,900. David Prater Valdosta 770-686-1917 36-volt crown fork lift with charger, $1,500. Raymond Long Loganville 770466-2435 451 New Holland cycle bar hay mower with extra blade teeth and parts, great condition; always kept inside, $850. James Gunn Rutledge 706-557-1494 500-gallon propane tank, new parts, paint, and has 10 percent gas, $500. Jeff Caudell Clarkesville 706-839-7601 500-pound propane gas tank; asking $400. James Berry Conyers 770-6871415 55-gallon drums; closed top, two twist off caps, white, black and blue; $8 to $12 each. Gerald Hayes Flowery Branch 470-208-0309 75 fence post; 4x4x8 inches’; treated, in good condition, $5.75 each; cash. Royce Brooks Acworth 770-378-2564

Irrigation system: 2,400 feet; four-inch twist lock pipe, 15 rain bird sprinklers, No. 70 elbow, other supplies, $6,000. Dan Skipper Ludowici 912-545-9566 912-294-5901 Kohler fast-response generator, 50 kilowatt model, 50RZ62 with automatic transfer switch, natural gas, like new, 960 hours, $8,500. Tom Wilkie Jasper 770-893-8305 Large horizontal Scotchman bandsaw; model SH1419 220 volt, three phase, four new blades; 15-inch rolling table; $7,400 OBO. Clint Martin Vienna 478230-3030 Locust posts, rails and oak lumber. Eugene Cook Blairsville 706-745-8724 706-897-5828 Log splitter; two large double acting cylinders, HD pump and control valve and hoses for log splitter, $150. Bob Marriott Concord 770-355-4103 Looking for one 10x10x6 chain-link fence panel. Kay Simms Rome 706252-1361 Manure spreader, small, like new, $1,200 OBO. Kimsey Black Braselton 770-967-3095 770-561-1037 Meat cleaver, broad axe, two cowhide bottom chairs, turpentine dip bucket, unused iron heater. Russell Jewell Waycross 912-283-8871 Metal cattle gate wanted; eight to 10 feet. Wayne Kitchens Jackson 678925-0857 Miller Knuth, plumbers tool, power hack saw, in working order, $95 firm. Harold Lee Canton 404-786-6059 New trailer mover, heavy duty, fits all size tractors; three-point hitch, $150. V Felkel Millen 912-682-5813 Old log house, excellent condition; delivery and set-up available, anywhere. Kerry Hix Chatsworth 706-695-6431 One beam scales, used to weigh cotton; 150-pound M.G. weight, $60. Pearl Nolan Rocky Face 706-673-4992 PU F350 short bed liner, $25; F150 long bed topper, $25, cow stall water cup, $15. Coston Powell Griffin 770826-7049 Purplish-grey slate mantel, bench, one inch thick, hand-beveled, five feet long,12 inches wide, $400 OBO. Sam Saliba Jr. Marietta 770-514-1431 Roofing metal, used, various lengths, 75 cents per foot. M. Johnson Stockbridge 770-474-8965 Sears aluminum fiber coating for roofs and mobile homes, 15 gallons, $100. E. G Johnson Lawrenceville 770-9632782 Seven sheets; tempered glass, 74 inches long, 32 inches wide, $125. Wilford Fincher Flovilla 770-775-7100 Shed, shelter, coop; 8x12 feet; wood, metal roof; freshly painted and window opens; you pick up, $800. Patricia Chatov Rutledge 706-557-1717 Shenandoah Shen Glow radiant brooders, zone controlled pilot style, $30 each. Julie Alliston Buckhead 706485-6067 Six grain bins; 10,000 bushels each; size 24x24 feet; call between 7 and 9 p.m. Richard Auldridge Blythe 706-5924042 Three-point Cat I Fimco; 25-gallon sprayer, with boom and handgun, good condition, $275. Miles Hess Fitzgerald 706-983-0387 Titan 16.9x24 eight-ply R1 tractor tire, long bar, short bar, new $850; no text, call before 9 p.m. John Seay Woodstock 770-924-4510 Truck fuel tank, slides under tool box with pump, $125. James Ray Jasper 770-893-7030 Two 250-gallon plastic water tanks in metal cage, five-inch twist of capk, letout valve at botton, $50 each. Charlie Hayes Stephens 706-759-3676 Two old kerosene or fuel oil tanks with pumps; rectangular in shape, 2x4 feet, $100 each; both $150. Mac Callihan Cleveland 706-892-8641 706-219-3680 Walking freezer cooler; freezer 8x5 feet; cooler 5x5 feet, meat grinder, 115 volts. M Mammoth Fairburn 770-9690151 Wanted: 2 gal. nursery pots; large quantity, must be in good conditon. Lucille Browder Waynesboro 706-8332444 Wanted: 300, 500-gallon fuel tank; must have bottom outlet; no junk. Ed Fennell Braswell 770-684-6112 Wanted: hog feeders, good condition, reasonably priced. Sibby Green Bremen 678-372-0782 Wood burning stove for sale: great condition. Peggy Griffin Clarkesville 706-768-8417

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

Cattle If you have any questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. 10 Angus heifers; bred to low birth weight Angus bull, will calve April 2014, nice, gentle, $1,650 each. Tyler Maney Baldwin 706-886-9551 706-968-0347 10 Black Angus heifers; farm raised, bred to IBW Angus bull with top bloodlines. Don Hudgins Marietta 404-886-6849 12-month-old black SimAngus heifers; all shots current. Jeff Cann Dewy Rose 678-936-3564 706-245-5003 12-year-old purebred Angus bull, very gentle, Predestined grandson, vaccinated, $1,500. C. W Herndon Brunswick 912-222-9446 15 Black Angus bred to calve in March and April, $1,250; Angus and Brangus bulls, $1,800 and $1,500. Alan Williams Milan 229-315-1261 2-year-old Angus cross bull; big, beautiful, burly, extremely gentle, has bred with 10 percent success, $1,500. Bob Grisel Hoschton 706-658-4713 2-year-old Jersey bull and choice of two heifers, $1,200 firm or $500 each heifer; Buena Vista. Michael King Box Springs 706-573-9474 2-year-old polled Hereford and F1 Braford bulls with performance data. Jonny Harris Odum 912-586-6585 20 registered Black Angus bulls, seven registered bred Black Angus heifers, 12 registered bred Black Angus cows. Fred Blitch Statesboro 912-865-5454 23 bred commercial Brangus cows; 10 bred registered Brangus heifers; Brangus and Angus bulls for sale. Paul Roberts Hogansville 678-378-4697 25 open heifers; checked OK by vet; weaned; two rounds of vaccinations; buyer takes all $1,175. Brett Rowden Bishop 706224-2723 706-296-9322 3-year-old Angus bull, 5050 son, beef value over 93, $3,000; yearling bulls by 5050 and Predestined. Anthony Boyett Reidsville 912-557-6240 30 regd. polled Hereford hefiers,12 months old, and service age bulls, shots and wormed, $1600 and up. Brad Mullins Martin 706-491-7556 35 Baldie heifers; 90 days bred, more than 900 pounds, will start calving in March. Mickey Carnes Waverly 31565 6-month-old Angus bull, GAR Precision and 878, $700. Paul Beck Cedartown 706-506-2434 96 young black cows and heifers, bred to low birth weight Angus bulls; will divide. Connie Walker Pearson 912-4228100 AI Angus cross heifers; due at the end of October, $1,800. Albert Collins Lyons 912-240-2264 Beefmaster bulls, 7 to 8 months old, some polled, one black-white face, good quality, $1,200 and up. Jack Harden Carrollton 770-639-3726 Beefmaster bulls; 1-year-olds, $1,000; 4-year-old, $2,000; registered polled red exceptional offspring. Sonny Bettis Blairsville 404-642-4275 Black Angus bulls; 1 to 3 years old; AI’d to Objective and GAR5050; calving ease, docile. Schwock Homer 404-7359524 Black Angus bulls; have two, one with white on face, 2 years old, parents on site, $800 each. Barry Cowan Covington 770-480-5775 Black Angus bulls; registered AI sires by WarParty, 8180-004, MittyFocus, LeadOn, RetailProduct,15 months, January. Gary Autry Ringgold 423-9025925 Black cow with half-Beefmaster bull calf at side; exposed to Santa Gertrudis bull, $1,500. John Broadwell Rutledge 678-296-6139 Brangus bull; 8 months old, 600 pounds, $900. Russell Stephens Wrightsville 478-290-1162 Brangus steers; five steers, 800 to 900 pounds each, $995 each. Anthony Whitworth Martin 770-597-9804

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2013 Bull: registered Balancer bull for sale; 4 years old; 50 percent Red Angus, 50 percent Gelbvieh, $2,000 firm. Ron Ward Elberton 706-498-2484 Bulls: Angus and SimAngus; 1 to 2 years old; small group yearling Angus replacement heifers, open. Henry Terhune Fort Valley 478-825-1911 Bulls: Red Brahman, Simmental and Simbrah; weaning and breeding age; few cows and heifers. Cliff Adams Bowdon 770-258-2069 Calving ease, milking ability, gentleness, registered polled Shorthorn bulls, show heifers, steers, excellent quality, Club Calf member. Ken Bridges Commerce 706-768-3480 Charolais bulls; breeding age, easy calving, good EPDs, $2,000 each. Marshall Bennett Adel 229-300-3164 Five Black Angus cows: one Brangus (8 years), one Angus-Hereford (8 years), two Angus (3 years), one Brangus (2 years); $6,500. Mark Woodham Madison 404-379-8037 For Sale: three polled Hereford heifers, approximately 8 months old; two polled Hereford bulls, approximately 8 months old. Henry Crosby Baxley 912367-4517 Gelbvieh bulls; all registered purebred, bred for easy calving and fast growth. John Kiss Gainesville 770-531-1126 Hereford bulls for sale; yearlings and 2-year-olds, horned and polled, several good bloodlines. Michael Bennett Cumming 404-771-5454 Hereford cross bull, approximately 500 pounds; born March 29, 2013; sire on premises; $650, nice. S. Sewell Elberton 706-283-5817 Jersey milk cow; 8 years old; big producer built like a tank, very tame hand, machine milked, $900. Priscilla Freeman Calhoun 770-241-0233 Limousin bulls; double polled and double black; Lim-Flex bulls, all shots and work health guaranteed. Larry Howard Flintstone 423-596-3819 Nurse cows; 3 to 6 years old; hand milked, gentle, $1,000 each; will have bottle bull dairy calves soon. Mike Preston Blakely 229-723-5069 Performance-tested black full-blood Simmental, SimAngus bulls, cow-calf pairs, heifers; AI, embryo bred, easy calving, high milk, satisfaction guaranteed. Milton Martin Jr. Clarkesville 770519-0008 Polled Hereford bulls, 20 to 36 months old, top bloodlines. James Jeanes Gray 478-972-0912 Polled, full Hereford bulls, 8 to10 months old, very gentle, pasture raised. Kim Pohle Milner 678-588-9101 Purebred black Angus bulls,10 to 12 months, $1,000 each. Roy Millsap Summerville 770-891-0486 Purebred Simmentals, 10 to 11 months old, five heifers, $900 each; two bulls, $1,000 each; no registration papers; vaccinated. Greg Callaway Washington 706-401-0265 Registered Angus bulls, 24 to 25 months old, semen tested and docile. John Stuedemann Comer 706-2022371 Registered Angus bulls, late 2012 birthdate, bloodline, ABS Emblazon, $2,000. L&R Farms Swainsboro 478494-4150 478-289-7711 Registered Black Angus bull born Nov. 21, 2008; 100 percent calf crop, last three years, calving ease; delivery. Alvah Adams Byron 478-956-5843 478-7140248 Registered Black Angus bull; 19 months old; registered Hereford bull, 3 years old; young bull, 8 months old. David Ray Rydal 770-607-3011 Registered Black Angus bulls starting at $1,800; 19 months, 1,200-plus pounds; forage raised and calving ease. Elizabeth Patton Hawkinsville 478-9571677 Registered Black Angus bulls; New Design and War Alliance bloodlines, $1,200. Eugene Ridley LaFayette 706764-6110 Registered Brangus bull, 5 years old, excellent breeder, gentle; great heifer bull also, 15 months, full Brangus bull. Tommy Walker Rockmart 770-6846150 678-684-9770 Registered Charolais and Angus bulls; over 100 bulls to pick from, majority are AI, embryo transfer. Stephen Cummings Marshallville 478-396-5832 Registered Charolais bulls, purebred Simmental bulls, breeding age, gentle. Adam Marsh Statesboro 912-536-1430

FARMERS AND CONSUMERS MARKET BULLETIN Registered Hereford yearling bulls and heifers, pasture ready, September and December bulls to choose from. Tim Parks Ellijay 706-635-2531 Registered Limousin bull; homozygous black, 3 years old; Loadstar bloodline, ready to work, $2,500. Kip Jones LaFayette 706-639-3982 Registered polled Hereford bull, gentle, 4 years old, great bloodline (Victor); calves on property. Joey Yasinski Senoia 770-251-1408 770-252-0833 Registered polled Hereford bulls, gentle, rugged pasture raised, easy calving, 20 to 23 months old, good EPDs and bloodlines. Bobby Brantley Tennille 478-553-8598 478-552-9328 Registered polled Hereford bulls, good EPDs, ultrasound carcass, info provided, herd certified and accredited. Larry Lane Carrollton 678-378-5170 Registered Simmental bulls; red or black, 12 to 24 months, $3,500 and up. Andrew Davis 5652 Lakeview Rd Statesboro 30461 912-536-5868 Scottish Highlands cow, calf, unrelated bull; moving, freezer full, must sell, $750 each, $1,800 for three. David Severson Rockmart David@rareearthconcrete. com 678-757-9373 Service-aged purebred Black Angus, black-Simmental bulls, extensive A-I breeding experience; registered Simmental heifers, open and bred. Billie Clanton Odum 912-221-1383 912-5862388 Seven bred heifers, $1,250 each; five cows with small calves, $1,750 each. Clay Washburn Macon 478-718-6263 Simmental, SimAngus bulls;1 to 2 years old, black, $2,000 to $3,000, low birth weight, AI sires, excellent EPDs. Chet Barrett Mt Airy 706-499-8008 Six purebred Black Angus open heifers for sale. Jake Stewart Alma 912-2186597 912-632-5652 Six purebred Simmental heifers and bull, all black, three heifers have white face. Kirk Little Lyons 912-326-3512 Six registered polled Beefmaster heifers,12 months. Wayne Farmer Oxford 770-786-6469 Superior herd of registered Charolais cattle, starter herd, service age bulls, delivery available. Bobby Burch Eastman 478-718-2128 Two baldie bulls; Line One Domino x Brangus; ready for light service; ideal for black cows, $1,500 each. Fred Greer Mansfield 770-787-3392 Two Black Angus registered bulls; gentle, 3 years old, $1,800 and $2,000. Patrick Broder Stockbridge 404-401-6134 Two registered Angus bulls, 21 and 20 months old, great pedigrees, $1,700 each. Jeannetta Shipp Royston 706245-8866 Two registered Herefords, 10 months old, one bull and one cow, all shots and wormed, pasture raised, good bloodline. Mike Ward Summerville 706862-2405 Two registered weaned Angus bulls for sale, $1,500 OBO. Eddie Aderholdt Eastanollee 706-599-1429 Two Zebu bull calves for sale, $150 each or $200 for both. Jan Hanson Waynesboro 706-558-1015

Swine If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. Swine moving from farm to farm must have a negative brucellosis and pseudorabies test within the past 30 days before they are moved whenever there is a change of ownership. Exceptions are swine from a validated brucellosis-free and qualified pseudorabies-free herd. Buyers are urged to request proof of a negative brucellosis and pseudorabies test prior to purchase. 11-week-old pigs; Yorkshire, Tamworth, $50 each; bred sows, $150; 1 1/2 boar, $150; must sell all. Randy Adcock Monroe 678-635-8701 7 and 9-week-old pigs for sale. David Lingefelt Canton 770-480-6177 All ages, breeds, and sizes; fill that freezer for the winter; have fresh pork all year. Angel Pollan Barnesville 770-713-2280 Duroc pigs born July 1, 2013; registered barrows and gilts, $50 and up. Timothy May Tennille 478-232-3410 Free: Boar hog, pure white Landrace, 4 years old, you pick up. Bobby Floyd 253 Bobby Floyd Rd Forsyth 31029 478-394-1325 Hampshire-Yorkshire cross pigs. Tammy Anderson Elberton 770-403-8964

Looking to purchase a male pot bellied pig, small framed, breeding age. R W Sapp Adrian 478-668-4348 Miniature pigs: mention ad for $200 discount; superior bloodlines, visit our website; email Hope Bennett Cleveland 706-348-7279 Ossabaw Island pigs; ages 8 weeks to 18 months old, $125 to $250; pastured raised, grass-fed. Katie Branch Bishop 706-296-5198 Pigs: Yorkshire, Duroc, 6 weeks old, $50; leave message. Josh Bulloch Manchester 404-484-9686 Purebred Berkshire pigs, 8 weeks, pasture raised or will feed out with deposit. Laura Fokes Byromville 229-9384597 Registered reat black piglets for sale; great meat and temperament, asking $300 per piglet; 11 available. Lance Barrett Suches 706-747-2003 Spotted black on white pot bellied sow; 1 year old, $150. Fran Curry 801 Unity Church Circle Maysville 30558 706-652-3409 Two registered large black breeding age boars and two registered large black female pigs. Ed Shealey Douglasville 678-794-9118 Yorkshire boar, 2.5 years old, $375. Nelda Corson Milner 678-859-6074

Goats And Sheep If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. 1 to 1.5-year-old pureblood male Nubian goat, dehorned, no papers, bottle fed, friendly likes to be pet, brushed $100. AJ Hayes Douglasville 404-5671192 100 percent Boer bucks, does for sale, championship bloodlines, Tarzan T66, Warlord, Tarma, ready for breeding. Susan Bragg Conyers 404-375-3401 100 percent Kiko billies, 9 months, ready for light breeding, black brown. William Landress Social Circle 678414-2505 18-month-old billy, mixed Boer, $125. W. W Abney Franklin 770-253-0263 5-year-old Boer billy; proven breeder, very gentle, must sell to prevent inbreeding, $225. Tim Stanfield Tyrone 770-964-0574 ADGA American Saanen doelings, born April and May from CAE, brucelosis, and TB-free herd, $450. Susan McPherson Buford 678-618-9728 ADGA Nubian does, start at $300, CAE-free, bottle raised, good bloodlines. Lisa Rees Good Hope 770-2678279 ADGA Saanen milker, $500; five does and one buck (8 months old) $350 each, excellent bloodlines. Scott Mallory Commerce 706-400-8029 ADGA three nice does and three bucks for sale; bucks not registered, from closed herd. Pat Rash Summerville 706-862-2718 Babydoll rams; black and white, all Mock registered, $150 cash. Dianne Westbrook Crawford wdw3252@msn. com 706-540-0633 Barbados and Katahdin sheep for sale; breeding rams and ewes. Richard Grebel Albany 229-436-0736 229-869-2547 CAGBA registered colored Angora goats, does, bucks, red and black, handspinning fiber. Tina Evans Taylorsville 770-324-4380 Dorper ram lambs for sale and two fullblood Dorper rams for sale, registered with ADSBS. Shannon Copeland Odum 912-586-2319 912-294-2983 Dorper-Katahdin crossed yearling ewes and rams, 6-month-old ewe lambs. Tommy Connell Statesboro 912-687-0269 912-764-7693 Fainting (Myotonic) percentage does, registered, healthy, vaccinated, ready to breed, registered fullblood buck. Harriet O’Rear Cloudland 706-398-0858 706-398-0858 Fainting Myotonic goats; registered, small, healthy, vaccinated, etc., weanlings, young adults, disbudded, polled, silkies and others. Marsha Kelly Newnan 770-251-8896 Four nice goats for sale. Aubrey New Kennesaw 404-694-1828 Full blood Savanna meat goat bucks, 7 to 9 months, $700 to $900; DNA certified and ID chips. Gerald Freeman Martin 706491-6555 Full-blood Boer bucks and does for sale; good bloodlines, email or leave message. Stanley Dockery Young Harris 706745-9899


High percentage Boer goats, five females, four males, $700. Jimmie Mize Greensboro 706-453-2451 Kiko black buck, 100 percent New Zealand, sire is Sonny Boy, $700. Ken Hatley Zebulon 770-358-1300 Large billy goat, dehorned, good breeder, $150; small billy goat, $100. Terry Brewer Loganville 770-466-4820 Male Pygmy goats for sale, $75 and $60. Donald Dyches Savannah marie@ 912-429-0720 912-9279777 Nigerian dwarf buck, born in June, bottle raised, disbudded, can be triple registered, pictures at lickskilletfarm@, $200. Mandy Adams Greensboro 404606-2188 Nubian doe and Surge milking machine with vacuum pump; makes milking easy. George Bentley West Green 229-977-5201 Oberhasli buck; ADGA registered, 3 years old, beautiful, well-built goat, excellent breeding stock, $350 OBO. Jonathan Frazier Douglasville fraz2129@ 404-431-2638 Purebred Angora goat, herd sire, ready to breed, $85. Roger Payton Elberton 706-498-1126 Pygmy goat does breed; one buck, $75; does; asking, $175, babies must go with mom. Teresa Brady Martin 706969-0901 Savanna-Nubian cross buck, 20 months old, disbudded, praven breeder, nice kids, certified and accredited, CAE free, $400. Willie Young Stockbridge 770-490-4287 Spanish bucks, Low Country x Baylis, born January and February 2013, $250. Susan Peach Maysville 706-658-6033 Wanted: goat milking stand with head catch. Carol Williams Iron City 239-784-7887 Young Pygmy billy for sale, $50; friendly, black, dewormed; good for breeding, eating or companion. Molly Dobbins Dacula 404-926-6559

Equine For Sale If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. All equine advertised in the Market Bulletin must have had a negative Coggins test within past 12 months. Negative reports are valid for 12 months from the sample date. A copy of this test report must accompany the ad each time it is submitted or the notice will be returned to the advertiser. For this reason, generalized ads (i.e., many horses, varieties to choose from, others, etc.) cannot be accepted. Buyers are urged to request verification of a negative Coggins test before purchasing any equine. Any falsification of Coggins tests can result in fines and/ or suspension of advertising privileges in the Market Bulletin. This regulation also applies to equine advertised in the “At Stud” and “Boarding” categories of the quarterly equine editions. 10-year-old black and white draft gelding;16 hands; pull wagon, cart; single, double ride trails, $2,500; Appalachian pony, $350. James Carnes Sparta 478456-0915

10-year-old standard bred gelding; Amish trained, wagon and harness, $2,000. Brock McNeely Davisboro 478-348-3380 4-year-old female Quarter horse, $500 OBO; broke and trained by horse trainer, must pick up; no delivery. Dwight Morgan Stockbridge 678-467-3844 4-year-old gelding bay; growing, good hooves; ready to be broken; tack available, possible trade. Becky Arrendale Franklin 678-877-7801 Donkey; standard size, female, very gentle, great pasture guards; delivery available; I-75, exit 201. Harry Lewis Jackson 678-773-5211 770-775-3434 Miniature donkeys: jack or breeding jack, $200; baby jenny, $300; jenny, $400; bred jenny, $500. Bill Wray Perry 478-825-1297 Mule, 7 years old, 14.5 hands, bay, gelding, $800. Tom Tweedell Athens 706-549-9456 One pair registered Haflinger mares, one purebred stud, good home only, also farm equipment for sale. Manson Woody White Plains 706-467-9655 Quarter Horse mare, approximately 18 years and 15 hands, barefoot, vaccinations current; barrels, trail, intermediate rider, $750. Sharon Everett Douglasville 404-925-2984 Quarter horse,10 years old; halter broken, some round pen, needs experienced owner; current negative Coggins. Vallorie Wood Lithia Springs vallorie@ 770-948-8581 404-3748477 Registered Tennesee Walking Horse, mare, 7 years; black, white tobiano, beautiful, loads well; needs good rider, $2,500. Brenda Culver Macon 478-456-4998 Riding pony, chocolate in color, 42 inches tall, gentle ride with saddle and bridle or bare back, $600. J Wilkes Athens 706-207-9366 Tennessee Walking Horse: 11-year-old mare,16-plus hands, trail horse or perspective brood mare, $3,500 firm, must see. Ruth Williams Brunswick 912-6022909

Equine Miscellaneous If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. Amish-made Henry Miller Buena Vista Plantation trail saddle; 5 years old, looks like Australian, Western saddle, $800. Rhonda Chitwood Resaca rchitwood@ 706-264-0765 Four-tier saddle rack, $50, bridles, bits, blankets, breast collars, etc., various tack and equipment; cheap. Eddie Hatcher Comer 706-783-3818 Old Orr horse-drawn wagon, repaired, has bows and tarp to make covered wagon. Floann Sidders Waverly Hall 706-905-9884 Still looking for “Doc,” old swayback barrel horse. Roger Keebaugh Gainesville 770869-7941 Three-saddle rack stand, heavy duty metal, picture available, $150. Lesa Camp Griffin 770-412-7157

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TAKE 5: Georgia’s agricultural commodity commissions 1. What is an agricultural commodity commission? An agricultural commodity commission is a producer-approved and funded program with the purpose of supporting research, education and promotion of its specific commodity.   2. What are the commodity commissions in Georgia, and who is in charge of them? Currently, there are 13 commodity commissions in Georgia. These include a commission for apples, blueberries, cotton, milk, peaches, soybeans, tobacco, pecans, corn, vegetables, equines, beef and one for Georgia Grown. All commissions are governed by a board of five producer members and two ex-officio members, the commissioner of agriculture and the president of Georgia Farm Bureau. 


3. Are there any new agricultural commodity commissions in the works? Two of the above mentioned commissions were recently formed.  Both the ACC for Beef and the ACC for Georgia Grown were created in 2013.

4. How can industry groups start a commodity commission? The first step in formation is to have the Georgia General Assembly create a board of producers for a specific commodity, known as “the commission.” However, before this commission can begin to develop research, education and promotion materials, a marketing order for that crop must be approved by those who would be affected by this order. A marketing order gives the commission the authority to assess the growers to help raise funds. After a public hearing is held, a referendum is put in place amongst the affected producers in order for the growers to vote in favor or not in favor of imposing the marketing order. If the order is passed by grower approval, then the commission can begin to implement the research, education and promotion programming for that commodity.  5. What is the Department’s role with agricultural commodity commissions? The Department of Agriculture plays a couple of important roles in the commodity commission. First of all, the commissioner of agriculture holds a seat on each commodity commission as an ex-officio member. The Department of Agriculture also oversees and performs many of the commission’s administrative duties. Nathan Wilson is the commodity promotions manager for the Georgia Department of Agriculture’s Marketing Division.

GUEST COLUMN: 2013 Georgia Clean Day Pesticides in leaking containers or improperly disposed of can cause irreparable damage to the environment by contaminating water supplies or harming humans and wildlife. Some of the pesticides used in the past are no longer legal to use and are now in need of proper disposal. To combat this problem, the Georgia Department of Agriculture WILEY created a waste pesticide disposal program called Georgia Clean Day. Georgia Clean Day gives Georgia farms, consumers and anyone else an opportunity to discard old, unusable or cancelled pesticides in an environmentally safe manner at no charge. The 2013 Georgia Clean Day program was an incredible success. Using funds provided by the Environmental Protection Agency, the Georgia Department of Agriculture was able to host five events throughout the state with the help of local University of Georgia Cooperative Extension agents. The 2013 Georgia Clean Day program kicked off on Jan. 31 at a local agricultural center in Washington, Ga. The event was designed for individuals within and surrounding Wilkes County, but interest for the event was so great that the news spread to 38 north Georgia counties. Nearly 100 people pre-registered for the event and combined they brought 27,000 pounds of waste pesticide for disposal. Individuals involved with the event included farmers, pest control operators, landscapers, nursery and greenhouse operations, UGA research scientists and even the Atlanta Botanical Gardens. Next, Georgia Clean Day traveled to Pierce County to an event at Griffin’s Warehouse feed and seed store FARMERS & CONSUMERS MARKET BULLETIN (ISSN 0889-5619) is published biweekly by the Georgia Department of Agriculture 19 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive Atlanta, GA 30334-4250 404-656-3722 • Fax 404-463-4389 Office hours 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday

in Blackshear, Ga. We only had 30 participants preregister for this event, but they stunned us when they filled two 18-wheelers with more than 34,000 pounds of waste pesticide for disposal. Participants ranged from homeowners that wanted to get rid of an old bag of seven dust to a farmer that brought us more than 30 drums of furadan. Over the course of the next seven months the Georgia Clean Day program hosted events in Colquitt County, Gwinnett County and finally ended in Peach County. The program had an extraordinary effect on the amount of waste pesticide sitting idle in basements and barns throughout the state and was appreciated by all who attended. In total this year’s Georgia Clean Day Program had 260 participants from 113 Georgia counties and collected more than 168,000 pounds of waste pesticide. Since beginning the program in 1995, the Georgia Department of Agriculture and its partners have disposed of over 2 million pounds of waste pesticides that otherwise might end up in the wrong hands or contaminating the environment. Unfortunately, funding for this program was steadily cut starting in 2003. Funding for the program was continuously cut year after year despite its success, until it was completely defunded in 2007. This year is the first time the department was able to secure grant money for the program since 2007. If you would like more information about Georgia Clean Day or would like to have a collection event hosted in your area, please contact your local Extension agent or the Georgia Department of Agriculture’s pesticide program. Joshua Wiley is a regulatory program manager for the Georgia Department of Agriculture pesticide section. Gary W. Black, Commissioner MARKET BULLETIN STAFF Dallas Duncan, editor Gerrie Fort, circulation manager Merlissa Smith, customer services specialist


agriCULTURE Letter from the Editor

Whew! October, as most of you in agriculture know, is breathtaking. It’s breathtaking because of the beautiful fall foliage beginning to appear in our gardens, our backyards and the Georgia mountains. It’s breathtaking because some mornings we walk out of our houses to head to work or to the barn and the shock of cool fall air quite literally takes our breath away. But it’s also breathtaking because there’s so much going on in agriculture, sometimes it’s hard to catch a breath! The month kicked off with the Georgia National Fair in Perry, Ga. Tens of thousands of visitors came through the gates to show livestock, visit rabbits and cavies, see cooking demonstrations and shop for Georgia Grown products. The annual 10-day event featured rides that soared to breathtaking heights, entertainment (Did anyone ride a sheep? I wish I was 6 years old again, because I would so be on that!) and food galore. It was so hard to walk away from funnel cakes, the gourmet caramel apples and fried everything. I did acquiesce and enjoy maple bacon gelato and my yearly stop at the VFW kiosk for a delicious ribeye sandwich. And this week, the fun doesn’t stop. Another fantastic Sunbelt Agricultural Exposition kicked off in Moultrie on Oct. 15 and this year’s event promises to be better than ever. Livestock handling demonstrations, the antique tractor parade, field demos … just like the fair, it’s enough to take your breath away! In addition to the two events mentioned above, this month is home to food festivals, harvest celebrations, agritourism events and more. But somehow, everyone in agriculture manages to, as the popular signs say, “Keep Calm and Carry On,” despite the breathtaking flurry of October events. I wanted to take a moment and thank everyone who spends days (and, in the case of this month, weeks!) at these events, sharing their agribusiness, products and, in the end, Georgia agriculture with so many consumers. These are long days and there are a lot of them, and I just have to say how much I appreciate everyone working doubly and triply hard promoting our amazing industry without question. The folks who man these booths and do these demonstrations probably start out with welcoming smiles at 9 a.m., and still when you walk by at 4 p.m., they’re saying hello and inviting you to come sit down and chat for a while. It’s such a great atmosphere, and it’s so encouraging to see those in the food and fiber industries have this attitude toward promoting and educating about agriculture. So many people who are so passionate about what they do and how they do it that they work from sunup to sundown to share their industry … I gotta say, it’s kind of a breathtaking sight. 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. FIND GEORGIA’S BEST


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ARTY’S GARDEN: Fall is for planting Fall is the ideal time to Visiting Georgia nurseries plant most trees, shrubs and in the fall also gives you the perennials in Georgia. This opportunity to see some plants comes as a surprise to many you may have missed in the people, especially those who spring. Late-bloomers such have moved from up north and as trycirtis and native asters think only of fall as the time that didn’t look like much in to clean away debris from the April are now in full glory. summer garden and prepare for Seeing them may convince winter’s cold. you to aim for having a garden Here in Georgia, root that is as filled with flowers in growth on hardy plants conautumn as it is in spring and tinues in the fall and into early summer. winter. With the soil still warm With benefits for the plants enough to allow root growth as well as for you and your and the cool air temperatures pocketbook, follow the advice discouraging top growth, a fallof horticulturists throughout planted tree, shrub or perennial the Peach State: fall is for can put its energies into laying planting! down a foundation of roots that Other chores gardeners will supply water and nutrishould attend to in the fall are: ents during the rapid period of l Keep birdbaths filled. Trycirits hirta, or hairy toad lily, produces exotic- Species migrating back to spring top growth and during looking flowers in the fall. Autumn is the ideal hot, dry summer weather. It the tropics especially need a time to plant it and other perennials, trees and will be better prepared to deal source of fresh water. shrubs. with these challenges than its l Set out pansies and spring-planted counterparts which will be putting out violas for continuous blooms all winter. leaves and growing on top while they are also trying l Bring in houseplants. Don’t wait until frost is to establish roots. This is why spring-planted specipredicted. Begin bringing them in when night temmens always require more watering their first spring peratures are consistently in the 50s. and summer than those planted in the fall. l Begin dormancy treatment for amaryllises. Although trees, shrubs and perennials can be l Mulch around shrubs and other plants with planted any time the ground is not frozen, do yourself fallen leaves. and your plants a favor by planting in the fall. With l Plant spring-blooming bulbs such as daffodils, reduced water usage, you may even save some money tulips and hyacinths. Don’t be afraid to try something by having a lower water bill. you’ve never tried before. Another advantage of fall planting is that it frees Arty Schronce is the Department’s resident gardenmore time in the spring to do other things such as ing expert. He’s a lifelong gardener and a horticulture fighting the season’s onslaught of weeds or planting graduate of North Carolina State University who enand sowing summer-flowering annuals and the spring courages everyone to discover the pleasures of plants vegetable garden. and gardening.



Skillet turnip greens with and apple and bacon

Ingredients: 8 bacon slices 1 pound chopped turnip greens or other greens 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar 1/4 cup thinly sliced Vidalia onion

1/3 cup apple juice 1.5 cups diced apple, such as Gala, Granny Smith or other cooking apple Salt and pepper to taste

Instructions: 1. Cook bacon in a large skillet until crispy. Remove from pan and reserve one to two teaspoons of bacon drippings. Crumble bacon and set aside. 2. Sauté onion over medium-high heat. Add greens and cook until slightly wilted. 3. Add vinegar and apple juice. Cover and cook for 10 minutes. 4. Add diced apple, salt and pepper, and cook about five minutes or until tender. Sprinkle with bacon and serve warm. All recipes have been tested for accuracy by Georgia Department of Agriculture home economists unless otherwise noted. Share your favorite recipes with us! Send recipes to dallas.duncan@ or to Dallas Duncan, Georgia Market Bulletin, 19 MLK Jr. Drive SW Atlanta, GA 30334. If you have questions, concerns or corrections to featured recipes, call 404-656-3722. For more recipes, find us on Pinterest and watch cooking in action on our “Pick, Cook, Keep” series at!

PROFILE: State Farm Bureau partners with Georgia Grown and more From Page 1

Ray D’Alessio of the Georgia Farm Monitor and Department Home Economist Marcia Crowley team up monthly to bring Georgia Grown “Meals from the Field” to RFD-TV. Screenshot courtesy of Georgia Farm Bureau on YouTube

gram, President Zippy Duvall said. “Since 1985, GFB has offered the Certified Farm Market Program, which directs consumers to bona fide producers of locally grown products and agritourism activities,” said Brandon Ashley, GFB commodities specialist. “Supporting Georgia Grown is another way in which GFB serves our members and helps direct Georgians to locations to buy Georgia products.” The markets are located across the state, he added. “What we want to accomplish is to make people aware of local products they can buy directly from the farmer rather than buying products that come from out of state or another country,” Duvall said. Another way GFB promotes Georgia Grown commodities

is a partnership between its Women’s Leadership Committee and Farm Bureau’s Ag in the Classroom Program, which will visit schools this year to teach students about healthy eating and the advantages of purchasing Georgia Grown products. GFB also partners with the Department to produce a monthly cooking segment, called “Meals from the Field,” featuring Georgia Grown products. “These cooking segments highlight a different in-season commodity each month and spotlight members of the Georgia Grown and GFB’s Certified Farm Market Program,” Ashley said. “’Meals from the Field’ segments air on the Georgia Farm Monitor, which is seen all over the state and nationally on RFD-TV. These cooking segments are also posted to YouTube and featured in our monthly e-newsletter.”

LEGAL NOTICE: Equine auction set for Nov. 9 Pursuant to section 4-13-7 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated (Humane Care for Equines Act), the Georgia Department of Agriculture will conduct a live auction on the following equine. The auction will be held Saturday, Nov. 9, 2013, at the Mansfield Impound Barn in Mansfield, Ga. The said equine may be inspected at the facility beginning at 10 a.m. Pictures of the equine will be posted, when available, on the Department website. Sealed bids will not be accepted on these equine. Hope: 8-month-old palomino grade filly Jack: 9-year-old red dun Quarter Horse grade gelding (rides) Hatchett: 3-year-old black and white grade mare (rides) Judge: 15-year-old blue roan grade gelding (rides) Creek: 5-year-old bay grade mare (rides) Gilly: 10-year-old Buckskin grade gelding hope (rides) Cody: 12-year-old dark bay Thoroughbred gelding tattooed (rides) Pistol: 6-year-old grey Arabian grade gelding (rides) Zack: 9-year-old bay grade gelding (rides)

Moses: 22-year-old sorrel grade gelding (rides) No representation is made regarding any registration or possible registration neither of said equine nor of the physical condition of said equine. Any documentation in possession of the Department regarding registration, physical condition or past veterinary treatment of said equine is available upon request; however, notwithstanding the availability of such documentation, lack thereof or verbal information given to the Department, said sale is for the equine on an “as is” basis without any representation regarding registration, physical condition or acceptable use of the animal. The Department reserves the right to add or withdraw equines to or from any auction. The successful bidder must be prepared to tender the price by cashiers check, money order, cash or with personal check (accompanied with letter of bank approval) and move the animal from the facility by 3 p.m. on Nov. 10. Payment must be made at the time the animal is picked up. If a successful bidder fails to tender the price as required, the Department may refuse to accept any other bids made by the successful bidder at this auction or any future auction.

These horses are subject to periodic inspection by the Department for a period of 12 months. The purchaser agrees that she will not transfer ownership of equine purchased at this sale to anyone who has had equines impounded by the Department, or a case under investigation for a violation of the Humane Care for Equines Act. If the Department determines that this agreement is violated, the equine may be subject to immediate impoundment.

IF YOU GO … When: Saturday, Nov. 9, 2013 at 11 a.m. Where: Mansfield Impound Barn 2834 Marben Farm Road Mansfield, GA 30055 VIEW PHOTOS CONTACT Equine Health at 404-656-3713 between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday

PAGE 8 Two 26-inch cart wheels; bioplastic black, red cushion set for pony; new in box; one small pony cart. Shannon Copeland Odum 912-586-2319 912-586-2319 Wintec all-purpose black saddle, size 18; Sprengen stirrups and Wintec elastic cinch included, excellent condition, $125. Janice Hughes Clermont 770983-9609

Boarding Facilities If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. The Georgia Animal Protection Act requires boarding and breeding facilities to be licensed. Current license number must be submitted with notices for publication in the “Boarding Facilities” category. Notices submitted without this information will not be published. Full board, stall, turn out, arena, experienced quality care; Coweta, Fulton county line; license 11256. Nancy Jenkins Palmetto 770-328-8045 Nine acres of pasture on a family farm; barn, stalls, tack room and utilities; boarding license No. S11718-2011 Ronnie Mitchell Grayson 770-235-6623 Private barn, full board; T&G matted stalls; fly system, fans, wash rack, two arenas, trails; $450 per month. Marcia Christopher Gainesville 770-983-1117 Retired horse boarding; pasture, feed, free choice hay; personal attention; $200 per month; Demeter Farms. Joe Douglas Villa Rica 770-402-6590

Poultry/Fowl For Sale If you have any questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. Any person engaged in buying live poultry of any kind for resale, or in selling live poultry of any kind bought for the purpose of resale, must be licensed by the Georgia Department of Agriculture. Possessing such a license does not by itself disqualify an individual from advertising poultry in the Market Bulletin; however, advertisers should note that all livestock (which includes poultry), must have been in possession of the advertiser for a minimum of 90 days or, in the case of chicks, ducklings, etc., must have been raised by the advertiser before offering them for sale in the Market Bulletin. Mallard ducks must be at least three generations from the wild before they can be advertised in the Market Bulletin. Advertisers must include this information in notices submitted for publication. 10 adult pecocks (Indian blue) $100 each; 15 turkeys, all sizes, bronze, slate. Mack B Mauldin Sparta 706-444-6483 15 Rhode Island Red roosters $8 each. Rick McCallister Alto 706-677-5032 706-809-1763 19-week-old Rhode Island Red and BSL pullets for sale. Kenneth Potts Sylvester 229-392-3675 2012 hatch Mandarin ducks $50 pair, two male black swans $200 each, Egyptian geese $50 pair. Bobbie Bauserman Grovetown 706-831-4799 75 Rhode Island Red chicks weekly, 0 to 50, $2 each, 50-plus $1.50 each. Travis Ellington Senoia 678-787-9341 Auracanas, Black Auracanas, White Cochins, $20 Black Giant hens vaccinated $15, guineas $15. Kristy Bonner Taylorsville 770-286-0469 Baby chicks: American Dominique, buff Orpington, Rhode Island Red, Delaware; pure breeds, various ages. Monte Poitevint Lakeland 229-482-3854 Bantam BB Red Roosters for sale, $15 each OBO; six, 1 year old, beautiful; leave message. Tanya Ellijay 706-504-9599 Bantam Dominique, 5 months; two Old English game roosters, 6 months; Red Pyles, 6months. Steve Pirkle Buford 770-899-2709 Bantams for sale, $4 to $8 each; hens and roosters. Robert Chambers Flowery Branch 770-967-6422 Bantams: blue spangled, blacktailed buff, blue brassy sport, brassyback, blue quail, splash modern, $20 each; quality birds. Janice Payne Jasper 706692-6769 770-893-8397 Bantams: silver duck wing, black tail buffs; blue tail buffs, 3 months; one pair Seramas, 5 months. Elwood Dudley Cartersville 770-382-8527 BB Reds, Millie Fluers brown, red Old English pigeons, turkeys, peacocks. Danny Ryals Milledgeville 478-8043868 478-452-8497

FARMERS AND CONSUMERS MARKET BULLETIN Bearded Silkies for sale; partridge, white, black, paint, splash and porcelain; breeding pairs available, $18; $55; show quality. Bryan Cahoon Lexington 678-877-1805 Black Copper Maran and Cuckoo Maran crosses. James Young Metter 912682-2917 Blue slate and bronze turkey for sale, starting at $15 and up, according to size. Ana Shields Ball Ground 404-2029469 Breeder Java peacock, $100, calm, Pied Spalding peahen, B/S White Eyed Pied peahen, $75. Kevin Daft Decatur 404-325-9969 Chickens for sale: mixed breeds; 18 hens, one rooster, $8 each. Carlos Bagwell Alpharetta 770-827-7366 Chicks for sale: lavender Orpingtons, French black copper Marans, different hatches. Robert Qualls Mineral Bluff 706-374-0996 Chicks: brown egg breeds, sexed, NPIP-certified, we ship; heritage breed fryers: day-old to 12 weeks; offering 14 breeds in 2014. Bob Berry Ray City 229-455-6437 Cochin Bantams; several ages, colors; Old English Bantams, blue brassy backs, red fawn sports; sizzles, silkies. J. Mannaert Alpharetta 404-694-9696 Common pigeons, $15 per pair or $5 for singles, have mated pairs; small pens; leave message. David Patton Williamson 770-228-4415 Ducks: Khaki Campbell, Cayuga, Swedish Black, Blue; geese African, Pomperanian Saddlebacks, 6 months. Cynthia Clohessy Dahlonega 706-429-3876 Few McMurray Hatchery Sultan roosters, 7 months old, solid white. Wendi Covert Dahlonega wendi.covert@gmail. com 770-354-9437 For Sale: one Allen Roundhead; Trio Lacey Roundhead, Trio Garrett Roundhead; six Thi game Asiel mostly stags. Vernon Murphy Cornelia 706-778-5072 Free range Muscovy ducks for sale $20, please give one day’s notice. Bryan McFalls Winder 770-601-1108 678-314-6970 Gamefowl white, Clarets, roy gray, Brown Reds, Lacy Roundheads, shipping available. Paul Bond Royston 706245-7541 Geese: two African Grey, three White Chinese; 3 months old, half grown in size; pictures; $25 each. Rebeca Smith Dearing joeandrebeccasmith@hotmail. com 706-962-2774 Gold and silver sebrights, BB reds, black tail Japs, bantams and many more. James Brooks Maysville 706-652-2474 Jumbo Pharoah quail hatching eggs, 100 eggs for $50, shipping included. Steve Dunn Jasper steve.wendy.dunn@ 706-258-8644 706-258-8644 Old English Bantam silver Duckwing and BB reds; small, show quality; and some others. Mike Bruce Ball Ground 770-655-7164 Old English Bantams from show stock, BB/reds, quail, Blue Splash, Blacks, Blues, Brasy Backs and Blue Brasy Backs. Mack McBurnett Tyrone 770487-2233 Old English brassy back; brown red, splash, silver duckwing. Mitch Pohlel Loganville 770-466-8059 One New Hampshire rooster, $10; three New Hampshire pullets, started, $15 each, other pullets available. Jason Holland Cleveland 912-282-8567 706348-7704 One pair turkey $75, chickens, ducks, eight geese, doves and pigeons, baby chicks from $3, turkeys, guineas. Rhonda Jordan Ball Ground 770-735-2470 Peafowl for sale: 2013 hatch; white and blue, $25 each; leave message. John Fletcher Hampton 678-849-4828 Peafowls, along with healthy, freerange Royal Palm turkeys. Sara Robbins Blairsville 706-745-2328 Pearl gray guineas hatched Aug. 15, 2013, $7, adult Buff hen $15, 4 month Buff Dundotte hen, $10. Leigh Hamilton Dahlonega 706-531-6211 Pigeons for sale; home rollers, high flyers, many collars, call Ben. Shabanali Jabbar Cheloei Jackson 404-272-7423 Red sex link chicks,1 year old; silver and golden Wyandotte hens, $8 and up. James Cagle Rome 706-266-1218 Rhode Island Red chicks,$1.50 hatching eggs, $4 dozen, eating eggs, $2 dozen. Scott Clark Nashville 229-686-2778 Rhode Island Red pullet, healthy, now laying. Brian Sturdy Dahlonega 706865-9201

Rhode Island Reds, Buffs, Silver Wyandotte, BLRW, Buff Brahmas, Silver Polish, Cochins, sex links, show quality, OE Bantams. Randy Shoemaker Carrollton 678-796-9222 RP turkeys, trio and poults, Jersey Buff turkey pair, Brahama trio, one light, one buff, BLW pair and chicks. Beth Hall Douglasville 770-577-6675 Silkie and Old English Bantams, different ages. Vernon West Newnan 770304-1637 Silver laced Wyandotte and Marancross cockerels for sale; hatched May 21, $5 each. Mike McKinney Dallas 770-4459256 Silver Wyandottes, buff Orpington, buff Brahmas, Rhode Island Red, Red Stars, Black Giants, laying $12. Gary Ridley Lafayette 706-638-1911 Sliver duckwing, Wheaten, and Red Pyle old English and lavender Orpington. Mike Brown LaGrange 706-8848217 Standard bronze turkey male, 2 years old, $30; Royal Palm turkey female, 2 years old, $30. Rachel Smith Pembroke 912-376-1315 Trio of adult Wheaten Marans; call for price. Darren Wilkes Demorest 706768-2683

Poultry/Fowl Requiring Permit/License If you have questions regarding this category, call 404-656-3722. Advertisements for bobwhite quail must be accompanied by a copy of the advertiser’s commercial quail breeders license. Since this is a state protected bird, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources requires anyone selling bobwhite quail to have this license. For license information, write: LBRU - COMMERCIAL LICENSE, 2065 US Highway 278 SE, Social Circle, GA 30025-4743. Bobwhite quail for sale; flight read conditioned, $3.50 ea. Fletcher Christian Lyerly 706-728-0375 706-895-3030 Bobwhite quail, flight conditioned, now available for the 2013 season, call for pricing. Rembert Hancock Fairmount 404-376-0550 706-337-5711 Bobwhite quail, flight-ready; $3.50 each, day-old chicks, 35 cents each; eggs, 12 cents each. Thomas Findley Box Springs 706-575-3889 706-3262186 Bobwhite quail, priced according to age. Billy G Fowler Canton 770-4795742 Jumbo Wisconsin Bobwhite quail eggs; $48 for 100; $168 for 600; $260 for 1,000; flight year-round. Raymond Meadows Wadley 478-252-5345

Poultry/Fowl Wanted Pigeons, any type; will trap your pigeons free, will pick up any pigeons. Gregg Leonard Roswell 404-580-6268 Want a hen and rooster guineas, two Barred Rock hens-cloreto. Helen Smith Cartersville 770-382-7031 Want two female blue peacocks, around 6 months old at time of this ad. Tina Underwood Hiawassee 706-8963610 706-781-5077

ALTERNATIVE LIVESTOCK If you have questions regarding this category, call 404-656-3722. The Alternative Livestock category contains ads for ratites (ostriches, rheas, and emus) as well as other “non-traditional” livestock. Alpacas for sale; herd reduction, some as low as $500 OBO. Deborah Rodriguez Commerce 706-336-6683 Alpacas: quality animals, awardwinning fleeces; prices for any budget, individuals or herds. Lisa Corbicz Rockmart 678-247-5331 Ostriches; 11 months to 4 years, life span 75 years, only six left, $600 and up. Chet Cox Tarrytown 912-5296715 Wanted, a female emu, 4-plus years old. Louie Estep Newnan 770-3014449

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2013 Many varieties of rabbits, does or

Alternative Livestock Requiring bucks $15 each, call for more info. AlPermit/License lison Amos Cumming 678-793-7615

Mini Lop pair, top quality pedigreed Silver Fox doe and buck, Lop babies, $15 and up. Hannah Israel Dallas 678363-3199 New Zealand does for sale, $15 each, ready to breed. Nick Prescott Folkston 912276-4019 Pure bred New Zealand Red, 45 and New Zealand White, 30, with papers; ARBA, AFNZRC, DRBA. Linda Lee Dawsonville 706-531-4785 Purebred New Zealand White, NZWFlemmish Giant and American-Californian rabbits for sale; will process for meat upon purchase. Nicole O’Connor Hamilton 706-905-8533 Rabbitry, 10-cage and breeding cage; four New Zealand and silver does, $200. Ken Berry Stockbridge 770-206-0416 770-474-8597 Seven solid white rabbits with pink eyes, 9 weeks old; $10 each. Tina Williams Jasper 770-363-4411 Silver Fox bunnies, can be registered, to be weaned early Novemeber, $12 each; 14 available.. Mallory Whiddon Leesburg info@whiddonfamilyfarms. If you have questions regarding ads in com 229-886-0763 this category, call 404-656-3722. Items listed in the Livestock Wanted category must be for specific livestock; for instance, “want 3 or 4-yr. If you have questions regarding ads in old quarter horse gelding, approx. this category, call 404-656-3722. 16 hds., suitable for moderately ex- All hay ads must contain the variety perienced rider.” Generalized ads, of hay offered for sale; i.e., Coastal such as “want horses, any amount,” bermuda hay, Alicia hay, etc. are not acceptable for publication; $10; 2012 millet, net wrapped; 2013 neither are ads for free or unwanted bermuda mixed, $25/30, square, $5, livestock. bermuda round bales, $40, fertilized, Goats wanted: would like two doe rainfree. Horace Pippin Culloden janekids, in Douglas or adjacent counties. 770-358-0815 770Linda Stauffer Winston 770-942-9522 550-7837 Two Boer disbudded friendly female $15; 5x4 round bales; $20 4x5, net goats; reasonable price, vet references. wrapped in field; $25 in barn; 2013 fertilJames Smith Winder bkat60@yahoo. ized, fescue mix, square bales. Robert com 770-867-2994 678-863-0191 Greene Roopville 770-324-4323 Want for free: goats, pigs, chickens, $25; 2013 4x5 rolls; fescue mixed donkeys or cattle for free range pastur- grass, in field. Bill Garrett Covington ing; will pick up. Beau Sally Hampton 770-787-1012 678-522-8466 $30 per bale; 2013 fescue, bermuda Want to buy goats, hogs, sheep, pure- hay, 4x5 net, clean; in the field, $30, breed or mixed breed, also want 80 in the barn $45. Lorrie Lavengood pounds and up wether goats. Wayne Covington 770-841-3673 Green Bremen 770-841-6815 $30 per bale; 2013 fescue, bermuda hay; 4x5 net, twine, clean hay, in field, $30, in barn, $45. Paul Lavengood If you have questions regarding ads in Madison 770-318-3859 $35: fall cutting, fescue, 4x5 rolls in this category, call 404-656-3722. 2003 Sundowner 8010 LQ; three horse, barn; very good quality. Pat Sutton lightly used, under cover, all amenities, Clarkesville 706-947-3006 706-499asking $25,000. Juana Grover Jesup 9950 $4; 2013 fescue, orchardgrass hay, 912-586-6309 2012; 2 ft. gooseneck cattle trailer, horse quality; heavy square bales, fercross gates, full escape door, canvas tilized, limed, rain-free. Lamar Long top, spare tire, double rear gates, used Chatsworth 706-695-5906 one time. Lanny Meeks Toccoa 706- $4; coastal bermuda, square bales, kept in barn; horse, cow or goat qual244-2052 Cattle trailer, 20 feet; all aluminum ity. Jim Wittenberg Fort Valley 478-442gooseneck; 2010 Circle W, custom 0743 478-952-1196 made, like new, $11,250. Circle R Ranch $40, 4x5 rolls, 2013 Bermuda/Crabgrass mix; $60 Bermuda; $60 Ryegrass/ Jacksonville 904-482-7197 Eight-foot Apache feeder-creek feeder Bermuda mix, net wrap, fertilized, in on one side, good condition; $1,000 barn, horse quality. W. Glover Griffin OBO. Carl Ridings Rome 770-315-8321 770-599-9806 Headgate, automatic, self-catching; $40; 4x5 rolls, bermuda, crabgrass, For-Most model A-25, $250. Jesse An- fescue mix; net wrapped, dry in barn; square bales, $6; delivery available. derson Kite 478-469-5156 Gary Lane Carrollton 404-502-4000 Two-horse bumper pull trailer with tack room; new paint and good shape, $40; 4x5 rolls, bermuda, fescue mix, $2,500. Robert Harris Patterson 912- fertilized, lime, net wrapped; 2013 4x5 cow hay, $25, all in barn. James Sells 670-1133 Monroe 770-267-8603 Two-horse bumper pull trailer; steel, seven feet, 10 feet long, divider, $2,800; $45; 2013 Tift 44, 4x5.5 bales, net leave message. John Spokes Royston wrapped, rain free, in the barn; delivery available, quantity discounts. Dennis 706-377-4723 Tolbert Comer 706-340-4498 $50 bermuda; horse quality in barn, 4x5 rolls, $40 in field. Chuck Hecht If you have questions regarding ads in Waverly Hall 706-577-6590 $50; large rolls bermuda, fescue mix, this category, call 404-656-3722. ARBA pedigreed, $20 and up, quality in barn, horse quality; cow hay, $20; Dutch, selling steel grays, blacks, show can deliver. Jay Townsend Monroe 678rabbits and breeders, $15 and up. Katie 618-6992 Hufford Cleveland 706-219-4766 706- $60; 4x5 rolls, 1,000 pounds, fescue, 969-1953 orchard mix; sprayed, fertilized, limed, Bunnies for sale: Lionheads, mini rex, horse quality, barn kept; 2013. Ricky $10 each; lops, Netherland Daurds, $15 Surles Clayton each; Dutch, $10 each. Derrick Vaughan 770-301-1924 Commerce 706-207-7579 ‘13 bermuda, horse quality, $4.25, $5, Commercial rabbitry selling out, 12 $5.50; fescue, $4.25, all at barn; delivery Georgia wire cages and equipment, Cal- available. Al Guillebeau Monroe 770ifornians and New Zealands available. 267-8929 Robin Cheek Winder 770-867-0406 ‘13 coastal, russell, 4x6, John Deere Complete rabbitry; rabbits, auto wa- net wrapped, stored in barn, horse qualterers, feeders, cages. Terry Poole ity, $50; can deliver. William Stevens Macon 478-214-1257 Carnesville 706-658-5377 Flemish Giant, New Zealand White, ‘13 fescue mix; 4x5 net wrapped, outrabbits for sale, $15 each. Randy Miller side, $30; quantity discount. Edward Holmes Dallas 404-372-7734 Meigs 229-941-5102 If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. The Georgia Department of Natural Resources regulates many exotic animals, including most hoofed stock except llama and buffalo. However, upon compliance with applicable state regulations, a deer farming license for the commercial production of meat and fiber is available for the following species: fallow deer, axis deer, sika deer, elk, red deer, reindeer, and caribou. For more information on the deer farming license, contact the Georgia Department of Agriculture at (404) 656-3667. For information on licenses of other species of hoofed stock (except llama and buffalo), contact the Georgia Department of Natural Resources Special Permit Unit at (770) 761-3044. Individuals submitting advertisements to buy and sell regulated hoofed stock in the Market Bulletin must provide a photocopy of the appropriate license with their ad.





WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2013 100 tight rolls of fertilized, weed sprayed, fescue, stored in the barn, $20 per roll. David Groover Calhoun 678-986-6655 150 rolls; 5x4 hay in barn, $23 roll, bahiagrass, fescue, bermuda. Robert Miller Greenville 706-672-4556 706977-3062 180 square bales, 2013 spring hay, dry in barn; fescue, orchardgrass, $3.50 per bale; $3 for all. Lon Bush Ellijay 706636-1806 2012 alicia bermuda; 4x5 rolls, net wrapped, cow quality, $25; 2013 cow quality, $40. James Martin Waynesboro 706-558-5005 2012 bermuda mix; good quality, wellfertilized, 4x5 rolls, $ 20 a roll. Louis Hamilton Keysville 706-554-2898 706833-7064 2012 fescue mixed hay; 4x5 rolls, stored in barn, delivery available. Jimmy Payne Rockmart 404-557-8448 2012 fescue, bermuda hay, $10; 4x5 2013 fescue, bermuda first cut, $15; second cut, $30. Sherri Fitzpatrick Colbert 706-207-5633 2012 horse quality, bermuda, also mulch hay; square bales only, delivery available; Monroe County. Jimmy Waldrep Forsyth 478-994-0701 2012; 4x5 net wrapped, fertilized coastal bermuda, $20 per roll. Jay Glisson Waynesboro 706-551-3081 2012; horse quality, rain-free, limed, fertilized coastal bermuda hay, net wrapped, 4x5, large bales, good tight, $50; 150 bales. Grace Brady Hephzibah 706-231-0985 2013 4x5, coastal bermuda, $45; 2013 coastal bermuda, bahia mix, $30 in barn; delivery available. Stephen Bell Milledgeville 478-414-8043 2013 alfalfa, alfalfa, orchard mix; orchard, and bermuda square bales; bermuda rolls, delivery available. David Harden Lafayette 706-397-8347 2013 alicia bermuda grass hay; 4x5 net wrapped, fertilized and weed free. Allen Boyd Tifton 229-392-4450 229546-5188 2013 alicia bermuda, 4x5 rolls wellfertilized, net wrapped, barn stored, $35 to $45. Marcus Sapp Barney 229-5636255 2013 alicia bermuda, well-fertilized, round and square bales. JoAn Young Locust Grove 770-722-9770 2013 Alicia hay, 4x5 net wrapped, horse and cow quality, well fertilized, weed free, delivery available. Paul Harris Patterson 912-670-0222 2013 bermuda mix hay; net wrap, 4x5 rolls, $25; 2012 hay cheap. Aubrey Ledford Commerce 706-654-6861 2013 bermuda mix square bales, $5; 4x5 rolls, $40; 2012 cow hay or mulch rolls, $15. Bryan Cobb Rutledge 678982-3175 2013 bermuda, fescue mix, 4x4 rolls, $30, squares, $5, all in barn, my horses love it. Bud Eichel Thomson 706-4214945 2013 bermuda, fescue mix; 4x4 round bales, stored in barn, $30. Neil Fernander Hogansville 678-898-5246 2013 bermuda, horse quality, square and round bales, delivery available, cow hay also. Durand Deal Tifton 229-388-5054 2013 bermuda, square, round bales; horse quality hay. Nicki Halstead Barnesville 678-972-7111 2013 bermuda; round bales, 4x5, well fertilized, horse quality, in barn, $35. Lynn Hall Madison 706-318-1551 706342-9022 2013 coastal bermuda hay, $5 per bale, at barn, fertilized and limed, horse quality, delivery available. Winford Jackson Newnan 770-463-3739 678-8509950 2013 coastal bermuda hay, 4x5 rolls, horse quality, $50; cow hay, $40. Rex Register Hahira 229-561-1462 2013 Coastal Bermuda hay, 4x5 rolls, well fertilized, $35 per roll, delivery available. Tracy Watson Buena Vista 229928-7625 2013 coastal bermuda hay, horse quality, $4.50; bale at barn, delivery available. Glenn Brinson Tarrytown 912288-5960 2013 coastal bermuda hay, horse quality, square bales, $4.50, cow rolls, $25 to $45, mulch rolls, $10. Curtis Durden Lyons 912-526-3189 912-245-1081 2013 coastal bermuda hay; 4x5 round bales, weed free, limed and fertilized to UGA specs, stored in shelter. William Page Wrightsville 478-864-2942

FARMERS AND CONSUMERS MARKET BULLETIN 2013 coastal bermuda hay; horse quality, 4x5 net wrapped rolls, stored in barn. Fred Sackett Butler 478-952-5399 2013 coastal bermuda hay; horse quality, guaranteed, fertilized, UGA soil, specs, square 4x5, delivery, stack available. Olin Trammell Forsyth 478-9946463 478-960-7239 2013 coastal bermuda horse and cow hay, 4x5 round, square, and mulch hay. Larry Morgan Lizella 478-972-5977 478-781-1990 2013 coastal bermuda square bales, $6.50; well-fertilized and limed, horse quality; delivery available. Rhonda McCracken Newnan dustytrailfarms@ 770-304-2487 2013 coastal bermuda; 4x5 round bales, well-fertilized. Carlton Vinson Haddock 478-457-5587 2013 coastal bermuda; horse quality, square bales, $5 per bale in barn. Scott Chambers Braselton 706-983-0603 2013 coastal bermudagrass hay, 4x5 round bales, string wrapped, $30, quantity discounts available; UGA 11.9 percent c.p. Mart Crosby Wrightsville 478864-1521 2013 coastal hay, 4x5 950 pounds, $30 to $40, fertilized, delivery available. Bruce Baxter Buena Vista 229-9382648 2013 fertilized alicia hay, net wrapped, $45 per roll. Thad Haley Eastman 478285-1817 2013 fescue and 2013 mixed grass hay, good quality at barn. Wade Cown Monroe 770-209-6983 2013 fescue and bermuda mixed hay, 4x5 round bales, $30 and $25 per roll, stored inside. Bobby Luke Bogart 770725-5094 2013 fescue hay for sale; round and square bales available. Chad Thomas Taylorsville 770-547-2594 2013 fescue hay; 5x6-feet rolls, sheltered, $35 each; unsheltered, $25 each; more different prices. Bill Davis Cave Spring 706-777-3601 2013 fescue hay; good quality, $4.50 per bale, at barn. Gordon Cown Monroe 770-207-6983 2013 fescue hay; square bales, horse quality; brown top millet, square bales also available, $3.50 per bale. Steve Griffin Dalton 706-260-1912 2013 fescue mixed grass, square bales, rain free, dry in barn, $2.75. T. Wall Thomaston 706-975-3287 706975-8154 2013 fescue, bermuda hay, horse quality, fertilized, weed free, $3.75 for square bales, at barn; delivery available. Sheri Fennell Rockmart 770-355-3324 2013 fescue, bermuda mix; 4x5 round rolls, $40; square bales, $4.50; mulch hay, square bales, $2.75, round roll, $25. Ricky Anderson Taylorsville 404-402-8470 2013 fescue; square bales, rain free, barn kept, $3 a bale. Danny Little Felton 770-646-8708 2013 hay for sale; fescue; fescue, bermuda mix, $25 a roll and up or trade. Jerry Glancy Griffin 404-433-3568 2013 hay, bermuda; square and round bales, horse quality. Don Fulkerson Milner 770-584-9602 2013 hay, dry in barn, square bales; fescue, clover, horse quality, $3.50 each. Louis Beal Ellijay 770-344-8527 2013 hay; 4x5 rolls, $25 a roll; we load, you haul. Glenn Argroves Gay 404-7917318 706-672-1300 2013 hay; bermuda, bahia mix, 300 4x5 bales, $20 per bale; 20 bale minimum, $25 and other amounts. Tim Bramlett Greensboro 706-453-4275 2013 horse quality hay; bermuda, fescue; square bales, $5; 4x5 net wrapped rolls, $20, $30 and $40. Ronald Campbell Rockmart 706-936-3294 770-6869563 2013 horse quality; russell bermuda, fertilized, limed and weed-free; 4x4 rolls, stored inside, $25 to $30 each. Edwin Allen Mansfield 770-630-7845 2013 orchard hay, $50; fescue, orchard mix, $40; delivery available, horse quality 4x5 rounds. Johnny Amos Cumming 770-616-0452 2013 premium quality bermuda square bales, $6; 4x5 rolls fescue, crabgrass, fertilized and sprayed, $40 in barn; stored outside, $25. Charles Woodward Covington 678-725-2292 2013 russell and coastal bermuda hay; square and round bales, sprayed and fertilized. Mike Dubose Junction City 706-366-1665 2013 ryegrass; premium horse hay, fertilized, square bales; 4x5 round bales, $60, also mulch hay, $30; delivery. L. Trammell Juliette 478-550-7898

2013 Tiff 44 bermuda hay, 4x5 net wrapped round bales, $40; square bales, $5. Roy Gandy Royston 706498-1818 2013 Tiff 85, $55 per bale; coastal bermuda, $5 per bale; 4x6 John Deere net wrapped. E. Brown Avera 706-8313441 706-547-6162 2013 Tift 44 bermuda; square bales, rain free, horse quality. $5 per bale at barn. Buddy Bearden Bostwick 706474-8097 2013 Tift 85 and alicia hay; 4x5 rolls, well-fertilized, net wrapped in barn and field. Stephen Wilson Wray 912-5928655 2013 Tift, bermuda hay; square and round bales, horse quality, stored in barn, delivery available. Dick Stratton Locust Grove 770-842-9317 770-9146153 2013 Tifton 44 bermuda; horse quality, fertilized, weed and crabgrass free, 4x5 rolls, $70; bermuda, ryegrass mix, $60. Tim Hunter Conyers 770-483-8712 770-922-6653 2013: 500 to 800 pounds, well-fertilized, rain free; Tift 85 hay. Woody Folsom Baxley 912-253-8166 2013; 4x4 round bales, fescue mix; good for cow hay, stored in barn. Hitt Waleska 678-848-2495 2013; 4x5 bermuda hay, $30 per roll. Jimmy Keith LaGrange 706-884-4923 2013; 4x5 bermuda, fescue mixed, $30; $25 for 10 or more. Larry Newberry Lizella 478-935-8004 2013; 4x5 coastal bermuda round bales in barn, also have some bales outside. John Page Lyons 912-526-6645 2013; 4x5 net wrapped bermuda, cow quality, $40; horse quality, $60. R. Wilson Waynesboro 706-551-6059 2013; 4x5 rolls, fescue in barn, sprayed and fertilized, $30. Charlie Chastain TalkingRock 770-893-9013 2013; fescue, bermuda mix; 4x5 rolls, fertilized, in barn, net wrapped. Glen Whitley Bethlehem 770-867-2718 770307-7098 440; large 4x5 rolls, rain free, in barn; bermuda, fescue 2013. Ken Stevens Buckhead 404-625-9419 4x4 fescue, dry rolls in barn, horse hay, $30; cow, $25; can deliver. Ned Morris Monticello 770-929-8781 678-2946978 4x5 John Deere rolls; first cutting of fescue, rye; second cutting of fescue, bermuda and millet, $ 20. Mark Ledford Commerce 706-658-6455 4x5 net wrapped bermuda, mix; limed fertilized, no rain, heavy rolls, $15 for 2012; $30 for 2013. Douglas Adams Hartwell 706-436-9262 4x5 rolls; fescue hay, barn stored, fertilized, horse quality, $35 each; delivery available, also cheaper hay. Rodney Johnson Tallapoosa 678-378-6562 770-574-7246 5x5 bales of bermuda; baled Sept. 10, 2013, $40 each. Scott Stephens Wrightsville 478-232-8114 5x5 rolls of bermuda, fescue; horse and cow hay. Michael Dauphin Covington 770-652-7229 Alicia bermuda; 4x4 rolls, $30 square bales; bermuda, $4.50; mixed bermuda, fescue, 4x4 $25, 4x5, $35, in barn. Bill Wells Palmetto 404-597-6531 Bermuda bales; rain free, $5; 4x4 fescue, bermuda, rain-free, in barn $20; 4x4 wheat, rye mix, $25. Gary Holley Rockmart 404-852-8202 770-684-2151 Bermuda hay, 4x5; cow, $50 per bale; horse, $55 per bale; bermuda, crabgrass, cow $40 per bale. Doug Huff Dearing 706-833-1163 Bermuda, fescue. rye hay, heavily fertilized, rain-free, horse quality, $7 per square, $50 per round, delivery available. S. Stana Powder Springs/ Carrollton 770-241-3201 Bermudagrass hay; large bales and square bales, sheltered, good quality. Floyd Knowles McRae 229-315-0409 229-362-4855 Browntop millet screenings, good cattle and goat feed, $5 per bag. Lewis Todd Mitchell 478-232-1040 Coastal and bahia round bale, 4x6 five inches, fertilized. horse and cow hay, $40 per bale. Harris Richards Thomson 706-831-0084 Coastal bermuda hay, $20 to $50 per roll; priced according to quality; delivery available. Wymann Hartley Kathleen 478-987-5835 478-954-0324 Coastal bermuda hay, 4x4 round bales, quailty hay that has been fertilized and sprayed for weeds, $40 per bale. Lowinston Jackson Luthersville 770-583-2385


Coastal bermuda hay; 10 or more, square bales, $6 in barn, round, $35. Leonard Kinsley Perry 478-714-9900 Coastal bermuda hay; 2013, fertilized per soil test, 4x5 rolls stored in barn, $40 per roll. Edmond Strickland Perry 478214-7061 478-957-1039 Coastal bermuda hay; square bales, rain and weed-free, priced from $4.50 to $5.50 a bale, at barn. Bill Turner Brooks 770-401-9648 Coastal, bahia mixed; large 800 to 1,000-pound bales, baled with Claas baler, $60 inside barn, $35 to $45 outside. Coy Baker Loganville 770-4664609 Corn silage, chopped 2012, stored in pit, you haul, $40 per ton. David Truelove Clermont 404-925-7073 Feed hay; square bales and also mulch hay, square bales. Lamar Cox Fayetteville 404-824-7569 Fertilized, rain-free in barn, fescue, orchardgrass hay, $5.50 square bale, $40 large round bale. Tom Anderson Carrollton 770-214-1507 Fescue hay, heavily fertilized, rain free, horse quality, square bale, $4, in barn. Nolan Haygood Dawsonville 706-2652361 Fescue, 2013 square bales, heavy, tight bales, fertilized, exceptional horse quality, rain-free, weed-free. Ada Spruill Hoschton 706-654-3434 706-202-8711 Fescue, orchardgrass, clover; 5x5 rolls, no rain, $25. Reed McNabb Nicholson 706-757-3327 Fescue, rye; 4x5 rolls of hay, $40 per roll, ask about delivery. April Sanders Jackson 404-391-3475 404-391-3476 Fescue; horse quality, $3; fescue mix, horse and cow quality, $2.75; bermuda weed and rain free, $4. Kermit Simmons Jefferson 770-867-7550 For Sale: 2012 alicia hay, 4x5 round bales. Eric Mincey Baxley 912-3675569 For Sale: good quality grain sorghum. Leo Perfect Unadilla 478-627-3820 For Sale: large round bales threefourths bermuda, one-fourth mixed grass, $40; small bales $30, in barn. Charles Miles Carrollton 770-301-2787 Freshly cut hay, no rain; orchard, timothy mix, square bales, $3 each at barn. Buck Dills Blairsville 706-400-9314 Good quality bahia hay for sale, $25 to $30. Malcolm Fordham Dublin 478279-4721 Good quality, barn kept hay, fescue and bermuda; must clear barn; 4x5, $20; 4x6, $25. Jimmy Nelson Adairsville 706-767-1953 Hay for sale; coastal and fescue mixed, horse and cow square bales, $3.50. Charles Evans Warner Robins 478-929-0841

Hay for sale; top quality, 4x5 rolls, net wrapped, $30 per roll. Larry Cox Wayesboro 706-829-4174 High quality, 4x6 rolls of russell bermuda hay, $40 per bale; rye grass, 4x5, $3; delivery available. Fred Gretsch Crawford 706-340-0945 Horse quality bermuda hay in barn, 4x5 rolls, fertilized, rain and weed free, $60 each. Bo Rohrabaugh Stockbridge 770-238-8773 Horse quality bermuda hay; 25,000 square bales, 500 round bales; 500 round peanut hay. Paul Harris Odum 912-294-2470 Horse quality hay; 2013, stored in barn, no rain; square, $3; round, 4x5, $30. W. Terry Dishroon Mansfield 770317-8455 Horse quality, 2013 Bermuda, 4x5 round rolls, well fetilized, put in barn, rain free and dry. David Allen Atlanta 404-814-3836 Mixed bermuda, fescue grass hay; 4x5 bales, $25, square bales, $2; delivery available. Jake Walker Lexington 706424-6372 Now taking orders for second cutting; coastal, fescue mix, well-fertilized, will run 4x4 or 4x5 rolls; field or barn prices. Jim Pierce Waverly Hall 706-582-3846 404-372-8631 Quality bermuda; horse and cow hay, never rained on, 4x5 net wrapped, $30 dollars a roll; delivery available. Cole Padgett Cumming 770-689-6184 Round bales, 4x4, fescue, orchardgrass; rain-free, $10; delivery available. Ron Smith LaFayette jpetrel@floorsoft. com 706-537-8841 Russell bermuda and mixed grass hay, fertilized, rain free, 4x5 and a hal- foot rolls. Chan Cabe Carnesville 706-3847119 Russell bermuda hay 4x5; 2013, $45 for 2012, $30 delivered; 30 bale minimum, 60 mile radius. Tommy Rider Waynesboro 706-554-9785 Shelled corn in grain bin, $10 per 50 pounds; delivery available. Charles Saunders Montezuma cdbuild@ 770-475-6520 770-6167914 Shelled yellow feed corn, sold by the barrel or bag. Robert Montgomery Reynolds 478-847-2356 Tift 44 bermuda; large round bales, 6x5, $30. Anthony Clark Elberton 706988-8996 Tift 44; excellent horse quality, wellfertilized and dry in barn, $5 each, stock for winter. Paige Bullock Dallas 770445-2107 Tift 44; horse quality bermuda hay, 4x5 net wrapped round bales, $50 each; stored inside, no hauling. Wade Simpson McDonough 404-732-7255

THE GEORGIA CAPITOL ORNAMENT 2013 10th Annual Commemorative Ornament Cost: $20.00 + $3.00 S&H each Mail order form to: Friends of Georgia Archives & History P.O. Box 711, Morrow, GA 30260 Or order online at:

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Oat seeds for sale: 40-pound bags, $8 per bag. Myron Colley Metter 706-3063506 Roberts wheat, cleaned and bagged, 50-pound bags, $8 per bag; quantity discount, daytime only. Brent Mize Royston 706-308-8300 Soybeans, non-GMO, Hutchinson variety, 91 percent germination, 99.7 percent purity, $25 for 60 pounds. Bryan Maw Tifton 229-382-6832

White Mount Hood daffodils, $7 per dozen; $7 shipping; mole bean seed, blue bells, $7 per dozen; irises, more. E. Beach Duluth 770-476-1163 Zinnias (old maids) mixed; two taplespoons for $1 or one cup, $3; cash only, SASE. Mildred Bryan 916 Elm Dr. Monroe 30655 770-267-3098

Bulletin Calendar Oct. 15 – 17 Sunbelt Agricultural Exposition Moultrie, Ga.   Oct. 18 Final entry deadline for Georgia Urban Ag Council Professional Landscape Awards 800-687-6949   Oct. 18 – 19 7th Annual Gordon County Antique Engine and Tractor Show Northwest Georgia Regional Fairgrounds Calhoun, Ga. 770-527-5346   Oct. 18 – 20 Georgia 4-H Weekend in the Classic City University of Georgia Athens, Ga.   Oct. 19 Sayer & Sons Herd Reduction Sale CSR Sale Facility Alapaha, Ga. 229-776-4383

Sayer & Sons Limousin, Lim-Flex and Angus Herd Reduction Sale CSR Sale Facility Alapaha, Ga. 229-776-4383   Oct. 19 – 20 H.J. Fox Classics I and II Georgia International Horse Park 706-342-3029   42nd Annual Georgia Apple Festival Ellijay Lions Club Fairgrounds Ellijay, Ga.   Oct. 20 Atlanta Youth Dressage Festival Georgia International Horse Park 770-634-4089   Oct. 22 Social Media in Agriculture Workshop Office of College Advancement, Four Towers Building Athens, Ga. 706-542-7102

 Oct. 22 Pesticide Safety and Handling Training St. Simons Island 770-229-3477   Oct. 25 FFA Foundation Golf Tournament Reunion Golf Course Hoschton, Ga. 478-289-2555   Oct. 26 FFA State Land Judging CDE   13th Annual Walk 4 Paws benefitting Athens Area Humane Society Clarke Central High School Athens, Ga.   Oct. 26 – 27 4-H Junior Conference   Westminster/Lovett IEA two-day horse show Georgia International Horse Park Conyers, Ga. 404-723-8384   Oct. 29 Urban Ag Council October Dinner Meeting: “Joining the Conversation: Talking with Consumers about Pesticides” John Deere Landscapes Alpharetta, Ga. 1-800-687-6949   Oct. 30 – Nov. 6 FFA National Convention Louisville, Ky.   Nov. 1 – 2 Countryside Festival Celebrating Georgia Farm Life Butler, Ga. 478-862-3661   Nov. 2 – 3 The Royal Alpaca Challenge Georgia International Horse Park Conyers, Ga. 706-897-2379   Milton High School IEA Horse Show “Horses in our Hearts” Georgia International Horse Park Conyers, Ga.

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

Top quality 2013 tested alicia hay, round or square; sheltered, delivery available; free storage through March 2014. Heath Pittman Vidalia 912-2932535 Wheat 2013 combine run, $40, 55-gallon drum. Ken Widner Buena Vista 229649-9606 Wheat and rye grass, clean seed, $15 for 50 pounds. Crystal Duck Hartwell 706-376-6584 706-436-7031 Wheat straw; premium, weed free, sheltered, tightly baled, 2013, $3; south Fulton, Fairburn; delivery available. Bruce Thames Palmetto 770-853-4038


If you have questions regarding this category, call 404-656-3722. Advertisers of agricultural seed must submit a current state laboratory report (not more than 9 months old) for purity, noxious weeds and germination for each seed lot advertised. A seed lot must be uniform and not exceed 400 50-lb. bags. Laboratory reports will be returned upon request. Any ads for agricultural seed submitted for publication without this documentation will not be published. Licensed seed dealers cannot advertise seed in Feed, Hay And Grain Wanted the Market Bulletin. Certain varieties of seed are protected from propagaWant to roll peanut hay; Worth, Dough- tion unless they are grown as a class erty, surrounding counties. Tom Stana- of certified seed. For example, wheat land Doerun 229-392-0258 seed such as Florida 304, Coker 9152, Coker 9835 and soybean seed, such as Prichard and Benning, may not be propagated for sale unless the seed has been grown as a class of certified seed. Propagation of such seed is a violation of the Plant Variety Protection Act and the Federal Seed Act. If you have questions regarding certified seed, call the Market Bulletin office or the Georgia Department of Agriculture Seed Division at (404) 656-5584. 2012 Florida 501 oat seed, cleaned and bagged, 40 pounds, 97 percent germination, $10 per bag. H. Martin Kite 478-469-5173 Florida 501 oats seed; clean, 95 percent germination; bulk only. John Bullington Cordele 229-273-3597

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Ag Plants for Sale If you have questions regarding this category, call 404-656-3722. Alicia, coastal, Tift 85, Tift 78, Tift 44, russell; perennial peanuts, custom planting since 1974. Ray Beaty Coolidge 229-224-8294 Bare-root whopper strawberry plants; no chemicals; June bearer, fruit can be as big as peaches. Karen Akers 5542 Candler Cr. Rd Gillsville 30543 Blueberry plants; potted 24-inches; Brightwell and Powered Blues, $6 each, volume discount available. John Lane Odum 912-294-1955 Catalpa (fishing worm) trees; can ship small ones, four; 10 to dig, five to six feet; $10 to $20 plus shipping. Donald Allen Snellville 404-578-7758 Early June, “Blakemore” strawberry plants, prolific, good preserving, grown chemical-free; 25 for $15, 50 for $25. B. Hughes Dacula 770-963-2114 Ficus trees, nine feet tall; one 4 years old, braided trunk; one 22 years old, solid trunk; $45 each. S. Hunt Temple 770-562-9146 Fig plants; four for $12. R. Dangar Alpharetta 770-377-6411 Fig trees: brown turkey and black mission variety, $12; thornless blackberry plants, $10 one-year. Jim Mabry Marietta 770-9934997 Fig trees: brown turkey variety; 1-year, 2-year and 3-year-old trees. John Jeffords Homerville 912-520-0431 For sale: sugar; cane red and green, 50 cents per stalk, ready Oct. 1. Robert Buchanan Plains 229-924-6236 Greasy green collard seeds, $2 per teaspooon; send SASE with payment to address shown. Barry R Pittman 4121 Lampp Road Gibson 30810 706-5983664 Many varieties of hydrangeas, crape myrtles, butterfly bushes, Japanese maples, great prices; Bala Dommeti Conyers 770-679-5125 Multiplying onion sets, $14 half-gallon, includes shipping; Indian mustard seed, $1 per teaspoon; SASE. E. Thompson Dahlonega 706-864-6816 Multiplying onions, $18 per gallon; $6 shipping. Janda Pruitt Waleska 706337-2544 Multiplying onions, old fashioned onions, $24 per gallon. Eugene White Lithonia 770-987-9780 Muscadine starter vines, $4.99; nine varieties of muscadine starter vines available, will ship, $4.99 plus shipping; Hans Gruetzenbach Dalton 706-271-0052 706-271-0052 Old fashioned white multiplying onions for $20 per gallon plus $6 shipping. Emily Nix Winder 770-307-6868 Old time white multiplying onions, $6 per quart plus $6 shipping. Amory Hall Maysville 706-652-2521 Red Japanese maples, palm trees, banana shrubs, hibiscus, crape myrtles, lemon trees, etc. Rick Meadows Augusta 706-833-9320 Sugar cane for sale (red) for planting, making syrup, chewing, decorations. James Coleman Uvalda jcoleman4@ 912-594-6434 Sugar cane: seed and syrup cane available; Florida Orange and POJ & Ribbon varieties, no calls after 9 p.m. John Meeks Richmond Hill 912-313-7363 White multiplying onions, $16 per gallon plus $6 shipping. Lamar Walters Murrayville 770-534-2348 Windmill palms, $5 per gallon; write or call. John Sweatmon 2160 Kings Gate Circle Snellville 30078 770-736-4162

Ag Seed/Plants Wanted McCaslin pole beans seeds; 30 pounds if available, or whatever many seeds available; quote price, will pay. Lynette Murphy Rome 706-622-2671 Potato onion: red or yellow, does not go to seed in May; red hibiscus seed, white hibiscus seed cone flower; white, green. Vivian M Dearman Deny Rose 706-283-1078

Wanted: Ogeechee lime trees or cuttings; will pay shipping, please call. C. Reuter Bishop 706-296-3641 Would like to buy spider lily bulbs. Paula Pugh Warner Robins paulajpugh@ 478-988-0296

FLOWERS FOR SALE If you have questions about this category, call 404-656-3722. Flower seed offered for sale has not been tested for germination since it often is collected in very limited quantities. 2013 mixed touch-me-not seeds; teaspoon, $1 plus SASE. Lenora Darby Covington 770-786-0435 4-year-old Lenten Roses (Helleborus) ready to bloom in January, $4; Pachysandra 50 plants for $10. Carol Olson Marietta 770-998-1076 Angel trumpets, Christmas roses (Helleborus), $5; hydrangeas, nandinas, ferns, forsythia, beauty berries, Siberian iris, weeping cherries, $3. Carla Houghton Marietta 770-428-2227 Butterfly bushes, hydrangeas, autumn joy sedum, roses, Joe Pye weed, begonias, $2 to $4; red poppy, Columbine, $1 per teaspoon. Jeanette Poss Cumming 770-889-0566 Camellias, pindo palms, windmill palms, mondo grass, century plants, and others, $20 each; no shipping. Myrtle Russell Bonaire 478-923-1951 Castor bean seed; 20 for $3, cash only with SASE, two stamps. Newbold 90 Todd Rd Senoia 30276 Crape myrtles; a variety of colors, pink, red, purple, white, upright and dwarf. Kelly Wilson Griffin 770-365-1530 Daylilies; 1,000 hybrids, none more than $5. Mary Denney Newnan 770-367-5095 Daylilies; entire stock hybridizer fields, put you into business, let’s make a deal. Brenda Brannock Hiawassee 706-8962700 Floating water lettuce for ponds; keeps water clear, $1 each or five for $4. Teresa Kenton Lilburn 678-677-2095 Four-inch perennials, 350 varieties, $1.50 each including helleborus; onegallon grafted Japanese maples, $20 to $25; display garden. Selah Ahlstrom Jackson 770-775-4967 Hybridizer of exotic daylilies, $5 end of season clump sale; many other plants worth the trip. Suzanne Franklin Dawsonville 678-410-6830 Iris; early blooming, purple blooms in March, $15 per dozen, ppd. M. Hemphill 306 Cedar Creek Rd. Winder 30680 770-867-6188 Japanese maple, azaleas, gardenia, hosta, hydrangeas, roses. Linda Waites Fairburn 770-964-6414 Large amount of green liriope, free, you dig; five-feet tall Pindo palms, $10 each. Etheleen James 197 Glynn James Road Lyons 30436 912-526-8516 Large selection of weeping Japanese maples, many varieties and sizes, ready for fall planting; sale prices in October. Jim Veccie Fayetteville 770-652-6127 Light pink and dark pink Hibiscus, at least 30 seeds per pack, $1/SASE. Grace Richardson Waco 770-258-0107 Liriope, mondo grass, $2, gallon pot. Barry Lackey Roswell 770-475-9216 Mullein pink, touch-me-nots, half-teaspoon, $1; money plant, morning glory, hibiscus, more, $1 per teaspoon; SASE, cash. G. Robertson 2966 Cardinal Lake Cir. Duluth 30096 Red castor bean seeds, loofah gourd seeds; 25 for $3, 100 for $10; cash, SASE, two stamps. Joy Shelnutt Box 1212 Loganville 30052 Reseeding petunias mixed; angel trumpets, double purple or double yellow, $1 per packet with SASE. Carolyn Arnold 644 Lynn Ave. Jefferson 30549 Seeds: altheas (Rose of Sharon), Jerusalem cherry, yucca, hibiscus, 4 o’clocks, orange cosmos; cash only, $1 per teaspoon, SASE. Gail Wilson 1020 B. Wilson Rd. Commerce 30529 Three giant rice paper; pink, white glory bower, $30 including shipping. Ernest Jessee 5564 Ridgemoor Drive Braselton 30517 770-965-6972 Touch-me-not, Mexican sunflower, 4 o’clock, tiger lily, money plant, cleome, shasta daisy, $1 each; SASE. B. Savage 3017 Atkins Dr. Gainesville 30507 Variegated liriope; one-quart pots, 2,000 available at $2 each; gardenias: 40 four-gallon pots at $10 each. Jim Hadaway Athens 706-543-5432

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

Flowers Wanted Looking for red spider lily bulbs; free or reasonably priced, will dig up myself. John Culpepper Quitman 229-292-0869 Old fashioned climbing rose bushes and yellow azaleas, reasonably priced. Ernest How Eatonton 478-7185366 Want to buy double camellia seeds; any color. Joyce Smith Chatsworth 706-695-8185 Wanted: Buckeyes (this year’s) from red buckeye plants (Aesculus pavia), to plant. Sharon Durham Alpharetta 678-549-1864

MISCELLANEOUS If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call 404-656-3722. The Miscellaneous category includes the following subcategories: bees, honey and supplies; things to eat; herbs; fish and supplies; fertilizers and mulches; oddities; miscellaneous wanted; notices; garden space; notices; out-of-state wanted; firewood, timber; and Christmas trees. Only one ad per household is permitted in the Miscellaneous category.

Bees, Honey & Supplies 10 and five- frames bee hives, starting kit, and some parts, call for more info. Eliseo Delia Mineral Bluff 706-492-5119 2013 local honey, natural, unprocessed; half-pint $6, pint $10; call after 6 p.m. Bobby McKinzie Suwanee 770-4763417 Albany, southwest Georgia bee removal; licensed, insured, also hornets, yellow jackets, wasps. Dale Richter Leesburg 229-886-7663 Bee equipment wanted; will remove swarms for free; remove unwanted bees from a structure for a fee. Leonard Day Macon 478-719-5588 Bee removal, metro Atlanta and west Georgia areas, work guaranteed. W.O. Canady Winston 770-942-3887 Carpenter bee trap, handcrafted wood trap that really works, $20 each, three for $50, free shipping. Jack Snyder Hephzibah 706-554-7959 Gallberry honey, voted best tasting honey 2010 in the state of Georgia, $46 per gallon, shipping included, www. Ben Bruce Homerville 912-487-2001 Quality Italian queens $20 each plus postage; buy 10 get one free; five frame nucs $110 William Tyre Jesup 912-4277869 Taking orders for April 2014; Italian or Carniolan nucs for sale and Italian packages. Ray Civitts Toccoa 706-4913124 Will come and pick up unwanted bees and equipment; swarm removal, no charge. Brent Nichols Brunswick 912266-5688 Will remove honeybees from trees or structures, middle Georgia area. Bill Dublin 478-290-1957


Things To Eat Use of the term “organic” requires registration with the Georgia Department of Agriculture. Advertisements submitted without certificate of registration for items offered for sale cannot be published. For more information, access the department website and link from the home page to the Organic Agriculture page and registration forms. Those who do not have internet access or are unable to download the forms, should call 404586-1140. ‘12 shelled pecans, mostly halves, $8.50 per pound, plus postage, bagged in freezer, leave message. Franklin Eaton Flowery Branch 770-532-9340 770-532-6333 2012 Desirable pecans, $10 per pound plus postage. Russell Eaton Stockbridge 770-506-2727 2012; clean black walnuts, $20 per quart plus $6 postage. Roy Caine 1510 Piedmont Lane Cumming 30040 770887-4114 2013 shelled black walnuts, $20 a quart; shipping extra; call Herman. Linda Robinson Bremen 770-5373729 Angus beef, no antibiotics or hormones; dry aged 17 days; quarter or more available in early 2014; www. Bill Farr Milner 770-5849727 Dried apples for sale, $4 per pound; you pay postage. Jeanette Cole Temple 770-459-4970 Dried apples, good for making fried pies, $4 per quart. Earnest Honea Cumming 770-887-3541 Dried apples: $5.50 pound, pickup; two pounds, $18 per pound; five pounds, $37.50 per pound; 10 pounds, $69 per pound. Homer Kinsey Cleveland 706-865-5510 Eggs; farm fresh, yummy and super healthy; store bought eggs no more, $3 per dozen. Tanya Moore Williamson 770-228-9752 Fresh free range brown eggs, $3 per dozen. Beth Vrooman Winder 404-8015867 Garlic for eating, planting, seven varieties and elephant garlic. Patrick Shields Danielsville 706-795-3977 I have seed cane ready to grind up for syrup. Red McKinney Abbeville 229406-0893 229-365-7699 Organically grown Jerusalem artichokes, as low as $6 per pound, plus shipping. Buddy Hutto Warner Robins 478-960-1329 Pomegranate for sale. L. Allen Fayetteville 770-461-1586 Shelled pecans; freezer kept, 2012 Stuart, $9 per pound, paid postage or $8 per pound for two-plus pounds. Evelyn Sims Carnesville aywasi@yahoo. com 706-384-5279 Water ground meal, whole wheat flour, grits, $5 for five pounds, plus postage; also, grind your grain. Mike Buckner Junction City 706-269-3630 Wheat, soft winter berries, $1.25 per pound, flour $1.50 per pound, certified naturally grown; discount 24plus pounds, pick up. Wendy Crager Bremen 770-537-3720 Yellow Gal sugar cane, whole stalks, great for grinding or starting your own plot, $1 per stalk. Brian Newell Hazlehurst 912-347-8220

Herbs State law requires all ginseng dealers and growers to be registered with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. For more information, contact the Nongame Conservation Section at (770) 918-6411 or at website Rare pepper seeds: ghost, nose-gay peter, black pearl, chocolate habenero, $2 per packet with SASE. Ann Dutton 3269 Five Forks Trickum Rd. Lilburn 30047 Red Mexican pepper tree seeds; grows six feet tall, send $2 and SASE. Xan Nichols Milledgeville 912-266-0855

Fish & Supplies Persons selling sterile triploid grass carp must have a Wild Animal License from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. Market Bulletin advertisements for sterile carp must be accompanied by a photocopy of the advertiser’s license. For license information, contact DNR Special Permit Unit at (770) 761-3044. $25 to $30 per pound; Big Red Europeans, Red Wigglers and worm castings plus shipping. Lew Bush Byron 478-955-4780

FARMERS AND CONSUMERS MARKET BULLETIN 10 to 14-inch sterile grass carp: fourto-six-inch, six-to-eight-inch, eight-to11-inch channel catfish, quantity discounts, free statewide delivery available. Mike Buford Cordele mikecbuford@ 229-273-4150 A-1 quality, channel catfish fingerlings; graded, priced by size; accurate weights, counts, guaranteed live, healthy, immediate delivery. J.F. Gilbert Thomaston 706-648-2062 770-4680725 Bass, bluegill, crappie, catfish, redbreast, shellcracker, grass carp, shad, etc; most sizes, free delivery or pickup. Danny Austin Roberta 478-836-4938 Bass, bluegill, shellcracker, hybrid bream, channel catfish, fingerling, sterile grass carp; delivery available. Tony Chew Manchester 706-846-3657 Catfish, grass carp, bluegill, largemouth bass and threadfin shad; delivery available. Paul Williams Hawkinsville 478-892-3144 Competitive pricing on bluegill and coppernose bream, ShellCracker F1(Tiger), FL Bass 3-4”/5-6”. prompt statewide delivery available. Ashley Braxton Cordele clarkbufordbait@ 229-273-4157 Grass carp, bluegill, shellcracker bream, channel catfish fingerlings, bass, threadfin shad; delivery or pickup by appointment only. Robert Brown Brooks 770-719-8039 One to three-inch bluegill, hybrid bream, shellcracker, shad; catfish; sterile carp; crappie, minnows; weed analysis, consultation services. Keith and Kim Edge Soperton 478-697-8994 Red Wigglers; worms, castings (gallons or larger bed run). Reed Adair Loganville 770-527-6064 Red worms or Nightcrawlers, for composting or fishing; http://www. Tim Herron Dawsonville 706-531-4789 Several thousand pounds; channel catfish, size one to three pounds each. Orville Carver Douglas 912-384-5090 Tilapia (Blue) fry for sale, $1; hydro/ aquaponics, grow indoors; great tasting, clean food source, easy to grow. Robert Harness Brooks/Hampton rdharness@ 770-227-9321 Worms and worm compost, some delivery possible. Hollis Morris Jasper 678-767-9451

Fertilizers & Mulches 2012; square bales in barn, $1.50 per bale, mulch hay. Paul Teems Canton 770-231-7414 2013 bermuda hay, mulch; big square bales and rolls, net wrapped, delivery available. Jerry South Martin 706-4914006 2013 fresh pinestarw delivered and installed at $4 per bale; price is good all year. Martin Golden Baldwin 678-5080760 2013 wheat straw, $2.50 per bale at barn, delivery available. Gary Brinson Tarrytown 912-286-3191 2013 wheat straw, high quality square bales, barn stored, $2 per bale. Darrells Skaling Barney 229-305-7435 2013; 4x5, netwrap rolls of mulch hay, $15 per roll; minimum of five. Ronnie Thomas Watkinsville 706-207-7366 50 cents to $1 per pound worm castings, great for planting project, teas, repairing your soil. C. Bush Byron 478-955-4771 5x5 round bales mulch hay, $25 per roll. Tommy Dent Thomson 706-3592355 Aged horse manure, you load any time, I load, call for appointment, $10 truck, $20 trailer, $30 tandem. Chad Willams Smyrna 404-421-1775 207-776-8625 Clean pine straw, $4 per bale, delivery, spreading available, garden tilling, 32 years experience. Steve Schultheis Winder 770-235-1351 Dumptruck (two sizes) deliveries gravel, composted horse manure, dirt, sand, wood chips, etc., great prices and flexible, Jerod Mason Smyma 207-7768625 Free aged manure, compost; will help load, easy access; Crabapple area. Kristina Macrae Alpharetta 770-410-0868 678-793-0694 Free compost. Jerry Riles Douglasville 770-337-1516 Free horse manure; mixed with shavings, we load, you haul. Chris Hoyak Cleveland 706-348-1219 Mulch hay, square bales only; Monroe County. S. Reeves Forsyth 478-9944642 Pine straw; clean, tight bales, slash pine; will sell by bale or will deliver and spread. Matt Cooper Chickamauga 423-595-3410

Pine straw; short and long leaf, installed, low as $4 per bale. Josh Bulloch Manchester 404-925-1076 Poultry broiler litter, $20 per ton plus delivery fee; discount given on large orders. Paul Kicklighter Gainesville 770654-6789 Shavings for horse barns, large loads. Marion Smith Kennesaw 404-218-7389 Worm castings and worm compost, tea; all natural soil amendment and fertilizer. D. Holman Covington 678-9777944

Poultry Litter/Compost To help connect suppliers with those in need of poultry compost, the Market Bulletin is including such advertisements in this portion of the Fertilizers and Mulches category. Ads are subject to the same general guidelines for all Market Bulletin advertisements found on page 2. 3-year-old compost, ready for your garden or field, $275 a load. Olen Poninski Farmingtron 706-769-7580 Broiler litter out of north Georgia by the trailer load. Jeffrey Harben Dawsonville 706-265-2429 Broiler or hen litter, can haul your soy beans and corn, too. Bob Loggins Dahlonega 706-265-0517 Chicken litter available in large quantities; located in northwest Georgia; leave voicemail; perfect for hayfields and pastures. Bill Broome Taylorsville 770-3378607 North Georgia chicken litter for sale, available in large quantities, delivery available. Justin Debord Jasper 678386-5884


Wanted: Cub Cadet, similar to John Deere Gator. Gary Brown Fayetteville 478-954-1283 Wanted: Mulch hay and manure; Blairsville, Blue Ridge area. Elaine Bliss Blairsville 706-835-1642 Wanted: Old rusty roof metal, nail holes don’t matter. Carl McCleskey Cloudland 706-862-2184 Wanted: Shenandoah side belt hen nest. Mike LeCroy Canon 706-498-2883

Notices Anticipate plant sale benefitting spay/ neuter clinic in McIntosh County; May 11; see updates in future issues; call 8 to 10 a.m. Emmy Minor Pine Harbor 912832-6788 Plant sale benefitting Animals Count Too spay and neuter program: threegallon sasanqua, $5; call 8 to 10 a.m. Emmy Minor Townsend 912-832-6788

Out-Of-State Wanted

Bluebird boxes, $15; swings, $150; other crafts. John Gibson Newborn 706-468-8484 Bluebird nestbox with glass viewing window; as seen at “Bluebirds Over Georgia” show, all cedar, easy cleanout, $20 plus $7.50 shipping. John Chaney Winder 770-867-8263 Chair and rocker caning of all kinds; also wicker and rattan repair; 33 years experience. Duke Dufresne Statham 770-725-2554 Chair and rocker caning, all types: hand-laced French, pressed, binder cane, flat reed; can repair frames and finish; quality work; reasonable prices. Craig Leming Marietta 770-617-0815 770-428-4990 Chair caning and wicker restoration done, including laced and pressed cane, rush, split oak, binder cane, seagrass, Shaker tape, rattan, all types of caning; high quality work. Dotty McDaniel Cumming 770-887-8518 Crafters: I have a moderate amount of raw alpaca wool, colors separated by animal; four animals sheared. Fran Curry Maysville Nanafranette@gmail. com 706-652-3409 Crocheted items of all kinds; I repair crocheted pieces; now taking orders for Christmas decorations like angels, snowflakes and pineapple ornaments. Marcia H Brookins 219 Sheila Circle Thomaston 30286 706-647-0593 Handmade primitive stuffed cats with pet crow, $13 each; cute aprons made from men’s shirts, $15 each; shipping included. Cathy Johnson Talking Rock 706-698-9279 Handmade ruffle scarves, 48 inches and longer, lots of colors, solid and variegated; $15 each, two for $25 plus postage; great Christmas present. Jeanette Berryman Comer 706-783-5250 Homemade baby quilts, crib size; great size also for lap quilts and toddler beds; $65, name $7; small pillow $5; large burp cloths $4, with name $7. Anita Johnson Oglethorpe 478-472-8762 Knitted gifts, apparel, jewelry and more; order by Nov. 1 to ensure Christmas, Hanukkah delivery; find me on Facebook and at knitaliciousknitknacks. Dallas Duncan Atlanta 706339-4962 Old-fashioned rabbit boxes; stick trigger system, weathered wood; 50 years experience building, trapping; $20 each plus $10 shipping; cedar blue bird houses, clean-out lid, $12 plus $6 shipping. Donald Allen Snellville 404-578-7758 Porch swings: four-feet, $40; five-feet, $50. Bill Speer Summerville 706-8574189 Raggedy Ann and Andy dolls, 25 inches; $30 each plus $7 shipping; all handmade, no paints, beautifully dressed, original 1970 pattern. B. Hopkins 914 28th St E Tifton 31794 229-382-2310 Red, white and green hand-knitted Christmas stockings with name, year of birth, Santa and decorated tree; $40 each plus postage. M J Powell Gainesville 770-534-5866 Tara’s Tiny’s Farm offers quality goat milk soap and lotion; handmade, and the milk is fresh off our farm. www. Tara Hatfield Temple 404-427-3649 Unique deer antler knives; three sizes to choose from; comes with saddle leather sheath; can be personalized; heirloom gift for a lifetime. Darrel Millwood 912-282-0167 912-283-1051 Yarn, hats, more from 100 percent alpaca fiber; plus pyrography plaques, autumn wreaths, baskets, unique ornaments, gifts. Pam Scruggs Blairsville 478-2780147

Looking for 24-foot gooseneck cattle trailer, must be in good condition. Carroll Moore Iva SC 864-933-2306 Museum needs a three or four drawer poultry incubator, should be in good condition; used for educational purposes. Willard Smith Blountstown FL 850-674-2777 Stock trailer; gooseneck or bumper pull cut gate, canvas top, escape door, wood floor, 14x16 feet; road ready. Lamar Simmons Gainesville FL 352-4851237 TD6 or TD9 dozer in excellent condition, must have 60 percent undercarriage and tracks. Darius Scott Calhoun Falls SC 864-378-6658 Oddities Wanted: One 13.6x26 rear tractor tire. Apple cider press in great condition, Larry Jordan Gainesville FL 352-332$150. Roby Robinson Milton olivewr@ 7707 770-751-0246 678-5769119 Firewood Assorted old, mule drawn farm equip- All firewood advertised in the Marment, suitable for yard art. Kyle Fuller ket Bulletin must be cut from the adFitzgerald 229-426-2618 vertiser’s personally owned property. Beautiful emerald green emu eggs; In addition, by law, terms such as face cleaned and blown; excellent carving; cord, rack, pile, truckload, etc., canscrimshaw painting, also pure emu oil. not be used to advertise firewood. Jacquelyn Paul Conyers 770-761-1284 Advertisers must use the standard Corn stalks: six bundle tied with or- unit of measure, the cord, when specange baling string, holiday decoration, ifying the amount of firewood for sale. stored inside, $3 per bundle; local de- Gas logs for sale; good condition, livery. Deb Ruby Good Hope dlr2824@ $100. Michelle Copeland Clarkesville 770-267-2654 706-499-8611 Gourds for sale: Martin, Crooked Han- Hardwood; 16 inches to 18 inches, dle, Craft, Bottleneck and more. Wallace ready for splitting, $135 per cord. K. Maxwell Royston 706-245-4218 Baker Fayetteville 770-461-1514 Gourds, many varieties to choose Oak firewood; delivered in Henry from, at farm or ship UPS. Crystal Lang County, $150 per cord. Randy Smith Cordele 229-322-1321 McDonough 404-901-5278 Large walnut stump for sale; cut No- Red oak firewood, $150 per cord; local vember 2011; for gun stock or funiture; delivery available at extra charge. Joe photo available, $200. Barbara Schaefer Williams Cumming 770-889-8965 678Shiloh 706-628-5415 727-6231 Lucky buckeyes to carry, $4 per doz- Season hardwood for sale; half-cord en; planting, $5 per dozen, instructions and full cord; $100 half and $200 full included. Jules Simmons St. Mountain cord. J. Harper Hampton 678-544-1886 828-226-4700 Seasoned hardwood; $150 for cord; Luffa sponge (whole) $6, includes you pick up. Larry Beuchat Griffin 770postage; seeds 20 for $3; SASE; exfoli- 228-5174 ate skin, clean glass, vegetables, eggs, Seasoned oak firewood, $200 for cord; body. Davis Yaun Soperton dayaun@ $100 for half-cord; $65 for a fourth-cord; 912-399-1988 delivery extra. Peter Cabrel Hampton 404-513-9353 Miscellaneous Wanted Seasoned oak firewood, split 18 inchCharcoal cooker; 4x8-foot cooking es to 22 inches, half cord, $75, you pick surface, towable, single door. Tom Rush up, cash only. Nick Martin Fayetteville Fayetteville 678-576-0962 770-851-5683 Need used building, metal preferred, Seasoned oak firewood; ready to burn; suitable for husband and wife work- delivery available, $175 per cord; $90 shop, 20x40 feet; affordable price. per half-cord. Bob Lewis Fayetteville Bruce Jones Monroe 404-906-0386 770-461-4083 Seeking outlet for regular purchase Seasoned split oak firewood, $70 per of Jersey heifers; does anyone know half cord. Michael Stone McDonough a good breeder in area? Lu Flaherty 770-957-8613 Danielsville 312Handicrafts 342-0734 Want accessories, parts, attachments If you have questions regarding ads in for 1948 Sunbeam Mixmaster, model 9. this category, call 404-656-3722. Jean Hayes Dalton Jmayna01@yahoo. All items advertised in the Handicom 706-259-5169 craft category must be handmade by Want approx. 750 ft., 26 ft., small guard the advertiser; items purchased by rail from state used surplus, need metal the advertiser for resale may not be posts if possible. Winfred Crane Winder advertised. Advertisers must include 706-654-8686 a statement to this effect when subWant to buy syrup kettles, cane mills mitting advertisements Handicraft ads and dinner bells. Ray Freeman Dublin are limited to 30 words and must be in 478-272-1307 compliance with all other advertising Wanted: 200-gallon propane tank with guidelines (see page 2). regulator; good condition, reasonable All types of chair caning, refinishing price; in Blue Ridge area. James Woody and repairs. James J Lewis Perry 478Morganton 706-838-5439 987-4243 Wanted: 55-gallon stainless steel Any crocheted item, baby booties, closed end drums, north Georgia area. bonnets, blankets, adult sweaters, slipBill Croft Dawsonville 706-344-9691 pers, afghans, more; call for prices. Wanted: Breeder hen chain feeder; 500- Wilma Pelley Jonesboro 770-478-9347 foot house, good condition, two houses. Aprons, full or half; men’s, women’s, Veal Duncan Royston 706-498-2349 children’s; adult bibs, walker bags, sunWanted: Buggy springs; 20 to 24 inch- bonnets $7 each; three for $15; includes Larry Hearn of Marietta, Ga., holds a es long. Hugh Moore Cumming 770- postage. Margaret Hottle College Park three-pound turnip root his brother Charlie grew in his Alabama garden. 887-4748 404-344-0568



SHOW: Senate brings home trophy for first time From Page 1 Grand Champion showman. Kirby had previous livestock showing experience, but said he appreciated the refresher course. “It’s kind of like riding a bike,” he said. “It seems like maybe a little more work than it used to be when I was younger, but I wanted to give back and get the opportunity to do it.” Holmes said watching Kirby, she felt like her parents do watching her in the show ring. Emily Griffiths, director of programs and industry relations for Ohio Beef Council and Cattlemen’s Association, was judge for the Showdown. “These legislators have a chance to interact with the very future of the beef and agricultural industries. That beef that goes on the dinner table … can only be made possible because we have producers committed to raising that safe, wholesome, high-quality beef that we not only feed our own families, but that we know our consumers can trust,” Griffiths said, addressing the crowd. Cagle said passion for the beef industry was evident when working with Morgan. “[Morgan] was a great coach and he’s a remarkable young man,” Cagle said. “He was very patient with me and taught me an awful lot in a very short period of time, all the way from how to wash the steer and how to blow it dry, how to comb it and have it prepared and ready to show it.” Seay said despite the challenge of properly positioning the heifer, she was excited to finally fulfill her motto. “I finally did it. I finally came full circle to facing my fears, and it was all because of Peyton,” Seay said. “Peyton was not only knowledgeable, but he was calming. … I felt so at ease doing something that’s totally out of my comfort zone.” Mattox said working with Seay was a great experience. “Telling people what all I’ve learned from my ag teachers, my dad and my mom about showing, showing me responsibility, and it was really nice getting to pass that on to somebody who didn’t know anything about it,” Mattox said. “[Seay] said she’d never fooled with animals before, and she’s fooled with a 700-pound animal as the first one. ... I think she did a great job.” Each legislator was presented with a framed photo of themselves and their partners as well as books on Georgia’s FFA and 4-H histories. Each exhibitor was also presented with a $100 check courtesy of the Georgia National Fair. Griffiths said it was great to see the legislators “giving back.”

“Having a chance to interact with these young people is so important,” Griffiths said. “Hopefully these legislators have understood this bond and level of trust that I think happens between these cattle and young people. I ask of you, as legislators, that you don’t let them down when it comes to trust in you, to make sure they have a future that people can continue to believe in and support agriculture.”



Here are just a few scenes from the 24th annual Georgia National Fair, held Oct. 3 through 13 in Perry, Ga. Visit to view more.

Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture Gary W. Black, along with Department Marketing Division Director Jack Spruill (left), Economist Kelli Williams and Gene Sutherland, cut the ribbon on the Georgia Grown Building. This was the first year the building was open at the fair.

Fairgoers shopped ‘til they dropped at the Georgia Grown Pavilion store inside the Georgia Grown Building. Items for sale represented dozens of Georgia Grown member farms and agribusinesses.

Georgia Sen. Valencia Seay practices leading a heifer belonging to Peyton Mattox, right, of Oglethorpe County FFA before the Legislative Livestock Showdown at the Georgia National Fair. Seay was excited to face her fear of livestock and help lead the Senate team to showmanship victory at the event. Photo by Dallas Duncan

FARMS: Most honorees owned by same family for 100 years

After perusing the Georgia Grown Building, fair visitors delighted in a multitude of attractions. Paddleboats on the lake, a gigantic Ferris wheel and more drew crowds of children, adults and teens alike.

From Page 1 Julius McAllister Farm, Marion County McAllister Family Farm, Marion County Williams Family Farm, Morgan County Berry Family Farm, Newton County Gatliff Farms, Peach County The Dixon Family Farm, Pierce County Southwind Farm, Randolph County Fountain Family Farm, Taylor County Kentavia Williams Farm, Inc., Thomas County Glenn Family Farm Homestead, Troup County Goodwin Brothers Farm, Webster County Freeman Springs Farm, Whitfield County Jenkins-Shanklin Family Farm, Worth County

Georgia Centennial Family Farm Troy and Nellie Jo Spicer Farm, Berrien County Alderman Family Farm, Bulloch County Norris Chester Mattox Sr. Farm, Clinch County Oak Hill Farm, Cook County Can Do Farms, Dooly County Wooten Farms, Dougherty County H.W. Kessler Farm, Effingham County McMullan Farms, Hart County C.T. Bray Family Farm, Johnson County Morton Farm, Jones County Staten Plantation and Murray Staten Farms, Lowndes County

Be it deep-fried cauliflower, funnel cakes, Wisconsin cheese or smoothies, the fair had fodder to please every palate that worked up an appetite on the rides. Here, a customer waits patiently on a pork chop sandwich courtesy of the Houston County Young Farmers’ food stand.




Oct. 16, 2013 Market Bulletin