Agriculture

  Chatham County Students celebrate Arbor Day by planting new trees

Friday is Arbor Day.A day set aside to celebrate the importance of trees.To mark the occasion Friday morning some students in Chatham County got their hands dirty to learn about the crucial role trees play in our environment.

  Cotton farmers need a solid week of dry weather

  Grain bin collapses in Sylvania

  Nestor’s impact on local cotton farms

Ga. governor, first lady help kick-off 2019 Sunbelt Ag Expo

  Ag Expo shows off a major Ga. industry

Come on in! Moultrie’s 2019 Sunbelt Ag Expo is underway

Continued Coverage

  Dry conditions affecting livestock’s food supply

  Hampton Co. farmers hoping for a little rain

  Farmers need winds, heavy rains to stay away during peanut harvest

  Summer sun, rain good for cotton crops

Farmers prepare for peanut harvest

Drones could soon benefit farmers in Bulloch County

  Hot weather affecting crops in Bulloch Co.

All summer, the heat has been relentless in South Georgia. One specific area has significantly been affected by the hot weather: farming.

Bulloch Co. agricultral producers gather for prayer to begin harvest season

Farmers, bankers, and others in agriculture in Bulloch County gathered Friday for prayer and devotional on the eve of the harvest season.

46th Annual Claxton Rattlesnake & Wildlife Festival 2013

The 46th Annual Claxton Rattlesnake & Wildlife Festival , sponsored by the Evans County Wildlife Club, will be held March 9 & 10, 2013 at the Evans County Wildlife Club Festival Grounds located in the Claxton-Evans County Industrial Park.

Vidalia Onion Festival

The Vidalia Onion Story takes root in Toombs County, Georgia over 60 years ago, when a farmer by the name of Mose Coleman discovered in the late spring of 1931 the onions he had planted were not hot, as

Claxton Readies For Roundup

WTOC to Webcast Rattlesnake Roundup