Farmers and consumers market bulletin, 2020 July 1

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Consumer Advisory

FDA advises against use of certain hand sanitizers made in Mexico

[6/19/2020] The U.S. Food and Drug Administration advises consumers not to use any hand sanitizer manufactured by Eskbiochem SA de CV in Mexico, due to the potential presence of methanol (wood alcohol), a substance that can be toxic when absorbed through the skin or ingested. FDA has identified the following products manufactured by Eskbiochem:
All-Clean Hand Sanitizer (NDC: 74589002-01)
Esk Biochem Hand Sanitizer (NDC: 74589-007-01)
CleanCare NoGerm Advanced Hand Sanitizer 75% Alcohol (NDC: 74589008-04)
Lavar 70 Gel Hand Sanitizer (NDC: 74589-006-01)
The Good Gel Antibacterial Gel Hand Sanitizer (NDC: 74589-010-10)
CleanCare NoGerm Advanced Hand Sanitizer 80% Alcohol (NDC: 74589005-03)

10 0 t1h9A17nniv2e0r1s7ary CleanCare NoGerm Advanced Hand Sanitizer 75% Alcohol (NDC: 74589009-01) CleanCare NoGerm Advanced Hand
Sanitizer 80% Alcohol (NDC: 74589-

the nervous system or death. Although all persons using these prod-
ucts on their hands are at risk, young children who accidently ingest these products and adolescents and adults who drink these


products as an alcohol (ethanol) substitute,

Saniderm Advanced Hand Sanitizer

are most at risk for methanol poisoning.

(NDC: 74589-001-01)

On June 17, 2020, FDA contacted Eskbio-

chem to recommend the company remove its

FDA tested samples of Lavar Gel and hand sanitizer products from the market due

CleanCare No Germ. Lavar Gel contains 81 to the risks associated with methanol poi-

percent (v/v) methanol and no ethyl alcohol, soning. To date, the company has not taken

and CleanCare No Germ contains 28 per- action to remove these potentially dangerous

cent (v/v) methanol. Methanol is not an ac- products from the market. Therefore, FDA

ceptable ingredient for hand sanitizers and recommends consumers stop using these

should not be used due to its toxic effects. hand sanitizers and dispose of them imme-

Consumers who have been exposed to diately in appropriate hazardous waste con-

hand sanitizer containing methanol should tainers. Do not flush or pour these products

seek immediate treatment, which is criti- down the drain.

cal for potential reversal of toxic effects of FDA reminds consumers to wash their

methanol poisoning. Substantial methanol hands often with soap and water for at least

exposure can result in nausea, vomiting, 20 seconds, especially after going to the

headache, blurred vision, permanent blind- bathroom; before eating; and after coughing,

ness, seizures, coma, permanent damage to sneezing, or blowing one's nose. If soap and

water are not readily available, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend consumers use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60 percent ethanol.
FDA remains vigilant and will continue to take action when quality issues arise with hand sanitizers. Additionally, the agency is concerned with false and misleading claims for hand sanitizers, for example that they can provide prolonged protection such as 24-hours against viruses including COVID-19, since there is no evidence to support these claims.
To date, FDA is not aware of any reports of adverse events associated with these hand sanitizer products. FDA encourages health care professionals, consumers and patients to report adverse events or quality problems experienced with the use of hand sanitizers to FDA's MedWatch Adverse Event Reporting.
Find more information and reporting resources online at Find guidelines for protecting yourself and others from COVID-19 online at

Study: Georgia lost more than 500,000 acres of farmland to development between 2001 and 2016

By Jay Jones
A study showing that farmland in Georgia is among the most threatened in the country is also casting a new light on efforts to protect farms from residential and commercial development. The study, "Farms Under Threat: The State of the States," was released by the American Farmland Trust this year and examined the loss of farmland in each state between 2001 and 2016.
Georgia is ranked fifth in AFT's study

in the amount of farmland lost. The study scored each state on policies and programs in place to protect farmland. Georgia scored high on property tax policy but poorly on conservation easement programs and landuse planning.
In Georgia, the study showed about 544,000 acres of agricultural land was developed or used for purposes other than farming and ranching, with most of the loss occurring around metro Atlanta. Of that total, 195,000 acres developed were identified as land best suited for growing food and crops,

according to the study. Billy Van Pelt II, AFT senior director of
external relations, noted that agriculture is Georgia's largest economic sector and argues the state should make agriculture a significant part of long-term planning and land use. Georgia's overall agricultural impact on the state's economy is $76 billion. Georgia is the top producer of chicken broilers and peanuts in the country and is second highest in cotton, pecans and rye.
"It's not about stopping growth. It's not anti-growth. It's about protecting the most

important soils your productive, versatile and resilient soil and your nationally significant soils for the future of agriculture."
Agricultural conservation easements noted in the study have not been widely used in Georgia despite funding offered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture through the Agricultural Conservation Easement Program.
Under the ACEP, farmers elect to give up development rights to their land in exchange for a conservation easement. The property's easement value is appraised, then the feder-
See STUDY, page 11

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2004 John Deere 6420, premium cab, heat/AC, tilt steer-


ing, radio. Also includes loader, hay spear, 4WD, pallet fork,

bucket. 3115hrs. Ed Boston

Please specify if machinery is

Hogansville 678-231-9134

in running condition.

2015 John Deere 5085E trac-


tor, 92hrs, glass cab w/ all extras. 3pt hitch, front forklift,

1938 Alis Chalmers WC, rebuilt machinery: $6000. OBO. Robert Lanier Madison 404310-0412

1954 Farmall 100, runs good, complete restoration: engine, rear bearings and seals, new

loader attachment included. Barn kept: $45,000. Stanley Harris Carrollton 770-4677150

tires all around: $8550. Andy

1944 John Deere A (Hand Talton Jr 478-972-5032 Perry

Start). Runs great, Wico X

magneto, restored 2002, origi- 1954 ford NNA Jubilee style

nal sheet metal, garage kept: that runs good with older bush

$3900. Tom Turner Greens- hog. Can provide pictures:

boro 770-595-5238

Asking $2600. Richard Shriver

Cumming 404-376-5351

1949 Cub, new rear tires, 1975 Simplicity sovereign

$1800; planter, $400; 57 Cub garden tractor, 16hp, 3sp, 42in

wheel weighs, fast-hitch, mower deck, scrape blade,

$2200. Both run good, good cultivator, misc plows, front

implements. Tony Noble Fort PTO, stored 27yrs: $750 K.

Valley 478-825-0829

Williamson Danielsville 706-


2015 John Deere 6115M. No DEF required. Always kept inside, washed and waxed regularly. Looks new. Jerry Leonard Chatsworth

1951 John Deere MT, good 1980 Ford 340 Industrial 706-581-8351

condition, 12V system: $2700. diesel, loader, 3pt hitch PTO,

Ernest Smith Winder 678-425- strong ps: $6500. Richard 2016 New Holland T4.90 4x4


Mikell Molena 706-647-5051 loader. Air seat, 1300hrs,

2000 Ford diesel tractor, p/s 5yr/5000hr warranty good thru

1953 Ford Jubilee, good con- differential lock, good tires, 12/21: $47,000. James Martin

diton, good tires, used regular- good sheet metal: $4500. Har- Waynesboro 706-558-5005

ly: $2900. Melvin Fleming Arnoldsville 706-742-8554

ry Puckett 7354



2018 Kioti CK4010 SE HC, 68hrs, CAB, hydrostatic, heat

and AC, loader, dual remotes,


powertrain warranty: $24,900. Tim Carter Homer 706-6586644

2019 LS 4140 tractor with

Figs (starting mid-July), blackberries & blueberries (until mid-July). Snare Farm, 3736

Pick your own blueberries starting June 15: $8 a gallon. 7 days, 8 am till dark. Call for

front end loader. Low hrs, dual remotes with canopy: Asking $23,500. Ask for Tim. J. Den-

Gillsville Hwy, Gillsville. Open availability. Potluck Blueberry son Dallas 678-414-4532

daily. For COVID-19 safety, Farm Milledgeville 478-932- 4025 Mahindra, 40hp,

contact Joanne for appoint- 5390

canopy, less than 55 hrs:

ment 978-835-5458 SnareFar-

$7500. John Pierson Culloden


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601 Ford 1958 Work Master, 4ft brush cutter, good tires, new paint, runs good. Bob Bailey Saint Simons Island 678-772-0674

100% sugarcane syrup, no corn syrup. Three 25.4 oz bottles shipped: $48 total. pay-

Homemade danish, cream horns and croissants. Call or email for more info. P. Williams

690 B Trackhoe: $14,000; 850 JD Dozer: $22,000 both good running condition: I.T. Jeanes Ben Epworth Gordon 478-233-0347

Parrish Statesboro 912-536- or 706-632-5150 2200

706 International diesel tractor, Tricycle front-end, runs

2019 Pecans for sale: $10 per Locally grown strawberries: good, needs batteries: $2200.

lb. Have some broken pieces $10per gal; Titan blueberries: Dennis Jones Norwood 706-

and halves for $9 per lb. $12gal; wild blackberries: $15- 833-6907

Shelled and ready for freezer. Peggy Griffin Clarksville 706768-8417

gal, blk walnuts: $20qt, will ship. Charles Eaves Elberton 706-436-0310

Ford 345C, 52hp, great shape, shuttle shift wheel weights, 1300hrs, good rub-

2019 pecans ready to eat, mostly halves: $10 per lb. No shipping. Raymond Gilbert Madison 706-342-3623

Peaches, berries, vegetables. Hours: 9 to 5 Monday thru Saturday. CJ Orchards, 1251 Old Mill Road, Rutledge, Ga. Exit

ber. Jacob Cantrell Dahlonega 678-776-8068
Ford 800 in working condition. Tractor and bush hog:

2019 pecans. Shelled, 105 off of I-20. 706-318-9462 $2800 OBO. Jacob Rogers

cleaned, packaged: $10/lb.

29114 Hwy. 112 Toomsboro,

Packaged in 1lb bags. 5lb min. Squash, tomatoes, peppers, Ga. 31090 478-457-4974

to ship +postage. AA Farms 8am-5pm, Monday-Friday. Andy Adams Hartwell 706376-8968

okra, peas, corn, cucumber, eggplant, kale when in season. Terry Mikle Snellville 770-9798981

Ford N8 tractor, 1952 model year. Does not run: $700. Charles Corbett Loganville 770-714-7318

Grain fed or grass fed beef or wrapped to order: $3.50lb

Water-ground meal,


Ford tractor, 601 Workmas-

hanging weight., plus processing. Visit www.mcmichaelan-

wheat flour, your grain:

grits; will grind $5 per 5 lbs.

ter. Great tires, runs well. Buck Jordan Madison 404-583- Jason Cox +postage. Mike Buckner Junc- 3337

Social Circle 404-925-5412 tion City 706-269-3630

JD 4520, 53hp with front end

loader, 1300hrs: $27000. M.

Canning Supplies Brown Evans 706-833-4247 JD 6115M, 4x4, 2 remotes, CA, 822hrs: $65,000; JD 6410

2WD, 3 remotes, CA., 4044hrs,

clean: $37,500. Wiley Farm

Covington 770-464-3276

JD 6300 tractor, 2WD, 640 HD, self leveling loader, good tires, great tractor, one owner. Eatonton 706-485-8349 leave msg.

Taylor Lil' Pea sheller, Model 675, for sale. Used one season. Excellent condition. Paid $499, sell for $300. Call or text E. Poole Uvalda 912-585-3020

JD 955 tractor, 35HP, 4x4

loader, belly mower, 1240hrs.

Like new condition: $13,000;

MF 124 baler: $1800. Wendell

Bagwell Gainesville 770-654-


https://georgiagrown. John Deere 5310 64HP, ap-

proximately 1700 hours. Ask


for David. Geneva 706-326-






John Deere MX-8 rotary cut- One row planter. Fits superA Deutz-Fahr 2.5 round baler, 9N Ford Tractor Engine, dister, semi-mount, 8ft cutter in 100, 130, 140 Farmalls: $400. 4x5 bales. Excellent condition, assembled complete engine.

John Deere 4640 Quad Range, 8600 hours, 2000 hrs on major overhaul. Excellent

great condition: $3300. Larry Maney Baldwin 706-244-4348
Kubota G1800 finish mower.

Perry Poole Carnesville 498-1883
Renegade wheatheart


kept inside: $2750. Malcolm Yearwood Gainesville 770231-2868

Norman Cook Buena 229-649-7430
Canopy from a John

Vista Deere

condition. 18.4-42 90% Rub- 4 wheel steer, diesel engine, driver, trailer type, 13hp, 3y/o: Ford 530 square hay baler: 4044R. Good condition with

ber: $18,500. Carter Swancy 48inch deck, 863hrs. Runs $10,000. L. Daniels Zebulon $650. Bobby Gentry Tay- hardware: $350 obo. W.T.

Ranger 770-881-0127

well, mows well: $950. David 706-601-1074

lorsville 770-383-0754

Cobb Watkinsville 706-410-

1988 Chevy 250 8ft steel hardbed, V8 5speed: $2500; wheel hitch: $200; 12ft trailer: $1000; tow dolly: $350; Bushhog harrows: $400. Carter Stewart Baldwin 706778-5204

John Deere 6430 tractor, 4x2, cab, air, power quad, 6850hrs, good tires: $27,500. Rodney Martin Dublin 478-278-1818
Long Agribusiness 320 tractor, 32HP, diesel, 600hrs+.: $2500 cash only, no trades. Cranks, runs, good power but noisy above 2k-RPM. Paul Cushard Murrayville 404-6977356
Mahindra tractor 2810, 28HP, 4WD frontend loader, s/s transmission, R4 industrial tires, 1156hrs. Excellent condition: $10,800 obo. Other equipment available. W.H. Cochran Cherry Log 706-6325744

Taylor Carrollton 770-8615333
Kuhn 500 Disc mower parts/repairs: $250; 5ft Bush Hog Mower w/stump jumper: $400. Bobby Pruit Villa Rica 770-445-2423
Kuhn GMD 600-G II HD disc mower. Barn kept, fine shape. Used once a year last 10 years on 8acres: $3600. Alan Atwood Gainesville 770-6546371
Kuhn GMD 66 Select mower 6 disc. Excellent condition, stored in barn: $3800. Charles Gresham Rome 706-346-2053
Rhino mower, TW96 pull hitch, TW72, 3pt lift, both good shape, under shelter; All purpose 7 shank chisel plow; 5ft scrape. L. Alter Winston 770-

Set of KMC assist wheels, like new, 12ft beam, complete tires, cylinders, brackets, hoses: $2500. Can send pics. Wayne Taylor Buena Vista 229-942-0933
Troy Bilt tiller by Gardenway. Kohler K161T, 7HP, cast iron engine, new hard faced tines. Needs coil to run: $300. Duane Conner Helena 912-568-7689
450 John Deere crawler loader and root rake, good cylinders, under carriage, possible head problem: $2500. John Cannady Statesboro 912-865-

Ford square hay baler: $1500. John Deere 5300 tractor: $13,000; JD tractor 1950 model: $4800; JD skid steer: $48,000. S. Wright 706-6290406 Fairmount
Gehl square baler with 10bale Hoelshel accumulator: $12,000; Fella tedder: $5000; Sitrex rake: $2500. Bo Fountain Cairo 229-378-7515
Greenland Fanex 500 hay tedder. Good condition, located in Bleckley County: $2000. Mike Lucas Chester 478-5991116
Lely 4 wheel tedder/fluffer Lotus 520, good working condition. Good tires, last used fall 2017: $3000 cash. Sonny Teague Waleska 770-7965916

Irrigation pipe al. ring lock 6inch: $4.25 per foot, 8inch $5.50 per foot. Clamps, gaskets, elbows in good shape. John Downer Richland 229938-3034
Seven tractor weights used on MF 165 diesel tractor: $20 each. Walstein Jordan Blackshear 912-614-9655
Tires, 4 each, 245/75/16: $100 used but in good shape. Ronald Rush Franklin 706675-3417/706-812-5271
Tractor tops, high density polyetheylene: $60. Fits most tractors if you have existing framework. Leave a message at 770-380-6747 Gainesville

3pt hitch equip., boom poles, one with winch, disc harrow, cement mixer, post hole digger 9in auger, cut off saw with PTO pulley. Duke Winterville 706-714-4594
6ft Bush Hog 286 with chains to trade for 5 or 6ft tiller. Also have Dearborn double disc plow harrow, cultivator auger. Sammy Strickland Dawsonville 706429-7143
81 pieces twist lock irrigation pipe; KMC 12ft cultivator; 12ft Brillion cultipacker; 20ft hay conveyor; Taylor-Way offset harrow. Hugh Hamilton Augusta 706-825-1526
Concrete trowel machine. Briggs Motor, like new blades,



New Holland 273 square

Sitrex sickle bar mower with 6 foot box scrape. I think it's baler; New Holland 4disc

7ft blade used once: $2000. a Land Pride. Photos available: mower; Enorossi hay rake.

Charles Mathis Jefferson 404- $450. Josh Pennino Sparta Bob Steele Zebulon 770-468-


runs & finish good: $250; TaylorWay cutaway, 3ph, 8disc: $425. G.C. Anthony Commerce 706-367-7116




(2) Detroit Diesel Leroy Homer Double bagger for John

TroyBilt Pony, 17.5HP, 42in cut, 7-speed transmission, low hours, riding mower: $700. R.

6ft litter bucket skid steer mount: $500 cash. Ted Reeves Sparta 706-878-8562

New Holland 326 square baler. Works but needs attention: $1000. Wes Hopper Pitts

300 KVA for sale: $5000ea. Melvin Anderson Dahlonega 706-265-0584

Deere lawn mower, 48in cut, two bags. Albert Cataula 504413-4210

Massey Ferguson 135, 3701hrs, power steering, new paint, tires 90%, new front bumper, mowing deck.

Conley Conyers 770-851-2623
Vicon CM2400 disc mower VGC: $4100. Kenneth Moore Greensboro 706-817-1014

Box blade, 6ft. Two to choose from: $425. Ron Morris Brunswick 912-230-3857

New Holland rollbar rake #57, PTO driven, ground drive 256, both VGC: $2500 each. Mal-

12,000gal stainless steel nitrogen storage tank w/electrick motor and pump: $4000. Sam Holland Lumber City 912-497-

For sale, hydraulic lift for 4wheelers or lawnmowers. Never used, like new. Cost me $250, will sell for $195. Jessie

Gauges work, one front headlight broken. Andrew Smyrnios Oxford 404-7971652

Heavy duty land levelers; 8, colm Yearwood Gainesville 0005

Arnett Tifton 229-382-6517

Vicon CM247 disk mower. Needs a new bearing or will sell for parts: $1000. Chad Duck Braselton 706-654-8605

10 and 12 ft: $1700-$2800. Mike Hulett Hazlehurst 912253-0162
Hedgehog box blade pulver-

New Holland Square Baler, model 271: $600. Don Helm Covington 770-786-6503

164 joints rainbow 6in irrigation pipe, 30ft long, twist lock. Gene Wood Dexter 478-2904326

For sale: Antique motor, 2 hp Witte, governor throttle: $1200. Jessie Arnett Tifton 229-3826517



izer, 5.5ft: $995. Sold Concord 706-975-3400



NH 2550 Hay Swather with 18ft 2300 sickle head, good

Like new large capacity skid shape. JD 430 round hay

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10 foot heavy duty Mahindra

steer bucket. 96inch wide, baler, good shape. Douglas

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mower with original blades. (1) 16in, 2 bottom turning 26inch tal,l 38inch deep: $950. Patterson Douglasville 770- unless requested otherwise. Ads are limited to 25 words,

Seldom used. Excellent condi- plow. 1 bush and bog; (8) 18in Ornan Martin East Dublin 314-0517

tion: $3500. Ellis Belflower disc harrow one row cultivator. 850-380-1393

NH 846 model round baler:

Fort Valley 478-951-1104
1985 6ft Vicon disc mower. Been in shed last 20yrs. 5Ft bush hog, brand bush hog worked last time i used it. Steve Pettit Gainsville 770540-1870
2019 Woodmizer saw mill, Lt

Darwin Blansit Trion 706-2380465
(1) 4-row, high residue Buffalo cultivator: $3500; JD BWA 12ft harrow: $1800; MF T035 tractor: $2500. J.W. Adkins Vienna 229-805-0255
3-pt hitch, 6ft harrow, 18disc, solid harrow: $450. Mike

Quick Connect 72in HD grapple: $1650; 72in pallet forks: $750; Tree shear: $2500. Jim Bishop Franklin 706-6753943

$2000; NH 616 model 7.5ft disc mower: $2500. NH 57 model hay rake roller bar: $900. Jerry Jackson Macon 478-396-7627
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35, hydraulic, 25hp. Will train buyer to saw: $18,750 cash. Wayne Mansfield 770-2944596

Bird 229-942-3835 Americus
4-row Pittsburgh Cultivator w/John Deere 71 Planters w/ secticide hoppers. John Paul

2 New Holland TR85 combines & heads. Parts or restore. Make an offer. Donald Akins Collins 912-557-

drew Shank Metter 912-6829644
Vermeer 504 Super I baler, always sheltered, good cond-

616 New Holland disc mower, Ellis Statesboro 912-865-9597 4616/912-245-9837

tion, ready to bale: $5500. Ed

needs new heads: $750. Randy Milan Tyrone 770-9642920

Covington side dresser, $250 cash. Oliver grain drill, wood seed box repairable or yard

5537 Savage pecan sprayer, 1000 PTO, 37inch fan, excellent condition: $5500. Donald

English 770-584-6308 Zebulon
Vermeer TE170 (4 tine) tedder for sale, used 1 season. Leo

6ft finishing mower by art: $500 cash. Doug Sum- Akins Collins 912-557-4616 or Perfect Unadilla 478-955-2362

Woods, model RM306. Old but works good, has new belt, 3ph. R. Cragg Alto 706-7763318
Bush Hog mower, 7ft, #307. Keith Stewart 404-538-9092 Buford
Bush Hog trimmer/mower, 5ft, Model FTH-600. Keith Stewart Buford 404-538-9092
DR Tow Behind Brush mower, 20hp, B&S V-twin electric start, 44in wide, like new, on trailer: $2500. Don Commer Cumming 770-316-9001
F-725 JD lawn mower, front deck 54in, 25hp Kawasaki engine, new tires, new blades, 1650 hrs. One owner, shelter kept: $2275. Ricky Lynn Jeffersonville 478-9723577

merville 770-646-8152 Rockmart
Dirt Dog all purpose plow, 9 shank: 1 new for $850, 1 used for $675. Charles Mathis Jefferson 404-317-6173
Ferguson bottom turn plow: $200; 8-disc harrow 3pt: $300; 9-shank all purpose plow: $700; 2-row cultivator: $400; 3pt middle buster: $150. T. Barge Gay 770-927-3756
JD 10ft Type B grain drill reconditioned with new seed cups, drop tubes and drag chains Photos available. Ed Roddenbery Hamilton 706315-6658
JD Grain Drill, 5ft w, 3pthitch: $1100. C. McCrary Americus 229-815-6540

Case Combine 944: corn, head, fld tested, good cond.: $1500; 9965 JD, Picker: $16,500, ready. Ralph Nutt Cordele 229-276-5336
10 wheel Enorossi batrake. Excellent condition, each wheel floats by itself: $4500. Glenn Knight Rentz 478-9834121
1957 New Holland 78 square baler. Works great don't need it anymore: $2500. Call or text anytime. Ryan Johnson Madison 706-474-2306
2016 Massey Ferguson 1840 small square baler, Excellent condition, like new: $16,500.

300 gallon pull behind boomless AG sprayer. Excellent shape: $2400. Charles Mathis Jefferson 404-317-6173
Eight foot easy flow spreader: $200. Jimmy Salter Thomaston 706-601-5889
EZ Flow drop spreader. Good tires, lock in hubs. Great condition. Has always been sheltered: $650. Bobby Grant Dalton 706-226-9389
LMC 18 row sprayer with hoods, 300gal tank: $5500. Al Breedlove Dawson 229-8812141

Farmall Cub and Lowboy belly mowers, both completely refurbished, with mule gear, brackets: $300 each; Two draw bars: $100 and $150. Dale Shinn Conyers 770-6555656
John Deere 435 hay baler;

JD seed drill with small seed box, 13ft, 3in: $6000 obo. Jimmy Perry Carlton 706-5408119
John Deere 412 two bottom plow, barn kept, fine condition: $525. Alan Atwood Gainesville 770-654-6371
John Deere deer plot drills,

Andy Murdock Cordele 229881-4957
Case TD 102 pull type disc mower. 10ft, 4inch cut, 2015 model. Same machine as New Holland H6830. Always sheltered: $8000. Keith Yawn Hazlehurst 912-375-7743

(4) Firestone 10ply tires, LT245/75R/16, used: $100. Alson have some R18 tires, Griffin area. Gene Karr Williamson 770-412-7322
2 very good used 14.9x24 Goodyear Dyna Torque II

John Deere 275 disc mower; works on 3 pt. Hitch: $2400- County Line heavy duty super mounted on 4 lug Farmall rims.

John Deere tedder, 8-wheel $2800. Royce Hulett Hazle- hay spear, 3pt hitch great con- (air & water): $275 each obo.

hay rake. Mike Carter hurst 912-253-0161 or 912- dition: $200. Bo Rohrabaugh Byron Turner Cumming 770-

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Hoof trimming chute, lay over 2013 Polaris Ranger Crew Heavy duty boom pole, 3pt 97 year old barn wood in-

with hydraulic cylinder, con- 800, power steering, Polaris hitch: $75. T. Brown Fayet- cludes siding, tongue-and-

trolled belly belt, structurally HD front bumper winch, 14inch teville 770-630-5480

groove pine flooring, dimen-

sound: $2900.. V. Giesbrecht rims, new tires 5752 miles,

sional lumber, 18 sheets roof-

Frontier DH 3290 7.5inch off-

set harrow: $3250; JD MX6 6ft rotary mower: $2250; LCM 110-gallon sprayer 6-row

Please specify if equipment is in running condition or not.

boom or boomless: $1000. Amie Bautista Pembroke 912657-1821


Louisville 706-871-6270

farm used: $8400. James Full-


bright Appling 706-664-5145
Black Widow ATV motorcycle ramp, 5ft/11inx48w, bifold


closed, 24inx45in, new: $172, sell: $120. Gary Milton 404-

(1) Bush grain trailer. Orville 386-5798 text best.


ing tin. Also, 9 hand-hewn oak beams. Eddie Williams Buford



Approximately 30 sheets of used 5V barn tin, 12ft long: $15/sheet. Cash only. D.

1940s Meadows grist mill; Rainey Bremen 404-436-4507

Honda GX670 V-twin horizontal engine, electric start, stainless steel muffler, 11/8inchX31/2inch shaft with pulley. New, never installed: $1000. Larry Newsome Fayetteville 678-427-9410
Land Shark bush cutter, front

Case CX80C excavator, 2016 with 160hrs, steel tracks, hydraulic thumb, blade. Rodney Dunaway Hawkinsville 478214-7033
D6D Caterpillar 4way blade with hang on root rack undercarriage 90% in good condition: $39,500. William Braddy Vidalia 912-246-1631

Carver Douglas 912-381-0767
1998 Intl. 9100 32ft flat bed tandem with third axel. Road ready: $14,500. Steve Foster Shiloh 706-975-5688
Fenders for double-axle utility trailer with wheels, 12-13+15ft. Call fro price. Charles Sawyer 706-768-4776 Mount

1999 Club Car Carryall, enclosed cab, heater, fan, wind shield wipers, 4X4 dump bead, new tires. Tirey Farms Warm Springs 706-249-1450

1918 4-cylinder Hercules power unit with PTO; 31/2HP Hercules Hit & Miss. Kerry Hix Chatsworth 706-217-5550
Arm & Hammer 310lb anvil: $1050; Farriers anvil 250lb: $1050; American anvil 200lb: $375. Ben Hendrick Austell 770-948-9842

Free 140 y/o farm house tin roof oak and pine lumber, you take down, you clean up. Phillips Carnesville 706-4982176
HVAC unit, 2016 14 Seers Bryant. 3-ton heat pump with matching air handler. Slightly used: $800. Jackie

tractor mount, used one season: $3500. Philip Heard Monticello 770-630-7491
Looking to buy a planter seeder that would fit on a 1947 Farmall 1860 model Cub Cadet



17ft fiberglass Manatee, tilt and trim, depth finder, radio, swivel seats, new tires and rims on trailer, original owner,


Wyrick Lawrenceville 678232-5970
I-Beam 8inx23ft: $100; Chan-

excellent condition. James 125kW generator w/John nel iron 8inx16ft: $50. Nelson

20ft cow horse trailer; 20ft flat Smith Winder 770-867-2994 Deere motor. Excellent cond, Hollingsworth Molena 404-

gooseneck trailer. Dennis Hin-

sheltered, 876hrs: $13500. 805-4156

tractor. J. Prance 770-8333939 Canton
Nice set of Farmall Cub cultivators: $500. Disk plow, Super A. Larry King Chatsworth 706508-2144
Rainbow traveler, good hose, fair cable, rebuilt turbine: $2500. Roy Wade Cochran
LAWN AND 478-599-0635 VEHICLES GARDEN Roll away 10inch grain hop-
per bottom. Flex Angle Auger, 3 phase, 7.5HP motor and starter: $2250. Jarrell Cagle Rome 706-291-8651
Three point hitch hole digger with three augers. Works off any farm tractor: $400. Sam Henley Douglasville 404-4027968
Tree spade, Big John 65in on L9000 Ford Truck. 32 in. Tree spade skid loader mount. Selby Hull Hampton 770-294-
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2004 Featherlite 3-horse slant, rear tack, LQ, heat and air, fridge, microwave, passthru escape window, water heater, shower, toilet. Call for reduced price. Chris Mosley 912-213-4680 Cobbtown
2009 Bison Stratus trailer, all aluminum, 2 horse, GN, 8ft short wall, full living quarters. Call for pictures and price, Susan Knight Brooklet 912-6591722
3 horse trailers with rubber mats, double axles, electric brakes, 16ft: $2000. Tony Carter Forsyth 478-993-2119
Cattle and horse trailer, 16ft bumper pull. Good tires, redone brakes and solid non-slip floor: $1600. Alan Atwood Gainesville 770-654-6371
Custom built small animal transport cages for your utility trailer or truck. Call for more info. Phillip Jones Kite 478494-3144

ton Covington 770-786-2014
Camper trailer; needs renovation, ideal for camping out, deer hunting. Jason Wilson Warner Robins 478-929-5701
Rider mower, metal tilt trailer, 4ftx3ft, 15inch balloon tires, no rust, bolt attachment, like new: $150 obo. John Jordan Dawsonville 706-344-8033
Please specify if vehicles are in running condition.
16ft flat bed dump body twin hoist, good condition, mounted on 1971 GMC truck, poor condition, cracked block: $850. Need to move it. Clay Washburn Macon 478-7186263 1983 Chevy K-30 Dually Regular Cab, 8ft bed, 4x4, 454 V8 automatic, good condition, runs, drives, stops: $6500. Mark Blank Dawsonville 770905-6235

2017 Sun Tracker 18ft pontoon cruise boat, red, 60HP, like new: $17,500. Lorenzo Brown Jenkinsburg 470-4832078
Two-burner boat stove. Runs on alcohol or electricity, like new cond., send pic., will sell for: $199. Al Childrey Cumming 678-947-8603

Please specify if machinery is in running condition or not.


JD 260 lawn tractor, runs

well, w/leaf attachment, 2 leaf




48inx32inx32in leaf wagon

mower 46in: $250. D. Jones

Flowery Branch 770-967-


John Deere GT235, bad hydro, good Briggs, twin cylinder good, 54inch deck. James Young Canton 770-345-0753

Lamar Ellijay 706-273-6896
350 Gallon propane tank w/regulator: $300. Hartwell 706-371-1790

75kW Onan Generator:

$6500. LP Ford engine. Sin-

gle phase 120/140V, very




75ENTL19958. Ford motor

Model LSG-8751-6003-A

SPEC SC-488-AA. C.

Caudell Baldwin 706-499-


Changchai diesel generator 10K model S1100A2NM never used: $1400; 2 Trace-DR inverters model 36245, brand new: $1200 each. Text or call. Jason Anderson Atlanta 404257-0367

Miller Big Blue 250 diesel



pieces of Veemer equip.,low

hrs., used very little, stored in-

side. Call Joe at 706-743-3994


Porter Cable 50-gallon oil lubricated air compressor, 135 psi, 240 volt: $400. Mark

Steel columns (2), 8ftx4inx4in, round with 4x6 plates, both: $60. Call before 8pm. James Pinyan Douglasville 770-6347152
Windows, screens, 36inch by 503/4, dark gray, very good condition: $9 each. Robert Bonnett Young Harris 706386-3086
Wood-Mizer custom-cut lumber, kiln-dried, milled, restorations, timber frames, flooring, countertops, barns, fencing. reclaimed, live-edge, White oak trailer flooring. John Sell Milner 770-480-2326
200 ft. chain link fence; 5ft height; you remove; C. Phillips Watkinsville 706-769-5490
Wood fence post, treated poles fence sleeves, tape fittings, 2x6's, 4x4's, 1x4's. 1000 watt flood lights. Charles Wellham Statham 678-764-5097

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1984 F350 dump truck, 6

Wilcox Abbeville 706-982-

cylinder, gas, 4speed. Runs John Deere L130, 48in deck, 5702

great: $5900. John Kozisek 23HP Kohler ready to mow.


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Livestock listed must be for specific animals. Ads for free

good for farm or camp: $1500. Len Brown Lilburn 770-5643456
1990 Chevy Z71 1500 pickup, short wheel base, running, red, rebuilt engine, rebuilt transmission, new paint . Michael Know

Poulan Pro riding mower. Heavy duty, 42inch deck. 18.5HP Briggs engine, 6speed transmission, good tires, runs, cuts as it should: $450. David Combs Jefferson 706-3674107

(1) 24ftx64ft metal pole building roof: $300 obo. You take down and remove. About 150 concrete blocks, cleaned and stacked: $75. M. Holdeman Stapleton 706-699-1503

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2005 F-650, 245 Cummins engine, 67,000 miles, 7-speed, 14ft dump, metal sides, for grain/litter. Winton Sweatman Cleveland 770-241-4533

Simplicity Baron garden tractor. Will turn over, won't start, needs motor work. Good mowing deck, four attachments included. Jack Dailey Hayesville, NC 828389-0029

275+ gal. plastic tanks (tote) Market Bulletin must meet all

in metal cage. 5-inch caps on Interstate Animal Health

top, valve on bottom: $50 Movement Requirements, in-

each. C. Stovall Dahlonega cluding appropriate testing for


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2005 International 8600 single-axle day cab truck, 32,000 GVWR, CAT C13 engine, 391HP, Eaton 10speed transmission, 150inch wheelbase, 5th wheel: $14,500. Jim Jones Jasper 770-893-9610

Snapper riding mower. RE210, 33inch cut, Hydrostatic. Bought in 2018 for over $1400. Very good shape: $800 OBO. Mike Daniels Blue Ridge 706-632-2247

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Diesel 4x4, Laramie package, 174,000 miles. Great condition: $30,000. Call for more info. Tim Clarke Fayetteville 404547-6961
Ford F150 4-door 4WD pickup. Call for more information. Can supply pictures, if you would like them. John C. Adkins Cordele 706-525-9766
Leer camper shell F-150, short bed, like new: $400. Craig Brown Albany 229-3491680

2 lawn mower wagons: $40 each; Black and Decker hedge trimmer and Murray M2510 trimmer: $15 each. L. Williams Maysville 706-652-3392 leave message
Garden and flower stakes (12pk): 12in, $3; 18in, $5; 24in, $7; 36in, $9; 60in, $14. Wiley Connor Columbus 706-3251987
Goji berry starter plants: $5.99. Perennial, very hardy, small purple flowers, scrump-

3 complete 40x500 tunnel chicken houses: feed lines, water lines, fans, heaters, generators, trusses, etc. Call for more info. Ronnie Newton Dalton 706-217-7133
40x60 pole barn package, whole chicken houses available. Trusses, tin, lathes, ridge cap: $2950. Delivery available. Bill Durham Summerville 706252-1084

(42) black angus cows, some with white face. (26) calves below 300#. (1) black bull, asking: 42,000. Wayne Riverbank Metter 912-362-2108
1 black Angus bull, 3 years old: $700. Jerry Baxter Buena Vista 229-314-0371
1 Lemmon sired Reg'd. black Angus bull, excellent bloodlines, good EPDs, easy calving, good dispositions. Paul A. Copeland Shiloh 678-4109681
10 head Angus and SimAn-

Golf cart older club car 36V, tious red berries. We ship. 55 gallon metal burning bar- gus bred cows, due Oct/Nov.

runs good, have no charger: Hans Dalton 706-483-4221

rels: $25. Leave message if no Average age 5yrs: $12,000 all:

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Livestock Sales and Events Calendar

Editor's Note: To ensure the health and CHATTOOGA COUNTY




safety of staff and visitors, most livestock Every Friday, 7 p.m.: Goats, sheep; Trion Every Tuesday, noon: Cattle, goats, sheep; Every Friday, 6 p.m.: Chickens, small

Every Tuesday, 1 p.m.: Cattle. 3rd Friday:

auction sites have requested that sellers Livestock Auction, 15577 Hwy. 27, Trion. Franklin County Livestock Sales, 6461 animals; Gray Bell Animal Auction,

Slaughter hogs and Feeder pigs; Thomas

drop off animals and leave, and only

Call Bill Huff, 706.263.5720

Stone Bridge Road, Carnesville. Call

Hwy. 281, Royston. Call Billy Bell,

County Stockyards, 20975 Hwy. 19

buyers attend sales. We recommend

Chad and Clay Ellison, 706.384.2975 or 706.795.3961

N, Thomasville. Call Danny Burkhart,

calling the sale barn before going to




confirm that the event is still scheduled. Every Wednesday, 11 a.m.: Goats and


sheep; noon, cattle. Northeast Georgia GORDON COUNTY

1st & 3rd Thursdays, 7 p.m.: Goats, sheep, TOOMBS COUNTY


Livestock, 1200 Winterville Road, Athens. Every Thursday, 12:30 p.m.: Cattle, goats, chickens, small animals; Auction 41, 4275 1st & 3rd Saturdays, 11 a.m.: Feeder

1st & 3rd Saturdays, 12:30 p.m. at the Call Todd Stephens, 706.549.4790

sheep, slaughter hogs; Calhoun Stockyard GA Hwy. 41 N, Buena Vista. Call Jim Rush, pigs, goats, sheep, chickens, small

Baxley Fairgrounds: Goats, sheep, feeder

Hwy. 53, 2270 Rome Road SW, Calhoun. 706.326.3549. Email rushfam4275@ animals; Metter Livestock Auction, 621

pigs, hogs, calves, poultry and rabbits; COLQUITT COUNTY

Call Dennis Little & Gene Williams,

Hwy. 1 S, Lyons. Call Lewie Fortner,

A&A Goat Sales, 187 Industrial Drive,

Every Wednesday, 1 p.m.: Cattle;



Baxley. Call Allen Ahl, 912.590.2096

Moultrie Livestock Co., 1200 1st Street


NE, Moultrie. Call Randy Bannister,


Every Tuesday, 1:30 p.m.: Cattle, goats, TURNER COUNTY



Every Thursday, noon: Cattle, goats,

sheep; Pulaski County Stockyard, 1

Every Wednesday, 1 p.m.: Cattle; Turner

2nd & 4th Saturdays, 1 p.m.: Goats,

sheep; Duvall Livestock Market, 101

Houston Street, Hawkinsville. Call John County Stockyards, 1315 Hwy. 41 S,

sheep, chickens, small animals; Pearson COOK COUNTY

Apalachee Ave., Greensboro. Call Jim

Walker, 478.892.9071

Ashburn. Call Alan Wiggins, 229.567.3371

Livestock, 1168 Highway 441 N, Pearson. 1st, 3rd & 5th Saturdays, 1 p.m.: Goats, Malcom, 706.453.7368

Call Roberto Silveria, 229.798.0271

sheep, chickens, small animals; Deer Run



Auction, 1158 Parrish Road, Adel. Call JEFF DAVIS COUNTY

Every Wednesday, 1:30 p.m., 3rd Saturday Every Tuesday, 12 p.m.: Cattle, goats,

BEN HILL COUNTY Every Monday, 1 p.m.: Cattle; South Central Livestock, 146 Broad Road, Fitzgerald. Call Thomas Stripling,

John Strickland, 229.896.4553
DECATUR COUNTY 2nd Saturdays, 1 p.m.: Goats, sheep,

1st & 3rd Fridays: Horse sale, 7:30 p.m.; Special Sale, 1:30 p.m.: Cattle, goats,

sheep, horses. Upson County Livestock,

Circle Double S, 102 Lumber City Highway, sheep; Seminole Stockyard, 5061 Hwy. 2626 Yatesville Hwy., Thomaston. Call

Hazlehurst. Call Steve Underwood,

91, Donalsonville. Call Bryant Garland and Aaron and Anna White, 864.704.2487 or

912.594.6200 (night) or 912.375.5543 Edwina Skipper, 229.524.2305


229.423.4400 or 229.423.4436
BLECKLEY COUNTY 2nd& 4th Saturdays, 9 a.m.: Farm misc., 1:00 p.m. Ga. Lic. #3050; Goats, sheep,

chickens, small animals; Waddell Auction Co., 979 Old Pelham Road, Climax. Call John Waddell, 229.246.4955

JOHNSON COUNTY 1st & 3rd Mondays, 7:30 p.m.: Chickens; Ol' Times Auction, 503 Hill Salter Road,



2nd Saturdays, 5 p.m.: W&W Livestock, 1st and 3rd Saturdays, 4 p.m.: Chickens

Eastanollee Livestock Auction, Eastanollee. and goats; Coker's Sale Barn, 9648

Call Brad Wood, 864.903.0296

Duncan Bridge Road, Cleveland. Call

chickens, small animals; Cochran Auction Every Monday, 1 p.m.: Cattle, slaughter Barn, 290 Ash St., Cochran. Call Mark hogs; Swainsboro Stockyard, 310 Lambs Arnold 478.230.2482 or 478.230.5397 Bridge Road, Swainsboro. Call Clay Floyd
and David N. Floyd, 478.945.3793 BUTTS COUNTY Every Wednesday, 12:30 p.m.: Beef cattle; 2nd & 4th Saturdays, noon: Goats, sheep, 2nd & 4th Wednesdays, 11:30 a.m.: Dairy chickens, small animals; R&R Goat &

Kite. Call Robert Colston, 478.299.6240
JONES COUNTY Every Saturday, 7 p.m.: Goats, sheep, rabbits, guinea pigs, chickens; Wayside Auction, 1035 Monticello Highway, Gray. Call Valerie Rice Johnson, 762.435.1026.

3rd Saturdays, noon: Goats, sheep; Agri Auction Sales at Eastanollee Livestock Market, Highway 17 between Toccoa and Lavonia. Call Ricky Chatham, 706.491.2812 or Jason Wilson, 706.491.8840

Wayne Coker Sr., 706.540.8418
WILKES COUNTY Every Wednesday, noon: Cattle, goats, sheep; Wilkes County Stockyard, Hwy. 78 Bypass/302 Third Street, Washington. Call Kenny Durden and Linda Robertson,

cattle; Mid-Georgia Livestock Market, 467 Livestock Auction, 560 GA Hwy. 56 N,

Fairfield Church Road/Hwy. 16 W, Jackson. Swainsboro. Call Ron & Karen Claxton,

Call Seth Harvey, 770.775.7314



Every Tuesday, 10 a.m. & 1st Fridays:

Facebook: Wayside Auction
LAMAR COUNTY Every Friday, 6 p.m.: Goats, sheep, chickens, small animals; 5 p.m., farm

Every Monday, noon: Cattle, goats, sheep; Eastanollee Livestock, 40 Cattle Drive, Eastanollee. Call Mark Smith, 706.779.5944

Notices for auctions selling farm-related items other than

2nd & 4th Saturdays, 4 p.m.: Goats, sheep, chickens, small animals; Long Branch Livestock, 813 Old Villa Rica Road, Temple. Call Ricky Summerville, 404.787.1865

Cattle special sale; Dixie Livestock Market, miscellaneous, Ga. Lic. #4213; Buggy

133 Old Hwy. 46, Oak Park. Call Willis & Town Auction Market, 1315 Highway

Tammy Sikes, 912.578.3263

341 S, Barnesville. Call Krystal Burnett



Every Tuesday, noon: Cattle, goats, sheep; LAURENS COUNTY

SUMTER COUNTY Every Monday, 1 p.m.: Cattle; Sumter County Stockyard, 505 Southerfield Road, Americus. Call Scott Poole, Glenn Hartley or Larry Horsting, 229.380.4901

livestock must be accompanied by the auction license number of the principal auctioneer or auction firm conducting the auction, per regulations from the Georgia Secretary of State. Auctions

Every Monday, noon: Cattle, goats, sheep; Carroll County Livestock Sales Barn, 225 Salebarn Road, Carrollton. Call Barry Robinson, 770.834.6608 or 770.834.6609

Lanier Farm's Livestock Corp., 8325 Jot-Em Down Road, Gainesville. Call Tyler Bagwell, 770.844.9223 or 770.844.9231

2nd & 4th Thursday, 6 p.m.: Goats, sheep, chickens, small animals; Horse Creek Auction Co., 5971 Hwy. 441 S, Dublin. Call Daniel Harrelson, 478.595.5418

TAYLOR COUNTY 1st & 3rd Tuesdays, 6:30 p.m.: Feeder pigs, goats, sheep, chickens, small animals; RockRidge Livestock Auction,

1357 Tommy Purvis Jr. Road, Reynolds.

without this information will not be published. Have an auction to put on our calendar? Contact Jay Jones at 404.656.3722 or jay.jones@agr.

Call 678.972.4599


3 in one heifers w/calf at side, Angus commercial cow/calf Brangus bulls, 2y/o, herd Polled Hereford bull. ET son Reg'd Red Angus and Black reg. red Angus. Also, open pairs, Angus herd bull, all bulls, pics avail on request. of NJW73SW18 HOME- Angus bulls, 14m/o ready for

10 Holstein steer for sale. weight 400lbs, all dehourn: $425ea.,take all, $400ea. F. Evans Rocky Face 423-3648335
10 registered polled Hereford pairs, 15 yearling heifers, 10 yearling PH bulls, top bloodlines. James Jeanes Macon 478-972-0912
11 black Angus cows bred to calf in Dec-Jan, 3-7 y/o, 7 black Angus heifers 8-16 months: cows/$1250, heifers $750-$950. Line Creek Cattle Senoia 770-630-6189
13 Registered black Angus bulls. AI sired and dams from top bloodlines. Docile. 1 to 2 years old. Hogan Farms. Pat Hardy Madison 706-342-5641
14 purebred black Angus bulls. 1, 2 and 3yo. Docile, vaccinated, AI'd and natural service. K. Schwock Homer 404-735-9524
2 1/2 year old purebred red Brahman bull. Beautiful healthy calves on-site. Easy keeping herd bull. Selling to prevent inbreeding. John Lacey White Plains 706-816-5181
2 reg'd. red Angus bulls, 12 m/o w/excellent bloodlines: $1200 ea. Call Joey (YRanch) 678-471-7106 Senoia
3 Angus bulls, 18-19 mos. 1

heifers ready for breeding. Excellent bloodline and EPD, good prices. Jorge Haber Midland 706-323-2405
3 registered Lim-Flex replacement heifers, weaning age, top genetics, easy disposition. Will make excellent cows. Pictures available. Nathan Williams Cumming 404-886-8003
30 top quality black and black Baldy heifers, 13 to14 months. All shots and wormed, delivery available: $795 each. Deann Dixon Alto 770-540-2269
39 Brangus heifers,15 to 16 months old, 750lbs: $1200. Make a good set of Mamas. Ricky Wehunt Hoschton 706254-2639
6 bred registered Angus cows w/o papers, 3-5yo, calving Oct-Nov to registered Angus bull: $1400 each. Must take all six. David Gazda Athens 706296-7846
65 coming two year old Hereford bulls. 45 coming two year old Braford bulls. 40 open Hereford heifers. Jonny Harris Odum 912-586-6585
AI bulls, semen tested, Simmental, Angus and SemiAngus. AI bred, registered and commercial heifers. Call Shanda. Clanton River Ranch Odum 912-221-1383 or 912586-2388
Angus & Angus cross cows,

shots, dewormed tagged, excellent quality. Delivery available. Ask for Robin. D. Auldridge Blythe 706-8252544
Angus cows & heifers, registered. 5 cows, 2 heifers, start calving September, Nice quality cows, good EPDs: $1500. Barrett Farms Mount Airy 706499-8008
Angus purebred 9mo bulls. 3rd-4th generation AI. Emphasis on calving ease. 700+lbs, closed herd. Guaranteed: $1000. Carol Lakics Butler 478-951-0610
Beefmaster bulls and heifers, all ages, good bloodlines and dispositions. Cary Bittick Jr. Forsyth 478-957-0095
Beefmaster bulls: brindle, polled, great dispositions, all shots, 17mos. Kirk Tyson Carnesville 706-206-8097
Black Angus bull, 1.5 year old. Gentle: $1000. Clint Sledge Monroe 770-296-5341
Black Angus bulls, 12m/o and up: $1250 and up. Heifers ready to breed: $1000. Eugene Ridley Lafayette 706-7646110
Brangus bull, 3y/o, 1400lbs. LimFlex bulls, 3y/o,1100+ lbs. Various younger age LimFlex

Daryl Sparks Cairo 229-6721510
Bred black Angus heifers for Fall calving, to Gretsch calving ease bull. Top bloodlines: $1250 each. Ellis Godbee Waynesboro 706-554-5614
Buffalo bison each 2-3yo, 9 heifers and 2 bulls available. Heifers: $2000. Bulls: $2250. McDonald Buffalo Farm Vidalia 912-403-9126
Calving ease, milking ability, gentleness, reg. Polled shorthorn bulls/show heifers/steers, excellent quality, Club Calf member. Kenneth R. Bridges Commerce 706-768-3480
Farm-raised BA cow/calf combo, re-bred back for 90 days: $1800 a pair, cows separate: $1200, calves: $650. All have been worked. Lowell Macher Hartwell 864-9402730
Good selection of reg'd. Black Angus bulls, sementested, ready for service, delivery available. Fred G. Blitch Statesboro 912-865-5454
Got (14) calf-black angus, (12) heifers, 2 steers, 400lbs ea: $600ea. Must take all. Robert Wilson Waynesboro 706-5516059
Holstein nurse cow and 2

GROWN 8Y. Excellent herd bull, gentle, LBW. Produces excellent calves. Also, two yearling sons. John Bailey Summerville 706-859-1061

Pure bred black angus bull, 31/2 y/o, AI sired by Prophet, LBW: $1500. Wayne Crider Cobbtown 912-739-3790

Purebred Angus AI sired bulls, 1yo to 2.5yo. Vaccinated, hand fed: $1000-$2500. Photos available. Weekends only. Al Daniel Thomaston 706-573-0450
Quality Angus bulls for sale. 19mths old. Very docile. Excellent blood lines will be a great addition to any cattle program. Kristin Oxford 770-596-1463

Reg'd Angus cow with heifer calf, cows second calf and bred back: $1700; Reg'd Angus heifers: $900 to $1200. Mitchell Barrett Cleveland 706-531-4330

Reg'd Hereford bull, DOB

8/16/17. Low birth weight,

pasture raised, rugged, gentle




Wrightsville 478-864-9192 or


Reg'd polled Hereford bulls; rugged, pasture raised, gentle exc bloodlines and EPDs,

service. Proven performance top bloodlines. Joe Gibson Rome 706-506-3026
Reg'd. Red Angus 1&2 year old bulls. Low birth weight, good weaning, vaccination, ready for work, western genetics, southern born. Flying W Farm Cochran 478-934-6998
Reg. black Angus bulls, 16-30 m/o, sired by All-in, Foretold, Highwayman, BSE and DNA tested. Ken McMichael Monticello 706-819-9295
Reg. black Angus Bulls. two years old. BSE tested, docile, easy calving, grass fed: $1500 and up. Lalla Tanner Monroe 770-267-7179/678-823-5742
Reg. black Simmental, SimAngus bulls, performance tested; cow/calf pairs, heifers, heavy milk, AI embryo bred, satisfaction guaranteed. Milton Martin Jr. Clarkesville 770519-0008
Register black Angus bulls, bred heifers and heifers for sale. Wes Turner Gainesville 770-231-3373
Registered Angus bulls 1819m/o, exc quality, low birth weight. By Spitz and Scale House, semen tested: $2000. Wayne Cleveland Baconton 229-290-4326

SimAngus bull, 20 mos. Very 11 cows, start calving Septem- bulls available. Vaccination's black calves for sale. Calves small calves, exc growth, Registered Charolais bulls,

gentle, good bloodlines. Ed- ber, Nice quality cows: $1500. current. Photos upon request. born 6.2.20 & 6.8.20: $1000 for western genetics, Ga bred. breeding age, many to choose

ward Allen Marble Hill 770- Vickie Barrett Mount Airy 706- Carey Family Farms 706-988- all 3. Grady Sutton Bobby Brantley Tennille 478- from. Adam Marsh Garfield



4540 Danielsville

Clarkesville 706-499-6761






Forestry Matters: Time to take stock of the landscape, plan for healthy trees
By Chuck Williams, Director Georgia Forestry Commission

While springtime 2020 was challenging in a number of ways for so many of us, the weather here in Georgia was some of the nicest in recent memory. Mild temperatures, regular rain and new life in our forestlands have been a pleasant tee up to summer, which kicked off on June 21.
The warmer months are great times to get outside and take stock
of the landscape. Whether it's a F O R E S T R Y four-wheeler ride around the pond, M A T T E R S
a walk through a prescribed burned patch or some limb trimming in the back yard, now is when we should be taking a closer look at how things are growing and changing, and making plans for the months ahead.
It's always a good idea to keep an eye out for hazards when venturing into nature's territory. Snakes and ticks like the environment as much as we do and keeping them at bay is a smart strategy. Protection from the sun and hydration are right up there on the priority list as well, so do yourself a favor and stay on top of those basics. On the more positive side, there's nothing more enjoyable now than happening upon young turkeys, fawns and other wildlife exploring their new, shared territory.
Examining conditions in forested stands is a constant any time of year, and signs of pest infestation should be something that's routinely considered. Needle or leaf discoloration could indicate trouble. In this case, a closer look is needed to determine the culprit. One possible cause, the southern pine beetle, is always a concern. A recent SPB population prediction trapping survey conducted by Georgia Forestry Commission returned good results; on average low levels of SPB were indicated across the state. Even so, we all should remain vigilant for this pest.
Look for evidence of lightning strikes and remember the invitation that poses to pests. The Ips engraver beetle, SPB's less destructive cousin, is always around looking to take advantage of stressed pine trees. Emerald Ash Borer has been identified in Butts County, the fourth new introduction in the

Signs of southern pine beetle infestation include discolored pine
needles. (GFC Photos)
state this year. Slow mortality in ash trees can be expected if EAB is present.
Destructive cogongrass is emerging from its flowering state and is growing in thick, circular patches. All identified cogongrass sites in Georgia have been sprayed by GFC at least once.
For all of the issues mentioned above, it's important to reach out to your local GFC forester, who can assist with identifications and treatment recommendations. The more familiar you are with your stands and their health status, the more easily changes can be recognized and mitigated. Your local GFC forester can be found here: about/county-contacts/.
Summer yard tree care includes adjustments to mulching, watering and pruning activities. It's a good time to check on irrigation systems and plan for tree needs.
Mulching is perhaps the most important summer tree care tool available to homeowners and landowners. To retain moisture, GFC foresters recommend two to three inches of organic material be laid just off the tree trunk and out to the drip line.
Proper watering is critical in summer, especially for young trees. Five to seven gallons of water per caliper inch

GFC Forest Health Coordinator Chip Bates examines a tree infected
with southern pine beetle.
(measured in diameter six inches off the ground) is recommended. Water as needed, allowing the ground to go completely dry before applying more water.
One more tree care tip that can stave off a world of hurt is pre-storm pruning. Look for signs of tree trouble in the form of cracks, splits, failing branches and disease. Be proactive and contact a GFC forester or independent certified arborist with concerns. Windy summer storms and weakened trees are a dangerous combination.
While you're considering the health of your trees, take a moment to appreciate the many ways healthy trees contribute to healthy lives. Science is proving what we've inherently known for a long time. Read more about it here: https://www.
Then breathe deeply and enjoy a happy, healthy summer!

My Tractor Story: Ford 801 serves three generations of farmers

By Chuck Underwood Snellville

In the early 1960s my Dad had a farm near Lawrenceville. The farm included 4 poultry houses and a herd of Registered Angus cattle.
In the beginning, the farm tractor was a Ford 8N. As the farm operation grew, the need for a newer tractor with more horsepower to handle a manure spreader, hay rake, bush hog and other equipment became necessary. In early 1963, a new Ford 801 was purchased.
Through the years, the tractor did much work around the farm. After the farm was sold in the mid '70s, we kept this tractor and I continued to use it in my career as a golf course superintendent and in my landscaping business.
In 1979, while I was an Ag student at UGA, I restored the tractor but immediately put it back to work. In 1995, my Dad and I started collecting antique tractors as a hobby. The 801 was retired and restored again for our collection. We now have seven tractors in the collection, but the 801 is still my favorite. It is the one we have taken to many tractor shows.
In 2019, the Ford 801 was once again called into duty at my son's farm, bush hogging his pastures and plowing his wife's garden. Even after all these years, it does a great job performing these tasks and is a pleasure to operate. My son is now the third generation of the family to use this tractor and I am sure his son will one day become the fourth!

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Jay Jones, Associate Editor Lee Lancaster, Contributing Writer Stacy Jeffrey, Business Manager

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Georgie's Drive
Thru Rock Hawk
Hello! I'm Georgie, the Georgia Grown mascot. I travel the state of Georgia promoting our No. 1 industry, agriculture! Long before the U.S. Interstate Highway System was built, there was the Okfuskee Trail. This trail started near Charleston and went all the way to the Mississippi River. It ran through modern day Putnam County, home to several large rock effigies. The most well-known is Rock Eagle, but there's a formation you may have never heard of on the southern shore of Lake Oconee, called Rock Hawk. Made of milky quartz like Rock Eagle, its origins and builders are unknown. After the surrounding area was obtained by the Georgia Power Company to build Lake Oconee, the 9-acre plot containing Rock Hawk was donated to the University of Georgia in 1939. Today, there are hiking trails, an outdoor classroom and a metal viewing platform. Unexplained deterioration of the design led to a fence being added, but not before some of the rocks went missing. Originally, the wingspan was 132 feet with a length of 102 feet, wider than Rock Eagle by more than 10 feet. Using a little imagination, you can still make out the original outline of a large, flying bird.

Take time to create lasting memories.
Your guide to some of Georgia's most beautiful views, access to fresh, local goods, and your ticket to interacting with those who grow your food. This program is a fun, goal-oriented way to stay active and continue learning while spending quality time with friends and family.


A lesser-known rock effigy, the Rock Hawk, on the southern shore of Lake Oconee in Putnam County. (Lee Lancaster/GDA)

Cook Georgia Grown: Watermelon Lemonade

Chef's Note: This is a refreshing summer treat that can also be used as a base for cocktails, or a nonalcoholic spritzer with a bit of seltzer added. Roll a few sprigs of fresh mint in between your palms and add to the mix after blending if you like. Add 1.5 ounces of rum per serving with 1 sprig mint per serving for a watermelon lemonade mojito. Add 1.5 ounces vodka and 2 ounces seltzer for a spritzer. You can even try adding ros and diced watermelon for a pink sangria. Happy summer!

Place cup sugar and cup water in a saucepan and bring to a boil, stirring to dissolve sugar. When sugar is completely dissolved, turn off the heat. Add sugar syrup, lemon juice, and 1 cup ice to strained watermelon puree, and stir to melt ice. Taste and check for balance of lemon juice to sugar, and adjust if necessary. For minty watermelon lemonade, rub 2 sprigs of mint in between your palms until bruised and very fragrant. Add to lemonade.

Makes 1 quart of lemonade, 3-4 servings

Serve over ice with lemon slices and watermelon triangles.

Ingredients 3 cups diced watermelon, in half-inch
pieces. cup fresh-squeezed lemon juice,
from 3-4 lemons cup sugar cup water 1 cup ice cubes

Directions Place watermelon in a blender and puree until smooth. Let puree settle for about 5 minutes until the pulp rises to the top and the clearer juice remains at the bottom. Pour through a fine mesh strainer and rub with a spoon to extract juice from the pulp, leaving about 2 teaspoons of pulp behind.

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July 14-15 Georgia 4-H Dairy Judging Contest UGA Teaching Dairy Farm

1001 Walter Sams Rd

Editor's Note: Although life is gradually returning to normal, the COVID-19 pandemic is still ongoing. It is possible

July 10 Lunch and Learn Virtual Course Invasive Plants in the Home Landscape

Winterville, Ga. 30605 706.542.4444

that events may still be cancelled for public health reasons. Before you go, we suggest checking official sources for cancellations or postponements of events listed here.

Camden County UGA Extension Office VIRTUAL MEETING Email to register 912.576.3219

July 17-25 National Barrel Horse Association Youth World Championships Reaves Arena Georgia National Fairgrounds &

July 2-4 National Barrel Horse Association Summer Run Super Show Reaves Arena Georgia National Fairgrounds &

July 11 Callaway Plantation Open Horse Show Callaway Plantation Arena 2160 Lexington Rd Washington, Ga. 30673

Agricenter 401 Larry Walker Pkwy Perry, Ga. 31069 706.823.3728

Agricenter 401 Larry Walker Pkwy Perry, Ga. 31069 706.823.3728

561.309.3013 Facebook: Callaway Plantation Open Horse Show

July 21 Agribusiness Basics Workshop Liberty County UGA Extension Office VIRTUAL MEETING
July 7 Agribusiness Basics Workshop Liberty County UGA Extension Office

Georgia Club Lamb Association Summer Heat Showdown Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agricenter

Register at y8mzyo3k 912.876.2133

VIRTUAL MEETING Register at y8mzyo3k 912.876.2133
July 7-11 Georgia 4-H Horse Show Perdue and Sutherland arenas

401 Larry Walker Pkwy Perry, Ga. 31069 770.630.7922
July 11-12 Newton County Saddle Club Annual Show Georgia International Horse Park

July 21-24 TENTATIVE Georgia State 4-H Congress Crowne Plaza Ravinia 4355 Ashford Dunwoody Rd Atlanta, GA 30346 706-542-7076

Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agricenter 401 Larry Walker Pkwy Perry, Ga. 31069 706.542.8892

1996 Centennial Olympic Pkwy Conyers, Ga. 30013 678.873.3019
July 14 Agribusiness Basics Workshop

July 23 Sunbelt Ag Expo Field Day Spence Field 290-G Harper Blvd Moultrie, Ga. 31788

July 9-12 Georgia Jr. Beef Futurity Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agricenter 401 Larry Walker Pkwy Perry, Ga. 31069 706-542-8892

Liberty County UGA Extension Office VIRTUAL MEETING Register at y8mzyo3k 912.876.2133

Aug. 14 Lunch and Learn Virtual Course Snakes of Georgia Camden County UGA Extension Office VIRTUAL MEETING Email to register 912.576.3219

Aug. 15 Heard County Livestock Lamb Show Heard County Covered Arena 12080 Highway 100 North Franklin, Ga. 30217 706.302.9508
Aug. 15-16 Southern Classic Appaloosa Horse Show Georgia International Horse Park 1996 Centennial Olympic Pkwy Conyers, Ga. 30013 404.406.7055
Sept. 11 Lunch and Learn Virtual Course Seed Saving Camden County UGA Extension Office VIRTUAL MEETING Email to register 912.576.3219
Sept. 17-19 Southeastern Charity Horse Show Georgia International Horse Park 1996 Centennial Olympic Parkway Conyers, Ga. 30013 770.475.1867
Oct. 8-18 Georgia National Fair Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agricenter 401 Larry Walker Pkwy Perry, Ga. 31069
Oct. 9 Lunch and Learn Virtual Course Misunderstood Species of Coastal Georgia Camden County UGA Extension Office VIRTUAL MEETING Email to register 912.576.3219

Oct. 20-22 Sunbelt Ag Expo Spence Field 290-G Harper Blvd Moultrie, Ga. 31788
Nov. 13 Lunch and Learn Virtual Course Citrus Issues in the Home Landscape Camden County UGA Extension Office VIRTUAL MEETING Email to register 912.576.3219
Nov. 19-21 Georgia National Antique Agriculture Show Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agricenter 401 Larry Walker Pkwy Perry, Ga. 31069 478.988.6522
Dec. 11 Lunch and Learn Virtual Course Pruning Basics Camden County UGA Extension Office VIRTUAL MEETING Email to register 912.576.3219
Have an event to put on our calendar? Contact Jay Jones at 404.656.3722 or jay.jones@agr.
We accept calendar submissions for food, craft and agriculture festivals and events. Submissions for festivals that do not specifically promote those industries will not be printed.
Additional pesticide recertification training notices are available on the department website under the Plant Industry Division tab.



6 Kiko does, blonde and blue eyes, six months old: $120 and



Purebred New Zealand rabbits, various colors: $25. Kelly

Registered Charolais: superior genetics and disposition, bulls semen-tested; cows, heifers and calves. Quantity discounts. Bobby Burch Eastman 478-718-2128
Registered red Angus bull, 3 yr old: $2500 obo; 28 bred red Angus cows, various ages: $28,000 obo. Delivery available. Patricia Roberts Jasper 770-893-9585
Registered Santa Gertrudis breeding age bulls. 20 months to two years old. Polled and good dispositions. Eddy Mullinax Ellijay 706-273-4282
Sim Angus cows, registered, 6 cows, start calving September, Nice quality cows, Good EPDs, $1500. High Voltage Cattle Mount Airy 706-4998008
Twelve black Angus cross heifers for sale. All shots and wormed. Very gentle. 15-16 months old: $800 each. Don Chandler Hull 706-207-5829
Two year old registered Angus bulls. Semen tested. Yon Future Force bloodline. Commercial Angus replacement heifers. Pelvic scored. James Vaughn Forsyth 478-258-2232
Wangus Wagyu Angus cross steers, 6 m/o to 1 y/o+, extreme marbling and tenderness. Duke Burgess Louisville 478-625-9542/305-923-0262
The fastest and most

Advertisers submitting swine ads must submit proof of a negative brucellosis and pseudorabies test from within the past 30 days. Exceptions are swine from a validated brucellosis-free herd and/or qualified pseudorabies-free herd; these operations must submit proof of those certifications. Buyers are urged to request proof of a negative brucellosis pseudorabies test prior to purchase. Feral hogs may not be offered for sale or advertised in the Market Bulletin.
Berkshire pigs, registered or not, various ages, several bloodlines. Duke Burgess Louisville 478-625-9542/305923-0262
All goats offered for sale must be individually identified in compliance with the USDA Scrapie Program. For more information, please call the GDA Animal Protection Division at 404.656.4914.
21/2 year old strong breeder. All kids were twins/triplets, tame and friendly. Larry Brown Barnesville 404-971-7193
3 bucklings 75/25 Boer kiko mix. 4 bucklings 90/10 Boer Nubian. 1 doeling 75/25 Boer kiko. Ready at weaning. Photos available. Lisa Hutcheson Douglas 912-381-8280
3 purebred Nigerian Dwarf bucks: $50 each. Photos avail-

up. Call or text. Todd Brady Lula 770-530-3729
boer/kiko mix, born 3.1.20. (2) girls: $135ea; (2) boys: $145ea; (1) girl black & white: $150. All big and healthy. Norman Henderson Comer 706-410-5700
Grown Kiko x Boer does, Kiko x Boer crossed Nubian kids, reg. Nubian buck: $150 and up. S. Liford Canton 678521-8689
Kiko doelings, bucklings, registered. 100% NZs & purebred. Kids 4-8mo weened; 1 buck 1 1/2 years 100% in OK performance test. Julie Reeves Cleveland 678-458-7895
Miniature goat, brown female, 4 months old. Raised with miniature donkeys: $75. Joe Burns Grayson 678-591-9422
Mixed Nigerian male goats for sale approximately six months old: $50 each. John Cumbie Monroe 678-776-2977
ND buck, proven, white & black: $150. ND wether: $50. Both super friendly. Amy Belk Clarkesville 706-218-4983
Nigerian Dwarf, Pygmy Nigerian Dwarf mixes, doelings, bucklings, wethers, 3 to 7 months, vaccinated, dewormed as necessary, so cute. Christy Champagne Comer 706-207-1851
Nubian bucks, 2 white and black spotted: $200 or reasonable offer; 1 black with moon spots (will take deposit): $300.

Katahdin ewe, ram lambs. All twins born from registered breeding stock, some solid brown: $350. Delivery available. Photos at Suzanne Kozee Molena 678-877-9860
Katahdin ewes and rams. Various ages: starting at $180. Philip Piche Royston 706-3381615
Reg. Katahdin rams and ewes, from weaning to breeding age, X-large Midwest bloodlines. Duke Burgess Louisville 478-625-9542/ 305923-0262
Sheep wool rams 6 months old Shetland, various colors: $175 each. Text for more info. S. Crowley Milner 678-4681051
Advertisers in the Equine category must submit a current negative Coggins test for each equine advertised. This includes horses, ponies and donkeys. Buyers are urged to request verification of a negative Coggins from the advertiser before purchasing any equine. Generalized ads such as those selling "many horses," "variety to choose from" or "free" animals will not be published. For more information, please call the GDA Equine Health Division at 404.656.3667.
TWH/SSH, mare, approximately 10yo, gait smooth as silk, approximately 16 hands,

Advertisers must submit a copy of a current Rabies Vaccination Certificate signed by a licensed veterinarian for dogs 12 weeks and older. Ads submitted without this information will not be published.
Anatolian/Akbash puppies for sale. DOB 5-20-20. Raised with sheep, chickens, and kids. Parents on site. Taking orders now: $450. Philip Piche Royston 706-338-1615
Catahoula Leopard Hound puppies born May 6, 2020. Purebred, shots and wormed, ready June 17, 2020. Jessica Davis Royston 706-980-1946
Kangal working livestock guardian pups: $1,200 and up. Guarding goats and Heritage turkeys. Peacock Hill Farm Stockbridge 770-860-8989 Email:


Barn cats available for rodent

control (shelter rescues).

Neutered, vaccinated and de-

livered to you at no cost. Linda

Wistrom Watkinsville 706-



Manx bobtail kittens for sale: $50 each. Pick up only. Imogene NeeSmith Lake Park 229-251-0340


Beautiful Florida White and New Zealand White rabbits with pedigrees. Different ages. Wesley Smith Athens 706-

Maxwell Winder 404-925-2369
San Juan Rabbits, 4-8 weeks old: $10 each; 1 year old female: $10. Andrew Grimaud Thomson 706-833-5195

Any person engaged in buying

live poultry of any kind for

resale, or in selling live poultry

of any kind bought for resale,

must be licensed by the GDA.

Possessing such a license does

not by itself disqualify an indi-

vidual from advertising poultry

in the Market Bulletin. Mallard

ducks must be at least three

generations from the wild

before they can be advertised

in the Market Bulletin. Advertis-

ers must include this informa-

tion in notices submitted for

publication. Out-of-state poul-

try must have a negative Avian

Influenza test and negative pul-

lorum test within 21 days of en-

tering Georgia. For more infor-

mation, call the GDA Animal




14 varieties peafowl: game chickens, redquill, orangequill, bluequill, mugs, warhorse, black roundhead, racey mug, pumpkin hulsey, showtime kelso, grey hatch, lieper. Ray Watts Macon 478-361-3468

2 breeder pairs of grey Junglefowl, unrelated: $150 a pair; 2020 Ringneck doves, various colors: $15 a bird. Charles Townsend Lizella 478-2589930

reliable way to submit able upon request. Everett
Copeland Smithville 229-317-
your Classified ad to 5203 us is online at http:// 3yr old doe Saanen, Lamacha
mix from good milking stock.

Mary Grimes Carlton 706-2028784
Registered Savanna buck, 3.5 years old, excellent herd sire. Need to change bloodline

experienced rider: $1450. Jim Watson Clarkesville 478-3977880
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Bunnies, small to large, mixed breeds: $15 a piece. Michael Phippen Newnan 770-7558702

2y/o male peafowl, Indian blue: $100 each, 3 total. Tim White Blue Ridge 706-4553822 Registered with American daughters in field. Photos Dairy Goat Association: $300. available: $600. Dennis

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Mixed breeds. Kitts weaned 3 India Blue/Java Green ready to go. Ask for Joe. T. mixed male peacocks, 1y/o:

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Jumbo Coturnix quail chicks, Used Priefert automatic head Raw Georgia Tupelo Honey NPIP certified: $4 each plus gate: $400. Steve Kauger Sur- Ludowici pick up $20 quart

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$75 gallon. We also ship find us at

Publication Dates

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live poultry of any kind for Doerun 229-456-2270


M. Hendrix Ludowici 912-294-

resale, or in selling live poultry of any kind bought for resale, Male India Blue peacocks: must be licensed by the GDA. $125. Frank McGuire DouPossessing such a license does glasville 404-583-2386 not by itself disqualify an indi- Pea chicks: $40, Cameo


Removal of bee swarms near the ground or in buildings. Will remove unwanted hives east of Atlanta. Robert Pruden Mon-

Publication Date July 1

Ad Deadline (due by noon)
June 19

vidual from advertising poultry White mix; Peafowl eggs: $12,

roe 770-466-9100

in the Market Bulletin. Mallard
July 15 July 3 ducks must be at least three
generations from the wild
July 29 July 17 before they can be advertised
in the Market Bulletin. Advertis-
Aug. 12 July 31 ers must include this informa-
tion in notices submitted for
Aug. 26 Aug. 14 publication. Out-of-state poul-
try must have a negative Avian
Sept. 9 Aug. 28 Influenza test and negative pul-
lorum test within 21 days of en-
Sept. 23 Sept. 11 tering Georgia. For more infor-
mation, call the GDA Animal

call to hold eggs; Breeding size beautiful barnyard roosters: $5 each. Al White Hampton 770-707-0799
Pigeons: white rollers, turner rollers, colored rollers & white homers: $20/pair. Wyatt Johnson Midville 478-494-3240
Pullets: Rhode Island Red, Golden Comets and Black Sex link; quality birds. Brian Sturdy Dahlonega 706-865-9201

Designer shavings: clean, dry pine shavings for horse barns and chicken houses. Delivery within 60 miles of Bremen. Martha G. Smith 770-646-FARM (3276) Bremen
Horse training cart with harness. E. Hendricks Dublin 478-676-3513

Remove swarms for free or remove bees from a structure for a fee. Also, can buy unneeded bee equipment. Leonard Day Macon 478-7195588
Selling all my bee keeping stocks. 7 hives with extra bodies, supers, extractor and more. Want to sell as complete set. George Corbin Abbeville

Oct. 7 Sept. 25 Protection


Oct. 21 Oct. 9 3 week old Guinea keets
available: $10 each. Kim Akin
Nov. 4 Oct. 23 Moreland 770-309-6220

3 white Sultans, 12 weeks:
Nov. 18 Nov. 6 $15; Bobwhite, Button quail
hatching eggs: $10 for 12, $18
Dec. 2 Nov. 20 for 24, shipping $8.50 USPS. MISCELLANEOUS Larry Hetrick Juliette 478-994Dec. 16 Dec. 4 1545

Red star chickens and eggs for sale. Levi Milstead Rome 706-238-9701or 706-232-0459
Rhode Island and Americana chics: $2 each. Daryl Walker Calhoun 706-671-3311
Salmon Faverolle rooster and hen. Beautiful birds: $50 a pair; Barred rock rooster and Welsummer rooster: $15 each, hatched 11/12/19. Matthew

2 automatic dog waterers. 1 new: $25, 1 used: $15; 9 treated posts, 5-6inch diameter, 10ft long: $15 each. Ronnie Bennett Waycross 912-5509245

Will pick up swarms, no charge. Will remove from structures for a fee. Burke, Columbia, Richmond counties. Justin Stitt Augusta 706-8299372
Will remove honey bees from walls and structures for a fee. Will pick, remove captured swarms. Also, wildflower honey for sale. Derry Oliver Commerce 706-335-7226

Assorted breeds baby to
Dec. 30 Dec. 18 adult; chicks sexed and un-
sexed; ducks, guineas, Ayam Cemani also. Sherry AmersonWhite Augusta 706-833-5535

Gray Tallulah Falls 706-4996615
Taking orders for Texas A&M Quail chicks, hatching eggs. Hatching about twice a month. Birds are great egg and meat producers. Thomas Collins By-

Only agriculture-related items may be advertised in this Category.

Advertisers selling sterile triploid grass carp must submit a current Wild Animal License

2020 Coastal bermuda or rye, horse-quality, fertilized. UGA soil/specs. Barned-squared or 4X5 round bales. Sonny Trammell Forsyth 478-256-0513 or

2020 Rye grass hay. Good for feed or straw mulch: $4.50 per square bale in barn. Steve Matthews Griffin 404-2479789

Baby chicks, different ages. ron 478-256-3213 Heavy breed, good egg layers.

Colleen Freeman Gainesville Turkey eggs for hatching.


Turn daily. Billy Aycock Sum-

Baby chicks: $1; Laying pul- merville 706-857-2241

from the Georgia Department 478-994-6463

4x5 net wrapped round bales,

of Natural Resources. Ads without this license will not be pub-

2020 Coastal high quality fertilized, round bales, in field

clean, fertilized fescue cut 5-92020. Pick up in field will pro-

lished. Entities producing and ready for pickup: $50 each. vide loading: $35 each. Tim

selling or reselling domestic Walt Wells Pineview 229-425- Burkholder Good Hope 770-

lets: $15; Black sex links RI White Leghorn laying hens for

fish in Georgia are required to 4605


Reds, Marans, Ameraucanas. Gary Ridley Lafayette 706638-1911
Bantam roosters, Cochins, d'Uccles, Silkies. Hatched April 27-20. Maerk's vaccinated. Bought from Cackle Hatchery: $5 each. Stacie Tucker Chula 229-392-1846
Barred rock and White Leghorn chicks: $2 each. Bobby Owensby Nicholson 706-224-3284
Barred Rocks Isaac brown laying, less than a year old: $20. G. Brown Menlo 478342-4317
Chicks barnyard mix straight run: $3; Bronze turkey chicks: $10. Erwin Thomas Dawson 404-401-1588
Fantail pigeons, approximately 30. Curtis Musgrove 5043 Faceville Hwy, Bainbridge, Ga. 39819 229-726-7027
Flight ready mallard ducks: $14 each; Duck eggs for eating: $36 for two dozen, free

sale: $12. each. J. Walker Ellijay 706-273-2880
Young white ring neck dove, this years hatch: $25 each. Have 5 total. J.D. Jackson Lizellla 478-731-0135

Advertisements selling wood

ducks must be accompanied by

a Waterfowl Sale permit. Ads

without this permit will not be

published. Email permitsR4M- or call the U.S. Fish




404.679.7070. Advertisements

selling pen-raised Bobwhite

quail must be accompanied by

a copy of the Commercial Quail

Breeder's License. Ads without

this license will not be pub-

lished. Visit https://georgiaw-

passes/commercial or call the

Georgia DNR Wildlife Re-

sources Division, 706.557.3244.





$52/gallon includes shipping

B. Bruce Homerville 912-


10- and 8-frame bee hives: $85; 5-frame beehives/NUCs: $65. Also make inner cover, Super, Top Barbee hives, Rapid inside feeder. Eliseo Delia Mineral Bluff 706-4925119
10-8-5 frame equipment, beekeeping supplies, nucs, packages, classes, Honey, Swarm capture. Harold Lanier Commerce 678-471-7758
Albany/SW Georgia complete bee removal, also hornets, wasps, yellow jackets. Licensed and insured. Dale Richter Leesburg 229-8867663

obtain a free Aquaculture Registration Permit. For more information on aquaculture rules and licensing in Georgia, including a listing of domestic fish and other fish species requiring a Wild Animal License, visit or call 770.761.3044.
A-1 quality, farm-grown channel catfish priced by size; other species available upon request. Flynt Gilbert Zebulon 770-468-0725/770-567-1223
All sizes: Bass, Bluegill, Channel Catfish, Threadfin, Gizzard Shad, Shellcracker and more. Free delivery or pick up. Danny Austin Roberta 478-836-4938
Bass, bluegill, hybrid bream, sterile grass carp, koi. David Cochran Ellijay 706-889-8113
Big Reds/Euro Great Fishing, $35/lb. Red Wigglers perfect for composting and fishing $20/lb. Lew Bush Byron 478-955-4780

2020 fescue bermuda mix, horse quality, net-wrapped: $50-$60 (inside); $35-$40 (outside). Coy Baker Loganville 770-466-4609
2020 fescue hay, 4X5 rolls: $45, in barn $40. In field when available. Delivery available. Tim Garmon Jefferson 706367-4775
2020 fescue hay: $5.50 a bale, at barn. Wade Cown Monroe 770-207-6983
2020 Fescue orchard hay, top quality, square bales, weed free, rain free, barn stored: $4.50/bale. Chris Donath Ellijay 706-636-5224
2020 Fescue, horse quality, clean, no weeds or other grasses, no rain. Heavy fertilizer: $5.50 per bale. Terry Bell Dallas 678-910-6000
2020 hay, horse-quality. Fescue, orchard grass, rye grass mix. 4x5 rolls. Can deliver. Tommy Scoggins 404-7326538 Dallas

Alfalfa hay, UGA tested 65 bales: $12/bale, 10 bale min; Lespedeza 65 bales: $10/bale; Mixed grass 4ftX5ft round bales: $30. AA Farms Hartwell 706-376-8968
Bermuda, mixed hay, fertilized and rain free, horse quality: $7 square, $50 round. Large quantity delivery available. Stephen Stana Carrollton 770-241-3201
Fescue and clover mix round bales, 4x5, 2020 hay, barnstored, horse and cow quality: $50/bale. Terry Dishroon Mansfield 770-317-8455
Fescue and clover mix, round bales, 4x5, 2020 hay, barnstored, horse and cow quality: $50/bale. Terry Dishroon 770317-8455 Mansfield
Fescue, Rye grass, horse quality: $3.75. Kermit Jefferson 770-867-7550
Large quantity square bermuda hay. Paul Harris Odum 912294-2470

shipping. Shop online at Leisa Easom Americus 229-9385578
Four Lavender roosters: $5 each or all for $12. Nice color for flock, 12 weeks old. Carl Taylor Meansville 404-408-

Canada geese may not be sold.
Bobwhite quail mature ready to eat or hunt: $4.50 each; Quail hatching eggs: $6 per dozen; Quail chicks: 75 cents each. Donnie Sullivan Cairo 229-421-4794

Bee swarm removal free from low trees; a fee from structures. Athens area. Randall Power 706-621-0178 Colbert
Bees, #3 packages and overwintered nucs, queens, honey and pollination. Slade Jarrett Baldwin 706-677-2854 Email:

Grass carp, Bluegill, Bass

and Threadfin shad. Delivery

available at: $2 per mile, one




Hawkinsville 478-892-3144


2020 horse hay, 4x5 JD net wrap: $50 per roll, $55/roll delivered. Cow hay: $35 per roll, $40 delivered. Jack Jones Dahlonega 706-429-7130
2020 large 4X5 round bales fescue/mixed grass, in barn:

Pearl millet for food plots: $35/50lb. Bryan W Maw Tifton 229-382-6832
Tall fescue hay, 20 round bales: $40 per bale. Email or call. David Clark Carnesville 706-6805124

Golden 300 laying ducks, 9 hens and 3 males, 1 1/2 yrs old : $15 each. Johnson Poul-

Carpenter Bee Traps to catch and dispose of them, shipped

'19 Alicia bermuda, fertilized, horse quality: $6/square, $60/5x6 round bale, quantity

fertilized $45, squares $5. Linda Leatherman Carrollton 770-834-8333

Top quality hay, sprayed, fertilized, weed free and fresh cut. 4x5 round bales, net

in lots of 5 for $85. Everything discount. A. Johns Bronwood 2020 Oat straw. Nice big tight wrapped: $60 per bale. Larry

try Jasper 706-253-2258

included. William Timmerman 229-995-5371

bales: $3.50 per bale. Delivery R. Cox Waynesboro 706-829-

Guinea Keets for sale, variety of colors. Text for more information. C. Hughes Warrenton 706-691-1378/706-836-0682
Heritage breed turkey 7-day old: $15. Jakes and Jennies up to: $65. Parents forage fed. Don Meyer Stockbridge 770-860-8989

9 corral panels, $60 each. Sidney Keadle 706-601-2473 Thomaston
Apache creep feeder, like new condition: $3200. Jacob Bowen Clermont 678-8580382

Harlem 803-640-6265
Local wildflower honey from middle Georgia: $15-$18. Pickup and shipping at buyers expense available. Ashlyn Collins Athens
March-April 3lb package bees (gentle), $120. 5 frame nucs, $185. Queens, $38. David Mc-

2020 Bahia and bermuda: $50, Max Q: $55. 4x5 round net wrap, in barn, never wet. Delivery available. Jim Sibley Woodbury 404-434-8081
2020 bermuda rye mix, horse quality, fertilized, weed crabgrass free, 4x5 roll barn stored: $60. Tim Hunter Conyers 770-483-8712 or 770-331-

available. Several hundred available. Jordan Tankersley Stapleton 706-825-9283
2020 round 4x5 net wrapped, fertilized, rainfree in barn: $40, field pick up $35. Delivery surrounding counties for additional fee. Horace Pippin Culloden 770-550-7837

2020 wheat straw: $3.50 per bale at barn. Delivery available. Gary Brinson Tarrytown 912286-3191
4x5 round bales of mulch

Heritage breed turkeys. Poults 1st week: $15; 2nd week: $20 & up to $200 for

Brand new never used Sioux steel squeeze chute: $6000. No rust floor, auto headgate,

Daniel Rome 706-389-5425
Pure natural unprocessed wildflower honey: 24oz jars $9;

2020 Coastal bermuda well fertilized square bales: $5.50,

2020 Russell bermuda grass and rye, 4x5.5, fertilized, netwrapped, sheltered, 50+ bales

hay, in the barn. Can deliver. Robert Yates Summerville 423-645-0646

grown breeding pair. Peacock palpation cage, in-shed, top of 32oz jars $12; five gallon pails in field: $6.50; in barn, round: avail: $60/; 10+@$55/; Free compost. Shavings and

Hill Farms Stockbridge 770- line chute. Jeff Nalley Carroll- $185. Byron Vaughan Monroe $50. L. Kinsley Perry 478-714- 20+@$50/. Delivery neg. Pruitt horse manure. Jerry Riles

860-8989 E@PeacockHill.Farm ton 678-873-6751



912-682-4481 Statesboro

Douglasville 770-949-2238





Beautiful potted daylilies: $2.50 each or buy 4, get one


free. E. James 197 Glynn

James Rd Lyons, Ga. 30436

Wheat straw: $4.00per bale, 912-526-8516

you stack. Jerry 770-550-0419



Blueberries, powder blue, brightwell and premier, $4;

Rare Emperor palms. Cold hardy to north Ga. Easy to grow. Makes dramatic landscape statement: $30 each in 5-gallon pot. Call/text. E. Poole Uvalda 912-585-3020

Old timey hot cow horn, red Bird bat houses, feeders, but- 17 acres, featuring land with

peter and habanera pepper terfly houses, carpenter bee timber, county water, railroad,

seed. Rutger tomato seed: $1 traps. Text to inquiry. John creek, 3miles from N. Cedar-

a pack w/SASE. Amory Hall Steele McRae 229-315-5892 town: $3000 acre obo. Greer

130 Ellison St Maysville GA 30558 706-652-2521

Chair and rocker caning of all kinds; also wicker and rattan

Hooper Polk County 748-4960/770-748-4960


Old timey plum granny seeds: repair. 40 years of experience. 17.16 acres prime farm/hunt-


Poultry litter for sale. Semi loads delivered. Steve Allen Mount Airy 336-314-4841


Advertisements selling officially

protected plants must include a

permit to sell such plants. Ads

submitted without this permit

will not be published. For infor-

mation on the sale or shipment

of protected plants, visit

mits/index.html or call the U.S.

Fish and Wildlife Service,

404.679.7097. For questions




gered/permits/index.html or

call the U.S. Fish and Wildlife

Service, 404.679.7097.

2019 Scarlet Red, Lavender Zinnias, Hot pink dianthus, Strawberry gophrena, Pink cleome, Ruby red morning glory: 50 seeds $3(cash) +SASE. Donna's Blossoms Ranger Text: 706-618-3890

Angel trumpets, black magic elephant ears, ginger lilies,iris, lotus, pond plants, black bamboo and more. Please leave message P. Cook Covington 770-787-6141

Sawtooth oaks, $10; Catalpa trees, $4; Mult. Muscadines, $4; Allegheny Chinquapins, Chinese chestnuts. M. Crosby Wrightsville 478-455-2981
Daylilies, hybrid daylilies, all colors and varieties and other plants. Charles Heath Rome 706-295-5104
Daylilies, several colors, green and white border grass. Fay Chambers Yatesville 706472-3371
Daylilies: 100's of varieties, double fans, see photos at; Katielou Greene Whitesburg 770-836-1351
Daylily cultivars. Also, honey sold in 1lb plastic jars. Ordering, photos, info available at Local delivery to West Cobb County. Rita Buehner Kennesaw 678327-5133
Four o'clocks, tall, mixed colors; rose of Sharon, sunflowers: $2 per tbs w/ SASE. Mary Pursley 253 Ryan Rd Winder GA 30680 678-979-0057
Japanese boxwoods in 4 gallon pots: $10 each; Large growing Azaleas in 1 gal pots, all colots: $2.50ea. Jack Maffett Montezuma 478-954-2111 or 478-472-7133
Japanese maples, various sizes & colors, Lacy & miniatures available. Ranging from: $15 to $20, cash. Art Schlueter Monroe 770-329-8957

Variegated liriope and mondo grass, 1-gal pots: $2 each. 4 pots pomegranate: $100; Iris also available. K. Patman Athens 706-549-4487
White peach tree seedlings, 3ft size: $1 each pickup. Robert Hottle 4220 Union Rd. S.W., Atlanta, Ga. 30349 404344-0568
Advertisements selling seeds must include a current state laboratory report (fewer than nine months old) for purity, noxious weeks and germination for each seed lot advertised. Ads submitted without this information will not be published. For more information regarding certified seed, call the GDA Seed Division, 229.386.3557.
Amaryllis seed, mixed colors: $2 per Tbsp with selfaddressed stamped envelope. Mary Botdorf 1691 Bob White Way, Camilla, Ga. 31730 229-336-5444
Ambrosia heirloom cantaloupe seed. Excellent flavor: 30 seeds for $5 cash or check. Jimmy Crum 153 Riverview Dr. Bainbridge, Ga. 39817 229220-3907
Browntop millet, 50lb bags, no weed seed, 87% germ, pure seed 99.8%. Wayne Syms Waynesboro 706-554-

10 for $1.00 SASE: A.P. Childers 11749 Henderson Mountain Rd., Fairmount, GA 30139 706-337-2288

Red Castor bean or Loofah seeds: $3 per 20 or $10 per 100. Cash and SASE to J. Shelnutt, PO Box 1212, Loganville 30052

Tifton 9 Bahia grass seeds for sale. Georgia Crop Improvement Assoc. certified and noncertified. James Gaston Americus 229-938-9115 or 229331-0570

Zinnias, August lilies, pop-

pies, stokesia, hibiscus,



plants, $10+ $8 postage. G.

Ward 4496 Fowlstown Rd At-

tapulgus GA 39815 229-465-



Timber must be individually owned and produced by the advertiser on his or her personal property. No companies or businesses are permitted to advertise timberland in this Category. Timberland advertised must be at least one acre. Timber wanted ads will not be published.
Large oak trees for sale. You cut. Serious inquiries only. Michelle Griffin Clarkesville 706-499-4920

Duke Dufresne Statham 770725-2554
Custom T-shirt quilts, memory quilts bears pillows. Very limited contact outside my home, I wash everything, bag, pick-up or mail. Margaret Watson Newnan 770-2516951
Hand woven rag rugs. Color and size requests or use fabrics from your loved ones clothing. Connie Gibson Bowdon 678-257-5197
Memory bears made out of your loved ones clothing. Call for more information. Sherry McDaniel Buford 770-3661306
We do chair caning. Donald Becker Tiger 770-807-9783
Coffee grinder by the Chas Parker Co., Meriden Conn. USA Model 700. 161/2inches wide, 163/4inches depth and 221/4inches tall: $900 obo. Jeffrey Meeks Augusta 706-5136628
Wood burning kitchen stove by Atlanta Stove Works. One owner, excellent condition: asking $1300. Roger Keebaugh Gainesville 770-8697941
Wooden chicken crate. Used for hauling: $85. Lamar Bryant Cleveland 706-878-8509

ing land. 80% pasture, well, 2 septics, 3br doublewide, 100x50 garden, pecan trees: $145,000, owner/financing at 0%interest. Mark Cress Wilkes County 706-401-8825
196/100 acres pasture, some woodland. 2 ponds, wells, pole barns; 4 outbuildings, good fencing, small house optional, 1 mile south GA 51/GA127. D. Blackwell Marion County 706405-0158
47 acres: half pasture, half woods, bold spring, ideal lakesite, timber value, historic home, 5/2 w/9 fireplaces: $475k. Keith Norris Spalding County 770-229-8319
49.7 acres, one bedroom cabin. 650s.f, 720ft road frontage, sm creek, mostly woods, garden spot: $499,000. C. Whitlock Gilmer 678-4718198
5+ acres large brick home, lake, fenced, pasture, mature trees, upscale barn, out buildings, addtl. Acres sacrifice Bob Rosenfeld Cherokee County 770-633-4151
53 acres, 3 houses, cabin pond, workshop, 40ft by 400ft poultry house, livestock barn, paddocks: $895,000. B. Roberts Hall County 678-4623123
6.25 acres, gated property, nice home site. Charlie Chastain Pickens County 706-972-

Angel trumpets, confederate roses: $5. Hydrangeas, ferns, forsythia, double Althea, nandinas, jasmine, beauty berries, burning bushes: $3.50. Weeping cherries, liriope, more. Carla Houghton Marietta 770428-2227
Aucuba, daylily, Iris, daffodils, butterfly bush, canna, roses, Siberian Iris, Copperpenny iris, hydrangea, Althea, others: $35; 3gal size plants. M. Poss Cumming 770-889-0566

Night blooming cereus orchid cactus also known as "Queen of the night", pickup, small, med, lg, xlg: $5-$35 or $6.00 leaf mail. W. Morris Loganville 770-654-4443
Old fragrant heirloom roses, rose campion, perennial sunflowers, rain lily, ginger lily. Carole Scott. 16007 Ollifftown Rd., Metter, Ga 30439 912685-6984
Pachysandra: For a bundle of 50 bare root plants: $10 Carol Olson Marietta 770-490-5685

Devil's trumpet, touch-menot, mullein pink, morning glory, hibiscus, four-o-clocks, money plant: $2 cash/tsp +SASE; mole bean. E. Beach 2966 Cardinal Lake Cir Duluth 30096 770-476-1163
Hummingbird vine seeds, long lasting trumpet flower, fern like vine: $4/tsp. Send SASE. Wendy Vickers 756 Corinth Poseyville Rd, Bremen Ga 30110

Firewood must be cut from the advertiser's personal property. Ads for firewood must use the cord when specifying the amount of firewood for sale.
70plus logs oak each 16ft long, in Gilmore Co. Duane Christensen Ellijay 706-8513164
Pecan tree 16inch diameter. You cut and remove for fire wood. No overhead power lines. William Houston Macon 478-788-2693

1000 gal fuel tank: $800. 270 gal: $200. Brett Fausett Dawsonville 706-429-8491
4 cast-iron bathtubs, $25ea. 100 electric fence posts w/insulators, $1.25ea. 4 gas drums, $50ea. Golden Sebright chickens, $25/pair. James Causey 229-435-4296 or 229-395-6300 Albany
9 suitcase 50lb tractor weights. Some are Tayfyco brand: $425. Can send pictures. Linda Torpy Wrens 478494-6686

7.42acre, fenced 500+ paved road frontage, old home, two out buildings, good pasture, rural comm. Shopping, schools, hospitals: $175K. G. Bullard Gordon Cty 678-9180011
72 acres with mile Echeconnee Creek frontage plus two other creeks, mature timber, hunting or homesite: $4500 per acre. Adam Henley Bibb County 478-960-5346

Market Bulletin Farmland Ad Form

Dodge County Farmer's

Clean 55 gal. metal drums w/lids. Leonard Crane Dawsonville 678-947-6744
Coachman Quin 33ft, 1975

92.66acres, ranch, home, zoned A-1, fenced, creek, water system, garage/barn, panoramic views, high elevation, search Facebook market-

Ad guidelines: Only farmland of 5 acres or more may be advertised. Include

Market: Saturdays, 9am-noon. travel trailer 5th wheel, sleeps place, and www.buyowner.Local produce, eggs, baked 6, A/C, refridg+ freezer, 3 way com/BUY213884: $579,000.

price, acreage and county where the property is located. All property must be for sale by the owner. Limit descriptive terms to property characteristics or structures. A maximum word count of 25 including name, address, phone num-

goods, jellies. EBT doubled; 5401 Courthouse Circle Eastman 478-285-0185 dodgecountyfarmersmarket@gmail.-

remodel 6526 in good condition: $2500. Matt Mammoth Fairburn 770-969-0151

Carl Kelley Madison County 706-318-1740
97 acres, pasture land w/3

ber and your city of residence is permitted in Farmland ads. Only one ad per subscriber per issue. You must be a paid subscriber to advertise in the Market


Metal barrels, 55gal plastic stocked lakes totaling 20 barrels, 55gal stainless steel acres. Rolling hilltop on paved F.G. Totes, 275-330gal totes. road; 1 mile east of Byronville:


Tom Allanson Cumming 678- $3000 per acre. M. Lee Dooly



County 229-392-1182

Subscriber number ____________ County ______________

Wine making equipment:

Beautiful emerald green emu $225 obo; 5HP MTD tiller: Seeking to buy 5-10 acres in

eggs, clean & blown, exc. for $125 obo. Lee Cullipher Lula Habersham or Rabun counties.

carving, scrimshaw or paint- 770-869-1922

Stream, other water feature a

ing. Also have pure emu oil.

plus. Need good access. No

Jackie Paul Conyers 770-7611284


subdivisions. Marie Ernst Marietta 770-310-7447

I hereby certify that this notice meets all the necessary requirements for publication in the Market Bulletin:

Gourds, many varieties, Mar-

tin gourds fixed & ready to hang. At farm or shipped to you. Charles Lang Cordele 229-406-5039

Realtors or anyone holding a real estate license may not advertise in this Category,
unless advertising personal property. Farmland advertised

40 acres of fenced in pasture

The Gourd Pile, 874 Morrison must be owned by the for rent near Summertown in

Rd, Barney. Visit our farm or subscriber placing the ad.

Emanuel Co. Janet Mooney

call for gourds. 229-775-2123


Midville 706-871-7510



77 acres for lease for 2020 deer season. Father and son,

10 acres mountaintop ridge no hunt clubs,no ATVs: $1200

All types of chair caning, repairs & refinishing. James Lewis Perry 478-987-4243

with spectacular views. Estate sized lot with privacy and convenience, paved road, electricity. Text preferred. Tim Miller

for the season, non-refund-

able. David Williams Sparta



All types of chair caning: Towns County 706-401-0880 blind, French, hole-to-hole,

For lease, 3-acre pasture for

porch, rattan reed & splint, 5+ acres fronts on creek ap- horse/garden plus 9 acres

some repair & refinishing, over proximately 15 ft wide, good woods for hunting. Water and

55 yrs' experience. George laying property. Call for more electricity available: $5 per

Shelton Cartersville 770-607- information. F. Nichols Fannin acre, per month. Charles


County 678-758-0497

Wayne Toccoa 256-881-9356





Land maintenance offering I am looking for hunting land fencing, brush removal, bush to lease, within a 50 mile rahogging, seeding and fertilizing dius of Grovetown. This is not


of pastures or food plots. a club. Victor Johnson GroveHorse pasture, 20 acres, 2 Marissa Bradley Social Circle town 706-833-9685


covered stalls, tack room, 10 770-823-4309 additional acres to ride, 4

i need a draft horse saddle

miles from I-20: $600month. Horace Hembree Carroll 770842-2727

Loader/backhoe, grading, bush hogging, aeration, tree cutting, branch trimming, pruning, lawn mowing, leaf

and bridle just to ride not show, must be reasonable, no junk. Joe Diver Hiawassee 706-994-7848

Average prices for June 2020 Auction Market at Georgia Auction Markets, Georgia Department of Agriculture and U.S.D.A. Cooperative Federal-State


mulching, chain saw & blade sharpening. Rockdale and sur-

Looking for 35 to 55HP John Deere or Kubota tractor with



G. cab, front-end loader, AC and

Kelecheck Conyers 770-597- heat. Call or text. Kevin Bishop


LaGrange 706-594-0872

Livestock Market News and Grading Service. For daily quotations, call (229) 226-1641 (7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.)
(Cattle prices expressed in


Specialize in wood fences, Looking for a canopy and roll

38 years' experience: horse arenas laser graded, tree clearing, driveways built/regraded, gravel, barns graded, drainage correction, trucking,

wire fences, arenas. Install. Good pricing. Over 25 years' experience. Prompt Service. Dan Gilbert Roswell 229-3253163

bar for John Deere 2510 tractor. James Meeks Thomaston 706-656-1094
Looking for any type of poultry, chickens, ducks, turkeys,

demolition. Luke Butler Stumps ground neatly below pigeons or geese. Five or less,

Braselton 770-685-0288

ground level, free estimate and no chicken house chickens.

reasonably priced. Glen Whit- Billy Montgomery Homer 678-

42 years of experience. Bush- ley Bethlehem 770-867-2718 591-6410

EMPLOYMENT hogging, post holes, gardens,
food plots, aerating, seeding, fertilizer spreading, light grading, light clearing. North Georgia area. Rick Allison Buford 678-200-2040
Ag/Farm fencing, all types installed and repaired. 12Yrs experience. Land management services: consulting, mowing, seeding, food plots, wildlife habitat. Casey Kent Good Hope 678-446-8520

Trimming specialist and horse-shoeing; 7 yrs' experience, trained by certified journeyman Wayne Allen. Reasonable prices for quality work. Cody Black Emerson 678956-0401
Farm Help Needed and Seeking Farm Employment ads must be related to agricultural farm work. Ads submitted for domestic help, companions,

Looking for English walnut tree. Prefer 4-5ft. Has to be shipped. Please email any information. Anita Willoughby Stapleton
Looking for fenced pasture in or near Bibb County, either for long-term lease or to purchase. 100+ acres preferred. Call/text. Mark Vanderhoek Macon 478-318-7202
Looking for hay disc cutter and tether for nonprofit organization. Teresa Hardie Eaton-

baby sitters, housekeepers, ton 706-862-885

etc. will not be published.

Looking for pallet forks, hay


spear, and grapple that fit 500 series Deere loader, 522 to be


exact. Cash in hand. Connor Power Monroe 404-989-2306




COWS: Breakers 75-80% lean .................. 69.09 Boners 80-85% Lean.................... 69.42 Lean 85-90% Lean ....................... 58.36

BULLS: Yield Grade 1 1000-2100 lbs ............................... 97.76

FEEDER CLASSES: WEIGHTED AVG PRICES STEERS: MEDIUM AND LARGE ....................................1 .................... 2
300-350 lbs ..........164.78 ........... 155.01 350-400 lbs ..........158.22 ........... 148.45 400-450 lbs ..........146.91 ........... 140.70 450-500 lbs ..........143.68 ........... 136.49 500-550 lbs ..........138.90 ........... 131.89 550-600 lbs ..........133.49 ........... 126.09 600-650 lbs ..........129.25 ........... 121.46 650-700 lbs ..........123.84 ........... 114.73

HEIFERS: MEDIUM AND LARGE .....................................1 .................... 2
300-350 lbs ..........141.10 ........... 130.93

BULLS: MEDIUM AND LARGE .....................................1 .................... 2
300-350 lbs ..........162.55 ........... 155.24 350-400 lbs ..........158.96 ........... 145.00 400-450 lbs ..........144.76 ........... 136.62 450-500 lbs .........137.37 ........... 131.38 500-550 lbs ..........131.27 ........... 124.38 550-600 lbs ..........126.15 ........... 118.24 600-650 lbs ..........117.01 ........... 110.60 650-700 lbs ..........111.94 ........... 106.63
BILLIES/BUCKS 80-85 lbs ..................................... 175.57 90-95 lbs ..................................... 190.88 100-145 lbs ................................. 211.96 155-175 lbs ................................. 288.93 NANNIES/DOES 60-65 lbs ..................................... 116.32 70-75 lbs ..................................... 126.57 80-85 lbs ..................................... 136.76

Are you interested in farming hemp? For information: rules, growing supplies, biomass or CBD oil production and equipment. For questions call Richard 404-8583336 Ellenwood

Full or part time. Cows, farm Need pickers starting June 15

farm maintenance, tractors at Pot Luck Blueberry Farm.

fences, will furnish apartment Prefer local Baldwin County.

for full time non-smoker, Ask for Loretta. Potluck Blue-

salary, background check. L. berry Farm Milledgeville 478-

Draper Cedartown 770-748- 932-5390


Need salvage UTV Cub Cadet


big country model #641, need front drive pulley or salvage

350-400 lbs ..........136.59 ........... 126.99 400-450 lbs ..........131.19 ........... 122.98 450-500 lbs .........127.96 ........... 121.74 500-550 lbs ..........123.40 ........... 117.37 550-600 lbs ..........118.81 ........... 111.41 600-650 lbs ..........111.44 ........... 104.15 650-700 lbs ..........107.77 ............. 98.71

90-95 lbs ..................................... 168.64 KIDS & YEARLINGS 30-35 lbs ....................................... 87.25 40-45 lbs ..................................... 114.78 50-55 lbs ..................................... 128.57 60-65 lbs ..................................... 147.41 70-75 lbs ..................................... 155.12

Bobcat/tractor work, bush

machine. Carey Vanlanding-

hogging/lawn mowing/pasture maintenance restoration, grading/clearing, plowing/garden, deer plots, fence/heavy equipment welding, post holes. Larry Houston Covington 770235-3082/770-235-3782

Items wanted in all Classified Categories will be advertised here.
1 or 2 16.9-30 tires with or without 15inch rims. Must be in good shape. Harry Hughes

ham Cairo 229-221-8511
Old metal case for Parmax 12 Volt solar power fence controller by Parker McCrory. Sammy Pilcher Ellaville 229937-2039

Producers can obtain daily cattle prices by Internet at the following website: Once at the site, select Market News and Transportation Data in the left column. Click on Livestock, Meats, Grain and Hay under the heading Market News Reports by Program. Next, click on Cattle under the heading Browse by Commodity. Then click on Feeder and Replacement Cattle Auctions and select Georgia.
Want 50-100 acres for 2020- Wanted: guinea pullets 10-12 Windmill, 15-25ft tall. John 21 hunting season for me and weeks old. Purchase or trade Gibson Newborn 770-361-

Bush hog, rotary mow, gar- Warm Springs 706-655-2475 Ole time Candy Cane Petu- grandson. Walton County. for 10 week old guinea cock- 2746

S : AFT focusing on protection den and food plot, harrow and
plow, bale square hay. Monroe County area. Jimmy Waldrep Forsyth 478-951-5563
Bushhog your pasture, field or till your garden, food plot. Larry Boatright Dallas 678386-1466
Custom land clearing for barns, pasture, residences. Leave property clean. Demolition, laser grading, pads for barns, homes, riding arenas.

1950 8N Ford tractor engin or whole tractor with rebuildable engine. Billy Johnston Thomaston 706-647-6257
2010 Dodge 3500 or 4500 crewcab or megacab 4x4 diesel dually with base interior. Randy Welty Alma 912-6142637
3pt post hole digger with 9inch auger. David Speer Ellijay 336-655-9649

nias, female pepper seed, Flemish Giant rabbits. Henry Lee Sale City 229-328-8867
Pine straw, truck loads from yard, clean up okay, no sticks, delivered, reasonable. A. Combs Hephzibah 706-8712656
Pomegrante and crabapple seedlings. Don Adams Social Circle 770-787-7582
Really old stuff, house and

Safe and sober. Danny Bryan Monroe 404-520-9359
Want Covington fertilizer parts for planters front and back braces, vibrator drives and boxes. Also rotary hopper type. L. Cox Ochlocknee 229403-6719
Want permission to hunt Civil War relics on property near battle sites w/metal detectors. will share finds. David Walter Mashburn Epworth 706-632-

erels. Chelsea Sitter Gillsville 770-530-3575
Wanted: Small amount homegrown, field-grown tomatoes and sweet corn for home use. A. Stanley Atlanta 404-2719596
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Did you know? Windmills have been used to convert
wind power into energy since the 9th Century.

Build/refurbish driveways. In-

barn. Whatcha got? Prefer 5456

sured. Bill Butler Atlanta 770231-4662
Farm 911 Signs-Farm Safety and Emergency Signage. An information source for greater

5x8 utility trailer. Steel mesh bottom and sides, reasonably prices, preferably North East Ga. Roy Bruce Marble Hill 770-893-2853

north Georgia, but consider all. No large machinery. Cash paid. Bill McGraw Athens 706614-0867
Searching for Benny(pinto)

Want sheep fleece for garden mulch. Belly or other less desirable parts. Fair price. Prefer text. Cynthia Hizer Covington 770-891-8216

al government provides 50 percent of the purchase cost. The other half of the easement cost is local and can be divided between the local government and landowners, said Dee Perry, executive director of the Georgia Agricultural Land Trust.

peace of mind. Website: Carburetor, Zenith, Carter, and Bucky(brown), miniature

Perry added that a change in the 2018 Farm Bill dropped Daren Sue Truex Cumming 678-6286767
Forestry mulching and underbrushing. Land, lot, trail and overgrowth clearing. Fence and survey lines and pasture reclamation, etc. Kristy Jarrett Baldwin 706-391-5177
Lakes, ponds built, repaired, new pipe systems claimed for good use, drainage problems fixed, creeks renovated, licensed-insured. Bobby Karr Gay 404-227-3405
Lakes/ponds built, repaired, new pipe systems, land clearing, swamps drained, creeks rerouted, drainage problems, wetlands restoration, bush hogging home sites. Tim Harper Peachtree City 770-527-

Marvel Schebler style to fit Super A Farmall, also Super A Farmall parts tractor. Bobby Clonic Bethlehem 770-8802639
Cash paid for running and non-running diesel tractors and skid steers. Have trailer with winch. Also buys back hoes. Joshua Fowler Dacula 404-886-7423
Donkey to protect goats and raise grandchildren, prefer female or gelding. Clark 404202-3272 Young Harris
Great pasture commercial feed to homeless sheep, llamas, alpacas. Will pay delivery. 478-741-2067 Thomaston
Half pint canning jars. M. Wages. Social Circle 770-

stallions. Requesting visitation. Lost contact after horse farm resale btwn Gainesville and Athens. D. Smith Blairsville 727-457-3843
Seed plates for Allis Chalmers model 74 planters wanted. Lamar Edwards Clayton 706782-5436
Seeds for old fashioned reseeding petunias. Also, looking for old fashioned thrift plants. Email with prices/amounts. Pat Homer Statesboro
Truckers favorite white field corn, 2 bushels. In season for freezing. W. Nunn Macon 478361-3734
Two used rear tractor tires size 16.9-14-28, would prefer North Georgia man. Max Cun-

Want to buy three llamas: one male, two females, age 1-3 y/o. Hugh Pope 770233-0130 Sunny Side
Want trio silver sebright bantams show quality. James Lawrence Alto 762-230-3718
Wanted cab tractor 45hp70hp. Prefer 4x4, any brand 2000-2010 year model. Andrew Kinder Royston 706386-0895
Wanted: 50, 61/2ft T-post. James Farmer Maysville 678936-1376
Wanted: Female goats between 1 and 18 months old. Must be 50% white & 50% black and NOT sterile. Joel Wiley Coolidge 229-890-8888 Email: numberman4@yahoo.-

the requirement for local government participation that could make easements more attractive to farmers. Farmers now have the option to donate half of the easement cost to the land trust, which results in a tax break that they can spread over five years.
Local land-use planning is also being used to preserve farms in Georgia, but not as much as in other states, according to the study. In Chattahoochee Hills, the city uses a system of development rights on properties to encourage land conservation.
Other policies scored in the study are agricultural districts, farm link programs and state land leasing.
Van Pelt explained that the study is part of AFT's plan to expand efforts to promote land protection measures in areas where its research shows significant farm loss. AFT has five regional offices nationwide and is planning to open two more, including one in the Southeast.
To read the AFT's study, go to



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Sunbelt Field Day will go on
Driving tour with video will inform farmers of the latest research

By Jay Jones

region's top agricultural scientists about the latest tech-

nologies to improve their operations. Demonstrations

this year will cover the latest seed varieties, crop protec-

A new format at the annual Sunbelt Expo Field Day in

tion methods, soil fertility and irrigation.

Moultrie on July 23 will have growers viewing the latest

Blalock said vendors and researchers are partner-

farming methods and technologies from the comfort of

ing on this new format to help prevent the spread of the

their vehicles as a result of concerns about the COVID-19

COVID-19 virus.


"We're going to give it a try. We have no expecta-

Typically, visitors would hop on trams to see each of

tions of how many farmers or vehicles are going to come

the test plots during Field Day. This year's event is orga-

through, but we really feel like preserving the hands-on

nized as a driving tour of the research farm accompanied

part and giving the farmers an opportunity to look at the

by pre-recorded video segments featuring university re-

crops without ever getting out of their vehicle," he said.

searchers and company vendors, said Chip Blalock, Sun-

"It is really a great situation of making lemonade out of

belt Ag Expo executive director.


"When we were faced with COVID-19 issues, we

Blalock said plans are moving forward for the Sunbelt

had to start thinking outside the box. While everybody

Ag Expo Oct.20-22. The event hosts more than 1,200 ex-

is doing everything virtually and that was definitely an

hibitors each year at the 100-acre show site.

option we wanted to preserve the hands-on part of Field Due to COVID-19, the trams that carry growers around the research fields at

Blalock said the expo will be held "as usual as possi-

Day," Blalock said.

Sunbelt will remain parked this year. In years past, growers sharing space on ble" while following COVID-19 regulations and precau-

This year, farmers can take the whole tour from their the trams have solved a lot of problems on their own, supplementing what they tions.

vehicles. Videos will be accessible using the official Sun- learned from official sources. (GDA File)

"We're really spread out throughout the grounds, so

belt Ag Expo app, Sunbelt Web site, or YouTube channel.

it's easy to social distance," he said.

Visitors can access the videos during the tour using a smart- Farm, located at the Expo show site at Spence Field in Moultrie.

phone or tablet linked to their vehicle's Bluetooth system. Farmers can choose to pull aside at stops that particularly
spark their interest to investigate plots further and visit one-onone with the researchers, Blalock said.

Registration is free for anyone who works in agriculture. Visitors should arrive through Gate 2 anytime between 8 a.m. and 9 a.m. to begin the tour.
Signs will direct those in attendance to a red tent where they

University researchers, Extension Specialists, and ag company representatives conduct numerous trials at the Darrell Williams Research Farm for all major Southern agronomic crops. To view more specific

Field Day typically attracts about 400 visitors from Ala- will register, receive a welcome bag including snacks, register Sunbelt Ag Expo Field Day details, download the

bama, Florida, Georgia and South Carolina. The half-day event for CCA credits, and begin the tour.

Sunbelt Ag Expo app or visit

will take place at the 600-acre Darrell Williams Research Each year, farmers are invited to Field Day to learn from the

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