Farmers and consumers market bulletin, vol. 94 [i.e. 98], no. 25 (2011 December 14)

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Vol. 94, No. 25
Robert Cobb Jr. Named
Ga. State Veterinarian
Georgia Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black has appointed Robert M. Cobb Jr. as Georgia's state veterinarian. Cobb succeeds Dr. Carter Black who retired in October.
As State Veterinarian, Dr. Cobb administers the Animal Industry Division of the Georgia Department of Agriculture. This includes enforcing the regulations and directing the programs designed to control and eradicate animal disease, directing the proper interstate movement of livestock, enforcing the Georgia Meat Inspection Act, and licensing and bonding livestock markets, dealers and meat packers.
Born and raised in Moultrie, Ga., Cobb received a Bachelor of Science Degree from Valdosta State College in 1976, followed by a year working as an Animal Health Technician with the joint USDA-State Accelerated Brucellosis Program. Dr. Cobb earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Georgia in 1981.
Cobb began his professional career at Ogeechee Veterinary Associates in Millen
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Notice
Ad Deadline
for the Jan. 11 issue
is noon, Dec. 28

Wednesday, December 14, 2011
May this Christmas Season
Embrace your family with True peace, joy and love.
Commissioner Gary Black
And your Market Bulletin family At the Georgia Department of Agriculture

Copyright 2011
Winter Equine Edition
Scheduled January 11
The Farmers and Consumers Market Bulletin special winter equine edition is scheduled for January 11, 2012. This issue will include notices for horse shows and events in January, February and March, as well as listings of boarding facilities, horses at stud, and ads for miscellaneous equine equipment and supplies. A 30-word limit will be observed for these notices. Deadline for the edition is Dec. 28, 2011. Only one ad per family per issue will be allowed.
Notices included in the "Equine for Sale" and "At Stud" categories must be accompanied by a copy of a valid, negative Coggins test (made within the past 12 months); otherwise, they will not be published.
In addition, the Georgia Animal (Continued on Page 8)

Dept. Regulations Help Protect Buyers, Sellers of Firewood

Although some consumers burn firewood only occasionally during the holidays, others rely on firewood as a major source for heating their homes during the winter months. Regardless of the reason for purchasing firewood, consumers should become familiar with Georgia Department of Agriculture regulations governing this product. Those selling firewood also should be familiar with these regulations to ensure all advertising and sales are in compliance with Georgia law.
According to regulations administered by the department's Fuels and Measures section, wood of any type sold as fuel for fireplaces or stoves must be sold by the cord or cubic measure. A cord is defined as 128 cubic feet of wood stacked by the line or row in a compact manner with individual pieces touching. The cord can be four feet high, four feet wide (deep) and eight feet long, or any combination of these measurements (height, width and length) that yield 128 cubic feet of firewood (4 ft. x 4 ft. x 8 ft. = 128 cubic feet).
Although consumers easily can measure the height and length of a cord of wood, they should pay particular attention to the width (depth) of the cord. Since it is impractical to cut firewood into lengths of four feet for most uses, consumers likely will want the wood in more manageable lengths of 24 or 16 inches for use in fireplaces and stoves. Therefore, for wood stacked in rows four feet high and eight feet long, it will take two rows of 24-inch wood or three rows of 16-inch wood to provide a width (depth) of four feet (48 inches).
"Consumers may see firewood advertised by the truckload, face cord or

rack, but these are not legally recognized measurements," said Rich Lewis, director of the Department's Fuels and Measures section. "In Georgia, firewood can be advertised and sold only by the cord, fraction of a cord, or cubic measure."
Consumers may find firewood sold in small bundles or shrink-wrapped packages at convenience stores and other retail outlets; however, the Georgia Department of Agriculture requires that the quantity of the firewood be clearly displayed on the package in terms of cubic measure so the consumer will know the exact amount of wood purchased.
Department rules also state that firewood must be designated within 10 percent accuracy as to the type or species of wood. For instance, a cord may be advertised as 50 percent oak and 50 percent hickory as long as the percentage of each species is not off by more than 10 percent.

Some firewood sellers state in their ads that the selling price includes stacking the wood.
If the seller does stack the firewood upon delivery, consumers are advised to check the dimensions of the stacked wood before completing the transaction to ensure they have the quantity of wood they agreed to purchase. Any discrepancies can then be resolved before the sale is completed and the seller leaves the premises.
If the seller does not advertise that he/she will stack the wood when it is delivered, the consumer should be prepared to stack the wood upon delivery in order to verify the quantity before completing the sale.
Knowing and adhering to the department's rules concerning firewood sales will help both the buyer and seller in completing a transaction that will be satisfactory for both parties.

Flavor of Ga. Contest Now Accepting Entries

Entry deadline is Feb. 10, 2012 for the annual Flavor of Georgia food product contest, an annual celebration of all the flavors the state has to offer.
Product entries must be received by Feb. 10, 2012, and final judging will be held March 12-13, 2012 at the Georgia Freight Depot, Atlanta, during the Governor's annual Ag Awareness Week.
Featured are commercially available food products or market-ready prototypes that are judged by a panel of food experts.
Categories for the contest are as follows; barbecue and hot sauces; confections; dairy products; jams, jellies, and sauces; meat and seafood products; and snack foods. Entries are judged on

flavor, best use of Georgia ingredients

and theme, unique or innovative qualities,

commercial appeal and originality.

Each product will be charged a $50

entry fee, and must be registered

separately.

For further information, contact the

Athens Conference Office at 706-583-

0347 or register online at

http://www.flavorofgeorgia.caes.uga.edu/

The Flavor of Georgia food product

contest is sponsored by the University of

Georgia College of Agricultural and

Environmental Sciences Center for

Agribusiness

and

Economic

Development in partnership with the

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THE MARKET BULLETIN

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

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FARM SERvICES
If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call Shavonne Smith at 404-6519081 or 404-651-9082.
The Market Bulletin publishes advertisements for Farm Services in the first issue of each month. Please adhere to the following guidelines when submitting an ad for farm services. All farm services must be performed on the farm of the individual desiring the service. Farm Services and Farm Services Wanted ads are limited to 30 words.
33 years of experience, bushhogging, garden plowing, grading, chainsaw work, etc., $50 per hour, 3 hour minimum charge; flatbed hauling, $75 per hour, 2 hour minimum charge. Rick Allison Buford 678-200-2040
35 yrs. experience laser-grading horse riding arenas and toppings, custom tree clearing, barn pads graded, horse paddocks, trackhoe, driveways built, demolition, insured. Bill Butler Braselton 706-654-3777 770-2314662
39 y.o. male can remove your wildhogs, coyotes, and deer, exchange farm work for hunting rights; I respect people and their land. Timothy Morris Tucker 404-867-6202
AFA certified farrier, corrective trimming & shoeing, professional, reliable, and dependable, 50 mile radius of Rockmart. Rodney Tant Rockmart 678-899-9181
All repairs on metal roofs; also, wood or metal construction, repairs on building. Terry Mikle Snellville 770-979-8981
All types of fencing & welding. David Parks Gainesville 770-540-6794
All types of tractor work, bushhogging, driveways scraped, front-end loader, reasonable rates. Bill Couch Cumming 770401-1076
All types of tractor work, fencing, taking care of animals; hauling services: gooseneck livestock hauler and flatbed, call for more info. Jessica Hensley Ellijay 706-669-4045
Any farm fence built with wood or wire; corrals, farm buildings, & all other related work, statewide service. Robert Hayes Hartwell 706-376-6708
Barns built/repaired, all types of tractor work, fences built/repaired. Jerry Glancy Griffin 404-433-3568
Big beautiful chicken house coops, email for pictures & prices: davidbarnman@ aol.com, pick-up/delivery, built on site. David Rice Cedartown 770-324-5138
Bobcat work, $50/hour, minimum 2 hours, build barns, storage buildings, fences, any type of carpentry, plumbing, electrical. Mike Boehm Covington 404-273-0162
Build steel corrals, holding and working pens on site, all heavy steel construction and welded. Van Foster Jefferson 404-427-6466
Bushhog fields, building shelters, fencingwood/wire, hot wire fencing, grading, Bobcat work, brush clearing, stall construction, railroad-tie retaining wall. Ryan Herrier Hiram 770-577-4152
Bushhog your land and haul your horses, call for prices. Larry Boatright Dallas 678-3861466
Bushhogging and off-set harrowing, reasonable price, Axson and surrounding area. Robbie Mancil Axson 888-261-3215 888-725-9629
Bushhogging, harrowing, gardens planted, anything you need, I can do it.; have 52 HP tractor and all the attachments. Lester Vinson Leesburg 229-344-6237
Bushhogging, trackhoe work, grading, and clearing jobs of all sizes, Morgan and surrounding counties. Paul Lavengood Madison 770-318-3859

Bushhogging: Ammbusher on skid steer loader, rough land, overgrown pastures, shore lines, skid steer work, jnorton@lmxinc.com. Jim Norton Canton 404-580-8676
Clean sand and silt out of ponds, dig ponds in wet areas, clean out farm lagoons, etc., over 40 years experience in dragline work. Larry Potts Watkinsville 404-697-6455 770725-7851
Clearing/grading for fences, pasture, barn sites, pond/lake excavation, and repair erosion problems. Jeremy Brown Sharpsburg 404-886-8275
Crack pecans, $0.35 per pound, Bethlehem area. Ronald Krieger 710 Smith Mill Rd Winder 30680 770-868-6088
Custom horse barns, pole buildings, other buildings, fencing of all types, especially horse fence, wood, or wire, Paulding, Polk and NW Ga. Jim Vesmarovich Rockmart 770-5056959 404-281-1719
Dragline, backhoe, and bulldozer for hire, pond digging, land clearing, road building, etc. Edward Williams Douglas 912-383-7870
Experienced trapper will humanely remove beaver, coyotes, foxes, etc. in southern Henry or Butts counties. D. Dominick Locust Grove 678-448-2524
Farm building restoration, tin roofs, any siding, paint or stain, over 10 years experience. Josh Waits Cedartown 770-853-8574
Farm tractor and heavy equipment repair, scrap equipment removal. J.C. Seabolt Cleveland 706-878-8515
Fences built statewide: farm, horse, wire, wood, hi-tensile,vinyl, electric, free est., competitive prices, 16+ years exp. Charles Mooney Midville 478-589-7645
Friendly reliable farrier services for the Athens, Macon, and Milledgeville areas, competitive pricing, call for an appointment. Chris Shaw Danielsville 478-957-2621
Jolly Remodeling: farm houses, decks, screen porches, additions, metal roofs, drywall, painting, plumbing, references available. Josh Jolly Lookout Mountain 423290-6424
Lakes, ponds, land clearing, swamps drained, creeks re-routed, timber clean-up, horse farm work, fence row cleared, draining problems fixed, 30 yrs. exp., licensed & insured. Bobby Karr Fairburn 678-973-7645 770-964-5065
Land clearing, tractor work, food plots, Bobcat work, reasonable rates, 20 years exp. Vince Geiger Loganville 404-219-8899
Licensed trapper: will remove beavers, coyotes, muskrats, and other animals from your property. James Hughes Locust Grove 770-898-8577
Lite grading and hauling, roll off service, fence building, custom hay cutting, and many other services, call for more info. Travis Kendrick Rockmart 770-324-3434
Minor tree work and log splitting service, rates are $20 per hour plus flat travel fee of $40, within 15 miles of Dahlonega. Shane House Dahlonega 678-232-7589
Mobile sandblasting service- farm trailers, equipment, steel buildings, etc., leave message, if no answer. Eric Saxon Homer 706-248-6926 706-498-7462
Mobile welding services: equipment, rails, rusty metal repairs, bent, cracked, or broken; we straighten, fix, or replace, negotiable pricing. Paul Capobianco Maysville 770-2419998
Mud and water no problem: beaver dam removal, creek channel cleaning, drainage ditching, silt removal, lake rimming. Jim Moon Oakfield 229-535-6562 229-881-0048
No-till grain drilling, fertilizer spreading, bushhogging, harrowing, spraying, all types seeding, all kinds of tractor work. Richard Mocko Crawford/Lexington 706-743-7324
Pecans, cracked and shelled in Carroll County at the Brown Barn. Shirley Spruill 475 Burwell Mt. Zion Rd. Carrollton 30117 770258-3321
Pinestraw installed, holiday special, $3.70 per bale, installed, cleaned, and rolled, call to schedule a same day appointment. Tracie Courtenay Atlanta 678-665-1961
Portable band sawmill owner, will cut your logs into valuable lumber at your location. William Jasper, Jr. Rome 706-292-9895 706252-0856
Portable sawmill, use your logs and save money, starting at $0.35/bd. ft. + set up fee. Mitchell Smith Griffin 404-867-5106
Portable sawmill/timber framing: turn your trees into lumber or buildings, 30 years experience, references. Rick LaHayne Clarkesville 706-499-6939
Poultry house clean-outs, all types of houses, will also purchase litter from stack houses, Northwest Georgia, leave message. Bill Broome Taylorsville 770-337-8607
Repair barns, outbuildings; build sheds & decks. Ronald Agan Carrollton 678-8399166
Saw your logs into lumber with Woodmizer bandmill at your location, call for price. Taylor Davis Fayetteville 770-461-4418 770-4021180
Sawmill services using Woodmizer portable bandmill, at your location, turn your logs into useful lumber, reasonable rates, custom millwork also available. Stacey Freeman Statesboro 912-682-7723
Spreader truck service: will haul and spread or stack litter/shavings, etc., Ellijay area, call for pricing. Jordan Sanford Ellijay 706-2730925 706-889-3427
Stumps ground neatly below ground level, reas. priced, free estimate. Glen Whitley Bethlehem 770-867-2718
T-post & wire/wood fencing, repairs, corrals, barns, references available. Ed Jolly Lookout Mountian 423-443-0007

Tandem dumptruck delivers compost, top soil, fill dirt, mulch, etc., haul off debris and do Bobcat work. Raymond Dunnigan Kennesaw 678-683-2624
Tractor services, bushhogging, loader work, grading, dirt & gravel hauled, area clean up, fence repair, drainage issues. Wayne Humbard Loganville 678-825-4597
Tractor work, bushhogging, grading, hay baled, gardens tilled, fields sprayed and fertilized, $50 per hour or by the acre, TS 90 New Holland hog, 4 hour minimum. Howell Alexander Bremen 678-776-1119
Tractor work, grading, gravel and septic systems. Roger Griffin Carrollton 404-2132178
Tractor work, landscaping, drainage and erosion control, driveways scraped, arenas, bushhogging, tree removal, tree planting, and firewood services. C.B. Brand Lawrenceville 770-608-1613
Tractor work: bushhog, scrape, plow food plots, postholes; hauling gravel, dirt, equipment, etc., Coweta & surrounding counties, call for estimate. Tony Shaw Newnan 404-606-1206
Tree service available: will remove trees from your propery in exchange for wood and/or payment, depending on the job. Walt Gaskin Stone Mountain 404-552-3884
We cut hay within 50 miles of Atlanta. Jim Thomas Lilburn 770-925-2182
We take down old barns, cabins, chicken houses for salvage to be recycled. Chris Musselwhite Macon 478-297-8511
Welding, metal work, equipment repair, gates, railing, fencing, trailer hitches, steel columns, farm tractors, fully certified, Larry Houston Covington 770-385-4862 770-223-3082
Will custom roll or square bale your hay in Lee, Dougherty, and surrounding counties. Terry Dockery Leesburg 229-343-1849
Will plant pinetrees with semi-auto planter, 30 yrs. exp., free est. Keith Hadden Stapleton 706-547-6180 706-547-5084
Will round bale (4X5) hay on shares in Paulding & Haralson County. John Commander Dallas 770-445-6800
Will saw your logs into lumber at your location with portable sawmill, reasonable rates. Billy Bridges Winterville 706-742-9564
Farm Services Wanted
90 year old farm house to be torn down, you keep all lumber and remove all unwanted debris. Bobby Luke Bogart 770-725-5094
Looking to hire expert to caponize 60 roosters and show me the process, must be experienced. Chris Owen Blairsville 706897-4237
Someone to cut two large black walnut trees for the wood. Allan Karl Madison 706474-6467
Wanted: licensed contractor that can move a house 20 x 40, height- 15'8; location: Hinesville, Ga. Bonnie Mack Midway 912271-5037
FARM EMPLOYMENT
If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call Andrea Stephens at 404-6519081 or 404-651-9082.
Only farm work or farm help wanted advertisements allowed. No commercial, industrial or domestic employment permitted.
19 year old female looking for barn jobs, experienced with horses. Courtney Hickok Sandy Springs 404-386-0120
23 yr. old young professional, looking for part time work on a farm to gain experience, starting a farm/ranch. Victor Ansley Augusta 706-597-6371
23 yr. old hard worker, looking to work on a farm, during the month of Dec. Victor Ansley Augusta 706-595-9360
24 yr old looking for work as barn manager/trainer/instructor etc., 16+ yrs riding, may relocate, will exercise horses. Ansley Burgess Tifton 706-436-7069
30 yrs working horse farms, run tractor and and clean stalls mornings and evenings. Darlene Boatwright Athens 706-340-9672
30 yrs. Exp. in horse care, horse shows seeking employment full or part time. Kelly Tillman Ball Ground 770-608-7093
40 yr. male farrier, breaking, tractor, cattle experience, seeking full time employment. Franklin Banks Jr. Thomson 706-872-5088 706-595-5173
59 yr. old, knowledgeable herdsman/ horseman seeks farm employment, in central south Ga., housing required with small salary. James Toole Milledgeville 478-804-9937
Additional morning help wanted at quality boarding barn. Pam Levy Locust Grove 770957-1603
Ambitous hardworking male looking for any kind of farm employment near Canton. can work with any kind of animals. Jason Sharp Ball Ground 404-432-6176
Couple seeking employment on chicken farm with housing. C. Smith Baldwin 706-677-1008
Degree in Horticulture, want to work parttime for an organic farm or nonprofit in exchange for rent. Alexis Budnek Dalton 678386-9659
General horse farm help needed, full/part time, mucking, horse handling, turn-out, feeding, etc. www.bellacavallafarm.com Nancy Seyfried Macon 574-850-0319
Looking to hire expert to caponize roosters, must be experienced. Chris Owen Blairsville 706-897-4237
Need dependable couple, to work on automated hen farm, Dwelling and salary provided, Drug free workplace. Clay Jones Dahlonega 706-865-3997

Reliable person/family to manage 1 of 3 broiler farms, housing/salary provided, must have ref. Mark Andrews Dalton 706-537-8923
Responsible man with family looking to run poultry farm, willing to relocate. Jack Piner Forsyth 770-504-9047
Single man wants job on farm or care taking position near Calhoun, Rome or Kingston, have exp. Buddy Baswell Cedartown 678246-8652
Want to care and feed for your horses/ livestock while you're away, exp. and dependable adult horse owner. Dianne Cassara Loganville 770-554-8574
FARM MACHINERY
If you have questions regarding this category, call Ashley Simpson at 404-6519081 or 404-651-9082.
Only farm machinery and equipment owned by the advertiser and used in his/her own farming operation can be advertised; those persons advertising for machinery and equipment wanted must be seeking those items for their own farming operation.
"Bad-Boy" Pro-26 ZT Series, Briggs/ Stratton, 26 hp, 60" steel deck, zero-turn mower, 3 extra blades, runs perfectly, $3800. Philip Schuyler Canton 770-309-2400
#Tractor engine Deutz diesel remanufactured, never installed Type: F3L1011 3 cylinders air cool KW(S)27 1/min 2800, $2,500/obo. Linda Caldwell Canton 770-345-6716 770-345-6716
'06 Loflin grapple; 72" W; two cylinder; very good shape; pick up only; $1900 or reasonable offer. William Boyd Mineral Bluff 706-374-4591
1 Farmall Cub tractor with cultivators, good cond., $2800/firm. Bobby Craven Toccoa 706-886-6118
1 set of Grouser steel tracks, will fit any Bobcat with 12 in. wide tires, almost new, $500. Leon Casey Ellijay 706-889-4823 706889-8125
10' hydraulic harrow, $2200; 7' Athens Offset harrow, $3500; J.D. 210 harrow, $2000. Royce Hulett Hazlehurst 912-253-0161 912375-3008
1000 gallon LP gas tank, nearly new, $1950. John Gammage Suwanee 678-898-9965
16 ft. Gooseneck trailer and 16 ft. utility trailer. Jim Long Rome 706-346-0799
16' bp dual-axle HD trailer, new wood floor, good tires, $800 firm. Carol Huff Hartwell 706-819-9600
18' tandem trailer, ramps and brakes, all steel; 2 very old screw jacks and Bee duster, 1 train jack. Bobby Day Auburn 770-601-5808
1845-C Case skid steer, 2000 4 cyl. Cummins diesel engine, low hrs., good tires, like new bucket, $9000. Roy Pruitt Douglasville 770-949-5453 770-595-7891
19092 Kubota 1750 with bucket and bushhog, $5500. Larry Albright Hawkinsville 478-230-4771
1917 Fordson steel wheeled tractor, 80 gal. syrup kettle, cane mill, much more mule drawn equipt. Gerry Hogan Cordele 229-273-8456
1940 Farmall H runs, $700, JD 440, parts tractor, $1,000. David Coffey 6907 Capitola Farm Rd. Flowery Branch 30542 404-9253427 770-965-6832
1946 David Bradley (Sears) walk behind tractor w/harrow for restoration, 7 hp Wisconsin engine $200. Billy Hayes valdosta 229-242-3066
1946 Ford 8N tractor, looks and runs well, $2200. Patty Treadaway Aragon 770-5471160
1948 Model 60 "All Crop" harvester, $400. Gary Bolton Homer 706-654-7550
1951 8N Ford tractor like new, 5' bush hog mower $4800, must see to appreciate. Ray Cook Buena vista 229-649-7430
1953 Golden Ford Jubilee tractor, excellent condition, $3000. Willie Burgess 230 Sams Drive Fayetteville 30214 678-467-6714
1955 Ferguson bad block slurg rod, good rear tires, good body to restore $500. Randy Crawford Bowdon 770-617-6223
1970 John Deere row crop tractor, has been partially restored, engine/pony engine rebuilt, just needs finishing restoration, $3000. "Bubba" Bohlen Madison 770-318-9135
1971 Ford 5000 tractor, one owner, in good shape, $6000. No calls after 9pm. Norman Woodward Brooklyn 912-839-3181
1979 Ford 3600 diesel tractor, good tires, runs fine, ready to use, $4,500. James Waller Commerce 706-335-4227
1981 JD 450C dozer, 6 way blade, good condition, runs great, $8800. Stephen Smith Reidsville 912-557-4703
1986 - 455E John Deere track loader/9300 backhoe, $8,000. Virgil Brookshire 4405 Johnstonville Rd Forsyth 31029 404-5806763 478-994-2030
1989 Ford F-800,429 engine, 16 foot Chandler spreader body, good condition, $9900. Eddie Walker Rayle 706-401-1363
1991 John Deere 750 tractor, 690 hrs., good cond., 18 hp Yanmar 3-cylinder engine, $5,000. James Hinton Statham 678-2273391
1992 Dresser 125 G loader, good cond., $10,500 want small track hoe. Frank Bird Ila 706-765-7122
1996 IMT 539 tractor, three cylinder diesel motor, needs a lift kit, $2000. Tim Welch Cataula 706-322-5917
1996 JD 6300, cab, 4500 hrs., good cond., $17,000; Shaver 10" post driver, $1700. Tracy Boyt Thomaston 706-656-8481
1997 John Deere 5400, 4wd, 1200 hrs., canopy top, $12,800. Matt Miller Canon 706680-3546

2 1930 JD hit & miss engines, 2 5-gal. White Mtn. churns, 1 3-gal. White Mtn. churn, 1 1960 JD garden tractor, 3 trlrs., my cost $13,000, yours $10,000. Dixie Arnett Tifton 229-392-3921
2 JD 60 tractor, p/s, exc. cond., also 7ft Bush Hog Mower (pull type). Emmett Rhodes Hepzibah 706-592-5508
20' Trailer low boy king pin hitch, single dual wheel axle oil bath,10 ton $1500. Tony Henrique Nahunta 912-266-1795
2000 Ford tractor with 5 ft. bushhog and scrape blade, 16' cattle trailer. Sidney Dooley Trion 706-857-5804
2000 MF271, P/S 8/2 trans., 2 remotes, roll/bar cover, 69hp, new loader, 6 'bucket with/quick hitch, nice $13,500. Lloyd Leach Martin 706-356-2236
2004 Kubota B7800 4 x 4 tractor, 30 hp, front-end loader, backhoe, 450 hr., $14,000. Ricky Barnard Rocky Face 706-397-2875
2006 Dual axle 7'x14' enclosed trailer, $3500 OBO. Daniel Branton Cumming 770887-9185
2006 Kubota M6800, cab, 4x4, hyd. shuttle, loader, 2 remotes/radio/forks, like new, 485 hrs. $34,000 or smaller trade. Charlie Wellham Statham 770-725-7378
2006 TC35DA New Holland tractor with 6 ft. loader and 5 ft. harrows, $15,500. John Smith 3422 Centeral Av. Waycross 31503 912-6746639
2008 Kubota L4400 tractor 4x4,45 HP with 94 hours with 5 like new implements, $18,000. Blaine Lord Dudley 478-279-3428
2009 ''Easy dump'' trailer, new, $5900. David Walter Lincolnton 706-359-6804
2010 6 shank Tuffline pasture renovator w/barrel rack, new cond. Lamar Long Chatsworth 706-695-5906
2011 McCormick CT47 tractor with loader, 4wd, 47 hp, 48 hours, like new. Josef Kullmann Madison 706-318-0784
24' ear corn conveyor with new 1 hp electric motor, excellent condition, $500. Sidney Rentz Chester 478-358-4616
2600 Ford tractor with 5' mower, Hi-Lo range, ROPS, five lift, $6,500. Brenda Brown Fort valley 478-988-4360
3 pt hitch rock and root rake, $150; cutivator and layoff plow, $150. Steve Littleton Toccoa 706-491-7617
3 pt. Hitch Trig. spreader, 7' back blade, post hole digger, 3 augers like new. Dick Goetzman Arabi 229-322-1386
3 Tower towable Zimatic pivot, 855 hrs., excellent condition, drop sprinklers, end field stop. Matt Berry Americus 229-942-8590
3' bucket for NH backhoe, $700. Danny McCravy Douglasville 770-949-6372
30 ft. Mayraph ear corn elevator, 9 hp Honda engine, on transport wheels, $900. Ken Hicks Ochlocknee 229-377-6453
353 Detroit diesel new clutch, 35 gal./hyd pump, 80 gal. fuel tank one unit $5,000. Winston Cook Byron 478-960-2087
4 foot bushhog, good condition, $350. Beth Joh Cumming 678-447-9932
4 ft. Kubota 3 pt hitch rotovator, $1200, exc. cond. Frank Herron Yatesville 706-472-3475
4 row John Deere planters, connected to a 7300 KMC no till, excellent shape, $12,000, plants great, no skips. Ashton Galbreath Lyons 912-293-2819
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4-row heavy duty tillivator with toolbar and assist lift rear wheels, $1200. John Willis Bainbridge 229-254-5674
40' Gooseneck trailer hydraulic ramps/ stand, new tires, air brakes. Andy Lanier 365 Colleen Ln Jesup 31545 912-294-6449
40/20 John Deere tractor, column shift, field ready, nice with canopy and lights, $9000. James Brown Whigham 229-200-3543
4000 Ford tractor, diesel, 8 speed transmission, very dependable, rebuilt lift and trans., $6150. Darcy Flynn Monroe 404-8199419
4440 JD tractor, 9965 JD Cotton Picker, 496 Case IH harrow (18 Ft), 2 -5000. Donnie Keene Abbeville 478-258-0658
46 IH tractor, good condition, $4850. Joel Hurst Dewy Rose 770-827-2530
5 ft. Bushhog squealer SQ600 and 5 ft. box blade, $1000/nego. Greg Gillis Mt. vernon 912-326-1340
5 ft. Bushhog, looks rough but works fine, $150. Tony Davis Oxford 770-385-0309
5' finishing mower, new 3 pt hitch, $600. L. Smith Bowdon 770-258-7856
565 New Holland square baler, extra nice, kept in barn. Dwight Bobo 2413 Turkey Mountain Rd. Rome 30161 706-291-8300
6 foot harrows, $400; heavy duty hay spear, $100, both in excellent shape. Freeman Henson Hinesville 912-877-2526
6' tandem disc pull type harrow with 22" disks, new hydraulic cylinder, tires & hoses, $1695/ obo. Tim Shiver Fitzgerald 229-468-9849
6- foot Bushhog finish mower, always sheltered, good condition. $775. Randy Williamson Jesup 912-270-1107
6-row cotton stalk puller. Al Breedlove Dawson 229-881-2141
60 hp 2001 Gehl skidsteer; 4835 XLT in good condition. Danny Grizzle Royston 706988-0175
60" Bushhog brand finishing mower, model#FTH 600-1 in excellent condition. Keith McCall 3628 New Franklin Ch Rd Canon 30520 706-244-2726
7 ft. used Brown bushhog, $2900; 8 ft. new bushhog, $2950; 16 ft. used heavy duty utility trailer. James Brown TyTy 229-387-0954
7 old tractors, Massey Harris, Farmall, and Allis Chalmers, none running, but in good shape, sell at my cost. Jess Arnett Tifton 229382-6517
7' Alamo heavy duty Bushhog, paid $2500, will sell for $1500. J. Coleman Butler 770375-8473
7120 Case Int. 6900, hones, good air tires, duals, field ready $29,500. Lee Glisson Statesboro 912-839-3334
7610 Ford tractor excellent condition, $8,500, remote hydraulics. Joey Collins Thomasville 229-226-7693 229-221-2015
801D Ford diesel tractor, good running order, good rubber, good metal, $2600. Jerry Mull Silver Creek 706-346-4657
850 NH baler & 5' drum cutter, $1500; 135 MF tractor & 6' cutter, $6000. Powell Collins Lyons 912-526-6415
8N Ford tractor with angle scrape blade, runs well, $1250. Robert Chapin Blairsville 706-835-8369
941b cat loader, great cond., used on farm $12,500. Randy Nation LaGrange 706-8826177
943 Cat track loader, excellent condition, low miles #24,500. Stan Neely Whitesburg 404-535-3015
Aerator/plugger by Bush Hog, 60 inch, 3-pt. hitch, MPG-600 w/10 hubs, excellent condition, $1275. Gerald Betterton Cleveland 706-878-0500 706-348-6847
AgTech 300 gal. high velocity orchard & crop sprayer, 3-pt hitch, bought new for $13K, barn kept, $3,500. Deborah Justice Dewy Rose 864-903-0288
Allis Chalmers 5020, 2 cyl diesel, 8 speed Hi Low cultivators, planter tractor $975, implements $100 ea. Frank Yates Rock Spring 423-595-9151
B275 International tractor, diesel, good condition. Mike Vaughn Baxley, 912-3672312 912-366-8020
Bearcat 950 heavy duty feed grinder loading, unloading auger, new bearings, paint 2 screens, excellent cond., $5000. Laurie Martin vienna 229-314-9264
Bobcat T190 and Bobcat 763 skidsteer loaders, have new buckets, one has new tracks, other new tires, $9500. Ryan Beam Hiram 770-480-9697
Bushhog brand rotary mower, 14 foot, 3 gearboxes, 3 point with hydraulic rear leveling, ready to work, $2800. Scott Howell Danville 478-279-0942
Case 1835A-skid steel 2128 hrs., good cond. Robert Harrell Davisboro 478-348-3998
Case 450B, new rails, rollers sprockets, idlers pads and new engine, 4 way blade, good machine, $12,000. Jim Downs Sylvester 229-272-6122
Case 550 LGP, excellent condition, '99 model, $14,000. Grady Rice Hephzibah 706592-2804 706-830-1920
Case IH 1200 8-row stackfold planter, great condition, $10,000; 26-ft. Hutchmaster disc, good blades, heavy duty, $8000. Carlin Giesbrecht Louisville 478-494-4007
Choretime PNTs, Choretronics II, static pressure boxes. Plasson nipples, drip trays, regulators and other misc. equip. Mike Bloodworth Knoxville 478-836-2535
Covington 1 row planter, Taylor-Pittsburgh 6' rotary tiller, Troy Bilt horse rotary tillers. Jimmy McLane Hartwell 706-376-4092
Covington 1 row Speed Master duplex planter, several extra plates, $350. Ollie Lindell Jesup 912-427-7187
Craftsman 14hp garden tractor, 3 point hitch, some equipment & wheel weights avail. Malvy Banks Rockmart 770-684-9033

Craftsman air compressor, oil free, 6 hp, 33 gal.,125 psi, 240 volt, excellent condition, includes new air hose, $300. Dale Rodriguez Maysville 706-335-2132
Creep feeder w/panels $1700; 460 Long tractor w/canopy, exc. cond. $5000 or trade. Travis Gilbert Woodbury 334-750-0032
Crustbuster 15 ft., no till drill, only run 4 acres, $24,500. Chad Bailey Elberton 706-318-1819
Ditch Witch 3210 Diesel w/6-way blade, digs 6" wide 48"deep incs. trailer, $5800. Robert Hitt Thomson 706-595-6745
DR all train bush mower, 4-speed, unused, cost $2495 new, will sell for $1400, 6 yrs. old. Earl Ruis Eatonton 770-318-6758
Dyna Tech DT32 band mill, $3500; John Deere skidder, $3000; Ferguson tractor, $1500. Emily Smith Mount Airy 706-247-5426
Farmall 100, 5 pcs attachments, 1 and 3 pt hitch, needs electrical work. John Eberhart Hiram 770-943-0775
Farmall equipment; cultivator (3 sets), planters, two disk plow, and parts. Bill Henry Chatsworth 706-571-8699
Farmall tractor 1966, 140 with all equipt. and cultivators, runs well. Edna Harold Nashville 229-686-3283
Farmall tractor, 3-pt. hitch, runs well, $1500. Robert Brown Homerville 912-487-2758
Ferguson TO 38911, good metal and tires, runs, needs pistons, bushhog, scrape blade, $2500. Tom Lane Blairsville 706-374-3658
Ford 1953 Ford 8N tractor, exc. cond., $2500. B. Burgess Stockbridge 770-483-5100
Ford 3000 diesel tractor, $6000; bushhog 6 ft., $60088. Leland Blankenbaker Dallas 770443-2434
Ford 3000 diesel, 3cyl., 2 speed differential, high 8, power steering, 2 disc. tiller good tires $6000. Frank Bertschin McDonough 678583-0280
Ford 3000 with 730 Ford front end loader, $3,950. Johnny Farmer Bowdon 770-3015258 770-845-0965
Ford 3000, gas, dependable tractor, runs great, good condition, $3000 firm. David Parris Gillsville 678-997-5339
Ford 3600 diesel tractor, 2200 hours, loader, trailer, Bushog, box, scraper, Long 6 ft. rototiller, $10,000. James McClain Rabun Gap 706-746-6285 706-490-0703
Ford 801 Workmaster 1959 gas, good, everything, surprisingly strong tractor, good tires, sheet metal paint $2350. Before 8pm Eric Leslie Macon 478-973-1932
Ford 9600 tractor, 125hp engine, hydraulics and PTO recently rebuilt, dual wheels, dual power, $8000. George Conley Kite 478-4693252
Ford diesel tractor engine, 55 hp, with starter and injection pump, $2000. G.C. Brown Warner Robins 478-954-1283
Fred Cain 7 shank plow, 20 disk harrow needs 1 disk, 8 disk harrow, asking $1,000. Tommy Bowden Loganville 770-480-0353
Fred Cain 9 shank all purpose plow, used one time, like new $800. Ken Wilson Monroe 706-340-5258
Gehl 1470 baler, 4wx5t bales, elec. tie, 900lb. rolls, good shape, $3800, 3 pt.. 4-wheel rake, $350. Jeff Scogin Gay 770-652-2170
Gleaner E Combine grain and corn heads, needs work $500.00, 6' box blade $275.00. Harold Distel Knoxville 770-584-1862 478836-9400
Good Yr.Dyns Tongue II, 24.5-3 2 tubeless tires, 2 mounted on Case IH axle flow combine, gc, $1400. Charles Thompson Augusta 706-631-8465
Gooseneck trailer 24 ft. long with dbl. axles and ramps, new tires, new paint, $3200. W.H. Crews Covington 770-490-1712
IH spreader. low sides, wide body, pto drive, good floor and fins, $1150. Scott Hawks Nicholson 706-207-7614
Int. 303 combine with cab, 12'' grain head, $1200. Harris Horton Davisboro 478348-3980
International factory 18.4-38 dual wheels, complete with hubs and tires. Seth Young Tennille 478-232-6104
JCB 1CX loader backhoe skidsteer or trade, $24,000, 2007, 1,016 hours, muscle car trades. Jim Finerty Bogart 706-224-3563
JD 1949 A exc. cond., restored, 10 yrs. ago, kept in barn since, $4995. William Hudson Gray 478-731-7971
JD 4020 late model, syncro trans., $10,500. Neil Patrick Sylvania 912-687-5045
JD 4440 w/wo loader, 18.5' Krause harrow, 4-row KMC bedder, 4 JD 71 planters on cultivator. Eddie McKie Abbeville 229-4672150 229-426-2530
JD 468 baler, good condition, low bale count, sheltered, twine/net. Bobby Hall Wrightsville 478-279-3656
JD 5 bottom plow, IH 4 bottom plow, 4 row culivators,12 row sprayer, 4 row crust buster, 25 hp phase convertor. John Wade Cochran 478-599-0635
JD 5325 4WD tractor, 530 hours, plummed for loader, super clean, $21,000. Loren Lewis Claxton 912-288-2933 912-213-2661
JD 5500, 73 hp, 4WD, loader, JDMX8 mower, 1870 hrs., new clutch/hydraulic pump, EC, $21,950. Ronald Boyd Sharpsburg 478454-6171
JD 5510 2WD canopy, 75 HP, 522 loader, good rubber, new clutch, gc, 1800 hrs., $18,995. Doug Huff Dearing 706-833-1163
JD 5520 4wd, cab, loader, Kuhn Moco cutter, Krone hyd. tedder, Sitrex 8-wheel rake, Vicon 4x6 baler, ec, $59,000. Mark Woodham Madison 404-379-8037
JD 6500 sprayer, JD 7420 cab MFWD, JD 7410 cab MFWD, 12 row LMC sprayer, all exc. condition. Darrell Williams Swainsboro 478-237-3237
JD 870 tractor, 1991, 674hrs, turf tires, weights, 5' rotary cutter, excellent cond., $9,900. Sylvia Oglesby Brooks 770-7160151

JD BD1108 8' barely used grain drill to trade for 10' hay disk mower, will sell for $3,500. Bill Carswell Senoia 770-599-0601
JD diesel power unit, 360 hp, Cat. diesel power unit, 150 hp, with handclutches, gearheads, and fuel tanks. Christopher Hill Cochran 478-230-8388
JD front weights #R58823 total 8 for $300; Woods heritage mower model HC60 cut 60 in., $1500. Jack Laing Dawson 229-886-9027 229-995-2402
JD Grain drill, $3000; 6 row Redball hooded sprayer, $2000, twin row planters, $2500. Michael Baker Abbeville 229-406-0518
JD Tractor 5105, only 240 hrs., includes bushhog, scrape blade, box blade, lift arm all for $18K. Tony Hutcheson Cumming 706429-7098
JD-4-16 bottem plow ex-cond, midland 4.5yd dirt pan, new-cond., 11 long shank chisel plow, ex-cond. James Whittle Chester 478358-4518
JD210 13-ft. smoothing harrow, $1350; 2008 Kubota 9540HDC, 4x4 cab/air, loader, dual remotes, 600 hrs., $38,500. Jay Harman Greenville 706-812-5785
JLG 26MRT rough terrain scissor lift, good condition, tight pins, 2000 yr., $4695. William Amerson Monroe 770-267-7435
JLG Manlift Model 40H, 1964, works well, $6800. John Williams Fayetteville 770-8335051
John Deere 2007 5525 cab 4wd with bucket, one owner, loaded, includes buddy seat, in exc. cond.; spreader truck, $2000. Smitty Dotson Ellijay 706-273-6097
John Deere 450 Dozier loader, new breaks, steering, clutch. Must see, make offer. Chuck Fiore Lawrenceville 770-616-3940
John Deere 4960 MFD and 4560 MFD tractors; John Deere 4710 Sprayer. Alan Baggett Montrose 478-484-0656
John Deere 510C loader backhoe, 4X4 turbo, good condition, $13,500 obo. Richard Guagliardo Cuthbert 229-838-6688 229-3436320
John Deere 5225 4x4 with 542 loader and canopy 352 hrs. needs nothing, $22,500/OBO. Jason Hilsman Madison 706818-0111
John Deere 5300, 2 wheel drive, dual remotes, great cond. $12,900. D. Boston Hogansville 678-817-1165
John Deere 8 ft grain drill, recent drop cups and tubes, many disc bearings replaced, all drag chains, $750. Randy Hill Bainbridge 229-416-7470
John Deere 9750 grain combine, 930F grain head, 644 corn head. Terry Lewis McRae 229-833-5381
John Deere Combine 2-row 244 corn head, 4-cyl. gas, everything works, in good shape, early 1970's model 3300 cab. Ken Long Mershon 912-614-1374 912-632-5747
Kawasaki 550 mule, good condition, $3000, no calls after 9 pm. Jack Laing Dawson 229995-2876 229-886-9027
KMC 6-Row Strip Till auto reset shanks, rolling baskets, with or without Telone kit, email photos. Jeffrey Deen Baxley 912-3676432
KMC two-row bedder, field ready. Jared Craven Baxley 912-278-4239
Kubota B5100-E diesel tractor, engine runs great, needs gear work, several implements included, $1500 OBO. Dan Padgett Hiram 678-462-6213
Kubota B7800 w/toothed bar loader, runs great, just serviced, R4 tires, $12,000. Dan Torbett 77 Jennings Ct Jefferson 30549 770778-9586
Kubota BX2230, 2005, 22 hp diesel, 244 hrs. mower front end loader. exce. condition $8,900. Tom Cufr Gainesville 770-983-3793
Kubota front tires & rims R4 24x8.50-14, rear tires & rims R4 12.4-16 $850 for both. JIimmy Walton Milledgeville 478-456-2668
Kubota tractor M5040 only 54 hrs., like new w/ 8ft. harrow. Joe Dubberly Baxley 912-3675156 912-278-7146
Lilliston Model 244 double disk grain drill, good condition, 12', $1,500. Rob Johnstone Butler 478-952-4260
Log splitter mounted on trailer, 5hp push button controlled electric 240 volt. horizontal mount, $1700/obo. Tim Eason Monroe 770267-4472 678-283-5888
M & W 4500 baler, 4x5 rolls, manual tie, ready to bale, use 40 hp and up tractor, $5500. Donny Kimbrell Cornelia 706-778-8597
Massey Ferguson 40, 3-cyl. Perkins diesel front end loader & backhoe, 3 ft.bucket, does not run, in fair shape. Pete Cobb Fairburn 770-964-5644
Massey Harris Pony tractor, hydraulic lift and PTO, excellent tires and sheet metal, $2300. Troy Bennett Dahlonega 770-654-1163
MF 135, 8-spd., 3-cyl. Perkins, 5-ft. mower, 95% rubber, runs great. Helen Pfieffer Ellenwood 770-593-3768
MF 232 front end loader with bucket and hay spear, $1500. Winston Neal Greenville 706-672-4121
Midland dirtpan $2500; JD 7' or 8' pt. hitch grain drill, $1800; JD manual grain drill, $1200. R. Hulett Jacksonville 912-253-0162
Miller Bobcat 225 welder-generator with 18 hp Kohler, 50-foot leads, 152 hours, excellent condition, $1950. Ellis Belflower Fort valley 478-951-1104
New Holland 575 hay baler, exc. condition. Everett Panter Blue Ridge 706-455-7227
New Holland H6750 hay cutter, 2010 bought new Jan. 2011, used this season, like new $8000. Barry Welch Barnesville 768-326-8318
Old, assorted farm equipment, too many to name. Harold Arnett Tifton 229-392-7233
OMC 595 round baler, $1800. Thomas Thompson Shellman 229-679-2008

Out of the chicken business and have disassembled chicken houses, all equipment ready to go. Marc Chary Alpharetta 770-3359880
Peanut wagons 14' and 21', Cat 3208, 125hp with hand clutch. Ted Cowan Fitzgerald 229-423-5602
Pecan cracker and shelling equipment wanted, working or not. Allen Hubbard Blairsville 256-390-9379
Pecan equipt., 3 Champion Pecan crackers. M.E. Smith Alma 912-614-0945
Post hole digger-3ph w/3 auger bits9",10",& 14", all good cond. Garland Benefield Covington 770-784-1655 770-841-0909
Ramacher pecan harvester and dump cart, field ready, $10,000. Billy Brown Leesburg 229-347-1012
Reel mower, 5 gang set, like new cond., $2200. Daniel Jenkins Griffin 770-468-0963
Rhino 12 ft. flail mower, used very little, $1,000/obo Danny Adams McDonough 770294-0507
Sandblaster, Lindsay Marco, 300-lb. capacity professional unit, works & looks great, $1250 firm. Jack Jaxon Atlanta 770-452-1616
Sickle mower 400, 2 disk turner, $200; 440ft. steel I Beams 5" wide, 14" tall tall, $400 each. James Taylor Ranger 770-616-5844
Spreader, fertilizer, stainless steel pull type, manufactured by Diversified Fabricators. Allan Brittain Jackson 770-775-7727
Surge complete home dairy vacuum milking system, for cow and goat, $1500. Brad Smith Eastanollee 706-599-7796
Takeuchi TB250 mini excavator with attachments, brought brand new, used very little stored inside. Joe Verdone Lexington 706-743-3994
Taylor Way smoothing harrows, 24 disc, disc size 18", $1250. Dale Westmoreland Cleveland 706-878-0702
Terex 1972 Detroit diesel, D-9, 10 ft. blade, $18,000. Bill Price Hiram 770-947-1859
Tires 4 ea 225/75/15 and 2 ea. 245/75/16, $150 for all, parts cleaner, make offer. Ronald Rush Franklin 706-675-3417
Tomahawk 10 h.p. chipper/shredder, good cond., cuts up to 3 in., $500. Ron Strickland Gillsville 770-869-7575
Trailer, Gooseneck flatbed 20ft. long with double axles and ramps, $3500. Derell Waldrop Dacula 770-685-1585
Troy Bilt chipper/vac w/hose, 8 hp electric start, runs well, self-propelled, new, $1,200, asking, $550. Thomas Waldecker Snellville 770-918-8351
Two "A" Farmalls 1 runs, 1 engine stuck, comes with turning plow. Michael Rose Rome 706-346-1349
Two 1020 IH, combine heads, 20' $3500.00 and $6500, grain wagon with auger $3975. James Bailey Elberton 706-318-1012
Two Int. 1150 Grinder mixers, one good, one for parts, $2000; 4 wheel wagon $500.00 or trade. John Gilbert Woodbury 706-575-0593
Two JD110 1968 tractors, Kohler engines, hydraulic mowers, blade, JD 180 1990 tractor, mower, take all, $1200. Tom Grady Alpharetta 706-605-9686
Two JD110 1968 tractors, Kohler engines, hydraulic mowers blade, JD180 1991 tractor mower take all $1200. Tom Grady Alpharetta 770-605-9686
Unverferth 6 row rip strip w/markers, KMC 5-shank ripper bushhog, 10' scrape blade. Hugh Hosch Waynesboro 770-789-3258
Vermeer 840 mower conditioner, used 2 seasons, $14,000; 12' Miller offset disc, $4,000; Kuhn tedder, $3,000. David Lorrens Cedartown 706-266-0113
Vicon baler, been completely restored, new parts, etc. like new for used price; priced to sell. L. Martin Clarkesville 770-519-2982
Want Case I/H 85 series tractor parts, or 85 series tractor complete. Jerry Cox Fayetteville 770-461-7938
Woods 5ft finishing mower, 3pt. w/D-shaft, mech. sound, needs TLC $300 OBO Cary Stephens Carrollton 678-314-1408
Woods C114 9-ft. rotary mower, $1,500; bush & bog disk harrow, $450; spring tooth plow, 7 shank, $450. Mark Grayson Rutledge 706-752-0077
Yanmar 2500 2WD tractor, 514 hours, needs brakes, front end loader, box blade, spreader, hay fork; $7,500/obo Cathy Buglioli Upatoi 706-575-1174
Yanmar 2500 30HP tractor loader, box blade, seeder hay fork, 600 hours, $7500. Mike Buglioli 8051 McKee Road Upatoi 31829 706-575-1169
Farm Machinery Wanted
1948 JD A, need magneto, starter or misc. parts, reasonable. Don Plumley 8113 Dallas Acworth Hwy Dallas 30132 770-974-4772
4 high speed Cole planters with wide metal front to adjust depth. Edward McCarty Alma 912-632-6015
450 Case track machine unloader parts. Norman Sanford Cartersville 770-826-6736
8 square bale hay accumulator, good condition. Paul Smith Warner Robins 478952-3899
9N Ford parts, will barter; Int. Cub Cadet & Troy-Bilt tiller. Bill Murray Snellville 770-9726693
Currently in need of a two-row plow, bush hog, T-post, feeding bins, hay ring, power poles, gates, etc. Chris Musselwhite Macon 478-297-8511
Disc harrow, 5-6 ft., heavy duty & in good cond. Mike Hattaway Dearing 706-556-6422
I am seeking used five or six foot cultipacker. Ed Green Albany 229-291-1093
John Deere 435 hay baler for parts. Dalton Cross Ty Ty 229-776-6195
John Deere T24 336 346 etc., square baler for parts. George Long Rydal 770-546-7640

Looking for a 4 or 5 wing bottom plow. George Parker Millen 478-494-6536
Looking for a large wood burning stove for my living room, I also need stove pipe. Don Dallas Jasper 678-362-6479
Looking for an Allis Chalmers WD45 wide front diesel tractor to fix up. Chuck Phillips Cumming 678-414-2313
Looking for out-front brand hay accumulator and grapple in good condition. Josh Pennino Watkinsville 706-340-3146
Looking for small disk harrow to pull behind 4 wheeler; close to McDonough. Wayne Lynch McDonough 678-271-2573
Looking for used 2-row planter on 3-pt Cat, 1 hitch in good condition Don Overturf Bowdon 770-696-8832
Need a 2/14 bottom plow, call after 6 p.m. Carroll Bryan Cochran 478-308-2083
Need good 10-15 ft.pull-type bushhog ready to work, reasonable price. Jeff Nalley Roopville 678-873-6751
Need used rear tractor tire, 13.6x28, will pick up. John Suttles Newnan 678-521-1039 770-252-7828
Neet set of tracks that will fit a 1976 Cat D4D crawler. Claude Harman Greenville 706672-4717
Spring tooth harrow, 7 feet, 3 point hitch. Larry Latson Atlanta 313-506-6474
Surge Alamo vacuum pump wanted for small dairy, can rebuild if necessary, reasonable price. Chris Franklin Dalton 706-263-2008
Transmission and rear end for 600-801 or 3000 ford on complete tractor with fair price. Nelson Massey Conyers 404-273-3777
Troy-Bilt Pony Tiller transmission large model, Honda engine. James Williams villa Rica 678-840-8622
Want 1 or 2 good tractor tires, size 13-6-24. Thomas Peek Buckhead 706-342-4676
Want 16-ft manure spreader body, E model gleaner combine. Shaun Crowe Monroe 404503-0324
Want 542 loader for JD 5325. Don Jones Tifton 229-392-3620
Want 9700 and 5200 Ford tractors running or for parts. John Horton Rhine 229-385-5222
Want a good used cab tractor to gather both roll and square bales; prefer one with loader. Jimmie Smith Hazlehurst 478-213-7506
Want carburetor for 1949 Int., Cub tractor and also exhaust manifold for JD 430W. Bobby Patterson Comer 706-783-5740
Want cotton boll buggy, also 7820 JD tractor and 4 row Max Emerge planters. Casey Horton Milan 478-893-7004
Want engine or block for Massey Ferguson 35, 4-cyl gas. Larry Wallace Jackson 404427-0960 770-775-0876
Want GM 471 power unit with hand clutch in good condition to be used on my farm. Wesley Carlan Homer 706-677-3796
Want Harley Davidson golf cart for parts to keep my farm machinery running. Don Brunner Mineral Bluff 706-374-5628
Want pecan cracker in good condition, reasonably priced. Harvey Hull Fayetteville 770-616-0746
Want Polaris Ranger or Kawasaki mule 4x4. George West Danielsville 706-795-2002
Want tires for 12- 38 inch rim. Reese Foster Dawson 229-886-0396
Want to buy 560, 610, 2610 long tractor running or not, for parts. Sherman Smith Trenton 706-657-8812
Want to buy JD4030 tractor with bad engine. Hubert Williams Unadilla 478-230-9089
Want to buy: one-pt. hitch harrow for Farmall tractor, 100 or 140. J.C. Hilliard Eastman 478-374-4904
Want to buy rolling chopper for chopping 812 foot trees. John Morris Lyons 912-4030736
Wanted hydraulic post driver in good cond. Mr. Hattaway Danielsville 706-795-3605
Wanted plows for 300 Farmall, 2 pt. hitch tractor including planters, reasonably priced, will buy tractor too. Wilbur Burch Eastman 478-285-2840 229-385-5807
FARM SUPPLIES
If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call Andrea Stephens at 404-6519081 or 404-651-9082.
10-12' heavy duty galvanized corral panels, approx. 3000' 6 irrigation pipe, and pipe trailer. Johnny Williams Swainsboro 478-237-7852
1000' lumber; maple, oak, hickory, pine, basswood, ash, cedar, poplar; also turning blocks. David Gray Bowdon 770-655-4674
110 L shape transfer tank, for back of truck with pump, poultry house gas heaters. D. Carter Surrency 912-367-3054
12 ft. metal, unused, 3 ft. wide, red, $15 per sheet, 42 pcs. Gary Oder Dry Branch 478508-3015
1266 GOF incubator 3 shelves auto egg turner, water tray etc., $350. Raymond Seckinger Ellabell 912-858-5048 912-4290655
2 Brock chicken house, feed bins, 14 ton 6 legs, excellent condition, $700. Scott Hudson Pendergrass 706-215-4455
2 gas poultry house heaters, Ziggity drinkers, Choretime feeders & other misc. poultry house equipment. Joshua Martin Clarkesville 770-531-7432
2 red cedar logs, 12-24 in. dia., up to 18 ft. long, best reasonable offer. Billy Weeks White 770-382-8514
2 ton chain hoist; 600 amp Arc gauge 1000 lb, 225 amp, Lincoln arc welder; Tig welder, water cooled. Freddie Bell Comer 706-2962531
20-30-55 gal. plastic drums, 2 bung plugs, 55 gal. metal lock ring, 55 gal. w/o lids, 55 gal/stainless. Jimmy Cannon Canton 770889-2342

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200' heavy duty geotextile material 15' wide, $289, roll used for heavy use area for NRCS project. Mary Garrett Clermont 770-983-9564
215 8' landscape timbers/fence posts, pressure treated, stacked in barn, $1.50 ea. James Isaacs Lithia Springs 770-489-9342
28,000 gallon storage tanks and 3 20,000 gallon storage tanks. Scott Lindsey Wrightsville 478-278-4351
2hp Flint & Walling end centrifugal pump CJ 101 series with instructions. cball593@ bellsouth.net Darryl Nealis Hampton 770630-1469
3 Farm pasture gates, $40 each. Jackie Griffeth Loganville 770-466-4063
3 Natureform hatchery/incubator system, set up for quail, holds 5000 eggs each, $2000 each. William Waddell Sparta 478-457-6524
300 Lincoln welder 300 amp 230 volts single phase, use for stick welding on farm and shop, $600. B.J. Felkel Millen 912-682-5813
32 ft Gooseneck trailer with loading ramps, all steel construction, excellent condition, new tires. Erie Miller Lyons 912-293-3769 912565-0214
3x20 metal roofing, no rust, $16 per sheet, 2x10 5-v metal, $5 per sheet. Mark Knott Elberton 770-307-6011
4 Cattle feed troughs 10 ft long, good condition, $50 each. Doyce Brown Bremen 770-537-2056
40 Gallon syrup boiler for sale, $300. Jimmy Smith Waynesville 912-322-0495
55 gallon plastic food grade drums w/removable lids, $15 ea, discount 10+ storage/feed/water. Melvin Worley Lexington 706-621-0366
5V tin used, different lengths, $3.50/sheet. Holley Cantrell Cleveland 706-969-9668
Billy goat gruff creep feeder $250/head gate $125; 4 turkey feeders $25; 9 livestock panels $75. Chris Saye Watkinsville 706-540-4668
Blue and white 55 gal. plastic drums, closed tops, two twist off caps, food grade. Eugene Needham Loganville 770-466-4284
Blue Martin equip., complete & ready to install, metal pole and 22, white gourds, $150. W. E Rooks Albany 229-883-6541
Broiler house equipment, Choretime feeder, Ziggity drinkers, 54" Acme tunnel fans, generator, feed bins etc. Biody Reece Dawsonville 678-410-2226
Buckets--food grade, white plastic handles, resealable lids, 5 gal. and smaller size. D. Grizzle Gainesville 770-532-8510
Cane Mill Chattanooga 112, excellent condition, like new, $1000 cash. Bill Kicklighter Glennville 912-237-3539
Cardboard egg flats for 30 eggs, $5 for 100. Marie Murphy Powder Springs 770-428-4900
Cedar OES board 1/2x4ftx8ft. Harold Brown Commerce 706-335-3572
Chicken house nesting cages, will cut to most any size, some watering systems installed, starting at $20. Ted Fuller LaFayette 423-645-5084
Clean 55 gal. metal drums w/lids, $20 each, 55 and 48 gal plastic barrels, $20 each. Windle Sneed McDonough 770-483-7007
Dried oak lumber assorted widths and lengths, $.75 per board foot. Danny McCravy Douglasville 404-405-8637
Dutch West wood burning stove, used very little, excellent condition, $800. Gary Castleberry Roopville 678-776-9025
Fat pine log about 12ft. long., asking $200. James Hunt Cleveland 706-865-2910 706892-7740
Fifty 36' factory scissor roof trusses 2'x6' const. w/20" overhang, excellent cond., $50 ea. Danny Hemphill Blairsville 706-435-8627
Flooring oak & pine T&G various widths, old timey beadboard and woodshavings, call for prices. William Briggs Union City 404-3492315
Gooseneck Trailer, 8X40 ft., Kerr, 12 ton, exc. condition (used twice), $7,500. Rob McBay Canton 678-777-1775
GQF cabinet incubators, hatcher, brooders, cages, feeders, and waterers. Marilyn Wheeles Brooklet 912-536-7805
Hen nests for sale- all metalbox w/ 12 nests $35 per box. Lamar Bryant Cleveland 796878-8509
Livestock propane heater used 1 winter bought new 1,200 BTU super saver XL. Teresa Brady Martin 706-969-0901
Locust split rails 8 and 9 lengths. Terry York Rabun Gap 706-982-4348
Looking for used all wire rabbit cages. Matthew Winship Glennville 706-829-4937
LP gas tank wanted 100 gal., offer good price. Bruce Thomas Martin 706-491-6827
Lumber (sawmill) low as .35/bdft, pine and hardwood, custom cuts available. Mitchell Smith Griffin 404-867-5106
Metal, green, unused 264 pieces 29 Ga. $1.50 per ft. Randy Jackson Lula 770-9839669 770-654-4649
Metal refrigerator panels, 3 1/2' wide x 4" thick, 11' to 36' (513' total), $6 a ft. Reinhold Royston Elberton 706-283-3089
MillerMatic 35-S wire welder, volts 208/230, amp 265/24, on stand, 3/4 roll wire, bottle gas, $350 firm. Howard Milsap Newnan 770-2534594
Need 140 6-ft. metal fence posts, Banks County. Walter Webb Maysville 706-461-3127
Old cast iron cook pot on legs, very good condition, $40 firm. Nathaniel Hester Madison 706-342-2572
Old farm kettles, for cooking syrup, approx. diameter 4 ft., depth, 18 in. Marie Barber Nashville 229-686-2737
Old hand hewn log cabin, excellent cond., delivery & set up available anywhere. Kerry Hix Chatsworth 706-695-6431
Pine shavings, dry pine shavings, pick up or delivery, call for price. Cheryl Arrendale Marble Hill 770-893-3403

Plotmaster unused for sale, 4 foot 3 pt hitch and pull type, $4200 sell $2000. Steve Peskoe Davisboro 478-232-1479
Propane gas tank, 150 gal. w/ 30 gals. gas in it, good condition, $250. Leo Brown Cordele 229-322-3822
Quail surrogator, establish quail population on your land; Johnny house, release and recall live quail, three models. Al Bassett Cleveland 706-431-3614
Rare 340 cast iron wash pot, exc. condition, stand with gas burner, stainless steel llid, $650. Wayne Head Jersey 770-787-2685
Rough cut 4x6 and 1x6 treated for fencing other lumber available. Aubrey Blanton Canton 404-405-0300
Split locust farm fence rails & posts, delivered & installed anywhere. C. Mitchell Cleveland 706-865-9828
Stihl MS-440 Magnum 20 in. bar, purchased amount over $600, asking price, $450. Dale Burroughs Carnesville 706-3911248
Triple galv. steel cable 9/32" 1645', $250, cut pieces for .20 cent per/ft. Clay Brown Centerville 478-951-3330
Troy Bilt Tomahawk chipper and shredder model 47267, Briggs and Stratton engine. $200. Bethel Midgett Cleveland 770-536-4751
Trusses 40'x 2"x6", $40; galvanized steel roofing 23'x3', $15; LB White furnances, $250; Chore Time feeders, etc. Danny Fausett Dawsonville 706-265-8432
Wanted: Plasson drinkers. Michael Bennett Cumming 404-771-5454
Wanted: Rome area, good used 5v tin. Bill Findley Llindale 706-232-3824 706-766-7188
Wanted: two 15 x9 x 24 tractor tires. Fred Gayton Cumming 770-887-9476
Wanted: used 6.5 foot tee post. Clower Emmett Eatonton 678-943-3518
Wild hog traps- continuous catch, small to large hogs, removable top. J.D. Conger Norman Park 229-769-5472
Winco 25KW PTO Generator for sale, $700. Wayne Hewell Gillsville 770-530-5677
Mantel -eastern red cedar, 6 ft. x 6 in., solid, finished, beautiful, $400 firm. Scott Henley Jackson 770-584-7790 404-363-2356
LIvESTOCK
All livestock (i.e., those animals such as, but not limited to, cattle, equine, goats, sheep, swine, and poultry) must have been in possession of the advertiser for a minimum of 90 days before they can be advertised.
Cattle
If you have any questions regarding ads in this category, call Ashley Simpson at 404651-9081 or 404-651-9082.
1 Black Limousin bull, 14 mo. Hulon Gray Bowdon 770-258-2581
1, 2 & 3 year old-Registered Black Angus bulls, calving ease and gentle. K. Schwock Homer 404-735-9524
10 Corriente and Longhorn cows bred to black bull, $500 and up. Terry Wood ILa 706207-6753 706-335-7233
17 Commercial Angus Simmental cross cows, breed to black Angus bull, $1100 ea. with calves, $1250. Claude Carver Douglas 912-389-8623
17 Regd. Black Angus open heifers, ready to breed, also good selection of breeding age bulls. Fred Blitch Statesboro 912-865-5454
19-24 month, Polled Hereford and F1 Braford bulls w/ performance data; also bred and open polled Hereford heifers. Jonny Harris Odum 912-586-6585
2 Angus bulls 22 Predestined 12 Acc in the lead $2500 & $1450; 600 lb.steer backgrounded $1.45lb. James Fincher LaGrange 706-298-1156
2 Registered Angus bulls,14 months, Gridmaker bloodline, all shots, semen checked. Ricky Hix Comer 706-248-5851
2 Swiss bulls, calves 500 lbs., $350 ea. Marvin Scott Keysville 770-547-3663
20 breeding age black heifers, $950 ea. Freeman Wingard Montezuma 478-244-0014 478-472-7885
3 purebred Hereford bulls, 9 mths old, $800 each, serious inquiries only. James Elrod 268 Jenkins Ferry Rd Martin 30557 706-491-2072
3 yr. old regd. Dexter heifer for sale, $1000 obo. Ricky Willis Moreland 770-254-1962
30 Angus x Gelbvieh fall pairs, 10 spring calving breds, 25 Angus x Gelbvieh bulls, sale Sat. Dec. 17 Adam Verner Rutledge 706-4740091
40 Angus Gelbvieh open heifers ready to breed Dec., price according to amount purchased; Hadden Farm. Ronnie Hadden Gibson 706-833-9828
5 heifers, mostly Angus, 450-500#, wormed & vaccinated. Jerry Bowman Cumming 678521-3353 678-521-3353
6 month old 5/8 Lowline bull calf, $500; 1 Reg. Mini Hereford bull, calf year old, $500/ obo. Joseph Kelley Nashville 229-543-1087
8 Angus steers, 650lbs-850lbs, locally bred and locally fed, politically nurtured, all natural, $1.30 lb. Chris Riley Gainesville 404-651-7714
AI and ET Angus & Sim-Angus service age bulls, $1100 up, call for more info. Landon Boyett Glennville 912-654-9510
AI Angus heifer bull, 2-yr.-old low BW Objective son, thick, sleek, easy fleshing, strong libido, $1200. CW Herndon Brunswidk 912-222-9446
Angus cows bred to Angus bull. Wayne Chastain Martin 706-308-1212
Belted Galloway cattle for sale; bulls and heifers, excellent herd, purebred, all from registered stock. Greg Thompson Hazlehurst 912-253-8480

Black Angus- 2 bulls, 7 & 9 mos.; 3 heifers, 6 - 8 mos., 1 23-month-old Reg. Expectation heifer, 4 mo. bred, exc. bloodlines., Tim Sanders Hart 706-376-7130
Black Baldie Bull, full stock, very gentle 4 1/2 yo $1000.00 due to inbreeding. Thomas Woods Swainsboro 478-299-2681
Brahman bull calves, 7 months old, purebred gray, excellent bloodlines. Cullen Adair Blackshear 912-281-9226
Brahman bulls, 2 grays and one red, very good dispositions, ready for heavy service now. Charolette Young Tennille 478-232-9168
Brangus bull, 2.5 y.o., gentle, semen test good, $1300. Michelle Preston Blakely 229723-5069
Brangus bulls, purebred, good bloodline, gentle, lbw, 16-24 mos., semen tested, $1200/ up. Barry McManus Roopville 770-854-5570
Breeding age Senepol bull, dehorn calves the easy way, Senepol are calving ease, heat tolerant and docile. Russ Page Watkinsville 706-540-0979
Bulls: Red Brahman, Simmental & Simbrah, breeding and weaning age, few cows and heifers. Cliff Adams Bowdon 770-258-2069
Downsizing: 4 registered Limousin broodcows and 1 calf, one due and one homozygous, two open. $6,000. Brenda Irwin Macon 478-745-6954
Dream On son, 5-yr.-old, N. Fla. bulltest winner, selling to prevent inbreeding; Simmental & Sim-Angus bulls, cow/calf prs., heifers, AI/embryo bred, easy calving, high milk, satisfaction guar. Milton Martin Jr. Clarkesville 770-519-0008
F-1 Braford bulls for sale; total package with muscle, gentleness, & color. Dwane Anderson Jesup 912-427-6430 912-294-4926
Family milk cow, 3/4 Jersey, 1/4 holstien, first calf, hand milked once daily, trained and very friendly, $1250. Solomon Patrick Blairsville 706-897-9635 706-781-1525
Gelbvieh bulls, open and bred heifers, all registered purebreds, bred for easy calving and fast growth. John Kiss Gainesville 770531-1126
Hereford bulls, 22 & 20 mos. respectively, Victor/Domino bloodlines. Angie Stober Carrollton 770-854-4258
Jersey bull, 3 yrs. old, $800; also have Jersey calves, bulls and heifers. Brandon Carter Eatonton 706-473-4199
Jersey cows, some bred, all lactating, x calves, Holsteins & heifers. Mike Preston Blakely 229-220-9992
Jersey heifer, 10 mos. old, very gentle $475. F. Green Tiger 706-490-1718
Jersey with 6 month old calf, $1,200; 3 month old Jersey/Brown Swiss bull, $100. Debbie Helton Cleveland 706-892-8581
Limousin bulls Service Age, excellent quality, polled, Red & Black. Jerry Bradley Covington 678-201-2287 678-201-2287
Murray Grey cattle, replacement heifers, bred cows, pairs, breeding age bulls, www.sandbriarfarms.com. Kyle Knight Sylvania 912-690-5097
One 5yo bull, 6 cows, 3 with calf, 3 to calve soon, reg. Black Angus, exc. bloodlines. Bob Reid Zebulon 770-468-8268
One each Red Angus, Black Angus bull, both 16 mo, $1000.00 each. Call after 6pm. Tommy Snow Gainesville 770-983-7712
Reg'd Angus bulls, 14-16 months old, semen tested and all are docile. John Stuedemann Comer 706-202-2371
Reg. polled Hereford bulls and Angus bulls, good EPD's ultrasound, carcass info. provided, herd cert. and accredited. Larry Lane Carrollton 678-378-5170
Reg. Red Angus bull 20 months, great numbers, moderate frame and thick, $1300. Mose Mock 322 Mock Road Springfield 31329 912-754-6639 912-663-3808
Reg. Senepol bulls, EPD's, BSE, polled, gentle, easy keepers, good selection. George Fiveash Adel 229-563-5380 229-794-2724
Regd. Black Ballancer Bulls, 12-13 months old, Exc. EPD's and disposition. Eddie Caudell Carnesville 706-870-4665
Regd. Blk. Angus bulls, 2yrs, $1700, and 12mo Heifers not registered. Vivian Campbell Elberton 706-283-7268
Ga. Organics Sets
Conference, Expo
Registration is now open for the
Georgia Organics' 15th annual
Conference and Expo Feb.24-25 in
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Workshops and farm tours are
featured at this sustainable food and
farm event, along with educational
sessions and speakers.
Workshops include: "Mushrooms
for Everyone Beginner to Advanced
Techniques," "Permaculture in the
Deep South," "It's All About Soil,"
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Marketing of Livestock on Small
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Start it Right!," "Farm Bill and
Advocacy Training," and "Everyday
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For more information on the
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Regd. polled Hereford bull yearlings, Victor breeding, great epds & weights, $1000 up. Sam Zemurray 477 Honeyridge Road Guyton 31312 912-547-0251
Regd. Red Angus Yearling bulls. exc. bloodline & EPD, easy calving, all shots, good price. Jorge Harber Midland 706-323-2405
Registered Black Angus bulls out of SAV Bismark, 9 months, weaned, vaccinated, super nice. Marian Daniel Thomaston 478718-5108
Registered Black Angus bulls with good bloodlines, these bulls are also sound and calving ease. Jason Johns Dallas 770-8510691
Registered Limousin bulls, Homozygous Black, breeding age, polled, gentle, good EPDs. Adam Marsh Statesboro 912-536-1430
Registered Simmental bulls, 13-15 months old, forage developed, with low birth weights. really nice bulls. Clay Wilson Commerce 706621-1892
Service age purebred Black Angus and Black Simmental bulls, years of extensive AI breeding. Billie Clanton Odum 912-221-1383
Simmental bulls, breeding age, polled, black, (one solid red)calving ease, milk, growth, ready to work,$1600/up. Lanier Warbington Cumming 404-281-2433
Swine
If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call Andrea Stephens at 404-6519081 or 404-651-9082.
Swine moving from farm to farm must have a negative brucellosis and pseudorabies test within the past 30 days before they are moved whenever there is a change of ownership. Exceptions are swine from a validated brucellosis-free and qualified pseudorabies-free herd. Buyers are urged to request proof of a negative brucellosis and pseudorabies test prior to purchase.
11 Yorkshire cross feeder pigs, weighs 5060lbs, tails docked, castrated, nice pigs, $60 ea, take all $50 each. Donald Green Bremen 770-658-4320
21 Hampshire cross piglets $50 each; 1 Yorkshire sow $175 and 1 Yorkshire cross sow $200. Cody Nichols Mansfield 770-7866141 678-983-5092
Berkshire piglets $50, Yorkshire X 100 lbs.+ $100, leave message. Bishop Herrington Monticello 706-819-9099 706-468-9160
Hampshire/Yorkshire mixed pigs and hogs for sale, for more information call after 7pm. Billy Harris Rockmart 678-414-8352
Hogs for sale approximately 500 lb sow/700 lb Barrow. Ivan Turner Dawsonville 770-8872058
Reg. Berkshire 8 week old, show quality only 3 left. Duke Burgess Louisville 478-6259542 305-923-0262
Registered Berkshire Boar Born 2-28-10 and weighes about 600 lbs. Jason Bass Soperton 478-484-7229
Yorkshire Cross piglets 12 weeks old, 3 would be good Boar porspects, $50. Terry Fortson Elberton 706-283-8298
Yorkshire cross pigs born 7/25/11. David Stahl Meansville 678-524-0306
Yorkshire X Hampshire/Duroc piglets $60 each, 3 female 4 cut males. Karen Carlton Newnan 770-251-6775
Yorkshire X Yorkshire/Berkshire pigs, 5 males 5 females $50 and up ready Jan.1, good quality parents on site. Dillon Anthony Jefferson 706-870-6434
Goats And Sheep
If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call Andrea Stephens at 404-6519081 or 404-651-9082.
1 Pure breed Kiko billy, $300. Greg Mullinax McCaysville 706-669-3528
100% Boer buck, 2 1/2 yrs, proven breeder, $400. Mark Caggiano Newborn 478-7317142 706-468-8462
100% Boer Buck- big 2 yr. old-Champion bloodlines, ready to sire your herd. Susan Bragg Conyers 404-408-6151
100% Boer doeling, 7 mo., excellent confirmation, correct colors, $300. Richard Wagner Danielsville 760-689-5284
100% Boers- giant 450lb grandsire, new imported bloodlines, these giants will improve any herd. Jay Kilgore Lawrenceville 770733-7507
100% Red Boer Buck from Eagles Nest Farm, SC, babies on the ground, weighs @ 350lbs. Larry Money Rome 706-346-2293 706-378-3416
2 - La Mancha Doe's A.D.G.A 3 yrs old. hand milked, ready to breed, $ 350 each. Mike Carter Cobbtown 912-684-3184
4 Bred Nannies and 1 Boer Billy 6 mths old. Lowell Thompson Winston 678-8988339
6 mo. old Boer Billy- tame and friendly, sires on farm. Rebecca Robertson Ringgold 423902-5129
ADGA American Nubian buck-proven, real retty pattern black/white, CAE-free, $200 negotiable; also, 2 Nubian/mini-Nubian bucklings (sons), for meat/companion $30/ each. Amy Bart Toccoa 706-716-5763
ADGA beautiful spotted Nubian baby goats, born 11/2011. some on bottles. Gary Gray Milner 770-358-7452
ADGA Nigerian dwarf goats for sale. www.southernoaks.doodlekit.com Greg Albritton Barnesville 770-550-4685
ADGA reg. Nubian goats, bucks, does, bottle babies and milkers, spotted or soids. Brad Clotfelter Baxley 912-307-7015 912278-6424
ADGA registered Nubian buck, 2 1/2 years old, proven breeder, selling to prevent inbreeding, $150. Barry Smith Norman Park 229-769-3541

Babydoll Southdown ram and lamb available, registered with Mock healthy friendly and tame. Tammy Hollingshead Hiawassee 706-781-9159
Beautiful 8 month old billies traditional color, can be registered, very nice stock, $100-$250. Cathy Willis Zebulon 770-228-4457
Beautiful Pygmy goats for sale- new babies and possibly pregnant females. Louie Estep Newnan 770-301-4449
Boer Goats, 2 does 10 months. ML. Harrington Macon 478-960-0912 478-745-3707
Boer/Kiko does $200, Boer doeling $150, 2 Red Boer bucklings, $200, 3 wethers 5080lbs. Steven Dowling Jesup 912-588-9028
Cute baby Pygmy goats, all colors, ready to be weaned week of Christmas. Sandy Killgo Metter 912-685-3523
Dorper cross sheeps adult females, $180 $185 no papers. Alberto Madrigal Talmo 706983-2011
Free to good home- two male miniature goats, fixed and great with kids, call anytime after 8am to 9pm. Marshall Jones McDonough 678-578-9094
Friendly 1.5 year old ram sheep, Alpine babydoll mixed white, $200. Shereen Crowley Milner 678-468-1051
Large Boer billy for $200 or will trade for female Boers. Chris Woodward Williamson 770-833-5538
Male and female Nigerian Pygmy goats- to a good home, $150 for the pair. Jesus Meana Woodstock 678-494-1742 404-713-5854
Mini Oberhaslis, bottle babies, born Oct 27, high dairy production, super friendly, mid sz., christmas babies, standard size. John Alex Danielsville 312-342-0734
Nigerian Dwarf buckling, black with moon spots, ADGA registered, bottle fed, disbudded, $250. Christy ONeal Nicholson 706-757-3760
Nigerian Dwarf goat herd: one billy, 3 does and several small billies $500 for all. Jerry Simpson Waycross 912-285-7122
Nigerian Dwarfs, all colors, nannies and billies, great companions, please call for price between 5 pm and 9 pm. Larry Pirkle Dawsonville 706-216-2954
Old English Babydoll sheep (small breed), rams, wethers, lambs, 1 ewe, $150-$300, some mock registered. Melissa McMann Winder 770-868-0798
Pair of Jacobs 3 yr., black male and 2 yr., black and white ewe pregnant, $500,1 giant ram, $300. Monier Mamou Covington 678755-6064
Pure bred Nubian buck, dark red with sliver ears, 9 months old, $100. Kenneth Wood Hampton 770-946-8619
Pygmy Boer breeding buck 3 yrs., $75, Katahdin- Dorper breeding ram, $200. Susan Cobb Cedartown 404-218-1615
Reg. Oberhasli doe, 8 months, $300. Edith McMichael Monticello 706-468-2442
Saanens: ADGA reg & unreg. excellent bloodline, CDTs/wormed, disease- free. Rebecca Didocha villa Rica 770-456-8052
Seven goats two bucks three does one buckling one doeling, $220, will sell separately. George matoy Fort valley 478-825-8288
Shetland bred ewes for lambs in March, dark brown and cream colors. Jay Burleigh Douglasville 404-483-1345
Shetland ram, 4/6/11, black with white blazed face, legs, tail, super friendly- NASSA registered $350/ non-registered $200. Wanda Clark Commerce 706-335-5015
Texas Genemaster herd sire Boer billy goat, good stock $225. Steve Gore Tallapoosa 770-574-2829
Two ABGA and IBGA Boer Show Bucks, one paint, one tradtional, great bloodline, must see, will improve any herd. Zack Lumpkin Dalton 706-537-4542
Two Boer does 9 months, one paint & one white with brown patches. ML. Harrington Macon 478-745-3707 478-960-0912
Two Nigerian Dwarf nannies to keep horse company, young, friendly, used to halter, registered milk producers. Kaye Thorp Athens 706-546-6936
Wool sheep and Angora goats for sale, $75 to $175. Tina Evans Taylorsville 770-324-4380
Equine For Sale
If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call Andrea Stephens at 404-6519081 or 404-651-9082.
All equine advertised in the Market Bulletin must have had a negative Coggins test within past 12 months. Negative reports are valid for 12 months from the sample date. A copy of this test report must accompany the ad each time it is submitted or the notice will be returned to the advertiser. For this reason, generalized ads (i.e., many horses, varieties to choose from, others, etc.) cannot be accepted. Buyers are urged to request verification of a negative Coggins test before purchasing any equine. Any falsification of Coggins tests can result in fines and/or suspension of advertising privileges in the Market Bulletin. This regulation also applies to equine advertised in the "At Stud" and "Boarding" categories of the quarterly equine editions.
'00 Reg. black Arabian gelding, broke hunter discipline NV Congo Bey Shah X Ladies First Tornado, $3500. Raymond Watts Macon 478-743-6692
2 Thoroughbreds mare, beautiful chestnut w/markings, 16hds, broodmare, riding prospect, good manners, must liquidate, $1400 obo. G. Gibson Atlanta 678-595-2790
2000 AQHA mare with 20 pts, producer of halter ROM, futurity winners, and Ga. state Champion halter mare. Connie Walker Pearson 912-422-8100 912-422-3982
2003 Rockymtn., gelding, 15hds, good trail horse with smooth gaits, beginner friendly, $2500. Kathleen Haulbrook Ochlocknee 229941-5833

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4 Horses-Handsome 4yr.gelding. Haflinger/ Morgan, not broke, make offer. 15 yr paint pony mare/reg. wonderful some reg./all beautiful, $200/up. Emily Black Appling 706541-9753
American warmblood, mare reg. 16h, bay, jumps 3', hunter/jumper/dressage use, ultra sweet ladies rose, $6500. L. Abrams Milner 770-228-3865
AMHR 2009 Light Grullo filly 34" sweet, handled daily, best offer. H. Wyrosdick Dahlonega 706-867-9073
Appaloosa gelding, great trail horse, very willing, gray with spots, good kid horse, $650. Jim Boynton Newnan 770-853-4580
AQHA '98 mare 15.1 hds, nice bloodlines, loves kids, great family horse, used in therapeutic program, $1500 neg. Julie Souza Williamson 770-884-3518
Dartmoor pony 17 yrs old, $4000, jumps, trails, foxhunts; POA 22 yrs old, $500, trail rides. Lyndel Pettis Brooks 770-262-5449
KMH/RMH mare, 4 yr old, exceptional bloodlines, choc w/flax mane/tail,15.1 hands, very sweet, $3500 eve/wknd. Angie Henley High Shoals 706-769-3283 706-540-4031
Miniature donkey gray w/ cross jenny, $750. Lamar Bryant Cleveland 706-865-3832
Miniature donkey jack 3 yrs. old, sorrel, show quality, reg. microchipped, $300 obo. HT. Lyon Rayle 770-891-3939
Miniature donkey; dark gray female; 7 months old. Michael Bruton Cartersville 770608-2366
Miniature donkeys- baby jack, $300, breeding gurd donkey, 4300, jenny, $400$500, buy one get one free. Bill Wray Perry 478-825-1297
Miniature horse 25 inch blue roan pinto colt, AMHA reg. 7 months, $500. Janice Wilkes Athens 706-207-9366
Pasture guard donkey, companions, breeders. very gentle, super at guarding livestock. Sandra Smith Covington 770-7866227
reg. paso finos, beautiful, healthy, gentle, 4 and 8 yrs old, $1600 each, to a good home. Charles Wellham Statham 678-764-5097
Registered 10 y.o. Haflinger pair, draft horses, 14 hds, $4500. pictures at bottomstreefarm.com Dennis Bottoms Cumming 770-889-5235 404-538-0493
Tennessee Walking Horse, 6 yr, gelding, bay, approximately 15.2, fast walk, racks, experienced rider. Patrice Haskins Loganville 770-616-2177
TWH gelding 14 yrs, 15.2 hds, used in theraputic riding program, $1000. Donna Washburn Hampton 404-285-3279
Poultry/Fowl For Sale
If you have any questions regarding ads in this category, call Andrea Stephens at 404651-9081 or 404-651-9082.
Any person engaged in buying live poultry of any kind for resale, or in selling live poultry of any kind bought for the purpose of resale, must be licensed by the Georgia Department of Agriculture. Possessing such a license does not by itself disqualify an individual from advertising poultry in the Market Bulletin; however, advertisers should note that all livestock (which includes poultry), must have been in possession of the advertiser for a minimum of 90 days or, in the case of chicks, ducklings, etc., must have been raised by the advertiser before offering them for sale in the Market Bulletin. Mallard ducks must be at least three generations from the wild before they can be advertised in the Market Bulletin. Advertisers must include this information in notices submitted for publication.
'07 pair Burmese Java peacocks, $500; other 2009, 2008, 2007 peacocks available. Terry Elmore Macon 478-361-3468
'11 Royal Palm turkeys; Red Golden, Yellow Golden & Elliots pheasants; 2 male Ringneck pheasants. Dennis Rich Barnesville 678603-3777
1 Chocolate Tom Turkey for sale $25. Clark Findley Box Springs 706-326-2186
11 Pheasants- bantams, peafowl, pigeons, cage birds, more sell/trade. Danny Ryals Milledgeville 478-452-8497 478-804-3868
2 1/2 yr. Black shoulder male, $100, 1 1/2 yr. India Blue male, $50. Jack Jenkins Harlem 706-556-3261
20 Turkeys - 8 mos old - $25 ea. Paul Durham Hampton 678-477-6701
200 turkeys- Bronze, Blue Slate, Royal Palm; 175 pheasants-Blueback Ringneck, Green, Red-Yellow Golden. John Herndon Grayson 404-697-7179
2010 RIR and White Leghorns Hens, $10 ea, laying good, no calls after 9pm. Sherrie Liford Canton 770-479-9845
2011 African Harlequin quail (similar to Button quail), Temminck's tragopans, Swinhoe's pheasants. Kevin Daft Decatur 404-325-9969
24 Dominicker hens, 1 rooster, $10 ea, just started laying brown eggs, mixed bantams, $2 each. Gemell Thomson Thomson 706-5955837
3 Male peacocks $60 each, 2 male mallard ducks over 3rd generation, $10 each, call before 8 p.m. Miriam Wheeler Covington 770-787-1814
7 Royal Palm Turkey for sale: asking $20 OBO. Holly Harkins Suches 706-747-5070
Americana roosters 9 mos., 1 golden, 1 black-white, near W R Air Base, healthy raised free range. Ken Raynor Bonaire 478-9527227 478-923-1243
Assorted gentle Roosters $4; and 7 mo. old hens $10, will be good layers, 3-9 pm. Lisa Caron Danielsville 706-208-1070

Auracana, R.I.R., Wyandottes, Cochins, Show Quality O.E., Doves, others. Randy Shoemake Carrollton 678-796-9222
Baby chicks, RIR, Buff Orpington, Delaware, Professional Sexed, we have specials, we ship. bobsbiddies@live.com Bob Berry Ray City 229-455-6437
Bantams: Siver Duckwing, Red Pyle, few Khaki Campbell ducks. Dwayne Beard Royston 706-245-5736
BB. OE Game chickens for sale $5 each. Therman Bowers Danielsville 706-795-2614
Birchen Marans hatching eggs for sale: 1/2 dozen is $30, and one dozen is $50, $15 shipping charge. Tyler Minix Senoia 770-5996013 678-595-8645
Black Giant and Buff Orpington roosters, 4 1/2 months old, $12. Lee Whitt Montezuma 478-472-2260
Black silkie cockerel, 5 months old, very pretty, $10. Donna Staton villa Rica 770-3178303
Black-tail Buff Japanese bantams pairs, $25. V. T. Batchelor Barnesville 770-358-2664
Blue Jersey Giants, Russian Orloffs, O Shamo, Malay, Belgian D'uccles, Dan Powell Brahmas, Seramas, Old Eng Game Bantams. Mandy Meyer Rome 706-766-8171
Blue Splash Marans great show chickens & eggs, $20; Black Copper Marans for sale. Jerry Young Manchester 706-249-0818 706573-5363
Bobwhite and Coturnix quail eggs, $60/100, $130/500, $245/1000, stricklandgamebird.com. Willie Strickland Pooler 800-282-5852
Bronze turkeys breeding stock, Toms 35lbs to 45lbs, pairs $125, Muscovy ducks, $10 and $12. Bedford Woodard Dalton 706-581-5926
Bronze turkeys, 6-7 months old, cheap. John Johnson Milledgeville 478-363-9681 478-452-7015
Buff Orpington roosters 8 mths, $6 ea., fresh eggs $2 dozen, Buff chicks straight run $2.50. Chet Cox Tarrytown 912-529-6715
Buff Orpington, 9 hens and 1 rooster $5 each, 4-5 year. Jeshua Moore Monroe 770207-4500
Cornish-cross dinner hens $20, Rhode Island Red layers $25, Black Australorp trio $50 hens $20. WhiteLeghorn layers $20. Judith McFarland Austell 678-230-8080
Cuckoo Marans and French Black Copper Marans, roosters and hens $15 each. Raymond Bailey McDonough 404-379-9802
Dominicker, Buffs now laying. Bantams 3 kinds, Pheasants yellow gold, silvers, swinhoe, Guineas grown $8 each. Gerald Hayes Flowery Branch 770-967-3877
Dominique and Dom/Buff Orp crosses. Hens and Rooster, Approx 6 months old. $6 each. Reagan Beck Forsyth 478-957-9669
Ducks for sale: Rouen, Marked with color pattern as Mallards, $15 grown, 5 or more $12 each. Joel Keys Ranger 706-334-6999
Ducks, Khaki Campbells, Indian Runners, 10 ea, RIR red and black Sex Link chickens, $10 ea. Kenneth Buffington Royston 706245-9706
Emden, African, and Toulouse geese for sale, $20 each. Vicki Freimuth Bishop 706310-9042
Free 3 mild mannered young roosters. Dark Brahma, Aracauna, and Barred Rock. Mike Ross Hiram 770-378-0938
Free Chickens- 1 rooster and 11 hens. must take all. Kenneth Bryan Carnesville 706-3622911
Free- 12 racing pigeons abandoned in our neighborhood, beautiful birds need a good home. Leslie George Jefferson 706-318-5448
Game chickens, from proven brood stock, Leiper Hatch, Richardson Greys,Yellow Leg Hatch, Stags, Pullets, Hens. John Beard Nicholson 706-757-3993
Game fowl for sale: Law grays, Leipers and Jimmy East Green leg hatch. Daniel Vickery Royston 706-436-6567
Game fowl: BB Reds, Greys, Hatches, 8 months old. Joey Rutledge Conyers 770-9905131 404-392-7027
Game fowl: Flarrey Eye grays, Mugs, Sid Taylors, Hatch and Kelso. Paul Bond Royston 706-245-7541
Game fowl: for sale- Greys Roundheads, call for prices. Chase Willliams Buena vista 229-314-9712
Game fowl: Kelsos, Hatch, Roundheads, Greys, Sid Taylors, Asils, & Doms, Pure & mixed $30/up. Clarence Clay Macon 478474-3109 478-335-3785
Game fowl: pure WhiteHackle, Sid Taylor, YL Hatch, and Grey; also have crosses and lots of hens. T. Lilley Jeffersonville 478-9456139
Game fowl: Two Sweater Grey Stags and Pullets, One Pair Oak Grove Hatch, one Ruble Stag. Demus Bryant Canton 770-7202939
Game: Gray roosters/hens, Clarets, Sid Taylors, Brown Reds, Hatch, many more, call anytime. Russell Griffin Gainesville 770-2410328 770-532-8447
Game; 5k sweaters young trios; also black roundhead, serious callers only. Tony Ruiz Griffin 770-780-3107
Gamefowl for sale: Blueface hatch, roundheads, regular grays, crosses. Pairs/ trios avail. Lee Townsend Elberton 706-2138782
Gamefowl: Hatch, Greys, Roundhead, Sweater, Clariet, Butcher, Chet, Kelso, Mug, Asil grades, all ages. Roger Dalton Winder 678-863-2133
Geese, Pilgrims, Hardy American homestead breed, 2011 hatched trio for $50. Kathy Presley Lawrenceville 404-408-4216
Guineas young adults, $10 each, or trade for turkeys or ducks. L. Pearson Hoschton 706-654-3364

Large Brown eggs, large blue eggs also available, $3/dozen; White Pekin Ducks-1 week old and up. Chris Gaddis Auburn 770403-0456
Large selection of heavy breed brown egg layer pullets, BSL, RIR, BR, Buff, Brahmas. Kenneth Potts Sylvester 229-392-3675
Laying Barred Rock pullets 7 months old, Cackle Hatchery, brown egg layers, $12 each. Dale Ricks Soperton 912-529-6446
Muscovy ducks $12 each. Bill Hatley Zebulon 678-588-9353
Muscovy Ducks $15. Virginia Penny Douglasville 678-575-7657 404-867-4247
OEGB: BB Reds, Silver, Fawn ducklings, Blues, Blacks, Creles, Splash, Whites, Spangles, Barred, Brassy backs & Dutch bantams. Ted Charles Douglasville 770-9426847
Partridge Rock bantams Spring hatch trio, $15, good looking bantams, can not ship. M. McWilliams Marietta 770-633-2469
Pekin Ducks, ready for your ponds. Brian Sturdy Dahlonega 706-865-9201
Pigeons special breed more than 20 pairs average $50 to $200 a pair. Mo Mouni Monroe 678-544-8180
Pigeons: white splash high flyer, also 40 roosters, first come first serve. Ben Cheloei Jackson 404-272-7423 478-992-9778
Production Reds, laying hens, roosters, Black Cornish Game, Splash OEG. Robert Chambers Flowery Branch 770-967-6422
Red Star Sex-Link, 22 laying hens, 6 mo old, $15 each. Terry McClure Milledgeville 478-456-0624
RIR pullets Murray McMurray Hatched August 11, starting to lay, $15. Cecil Nabors Conyers 770-483-3067
RIR young healthy laying hens, $15 each. Mingo Gonzales Conyers 770-402-9003
Several young roosters, and a couple of hens, $1 ea. Benny Epps Tunnel Hill 706-673-9442
Silkie roosters mixed colors $5, hens $20. Laura Bishop Crandall 706-264-6764
Sizzles, Frizzles, Bantam Cochin, Silkies & Serama chicks avail., occasional adults avail., email for pics & prices. www.wix.com/thefunnifarm423/main J. Edwards Buford 678977-1222
Speckled Sussex rooster, $10 Buff brahma rooster, $10, beautiful friendly birds. Angela Dyer Conyers 925-301-6257
Three black sex-link pullets beginning to lay, $40/all. George Archer Griffin 770-227-7332
Turkey and dark brown Cornish hens. Elaine Johnson Atlanta 404-287-9524
Turkeys $25 ea., Guineas $10 ea., Columbian Wyndotte bantam $25 pr., Geese, $40 pr. Townley Wilson Rayle 770-601-3612
Turkeys: Three toms, six hens, Heritage bred Narragansett & Bronze adults, raised free range, no steroids. James Hudson Austell 678-910-3183
Young roosters, $2, brown egg hens, $10, clean legged bantams. Pat Climon Canton 770-616-7549
Poultry/Fowl Requiring
Permit/License
If you have questions regarding this category, call Shavonne Smith at 404-6519081 or 404-651-9082.
Advertisements for bobwhite quail must be accompanied by a copy of the advertiser's commercial quail breeders license. Since this is a state protected bird, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources requires anyone selling bobwhite quail to have this license. For license information, write: LBRU COMMERCIAL LICENSE, 2065 US Highway 278 SE, Social Circle, GA 30025-4743.
Bobwhite quail, flight conditioned, now available for the 2011-2012 season, call for pricing. Rembert Hancock Fairmount 404376-0550 706-337-5711
Bobwhite quail, flight conditioned. Roy Peterson Ideal 478-949-5842
Bobwhite quail, weather and flight conditioned, ready for 2011 and 2012. Gene Clark Buena vista 706-575-7848
Bobwhite quail, weathered and flight conditioned, R&R Quail Farm. Floyd Comeaux Griffin 770-229-3917 770-861-3831
Bobwhite quail, weathered and flight conditioned, Southern Quail. Luis Dutra Sharpsburg 770-318-9965
Bobwhite recycled breeders, fully feathered, never caged, $2.50/quanity pricing, also 2011 flight birds. Darrel Sandstedt Waynesboro 706-554-4051
Georgia Bobwhite quail, weather conditioned and flight ready, accepting orders now for 2011-12 season. Myra Brown Cataula 706-322-3404
Jumbo Wisconsin quail, ready for hunting, $3.50 each. David McCurley Colbert 706540-3864 706-788-3433
Jumbo Wisconsin-Bobwhite quail, eggs: $50/100; $192/600; $290/1000; flight yearround,mead5345@wadleyquailfarm.com. Raymond Meadows P.O. Box 338 Wadley 30477 478-252-5345
Poultry/Fowl Wanted
Looking for Black Giants and Araucana pullets. Vickie Hogan 153 Geo Drive Clarkesville 30523 706-768-5441
Looking for pairs of Cinnamon Teal or Ring Teal ducks, email me at bigtater4x@ hotmail.com. Charlie Townsend Macon 278258-9930
Purebred Allen Roundhead cock w/2 hens; stag Trio rooster, red/black pea comb white on tail; hens, yellow pea comb/legs. Vernon Murphy Cornelia 706-778-5072
Purebred bantams, white King pigeons, white Fantail pigeons, RIR chickens. Ben Cox vienna 229-322-6454

Butter Pecan Coffee Cake 1 cup sugar 2 cups all-purpose flour 3 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon salt 1/3 cup butter, softened 1 egg 1 cup milk

Topping 1/2 cup coarsely chopped Georgia pecans 2 tablespoons butter, softened 1/4 cup light brown sugar 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Sift sugar, flour, baking powder and salt into large bowl of electric mixer. Add butter, egg, and milk. Beat at medium speed for 2 minutes. Pour batter into greased and floured 9-inch baking pan. Combine topping ingredients in a small bowl; stir with a fork to combine. Sprinkle over batter. Bake for 35 to 40 minutes or until wooden pick inserted in center comes out clean.

Lynda Hopkins

All recipes have been tested for accuracy by Georgia Department of Agriculture home economists unless otherwise indicated.
The Market Bulletin has received a number of requests for more "healthy" recipes (low or no sugar, low fat, etc.). Our office receives recipes for cakes, pies and other desserts, but not many for entrees or side dishes utilizing GeorgiaGrown fruits and vegetables. If you have any such recipes you would like to share with our readers, send them to: Georgia Cooking, Market Bulletin, 19 MLK Jr. Drive SW, Atlanta, GA 30334-4250. If you have questions or problems regarding recipes featured in this column, call 1-800-282-5852 (toll-free statewide). Please do not contact the individual who submitted the recipe.

Want young, healthy Mute swan, may be Show quality Boer or Boer/Kiko goats under

male or female. Verleen Flaig Canton 770- 1yr, or info on soon to be born goats. Meredith

205-2760

Walker Conyers 404-769-5618

small starter herd of Boer goats, need bred

ALTERNATIvE

does and starter buck. Joe Webb McDonough 678-986-2048

LIvESTOCK

Want rabbits, lionheads etc, also chickens, birds all kinds. Arabella Klein Shiloh 706-905-

If you have questions regarding this 7797

category, call Shavonne Smith at 404-651- Want to buy a team of Morgan horses,

9081 or 404-651-9082.

broke to pull a wagon. Pat Harden Dublin

The Alternative Livestock category 478-484-0271

contains ads for ratites (ostriches, rheas, Want to buy Holstein/Jersey bottle and emus) as well as other "non- calves Ricky Broome Summerville 706-844-

traditional" livestock.

8808

Alpaca herd, prize winning bloodline, 4 Well trained gelding, 15+ hands for 4H

males, 3 females, 2 crias, $5k firm, serious hunter jumper shows and for girl to love.

inquiries only. Virginia Morast Bowdon 770- greencolleen@bellsouth.net Colleen Waldrip

686-5886

Clermont 770-983-0601 770-540-8172

Alpacas for sale, Larry@Destiny-

Alpacas.com. Larry Dietsch Young Harris 706-379-2361

LIvESTOCK HANDLING

Appaloosa llamas, male and females, $300 If you have questions regarding ads in this

up, show or guardian trained. Ken Hatley category, call Andrea Stephens at 404-651-

Barnesville 770-358-1300

9081 or 404-651-9082.

Female and male llamas, registered, dewormed, friendly, $250 and up, michelle@ oakleaf-farms.com. Michelle Cumbie Monticello 404-455-8797

1 horse or mule wagon, good body condition, and great wheel conditon, asking $1200. Larry Moon Conyers 770-922-5157
1 My-D Han-D cattle chute head catcher,

Alternative Livestock Requiring Permit/License

automatic closing, $175, works yearlings and cows. Earl Maupin Hahira 229-794-8184
14 ft. open top stock trailer, good condition,

If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call Shavonne Smith at 404-6519081 or 404-651-9082.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources regulates many exotic animals, including most hoofed stock except llama and buffalo. However, upon compliance with applicable state regulations, a deer farming license for the commercial production of meat and fiber is available for the following species: fallow deer, axis deer, sika deer, elk, red deer, reindeer, and caribou. For more information on the deer farming license, contact the Georgia Department of Agriculture at (404) 6563667. For information on licenses of other species of hoofed stock (except llama and

escape door, $750. Cal Till Thomaston 706648-9197 770-296-8036
14 in. Dakota Barrel saddle, black w/silver, used twice, matching headstall, never used, $450 OBO. Julie Phillips Rome 706-290-4110
16", dark oil, semi-quarter horse bars Billy Royal western saddle, Silver, excellent condition, $890. Dinah Peevy Tallulah Falls 478-456-1071
18' gooseneck livestock trailer, back gate slides/opens, center gate, $1500 or trade for pull- behind/of equal value. Rose Hill Warrenton 706-465-2264
1993 Sooner 4-horse Aluminum stock combo/4 horse trailer. small dressing room, rubbber lined wall and floor $6900 OBO. Mike Holder vienna 229-322-1051

buffalo), contact the Georgia Department 1999 CM Dover gooseneck horse trailer,

of Natural Resources Special Permit Unit extended, awning, 3 horse, slant load, ac,

at (770) 761-3044. Individuals submitting $6500 OBO. Janet O'Connor Thomson 706-

advertisements to buy and sell regulated 831-0313 706-595-3715

hoofed stock in the Market Bulletin must 2 Portable Stall fronts with sliding doors, provide a photocopy of the appropriate center partition and feed lazysusan: hay/feed,

license with their ad.

Galvanized steel, $1200. Judi Murphy

Acworth 678-429-9586

LIvESTOCK WANTED 2 Western saddles, 15" $350, 12" $75, 2 Australian saddles,19" $550, 17" $350. Becky

If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call Andrea Stephens at 404-6519081 or 404-651-9082.
Items listed in the Livestock Wanted category must be for specific livestock; for instance, "want 3 or 4-yr. old quarter horse gelding, approx. 16 hds., suitable for moderately experience rider." Generalized ads, such as "want horses, any amount," are not acceptable for publication; neither are ads for free or unwanted livestock.
2 or 3 yr. old, half Hereford half Santa Gertrudis bulls and heifers. Robin Auldrige Blythe 706-825-2544
A young breeding age Lamancha billy,

Arrendale Franklin 678-633-8578
2 Western saddles, Simeo 15" seat, 2 bridles and Martingale, $300, R&R 15" seat, light black/silver, $500. S. Pryor Rosewell 770-993-1596
2001 3 horse slant Dakota b/p horse trailer, saddle, bridle, blanket included, $3500. Vicki Smith Hiram 770-943-1603 770-265-9493
2002 Sooner alum, 6h converter, to 4 horse living quarters, appliances, ramp tires, awning, lg shower, etc, $2350. Buddy Holt Royston 706-201-7000
2003 Exiss sport 4 horse GN with dressing area, rubber mats, good tires and rear tack like new, $13,250. David Brown Cusseta 706580-9952

within 100 miles of Thomasville. Gerald 2004 Trail-let 2h BP horse trailer, aluminum,

Edwards Thomasville 229-226-7263

fully enclosed, ramp, mats, fully insulated,

Dorper ewes wanted; also 3 black ewes; very good condition, $6500. Becky Morris

lambs are okay as well, but females only. Newnan 678-416-5444

Jacobs Farm Warrenton 706-465-3866

2005 Merhow aluminum 2 horse bumper

Llamas, goats, ducks & other birds, good pull, 2 axle, 7'6" tall, excellent condition,

farm home. Sheryle Klein Shiloh 706-905- hardly used, $8500. F. Scoggins Americus

7798

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2009 Bee, 3H GN LQ, 4'SW, 7H, awning, walk thru, rear tack, sink, shower, range, micro, $16,500 M. Mastrogiovann Conyers 770-388-9891
Cart for miniature horse 34" and smaller, wood and wire wheels, burgundy, Amish made, unused, $500. S. Stamps Dahlonega 678-313-4128
Covered cattle trailer, 15'L x 5'W with middle gate, good condition, $1400. Glenn Hopper Rabun Gap 706-746-2217
Custom built dual axle livestock trailer- 16 feet total- enclosed 12.5x6.5x4-sheep, goats or hogs, $3500. Milledge Newton Hahira 229794-3456
Eli Miller black western plantation saddle, very good condition. 16" seat, $450. Jackie Bohler Williamson 770-228-7564
Horse shoeing stocks heavy duty all metal construction wood floor, good condition, $500. Matt Gardner Concord 770-550-2458
Hydraulic squeeze chute , made by Trojan, completely reconditioned, excellent $6500. Larry Maney Baldwin 706-244-4348
McClellan saddle 1990's TWH bits, headstall, stirrup covers. John Merritt Covington 770-655-0201
Saddles for sale 16" Tucker Endurance (English cut) $1200; & 16" American saddle endurance, $900. like new. Sandra Fryer Jackson 770-775-1123
Self catching head gate, $325. Leroy Hurst Dewy Rose 404-863-1901
Spring wagon for sale, $800. D.L. Fortner Dahlonega 678-491-0838
Sundowner bumper pull 2 horse trailer, excellent condition, can email pics. doubledurango@bellsouth.net John Cassara Loganville 678-523-2256
Two horse BP, tack compartment, new paint, good floor, $850 obo. Dan Williams villa Rica 770-833-7017
Two Horse trailer- Merhow-2000. Bumper pull, 7ft, dressing room, white good condition, $4000. Nancy Stocks Crawford 706-7433316
WW livestock corral: panels, bow gates, tub, alley, loading chute $6675, 2 squeeze chutes, $800. Ben Newton Lyons 912-5657040 912-585-1842
RABBITS
If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call Andrea Stephens at 404-6519081 or 404-651-9082.
4 Mixed rabbits, 6 wks old, $15 for all 4. Earl Beasley Avera 706-547-2890
Baby rabbits White NZW/Californian Born 11/6/11 $10 each. Diane Oxford Covington 770-464-2988
Baby rabbits, California/New Zealand White with black/gray ear, nose and tail tips, $10 each. Catalina Kovac Hull 706-788-9756
Breeding does and bucks and pet bunnies, call for availability and pricing all week from 9am-5pm please. Lenny Stevenson Atlanta 404-867-9525
Christmas bunnies for sale cute, taking orders now, for pickup near Toccoa. Leslie Bone Eastanollee 706-779-5489
Cute mixed baby rabbits 6wks old, all colors small breed. Louise Cole Culloden 478-9943370
Flemish Giant bunnies, $8 each. Bobby Mini farm Wrens 706-547-0160
Flemish giants purebred $35, NZW, $10 up. Latricia Weatherford Lagrange 706-616-4479
Lion Head Rabbits 6 weeks old, several colors. just in time for Christmas. Polly Pickard LaFayette 423-595-2426
Lion head rabbits for sale. David Stahl Meansville 648-524-0306
Lots of bunnies to choose dwarfs, Lionheads, Floppies, Fuzzy Lops, and mixed bunnies some breeding stock available. Angela Jackson Guyton 912-428-4731
Must Sell Californian rabbits Approximately 23. Cathy Pettyjohn Martin 770-366-5738 706-779-5174
New Zealand rabbits (red & white) pedigreed New Zealands, show, companion or consumption, bucks $40 does $50. Lance Adams Ellijay 706-669-0595
New Zealands, dwarf lop Hollands reg., other large and dwarfs, $20 and $40, dwarf hotots reg. Anita Lindsey Griffin 770-4126368 678-514-5290
San Juan rabbits 6 wks old $6 ea, NZW 6 wks old $6 ea. Louis Tompkins Danielsville 706-789-2414
San Juan Runner rabbits, all ages, reducing stock, does and bucks for sale. Wendell Cole Carrollton 770-832-8786
San Juans with swamp, Flemish giant, Holland Lops, Mini Lionheads, Mini Rex, dwarfs, NZW, Christmas bunnies. Lori Smith Bowdon 770-809-4668
Tiny Netherland Dwarf, Dwarf Holland Lop, Dwarf Hotot and Lion Head bunnies. hanngray@bellsouth.net. Ann Gray Milner 770-468-3330
FEED, HAY AND GRAIN
If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call Shavonne Smith at 404-6519081 or 404-651-9082.
All hay ads must contain the variety of hay offered for sale; i.e., Coastal bermuda hay, Alicia hay, etc.
$35, '11 4x5 Tift 44/Bermuda hay, in field, net wrapped, limed and fertilized, quantity discounts. Steve Taunton Hahira 229-794-1066
$35, 4x5 2011 large rolls, mixed Fescue/ Orchard grass hay, fertilized, rain free, in barn. Jimmy Leatherman Carrollton 770-8348333

$40 per roll, 4x4.5 Coastal, horse quality, in barn. Hugh Chancey 70 Chancey Drive Folkston 31537 912-276-0359 912-276-2078
$50, 4x5 rolls, 2011 Ryegrass, net wrapped, fertilized, in barn, horse quality. W. Glover Griffin 770-599-9806
$50, Bermuda hay, 4x5 net wrapped roll, in barn, horse quality. Terry Stephenson Commerce 706-207-5279
'11 Alicia hay, horse quality, fertilized, weed free and barn kept, square bales, $4 each. Scott Lynch Waynesville 912-266-4755
'11 Alicia hay, square bales, well fertilized, rain free, kept in barn. Robert Maloney Hoboken 912-458-3030
'11 Alicia, 4x5 rolls, $35 ea., limed, fertilized, no sprays, you pickup, you load. Wally Brannen Claxton 912-536-3525
'11 Bermuda/Fescue, large rolls or sq. bales, horse quality, kept in barn, can deliver. Jay Townsend Monroe 678-618-6992
'11 Coastal Bermuda hay, large sq. bales, sheltered, $5-$5.50. Walter Davis Haddock 478-932-1020
'11 Coastal hay, highly fertilized, good cow hay, 600 rolls, 4x5, approx. 100 lbs., $40. F. Montgomery Junction City 706-269-3270 706-366-1956
'11 Coastal, Russell, 4x6 JD net wrapped, 1000 lbs., stored in barn, horse quality, $60, can deliver. William S Stevens Gray 478-2141257
'11 Coastal/Bermuda, horse hay, quality guaranteed, fert., UGA soil/specs., 4x5 rd./sq. bales in barn, del./stack in barn available. Olin Trammell Forsyth 478-994-6463 478-960-7239
'11 Fescue Bermuda, horse quality, limed/fert., rain free, 4x5 net wrapped, $45; cattle, $35; square, $5. Neil Brasington Buchanan 770-617-5393
'11 Fescue mix, sq., horse qlty, $4.50; 4x5 rolls, $40; cow hay sq., $2.75; 4x5 rolls, $25. Ricky Anderson Taylorsville 404-402-8470 404-402-8470
'11 Fescue square bales, horse quality, rain free, barn stored, delivery 20 miles, $4. Larry Harkins Blairsville 706-897-9353
'11 horse quality Bermuda, Orchard, Fescue blend, fert. & sprayed, rd. & sq. bales, some delivery. Lewis Stogner Menlo 770-2352480
'11 horse quality, Bermuda; also, cow, goat, and mulch hay, square bales only, delivery available, Monroe Co. Jimmy Waldrep Forsyth 478-994-0701
2011 4x5 rolls hay, Fescue, Fescue/ Johnson grass mix, and Bermuda, $20 and $25 per roll. Dell Bentley Buchanan 678-5251029 770-646-4064
2011 Alfalfa/Orchard grass, $5 bale, and other hay. Jerry Higdon Rossville 706-866-4999
2011 Alicia Bermuda small round rolls, approx. 450 lbs. each, well fertilized, local delivery available. Brad McDaniel Adel 229269-5980 229-896-2933
2011 Alicia Bermuda, 4x5 net rolls and square bales, sheltered, no weeds, horse quality. R. Wilson Waynesboro 706-551-6059
2011 Alicia Bermuda, 4x5 net wrapped rolls, $45/roll, delivery available. Steve Stipe Patterson 912-614-0869
2011 Alicia Bermuda, 4x5 rolls. Carol Sapp Morven 229-251-3904
2011 Alicia hay, large square bales, rain free, well fertilized, in barn. Charles West Waycross 912-282-6376 912-283-3184
2011 Bermuda & Bahia, 4x5 round, baled in Sept., $40/bale, will load. Jim Sibley 1415 Stribling Rd. Woodbury 30293 404-434-8081 770-941-0048
2011 Bermuda grass, 4x5 net wrapped rolls, 800-850 lbs., $60; Bermuda-Fescue mix, $50, delivery available. Claire Jenkins Athens 706-286-4438 706-613-1753
2011 Bermuda square bales, $6, rain free, barn kept; mixed grass, 4x5 rolls, $35; square bales, $2.50. Karen Nalewako Newnan 770630-6541
2011 Bermuda, Tift-44, or Cheyenne, $5/bale, well fertilized, barn kept, horse quality, delivery extra. Helmut Cawthon Rome 706-346-9064
2011 Bermuda/crabgrass mix, horse quality, square bales, weed/rain free, $4.75; Fescue/ Orchard grass mix, $3.50. Billy McAdams Bremen 770-646-3085
2011 Bermuda/Fescue hay mix, 4x5 rolls, horse quality, $45/roll, delivery available. Tommy Scoggins Dallas 404-732-6538
2011 Bermuda/Fescue/Johnson grass, 4x5 rolls of hay, $35/roll, delivery available. Tony Taylor 400 E. Deer Run Rd. Lavonia 30553 706-338-1329
2011 Cheyenne & Russell round & square bales in barn; Bermuda/Fescue round, in barn. Tim Addington Toccoa 706-599-3555
2011 Coastal and Fescue mixed, 5x6 bales and square bales. James Rutledge McDonough 678-372-6443
2011 Coastal Bermuda hay, 4x5 rolls, fertilized, covered. Donnie Martin Fort valley 478-396-2554 478-338-5109
2011 Coastal Bermuda hay, 4x5 rolls, net wrapped, stored in barn. Fred Sackett Butler 478-952-5399
2011 Coastal Bermuda hay, horse quality, $4/bale at barn, delivery available. Glenn Brinson 6482 Old Louisville Road Tarrytown 30470 912-288-5960
2011 Coastal Bermuda hay, square bales, stored in the barn, well fertilized and limed, horse quality. Raymond Bailey McDonough 770-957-4713
2011 Coastal Bermuda horse hay, excellent quality, large square bales, fert./limed, rain free, UGA tested. Lois O'Dillon CrawfordLexington 706-201-0108
2011 Coastal Bermuda square bales, $6.25/bale, well fertilized and limed, horse quality, delivery available. Jack McCracken Newnan 770-304-2487

2011 Coastal Bermuda square bales, well

fertilized, rain free, horse quality, $5 each, del.

avail. Clint Colley Metter 912-685-3087

2011 Coastal Bermuda, premium horse

hay, large square bales, forage tested,

fert/limed, rain free. Dan Evans Athens 706-

318-6136

2011 Coastal Bermuda, premium quality

horse hay, large square bales, fert./limed, rain

free. Tyler Evans Winterville 706-549-0937

2011 Coastal square bales; also, mixed

Fescue and Coastal mixed square bales.

Jane Rutledge Locust Grove 678-372-1976

2011 fertilized, sq. bales hay,

Timothy/Orchard mix, $6 at barn, delivery

available. C.C. Hemphill Blairsville 706-745-

4414

2011 Fescue hay rolls in barn, delivery

available. Tim Garmon Jefferson 706-367-

4775

2011 Fescue hay, 4x5 wrapped rolls, cow

quality, $25 per roll. Larry Lewallen Waleska

770-712-5910

2011 Fescue hay, good quality, $4 per bale,

at barn, Walton Co., call after 6 pm. Wade

Cown Monroe 770-207-6983

2011 Fescue hay, well maintained in barn,

$4 sq. bale. Howard Tanner Cedartown 770-

748-6628

2011 Fescue square bales, $4.50, horse

quality, well fertilized, rain free, limed,

sprayed, stored in barn. Al Blackburn

Dawsonville 770-401-2862

2011 Fescue square bales, in barn, $3.25.

Danny Little Felton 770-646-8708

2011 Fescue square bales, stored in barn,

$4.50. Mark Knaus Cleveland 706-969-8798

2011 Fescue, 4x5 rolls, 1000 lbs., horse

quality, in barn, rain free, fert., limed, sprayed,

$45 each. Richard Surles Clayton 770-301-

1924

2011 Fescue/Bermuda mixed hay, fertilized,

4x4 rolls, stored in field, $35, delivery

available. Jermaine Barlow Grantville 706-

302-7658

2011

Fescue/Bermuda,

$4.50;

Fescue/Arrowleaf clover, $4.50; round bales,

6x5, $45. Jim Robinson Good Hope 770-207-

4700

2011 hay, Coastal Bermuda, 4x5 rolls,

stored in barn, rain free, well fertilized, $29 per

roll. Jim Zellner Culloden 478-957-0908

2011 horse quality Rye/Fescue hay,

$3.75/bale. Mark Floyd Adairsville 678-986-

2126

2011 Millet hay, well fertilized, 4x5 round

bales, never rained on, $30 per bale. Bart

Miller, Jr. Williamson 770-228-6896 404-909-

1719

2011 Peanut hay, 4x5 rolls, net wrapped,

barn stored, $30. Darrell Skaling Barney 229-

305-7435

2011 Rye grass & summer grass, 5x5 round

bales, Morgan Co., near Madison. Frank

Eaton Buckhead 706-342-0727 706-474-

0689

2011 top quality, Fescue sq. bales, $3.25

each, rain free, in barn. Joe Bradley Canon

706-356-8295

202- 5X4 heavy rolls in barn,

Bahia/Bermuda Fescue, net wrapped, $42-

$45/roll. Bob Miller Greenville 706-672-4556

706-977-3062

4x4 rolls of Fescue hay (in the dry). Terry

Cagle Jasper 404-401-9682 770-735-2573

4x5 Bermuda/Coastal mix, barn kept, round

bales of hay. Joe Jordan Douglasville 678-

859-1781

4x5 rolls Coastal hay, well fert., weed free;

also, Russell Bermuda sq. bales, delivery

avail. Tietgen Edenfield Metter 912-687-2417

4x5 rolls, Fescue mix, horse quality, barn

stored, $35 each. Rodney Johnson

Tallapoosa 678-378-6562 770-574-7246

4x5 round bales, Bermuda, Rye & Fescue,

$40 per bale. Joseph Higginbotham, Jr. 1698

Flatwoods Rd. Elberton 30635 706-283-1204

4x5 round Bermuda mix hay, 2010 hay, $30;

2011 hay, $40. Ray Lambert McDonough

770-616-7714

Barn kept Fescue mix, 4x5 rolls. Travis

Kendrick Rockmart 770-324-3435

Bermuda hay, 4x5 rolls, net wrapped in barn, $35. J.R. Lane Odum 912-294-1955

Bermuda horse quality hay, 14,000 small

square 50 lb. bales, will deliver/ship, Heath Creek Farm. Gordon Kula Armuchee 319-

480-7300

Bermuda mixed hay, 4x5 net wrapped rolls, no delivery, pick up only. Steve Nunley

Adairsville 770-712-1118

Bermuda/Fescue round bales, $45; Fescue, $40; Bermuda square bales, $6,

sheltered, exc. quality. Sherrel Astin villa Rica

770-459-5013

Bermuda/mixed hay square bales, $3.50.

David Russell 1460 Ellison Pound Rd.

Woodland 31836 706-674-2824

Coastal Bermuda small square bales, $6,

will deliver. Marty Gladin Milledgeville 478-

456-3068

Coastal hay, 6x4, well fertilized, baled w/o

rain, call for pricing. Glynn Hartley Perry 478-

214-5373

Corn: fill your 55 gallon drum; Rye in 50 lb.

bags, call between 8:30-10:30 am. Harold

Thompson Augusta 706-733-7092 706-631-

8465

Cow quality hay, Fescue Bermuda mix, $35,

horse quality, $40 per bale, 4x5 bales, all

stored inside. David Smith Carrollton 404323-4622

Fescue hay, high quality 4x5 rolls, $30.

Jack Whidby Dahlonega 706-265-0623

Fescue mix square bales; also, Mulch hay,

square bales, not horse quality. Lamar Cox

Fayetteville 404-824-7569

Fescue Orchard mixed hay, horse quality,

square bale, $4; 4x5 roll, $35. Ken Cook

Blairsville 706-835-7565

Fescue, 4x5 rolls, cow hay, $25/roll; horse hay, $35/roll. Ricky Waters Dawsonville 706429-5243
Fescue/Bermuda mix, cow & horse quality, 4X5 rolls, dry, stored in barn. Jennifer Sosebee Clermont 770-540-4110
Fescue/Orchard grass; also, Bermuda/ Fescue mix, fertilized, rain free, sprayed. William Cargle Rome 706-235-1226
Fresh cut, horse quality, Russell Bermuda square bales. Norman Williams Millen 478982-9308
Good quality, well-fertilized Coastal/Fescue mix, 4x4 rolls, net-wrapped, $25 per roll, field; $35/roll, barn, will load. Jim Pierce Waverly Hall 706-582-3846 404-372-8631
Ground mixture of cottonseed, corn, and molasses for cow, horse, chicken, and goat feed. Jason Head 9131 Clearview Drive Covington 30014 678-209-5713
Horse hay, Coastal Bermuda, fertilized & weed free, square bale, $7. Ben Blatt Maysville 404-312-5131
Horse quality Bermuda hay, 5,000 square bales; 200 round Peanut hay bales. Paul Harris Odum 912-294-2470
Horse quality Coastal Bermuda, square or round bales, delivery available. Terry Embry Eatonton 706-485-9848
Horse quality hay, Fescue Orchard mix, 4x5 rolls, $35; square bales, $4. B. Collins Blairsville 706-781-5553
Large rd. bales, 6x4 Coastal Bermuda, 2011- 30 rolls; 2010- 90 rolls, $35/roll for all, you haul. Tommy Butler Dexter 478-984-8132
Orchard/Fescue grass hay, 4x5 round, $25, square, $3, delivery available. John Petrel 2682 Cantrell Road La Fayette 30728 706313-6628 706-397-8106
Premium 2011 Tifton 44, limed, fertilized, weed & crabgrass free, barn stored, $70/roll. Tim Hunter Conyers 770-483-8712 770-9226653
Quality Bermuda sq. bales, $5 per bale for 100 or more, delivery available. Art Herring valdosta 229-292-5482
Quality Coastal and Tift 85, rd. or sq., irrigated, will deliver. Kirk Little Lyons 912326-3512
Shelled yellow feed corn, wheat and oats, plus bags of corn. Robert Montgomery Reynolds 478-847-2356
Square bale mulch hay, stored in barn. Rick Huszagh Monroe 678-522-6560
Square bales in Monroe Co., 2011 Alicia, $6.50/bale. Joy Sanders LaGrange 706-3021376
Tift 44, horse quality hay, 120 bales left, $6/bale. Lee Jacobs Acworth 404-376-6380 770-924-7707
Tifton 44/Bermuda square hay, excellent quality for horses, $5 each. Paige Bullock Dallas 770-445-2107
Feed, Hay And Grain Wanted
Looking for barley, would buy a few barrels worth. Erin Labor Harlem 706-556-1080
Rolls of Peanut hay. Eric Moxley Ailey 912659-4109
Want wheat straw for mulch, w/in 50 mi. of Columbus, Ga., e-mail: kd4hxm@att.net. Rufus Burdett Fortson 706-327-8387
AG SEED FOR SALE
If you have questions regarding this category, call Shavonne Smith at 404-6519081 or 404-651-9082.
Advertisers of agricultural seed must submit a current state laboratory report (not more than 9 months old) for purity, noxious weeds and germination for each seed lot advertised. A seed lot must be uniform and not exceed 400 50-lb. bags. Laboratory reports will be returned upon request. Any ads for agricultural seed submitted for publication without this documentation will not be published. Licensed seed dealers cannot advertise seed in the Market Bulletin. Certain varieties of seed are protected from propagation unless they are grown as a class of certified seed. For example, wheat seed such as Florida 304, Coker 9152, Coker 9835 and soybean seed, such as Prichard and Benning, may not be propagated for sale unless the seed has been grown as a class of certified seed. Propagation of such seed is a violation of the Plant variety Protection Act and the Federal Seed Act. If you have questions regarding certified seed, call the Market Bulletin office or the Georgia Department of Agriculture Seed Division at (404) 656-5584.
Coker 227 Oats, 97% germination, $4.25/bu., bright and pretty seed. Wayne Montgomery Reynolds 478-837-2356
Fla 501 oats, clean, bulk only, germ., 93%, purity, 96.22%; annual rye grass, bulk only, germ., 97%. John Bullington Cordele 229273-3597
Rye seed, germ., 91%, pure seed, 98.97%, 56 lb. bags, $17. A.J. Bacon 3850 St. John Rd. Chauncey 31011
Ag Plants for Sale
If you have questions regarding this category, call Shavonne Smith at 404-6519081 or 404-651-9082.
Apple, peach, pear, plums, nectarines, $15; blueberries, blackberries, grapes, muscadines, $5. Robert Ray Canon 706-498-0274
Blackberry and blueberry plants, liners to 4 feet, $0.90 to $6, minimum to ship, $50, email: leisa71@bellsouth.net. Leisa Parker valdosta 229-506-1524
Blueberry plants, all sizes and shipping avail., large quantities; taking orders for fruit trees. Kelly Blizman Perry 478-955-6025
Blueberry plants, ready for fall planting, 1 gal., $1.50 each, Hi-Bush. SonShine Farms Waycross 912-590-4776 912-285-8861

Coastal and Russell Bermuda sprigs; also, custom planting statewide, references available, book early. Robert McNair Junction City 706-269-2563 706-575-5697
Coastal, Alicia, Russell, Tift 85, and Bermuda sprigs; also, custom planting. Mack McGee Glenwood 912-568-7379 229-8680262
Green sugar cane, $0.50/stalk, call 1st# after 6 pm nightly; call 2nd# Mon.-Sat., 8 am6 pm. Harold Barnes Douglas 912-384-7835 912-384-1479
Pomegranates, 1 gal. and up to fruting size, plants $10 and up. Sam Warbington Dacula 770-962-2454
Seed cane for fall planting, available now; call or email mafdailey@yahoo.com. Ray Freeman Dublin 478-272-1307
Sugar cane, Big red, Improved POJ for grinding, chewing, seed. Thomas Moore valdosta 229-249-8485 229-444-1946
Tif-Blue blueberry plants, $2 each, 3'-4' tall, taking order for February shipment, very nice, 2-3 years old. Sidney Roland Demorest 706754-6700
Two Early June variety peach trees, ready to bloom, 8 feet tall, $25 each; smaller trees, $2 each. William Going Forest Park 404-3661513
White multiplying onions, $7 qt. or $20 gal., plus shipping. Kimsey Black Braselton 770967-3095 770-561-1037
Wild Crabapple, $25; red Mulberry, wild Persimmons, $20; Swamp Chestnut, Swamp White Oak, $8; Sawtooth, $12. Jeff Chanclor Jesup 912-530-7022 912-294-5517
Ag Seed/Plants Wanted
I want to buy Pink Lady or Arkansas Black apple trees. Guy Green 1150 Doyle Rd. Cedartown 30125 706-235-0928
Looking for a Farley pecan tree seedling, an old variety tree. Vickie Hogan 153 Geo Drive Clarkesville 30523 706-768-5441
Looking for Garber pear trees in middle Ga. area. Gordon Giles Milledgeville 478-452-4870
Organic garlic bulbs. B.J. Godby vidalia 912-246-2775 912-537-1850
Want Black Diamond watermelon seed. B.E. Pittman Marietta 770-971-2411
Wanted: old fashioned Pekins okra seeds, approx. 3 tablespoons. Roy Wilson Covington 770-786-9328
Would like to have some old fashioned Georgia collards seeds. Roosevelt Prise Fort Gaines 229-254-0344
FLOWERS FOR SALE
If you have questions about this category, call Shavonne Smith at 404-651-9081 or 404651-9082.
Flower seed offered for sale has not been tested for germination since it often is collected in very limited quantities.
$1/pkg., w/SASE, purple coneflower seed. Hans Gruetzenbach 978 County Farm Rd. NE Dalton 30721
2011 flower seeds, tall orange Cosmos, fuschia 4 o'clocks, purple Angel trumpets, $1 pk. with LSASE. A. Folds 721 Costley Road LaGrange 30241
2011 seeds: Marigold, Touch-Me-Nots, Columbine, Zinnia, Black-eyed Susans, Balloon plant, $1 each, plus LSASE/2-stamps. Melissa Lawler 116 Nelson Oaks Drive Ball Ground 30107-2798 770-735-3679
4" perennials, 350 varieties, all $1.50 ea. including Helleborus; 1 gal. grafted Japanese maples, $20-$25; display garden. Selah Ahlstrom Jackson 770-775-4967
4year old, Hellebores/Lenten roses, ready to bloom in January, $4; Pachysandra, 50 plants for $10. Carol Olson Marietta 770-9981076
50 1-gallon pots variegated Liriope, $87.50; 51 1-gallon pots, Mundo, $94; 50 1-gallon pots, green Liriope, $75. J.H. Patman Athens 706-549-4487
African violets, beautiful, all hand-rooted, $2-$20; largest are in 8.5" pots with large leaves. Sheryl Lanford Meansville 770-7127137
Aloes, Jades, very large, Pencil, nigh blooming Cereus, white, red, Mother-in-law, tall, short, many more, $2 up. Nancy Rosser Powder Springs 770-943-1915
Azaleas, Japanese maples, Gardenia, Hosta, Hydrangeas, Knockout roses. Linda Waites Fairburn 770-964-6414
Bonsai, Procumbens nana juniper, $10 + shipping. William Reynolds Augusta 706288-4203
Boxwoods, in ground, will help dig. Robert Crowder Greenville 706-663-8276
Christmas roses (Helleborus), $5; Beautyberries, Nandinas, Autumn Clematis, night-blooming Cereus, Hydrangeas, $3; Lacecaps, $4, others. Carla Houghton Marietta 770-428-2227
Giant Cosmos seed, orange, possibly yellow, Sept.-Oct. bloom, 60+ count, $1 w/SASE. Ira Bray 70 Wilkes Ct Newnan 30263 770-253-0392
Hummingbird vine seeds, $1 plus SASE for heaping teaspoon full. Polly Young 173 Creekview Drive Leesburg 31763
Japanese maples, 28 varieties, dwarfs and dissectums, 3-25 gallon, $35 up. Bridget Britton Evans 706-829-1427
Landscape trees: Maples, Pin oaks, Zelkova, Birch, Redbuds, cherries, all field grown, low price, you dig. Mike Beattie Carnesville 706-384-2719
Leyland Cypress & Cryptomeria trees, several hundreds available, all single trunk, 56 ft. tall, very green/uniform, great prices. Bob Brookshire Buford 770-932-5795
Leyland Cypress trees in 3 & 7 gal. containers; also, larger container sizes available, call for prices. Harold Parker Morganton 706-374-5339

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Leyland cypress, 3-gal, single stem, 4 ft./$7; 30 in./$5. Bob Welch Ranger 706-629-6332
Leylands, Cryptomeria, Green Giants, 3gal./$6; 7-gal./$12, field grown, $8 per ft.; 16'+ Red maples, $50 each, more. Jody Greenway Adairsville 770-815-0223
Many perennials, shrubs, native plants, ferns, shade plants, and plants for sun, 31+ different plants. Gail Hollimon Buford 770855-4252
Mexican sunflower, #1 for butterflies, $1 w/SASE. Douglas Capps Madison Co. Master Gardeners 125 Saddle Ln Covington 30016
Old Timey Zinnias, mixed/white, 2 tbsp., $1 each, send cash w/SASE. Mildred Bryan 916 Elm Dr. Monroe 30655
Pomegranate plants, large 2 gallon pots, $5, cannot ship. Willie Garmon Pendergrass 706-654-1460
Red spiderlilies, $5 doz,; cane bamboo plants, 3 for $5. June Hurst 536 Green Road Whigham 39897 229-762-4476
Reseeding petunias mixed, angel trumpets: double purple or double yellow, $1/pkt. w/SASE. Carolyn Arnold 644 Lynn Ave. Jefferson 30549
Rose, Iceberg, Knockout, Japanese maple, over 5-ft. Texas Star seeds. Jennie Harrison La Grange 706-333-2276
Sawtooth oak trees, 4-6 feet, $10 each; also, have Leyland cypress and azaleas. Jeff Frederick Fort valley 478-825-1186
Seeds: Altheas, Jerusalem cherry, Yucca, Hibiscus, 4 o'clocks, orange Cosmos, cash only, $1/tsp./SASE. Gail Wilson 1020 B. Wilson Rd. Commerce 30529
Seeds: Hummingbird vine, spiderplant, Touchme-nots, summer poinsettia, yellow and pink 4 o'clocks, marigolds, angel trumpets- rooting, will ship. Pam Stover Acworth 770-974-8388
Seeds: Mullein pink, Touch-me-nots, 1/2 tsp./$1, moneyplant, Morning Glory, Hibiscus, devil's trumpet, Siberian iris, $1/tsp./SASE. G. Robertson 2966 Cardinal Lake Cir. Duluth 30096
Shamrock bulbs, 3-doz., $12; P. Verbena, red Columbine, Cosmos, dbl. Zinnias, yellow Yarrow, Hibiscus, $2/tbsp./SASE. F. Brooks 674 New Rosedale Rd. Armuchee 30105
Touch-me-not, Mexican sunflower, Cleome, four o'clock, moneyplant, Rose of Sharon, $1 each w/large SASE, 1 stamp/item. B. Savage 3017 Atkins Dr. Gainesville 30507
Trees: Hickory, Maple; Oaks: Laurel, Live, Red, Shumard Red, Overcup, Swamp Chestnut, Willow in 3-gal./7-gal./15-gal. pots, $10-$35. N. Halley Metter 912-685-5266
Variegated Liriope, 4.5 inch pots, $2 each, 4000 avail.; gardenias, 3-4 gallon pots, 4-ft. high, $15, 250 avail. Jim Hadaway Athens 706-543-5432
Yellow Rose of Texas, 3/$12; Liatris, Beautyberry, Coral vine, Amaranth, Queen Anne, Asters, $2/tbsp./SASE. L. Brooks 690 New Rosedale Rd. Armuchee 30105
FLOWERS REqUIRING
PERMITS
If you have questions regarding this category, call Shavonne Smith at 404-6519081 or 404-651-9082.
The Georgia Wildflower Protection Act requires that shipments of officially protected plants be accompanied by transport tags displaying a permit number issued by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. Ladyslipper Orchids and Goldenseal are examples of protected plants. When advertising protected plants in the Market Bulletin, please submit a copy of your permit to sell protected plants. Ads submitted without this information will not be published. For further information on the sale or shipment of protected plants, contact: Nongame Conservation Section, 2065 U.S. Hwy. 278 SE, Social Circle, GA 30025, (770) 918-6411.
Flowers Wanted
Castor bean seeds to repel moles, call or email: beryl_ann@yahoo.com. Beryl Tanner Dahlonega 706-892-9747
Want seed of Roselle plant, jelly made from blooms. P. Davis 426 Pierce Chapel Rd. Cairo 39828 229-226-7278
Wanted: a male Gingko tree, about 3 feet tall, reasonably priced. Inez Smith 2661 Gillsville Hwy. Gainesville 30507 770-536-8393
Wanted: seed of Cumberland Rose Gentian (Sabatia capitata), Lily Michigan (Lilium michiganense), Canada(Lilium canadense), Pot of Gold (Lilium iridollae). M. Adams Marietta 678-313-1873
MISCELLANEOUS
If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call Shavonne Smith at 404-6519081 or 404-651-9082.
The Miscellaneous category includes the following subcategories: bees, honey and supplies; things to eat; herbs; fish and supplies; fertilizers and mulches; oddities; miscellaneous wanted; notices; garden space; notices; out-of-state wanted; firewood, timber; and Christmas trees. Only one ad per household is permitted in the Miscellaneous category.
Bees, Honey & Supplies
2011 honey quarts and pints. David Dye Rockmart 770-684-3416
2012 5-frame nucs, Italian or Buckfast queens, $90, in your equip; $95, in my equip., ready early April. Gary Gailey PO Box 558 Cleveland 30528
All natural, pure, unprocessed honey, sizes available: 8 oz. bears, 16 oz. size, quart, and comb honey. Jimmy Brown Jackson 770775-0157 678-448-7781

Best honey in the world, Sourwood, direct from beekeeper, order at MtnHoney.com. Virginia Webb Clarkesville 706-754-7062
Gallberry honey, voted best tasting honey 2010 in the state of Ga., $36/gallon, shipping included, www.brucesnutnhoney.com. Ben Bruce Homerville 912-487-2001
Order pkg bees for spring 2012, supplies, honey, equip., bnweeks@juno.com. B.J. Weeks 325 Roy Haynes Drive Ball Ground 30107 770-735-3263
Taking orders for spring 2012, 3# package of Italian bees with queen, $80 per pkg. Ronald Doster Colbert 706-206-5475 706788-9776
V.S.H. queens, $25 ea., shipping April 15th, weather permits, free shipping. Arthur Hudgins P.O.Box 2005 Cedartown 30125 770-748-0482
Will come pick up unwanted equipment and bees; will transport hives. Brent Nichols Brunswick 912-266-5688
Will pick up unwanted bee and honey equipment in the middle Georgia area. David Mangham Molena 770-550-0999
Will remove swarms for free, removal from structures for a fee, pollination services for organic crops only. Dave Larson Winder 770542-9546
Things To Eat
Use of the term "organic" requires registration with the Georgia Department of Agriculture. Advertisements submitted without certificate of registration for items offered for sale cannot be published. For more information, access the department website www.agr.state.ga.us and link from the home page to the Organic Agriculture page and registration forms. Those who do not have internet access or are unable to download the forms, should call 404656-1264.
'10 shelled pecans, mostly halves, $8.50/lb., plus postage, bagged in freezer, leave message. Franklin Eaton 4345 Marble Arch Way Flowery Branch 30542 770-5329340 770-532-6333
'11 Desirable pecans, $10/lb., plus postage; will crack, shell, and separate your pecans, $0.40/lb. Russell Eaton Stockbridge 770506-2727
'11 Sumner pecans, $2.50/lb.; Stuart pecans, $2/lb., in shell, plus postage. Robert Nance Statesboro 912-682-5178
2011 Black walnut meat, very clean, vacuum packed bags, $20 qt., no shipping. Jim Lawson Ball Ground 770-893-2141
2011 pecans in shell: Desirable or Sumner, $2.50 per pound, plus shipping; shelled, $8, plus shipping. Eli Kauffman Montezuma 478472-8842
2011 pecans, $4/lb. David Kellogg 4675 S. Lee St. Buford 30518 770-945-4422
2011 pecans, mostly halves, $8/lb., plus postage. Shawn Michael Monroe 770-2675144
2011 pecans, nice nuts, $3 per pound. Bo Rohrabaugh Stockbridge 770-238-8773
2011 stoneground, gluten-free cornmeal, grits, and corn flour, non-gmo, naturallygrown, recipes, will ship. Roger Rollins Dalton 706-260-5999
2011 Stuart pecans, shelled, $7 lb., pick-up; $8 lb., shipped. James Allen Thomaston 478955-7106
2011 whole in shell pecans, $2/lb. Chris Short Pine Mountain 706-663-7872
All natural grain finished Angus beef, A.I. sired, sides or quarters, $2.25/lb., hanging weight. Ken McMichael Monticello 706-8199295
Berkshire pork & Angus beef, all natural, vacuum seal packaging, your specs. Woodrow Little Danville 478-290-0679
Black walnut meats, $22, qt., plus postage, can ship immediately. Helen Rogers 22 Richlen Ridge Rd Blairsville 30512 706-3742716 706-745-4005
Cane syrup, 25 oz., $6, can ship, call for information. Roy Holt 1020 Oak Street Dudley 31022 478-676-2760
Collard greens and turnip greens for sale. C. Brooks Roswell 770-993-2315
Crack pecans, $0.35 per pound, Bethlehem area. Ronald Krieger 710 Smith Mill Rd Winder 30680 770-868-6088
Dry aged Angus beef, no antibiotics/ hormones, pasture plus grain fed, 1/4s and cuts by the pound, www.sellfarm.com. Bill Farr Milner 770-584-9727
Farm fresh eggs, $2.50 dozen, cage free. Brooks Nickles 144 Red Gate Lakes Dr. Canton 30115 770-235-2874
Farm fresh eggs, $2.50 per dozen, white, brown, and Easter eggs from free range chickens. Janet Adams Commerce 706-8701651
Free range brown eggs, $2 dozen. J. King Young Harris 706-994-8118
Free range brown eggs, S-M, $1.50/doz.; LXL, $1.75/doz.; jumbo, $2/doz.; flats also available, call for info. Jack Davis Milan 229362-4092
Fresh eggs, $2/doz., brown & white, please bring your own container. Scott Bond Athens 706-353-6763
Fresh Ghost peppers, hottest pepper in the world, 3/$10 + shipping. Harry Hager 1496 North Amanda Circle Atlanta 30329 404-6331651
Fresh medium brown and white eggs, all natural free range. Johnny Hale Flowery Branch 678-802-2076 678-943-5443
Ga. sugar cane syrup, 22 oz., 12 per case; also, cane stalks for planting. Max Carter 1671 Warren Carter Rd. Douglas 31533 912384-5974

Greasy green collards while supplies last. Alfred Cox Appling 706-541-0402
Looking for anyone near Gainesville, Ga. area who can crack a bushel or so of black walnuts; will pick them out. Mike McConnell Gainesville 770-967-6742
Natural beef, grass fed with grain supplement, wholes or halves. Larry Young Tennille 478-232-6321
Organically grown Jerusalem artichokes, as low as $4/lb., plus shipping. Buddy Hutto 1501 N Houston Lake Blvd Warner Robins 31093 478-960-1329 478-788-1137
Peanuts: boiled, roasted, and raw, 1/2 bushel min., call for del. and price information. Charles Fisher Morrow 770-968-8895
Pecans 2011, good flavor, hand selected, s/m/l-jumbo, $3.50/lb., can deliver. Paul Hale 455 Railroad Avenue Flovilla 30216 770-5041729
Pecans in shell, $2.50 per pound. Dan Reeves Statham 770-725-5057 404-2167979
Shelled large pieces of black walnuts, $20 quart, plus postage if shipped. Herman Robinson 1132 Whispering Hill Dr. Bremen 30110 770-537-3729 404-693-6533
Stoneground white & yellow grits, cornmeal, whole wheat flour, bran, milled in Bulloch Co., 2-lb bags, will ship. Harry Freeman Statesboro 912-852-9381
Stuart pecans, grown on site, $1.75 per lb. William Sell Hoschton 706-654-2921
Turnips greens, you pick or we pick, call for time. Larry Cook Conyers 770-483-7552
Want pecans in shell, need 200-300 lbs., willing to pay $1.25 per pound, Jackson Co. area. Deb Allwein Nicholson 706-757-8810
Water ground meal, whole wheat flour, grits, $3/5 lbs., plus postage; also, grind your grain. Mike Buckner Junction City 706-269-3630
Herbs
State law requires all ginseng dealers and growers to be registered with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. For more information, contact the Nongame Conservation Section at (770) 918-6411 or at website www.georgiawildlife.com.
2011 Rooster spur, Chicken heart pepper seeds, 4 pods, for $1 w/SASE, specify which. Charles Perry 16 Waverly Lane Winder 30680
Fish & Supplies
Persons selling sterile triploid grass carp must have a Wild Animal License from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. Market Bulletin advertisements for sterile carp must be accompanied by a photocopy of the advertiser's license. For license information, contact DNR Special Permit Unit at (770) 761-3044.
1"-2"/2"-3" bluegill, hybrid bream, shellcracker, redbreast, threadfin shad, channel catfish, sterile grass carp, weed analysis, consultation services. Keith Edge Soperton 478-697-8994
A-1 quality, farm-grown, channel catfish fingerlings, graded, priced by size, accurate weights/counts, guaranteed live, healthy immed. dely. J.F. Gilbert Thomaston 706648-2062 770-468-0725
Available now: Black Crappie, largemouth Bass, Bluegill, hybrid, Redear, and Redbreast Bream. Jerry Hart Newton 229-734-5144
Bass, Bluegill, Crappie, threadfin shad, catfish, redear, Red Breast, hybrid bream, Gambusia, free delivery. Danny Austin Roberta 478-836-4938
Bass, Bluegill, hybrid Bream, Grass Carp, Channel catfish, statewide delivery. David Cochran Ellijay 706-889-8113
Bass, bluegill, shellcrackers, hybrid bream, channel catfish fingerlings, sterile grass carp, delivery available. Tony Chew Manchester 706-846-3657
Bedrun red worms, $25 per lb., plus shipping. Neal Dettmering Winston 404-4033547
Catalpa worms for sale. Jackie Johnson Royston 706-245-5024
Catalpa worms, $1.50 per dozen; Catalpa trees, $3 to $5 each. Joe Mask Fayetteville 770-461-7068
Channel catfish, several 100 lbs., 1-2 lbs. each. Orville Carver Douglas 912-384-5090
European nightcrawlers for fishing or compost, 5 lbs., bedrun, $75 plus shipping, very active worms. Joe D'Alessandro Lawrenceville 404-229-9945
Fresh water fish, whole or dressed, caught fresh, flash frozen immediately, know where you fish comes from. John Heard Loganville 770-788-3163
Grass carp, Bluegill, Shellcracker bream, channel catfish fingerlings, bass, threadfin shad, dely. or pickup by appt. only. Robert Brown Brooks 770-719-8039
Grass carp, catfish, bluegill, shellcracker, redbreast and hybrid bream, largemouth bass, crappie, threadfin shad. Paul Williams Hawkinsville 478-892-3144
Rainbow trout , native quality, various sizes, hatched and grown on our farm, delivery available. David Cantrell Ellijay 706-2736199
Rainbow trout, largemouth bass, Channel Catfish, Fathead Minnows, Grass Carp, Bluegill, aeration, fountains, info@lakework.com. Josh Akins Ball Ground 770-735-3523
Rainbow trout, native quality, various sizes, hatched and grown on our farm, delivery available. David Cantrell Ellijay 706-2736199
Red wigglers & Europeans, great for fishing, $35 per pound, price includes shipping. B. Newman Douglasville 770-9427993

Red wigglers and/or Europeans, $35 per lb., price includes shipping, send check or money order. H.A. Riffe P.O. Box 402 Buchanan 30113 770-646-3812
Red wigglers, $25/lb.; worm castings, $1/lb.; worm farm composting kits, $65. D. Holman Covington 678-977-7944
Red worms, $25/lb.+ shipping; worm casting fertilizer, 50 lbs./$25, email: jwdavis18@yahoo.com. James Davis Lyerly 706-290-3090 706-895-2693
Shad: Threadfin and Gizzards, best shad anywhere, caught wild, delivered frisky for pond and lake stocking, shadstocking.com. Shawn McNew Acworth 404-844-6862
Stocking fish, free delivery available, all size catfish; also, bluegill, bass, carp, more, pond clean out. Todd Ashley vidalia 912-2937097
Fertilizers & Mulches
$5 per gallon, fresh worm castings, bring your soil to life, delivery available. Shane Jones Acworth 404-964-7534
2011 wheat straw square bales, delivery available in tractor trailer. Jimbo Hatcher Macon 478-954-1688
2011 wheat straw, $3/bale, at barn, delivery available. Gary Brinson 1934 Corsey Grove Way Tarrytown 30470 912-213-8585
2011 Wheat straw, 4x5 round bales, $15/bale. Galen Kreider Metter 912-687-5719
Aged horse compost, call for appointment, you load; I load, $10/truckload; $20/trailer, will deliver. Chad Williams 448 Hurt Rd. SW Smyrna 30082 404-421-1775
Clean pinestraw with great color installed, $3.90 per bale, no additional charges, 40 bale minimum, reliable service. Corey Pegues Buford 770-912-6671
Clean, fresh, red pinestraw, installed & cleaned, $4/bale, call and place your order. Travis Long Atlanta 678-333-3428
Free aged manure, will help load, Crabapple area, Alpharetta, easy access. Kristina Macrae Alpharetta 678-793-0694
Free horse manure mix w/shavings, you load & haul, email for directions: cedarspringfarm@windstream.net. Robin Taylor Holly Springs 404-536-4929
Free horse manure mixed with shavings. Danny West Fayetteville 404-771-4041
Free horse manure with shavings, Spalding Co., close to Griffin, McDonough, Jackson, and Barnesville. Lois Moran Griffin 770-2282550
Free horse manure with shavings, we can load for you, leave a message. H.M. Osborne McDonough 770-668-4091
Fresh pinestraw delivered and installed at $4 per bale. Martin Golden Gainesville 770757-6505
Horse manure mixed with shavings, we load, you haul, $10/pickup truck. Chris Hoyak Cleveland 706-348-1219
Mulch hay, square bales only, Monroe Co. S. Reeves Forsyth 478-994-4642
Slash pinestraw, $2.05 per bale and Long Leaf, $2.50 per bale, Whipple Tree Farms. Tony Willis Lyons 912-326-0919
Worm castings. J. Ayers Buchanan 770826-3373
Poultry Litter/Compost
To help connect suppliers with those in need of poultry compost, the Market Bulletin is including such advertisements in this portion of the Fertilizers and Mulches category. Ads are subject to the same general guidelines for all Market Bulletin advertisements found on page 2.
High quality North Georgia broiler litter for sale, delivery available, unlimited quantities. Bob Loggins Dahlonega 706-265-0517
Oddities
Beautiful emerald green emu eggs, cleaned & blown, exc. for carving, scrimshaw, or painting; also, pure emu oil. Jackie Paul Conyers 770-761-1284
Beautiful, Java-Green-Blue peacock feathers, great for florists, wreaths, weddings, flower pots, etc., $0.50 each; also, brown wing feathers. W. Haigler Hiawassee 706-994-6850
Gourds for sale: Martin, Crooked handle, Craft, Bottleneck, and more. Wallace Maxwell 3226 Hoot Owl Rd. Royston 30662 706-2454218
Gourds, many varieties to choose from, at farm or ship U.P.S. Crystal Lang Cordele 229322-1321
Gourds, several varieties to choose from, at farm. Hoyt Howard Cumming 770-887-2039
Home grown Jerusalem artichokes (sunchokes), we dig & ship, $5 per lb. + actual USPS shipping cost. Beth Camp Concord 770-881-8616
Homemade lye soap with goats milk and oatmeal, $4 per bar, includes s&h. Mary Kinney Taylorsville 678-925-4279
Lucky buckeyes, $3.75 doz.; Buckeyes for planting, $5 doz., includes shipping and instructions. Jules Simmons PO Box 291 Dillard 30537 404-290-9733
Martin gourds, plain or fixed, ready to hang. Evelyn McDaniel Tifton 229-386-5356
Taylor made pea sheller, $200. Bob Brady Augusta 706-373-8397
Miscellaneous Wanted
Information/offers on 46-inch grist mill paddle wheel, six spoke, 10 inch square center, email: dmgdhpe@windstream.net. David Miller Good Hope 770-490-1810
Looking for propane gas burners, about 24" long, 2 1/2" - 3" wide, like those used in tobacco barn dryers. Eugene Cheeks Keysville 706-554-5380

Bulletin Calendar
MISCELLANEOUS
Jan. 14 S. Ga. Growing Local Conference, 9 am-5 pm, for backyard organic gardeners, sustainable farmers, UGA Vidalia Onion & Vegetable Research Center, Lyons. Info: redearthfarm@yahoo.com or 912557-1053
If you have questions concerning the Bulletin Calendar, contact Randy Cox at 404-656-3682.
Submissions for the Bulletin Calendar can be sent to
Randy.Cox@agr.georgia.gov.
Need a place to catch coyotes, foxes, beavers, etc. in Henry or Butts counties, 34 years experience. D.L. Dominik Locust Grove 678-448-2524
Osage oranges for crafting. Beth Baltes Cornelia 770-289-9076
Used fence wire and old tar cups. Peggy Griffin Clarkesville 229-392-4145
Wanted: print flour sacks and feed sacks. B. Corley Fayetteville 770-330-3334
Wanted: rebar for concrete, prefer in central Ga., near Dublin. M. Malone Dexter 478-8753100
Wanted: windmills, full size, any type. Jimmy Hardin Knoxville 478-361-3907
Out-Of-State Wanted
Wanted: tobacco big balers; also, JD sprayers 6000, 6100, 6500. Dean Clubb Pleasureville KY 502-550-4080
Wanted: wild cattle, hunt, find and catch cattle. Jeffrey Gibert Ninety Six SC 864-9806408
Weight scales for pig, goat, or sheep, reasonably priced; may be interested in other sheep handling equipment. Johnny Martin Liberty SC 864-561-9544
Firewood
All firewood advertised in the Market Bulletin must be cut from the advertiser's personally owned property. In addition, by law, terms such as face cord, rack, pile, truckload, etc., cannot be used to advertise firewood. Advertisers must use the standard unit of measure, the cord, when specifying the amount of firewood for sale.
$140/cord, you pick up in Monroe Co., can meet in Forest Park, $160/cord, white/red oak. Lee Dawes Forsyth 478-550-5384
1 year seasoned hardwood mix, 1 cord, $140; 1/2 cord, $75, delivery, $0.50 per mile, round trip. Jacob White Athens 678-622-0453 770-869-7467
1/2 cord of wood, $100; full cord, $185, small delivery fee. Hunter Bass Gray 478718-9680
1/2 cord, $100; 1 cord, $195, seasoned oak and hickory, split, delivered, and stacked free. Sam Hearn Brooks 404-444-7858
1/2 cord, $85, seasoned oak hardwood, call if interested. Jonathan Radford Cartersville 404-694-9378
All hardwood, 90% oak, $90, cord free delivery within 25 miles. Rupert Cartwright Canton 706-796-2407
Cord, $180; mixed, $200, all seasoned, delivery fee within ten miles. Scott Moon Newborn 770-787-8761
Fatwood/fat lighter, $2/lb.+ shipping, raw stumps and chunks. Kit McClung Hamilton 706-628-5726
Firewood for sale, mixed hardwood and poplar, delivery available. Jed Killingsworth Cleveland 706-219-2984
Firewood, $150/cord, delivery available for additional charge, lighter knot bundles. Stephan Moll Cartersville 770-878-0948
Firewood, $200 per cord; $100 for 1/2 cord, delivery extra. Mike Austin Douglasville 770652-2164 770-942-9050
Firewood, 1/2 cord, $100; full cord, $180, delivery included within 20 mile radius. Joe Dodd Dahlonega 706-974-7984
Firewood, 1/2 cord, delivered in Buford/Lawrenceville area. Rex Thompson Lawrenceville 770-963-3722
Firewood, full cord, $150; half cord, $75, larger quantities and statewide delivery avail. Dustin Herndon Macon 478-607-0458
Firewood, seasoned hickory and oak, $140 per cord. Greg Wright Talking Rock 706-2763242 706-889-1966
Firewood, seasoned oak, $95 per half cord, no delivery, if no answer, leave message. Vern Parizek Fairburn 770-964-0876
Firewood, split/delivered within 25 miles, $85/half cord; $160/cord. B. Yeomans Milan 478-361-5296
Good seasoned hardwoods, 1/2 cords, $90; cords, $155. Joel McAbee Canton 404-7848803
Good seasoned wood, 1/2 cords and cords, great prices, call for info. Caitlyn McAbee Canton 706-466-8382
Hardwood firewood for sale or trade, will deliver, looking to trade for small eqipment (saws, mowers, tillers,etc.). Logan Whitney Shady Dale 706-819-0607
Hardwood firewood, mostly oak, full cord, $170; 1/2 cord, $90, delivered for a fee (based on distance). Jake Gess Fayetteville 404731-1802
Hardwoods split, pick up, can deliver, cord, $150; 1/2 cord, $80; hickory & pecan avail. John Hobson Hartwell 706-961-4164

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State Veterinarian
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with an emphasis in dairy theriogenology and herd health management. In 1983 he purchased a mixed practice in Dublin which he operated for three years as a solo practitioner. From 1987 through 2008, Cobb was a partner in Dublin Animal Hospital, serving as the managing partner from 1987 through 2002. Following the sale of his financial interest in the veterinary hospital in December 2008, Dr. Cobb continued to practice there through 2009. He became Assistant State Veterinarian in January 2010.
Recognizing the need for qualified and trained veterinary assistants, Dr. Cobb worked with the leadership at the Heart of Georgia Technical College in Dublin in 1995 to create a veterinary assistant program. Students in the one-year certificate program also benefited from hands-on experience with Dr. Cobb at Dublin Animal Hospital. He resigned in 2002 due to the demands of private practice.
"I wanted someone who had a broad range of veterinary experience," said Commissioner Black. "The office requires knowledge of both large and small animals. It requires someone with a scientific mind yet someone who can work with others to creatively and effectively address problems. I found those attributes with Dr. Cobb."
While in private practice in Dublin, Dr. Cobb was active in his community and church. He and his wife Nancy have three children, Jonathan, Katherine and Allison and two grandchildren.

THE MARKET BULLETIN
Fruit, Vegetables Regional Conference Set Jan. 5 8 in Savannah

Wednesday, December 14, 2011
Winter Equine
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The Southeast Regional Fruit and Vegetable Conference is scheduled at the International Trade and Convention Center in Savannah, Ga., Jan. 5 8.
Workshops will focus on improving crop production and the latest in produce trends as well as the latest legislative updates from Washington and Atlanta. The three-day program will offer commodity specific production training, pest management information and marketing
Flavor of Georgia

updates. Commodities include peach, vegetable, Vidalia onion, watermelon, muscadine, blueberry, strawberry, blackberry, raspberry, olive and pecan. Additional workshops will cover good agricultural (GAP) food safety practices, organic production and roadside markets. Continuing education credits are available. An Industry Roundtable also is planned for growers and suppliers to discuss issues of mutual concern.
For information or to register, visit www.seregionalconference.com or call 706-845-8200.

Protection Act requires boarding and breeding facilities to be licensed. Current license number must be submitted with notices for "At Stud" and "Boarding Facilities." Notices submitted without this information will not be published. For licensing information and applications, call (404) 656-3713.
Notice
The Georgia Department of Agriculture will be closed Dec. 23 and Dec. 26 for the Christmas holidays.

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Center of Innovation for Agribusiness, Office of Gov. Nathan Deal, Walton EMC, the Georgia Department of Agriculture, the Georgia Agribusiness Council, and the UGA EAES Department of Food Science and Technology.
Annual Meeting Set
For Cotton Commission
The Georgia Cotton Commission has scheduled its Fifth Annual Meeting Feb. 1, 2012, at the University of Georgia Campus Conference Center in Tifton, Georgia.
Speakers include: Mike Tate, president, Southern Cotton Growers, Inc.; Bill Gillon, CEO, Cotton Board; Mike Watson, vice president of fiber quality research, Cotton Incorporated; and John Maguire, senior director of governmental relations, National Cotton Council.
Workshop details will be announced at a later date. Free registration is available now through Jan. 18, 2012 online at www.ugatiftonconference.org or by phone at 229-386-3416. Updates are available on the website, www.georgiacottoncommission.org

LIvESTOCK qUOTATIONS

Average prices for November 2011 at Georgia Auction Markets, Georgia Department of Agriculture and U.S.D.A. Cooperative Federal-State 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 price/hundredweight)
SLAUGHTER CLASSES ..........AvERAGES COWS: Breakers 75-80% Lean ....................65.62 Boners 80-85% Lean ......................68.37 Lean 85-90% Lean............................61.59 BULLS: Yield Grade 1 1000-1500 lbs. ..................................80.41 1500-2100 lbs. ..................................81.49
FEEDER CLASSES: WEIGHTED ..............................AvG. PRICES
STEERS: MEDIUM AND LARGE 1-2 200-250 lbs. ....................................184.54 250-300 lbs. ....................................175.31 300-350 lbs.....................................166.41 350-400 lbs.....................................154.95 400-450 lbs.....................................143.29 450-500 lbs. ....................................136.90 500-550 lbs. ....................................131.79 550-600 lbs. ....................................127.17 600-650 lbs. ....................................125.98 650-700 lbs. ....................................121.52 STEERS: MEDIUM & LARGE 2-3 300-350 lbs. ....................................143.05 350-400 lbs. ..................................136.69 400-450 lbs.....................................128.02 450-500 lbs.....................................123.14 500-550 lbs. ....................................118.21 550-600 lbs. ....................................115.36

HEIFERS: MEDIUM & LARGE 1-2 200-250 lbs. ....................................149.17 250-300 lbs. ....................................145.78 300-350 lbs.....................................137.58 350-400 lbs.....................................131.64 400-450 lbs. ....................................127.98 450-500 lbs. ....................................123.29 500-550 lbs. ....................................119.10 550-600 lbs. ....................................115.33 600-650 lbs. ....................................111.27 650-700 lbs. ....................................109.30
GOATS (priced per head) SLAUGHTER
CLASSES ............................SELECTION 2 BILLIES/BUCKS 75-100 lbs. ......................................107.21 100-150 lbs. ....................................156.86 150-300 lbs. ..................................160.00 NANNIES/DOES 60-80 lbs. ..........................................84.71 80-100 lbs. ......................................124.96 100-140 lbs. ....................................127.83 KIDS & YEARLINGS 20-40 lbs. ..........................................48.21 40-60 lbs. ..........................................71.57 60-80 lbs. ..........................................89.08
Producers can obtain daily cattle prices by Internet at the following website: http://www.ams.usda.gov
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.

Lighter knot for sale, $2 per pound. Caleb Love Rutledge 706-818-4286
Mixed hardwoods, $130 per cord; half cord, $65, split, stacked, and delivered anywhere. Mike Whatley Shiloh 706-656-0598
Oak and pecan firewood, $150 per cord; $75 per 1/2 cord. Kenneth Dean Madison 706-206-8736 706-342-3576
Oak, cut in 18"-24" lengths, some need to be split, $50 cord. Dorothy Parrish Loganville 770-554-6916
Rich fat lighter, large or small amounts, $1 per lb., will deliver for gas fee. Michael Ragan Ellenwood 770-987-3053
Seasoned cords, $170; half cords, $90; good solid loads. Vickie McAbee Canton 770361-3201
Seasoned firewood, dry stored & ready to go, free delivery, call for prices. Eugene Clark Jasper 706-253-5134
Seasoned hardwood, $160/cord, delivered in Hiram area with free fat lighter; also, available for local pickup. Andy Cooper Hiram 770-235-5039
Seasoned hardwood, 1/3 cord, $100; 1/2 cord, $150; full cord, $250. Jonathan Hansard McDonough 678-858-9799
Seasoned hardwood, split and ready to burn, cord, $150; 1/2 cord, $80, delivery available. Kevin Henkle Rome 678-315-2791
Seasoned hickory firewood, split, $110/half cord; seasoned white oak firewood, split, $200/cord, delivery extra. Joe Wang Gainesville 770-983-2027 770-654-6445
Seasoned oak and hickory, pick up or delivery to surrounding areas, lighter wood also, call for prices. Virgil Steele Bogart 770725-9361 706-461-3513
Seasoned oak firewood, ready to burn, $100/half cord; $200/cord, free delivery local area. Bob Lewis Fayetteville 770-4614083
Seasoned oak, $85, half cord; $170 per cord, will deliver. Zach Ray Covington 678451-7011
Seasoned red oak, split, 14-18 inch, 1/2 cord, you haul, $50, delivery available. Wade Pitcock Rome 706-232-2997
Well seasoned red oak firewood, $80, half cord; $150, full cord, delivery additional. Bud Benson 3474 Gravitt Rd. Cumming 30040 770-365-7356 770-889-9892

Timber
The Timber for Sale category is designed to provide an option for forest farmers to market their standing timber. Timber advertised in this category must be individually owned and produced by the advertiser on his/her own property; timberland must be at least 1 acre. No companies or businesses are allowed.
Christmas Trees
Choose & cut: Leyland Cypress and large Carolina Sapphire, $5/ft., 10 am-5:30 pm daily. Ed Busby 327 Salter Rd. Meansville 30256 770-468-2065
Choose & cut: Leyland Cypress, Carolina Sapphire, pre-cut Fraser Fir, hayrides, wreaths, hot drinks, open weekends, www.springbrooktrees.com. David Taylor Carrollton 770-861-5333
Cooper's Tree Farm: choose & cut Leyland Cypress, $5 ft., fresh cut, Fraser fir wreaths. Kathy Cooper Flowery Branch 678-316-6102 770-967-6175
Leyland Cypress, Virginia pine, red Cedar, and Fraser fir. David P Ridgeway 2964 High Falls Road Jackson 30233 770-7753120
Handicrafts
If you have questions regarding ads in this category, call Shavonne Smith at 404-6519081 or 404-651-9082.
All items advertised in the Handicraft category must be handmade by the advertiser; items purchased by the advertiser for resale may not be advertised. Advertisers must include a statement to this effect when submitting advertisements Handicraft ads are limited to 30 words and must be in compliance with all other advertising guidelines (see page 2).
100% wool queen size blanket, natural color; couch size blankets: red, black, and Georgia red, makes wonderful gifts, wool from our sheep. Mona Huber Watkinsville 706769-6721
12" doll, blue eyes, brown hair, crocheted dress, panteloons, hat, $25; crocheted hats, scarves, shawls, $12 up. Mrs. I. Bieber Columbus 706-221-8409

All types chair caning: Blind cane, French weave, porch, press, rattan reed, rush, and splint, some repair and refinishing, quality work, over 50 years experience. George Shelton Cartersville 770-607-6455
All types of chair caning, refinishing, and repairs. James J Lewis 1404 Kenwood Drive Perry 31069 478-987-4243
Big selection, crocheted items: bookmarks, fridge magnets, doilies, dolls, afghans, and more, all new, all handmade, Christmas items, too. Marcia Brookins P.O. Box 6001 Thomaston 30286 706-647-0593
Chair and rocker caning, all types: hand laced French, pressed, herringbone pattern, binder cane, flat reed; can repair frames and finish, quality work, reasonable prices. Craig Leming Marietta 770-617-0815
Chair caning & wicker restoration done, including laced & pressed cane, rush, split oak, binder cane, seagrass, Shaker tape, rattan, all types of caning, high quality work. Dotty McDaniel Cumming 770-887-8518
Chair caning, all types, rush, pressed cane, hole to hole, flat reed, light repairs. Dan R. Melton Monroe 770-267-5454
Christmas Knives: custom made knives w/deer antler handles, 3 sizes, each with handmade sheave, can be personalized for collectors and hunters. Darrel Youngblood Millwood 912-283-1051
Christmas print aprons, cotton print barbecue style aprons, half aprons, adult bibs, walker bags, sunbonnets, $7 each, includes postage. Margaret Hottle 4220 Union Road SW College Park 30349 404-344-0568
Christmas tree wall quilt with miniature ornaments, red ribbons; bib top aprons w/one pocket, large afghans, quilted table runner, oblong or square, refrigerator towel/pot holder, sock monkey. Mrs. Virgil Rigsby Newnan 770-253-5575
Crocheted baby items, adult and home items, any crocheted item, booties, slippers, sweaters, tablecloths, call for prices. Wilma Pelley Jonesboro 770-478-9347
Crocheted crosses, collegiate quilts, sleep sacks, teddy bears, baby bibs, Christmas aprons. Karen Joiner Yatesville 706472-3475
Crocheted snowflakes, crosses, angels, other ornaments, 12/$14; yarn/cradle-drawstring purse, includes 6" doll, $14, ppd.; name in filet, white/ecru. Virdie Altman 69 Altman Circle Hoboken 31542 912-458-2461

Cross-stitched barn, 17"x14" (you can cut it down), $23 including postage, can make into a pillow cover, (you furnish 14" form) for $26. Mildred Hayes Norcross 770448-2442
Custom made doll clothes for American Girl, Bitty Baby, Barbie, Cabbage Patch, and baby dolls; doll cradle, doll bed, and doll high chair. Kathryn Harvard Thomasville 229-2261357
Cypress clocks, various sizes and shapes, call or email for photos and prices: nmeyersjr@gmail.com. Neal Meyers White 770-865-6701
Dbl. folded crocheted top refrigerator towels, $5 each, plus postage. Bertha Crisp Blairsville 706-745-4563
Doll clothes for 15" (Bitty Baby and Twins), 18" (American Girl) & 23" (My Twinn), send business SASE for catalog; specify doll, email churst12@bellsouth.net. Cathy Hurst 2300 Turtle Creek Way Lawrenceville 30043 678-407-9071
Dried money plant arrangement, no shipping, large full bunch, $6/bunch; dried Hydrangea, beautiful blooms, $1.25 per stem. E. Beach Duluth 770-476-1163
Hand crocheted afghans, ladies foot warmer shoes, etc., made to order. Mrs. J.M. Eure 1429 Ridgewood Dr. Augusta 30909 706-738-1787
Hand knit dish rags, all colors, make great gifts, 100% cotton, 1/$3.50; 3/$10; 5/$15. Marty Mitchell 4158 Howell Ferry Rd. Duluth 30096 770-497-1067
Homemade baby quilts, crib size, great size for lap quilts and toddler beds, specify your colors, $55; name, $7; small pillow, $5; large burp cloths, $4; w/name, $7. Anita Johnson Oglethorpe 478-472-8762
Lapghans, $40; small gift bags, $3 up; Bearhead pins, $2 up; all crocheted, call for info & colors. Melba Maxson Hampton 770289-0799
Oil portrait from your photo--homes, people, pets; 11" x 14" $85; 16" x 20", $160; 20" x 24", $240. C. Huffman 243 Jack Maddox Bridge Rd. Jackson 30233 770-775-6768
Old fashioned rabbit boxes, stick trigger set-up, $20 + $7 shipping; cedar blue bird houses, BBA plans, clean out lid, $15 + $6 shipping. Donald Allen 3647 Spain Rd. Snellville 30039 404-578-7758

Old timey brush, brooms, walking sticks/ walking canes, each handcrafted w/ different woods, can be made to the length you need. Willie Harrell Pearson 912-422-3520
Raggedy Ann & Andy dolls, 25", $30 ea., plus $7/shipping, all handmade, no paints, beautifully dressed, original 1970 pattern. B. Hopkins 914 E. 28th St. Tifton 31794 229382-2310
Raw wool fleece from Jacob crossed, not skirted, asking $20 per fleece, contact for more information. Benny Peck Alto 770-7122969 770-869-9587
Someone to make towel jackets. Frances Gilmer Warrenton 706-465-3143
Spinners and crafters: raw pygora fleece available, $4 per ounce, mjbeaty@ bellsouth.net. Jill Beaty Cumming 678-9239668
Two hand-made queen-size patchwork quilts, can email pictures if contacted, $225 each, I pay shipping in Ga., great Christmas gifts. Annell Smith Cartersville 770-382-1056
Wanted: someone to cane bottom 5-6 chairs, need to pickup and deliver. Pam Griggs 15 Griggs Lane Rock Springs 30739 706-764-1873
Your name in filet crochet, white or ecru, $25 ea. Claudia Owens 7888 Parkside Circle Donalsonville 39845 229-861-2626
Next Handicraft Edition
Scheduled for January 11
The next handicraft edition for the Market Bulletin is scheduled for January 11. The deadline for handicraft ads for this edition is December 28.
All items advertised in the Handicraft category must be handmade by the advertiser and not purchased for resale.
Handicraft ads are limited to 30 words and must be in compliance with all other advertising guidelines (see page 2).

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