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Georgia Ag Forecast Meetings Start This Week
Starting this Friday, University of Georgia agronomists and economists will meet with farmers to discuss this year's outlook for the growing season. For farmers interested in international agribusiness, speakers from the Georgia Department of Economic Development will also be on hand to talk about global trade.
Registration costs $30 per person or $200 for a group, and you can sign up online for seminars in Athens, Rome, Macon, Tifton, Bainbridge and Lyons.
To find out who's speaking at this year's seminars and review presentations from past years, visit the 2013 Georgia Ag Forecast site.
Photo Courtesy Georgia Department of Economic Development
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