Georgia's food stamp recipients can double their dollars at participating local farmer's markets.
Georgia's watermelon farmers have gotten creative in order to protect their crops.
What does a "State Veterinarian" do exactly?
During the school year, more than 900,000 Georgia children meet requirements for free or reduced breakfasts and lunches. But…what happens in the summer?
Learn how a variety of Georgia agencies are working together to protect the public from foodborne illnesses.
Georgia offers resources for those who have questions about pest control.
Know the difference between organic and natural foods.
"FOOD RECALL" – two words with immediate consequences. Every day, food products are recalled for a variety of reasons.
Starting this Friday, University of Georgia agronomists and economists will meet with farmers to discuss this year's outlook for the growing season.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has anticipated this year’s peanut growth in Georgia will not only be better than 2011, but could break records, despite the summer’s drought and increased fuel and fertilizer costs.