The Farmers and Consumers Market Bulletin, published every two weeks by the Georgia Department of Agriculture, is Georgia’s premier agricultural newspaper. Whether you’re looking for farms to pick your own produce or seeing who’s selling cattle, the Market Bulletin has something for everyone.
What You Should Know:
- Online-only subscriptions are $5 per year. Print subscriptions (which include online access as well) are $10 per year.
- To subscribe to the Market Bulletin or renew an existing subscription, visit their website to pay by electronic check, debit or credit card. Check payments made out to the Georgia Department of Agriculture can be mailed in to:
Georgia Department of Agriculture
Attn: Market Bulletin
PO Box 742510
Atlanta, GA 30374
Non-subscribers can view a select list of stories and columns from the Market Bulletin on their website as well.
How do I submit an advertisement?
Only subscribers are allowed to advertise in the Market Bulletin. Aside from special editions, ads must be limited to 20 words, including name and telephone number. To submit your advertisement online, visit their website and fill out the ad form. Ad forms can also be mailed in to:
9 Martin Luther King Dr. SW
Atlanta, GA 30334
When are special editions published?
Farm services, handicrafts and farmland rent or lease ads are published once a month. Certain categories of equine ads are published quarterly, and the farmland for sale ads are published twice a year. Pick-your-own farm listings are published periodically throughout the year.
Source: Department of Agriculture. This information was prepared as a public service of the State of Georgia to provide general information, not to advise on any specific legal problem. It is not, and cannot be construed to be, legal advice. If you have questions regarding any matter contained on this page, please speak with the agency that is the source of the information.