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We think about rain being beneficial when it comes to growing crops, but sometimes you can have too much of a good thing.

First Quarter Fiscal Year 2019 Highlights Net income attributable to common shareholder of $137 million; excluding special items, net income increased 10% YoY Adjusted EBITDA increased 15% YoY to...

If you’re like many people, when you hear the word “aluminum”, you think of everyday convenience items that, while incredibly useful, don’t exactly convey a high-strength image. And it’s true – aluminum is a highly versatile metal – meaning it can be processed to be thin, lightweight, bendable and even crushable by human hands
What’s less well-understood is that aluminum can also be some of the…

In today’s economy, having a good job is priceless, and the market is competitive for new hires. If you are looking for a new job, you’re right to pay attention to your public profile and make yourself as attractive to potential companies as possible. And while cleaning up your social media and brushing up your …

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While the government's effort to house eruption evacuees is still in the planning phase one private landowner on the other side of Hawaii Island is making it happen on her own.

From remote moisture sensors that produce a real-time feed of soil conditions to drones that use optical data to spot plant disease, new streams of data will fuel the next green revolution. Remote sensing technologies will offer farmers the ability to customize irrigation and fertilizer applications for areas that have unique characteristics within fields, which …

In the world of estate planning, there are dozens of different documents that cover a wide range of needs. Many people are familiar with wills and advanced healthcare directives, since these apply to the vast majority of individuals. However, there is another important aspect of estate planning that too many people assume isn’t useful for …

UGA College of Ag Economists outline pertinent information farmers need to know & act on if the spring rains have prevented them from planting their row crops

Farmers all over Southwest Georgia are starting to get nervous as the amount of rainfall the area received in May is destroying crops and setting them back in production.

According to the Georgia Crop Progress and Condition Report, issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture National Agricultural Statistics Service, 73 percent of this year’s peanut crop has been planted.

Here's how to wash your car quickly and properly in just 15 minutes, without having to break out the tools and buckets.

Having any kind of interaction with law enforcement can be stressful, whether you believe yourself to be innocent or not. When you’re confronted with police questioning, it can be difficult to keep your cool, or to remember what rights you have in this situation. Too often, people incriminate themselves, or say the wrong things, and …

Novelis Inc has said it will double its automotive aluminium body sheet capacity at its Changzhou facility in China.

Aluminum is everywhere—literally. The most abundant, naturally occurring metal in the earth’s crust, aluminum is an essential element of modern life. Virtually every person in the United States, and indeed most of the world, uses aluminum every single day
The metal is so ubiquitous that many of us don’t even realize how often it touches our lives. In fact, people use more aluminum today than at…

Macon, GA - Living to Serve. It's the last three words in the FFA motto, and it was put into practice on the first day of convention, as high school students from all over the state volunteered their time in the Macon community that served as their host for the weekend. “Roughly 800 FFA members of the approximately

Macon, GA - It was a celebration of the past and present at this year’s Georgia FFA convention as the organization celebrated 90 years since its beginning, allowing the current FFA students to get to see how the organization has changed into what it is today. “I think it’s neat for the students to understand that we

With the farm bill (H.R. 2) expected on the House floor in the next few weeks, farmers, ranchers and many others are urging lawmakers to protect crop insurance.

What's your beef? If there's some on your dinner plate, it most likely didn't come from a Georgia-processed cow.
This despite the fact there are more than

Annual educational conference and tradeshow for professional craft brewers. Over 10,000 industry professional in attendance.

(Washington, D.C., April 25, 2018) – U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue commemorated his first year at the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) today by releasing a new interactive website and USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue: Year One video. In his first year, Secretary Perdue and the USDA team made breakthroughs in agricultural trade, moved to reduce burdensome regulations, responded to natural disasters, and battled through the…

Livestock stakeholders, Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agricenter board members and state officials break ground in April 11 ceremony.

County Farm Bureaus, FFA and 4-H chapters eligible for grants to support classroom education, consumer awareness or leadership development

Bill would include cotton eligibility for commodity programs. Current farm bill expires Sept. 30

WATKINSVILLE, GA - Since the advent of time, farmers have relied heavily on their trusty knife as an important tool of the trade. From a tiny pocket knife to a custom blade it is pretty much with them at all times, but do they know the history behind that knife or the incredible effort it takes to forge one? Daniel

HIRAM, GA - It’s not a sight that you see every day – kids - outside, and actually enjoying being there, but at McGarity Elementary School, and also in schools all around the state, it’s becoming a common occurrence; all thanks to school gardens just like this one that have been popping up the past couple of years.

Quilting is an art form that's been passed down for many generations, but what used to be a necessity to help keep families warm is now mostly a hobby. We vi...

Novelis is supplying aluminum for the new 2018 Jeep Wrangler. The use of lightweight, high-strength aluminum for closures, which includes parts of the doors, fenders, swing gate, and windshield surround, reduces weight and boosts fuel economy, helping make it the most capable and fuel-efficient Wrangler ever produced by FCA US...