Georgia Ag Week celebrates the many contributions of farmers | Features

Georgia’s farmers grow the crops, livestock, and timber that feed, clothe, and shelter us. That’s why the Georgia Farm Bureau and other agricultural organizations across the state will celebrate Georgia Ag Week March 20-24 and celebrate National Ag Day March 21st. This year marks the fiftieth anniversary of National Ag Day, which is traditionally celebrated on or around the first day. from spring.

“Not only do farmers feed, clothe, and house us, but they also provide a habitat for wildlife on their farms while protecting soil and water resources by using environmentally sustainable methods to grow their crops and livestock,” said Ross Moon, president of the Madison County Farm Office. . “During Georgia Ag Week, I encourage everyone to take a moment to reflect on what their lives would be like if we didn’t have growers.”