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2017 Ag Forecast Schedule

  • Wednesday, January 18: Macon (GA Farm Bureau Building)
  • Thursday, January 19: Marietta (Cobb County Civic Center)
  • Friday, January 20: Carrollton (Carroll County Ag Center)
  • Monday, January 23: Tifton (UGA Tifton Campus Conference Center)
  • Tuesday, January 24: Bainbridge (Decatur County Ag Center)
  • Wednesday, January 25: Lyons (Toombs County Ag Center)
  • Thursday, January 26: Waynesboro (Burke County Office Park)
  • Friday, January 27: Athens (Georgia Center for Continuing Education)

About Georgia Ag Forecast

Predicting markets and preparing for the next growing season can be a tough job, and that's where we can help.

Georgia Ag Forecast is an annual seminar series presented by the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences in partnership with Georgia Farm Bureau and the Georgia Department of Agriculture.

UGA, the state's land-grant and flagship institution, is committed to sharing the latest research and information to help Georgia farmers and agribusinesses. Join our economists as they give an outlook of agricultural markets for the coming year. Participants will get to network with UGA faculty and UGA Cooperative Extension agents, local producers and other stakeholders, and will leave the meeting with a copy of the 2016 Georgia Ag Forecast book, which is designed to provide a detailed analysis of major commodities produced in the state.

Georgia Ag Forecast is organized by the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. This event is made possible through the Georgia Farm Bureau Land Grant University Lecture Series Endowment and supported by the Georgia Department of Agriculture and the Georgia Agribusiness Council.

Inclement Weather Policy

The UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences reserves the right to reschedule or cancel Ag Forecast seminars in cases of inclement weather, such as snow, ice or very severe storms. Seminars will be canceled if the local public school system is closed on the day of the seminar due to inclement weather. Ag Forecast organizers will email cancellation notifications to registered participants using the email address provided during registration. In addition, cancellations will be posted on the Ag Forecast website Organizers will try to reschedule cancelled seminars, but in situations where seminars cannot be rescheduled, refunds will be issued.

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