By the end of next year, livestock producers will only be able to deliver antibiotics in feed if they have a veterinarian’s prescription. And feed manufacturers will be limited in the claims that they can make about how an antibiotic will improve feeding efficiency or improve weight gain.
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- Accounting - Draffin & Tucker
- Adult Agricultural Education - Young Farmers
- Ag Banking - Ameris Bank
- Ag/Farm Supply - R W Griffin Companies
- AgriBusiness Representation - Georgia Agribusiness Council
- Agricultural Financing - Georgia Farm Credit
- Agriculture Attorney - Allen H. Olson
- Animal Health - Alltech
- Auction - Rebel Auction
- Chemical - Available
- Conference Center - UGA Tifton
- Cotton - Georgia Cotton Commission
- Education - Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College
- Equipment - United Rentals
- Equipment Financing - Cameron Financial
- Farm Equipment - Lasseter Equipment
- Fertilizer Distributor - R W Griffin Industries
- Forestry - Available
- Irrigation - Available
- Irrigation Monitoring - Available
- Loans - Available
- Peanut Equipment - Colombo NA
- Plant Nutrition - GrassHopper Fertilizer
- Plantation - Available
- Precision Agriculture - InfoAg 2015, July 28-30, St Louis
- Seed - DuPont Pioneer
- Soil Conditioner - Southland Organics
- Soil Fumigant - Telone
- Solar Power - Hannah Solar
- Technical College - Wiregrass
- Technology - Available
- Trucks - Franklin's Spring Creek Ford
- University Of Georgia - CAES