Georgia Farm Monitor
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The Farm Monitor shines a light on Southeastern agriculture and is the only weekly news and information program dedicated to Georgia’s largest and most important industry: agriculture.

Each week, our staff travels the state and nation to cover stories of interest to farmers and consumers. While Georgia agriculture and farming are the show’s main focus, we also bring you national agriculture issues, consumer information, cooking segments and entertaining feature stories about rural life and interesting people. read more

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