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There were almost 800,000 acres of peanuts grown in Georgia in 2015. CAES News
Ag Forecast: Peanuts
University of Georgia agricultural experts will give a forecast of agriculture in the coming year at a series of events set across the state in January. The new year looks bright for Georgia livestock producers, but not for many row crop farmers.
Animal and Dairy Sciences major Amy Harding offers hay to one of the UGA Dairy Teaching Dairy's new Jersey heifers. CAES News
Jersey Cattle
For those who haven’t spent much time with dairy cattle, cows may seem like a pretty predictable bunch.
Ryan Crowe debones a chuck at the University of Georgia Meat Science Technology Center on the campus in Athens. Students learn all about meat processing, from harvest to the table, and the public can purchase high quality meats. CAES News
Meat Store
A fully functional harvesting and processing facility, the University of Georgia Meat Science Technology Center is used to facilitate teaching, research and outreach at the university while harvesting and processing 100-140 cattle, 240 hogs and 30 sheep annually.
Kavi, a 13-year-old male Sumatran tiger, traveled back to Zoo Atlanta in March 2014 after nearly two years at Smithsonian's National Zoological Park. ( CAES News
Breeding Tigers
Less than four years ago, the University of Georgia's Franklin West, an assistant professor, and Steven Stice, director of the Regenerative Bioscience Center, contacted Zoo Atlanta about the possibility of producing a bank of stem cells from two species in danger of extinction: the Sumatran tiger and the clouded leopard.
Laura Perry Johnson is associate dean for Extension in the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. CAES News
New Extension Leader
J. Scott Angle, dean and director of the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, announced today that Laura Perry Johnson will become the Associate Dean of Extension beginning Jan. 1, 2015.
Rows of forage sorghum regrowth after the first cutting. CAES News
Forage Sorghum

University of Georgia researchers are researching drought-tolerant, alternative forages for the state’s dairy producers to help safeguard their feed supply and save money.

Pictured are dairy cattle on the UGA Tifton Campus. CAES News
Dairy farmer protection
To help Georgia dairymen understand new regulations handed down by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), University of Georgia Extension has scheduled an educational session for Tuesday, Nov. 18, at the McGill Woodruff Agricultural Center in Washington, Ga.
Green acorns lie beneath a tree on the University of Georgia campus in Tifton, Ga. Many species of wildlife can eat acorns with no ill effects, but cows can contract acorn poisoning from eating too many - especially the green ones. CAES News
No green acorns
Squirrels, birds and small wildlife are known to dine on acorns. Cows, on the other hand, can eat a few acorns, but too many can cause deadly acorn—or “Quercus”—poisoning.
Ross Oglesby works on a seal for the Sunbelt Expo Spotlight State Building. CAES News
Sunbelt Seals
A graduate of the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences is etched into Sunbelt Agricultural Exposition history.