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UGA Cooperative Extension

Charlton County Extension Office

Wanted

You to join the Southeast Georgia Cattleman’s Association

Who is wanted: Anyone interested in learning about Cattle & Hay Production or supporters of the Cattle Industry

What you get from your $65.00 paid membership:

  • 4 free meals yearly at the quarterly meetings in Nahunta
  • Free subscription to Cattleman’s Magazine
  • Interesting speakers & topics such as Beef Cattle Management, Cattle Nutrition, Hay production, Pasture Pest Management
  • Experts and specialists willing to answer questions and provide assistance.

Contact the Brantley County Extension Office at 912-462-5724 or the Charlton County Extension Office at 912-496-2040 for more information on registration. 

Your annual $65.00 dues payment includes a free subscription to the Georgia Cattleman’s Magazine and dinner at the quarterly meetings held in Nahunta, GA.

Now is the time to test the soil before you plant your spring garden.

Cost is $10. per sample. Stop by the Extension Office to get a soil sample bag or just bring in a quart ziplock bag full of soil and someone will be glad to assist you.

 

Updates on the Swine Influenza Virus  

The following links have been sent to the Charlton County Extension Office concerning the Swine Influenza Virus.

For more information checkout this website: Southeast Health District--- www.sehdph.org

New Information

Check out the new gardening articles in the Agriculture & Natural Resources section.

Mission

Our mission is to extend lifelong learning to Georgia citizens through unbiased, research-based education in agriculture, the environment, communities, youth and families.

Address & Phone

Charlton County Extension
55 Kingsland Dr.
Folkston, GA 31537
912-496-2040
912-496-2364 - fax

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