BAINBRIDGE, Ga. – Best Overall photo contest winner Callie Hendrix caught quite the lucky shot when photographing “Toad in a Hole.” She told us: “I just happened to be walking to my car one afternoon and saw the toad sitting there, so I went back inside to grab my camera and what a shot it was!"
BAINBRIDGE – Southwest Georgia Farm Credit today presented Bainbridge High School senior Sarah Michael Farrington a $1,000 scholarship to pursue her college education. Ms. Farrington plans to attend the University of Georgia to pursue a degree in the area of Environmental Science.
Southwest Georgia Farm Credit is offering a free financial training workshop for young, beginning, small and minority farmers called "AgAware."
There's no doubt that people want to know the origins of their food, and that locally grown food is one of the fastest growing segments of U.S. agriculture.
Southwest Georgia Farm Credit celebrated 100 years of support to rural America and agriculture at its Annual Stockholders' Meeting held yesterday at the Hilton Garden Inn.