WHE THER YOU ARE looking to start a small
flock, or you are a current commercial
grower, the poultry barn is the place to be
at this year’s Sunbelt Ag Expo.
The building will display new equipment
for commercial poultry houses as well as
smaller poultry producers. The 2019 seminar
is geared toward the smaller poultry producer,
people wanting to begin a backyard coop and
chicken enthusiasts. However, the disease
and biosecurity presentations will be helpful
to any poultry producers.
If you have attended in years past,
it should be no surprise there will be
presentations provided by experts from the
University of Georgia (UGA) poultry science
department. Auburn University experts and
a representative from the Georgia Poultry
Lab Network will accompany those from UGA
to provide you with up-to-date information
in the poultry industry. Plus, representatives
from the Georgia Poultry Lab will be on-site to provide current information on bird
health issues, vaccination schedules, flock
evaluation, and much more.
Dr. Claudia Dunkley, Extension poultry
scientist at UGA, expresses she is most
excited about “educating new and current
poultry producers” at this year’s show.
Presentations in the poultry barn will
include topics like, how to make an egg,
processing a small flock, behavior in
backyard flocks, starting a small layer flock,
No matter your age, current occupation,
or season of life, the poultry barn has
something for everyone. You will find
a wealth of information from some of
the industry’s top leaders, which can be
beneficial to anyone interested in poultry.
Be sure to stop by and visit.
The poultry barn is located in the back
of the Expo grounds near the livestock
buildings. Download the official Sunbelt
Ag Expo mobile app to find a map and full
schedule of events happening in the barn.
You won’t want to miss this!
Poultry Barn is the place to be
the horse barn for a meet and greet with the queens.
• Teeny Miss Sunbelt Expo Rodeo Princess: Sawyer Kate
Brannan from Register, Ga.
• Tiny Miss Sunbelt Expo Rodeo Princess: Liddie Harrell from
• Little Miss Sunbelt Expo Rodeo Princess: Chloe Crawford
from Pavo, Ga.
• Junior Miss Sunbelt Expo Rodeo Princess: Gracie Davis from
• Miss Spirit of Sunbelt Expo Rodeo Princess: Bronlin Willow
Reddock from Leesburg, Ga.
• Miss Sunbelt Expo Rodeo Princess: Jamie Parker from
• Miss Sunbelt Expo Rodeo Queen: Sarah Larson from
Leesburg, Ga. ANALISE GRANGER
• Pull behind a lead tillage tool or by itself for faster planting of value-adding cover crops.
• Works the seed into the soil for a more consistent stand than traditional broadcasting.
• 40. 5 cubic foot hopper capacity, standard roll-tarp, side-viewing windows and indicator lights.
• Hydraulic rate control requires 22 gpm flow and features in-cab shut off.
• Powered by a reliable air-delivery system that sends seed to the conically shaped
deflectors for even seed distribution.
Field planted with Rolling Harrow
Cover Crop Seeder
See us at Sunbelt Expo, Booth D- 3 127C