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Welcome to Madison County!

Located only 17 miles northeast of Athens-Clarke County and the University of Georgia, Madison County covers 285 square miles in the Piedmont region of Northeast Georgia. Madison County's number one industry is agriculture. According to the 2014 UGA Farm Gate Report, Madison County is #1 in agricultural production, with a total farm gate value of more than $520 Million.

Much of the agriculture in the county is centered around Georgia's large poultry industry, but Madison County also has a diversified agriculture, with many acres devoted to beef cattle, goats, and sheep; hay, soybeans, and small grains; as well as timber production and several small vegetable farms that raise produce for farmers markets.


Upcoming Events

 

Ag Day 

 

Fencing for Forages

 

 

Madison County  District Match 

 

 


Madison County 4-H Fundraisers

The Madison County 4-H Club will be  having fundraisers for kids to attend 4-H activities this year.  Come out and support our kids as they work toward going to competition. 

Fundraisers will be held through out the county at local businesses.  Krispy Kreme donghnut sales will be held around the county. Kids will be at Colbert and Comer Bread Basket, Ingles in Hull, and the city hall parking lot in Danielsville. 

Come out and support these kids as they work very hard to raise funds for 4H activities this year. 


What is UGA Extension?

UGA Extension is a partnership (Cooperation) between The University of Georgia,
the U. S. Department of Agriculture, and individual counties. UGA Extension delivers current research conducted at universities and research farms to the citizens of each county based on their individual needs. This delivery system allows UGA Extension to be on the forefront of food safety, technology, research, and education; keeping Georgia’s economy strong and making life better for Georgians. Visit the UGA Extension website to find out more!


Extension News



  • Pecan Production Costs
  • Published 4/26/2017 by Clint Thompson
  • UGA Extension pecan specialist Lenny Wells says pecans have to be protected against insect pests and disease pressure.
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