Georgia lawmakers wrapped up the 2017 session during the early morning hours last Friday and overall, it was a good 40-day run for the agriculture industry. From initiatives that affect rural Georgia, to liability protections for livestock management practices, to state budget support of agriculture programs and projects, Bryan Tolar with the Georgia Agribusiness Council says agriculture fared well during this year’s session.
Tolar said there is much to like about the final outcome of agribusiness bills of interest. For a comprehensive look at what transpired during this year’s legislative session, go to the Georgia Agribusiness Council’s website.
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