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Now in our 51st year, the Georgia Farm Monitor is the only national and state weekly news and information television program dedicated to Georgia's largest industry - agriculture. In that time we've produced more than 2,500 weekly episodes!

 

 

About The Monitor

 

Watch the latest episode of the Georgia Farm Monitor online right now!The Georgia Farm Monitor is produced by the Georgia Farm Bureau, the state's largest general farm organization. From our offices in Macon, the Farm Monitor staff travels the state, the Southeast and to other parts of the country to cover stories of interest to farmers and consumers in this entertaining and informative 30-minute program.

 

While the program focuses on agriculture with the Georgia and Southeastern farmer in mind, national ag issues, consumer information and interesting feature stories about rural life and people are also part of the show each week.

 

The show is seen on a network of thirteen stations across Georgia, as well as nationally on the RFD-TV Network.

 

To find a Farm Monitor station near you, visit this page.

 

 

 

Follow Us!

 

You can keep up with the latest news and events concerning Georgia agriculture by following the Georgia Farm Monitor on social media. Just click the images below.. we'd love to have you as a follower!

 

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Monitor History

 

The Monitor has been on the air since 1966, when it began as a joint production of Georgia Farm Bureau and WMAZ-TV in Macon. As the show and staff grew, it eventually moved to its own production studios in the Georgia Farm Bureau state headquarters in 1978 and began adding other TV stations.

 

Starting in 2000, the Georgia Farm Monitor was one of the first programs to begin airing nationally on the RFD-TV Network, which originates in Nashville, Tennessee. It now airs twice each week on RFD-TV.

 

In 2011, the Farm Monitor began production in high-definition.

 

 

 

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