The Sunbelt Ag Expo is coming up October 15-17 in Moultrie, GA – make plans to attend “North America’s Premier Farm Show”®. While you are at the Expo stop by the UF/IFAS building. This year the UF/IFAS building will feature five educational, interactive displays, each highlighting a topic relating to Florida’s Wildlife. The displays will be staffed by UF/IFAS Extension Agents and Specialists from across the state. UF’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) Ambassadors will also be there recruiting future Gators. In addition to the displays, their will be Florida orange juice and peanuts available for everyone who visits the UF/IFAS building.

The Sunbelt Ag Expo is an agricultural-based trade show held at Spence Field in Moultrie, Ga. Known as “North America’s Premier Farm Show”® the annual event has more than 1200 exhibitors showcasing the latest in farming technology. Whether you are a large acreage production farmer or a weekend lifestyle farmer the Expo is an event you don’t want to miss.

The Expo’s unique site has a 100-acre exhibit area adjoining a 600-acre working research farm. In the exhibit area, which includes both outdoor and indoor exhibits visitors will find every imaginable product or service a farm could ever need. In addition to the static exhibits visitors can attend educational, entertaining seminars and demonstrations offered in a variety of specialized areas. Visitors can ride take a tram from the exhibit area to the fields where cotton, peanuts, corn, soybeans, and hay are being harvested. These harvesting demonstrations, as well as tillage demonstrations, equipment driving ranges, irrigation technology and precision ag demonstrations all provide opportunities to see and compare a wide range of equipment in an actual working setting. Company representatives and specialists are in the fields to answer visitor questions. More information about the Sunbelt Ag Expo is availableat


Mark Mauldin

I am the Agriculture and Natural Resources agent in Washington County. My program areas include livestock and forage, row crops, and pond management.