Established in 1874 The Georgia Department of Agriculture was established in 1874. We are the oldest state department of agriculture in the United States. Tyler Harper is the current Commissioner. The Georgia Department of Agriculture helps farmers, consumers, and businesses. We regulate animals, food, fuel, plants, soil, and pesticides produced or sold within the State of Georgia.
Georgia Grown! Georgia Grown is a program designed to help businesses with a vested interest in Georgia's agriculture become even more successful. Visit us online, and visit our store at www.georgiagrownstore.com. Call the Georgia Department of Agriculture during regular business hours, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. It is our goal to quickly connect you to the appropriate person(s) that can assist you with your individual needs. If a person is not immediately available, we will return your call as quickly as possible. We believe when you contact your Department of Agriculture, you should be able to talk directly to the person who can give you the individual attention that you deserve and expect.
Address: 19 Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr, SW. Atlanta, GA 30334Email: email@example.com Contact: Commissioner Gary W. Black Phone: (404) 656-3600 FAX: