Economic importance of the Georgia dairy industry
McKissick, John C.
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Dairy production in Georgia is concentrated in specific areas of the state. Agricultural regions in Georgia are characterized by geography, soil types, and commodities produced. Concentrations of milk cows can be classified as in the northeast, central, southwest, and southeast. The southeastern region has a group of counties in the upper region and another group in the lower region. Although value of production is not a large percentage of total state farm output, dairy production sales are important in selected regions of Georgia.