Upcoming Events



Soil Sampling Lunch and Learn

Soil Sampling, ACES, Bibb County, shovel and pot clip art

FREE ADMISSION

Soil Sampling LUNCH & LEARN

Friday, October 20, 2017  –   11:30am – 12:30pm

Brent-Centreville Public Library – Basement

This lunch and learn program is for anyone that wants to learn the correct way to collect a soil sample and how to use the soil test report. The program will cover Soil PH, Soil Groups, Nutrient Rating, Lime Recommendation, and Fertilization recommendation. Please feel free to bring your lunch and join us! There is no cost to attend, but please call the Bibb County Extension Office to register at 205-926-4310.

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Farm Tax Workshop

Farm Tax Workshop

Farm Tax Workshop  –  Thursday, October 5  –  6:00-8:00 P.M.

ALFA Insurance, 1101 Walnut Street, Centreville

Sponsored by Bibb County Farmers Federation

A light dinner will be provided.

The Alabama Cooperative Extension System is offering workshops on income tax for agricultural operations.  The program will include a review of Schedule F and how to report income as well as some tax planning techniques.  For more information click on RELEASE.  The workshop is FREE but please register or to get more information by calling the Bibb County Extension Office at 205-926-4310.

Education and Training

Rudy Yates and Pesticide Meeting

Alabama Extension offers row crop and livestock producers information on production and risk management through regional educational programs and field visits to Bibb County clients. Pesticide training by Extension Agents is available in Bibb County and surrounding areas to agricultural producers, landowners and homeowners who need a private applicator permit, as required by state law, to reduce or eliminate plant or animal pests.

Agents Jonathan Gladney, Rudy Yates (pictured) and Andrew Baril are ready and willing to serve Bibb County’s needs in those and many other areas. These agents are also available by phone, email and in person to assist producers with questions concerning production practices and pest management.