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If you are a farmer we are here for you!

The AgriUnity Group was founded by three Georgia farmers and inspired by a 4th-generation farmer, Handy Kennedy Jr, who is a descendent of HK Farm, LLC. The HK Farm’s agriculture legacy started in 1869 by Handy and Jane Kennedy four years after the Emancipation Proclamation was signed by Abraham Lincoln. Handy Kennedy Jr. had the vision to create an agriculture group that provides a comprehensive Agriculture’s Vertical Integration Model to provide solutions for small farmers that have been historically marginalized. To execute this vision, a close-knit group of professionals have dedicated their expertise, passion and time to advocate and bring this vision to life for the minority farm holding communities. It is with great pleasure we invite you to learn more about The AgriUnity Group’s agricultural model and programs.

What inspires us?

Our Mission

Our Mission to build sustainable economic empowerment among historically marginalized farmers so that they may leave legacies for their families, communities and culture.

What drives us?

Our Values

We are committed to the following founding principles: Transparency, Teamwork, Integrity, Service, Commitment

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Check out some of our resources we find helpful for farmers. Whether new or seasoned farmers we think these could be useful. If you have any favorites of your own that you would like featured, feel free to email them to admin@agriunity.org.

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FVSU collaborates with UGA, AgriUnity, and Georgia Cattlemen’s Association to train farmers.

Jun. 29, 2021 Amos Lawrence, a farmer from Taylor County, deworms a cow during a demonstration at the Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) Certification Training in Cobbtown, Georgia June 19. by Russell Boone More than 63 farmers interested in beginning or improving their beef cattle production recently attended a workshop called, Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) Certification […]

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It is our mission to build sustainable economic empowerment among historically marginalized farmers so that they may leave legacies for their families, communities and culture.

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Phone: 470-519-0949

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