The Northwest Georgia Livestock Pavilion, a one building complex under the jurisdiction of the county's extension coordinator and owned by the University of Georgia, is used for agriculture, horticulture, and livestock purposes. This facility is one of two in the state to be used for the annual bull test station and the annual HERD program which is a heifer evaluation program. The pavilion also hosts various national and regional shows including goat, steer, lamb, master gardener, and lawn and garden shows. The 4-H and FFA clubs use this facility for their programs and shows. The county contributes utility expenses and performs maintenance to this facility.