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Jul 17, 2018
AgPack Strong: A Family Affair
Ag Institute grad Jeremiah Jones raises Animal Welfare Approved free-range hogs; grows and processes his own feed; operates a non-GMO soybean processing facility for local farmers and is president of the North Carolina Natural Hog Growers Association. We caught up with Jeremiah and his wife Jessica (also a CALS grad) to learn more about their family farm and why they love what they do.
'Don't be Afraid of Change'
CALS grad Nelson Powell (at left) never planned on a career in agriculture — until he enrolled in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics and discovered a new passion.
Leading the Way
NC State ag research has a massive economic impact on rural North Carolina.
The Covington sweet potato, developed at NC State, makes up 20% of the U.S. sweet potato market.
CALS research has generated more than $25 million in licensing revenue since 2011.
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From Factory Floor to Honors Student
From teenage packing plant worker to animal science student and mentor, Sampson County’s Selena Ibarra is a first-generation college student who refused to quit.
You Tell Us: What Do You Want To See In Rural NC’s Future?
We asked CALS friends and stakeholders across the state: What do you want to see in rural North Carolina's future? How can CALS help?