Stories From Sep 2018
You Decide: What is the Path of Hurricane Recovery?
Hurricane Florence will likely go down as one of the most damaging storms to ever hit North Carolina, so what will the path to recovery look like? CALS Professor Mike Walden weighs in.
Economic Perspective: State Regulatory Review
Government regulation and deregulation is an ongoing matter in the political world. How has North Carolina been acting in that field over time?
What’s the Value of Lost Recreation Days from the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill?
Roger von Haefen co-authored a paper recently published in the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management titled “Estimating the Value of Lost Recreation Days from the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill.”
North Carolina’s Livestock Numbers, Feed Needs, and Transportation Logistics
New information is available on the livestock losses after Hurricane Florence and feed requirements for remaining broilers, turkeys and hogs.
Executive Farm Management Program Expanding in 2019
The Executive Farm Management Program that started in North Carolina is growing, with some of the Southeast’s leading management experts joining the NC State and East Carolina University team that launched the program last year.
Brooke Harward, an ABM alum, is one of 5 sisters who run a cattle farm in Richfield, North Carolina.
Economic Perspective: Regional Economic Growth in North Carolina
The race for job growth across North Carolina is always heated, but is there a shake-up in the front-runners this year?
“What Can I Do To Be Marketable?”: Bayer CropScience’s Katelyn Thomas
ARE grad: "Internships were pivotal."
Marketing Flooded Grain after Florence
At a time when many may be wondering whether crops are salvageable and how to work with insurance agents to ensure that the best possible outcome is reached, Piggott breaks down the process of evaluating whether to harvest and how to calculate potential losses.
In the Aftermath of Hurricane Florence: What do Farmers with Crop Insurance need to do?
Rod ReJesus recommends actions for farmers with crop insurances.