NCSFMRA: Photos From Hyde County Summer Tour 2023
Led by Associate Extension Professor Andrew Branan, members of the North Carolina Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers participated in a tour of select sites in “far eastern” North Carolina this past summer.
The Hands That Feed Us
Alejandro Gutierrez-Li leads the Agricultural Labor Extension Program, a novel effort to address labor issues in North Carolina and the Southeast.
You Decide: Is There a Winner in the Debate Over Taxes?
Economist Mike Walden shares why there are disagreements about taxes, including conversations related to fairness, income distribution and economic growth.
Customer Service with Precision
Coastal AgroBusiness intern and AGI student Hunter Williams is learning the value of customer service while working alongside CALS alumni in precision agriculture.
Internship Spotlight: Kaylie Pender
A junior in Ag Business Management, Kaylie Pender has used her internship with Caterpillar to narrow down her interests and explore potential careers available within marketing.
Climate Change Harming World’s Food Supply With Corn, Wheat Harvests Impacted
Experts are warning climate change and an increase in the frequency of extreme weather events could have devastating effects on global food production. Rod Rejesus joined CBS News to discuss some impacts already being felt.
You Decide: Is It a Bird, a Plane or the Crazy Economy?
Economist Mike Walden shares ideas about where the economy is headed and explains popular terms you may be hearing.
ABM Office of Student Mentoring Expands Peer Mentoring Program
After a successful first year, the Office of Student Mentoring is excited to offer the Peer Mentoring program for Agricultural Business Management Majors again during the upcoming school year.
The Climate Wrecking Ball Striking Food Supply
Extreme weather events and our warming planet are primed to strike commodities and the food supply like never before.
Advanced Agribusiness Marketing Course Offers Real Experience
In a collaboration with agribusiness firm JCB, ARE 412 students developed and presented real strategic marketing plans to company representatives.