ARE Welcomes New Faculty Members
We are excited to announce the addition of two new faculty members, Professor Spencer Banzhaf and Assistant Professor Edeoba Edobor.
ABM Alumnus Helps Introduce New Tobacco Crop in North Carolina
Jimbo Eggleston has helped farmers start growing Connecticut Broadleaf Tobacco in North Carolina and Virginia through his role as a leaf buyer at Hail & Cotton.
The State of North Carolina Agriculture
North Carolina’s agriculture and agribusiness industry remains a powerhouse, generating about one-sixth of the state’s income and jobs. In the latest episode of Farms, Food and You, hear more about a recently released industry snapshot and hear what farmers and others have to say about the state of the industry today.
Ag, Agribusiness Generate a Sixth of N.C. Income, Jobs
The latest figures from NC State University economist Mike Walden show the industry generates $92.7 billion in annual income to the state. However, the number for 2020 will likely fall due to COVID-19.
ARE Road Trip Down East
ARE students, faculty, staff and other ag-vocates boarded a bus bright and early on Tuesday, June 26th to visit three farming operations in Columbia, NC, located in Tyrrell County in the Northeastern area of the state.
Agribusiness in Italy Students Begin their Study Abroad
The course, led by ARE's Dr. Melissa Hendrickson, exposes students to international agribusiness, agrimarketing, agricultural education, and agricultural research.
Working on the Perfect Pitch
Agribusiness Entrepreneurship students practiced pitching their business ideas in front of their peers as well as members of the ag. community on April 23rd, 2018.
NC Ag Comes Together for New Venture
Biotech CEOs, agribusiness leaders, lenders, and entrepreneurs attended the events to learn more about the current successes of the program and its vision for the future.