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Kelly Zering

Professor and Extension Specialist

Nelson Hall 3328

919.515.6089

Kelly Zering is a professor and extension specialist. He has 33 years of experience conducting applied research and extension programs in North Carolina. His current focus is on the economics of existing and emerging biological and man-made systems. Specific sub-topics include the economics of pigs and pork production and markets, the economics of managing organic residuals including manure and food waste, the economics of renewable energy production and markets, and the economics of sustainable bio-based production and marketing systems. He teaches an on-line course titled Swine Markets and Risk as part of the Ag-Idea and Swine Science Online certificate program. He will teach a new course in Spring 2018 titled Agribusiness New Venture Development. Since 2014, he has been developing management information systems for bio-based supply chains. This work includes original predictive algorithms derived from structural analytics, exploits multiple data streams big and small, and produces real-time sustainability, profit and risk based support for decision makers in all levels of bio-based supply chains.

 

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