Branan Discusses Farm Nuisance at American Agricultural Law Association Annual Meeting
Oral arguments in the hog nuisance appeal will be heard January 28-31, 2020.
Branan Discusses Employment Law Issues at Carolina Meat Conference
See Andrew's presentation on farm labor at animal operations.
Piggott Presents to House Ag Committee
Nick gave his presentation, "US and NC Agricultural Outlook," to the House Ag Committee.
Grainger Thanks Board of Directors for Georgia Fruit & Vegetable Growers Association
Michelle Grainger, Managing Director of the Executive Farm Management Program, thanked the board for their support during the program's expansion into SC and GA.
North Carolina’s Livestock Numbers, Feed Needs, and Transportation Logistics
New information is available on the livestock losses and feed requirements for remaining broilers, turkeys and hogs.
New Multi-Modal Freight Transportation Map
The map shows the multi-modal freight transportation system is connected within the state.
2019 Executive Farm Management Program Registration is Now Open
Do you want to grow your business? Don't delay, register today for our 2019 program.
Walden: How Would Ending NAFTA Impact the North Carolina Economy?
If efforts to rewrite the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) fail, there is a possibility the trade pact will be ended. If NAFTA is terminated, what would be the likely impacts on economic production and employment in North Carolina?
Branan Provides Ag. Law Perspective to Hog Nuisance Trial Analysis
“What the plaintiffs did in their complaint was lay out factually how the farmer in these arrangements doesn’t really do enough to be found liable for damages,” North Carolina State University ag and environmental law professor Andrew Branan said.