2020 Caneberry Survey on Pricing, COVID-19 Impacts
This year, additional questions have been added to the survey to capture the impact of COVID-19 on caneberry prices and caneberry operations.
Got PPP Funds? Make Sure You’re Tracking Those Dollars
In June or July, the goal should be to have all the documentation at your fingertips to help make it easier for you to substantiate and maximize your loan forgiveness.
PIGGOTT: COVID-19 COULD HAVE LONG-TERM EFFECTS ON AG
In a new report from North Carolina State University, economist Nick Piggott says the pandemic’s impact on agriculture and food systems in North Carolina and the United States could be staggering.
New: 2020 Sweet Potato Enterprise Budget
Enterprise budgets help NC growers make informed planting and budgeting decisions for their operations.
Trying to improve local grain basis in North Carolina as deficit grows
A summit this past summer between three North Carolina commodity groups representing corn, soybeans and small grains and three major pork and poultry companies helped move the needle in the right direction.
Piggott Presents at the Joint Commodity Conference
Dr. Nick Piggott spoke on trade, risks and the feed grains deficit in North Carolina.
Introducing Dr. Daniel Tregeagle
Find out more about ARE's newest faculty member.
Progression to total conservation tillage took time, but no regrets
Donny and Mark Lassiter are committed to conservation every step of the way.
Guide to Understanding & Evaluating Hemp Contracts in North Carolina
This guide provides a brief overview of common provisions currently offered in hemp contracts, as well as some provisions to be cautious of.
Southern Farmers Reckon With Push to Raise Tobacco-Buying Age
Blake Brown, an economics professor at North Carolina State University’s cooperative extension, said T-21 marks the latest in a long line of threats that have chiseled into the once vibrant trade.