Income from NC Food, Fiber and Forestry Industries Grows
Over 17%, or $95.9 billion of the $562 billion gross state product, was contributed by value-added income from food, natural fiber and forestry industries in 2019.
Replacing just-in-time with just-in-case
“I believe a lot of people are shifting away from just-in-time inventory management,” said Schweizer during the Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank’s annual agricultural economics conference.
Locally-Sourced Foods Gaining Popularity
Daniel Tregeagle explained recent trends in the local foods market on Good Day Charlotte.
2021 Wheat Prices Shaping Up for a Banner Year for North Carolina Wheat Farmers
Wheat growers should consider their marketing plan now to take advantage of high futures.
Insurance: Overview of Crop, Liability and Property Insurance Options
Watch Andrew Branan and Rod Rejesus provide current information about insurance options for the farm.
NC Farm School Helps Farms Get Off to a Solid Start
NC Farm School, offered by NC State University, helps get farms off to a solid start.
NC Soybean Producers Association Partners with Executive Farm Management Program
North Carolina soybean growers will receive a $200 tuition credit for the EFM Bootcamp from the NC Soybean Producers Association.
Specialty Crops in 2020: COVID-19 and Other Challenges
Daniel Tregeagle highlights the impact of COVID-19 on specialty crops and shares results from a recent survey of caneberry growers.
In North Carolina, A Tater Tale
Sweet potato production is a $350 million slice of North Carolina’s $92 billion agriculture industry, according to N.C. State University economist Daniel Tregeagle, an extension expert in specialty crops.
2020 Tobacco Situation & Outlook
Bryant Spivey, Johnston County Extension Director, hosted Blake Brown's 2020 tobacco outlook.