James Vaughn named 2018 Georgia Farmer of the Year
Monroe County, Georgia, cattleman James Vaughn has been named the 2018 Georgia Farmer of the Year. He has grown Vaughn Farms from a 500-acre cattle farm to a 5,590-acre diversified farm operation. Vaughn and his family grow Bermuda grass hay, raise cattle for the specialized beef market, sell bred heifers and registered bulls, grow 4,000 acres of timber, and train cutting horses.
UGA Phenomics and Plant Robotics Center readies researchers for the intersection of big data, robotics and agriculture
Automated data collection and analysis pipelines are changing the way humans generate and use information. At the University of Georgia, researchers harness the power of advanced sensing, robotics and big-data analytics to change agriculture.
Gender in agriculture researcher to speak at CAES International Agriculture Day Lecture and Awards
Around the world, female farmers produce 20 to 30 percent less than their male counterparts, and experts believe that overcoming that gender gap will be key to feeding the world’s growing population.
Monroe County cattleman will represent Georgia in best southern farmer contest.Author: Sharon Dowdy Published 03/22/2018
Steve Stice accepts two awards presented to ArunA Biomedical and CMaT.Author: Allyson Mann Published 03/01/2018
Field day allowed Georgia cattlemen to experience UGA CAES research up close.Author: Clint Thompson, Julie Jernigan Published 02/28/2018
New animal and dairy science departmentAuthor: J. Faith Peppers Published 12/26/2017
Steven Stice, the D.W. Brooks Distinguished Professor in CAES, is a leading researcher in regenerative medicine.Author: Allyson Mann Published 12/13/2017
Speaker challenges CAES faculty and students to think beyond fear when discussing genetically modified crops.Author: Merritt Melancon Published 11/09/2017
Researchers create new model for testing stroke treatments.Author: Charlene Betourney Published 09/25/2017
From Georgia-grown trees to gallons of milk, UGA's 2017 Farm Tour highlights diversity in northeastern Georgia agriculture.Author: Merritt Melancon Published 09/20/2017
Ground beef must be cooked to an internal temperature of at least 160 F to be deemed safe.Author: Alexander Stelzleni Published 09/19/2017
Advanced grazing school promises to get into the weeds on topics including advanced fencing systems and soil health.Author: Dennis Hancock Published 08/17/2017