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.
UGArden medicinal herb garden offers a space to learn about medicinal plants
The UGArden medicinal herb garden is just a few rows of a field at the edge of the University of Georgia’s student-run farm, UGArden. But it’s become a refuge for students who want to learn about the benefits of medicinal plants and escape from stress.
Fencing Field Day part of UGA's Better Grazing Project
The University of Georgia Forage Team updated the grazing paddocks on the university’s Black Shank Farm in Tifton, Georgia. In an effort to share the most up-to-date containment options available, the team hosted a Fencing Field Day.
After a record-breaking 2015 contest, Southeastern Hay Contest looks to attract more forage producers to the competition.Author: Dennis Hancock Published 08/19/2016
CAES is looking for new ideas to help feed the world; students challenged to develop new ag technologies, new food products and new business ideas.Author: Merritt Melancon Published 08/18/2016
UGA Extension Grazing School offers latest tactics to improve pastures, hay quality and cattle health.Author: Dennis Hancock Published 08/18/2016
Carleen Porter, a fourth year Animal Science major spent eight weeks at the University of Perugia Veterinary School in Perugia, Italy, fulfilling the internship requirement for the International Agriculture Certificate.Author: Carleen Dyar Porter Published 08/17/2016
New Faculty Tour is a week-long tour that allows participants see Georgia's diversity.Author: Clint Thompson Published 08/05/2016
Key questions can be answered when practicing calving with simulator.Author: Clint Thompson Published 08/02/2016
With little rain and relentless heat, Georgia farmers are starting to feel the burn.Author: Merritt Melancon Published 07/27/2016
Farmers need to keep an eye out for harmful algal blooms to help keep their livestock safe.Author: Merritt Melancon Published 07/27/2016
While corn silage is greatly dependent on water to produce crop, forage sorghum requires much less.Author: Clint Thompson Published 07/14/2016
Farms ponds may be convenient, but they aren't the best source of water for livestock.Author: Frank M. Watson Published 06/14/2016