Former UGA CAES dean returns to address smallholder farmers' needs at International Agriculture Day Reception
For years, soil scientist J. Scott Angle worked to make some the world’s most technologically advanced farms more productive and more sustainable. Today, he’s doing the same for small-scale and subsistence farmers across the world.
Georgia Grinders Pecan Butter takes top prize at UGA's 2017 Flavor of Georgia Contest
Jaime and Harry Foster, owners of Georgia Grinders Nut Butters, walked away with the grand prize from the University of Georgia’s 2017 Flavor of Georgia Contest for their Georgia Grinders Pecan Butter.
Student entrepreneurs take center stage at UGA's inaugural FABricate competition
From a smart irrigation system for the home landscape to a new recipe for protein-packed meals on the go, University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences students have some great ideas.
Avian influenza detected in Tennessee commercial poultry flock.Author: Sharon Dowdy Published 03/09/2017
Tried and True: Georgia farmers will continue to raise poultry, grow cotton and peanutsAuthor: Sharon Dowdy Published 01/27/2017
Even in retirement, UGA poultryman working to improve the lives of poultry farmers.Author: Merritt Melancon Published 12/21/2016
Turkeys can be roasted, grilled, smoked and deep fried.Author: MaryBeth Hornbeck Published 12/14/2016
CAES' Office of Global Programs works with faculty to build a network of international partnerships.Author: Denise Horton Published 12/02/2016
Remember to remove giblets and hock lock before cooking a turkey.Author: Alexis Roberts Published 11/21/2016
Georgia poultry producers should be mindful that solar panels are not cost-effective for everyone.Author: Kyle Dawson Published 11/17/2016
D.W. Brooks Lecture and Awards ceremony honors the work of UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences faculty and staff and challenges them to help end childhood hunger .Author: Merritt Melancon Published 11/09/2016
Poultry feed app aims to improve the health of small flocks around the world.Author: Merritt Melancon Published 09/14/2016
CAES graduate students traveled the globe this summer studying everything from peanut farming to vampire bats.Author: Denise Horton Published 09/08/2016