University of Georgia news
Effective Jan. 9, Ken Foster, professor of agricultural economics, will become the interim dean of Purdue’s College of Agriculture.
Will County Master Gardener Nancy Kuhajda said a meme is circulating social media that warns people to keep their car doors locked at night — otherwise, neighborhood gardeners might stuff the backseats full of produce.
The American Seed Trade Association honored past and present seed industry groundbreakers during its inaugural Leadership Summit in Indianapolis.
A bird flu outbreak in the United States that led to the deaths of more than 40 million chickens and turkeys and contributed to a spike in egg and meat prices appears to be waning, but experts caution the virus hasn’t disappeared and worry another surge could take hold this fall.
Animal welfare is the focus for new products and new technologies for AGCO’s grain and protein business unit.
Republicans’ faith in science is falling as Democrats rely on it even more, with a trust gap in science and medicine widening substantially during the COVID-19 pandemic, new survey data shows.
The Olympics are taking place in Tokyo this year, but the turf used on the fields was developed in Georgia.