New Ag Curriculum Meant to Educate Consumers

[Macon, GA/John Holcomb ‚Äì Reporting] School is finally back in session here in Georgia, and with a new school year comes new opportunities for kids to learn and develop themselves for their future. This year, one of those new opportunities comes in the form of a new agriculture education curriculum that was signed by Governor […]

Bachelor of Science in Agriculture

The Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, usually abbreviated as either B.Sc.(Agr.) or B.S.A. or B.Sc.(Ag.) or B.Sc. Ag. is the first undergraduate degree awarded by university faculty of agriculture and agricultural colleges. The program is 4 years of study above Grade 12 High School graduation. The B.Sc.(Agr.) degree differs from a B.Sc. degree in that […]

BSc Agriculture

Have you noticed how everything around you changes so quickly? It’s hard to imagine but there was a time when rural land covered most of the country. A seemingly unlimited resource at our finger-tips. Fast forward to now and the population has grown. People want places to live, a variety of things to eat, and […]

Why Agriculture is Important

most development economics especially at low levels of per capita income is about agriculture in poor countries agriculture simply is most of the economy and for most of the last twelve thousand years agriculture has been the most important economic sector in all regions of the world until of course recent industrialization the advent of […]

NRCS Chief Tours Georgia Farms

[KENNY] Meantime, the State of Georgia playing host to a special visitor recently, as the chief of the Natural Resources Conservation Service, Matt Lohr spent the day with USDA and NRCS employees. He also got to go on a farm tour where he saw everything from row crop operations to a dairy facility. One of […]

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