LATEST NEWS FROM North Carolina

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17:35PM Sep 05, 2019

Carolina braces for Dorian rain

Tom Karst
AgWeb Contributor
Crops in Florida were spared but Hurricane Dorian was still poised to dump big rains in coastal regions of the Carolinas on Sept. 5-6.
12:04PM Aug 23, 2019

Sweet potatoes leading in export growth

Cristin Shepard
AgWeb Contributor
Global sweet potato promotion is growing southern U.S. sweet potato exports.
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16:33PM Jun 20, 2019

PACA: Southern Produce Distributors owes $3.49 million

Chris Koger
News Editor, The Packer
The USDA has filed an administrative complaint against sweet potato company Southern Produce Distributors, Faison, N.C., alleging the company failed to pay $3.49 million to produce sellers.
15:23PM May 31, 2019

N.C. Delays New Swine Industry Water Regs

Sara Brown
Livestock and Production Editor
North Carolina’s new water quality requirements for large hog farms will not take effect this year as intended under the state Senate’s proposed budget plan. A one-year delay is needed,
15:44PM Jan 25, 2019

New Algorithm Predicts PEDV Outbreaks in Swine

Jennifer Shike
AgWeb Contributor
New research from North Carolina State Veterinary Medicine may help predict outbreaks of the deadly porcine epidemic diarrhea virus that causes high mortality rates in preweaned piglets.
15:44PM Jan 25, 2019

New Algorithm Predicts PEDV Outbreaks in Swine

Jennifer Shike
AgWeb Contributor
New research from North Carolina State Veterinary Medicine may help predict outbreaks of the deadly porcine epidemic diarrhea virus that causes high mortality rates in preweaned piglets.
21:31PM Nov 18, 2018

Farm Family Stays Diverse By Staying True to Southern Staple Crops

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter
Farm is staying afloat by staying true to southern staple crops. Betsy Jibben has this next “Farming on the Horizon” segment from Newton Grove, North Carolina. She interviews Bartley Warren