How North Carolina Peanuts Go From Field to Market
Roxobel, North Carolina, is in the heart of a region known for having one of the country’s best...
The Randleigh Dairy Heritage Museum Teaches How Milk Goes From Farm to Table
The Randleigh Dairy Heritage Museum at N.C. State University offers both kids and adults a fun way to...
Ask a Farmer: Why are CSAs important?
We asked fifth-generation North Carolina farmers David and Cheryl Correll about why community supported agriculture is so important.
9 Fun Facts About Eggs
Did you know that the average American consumes 290 eggs per year?
6 Fun Facts About Peanuts
Did you know that the first peanut crops in North Carolina were grown in the Wilmington area beginning...
How North Carolina-Based Cotton Incorporated Helps the Cotton Industry Thrive
Cotton Incorporated makes a field-to-fashion commitment that benefits the grower, the associated industries, the environment and the consumer.
North Carolina Clothing Company Descalza Donates Face Masks to Farmworkers
For every face mask sold, Descalza donates another to a farmworker in North Carolina.
Ask a Farmer: Why Is It Important To Introduce Children to Agriculture?
We asked Robeson County Farm Bureau Board member Michelle Shooter why she believes it's important to introduce children...
6 Farm Facts About Pork
Did you know that North Carolina is the No. 2 pork-producing state in the country?
International Trade Revolutionizes North Carolina’s Sweet Potato Industry
North Carolina sweet potatoes are crossing the pond, accounting for nearly 80% of international sweet potato sales.