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E.T. York lecturer series to bring Microsoft executive on April 20

Ranveer Chandra to discuss empowering farmers with affordable digital agriculture techniques The brain behind FarmBeats — an agricultural research project developed by Microsoft using solar-powered, white space-based Internet connectivity to record soil temperature...

Agricultural communications major takes second in Tiger Cage competition

Not every Auburn University senior receives thousands of dollars in startup capital prior to graduation. But Will Jordan is not your average senior. Jordan was the second-place finisher in the Tiger Cage Business Idea Competition, an annual program for student-led...

A message from the dean on the COVID-19 outbreak

Effective late yesterday, Auburn University has adopted a new operational model in an effort to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus among our university family and the communities around us. This extraordinary effort is made solely with the interest of everyone’s...

A Message From the Dean

A Message From the Dean

A message on the College of Agriculture’s new operations and efforts to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus among our college family and community.

Poultry Sculpture Unveiled

Poultry Sculpture Unveiled

The College of Agriculture’s Department of Poultry Science recently unveiled a sculpture presented by Aviagen, one of the world’s largest poultry breeding service companies. Aviagen privately commissioned the “Hen and Rooster” sculpture by renowned metal sculptor Jacob Dean. The piece can be seen in the lobby of the administration and education building at the Charles C. Miller Jr. Poultry and Research Education Center located at North Auburn. Shown at left, presenting the sculpture to Bill Dozier, head of Auburn’s Department of Poultry Science, is Jan Henriksen, CEO of Aviagen.