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Old Nancy departs Auburn campus for local museum

By Maggie Smith / Aug 28, 2019 4:48:13 PM News Old Nancy, a 1905 Case steam traction engine that had been on loan to Auburn University for more than four decades, has a new home inside the Museum of East Alabama in Opelika. It was in 1974 that Mrs. A.C. Whatley, whose...

USDA deputy under secretary, Auburn alumnus to speak at York Distinguished Lecturer Series Sept. 26

By Joshua Woods / Aug 31, 2019 5:36:03 PM News, Events Auburn University’s College of Agriculture will host Scott Hutchins, deputy under secretary for the USDA’s research, education and economics mission area, as speaker for its E.T. York Distinguished Lecturer Series...

Market at Ag Heritage Park opens 2018 season May 3

The Market at Ag Heritage Park will kick off its 14th season on the Auburn University campus Thursday, May 3, at 3 p.m. and will continue every Thursday, 3-6 p.m., through Aug. 30. Sponsored by Auburn’s College of Agriculture, the outdoor farmers market is located...

Ag outlook meetings scheduled across Alabama

The Alabama Cooperative Extension System will hold a series of Alabama Agriculture Outlook meetings across the state in December and January. The Farm and Agribusiness Management team will update farmers, producers and agribusiness owners on the current agricultural situation in the state, as well as expectations for 2018.

Market at Ag Heritage Park opens 2018 season May 3

The Market at Ag Heritage Park will kick off its 14th season on the Auburn University campus Thursday, May 3, at 3 p.m. and will continue every Thursday, 3-6 p.m., through Aug. 30. Sponsored by Auburn’s College of Agriculture, the outdoor farmers market is located...

Ag outlook meetings scheduled across Alabama

The Alabama Cooperative Extension System will hold a series of Alabama Agriculture Outlook meetings across the state in December and January. The Farm and Agribusiness Management team will update farmers, producers and agribusiness owners on the current agricultural situation in the state, as well as expectations for 2018.