By Paul Hollis Auburn University’s Aquaponics Working Group has a new vision for U.S. aquaculture, one that includes far more predictability and efficiency than today’s timeworn models...Continue Reading
By Paul Hollis Farmers will need to change their management strategies over the next few decades to adapt to impending climate extremes, according to a study recently...Continue Reading
by Maggie Smith The local foods movement continues to grow in the U.S., with an increasing number of consumers wanting to know where their food comes from,...Continue Reading
By Paul Hollis The poultry industry in Alabama contributes more than $15 billion to the state’s economy each year, but along with the revenue and jobs, it...Continue Reading
On a mid-March afternoon in 1998, Tony Gibson high-fived friends and family as he celebrated graduating with his horticulture degree from Auburn University. But the festivities were short and sweet,...Continue Reading
If you’re going to keep up with Kenzley Defler, you’d better put on your running shoes. Not just because she’s an avid long-distance runner and Auburn track and field team...Continue Reading
Ideal may not be the first word that comes to mind when one considers Vietnam as a destination, but that’s how School of Fisheries, Aquaculture and Aquatic Sciences associate professor...Continue Reading
Live poultry production in the U.S. is on the cusp of revolutionary changes, and Auburn University’s National Poultry Technology Center, or NPTC, is helping to ensure that producers are not...Continue Reading
By Paul Hollis Auburn University researchers are leading a $2 million U.S....Continue Reading
By Karen Hunley The College of Agriculture’s Department of Horticulture is giving...Continue Reading
By Maggie Smith Ask Auburn Equestrian head coach Greg Williams what makes...Continue Reading
In the fall of 1948, four young boys, John E. Horne (BS ag education ’52) of Alabaster, Harry W....
In southwest Alabama’s Clarke and Marengo counties, agriculture is most frequently spelled t-i-m-b-e-r. “Go north of Marengo,...