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  • Animal Agriculture | North Carolina Cooperative Extension | Page 3
    12 8 14 The Importance of Water and Hay to Horses in the Winter With the brisk temperatures and frequent fluctuations of our North Carolina winter weather it is always good to remember how critical these changes can be to our equine companions If you ve been in MORE Posted 11 19 14 Are You a Cattle Farmer or a Grass Farmer Recently I sat down with a producer about modifying his forage plan for the farm he manages He wanted to reduce his need for hay and minimize the amount of supplementation he needed MORE Posted 11 14 14 BIOSECURITY STEPS TO KEEPING YOUR LIVESTOCK HEALTHY Biosecurity at the farm level refers to measures taken to prevent pests or diseases from entering your premises and to control outbreaks if they do occur This is particularly important if you own MORE Posted 11 5 14 You re on page 3 Previous Page Next Page Learn More Using the Resources Below Poultry Newsletter Extension Programs at NC State University Animal Science Extension Beef Dairy Goats Swine Horse Aquaculture Equine Husbandry Forage and Grassland Program Meat Goats Nutrient Management Poultry Science Extension Swine Husbandry Waste Management Information Portals Equine Husbandry Meat Goats NC Choices a Center for Environmental Farming Systems Initiative Poultry National eXtension Resources Sheep Small and Backyard Poultry Newsletters Cattle Hot Weather Tips Sorghum grazing Swine Transport Laws Sludge Infor Forage Mgmt Partnerships and Organizations Center for Environmental Farming Systems Dairy Records Management Systems HorseQuest NC Department of Ag Statistics Publications Information and News Extension Publications for Animal Agriculture Resources DTN The Progressive Farmer Swine and Forage Crops Information on Swine News Waste Management and Forages Swine and Waste Management and Forages Information Topic Categories and Standalone Pages 4 H Youth Development Agriculture Food Animal Agriculture Aquaculture Commercial Horticulture Nursery Turf Farm Health Safety Field Crops Food Safety Processing Local Foods Pest Management Specialty Crops Community Forest Resources Health Nutrition Home Family Lawn Garden Soil Water Air Sampson County Center 55 Agriculture Pl Clinton NC 28328 Map 910 592 7161 910 592 9513 fax Office Hours 8 5 Mon Fri Explore more content from North Carolina Cooperative Extension Tweets from our team Tweets by ncce news Visit one of our other sites Ag BioTech 4 H FFA Shelton Leadership Travel Program Advisory Leadership System Agriculture Natural Resources Community and Rural Development Blackberry Raspberry Information Blueberries Christmas Trees Community Development Community Gardens Cotton Cut Flowers Entomology Insect Biology and Management Equine Husbandry Extension Forestry Extension Gardener Extension Plant Pathology Families Family Consumer Sciences Program Food Safety Gardening Growing Small Farms Healthy Homes Home Energy Conservation Horticulture Integrated Pest Management Local Food Meat Goats Military Outreach Muscadine Grapes NC AgVentures NC Choices NC Cooperative Extension Centennial NC Disaster Information Center NC Farm School NC Fresh Produce Safety NC Pesticide Safety Education NC Steps to Health North Carolina Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program Organic Grains Peach Growers Information Poinsettias Poultry 4 H Youth Poultry Extension Soil Science Extension Soybeans Spotted Wing Drosophila

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  • Bringing Home the Bacon
    glass of wine or pint of beer based upon the fear of cancer By contrast how many have cheerfully raised a glass to headlines stating that red wine may have beneficial health effects Rather than health benefits this announcement may reduce meat consumption by people who are most vulnerable to health complications from nutrient deficiencies e g growing children pregnant women and elderly people not to mention the undoubted glee of anti animal agriculture groups who will welcome the gift of further ammunition against meat consumption As a cancer survivor I am the last person to downplay the importance of minimizing cancer risk However ultimately we will all die and almost everything we do from driving a car to choosing salad ingredients carries some risk to health Rather than the continuing mass of conflicting evidence where every week a new article warns us about the latest cancer causing drug chemical food we need a balanced assessment of all cancer risks in order to make the best choices I don t smoke and I have had less than 10 alcoholic drinks in the past 2 5 years but bacon remains on my dinner menu tonight Written By Max Knowles Extension Agent Agriculture Livestock 910 592 7161 Office max knowles ncsu edu Sampson County North Carolina Posted on Nov 4 2015 Was the information on this page helpful Yes No Care to tell us why Send Explanation Do You Recommend This Article Tweet Find more stories like Agriculture Food Animal Agriculture Community Food Safety Processing Health Nutrition Home Family Local Foods on Sampson County Center or checkout all the other tags we use Topic Categories and Standalone Pages 4 H Youth Development Agriculture Food Animal Agriculture Aquaculture Commercial Horticulture Nursery Turf Farm Health Safety Field Crops Food Safety Processing Local Foods Pest Management Specialty Crops Community Forest Resources Health Nutrition Home Family Lawn Garden Soil Water Air Sampson County Center 55 Agriculture Pl Clinton NC 28328 Map 910 592 7161 910 592 9513 fax Office Hours 8 5 Mon Fri Explore more content from North Carolina Cooperative Extension Tweets from our team Tweets by ncce news Visit one of our other sites Ag BioTech 4 H FFA Shelton Leadership Travel Program Advisory Leadership System Agriculture Natural Resources Community and Rural Development Blackberry Raspberry Information Blueberries Christmas Trees Community Development Community Gardens Cotton Cut Flowers Entomology Insect Biology and Management Equine Husbandry Extension Forestry Extension Gardener Extension Plant Pathology Families Family Consumer Sciences Program Food Safety Gardening Growing Small Farms Healthy Homes Home Energy Conservation Horticulture Integrated Pest Management Local Food Meat Goats Military Outreach Muscadine Grapes NC AgVentures NC Choices NC Cooperative Extension Centennial NC Disaster Information Center NC Farm School NC Fresh Produce Safety NC Pesticide Safety Education NC Steps to Health North Carolina Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program Organic Grains Peach Growers Information Poinsettias Poultry 4 H Youth Poultry Extension Soil Science Extension Soybeans Spotted Wing Drosophila Strawberry Growers Information Therapeutic Horticulture Tobacco Growers Information Tourism Extension Find Someone

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  • THE IMPORTANCE OF KEEPING GOOD FARM RECORDS (2015)
    to determine your objectives for the system both personal and business For farm managers who do not want or need a system for business and financial management a relatively simple system that satisfies income tax reporting requirements may be adequate For those who are heavily in debt or who want to improve profitability a more complete and detailed system is probably required Remember a good record keeping system is one that will provide the necessary information and provide the information when needed It will furnish the necessary information for understanding the activities of your farm operation Written By James Hartsfield Area Specialized Agent Farm Management A T State 910 592 7161 james hartsfield ncsu edu Sampson County North Carolina Posted on Aug 20 2015 Was the information on this page helpful Yes No Care to tell us why Send Explanation Do You Recommend This Article Tweet Find more stories like Agriculture Food Animal Agriculture Aquaculture Commercial Horticulture Nursery Turf Field Crops Specialty Crops on Sampson County Center or checkout all the other tags we use Topic Categories and Standalone Pages 4 H Youth Development Agriculture Food Animal Agriculture Aquaculture Commercial Horticulture Nursery Turf Farm Health Safety Field Crops Food Safety Processing Local Foods Pest Management Specialty Crops Community Forest Resources Health Nutrition Home Family Lawn Garden Soil Water Air Sampson County Center 55 Agriculture Pl Clinton NC 28328 Map 910 592 7161 910 592 9513 fax Office Hours 8 5 Mon Fri Explore more content from North Carolina Cooperative Extension Tweets from our team Tweets by ncce news Visit one of our other sites Ag BioTech 4 H FFA Shelton Leadership Travel Program Advisory Leadership System Agriculture Natural Resources Community and Rural Development Blackberry Raspberry Information Blueberries Christmas Trees Community Development Community Gardens Cotton Cut Flowers Entomology Insect Biology and Management Equine Husbandry Extension Forestry Extension Gardener Extension Plant Pathology Families Family Consumer Sciences Program Food Safety Gardening Growing Small Farms Healthy Homes Home Energy Conservation Horticulture Integrated Pest Management Local Food Meat Goats Military Outreach Muscadine Grapes NC AgVentures NC Choices NC Cooperative Extension Centennial NC Disaster Information Center NC Farm School NC Fresh Produce Safety NC Pesticide Safety Education NC Steps to Health North Carolina Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program Organic Grains Peach Growers Information Poinsettias Poultry 4 H Youth Poultry Extension Soil Science Extension Soybeans Spotted Wing Drosophila Strawberry Growers Information Therapeutic Horticulture Tobacco Growers Information Tourism Extension Find Someone in Our Directory Search by Name County or Dept Search NC State s directory Search NC A T s directory Have a question Maybe One of our Experts can help Ask an Expert What s Popular This Month Pruning Knock Out Roses by Guilford County on 2 7 Energy Tax Credits for Home Improvements Improve Your Home AND Your Utility Bills by Home Energy Conservation Portal on 6 3 How Do I Prune Crape Myrtle by Pender County on 2 14 What Are the Advantages of Using Artificial Insemination AI in Your Livestock Breeding Program by

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  • New Changes Affecting Sales Tax Exemptions for Farmers (2014)
    downloads e595cf pdf The final clarification is a farmer selling raised products products the farmer grew or raised him herself from a farm road side stand or at a farmer s market is NOT REQUIRED to collect and remit sales tax to the North Carolina Department of Revenue but if there is any value added done to the product then the seller must collect and remit sales tax As of January 1 there is a requirement that the farmer certify that the products sold by the farmer at the farmer s market are his her own production The bottom line is that farmers will need new agricultural exemption certificate numbers either as a Qualifying Farmer exemption or as a beginning farmer allowed to use a Conditional Exemption If you have more questions about the new regulations or would like to pick up one of the forms please call or stop by the Extension Office Written By James Hartsfield Area Specialized Agent Farm Management A T State 910 592 7161 james hartsfield ncsu edu Sampson County North Carolina Posted on Jul 30 2014 Was the information on this page helpful Yes No Care to tell us why Send Explanation Do You Recommend This Article Tweet Find more stories like Agriculture Food Animal Agriculture Aquaculture Commercial Horticulture Nursery Turf Field Crops Specialty Crops on Sampson County Center or checkout all the other tags we use Topic Categories and Standalone Pages 4 H Youth Development Agriculture Food Animal Agriculture Aquaculture Commercial Horticulture Nursery Turf Farm Health Safety Field Crops Food Safety Processing Local Foods Pest Management Specialty Crops Community Forest Resources Health Nutrition Home Family Lawn Garden Soil Water Air Sampson County Center 55 Agriculture Pl Clinton NC 28328 Map 910 592 7161 910 592 9513 fax Office Hours 8 5 Mon Fri Explore more content from North Carolina Cooperative Extension Tweets from our team Tweets by ncce news Visit one of our other sites Ag BioTech 4 H FFA Shelton Leadership Travel Program Advisory Leadership System Agriculture Natural Resources Community and Rural Development Blackberry Raspberry Information Blueberries Christmas Trees Community Development Community Gardens Cotton Cut Flowers Entomology Insect Biology and Management Equine Husbandry Extension Forestry Extension Gardener Extension Plant Pathology Families Family Consumer Sciences Program Food Safety Gardening Growing Small Farms Healthy Homes Home Energy Conservation Horticulture Integrated Pest Management Local Food Meat Goats Military Outreach Muscadine Grapes NC AgVentures NC Choices NC Cooperative Extension Centennial NC Disaster Information Center NC Farm School NC Fresh Produce Safety NC Pesticide Safety Education NC Steps to Health North Carolina Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program Organic Grains Peach Growers Information Poinsettias Poultry 4 H Youth Poultry Extension Soil Science Extension Soybeans Spotted Wing Drosophila Strawberry Growers Information Therapeutic Horticulture Tobacco Growers Information Tourism Extension Find Someone in Our Directory Search by Name County or Dept Search NC State s directory Search NC A T s directory Have a question Maybe One of our Experts can help Ask an Expert What s Popular This Month

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  • SELECTING ALTERNATIVE ENTERPRISES FOR YOUR FARM (2014)
    and where they will come from These may include human resources including family members and external advisors facilities equipment suppliers and distributors and financing including your own money and borrowing needs 7 Will it be financially feasible and worthwhile This is most people s least favorite part of planning but just because you CAN produce and sell something doesn t mean it will be a financial success Realize that enterprise selection is a complicated and demanding process It should be considered no different than evaluating any other business opportunity The amount of time and energy spent in research should be directly related to the amount of capital at risk and the potential rewards All of this takes a lot of work but it is well worth taking time to make sure the idea you are considering will work and to avoid problems or disappointments down the road Written By James Hartsfield Area Specialized Agent Farm Management A T State 910 592 7161 james hartsfield ncsu edu Sampson County North Carolina Posted on Jun 11 2014 Was the information on this page helpful Yes No Care to tell us why Send Explanation Do You Recommend This Article Tweet Find more stories like Agriculture Food Aquaculture Commercial Horticulture Nursery Turf Food Safety Processing Home Family Lawn Garden Local Foods Specialty Crops on Sampson County Center or checkout all the other tags we use Topic Categories and Standalone Pages 4 H Youth Development Agriculture Food Animal Agriculture Aquaculture Commercial Horticulture Nursery Turf Farm Health Safety Field Crops Food Safety Processing Local Foods Pest Management Specialty Crops Community Forest Resources Health Nutrition Home Family Lawn Garden Soil Water Air Sampson County Center 55 Agriculture Pl Clinton NC 28328 Map 910 592 7161 910 592 9513 fax Office Hours 8 5 Mon Fri Explore more content from North Carolina Cooperative Extension Tweets from our team Tweets by ncce news Visit one of our other sites Ag BioTech 4 H FFA Shelton Leadership Travel Program Advisory Leadership System Agriculture Natural Resources Community and Rural Development Blackberry Raspberry Information Blueberries Christmas Trees Community Development Community Gardens Cotton Cut Flowers Entomology Insect Biology and Management Equine Husbandry Extension Forestry Extension Gardener Extension Plant Pathology Families Family Consumer Sciences Program Food Safety Gardening Growing Small Farms Healthy Homes Home Energy Conservation Horticulture Integrated Pest Management Local Food Meat Goats Military Outreach Muscadine Grapes NC AgVentures NC Choices NC Cooperative Extension Centennial NC Disaster Information Center NC Farm School NC Fresh Produce Safety NC Pesticide Safety Education NC Steps to Health North Carolina Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program Organic Grains Peach Growers Information Poinsettias Poultry 4 H Youth Poultry Extension Soil Science Extension Soybeans Spotted Wing Drosophila Strawberry Growers Information Therapeutic Horticulture Tobacco Growers Information Tourism Extension Find Someone in Our Directory Search by Name County or Dept Search NC State s directory Search NC A T s directory Have a question Maybe One of our Experts can help Ask an Expert What s Popular This Month Pruning Knock

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  • Commercial Horticulture, Nursery & Turf | North Carolina Cooperative Extension | Page 3
    set out on a 90 day trip I don t think you would Are MORE Posted 3 26 13 24th Annual Southeast Vegetable Fruit Expo The produce industry will once again have an opportunity to learn share and network at the 24th Annual Southeast Vegetable and Fruit Expo The conference will take place December 1 2 2009 at the MORE Posted 10 20 09 Watermelon Fungicide Options for 2009 Each new season brings a new set of challenges opportunities Watermelon producers will face some fungicide shortages and some newly labeled products to consider The diseases of concern will soon show their hand and MORE Posted 5 26 09 You re on page 3 Previous Page Next Page Learn More Using the Resources Below County Extension Programs Growing Small Farms Sustainable Agriculture in North Carolina Extension Programs at NC State University Center for Environmental Farming Systems Commercial Floriculture Entomology Insect Biology and Management Extension Plant Pathology Fruit Crops Landscape Design Environmental Horticulture NC Organic NC Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education NCSU Plant Disease and Insect Clinic Nursery Crop Science Soil Science Extension Turffiles Lawn Care Information for North Carolina Vegetable Crops Growers Information Portals Blackberries and Raspberries Blueberries Cabbage Cut Flowers Peaches Peppers Strawberries Tomatoes Partnerships and Organizations JC Raulston Arboretum The Southern Region Small Fruit Consortium Publications Information and News Extension Publications for Commercial Horticulture Nursery and Turf Insect Notes Integrated Pest Management Blogs NC Agricultural Chemicals Manual NC Integrated Pest Management Information NC Pest News Specialized Search Tools Floriculture Infosearch Fruit InfoSearch Vegetable InfoSearch Weed InfoSearch Volunteers in Extension NC Master Beekeeper Program Topic Categories and Standalone Pages 4 H Youth Development Agriculture Food Animal Agriculture Aquaculture Commercial Horticulture Nursery Turf Farm Health Safety Field Crops Food Safety Processing Local Foods Pest Management Specialty Crops Community Forest Resources Health Nutrition Home Family Lawn Garden Soil Water Air Sampson County Center 55 Agriculture Pl Clinton NC 28328 Map 910 592 7161 910 592 9513 fax Office Hours 8 5 Mon Fri Explore more content from North Carolina Cooperative Extension Tweets from our team Tweets by ncce news Visit one of our other sites Ag BioTech 4 H FFA Shelton Leadership Travel Program Advisory Leadership System Agriculture Natural Resources Community and Rural Development Blackberry Raspberry Information Blueberries Christmas Trees Community Development Community Gardens Cotton Cut Flowers Entomology Insect Biology and Management Equine Husbandry Extension Forestry Extension Gardener Extension Plant Pathology Families Family Consumer Sciences Program Food Safety Gardening Growing Small Farms Healthy Homes Home Energy Conservation Horticulture Integrated Pest Management Local Food Meat Goats Military Outreach Muscadine Grapes NC AgVentures NC Choices NC Cooperative Extension Centennial NC Disaster Information Center NC Farm School NC Fresh Produce Safety NC Pesticide Safety Education NC Steps to Health North Carolina Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program Organic Grains Peach Growers Information Poinsettias Poultry 4 H Youth Poultry Extension Soil Science Extension Soybeans Spotted Wing Drosophila Strawberry Growers Information Therapeutic Horticulture Tobacco Growers Information Tourism Extension Find Someone in Our Directory Search by Name County

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  • Preparing for Winter and Beekeeping Chores
    bees have enough food stores or is it limited Most hives will be okay if they were properly fed in the fall in preparation for the winter When it s too cold to be opening up hives to take a peek beekeepers need to be preparing for the upcoming spring season During the winter months is the time to decide how many increases you want to make for next year how much equipment you need to order along with those package bees Don t forget to save time for maintenance on equipment Your equipment may need to be assembled painted and tagged Be sure to take a peek at your stored equipment to be sure Santa didn t leave you any surprises like wax moths or any other unwanted damaging pests If you would like to read more information about bees and beekeeping visit the following website http entomology ces ncsu edu apiculture Written By Della King Extension Agent Agriculture Field Crops 910 592 7161 Office della king ncsu edu Sampson County North Carolina Posted on Nov 4 2015 Was the information on this page helpful Yes No Care to tell us why Send Explanation Do You Recommend This Article Tweet Find more stories like Commercial Horticulture Nursery Turf Field Crops on Sampson County Center or checkout all the other tags we use Topic Categories and Standalone Pages 4 H Youth Development Agriculture Food Animal Agriculture Aquaculture Commercial Horticulture Nursery Turf Farm Health Safety Field Crops Food Safety Processing Local Foods Pest Management Specialty Crops Community Forest Resources Health Nutrition Home Family Lawn Garden Soil Water Air Sampson County Center 55 Agriculture Pl Clinton NC 28328 Map 910 592 7161 910 592 9513 fax Office Hours 8 5 Mon Fri Explore more content from North Carolina Cooperative Extension Tweets from our team Tweets by ncce news Visit one of our other sites Ag BioTech 4 H FFA Shelton Leadership Travel Program Advisory Leadership System Agriculture Natural Resources Community and Rural Development Blackberry Raspberry Information Blueberries Christmas Trees Community Development Community Gardens Cotton Cut Flowers Entomology Insect Biology and Management Equine Husbandry Extension Forestry Extension Gardener Extension Plant Pathology Families Family Consumer Sciences Program Food Safety Gardening Growing Small Farms Healthy Homes Home Energy Conservation Horticulture Integrated Pest Management Local Food Meat Goats Military Outreach Muscadine Grapes NC AgVentures NC Choices NC Cooperative Extension Centennial NC Disaster Information Center NC Farm School NC Fresh Produce Safety NC Pesticide Safety Education NC Steps to Health North Carolina Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program Organic Grains Peach Growers Information Poinsettias Poultry 4 H Youth Poultry Extension Soil Science Extension Soybeans Spotted Wing Drosophila Strawberry Growers Information Therapeutic Horticulture Tobacco Growers Information Tourism Extension Find Someone in Our Directory Search by Name County or Dept Search NC State s directory Search NC A T s directory Have a question Maybe One of our Experts can help Ask an Expert What s Popular This Month Pruning Knock Out Roses by Guilford County on 2 7

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  • Resources For Managing Farm Finances
    60 approved BMPs that are available for cost share assistance and a list can be found by visiting www ncagr gov SWC index html in the ACSP section of the site Information on the EQIP and other federal programs can be found at www nrcs usda gov Some examples of available practices include cropland conversion cover crops field borders erosion control practices and many others For information and help with the ACSP or EQIP contact the SWCD office at 910 592 4791 The Cooperative Extension Center can also provide technical assistance to beginning or established farmers in many ways If advising is needed with regard to meeting criteria for cost share assistance or farm loans agricultural extension agents are trained in specific areas that will be beneficial to growers Agents can be reached at the Sampson Cooperative Extension Center by calling 910 592 7161 or by visiting the website www sampson ces ncsu edu Note Special thanks to Gavin Thompson and Melanie Harris SWCD NRCS and Michael Brown FSA for their contributions to this article Written By Eileen Coite County Extension Director 910 592 7161 eileen coite ncsu edu Sampson County North Carolina Posted on Jun 22 2015 Was the information on this page helpful Yes No Care to tell us why Send Explanation Do You Recommend This Article Tweet Find more stories like Agriculture Food Animal Agriculture Commercial Horticulture Nursery Turf Farm Health Safety Field Crops on Sampson County Center or checkout all the other tags we use Topic Categories and Standalone Pages 4 H Youth Development Agriculture Food Animal Agriculture Aquaculture Commercial Horticulture Nursery Turf Farm Health Safety Field Crops Food Safety Processing Local Foods Pest Management Specialty Crops Community Forest Resources Health Nutrition Home Family Lawn Garden Soil Water Air Sampson County Center 55 Agriculture Pl Clinton NC 28328 Map 910 592 7161 910 592 9513 fax Office Hours 8 5 Mon Fri Explore more content from North Carolina Cooperative Extension Tweets from our team Tweets by ncce news Visit one of our other sites Ag BioTech 4 H FFA Shelton Leadership Travel Program Advisory Leadership System Agriculture Natural Resources Community and Rural Development Blackberry Raspberry Information Blueberries Christmas Trees Community Development Community Gardens Cotton Cut Flowers Entomology Insect Biology and Management Equine Husbandry Extension Forestry Extension Gardener Extension Plant Pathology Families Family Consumer Sciences Program Food Safety Gardening Growing Small Farms Healthy Homes Home Energy Conservation Horticulture Integrated Pest Management Local Food Meat Goats Military Outreach Muscadine Grapes NC AgVentures NC Choices NC Cooperative Extension Centennial NC Disaster Information Center NC Farm School NC Fresh Produce Safety NC Pesticide Safety Education NC Steps to Health North Carolina Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program Organic Grains Peach Growers Information Poinsettias Poultry 4 H Youth Poultry Extension Soil Science Extension Soybeans Spotted Wing Drosophila Strawberry Growers Information Therapeutic Horticulture Tobacco Growers Information Tourism Extension Find Someone in Our Directory Search by Name County or Dept Search NC State s directory Search NC A T s directory Have a

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