A devastating March freeze dealt a severe blow to South Carolina’s peach crop.
RALEIGH – The flood water hasn’t receded yet, but initial reports show that North Carolina’s agricultural industries took a beating from Hurricane Matthew. State ag officials do not have damage estimates, but the 48 counties affected by the storm are some of North Carolina’s largest ag counties. “The eastern counties[…]Read More »
Hulless barley is the same as traditional hulled barley except the seed hull starts to crack as the grain matures. The hull is then removed during harvesting to give a grain that has been shown in research to be equal to corn for many types of livestock. Read moreRead More »