Stephanie Schupska

Food, fiber drive Georgia economy
When the numbers are totaled, food and fiber production are the dominate drivers of Georgia’s economic engine,
Georgia project targets healthy quail
They look like pinecones with feet. But the baby quail, pheasants and chukar partridges that wobble around the
High grain prices pressuring Georgia pork industry
The United States produced 22 billion pounds of pork in 2007. That’s 4 percent more than the previous year, said Curt
Georgia targets allergen-free peanuts
Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture Tommy Irvin loves to eat peanut butter and graham crackers. But his grandson has a
Georgia research targets sorghum as biofuel source
Say "sorghum" in many parts of Georgia, and the topic may turn to the values of sorghum syrup. Wait a few years,
Georgia looks to preserve water resources
The well could eventually run dry. The water from a city main could stop flowing. As Georgia’s population keeps
Nation's animal ID system goes voluntary
What began as a federal move toward a mandatory animal identification program has been knocked down a notch. But making
Georgians urged to think globally
When Carole Brookins gives her spin on global trends, she reaches into the future to work in the present. As former
Georgia research equipment running on soy biodiesel
Soybean researcher Dale Wood climbed onto a combine harvester at the University of Georgia Plant Sciences Farm in
Georgia engineers adding value to poultry waste
Two and a half pounds of litter — that’s about how much one chicken produces in its lifetime. A team of University of
Biopesticide-protected crops get unexpected boost
Insects eat one-third of all food produced worldwide before it ever reaches the dinner table, according to University
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