International Trade Revolutionizes North Carolina’s Sweet Potato Industry
North Carolina sweet potatoes are crossing the pond, accounting for nearly 80% of international sweet potato sales.
North Carolina Farmer Grows Giant Varieties of Produce
North Carolina farmer Sam Jenkins isn’t afraid of a little hard work when it comes to cultivating giant...
These Farm Families Have Been Feeding North Carolina for More Than a Century
North Carolina's Century Farm program celebrates its 50th year of honoring families who have owned or operated a...
Why You Should Go Apple Picking at Justus Orchard This Fall
Located in Hendersonville, Justus Orchard has been growing North Carolina apples for four generations.
Farm Facts: Pumpkins
Can’t get enough of the favorite fall fruit? Check out a few of these fun pumpkin facts.
Flat Farmer Educational Program Teaches Kids About Agriculture
The Flat Farmer Educational Program gives students across North Carolina the opportunity to learn about agriculture by visiting...
Safety Matters on North Carolina Farms
Our North Carolina farmers work hard to provide the food that we eat – so we need to...
Ask a Farmer: How Does Trade Affect Your Farm?
Eighth-generation Hoke County farmer Kelly Archambault talks about how international trade affects her North Carolina row crop farm.
How Sunflowers Helped One North Carolina Farmer Reach New Markets
Fifth-generation farmer Lee Britt grows 50 acres of brightly colored sunflowers to keep up with requests for his...
Business Is Blossoming at Sunshine Lavender Farm
Annie and Dale Baggett were looking for a change when they first moved to their land in Hurdle...