Veterinarians participate in U.S. Department of Agriculture tuberculosis training at Fort Valley State
The U.S. Department of Agriculture recently conducted a veterinary training session at Fort Valley State University
Striving to be the best
Fort Valley State University graduate Halle Tukes put her unrelenting energy into earning a bachelor’s degree in animal science…
Grant aimed to attract biotechnology majors to Fort Valley State University
Fort Valley State University received a $747,450 grant from the U.S. Department of Education to increase students’ interest in…
Fort Valley State Cooperative Extension receives grant to assist Baldwin County Schools and farmers
Fort Valley State University’s Office of Community Development recently received a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture…
Fort Valley State University agricultural students receive National Crop Insurance Services scholarship
The National Crop Insurance Services (NCIS) awarded $3,000 each to agricultural economics juniors Faith Fantroy and Charity…
Lee County youth gets early start in agribusiness
Leesburg native uses futuristic technology to grow crops.
Paulownia research at Fort Valley State University attracts Northeast farmer
A Parkesburg, Pennsylvania, resident is benefiting from the many uses of a fast-growing crop after seeking guidance from Dr.…
Fort Valley State graduate enjoys teaching youth about agriculture
Joseph Nesbit, a 2014 agriculture education alumnus, is helping students become leaders and successful individuals.