Reflection Paper

  Eli Ingram Georgia Agricultural Tour Spring Break 2017 The Georgia Agricultural spring break tour of 2017 was an educational trip that ignited raw inspiration to me during my week spent touring around Georgia. The College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at University of Georgia sponsored a spring break tour…
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Post Trip: Lewis Taylor Farms

My favorite stop of our spring break tour of Georgia Agriculture was Lewis Taylor Farms. What I loved most about this visit was how humbly Mr. Brimms shared his story with us. He shared with us the ups and downs of farming, dealing with employees, and government regulations. The most…
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Pre-Trip Thrush Ag Aviation

When my partner and I were researching Ag Aviation we discovered how it had been transferred quite a few times before it became what we know today. I am super excited to learn more about what the differences are between each of the different previous owners to today’s. It was…
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Thrush Ag aviation

My partner and I did our report over thrush aircraft located in Albany Georgia. Thrush aircraft builds state-of-the-art air planes that play a huge role in agriculture throughout the world. Some of the roles the planes have are feeding shrimp, top dressing for timber, crop spraying, border surveillance, combating oil…
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Pre-Trip: Lewis Taylor Farms

Prior to the start of our Spring Break trip, Wendy, and I researched Lewis Taylor Farms. I had very little to no personal background in agriculture growing up so I am expecting to see a lot of new things I’ve never seen before on this trip. Lewis Taylor Farms in…
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Pre-trip: Rock Ranch

Before going on the spring tour trip of 2017, I did research on Rock Ranch. Rock Ranch is located in The Rock, GA and has lots of attractions, such as a locomotive train, petting zoo, Tiny Town, pumpkin cannon and so much more. Depending on the season they also have…
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Pre- Trip, Glass Alligator Farm

Before visiting Glass Alligator Farm, my partner and I researched a bit about the Glass family and their farm. What we discovered from Mr. Glass is that this prosperous alligator farm, which produces chickens, alligator skins, and family crops, began as a simple solution to getting rid of dead chickens….
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