Post Trip – Reflection

Agriculture is commonly mistaken as a purely male industry. If there is one thing that I have learned on this trip, it is that there are an astounding number of females in agriculture and in the College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences at the University of Georgia. Of the thirty-six…
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Ag Dawgs Take FPL Foods~Post-Trip

Having not grown up around agriculture, I can definitely say that this trip has given me a new perspective on agriculture, especially that of Georgia. The diversity that exists in Georgia’s agriculture is simply stunning. Our state features everything from extensive row crops to the south to beautiful orchards and…
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Post Trip Reflection

Now that I have fully recovered from our journey across Georgia I have come to realize one of my favorite destinations was the Glass Alligator Farm. The owner, Mark Glass, originally started raising broiler chickens. When he did not like the way dead chickens were to be disposed of, he…
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Post-Trip Reflection and Rock Ranch

From the second I first learned about the Georgia Ag Tour over spring break, I wanted to go. I had no idea what I was signing up for, but I wanted to emerge myself in the diversity of Georgia agriculture. Being an out-of-state student and not coming from a farm…
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Post Trip Reflection

This trip was very eyeopening for me throughout the week.  All of the stops were different and that helped me tie the different areas of Agriculture together.  I have several favorite places (It was so hard to pick!) but they are for different reasons. FPL Foods was an awesome experience…
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Post Trip – FPL Foods

I’m a senior biological science major and I don’t know what I want to do after graduation. I decided to take this class to learn more about the agricultural industry in Georgia, to maybe give me an idea of some of the things I can do. This trip really opened…
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Post Trip Reflections

  When I signed up for this trip I did not know what to expect. I thought maybe we would visit some farms, talk to some farmers, and just learn about all the amazing things going on in Georgia agriculture. However this trip was much more than that. I gained…
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