Kenrett Y. Jefferson Moore

TitleProfessor

DepartmentAgribusiness, Applied Economics, and Agriscience Education

Phone336-285-4829

Fax336-334-7793

Emailjykenret@ncat.edu

OfficeCarver Hall
Room: 154-A

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Kenrett Y. Jefferson Moore

Education

Other: Predictive Modeling Using Logistic Regression, SAS, 2016

Other: Applied Business Analytics, SAS, 2015

Other: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2008

Other: 2006

Other: North Carolina State University, 2006

Ph D: Agricultural Business and Management, General, Auburn University Main Campus, 2004

MS: Agribusiness Management, Alabama A&M University, 1998

BS: Agricultural Economics (Agribusiness), Southern University and A&M College, 1996


Research Interests

Local and Organic Food Markets


Recent Publications

Jefferson Moore, Kenrett  Bekkerman, Anton  Piggott, Nicholas  Goodwin, Barry  Palat, Sethu  Turner, Canisha  (2015).  Potential check-off benefits to farmers in the presence of wind-borne diseases.  (5,  7,  pp. 176-177).  Journal of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development.

Jefferson Moore, Kenrett  Robbins, Richard  Johnson, Daniel   Bradford, Jackie  (2014).  Consumer preferences for local food products in North Carolina.  (1,  45,  pp. 41-46).  Journal of Food Distribution Research.

Salifou-Labo, Sawde  Jefferson Moore, Kenrett  Turner, Canisha  (2013).  Potential factors contributing to undergraduate enrollment in agricultural economics and agribusiness and management at land-grant institutions.  (57,  pp. 51-56).  North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture Journal.

Jefferson Moore, Kenrett  Robbins, Richard  Johnson, D.  (2013).  Consumer choices for organic and local food products in North Carolina.  (1,  44,  pp. 94-95).  Journal of Food Distrubution Research .

Jefferson Moore, Kenrett  Robbins, Richard  (2013).  Organic Vegetable Production in the Southeast.  (1,  44,  pp. 112-113).  Journal of Food Distribution Research.

Jefferson Moore, Kenrett  (2013).  The effect of perches in cages during pullet rearing and egg laying on hen performance .  (92,  pp. 310-320).  Poultry Science .

Jefferson Moore, Kenrett  CDudley-Cash , B  (2013).  Perch Access in Laying .   Feedstuffs.

Jefferson Moore, Kenrett  (2012).  A market-based mitigation program for wind-borne diseases.  (2,  41,  pp. 175-188).  Agricultural and Resource Economics Review.

Jefferson Moore, Kenrett  (2012).  Early access to perches in caged White Leghorn pullets .  (91,  pp. 2114-2120).  Poultry Science .