Small Farms Field Day

Hosted by Cooperative Extension at North Carolina A&T State University, Small Farms Field Day is an annual free event that showcases ongoing agricultural research and demonstration projects.

The projects focus on sustainable agricultural practices that help small- and limited-resource farmers make more profits.

Tours and On-farm Demonstrations

  • Equipment and Small Machines for Small Farms
  • Ginger: How to Grow, Add Value & Make it Profitable
  • Industrial Hemp: CBD Varieties and Fertility
  • Raising Resilient Goats
  • Beef Cattle: Productivity and Income

Displays and Presentations

  • Making Money to Grow Organic Vegetables
  • Heir-Property: Issues for Small Farmers and Woodland Owners
  • Food Safety Modernization Act: What You Need to Know
  • Injuries in Agriculture: A Comparison to Other Industries
  • Fit Farmers, Fit Families, Fit Fields
  • Cookies Made with Grape Seeds and Skins
  • Onion Peel: Reducing Obesity and Inflammation
  • Low-Fat Fried Foods and Human Health
  • Reducing Ammonia from Poultry Litter in Broiler Chicken Houses
  • Producing High-Value Bio-Fertilizers

 

Rain or shine. Lunch included.

Advance registration required by June 7.

Register online with our registration form

Or contact Tiffany Slade at sladet@ncat.edu or 336.285.4653 

If you are a person with a disability and need assistance to participate in this activity, please contact Betty Rodriguez at bmrodrig@ncat.edu or 336-285-4680 before June 4, 2018.