August 28, 2020

Hall County Schools Expands Agriculture Opportunities

FFA Students pictured with a cattle trailer provided by Cargill

The Hall County Board of Education has purchased a 50 acre farm in North Hall to enhance career, technical and agriculture education opportunities for students.

The farm will feature a working herd of beef cattle and a laying hen operation to support the district's new animal husbandry and genetics programs.

This farm will provide real world opportunities for Hall County students to gain hands-on experiences, develop skills, and pursue future occupations in the almost unlimited career pathways available to them in Georgia's agri-business economy.

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