Here are some of the scarecrows seen about town during National 4-H Week.
South Carolinians are eating more local food thanks to the continued success of the Certified South Carolina program.
South Carolina farmers and food processors who want to pursue organic certification may qualify for reimbursement through a grant administered by the South Carolina Department of Agriculture.
There are about 2,700 produce farms in South Carolina – and many are potentially exempt from the Produce Safety Rule, meaning they would not have to undergo routine inspections by the South Carolina Department of Agriculture’s Produce Safety team.
Join North Carolina Cooperative Extension and NC Choices for a live virtual presentation on all matters dealing with selling locally produced meats on Tuesday, September 22, at 3:00 p.m.
State agriculture officials are warning South Carolinians to be wary of unsolicited packages of seeds mailed to them.
Although the contest was little different this year and a banquet was not held due to COVID-19, the Dillon County Tomato Contest went forward.
The first case this year of deadly Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) has been confirmed in a South Carolina horse, Clemson University Livestock Poultry Health (LPH), a state regulatory agency, has announced.