The UGA Tifton Agribusiness Club is for all majors. Student members enjoy the opportunity to fellowship, collaborate on entrepreneurial projects and develop leadership skills. Members promote and learn about all aspects of agribusiness from industry professionals. Students gain insight into potential careers and acquire professional development experience. Service opportunities enable students to network with agricultural businesses and volunteer throughout the local community and state.
Club Treasurer, Kelly Paulk, reads to area third graders to help increase their knowledge and awareness about the business of agriculture.
Agribusiness Club students help drive courtesy golf carts at the Sunbelt Ag Expo each year as a service project. Here members stand with Gina McDonald, Director of Public Relations for the Expo.
Premium Peanut, located in Douglas, Ga., recently welcomed members of the Agribusiness Club. Premium Peanut is the single largest peanut shelling facility in the world. The group toured shelling facilities and a peanut oil extraction and processing plant.
Agribusiness Club members attended the 2018 Southern Agricultural Economics Association Annual Meeting in Jacksonville, Fla.
Members of the Agribusiness Club toured Lewis Taylor Farms in Ty Ty, Ga.
Amanda R Smith Senior Public Service Associate
Agricultural & Applied Economics