In a recent NCSU CALS Student Spotlight, Hunter Williams shares his experience as a summer intern at Coastal. Williams, who is pursuing an associate degree in agribusiness management through the CALS Agricultural Institute (AGI), gives insight to the technical and customer services skills he gained over the summer. Williams describes the hands-on precision agriculture training he received while working alongside precision technology specialist Dustin Boykin. Boykin himself is a 2015 NCSU CALS graduate and interned for two summers at Coastal before joining Coastal full-time. Josh
Josh Allen, Director of Operations at Coastal, shares his story of interning with Coastal in 1995 while a student at NC State and reflects on how that experience launched his career.
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Coastal AgroBusiness, Inc. sponsors NC State University Plant Sciences Building’s seminar room lobby. Read Article Here
Congratulations to the winners of the 2020 Corn and Soybean Yield Contest!
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We would like to congratulate our Coastal AgroBusiness Clients who were recognized in the National Corn Yield Contest!
Ginny Barnes, Coastal AgroBusiness Solutions Advisor, has been honored as recipient of the Distinguished Woman in Southern Agriculture Award announced at the Southern Crop Production Association (SCPA) Virtual Annual Meeting on November 3, 2020. This award recognizes a leading woman who has made significant contributions to agriculture in the Southern United States.
Greenville, NC – Coastal AgroBusiness, Inc. is pleased to announce that Charles Burnett has joined its executive management team as General Counsel. Charles will work closely with the leadership team which manages day-to-day operations, sets and implements strategies for growth, and upholds company values. Charles brings many excellent business management skills to the company, particularly in the areas of human resources, finance, insurance and legal guidance.
Corn and Soybean Yield Contest – $500 to Top Grower in Each Region – Two Winners Per Region