Mr. Feldman’s agriculture classes were invited to the NC State University test farm September 8. Students learned about many careers in agriculture including bee-keeping, farm equipment safety and maintenance, veterinary medicine and veterinary assisting, livestock farming, vegetable farming, soil and water testing, fish and wildlife management, farm credit and banking, and MORE. CHHS students were complimented on their participation and representation of their school community. Students also learned about the test farm: Many innovative ideas are tried and tested right here in Haywood County before farmers across the state are encouraged to implement them. Currently different kinds of steers are being raised with the same food, water, and care to see if certain genetic breeds will grow larger or stay healthier. The careers in agriculture are wide open, ranging from on-the-job training to extensive college study.