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Map of North Carolina (NC)
North Carolina Financial Management
Adams Brown, Strategic Allies, and CPAs work with ranchers, farmers, and other agribusinesses in North Carolina to enhance profitability. Through the implementation of AgriBuilder, many farmers and ranchers now have improved financial management processes leading to more profitable outcomes. They also have more effective and informed financial management processes that create peace of mind knowing they have access to accurate information – faster – to drive better decision-making.
About North Carolina Farming
North Carolina’s farming community is characterized by its diverse agricultural landscape. From the rolling hills of the Piedmont region to the coastal plains, farmers in the state grow an array of crops and raise various livestock. North Carolina is a leading producer of tobacco, sweet potatoes, poultry, hogs and nursery products.
Crop farming plays a significant role in North Carolina’s agricultural sector. In addition to tobacco and sweet potatoes, farmers grow commodities such as corn, soybeans, cotton, wheat, peanuts and vegetables. The state’s favorable climate and fertile soils support a variety of crops, each contributing to the state’s economy and the nation’s food supply.
The North Carolina farming community embraces sustainable practices to protect natural resources and promote environmental stewardship. Many farmers adopt conservation techniques such as cover cropping, crop rotation, integrated pest management and precision agriculture. These practices help preserve soil health, reduce water usage, and minimize the impact on surrounding ecosystems.
The farming community in North Carolina is supported by agricultural organizations, extension services, and educational institutions. The North Carolina Farm Bureau, the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services and the North Carolina Cooperative Extension provide resources, advocacy and education to farmers across the state. Research institutions, such as North Carolina State University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, contribute to advancements in agricultural practices through research and extension programs.