1994 College and AAES News Releases

Pilot Program May Provide New Sources of Power and Empowerment for Rural Areas

State Horse Industry Responsible for $1.6 Billion Economic Impact

AU Grazing Study May Put More Beef on the Table

AU Scientists Finds Possible Treatment for Aids, Animal Retroviruses

Touchton Named Fellow in the American Society of Agronomists

Good Food and Safe Environment Highlights of Field Day

Multi-Colored Peppers Soon to Brighten Fields of Sand Mountain

Stringfellow Helping Provide New Options for Cattle Breeders

Parent-Child Interactions Affect Children's Social Development

Research Helping Improve Everyone's Performance

Research Identifying Best Baby Foods for Infants at Risk

Quality Medical Care Could Become Scarce in Rural Areas

Researchers Looking for New Options for Small Apparel Films

Research Determining Strengths-Weaknesses of Rural Retailers

Auburn-TVA Project a Model for Future Irrigation of the Tennessee Valley

Rawls Appointed Superintendent of Upper Coastal Plain Substation

Huffman Named Director of AU's Food Technology Institute

AAES Publishes Handbook on Shade Trees for the Southeast

Agribusiness Leaders Inducted into AU Ag Alumni Hall of Honor

Mikel Focuses Research on Adding Value and Safety to Beef

New Soybean Variety Combines High Yields and Pest Resistance

New Forage Options Springing from Van Santen's Research

Gene Gun Being Used in Auburn Research

Tick Paralysis Again Affecting Wild Birds

AAES Names Research Award Winners