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UGA breaks ground on new Poultry Science Complex

Peter Frey/UGA Taking part in the recent groundbreaking ceremony for the University of Georgia’s new Poultry Science Complex were, left to right: Ryan Nesbit; Kelly Kerner; Kathy Pharr; Rahul Shrivastav; Provost S. Jack Hu; Ga. Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black; UGA President Jere W. Morehead; Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp; Marty Kemp; Nick Place; Kylie Bruce; Regent Everett Kennedy; Regent Philip Wilheit; Jennifer Frum; Arthur Tripp; and Toby Carr.

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ATHENS, Ga. — The University of Georgia broke ground on Nov. 15 on the site of a new, technologically advanced Poultry Science Complex in Athens, Ga. The project will dramatically increase capacity for instruction, research and collaboration supporting Georgia’s multibillion-dollar poultry industry, the largest sector of the state’s number one agriculture and agribusiness industry.

“This is an exciting day for the University of Georgia and the thousands of Georgians who work in our state’s poultry industry,” said UGA President Jere W. Morehead. “The construction of the new Poultry Science Complex embodies UGA’s land-grant mission to. . .

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