County's new field agent grew up on family farm
By Steve Herring
Published in News on June 10, 2013 1:46 PM
Wayne County Cooperative Extension Director Kevin Johnson, left, and new field crop agent Tyler Whaley check some heads of wheat in a field on St. John Church Road. Whaley takes over the position after John Sanderson resigned in January. Whaley, who grew up on a family farm in Lenoir County, graduated in May from N.C. State University. The county cooperative extension office also has an opening for a livestock agent.
One of two key positions in the Wayne County Cooperative Extension Service office has been filled with the hiring of Kinston native Tyler Whaley as the county's new field crop agent. Whaley, a May 2013 graduate of North Carolina State...
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