Batting 1000: Feed Milling Awarded Third DELTA Grant

— Written By Rhea Hebert
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Five people standing in front of a very large screen wall

The DELTA Grants program has announced the awardees for their 2020-2021 grant cycle and there are a couple of familiar faces on the list.

It’s grants, not baseball, but the NC State University Feed Mill Education Unit’s power hitters, Associate Professor Adam Fahrenholz and Area Specialized Agent Marissa Herchler, are batting a thousand.

Since 2018, Fahrenholz and Herchler have applied to the DELTA Grants program three times. Every time, their application was accepted. In a year filled with challenges, the new grant was some of the best news they’d had in a while.

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