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Matthew Miller is Virginia’s Newest Farm Business Management Agent

Farm Business Management Update, June/July 2006

By Gordon Groover, (, Extension Economist, Farm Management, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, Virginia Tech

Matthew Miller, farm business management agent, hired April 10, serves the 18 counties of the Southwest District. Matthew had previously spent six years in Carroll County as the ANR Agent and Unit Coordinator. Matthew holds BS and MS degrees from Virginia Tech in Animal Science and a minor in Agricultural and Applied Economics, with an emphasis on applied production. Matthew is a native of Southwest Virginia and has extensive experience in livestock and forage production and economics. Matthew can be reached at the Smyth County Extension Office in Marion.

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