Ag Students Sell Farm Fresh Eggs and Local Jams

Senior agricultural science majors are selling local products as part of their yearlong capstone project.

We Be Jammin’ offers jams, jellies and butters made from local produce, with flavors including peach, apple, pear, beet, blackberry and jalapeno. The spring pre-order form can also be accessed online here. For more information, contact Alexandria Avila or view the spring newsletter.

The group Two Chicks & A Rooster Egg Laying Company produces eggs from free-range hens and sells them to surrounding community members. For more information, contact Alexis Kelsey.

Students from both groups will be selling their products from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. at tables in Missouri Hall, April 10-12, and in McClain Hall, April 13-14.

The agricultural capstone project allows students to execute an agricultural production/marketing enterprise or participate in a major research project. In addition to jams and eggs, other groups are selling homemade bread and dressed ducks. Another group is conducting a fish research project. For more information on the agricultural capstone projects, contact Michael Seipel.               

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