Welcome Mackenzie Hall!

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Mackenzie HallWe are excited to welcome Mackenzie Hall to the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Cabarrus County Center team! Mackenzie officially began working June 1, 2020, as the Agricultural Extension Agent supporting programming in Livestock and Field Crops. Mackenzie will work with Cabarrus County farmers to provide education and technical support to their farming operations. Mackenzie has direct access to research and Specialists at North Carolina State University and North Carolina A&T State University to assist our local farmers.

Mackenzie recently received her Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture Production Systems from the University of Mount Olive in eastern North Carolina. Mackenzie is a North Carolina native, growing up on a farm in Lexington. She served as a summer intern at the N.C. Cooperative Extension in Rowan County office in 2019. Mackenzie’s animal expertise is in poultry, cattle, goats, horses, and swine. She also has experience in forage crops and developing pasture management systems.

You can contact Mackenzie by email or by phone (704-920-3310).