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'Cracking the Code on Egg Production, Marketing '

Learn how photoperiodism affects chickens’ and other plant’s and animal’s egg laying habits, and how the cost of eggs in the grocery store is impacted by this phenomena. In addition, learn what ‘free range,’ ‘full range’ and ‘organic’ eggs mean in this workshop that will deliver lessons in science and economics for high school students.

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Lisa Gaskalla
Email: Lisa.gaskalla@naitco.org
Speaker Order: 1
Author Order: 1
Person Type: Primary Presenter
State: Florida
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Main Phone: 352-745-0246
Biosketch: Lisa Gaskalla is executive director of National Agriculture in the Classroom, a post she has held since January 2017. Before that, she worked as executive director of Florida Agriculture in the Classroom for 13 years, as executive director of Polk County Farm Bureau for four years and public relations manager for Florida Citrus Mutual. She has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Florida and worked as a newspaper reporter for 13 years before going to work from the agriculture industry in Florida.
Organization/Affiliation: National Agriculture in the Classroom Organization