GROW AND LEARN
AT A BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS
TRACK OPTIONS AND REQUIREMENTS
- Crop consultant or field scout
- Farmer or farm manager
- Seed, fertilizer, or chemical sales/service
- Crop insurance adjuster
- Soil conservationist
- Landscape design, installation and maintenance
- Greenhouse production and management
- Retail nursery management
- Sports turf management
- Center-pivot irrigation technician
- Ag chemical applicator
- Ag Equipment Service technician
Dustin Zitek, Ag Mechanics and Welding"Going above and beyond for a student is easy when they meet you half way, and the final outcome is truly an experience that will always be everlasting."
Beyond what you'll learn in class, you'll have the opportunity to be a part of clubs, organizations and extracurricular activities directly related to your major.
Horticulture Club - Activities include campus landscaping projects; and plant and vegetable sales throughout the year to raise money that club members can use to attend professional meetings, seminars, and workshops.
Farm Bureau Club - Become knowledgeable about issues affecting agriculture and ag policy development, and attend Farm Bureau's annual meeting, and the Young Farmers and Ranchers conference.
Other activities you may be interested in include: Rodeo Team, Equestrian Teams, and Livestock Judging Team.
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