FHSU Profile – University Farm
One unique aspect of Fort Hays State University is the 3,800-acre working farm operated by the Department of Agriculture in the College of Health and Life Sciences. The farm produces marketable quantities of beef, cattle, dairy, swine, sheep, wheat, grain, sorghum, soybeans, corn and alfalfa.
The production also serves as a hands-on laboratory for students in the various concentrations for the B.S. in agriculture – general agriculture, agricultural education, agronomy, beef cattle management and animal science. The department also offers a major in agricultural business.
The chair of the department also serves as the farm manager.
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