O. D. Butler, Jr. Animal Science Complex

The O. D. Butler, Jr. Animal Science Complex was built in 1997, and dedicated to former department head, Dr. O.D. Butler in 2004. The facility is a 580-acre complex devoted to teaching, research, and Extension in animal science. The complex is located just west of the TAMU Campus on Highway 60, along the banks of the Brazos River between College Station and Snook, Texas.

It includes the following facilities:

  • Beef Center
  • Thomsen Center for Animal Studies
  • Sheep & Goat Center
  • Nutrition & Physiology Center
  • G. Rollie White Visitor Center

O.D. Butler, Jr. Animal Science Complex
Kerry Dean, Complex Manager

7707 Raymond Stotzer Parkway (Hwy 60)
College Station, Texas 77845
(979) 862-2582 or k-dean@tamu.edu

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