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New course gives students hands-on animal, research experiences

By Courtney Coufal Working newborn pigs, ultrasounding goats and measuring sarcomere lengths are typically skills an agriculture student does not learn until their third or fourth year in college, but for a group of Animal Science freshman and sophomores these experiences came early. A new course offered by the Department of Animal Science called Basic Animal and Research Experiences aims to bridge the gap between introductory animal science courses and upper-level specialized courses as well as basic science to applied science. Mainly designed for students with little agricultural… Read More →