Friday, April 12, 2024
Your Ag College Guide

Your Ag College Guide


Ben Klick is the fifth generation to farm Windy Way Farm in Massillon, Ohio, and he says he wouldn't want to do anything else.
Tyler Arter and Kip Curtis

Ohio State Professor Kip Curtis has a vision of turning a portion of the Mansfield campus into a sustainable micro-farm and educational center.
Farmer milking cows

After a successful launch, the Dairy Production and Management MOOC is now offered in five languages — English, Spanish, Bulgarian, Chinese and Portuguese.
Ohio State students

Being an Ohio State College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences student, and athlete or a marching band member takes a lot of dedication and time management.

Bill Brown started Brown Bros. Farms as an FFA project in high school with just over 1,000 broilers and 75 turkeys. He has expanded to selling around 4,500 broilers and 850 turkeys a year, as well as adding layers to the mix.

The Ohio Agricultural Council offers up to six $1,500 scholarships annually. Applications must be turned in by Feb. 15, 2019.
Action Lake study

If you are an Ashtabula County resident and majoring in a 2- or 4-year degree in natural resources, apply for the John Wilson Memorial Scholarship.
Penn State logo

Prospective students and their families can explore the 17 academic majors and 22 minors of Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences on April 16.
Penn State's University Park campus Agricultural Engineering Building

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held June 8 to mark the official opening of Penn State’s rebuilt and renovated Agricultural Engineering Building.
Your Ag College Guide

It's here: The Farm and Dairy second annual Ag College Guide. The guide is designed to help high school students and their parents find colleges and...