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The Agricultural Business and Management Technology/Animal Science Program, located on the Senatobia campus, prepares students for livestock and ranch management. Students will assist in breeding livestock, administering medicine and working with seed, feed and chemical sales.
Special Admissions Requirements Apply – please see more here.
Instructor: Shelli Benton | Phone: 662-562-3430 | Office Location: A.P. Fatheree Building
What can I expect from a career in The Agricultural Business and Management Technology/Animal Science
Agricultural managers usually do not plant, harvest, or perform other production activities; instead, they hire and supervise farm and livestock workers, who perform most daily production tasks. Managers may establish output goals; determine financial constraints; monitor production and marketing; hire, assign, and supervise workers; determine crop transportation and storage requirements; and oversee maintenance of the property and equipment.
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