Dairy and Specialty Crops Incubator

Students use pressed oils to create scented candles.
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The newly renovated Dairy and Specialty Crops Incubator, located on Eaton Street near the Sheila Johnson Design Center, is a state-of-the-art facility with a custom Cannabox growth Pod for year-round specialty crops production. The facility features a commercial kitchen for crop processing, and soon will offer dairy processing equipment where our various agricultural and dairy programs will experience sustainable farm-to-market concepts aligning with their programs.


Ag business students pose with a food product they created.
Growing markets. In this exciting time of growth in global opportunity, small and large agricultural businesses in the U.S. have one thing in common: They are all competing for growing local, regional and international markets.
Cows graze at the SUNY Morrisville Dairy Complex.
Through the SUNY Morrisville agricultural science bachelor’s degree, you will have the ability to tailor the program to best fit the career you’re most passionate about. Regardless of the path you choose, the program’s curriculum — which was developed with the help of our agriculture industry partners to meet the needs of today’s workforce — will expose you to a wide breadth of courses within agriculture.
Dairy students with cows
Considering a degree in dairy? SUNY Morrisville prepares you for all aspects of the industry. The dairy industry is among New York State’s largest employers, with a great need for qualified managers and management of dairy farms and related businesses.
Student helping at plant sale
Put that green thumb to work. As a student in our Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech) degree program in horticulture business management, you’ll start with a hands-on education in horticulture and grow into an entrepreneur-based approach to owning or operating a horticulture-related business.