Animal Science – Dairy A.A.S.

Student with a cow

If a family farm or a career in the dairy industry is in your future, you can make the most of two years of study in our animal science – dairy Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree program.

Morrisville is committed to meeting the future needs of the dairy industry. Our state-of-the-art free-stall dairy facility houses 200 milking cows as well as an electronically enhanced milking parlor and a student-managed computer system. Also featuring two heifer barns, a calf barn, and a show barn, the facility is entirely serviced by a plug-flow anaerobic digester that handles animal waste and produces electrical power.

The college’s 500 acres of cropland ensure a supply of forages for the herd.

As a progressive practical program, the dairy science curriculum concentrates on dairy cattle management. Emphasizing both managerial and hands-on experiences, the program leads to vast career opportunities in areas such as dairy nutrition or production management, reproductive management, and agribusiness positions.

After completing this two-year program, you may choose to seek employment in the dairy industry, work at your own family farm, enter our Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) degree program in dairy management, or transfer to other colleges.

Janet Hanehan '18

Alumna, Agricultural Business Development B.B.A.
As part of our Women in Agriculture Business series, alumna Janet Hanehan visited the SUNY Morrisville campus to talk to us about her exciting career as a woman in ag business. Janet is currently a Crop Consultant for Nutrien Ag Solutions.

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