The enduring agricultural industry will always need skilled managers and workers in its many areas, such as farms, ranches, feed services and government agencies.
American farmers, ranchers, and agricultural managers direct the activities of one of the world?s largest and most productive agricultural sectors. They produce enough food and fiber to meet the needs of the United States and produce a surplus for export.
Responsibilities of farmers and ranchers range from caring for livestock, to operating machinery, to maintaining equipment and facilities. Agricultural managers manage the day-to-day activities of one or more farms, ranches, nurseries, timber tracts, greenhouses, and other agricultural establishments for farmers, absentee landowners, or corporations. Their duties and responsibilities vary widely, but are concentrated on the business aspects of running a farm.
Steve Chavez- Teaching Lab Assistant
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Matt Mire - Instructor
Armando Duarte Jr. - Department Chair/Instructor
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