Are you ready to learn from expert researchers and dedicated educators about subjects such as breeding and genetics, animal nutrition, ethics and welfare in the field of animal science?
Science evolves daily. And agriculture is an ever-changing field as well as we learn more about best practices. Students at Lincoln University are part of a land-grant institution that is mission-driven to enhance the state’s understanding of how to use science to improve agricultural production and the health and well-being of animals – large and small.
Faculty at Lincoln focus on animal science research that is meant to help farmers who manage small farm operations. Students learn from advanced research taking place at Lincoln and explore new discoveries that integrate research, extension, and education. Our projects and initiatives work in cooperation and collaboration with producers and other institutions — expanding our impact for farmers and consumers, your network with employers, and your knowledge in the field.
- Animal food manufacturer
- Animal Health Inspector
- Natural resources manager
- Scientific researcher
- Scientific/technical consultant
- Technical assistant, animal care
- Wildlife conservationist
State-of-the-art farms and labs
Aquaculture Large and small ruminant production Greenhouses Vegetable and fruit production Integrated pest management Selected agronomic crops
- Geospatial Information Sciences
- Wildlife Management
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