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Montana Farm Bureau Proud Of MSU College Of Agriculture Listing


The Montana Farm Bureau is proud to learn Montana State University College of Agriculture has been named one of the four best colleges for studying agriculture by the online service, Campus Explorer. According to Campus Explorer, MSU’s College of Agriculture was ranked for its diverse six departments, working farms, specialized research centers and the popularity of agriculture on campus. “Montana Farm Bureau has very close ties with MSU, as our state’s land grant university,” said Montana Farm Bureau President, Bob Hanson. “They have an excellent curriculum covering a variety of disciplines in agriculture, from animal science to Ag education. Our organization has hired many MSU graduates through the years. We are thrilled MSU received this well-deserved honor, ranking at the top with those venerable schools like Purdue University, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and Utah State University.”

“MSU offers quality agricultural education. They have an impressive array of research stations across the state, ranging from studies in wheat and pulse crop production to cattle genetics,” continued Hanson. “We’re proud MFBF is involved in many ways with the College of Agriculture, from providing sponsorships, working closely with MSU faculty and staff, and having a Collegiate Farm Bureau presence on campus.”

The ranking listed the college’s ability to provide more than 100 scholarships in all disciplines of agriculture, available to every student in the college to apply through a single form. “This is great news for MSU College of Agriculture graduates whose potential employers know the MSU grad has had an excellent education for the workforce,” Hanson said. “I especially want to thank MSU President Waded Cruzado. She has been very supportive of the College of Agriculture and has been excellent to work with.”


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