UF animal science students start getting hands-on experience during their
The University of Findlay has become one of the top animal science schools in the country. With the addition of the 31,000-square-foot Dr. C. Richard Beckett Animal Science Building, UF’s Center for Equine and Pre-Veterinary Studies provides the ultimate in hands-on learning experiences.
Our outstanding faculty trains students in the following areas:
- Handling and managing animals
- Owning and operating animal facilities
- Gaining knowledge about the animal agriculture industry
- Selecting from a variety of careers involving large and small animals
Our small, friendly campus has a culture of accessible instructors and staff. Our animal science program offers learning experiences with most farm species including beef and dairy cattle, swine, sheep, goats, llamas and horses.
We offer a variety of learning formats, including classroom studies, live animal evaluations and demonstrations and field trials.
Classes cover all facets of the animal industry!
The field of animal science is known for its variety and appeal to individual talents and interests. At The University of Findlay, animal science students can study:
- Livestock production
- Animal nutrition
- Breeding and genetics
- Forage management
- General management practice