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Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies Class Contributes to Multiple Disciplines
The D.E. King Equine Program recently added an interdisciplinary course focusing in equine-assisted activities and therapies, and it's been a big hit with students across campus.
Register for Hog Flop 2017
This is a charity single-elimination splash contest to raise money for children and families served by the NWA Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities.
Animal Science Academic Quadrathlon Team Competes in Tennessee
Canyon Dewey, Zena Hicks, Tyler Martin, and Brittany Stettmeier and their adviser, Janeal Yancey, traveled to the Southern Section Academic Quadrathlon Competition in February.
Lamb Watch Offers Hands-On Experience for Students
Jason Apple's Sheep Production class allows students the opportunity to step out of the classroom and into a real world farming and veterinary situation.
Arkansas Livestock Judging Team Places at Western National Livestock Judging Contest
The University of Arkansas livestock judging team ranked well in their first outing against national collegiate teams at the Western National Roundup Collegiate Livestock Judging Contest.