Huntington University in northeast Indiana may be small, but it’s playing a big role in building a strong talent pool of future workers in agriculture and animal science. The school is celebrating the opening of the Don Strauss Animal Science Education Center, a 10,000 square foot facility that includes a flexible pen space, on-site classroom and a living-learning space for students. Dr. Sherilyn Emberton has more on the university’s rising profile in ag education.

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