Animal Husbandry at Cornell: A History and Record of Development from 1868 to 1963
Animal husbandry at Cornell is as old as the university itself. It is hoped that those that study this early history will grasp the significance of the evolutionary growth and development of the College's functions in educating and training men and women for leadership, the contributions to animal agriculture through research, and the transfer of knowledge and technology to livestock producers, industries, and consumers. Progress and development of animal husbandry at Cornell from the beginning through 1963 provided a firm foundation for even greater accomplishments in the future in the animal science.
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College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Cornell University
Animal Husbandry; Cornell University; Agriculture; Animal Culture; Study and Teaching