Human Nutrition & Food Science HNFS students apply chemistry, physics, and engineering in their studies as they prepare to become leaders in the nutrition, food, and health fields. Plant Science Plant Science students gain valuable work experience in our on-campus greenhouses, farm, and vineyards. Apparel Merchandising & Management AMM students design, create, market, and sell products from their own clothing lines. Animal & Veterinary Sciences Animal and veterinary science students participate in hands-on lab courses. Agribusiness & Food Industry Management/Agricultural Science Agribusiness students learn about the farm production business from field to plate.
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Arabian Horse Production Sale Shatters Records In Memoriam: Bonnita Farmer In Memoriam: Henry Cherner Midge the Llama, 1997-2017 Huntley College Accepting Nominations for 2018 Award Students Travel to Costa Rica to Learn About Agriculture From Great Minds Come Great Wines
The W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Center shattered records at its Third Annual Production Sale on Aug. 2 The center sold 11 Arabian horses during the online auction, grossing $126,250. That broke the 2015 record of nearly $75,000 for 18 horses. Dr. Bonnita Farmer, a former professor and former chair of the Department of Human Nutrition & Food Science, has died from complications from a fall. Henry Cherner, a Los Angeles fashion industry pioneer and a long-time supporter of the Department of Apparel Merchandising & Management, died on Sunday, July 16. We are sad to report that we have lost one of the most popular figures on campus: Midge the Llama. The Huntley College of Agriculture is accepting nominations for the 2018 Jim Hicks Agricultural Achievement Award. Fourteen Cal Poly Pomona students attended a three-week study abroad course this summer in Costa Rica to learn about tropical sustainable agriculture. Cal Poly Pomona’s latest Horsehill Vineyards vintage, a 2016 Zinfandel rosé, received Gold Medal recognition at the 2017 Los Angeles International Wine Competition.
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