Petting Farm Receives New Trailer, Thanks to Donors
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The Cal Poly Pomona Petting Farm has a new trailer to haul its animals, thanks to the Scritsmeier family.
Published Date: May 1, 2018 3:15:00 PM
The Cal Poly Pomona Petting Farm has a new trailer to haul its animals, thanks to an alumnus and his family.
Lyle Scritsmier may have graduated from the College of Business Administration, but his father owned and operated a swine farm in Ontario. Both of his parents worked on the Cal Poly Pomona campus for a time; his father, Lloyd Scritsmier, worked for the contractor that built the swine unit in Ag Valley.
In honor of their parents’ legacy, Lyle Scritsmier and his siblings decided to support the Huntley College of Agriculture and local community by contributing to the Cal Poly Pomona petting farm. The
In continuing the Cal Poly Pomona “learn by doing” model, Lyle Scritsmier also made a personal contribution to support stipends for Cal Poly Pomona students who work in the on-campus swine unit.
For more information about the Cal Poly Pomona Petting Farm,