Kan. university sees spike in agricultural majors

10/11/2013 | CattleNetwork.com

The number of students majoring in agricultural economics, animal science and similar subjects is climbing at Kansas State University. "There's a lot of students in this generation with a desire to do good and be part of an industry where they can apply their science and technology and math skills to solving a world problem ...," said Don Boggs, the university's associate dean of agriculture.

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