What You Will Learn 

What Is a Feed Mill Management Degree?

This option links the coursework in Agriculture Business and Animal Science with on the job training through its internship requirement. If you enjoy the challenge of animals, markets, management and transportation, this option should be your choice. The program is designed to prepare students to enter the challenging Feed Milling Industry. 

 

What are the career opportunities?

Animal agriculture contributes more than 55% of the total annual agricultural income in Arkansas. The basis for all of animal agriculture is a dynamic feed milling industry that provides the nutrients essential for animal growth and reproduction. Sustainability of animal agriculture in Arkansas depends upon efficient feed utilization and minimization of environmental impact. The educational emphasis of this program is directed at meeting the needs of industry clientele currently working in our many feed mills.

Specifically, Feed Mill Management option graduates are prepared to:

 

What Courses Will I Take?

The Academic Advising Center has created maps that are term-by-term sample course schedules based on the current Undergraduate Catalog. On each Degree Map, the milestones listed to the right of each term are designed to keep students on track to graduate in four years.

Course Descriptions can be viewed in the Undergraduate Catalog 


 

What Resources Are Available To Me?

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Where Might I Find A Job After Graduating From This Program?

Career opportunities exist in agricultural business firms, banks, and other financial agencies; marketing; food processing; extension; soil conservation; forestry; farm and agri-business management; and sales and distribution firms. Find out more by visiting Career Services.

 

Where Can I Get More Information About The Feed Mill Management Degree?

Dr. Malcolm Rainey Jr. (mraineyjr@atu.edu) is an animal reproductive physiologist and serves as Head of the Department of Agriculture.  He earned his PhD from Mississippi State University and is interested in student academic and professional success.