Southern Arkansas University makes plans to revive poultry studies program
Southern Arkansas University, has announced plans to restore poultry studies to the curriculum. The Magnolia Reporter stated that the program would be restored, “probably in a larger way than it was before,” President Dr. Trey Berry told the Board of Trustees on Friday.
The plans would include a new chicken house to be built near the Agriculture Building. It would include a chicken processing facility, designed to blend in with the Georgian-style architecture of the rest of the campus.
“We’re going to teach the students the entire run of the poultry industry, from hatching all the way through processing,” Berry said.
Read the article here for more information about the proposed details.
Source: Magnolia Reporter