Meet Emily, an Ag Business Development major at SUNY Morrisville
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I'm a senior in the ag business development program and I also received my associates degree in equine science and management. I chose Morris bill because of the small school setting, the small classroom sizes and the coin facilities that they offer here. My advice to a student who's coming to more as well as that. You have to put yourself out there and you have to be willing to try new things. So my favorite classes that I'm taking that Morris will were any of the hands on classes that I was able to take, the draft driving class, which is when we got to go work with the draft farm and drive a pair of horses. Then I really enjoyed taking the product development clouds compared to nelson farms and to develop a product and market it through nelson farms, which is located right in nelson new york. I'm participating in the equine judge in class where we got to go to all the barns and do a live judge based on different disciplines in the equine industry. When you come to Norrisville, I would suggest looking at all the options and different classes that you're able to take just because it's out of your major doesn't mean it doesn't count for any of your requirements in your major go mustangs.