More than 1,200 animals compete in the livestock show where judges come from all over the nation to determine the best animals. Western Bonanza provides exhibitors with more than $100,000 in premiums and sought-after awards.
What used to be an empty space filled with grass and weeds on the outskirts of campus is now a flourishing garden complete with flowers, fruits, vegetables and even chickens.
An all-women team of College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Science (CAFES) students flourished in an annual statewide flower-arranging contest.
The College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences (CAFES) was awarded a food safety outreach grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture to keep local farmers up to date on food safety.
Poly Hemp — the first Cal Poly club advocating for the education and research of industrial hemp — held its first meeting Wednesday, April 17. This comes one year after two students petitioned to start a pilot program at Cal…
Cal Poly’s Theory and Practice of Rodeo class (AG 243) does not meet in the classroom — not even once. The students gather at the rodeo grounds and spend each class working with Ben Londo, the coach of Cal Poly’s rodeo team.
The Cal Poly Organic Farm embodies Learn by Doing to a T — meaning students plan work days, till the soil, plant the seeds, harvest the crops, price the food and sell produce to San Luis Obispo residents. The sales…
Cal Poly remains undefeated soil science champions, taking first place at a regional competition in early November.