Multiple incidents of the Cal Poly and greater SLO communities trespassing onto the Equine Center’s private land have caused livestock experts to push for animal safety awareness on campus. Over […]
Cal Poly students can go to the Health Center and receive counseling — but some are exploring a more unconventional outlet for therapy: horses. According to Sarah Stewart, an equine […]
Foaling season at the Cal Poly Equine Center is officially underway. Students enrolled in the animal science foaling enterprise class get a unique opportunity to experience every step of the […]
On big game nights, an untamed stallion gallops across the football stadium as the crowd cheers him on. Affectionately known as Musty the Mustang, the 15 year-old horse has been […]
The Animal Science Department used the recent Direct Action Everywhere protest against the Cal Poly Meat Processing Center as a teaching moment for incoming agriculture students.
Dairy science senior Will Greenwood is part of a group of seven students who take care of Cal Poly’s calves
Cal Poly students are using Iberian pigs to find out causes of Type 2 diabetes.
Doggy Days, created by animal science alumni, is a monthly event that offers free vet services.
In exchange for reduced housing, Johnston and Quontamatteo wake up at 8 a.m. to care for pigs.
Animal science students are putting the Cat Program on campus to use.
Cal Poly has a reputation for producing some of the top graduates in the state, but who are the top of the top?