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More college students turning to agriculture programs

Zec Kehoe, a first-year animal science major at SUNY Cobleskill, feeds cows on Tuesday.
Zec Kehoe, a first-year animal science major at SUNY Cobleskill, feeds cows on Tuesday.
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Elizabeth Goblet was raised on a livestock farm in Schoharie and is planning her future there. Growing up, she learned all about tending sheep and beef cattle and growing hay, but additional skills were needed to keep the business profitable. Now a senior in SUNY Cobleskill’s agricultural business program, Goblet is taking her book-learning back to the farm. “I have learned financial management, I have learned accounting and balance sheets; we took an entire course ...


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