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The Shorthorn (continued by Stosag, ) was a yearbook of Stockbridge School of Agriculture, Massachusetts Agricultural College (and Massachusetts State College and UMass Amherst).Digital files are hosted on the Internet Archive. Yearbooks were published under the following titles: College Symposium of the Kansas State Agricultural College for the year ; Biography and History of the Class of '95, Kansas State Agricultural College for the year ; K.S.A.C. '96 for the year ; Class Book of the Class of '98, Kansas State Agricultural College for the year ; The Sledge for the year ; Sunrise for the . Course catalogs were published under the following titles: Catalogue of the officers and students of the Kansas State Agricultural College, with a brief history of the institution, 1st (/4); Annual catalogue of the officers and students of the Kansas State Agricultural College for, 2nd (/5)-4th (/9); Catalogue of the officers and students of the Kansas State Agricultural College. The bill is signed by Iowa Governor Ralph P. Lowe and establishes the State Agricultural College and Model Farm. An appropriation of $10, is made to purchase land and finance improvements. J Story County is selected as the site for the Iowa Agricultural College. The original farm of acres is purchased for $5,
In January of , a bill was introduced to the North Dakota state legislature which called for the establishment and operation of the North Dakota Agricultural College and Experiment Station at Fargo. The bill passed and was approved by the governor on March 8, The first meeting of the Board of Trustees was on May 1, Students CFAES students get personal attention, out-of-classroom opportunities, and real-world experiences to help them find their fit and prepare them for world-changing careers via . Students in our college come from both urban settings and traditional agricultural backgrounds. They are first-generation, legacy, in-state, out-of-state and out-of-country students. This diversity adds strength to the Ferguson College of Agriculture experience. K-State Research and Extension Changing the World for Over Years When Kansas State Agricultural College became the nation's first operational land-grant university in , a precedent was set that would change the world – yesterday, today and in the future.
The Ag Student magazine was a Kansas State Agricultural College (now Kansas State University) publication that was written and edited by students interested in agricultural journalism. It ran from to circa KS Far mer, Kansas Farmer was created in . In addition to six academic departments, the college is home to both SDSU Extension and the South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station. The SDSU West River Research & Extension is a satellite of the college, and serves as center for teaching, research, extension, and outreach activities in the western part of the state. Students, faculty and staff in the MSU College of Agriculture and Natural Resources tackle some of the world’s biggest problems related to food, health and the environment. The roots of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences go back to when Iowa established the State Agricultural College and Model Farm. It officially opened in as the first coed land-grant in the nation. That was among many college “firsts,” including the first courses in forestry, dairying and bacteriology in the nation.