|Course Number||Course Title|
|AnS 116||Practicum in Safe Horse Handling and Welfare|
|AnS 216||Equine Science|
|AnS 217||Equine Farm Practicum|
|AnS 306||Equine Evaluation|
|AnS 313||Exercise Physiology|
|AnS 316||Equine Reproduction Lab|
|AnS 317A||Equine Behavior and Training (Halter Breaking)|
|AnS 317B||Equine Behavior and Training (Yearlings)|
|AnS 399||Animal Science Internship|
|AnS 415||Equine Systems Management|
|AnS 475E||Horse Judging Team|
|AnS 490E||Independent Study - Equine Science|
|AnS 497||Undergraduate Teaching Experience|
The horse teaching farm is also utilized during AnS 101, AnS 332, academic quadrathlon, 4-H Round up, Master Equine Manager and other outreach programs as well as Block and Bridles LNA showmanship contest. Farm tours are given frequently to visitors, prospective students and the public.
Horses are critical to the teaching process, especially with more Animal Science students from non-farm backgrounds and/or non-livestock farms. Allowing students to have contact with animals and exposing them to management techniques is a great experience and is the principle purpose of this farm.