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MSU Farm

MSU Farm

 


 

MSU Farm is located on 395 Acres (approx.1,000 Rai or1,600,000 Square Meters) in Na Si Nuan Sub-district, Kantharawichai of Maha Sarakham Province, which is about 15 km away from the MSU Khamriang Campus.
 
This farm is the pride of MSU as it brings the "Modern Cowboy Farm" to the Heart of the Northeast. The farm provides much greater opportunity for livestock teaching and research with additional interesting and fun activities. It is home to a variety of livestock, including horses, ostriches, buffaloes, cows, pigs and poultry.
Curious visitors are welcome to the farm to observe, learn about and get hands-on experience of swine management, dairy cattle insemination management, milking procedures, plowing and horse riding, and buffalo riding activities.
 
Currently, there are 4 departments which are involved in various tasks at the MSU Farm, including:
1. Training skill and practice pre and post graduate of MSU in various areas of animal production such as animal nutrition, animal physiology, animal biotechnology, animal breeding, animal hygiene and animal production management.
2. Promoting and transferring innovation of knowledge, involving agriculture derived from the integration of modern technology and local technical know-how for development communities.
3. Promoting researchers of MSU to produce agricultural research, particularly animal science research and veterinary medicine research.
4. Managing agricultural business by various production means. In particular animal reproduction, for the purpose of preserving MSU’s core mission today, into a sustainable tomorrow.
 

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