The Paul Stock Agriculture Pavilion is a 22,000 square foot facility used primarily to support the NWC Agriculture Department and Livestock Judging program; it is an extension of student learning through lab exercises and hands-on experience.
Programs directly related to the use of the Agriculture Pavilion are:
- Animal Science
- Production Agriculture
- Farm/Ranch Management
- Agriculture Business
- Fresh Meats Processing
- Livestock Judging
- Show Team
Events held in the Agriculture Pavilion and sponsored by the NWC Agriculture Department or other programs include:
- District FFA Livestock Judging
- Practice judging for 4-H and FFA students on a year-round basis
- The annual NWC Livestock Judging Camp
- The annual NWC Pig Sale
- Animal Science lab finals
- A.I. School
- Dances Hosted by the NWC Block and Bridle
The Crop and Soil Sciences Greenhouse is a 1,500 square foot facility used to provide hands-on activities to all our students. From forage crop science to range management, the greenhouse is used year-round as a demonstration, semester garden, experiment, and lab activity area.
The greenhouse is completely climate controlled by automation so that we can use it throughout the academic year.
Associate Professor of Agriculture; Chairperson for Agriculture, Business, Communications and Equine Division