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Student attends US Department of Agriculture national forum

Murray State recently honored senior agriculture business student, Samantha Anderson, for her invitation to the USDA Agricultural Outlook Forum Student Diversity Program in Arlington, Va., Feb. 21-22. Anderson was one…

Semiannual Bull Blowout attracts crowd

Semiannual Bull Blowout attracts crowd

Hundreds of cowboy hats and dirty boots filled the William “Bill” Cherry Agricultural Expo Center last weekend for the semiannual Bull Blowout, hosted by the Murray State Rodeo team. The…

Agriculture event yields more than 1,000 participants

The Hutson School of Agriculture and the Agriculture Leadership Council hosted their 9th annual Fall on the Farm event at Murray State’s Pullen farm complex last week. The event was open…

Students assist in Pullen Farm garden responsibilities

Students assist in Pullen Farm garden responsibilities

With winding pathways leading down trails of beautiful landscaping, trees and flowers as far as the eye can see and smells that can’t be beat, Pullen Farm is Murray’s hidden…

Murray State Wildlife, Fisheries Society compete in outdoor competition

When nature calls, no one answers it better than the Murray State Wildlife and Fisheries Society. As an organization at Murray for years, the Murray State Wildlife and Fisheries Society…

University may receive $4 million for Breathitt

Austin Ramsey News Editor President Randy Dunn and the University Board of Regents are handling a certain $4 million in the proposed state budget with steady hands. While most state…

Soybeans take event’s center stage

Soybeans take event’s center stage

Chris Wilcox Staff writer Murray State’s Hutson School of Agriculture and the Kentucky Soybean Board hosted the eighth Annual Soybean Promotion Day Tuesday. Faculty, staff, student and community members attended…