Texas A&M AgriLife Research – San Angelo

Since 1887, Texas A&M AgriLife Research has been an integral part of the Texas A&M System.  A&M AgriLife Research is the state’s only agency dedicated to research and technology development in food, agriculture and natural resources. There are 13 A&M AgriLife Research Centers throughout Texas.  Each serves the specific research needs of its home region, whether agricultural, environmental, urban, or a combination.

 


 

CURRENT PROJECTS:

Wool & Mohair Research 

Animal Breeding & Genetics

Livestock Nutrition Research Program

Range Management

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