McFarlane-Coffman Agriculture Center

The McFarlane-Coffman Agriculture Center was established in August of 2000 to serve students from throughout Clovis Unified School District.  Currently, the twenty-two acre facility consists of two traditional classrooms, two science laboratory classrooms, three engineering classrooms, and a biotechnology facility.  The Agriculture Engineering Facility consists of six separate shops, each outfitted with state of the industry equipment.  The Farm Laboratory includes animal units for beef, sheep, swine, goats and rabbits.  Four acres of irrigated pasture houses cattle, sheep, and horse projects.  The 4,800 sq/ft Greenhouse facility supports year around student plant projects. The Crop Science Laboratory includes eleven acres consists of numerous plots growing apples, citrus, vines, tree fruit, and nut crops.




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