Agricultural Mechanization Farm Shop
The Hutson School of Agriculture mechanization and farm shop was constructed in 1999 and consists of 3,600 ft2 of instructional and laboratory space for the Agriculture Systems Technology program. The entire structure encompasses 7,200 ft2 of space utilized for University Farm maintenance and instructional purposes. The West Farm shop portion of the facility houses of a small office, a tool room, a machinery repair facility, and a chemical containment area. The classroom laboratory is equipped with two tool cages and is used primarily to teach skills related to machinery repair, mechanics, hydraulics, and small engines.