The Mexico campus of Moberly Area Community College is getting a grant for a new barn for their Veterinary Technology Program.
The $2,000 grant comes from the MFA Oil Foundation and will go toward funding a new barn that will allow students in the program to gain experience in providing veterinary care to live animals of a variety of species.
The barn will include a loafing shed and corral space.
The 2-year Associate of Applied Science in Veterinary Technology program will begin classes this fall.
(Pictured are Fred Towbridge, Area Manager for Mexico MFA and Stephanie Gilliam, Director of MACC’s Veterinary Technology Program)