Agricultural Sciences

The Agricultural Sciences Program is one of the fastest-growing and largest divisions in the Blinn College District. Blinn offers agricultural science classes on all of its campuses, with the hub of the program located at the W.J. "Bill" Rankin Agricultural Complex on the Brenham Campus.

Agriculture at Blinn is an academically driven program providing accredited courses that can lead to an associate degree and transfers to major universities. Blinn is an active member of the Agriculture Consortium of Texas and maintains close associations with department heads and representatives from all Texas agriculture universities to ensure a smooth transition for students.

The Agricultural Sciences Program has one of the most active extracurricular programs in the state, including livestock judging, the Agriculture Club, wildlife, agriculture mechanics, horticulture, and agricultural sciences.


Agriculture Courses

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  • Bryn Behnke
  • Assistant Dean for Agriculture and Natural Sciences


Vet Tech Blinn-Brenham students clock over 1,000 hours volunteering at Washington County Fair

More than 100 agricultural sciences and veterinary technology students took part in various events

Livestock Judging Blinn College livestock judging team wins Tulsa State Fair competition

Kylie Patterson’s first-place finish leads sophomore division to championship

Agriculture Complex Blinn College livestock judging team earns Mid-American Classic championship

Sophomore Jaci Burgin earns two first-place finishes for the sophomore division