CAFNR Students at South Farm use new technology at the MU Beef Research and Teaching Farm.

The degree in Agribusiness Management prepares you to be a leader and decision maker in the global agrifood system, whether in industry or the policy arena. Learn the economic principles driving the agriculture value chain and receive training in finance, commodity marketing, management, policy analysis and entrepreneurship. Develop quantitative, analytic, interpersonal and critical thinking skills employers demand. Make a difference in improving agricultural production, processing, distribution and natural resource use.  Agribusiness Management career opportunities include: supply-chain management, commodity and food product marketing, agribusiness and food industry sales, farm management and production, financial management and analysis, human and public relations, policy and law, and entrepreneurial endeavors.

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