The purpose of the Oregon State University Dairy Club is to provide a welcoming, educational atmosphere for students who have an interest in dairy. The OSU Dairy Club strives to provide educational activities for dairy youth and the general public, and works to serve the Oregon and national dairy industries. The club caters to students with a wide variety of dairy related interests, and prepares and develops leaders to enter the working world.
The Oregon State University Goat Club is dedicated to celebrating all things goat, from fiber and milk to the goats themselves and the people who work with them. We work with the research herd housed at the OSU Sheep Center as well as plan field trips and activities related to the goat industry.
The Oregon State University Intercollegiate Horse Show Association equestrian team is a great opportunity for all levels of riders to ride and show competitively through college in a fun and friendly atmosphere.
The Oregon State University Meat Science Club is for students interested in the processing, science, and consumption of meat products. Through fundraising efforts, such as an annual smoked turkey sale, club members take industry tours, attend meat science conferences and conventions, host workshops and outreach events, and develop a wide range of new and innovative meat products at the OSU Clark Meat Science Center.
The Pre-Veterinary Medical Association (PVMA) at Oregon State University is the largest agricultural club at OSU. The purpose of PVMA is to further the knowledge of OSU students interested in the field of veterinary medicine. During member meetings, the PVMA officer team discusses club business with members, as well as presents information and offers sign-ups for upcoming events. PVMA meetings also provide opportunities for members to hear from guest speakers such as veterinary students, veterinarians, veterinary specialists, and more. Outside of member meetings, the PVMA officer team organizes three to four events every month in which members are able to participate in unique veterinary-related experiences such as clinics and workshops, volunteer trips, social activities, and symposia.
The Oregon State University Sheep Club aspires to provide students with an opportunity to experience the activities of sheep production as it would occur at various parts of the industry on any scale of production. Activities include hoof trimmings, vaccinating, lambing, ultrasounding, etc.
The Oregon State University Young Cattlemen's Association is an affiliate of the Oregon Cattlemen's Association and the National Cattlemen's Beef Association. As a student group we strive to promote agriculture and the beef industry at both the state and national levels. We achieve this goal through promotion, education and awareness during many different activities in which we host and actively participate. Some of the current goals include the recruitment of new members, establishment of clubs throughout the state of Oregon, active participation in cattlemen events at both the county and state level, and to promote agriculture and the beef industry on the Oregon State University campus.