Specializing in Ag Bioscience
Indiana, particularly Knox County, has the right conditions to support the development of meaningful, valuable ag+bio+science solutions.
Our rich agriculture history is also driving exploration, experimentation, and innovation. Farmers and scientists work face-to-face to provide cutting-edge research that promises to move the global agriculture industry into the future.
The future of agriculture is alive and well, as demonstrated by the Southwest Purdue Ag Program, a partnership between Vincennes University and Purdue University to offer a pathway for students to earn a two or four-year degree in agriculture.