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Where To Find It; Maps of CASNR

College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources. We were one of the original colleges when Texas Tech opened in 1925. Facilities within the organization include the agriculture pavilion, dairy barn, Goddard natural resources management, plant science, agricultural education, agricultural sciences, animal science, fisheries and wildlife research, and food technology.   Learn More >>

Texas Tech Equestrian Center. For more than seven years, the Texas Tech Equestrian Center has been the heart of the horse world here on the High Plains. The $3.2 million facility is located on the southwestern edge of Lubbock, about nine miles from the main campus. It is home to our national champion ranch horse team, along with regionally-recognized rodeo/equestrian teams, and a therapeutic riding program.   Learn More >>

Fiber & Biopolymer Research Institute. Texas Tech’s FBRI has a fundamental objective to foster greater use of the natural fibers and increase textile manufacturing in Texas. Activities include researching, testing, and evaluating natural and man-made fibers. The 110,000 square-foot facility has a number of laboratories, including those involving biopolymer research, materials evaluation, weaving, and chemical finishing.   Learn More >>

Burnett Center for Beef Cattle Research & Instruction. Located some 15 miles north of Lubbock and six miles east of the small farming community of New Deal, the Burnett Center is an important resource to Texas’ feedlot industry and provides significant educational benefits to students in Tech’s Department of Animal and Food Sciences. It represents a significant investment into the state’s economically important feedlot industry.   Learn More >>

Texas Tech Research Farm – New Deal. The Texas Tech Research Farm at New Deal has approximately 120 acres that support the crop production research. Nearly half of this area is in grazing paddocks. The remaining area at the research farm supports research on irrigation management, cotton physiology, cotton stress tolerance, weed science, soil fertility and forage physiology.   Learn More >>

Texas Tech Quaker Ave. Research Farm. The a 130-acre farm features research from the Department of Plant and Soil Science, other departments, Texas AgriLife Research, Texas AgriLife Extension, and agribusiness companies. The entire farm is irrigated from two groundwater wells. More than 75 acres have subsurface drip irrigation.   Learn More >>