Mechanical Systems in Agriculture is the specialization-level course designed to provide rigorous applications in the agricultural engineering field. Throughout the course, students apply technical skill while becoming competent in the process used to operate, repair, engineer, and design agricultural tools and equipment.
Mechanical Systems in Agriculture areas of study include:
- Electrical Systems
- Structural Systems
- Energy Systems
- Machine Service and Maintenance
- Geographic Information & Global Position Systems
- Mechanical Design & Management
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Development of the CASE Mechanical Systems in Agriculture course has been made possible by contributions from John Deere, Firestone, and Darling Ingredients as a special project of the National FFA Foundation.