Charles Lee Morgan Poultry Center

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The purpose and mission of the Morgan Poultry Center is to provide support for research, teaching, and extension activities. It is our goal to provide this in an efficient and timely manner, while following the agricultural guidelines for humane treatment of poultry.



The Morgan Poultry Center is located 1.5 miles from campus and consists of 11 experimental houses, a feed mill, a hatchery, and a workshop containing the farm office. The poultry farm houses a variety of breeds of chickens that are either reared at the farm, or purchased from approved commercial vendors.  The farm supports both teaching, research and extension activities.

In being a Teaching and Research facility the farms strives to set an exceptional example of how to manage and care for poultry.  In doing this, the farm adheres to good husbandry practices by following the  recommendations from the 'Guide for the Care and Use of Agricultural Animals in Agricultural Research and Teaching.'

For more information check out the Morgan Poultry Center brochure.

For the Public

The farm offers the opportunity for the public to view various breeds of poultry.
Tours are available by appointment for schools and the general public.

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Contact:
Carol Foster-Mosley Manager   cfstrms@clemson.edu

 

 

222 Old Cherry Road
Clemson, SC 29634
Office: (864) 656-3064
Fax: (864) 656-0276