Agriculture Engineer

"Farmers Are Us" By:Trevor Jenquin Hour 2

Facts about Agriculture

  • Agricultural engineers design agricultural machinery for planting
  • They tilling and harvesting crops
  • They design buildings for animals and for the storage for crops
  • Agricultural engineers work to find solutions
  • They also help farmers plan irrigation
  • Agricultural engineers design machines for planting and harvesting crops
  • They also work on soil and water conservation
  • Agricultural engineers usually work 40 hours a week
  • Agricultural engineers usually work in labs Some may work with farmers
  • They find better ways to get food to market

Pros and cons

Pro: You work with people like farmer because you will be able to work with some one .

Pro: Can get a lot of money. It is around $47,000 to $110,000.

It is a pro because it is a lot of money.

Pro: Will try to solve problems and I am good at solving problems.

Con: Need to go to school for a long time to get the job. School would be a lot of money so that is way it is a con.

Con: Would need to be in a laboratory most of the day and on a computer. I would get boring just looking a a computer so that is way that is a con.

Con: It is a competition job so you will need to now what you are doing. I will be hard to get the job.

High school and college class

High school class

Agronomy, Calculus, Physics, Statistics and Probability, and Trigonometry/Advanced Algebra.

College class

  • Agricultural Power and Machinery
  • Agricultural Process Engineering
  • Agricultural Structures Design
  • Calculus
  • Chemistry
  • Dynamics
  • Electric Power and Controls
  • Electronic Circuits
  • Engineering Physics
  • English Composition
  • Hydrology
  • Need a Bachelor degree in agriculture engineer

More Information

1.Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources | 101 S. Webster Street . PO Box 7921 | Madison, Wisconsin 53707-7921

Call 1-888-936-7463 from 7 a.m. - 10 p.m.

2.merican Society for Engineering Education

1818 N Street N.W. Suite 600 | Washington DC 20036 | T.202.331.3500 | F.202.265.8504 - See more at:

Job Advertisement

If you like building and like working with people and like solving problems than agriculture engineer is for you. You will get 47,000 to 110,000 dollars. It will be a competitive job. You will need a bachelor degree in agriculture engineer. You will work with farmers. You will also build machine that will help farmers plant crops faster and you will also build place for animals to stay in. You will work in laboratory and solving problems.

If you need more information call the number below.