Cornell University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences is located in Ithaca, New York. The school offers a variety of majors including agricultural sciences, global and public health sciences, plant sciences and nutritional sciences. With nearly 21,000 students enrolled, Cornell University’s agricultural school is one of the largest in the United States. The school’s Dilmun Hill Student Farm allows students to practice sustainable agriculture and supply produce for local businesses. The 260-acre Homer C. Thompson Research Farm gives students the chance to implement their in-class knowledge on a real, working farm as they research subjects including cover crops and tillage effects. The Musgrave Research Farm is a 450-acre farm that lets students plant and harvest crops including field grain corn, winter wheat, soybean and hay.