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Texas A&M poultry science student shares her experiences and future research goals

By Brooke McDonald Texas A&M University

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COLLEGE STATION, Texas —Camryn Wilder ’25, a student in the Department of Poultry Science within the Texas A&M College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, grew up knowing Texas A&M University was going to be a big part of her life.

“My Aggie parents sang me the War Hymn every night before bed,” Wilder said. “Before I could walk, I dug around in my family closet until I could find my dad’s A&M jersey. I have also always been involved in something agriculture-related, whether it was equestrian sports or raising goats.”

Fast forward. . .

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