Agricultural Engineering deals with agricultural activities such as planning, supervising and managing the building of dairy effluent schemes, irrigation, drainage, flood water control systems, performing environmental impact assessments, agricultural product processing and interpret research results and implement relevant practices. Some of the agricultural engineers involve in manufacturing of agricultural machinery, equipment, processing technology, and structures for housing livestock and storing crops. Agricultural engineers also work in production, sales, management, research and development, or applied science. Agricultural engineers engage themselves in fields like food engineering and the processing of agricultural products; surveying and land profiling; soil management and conservation, including erosion and erosion control seeding, tillage, harvesting, and processing of crops; livestock production, including poultry, fish, and dairy animals, waste management, including animal waste, agricultural residues, and fertilizer runoff; and climatology and atmospheric science etc.

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