Carol Buckhout, M.P.S.

Carol Buckhout

Assistant Professor Emerita

B.S., Animal Science

Master's of Professional Studies (M.P.S.) in Agricultural and Occupational Education, Cornell University

Division: Business & Management

Carol Buckhout has been a faculty member in the Cazenovia College Equine Business Management Program in both part-time and full-time capacities since 1995. She teaches courses in equine nutrition, equine anatomy and physiology, and equine reproduction. She is the faculty coordinator for equine internships and assists with the Pleasure Driving course. Carol is a co-advisor of the Equine Ambassadors Club. She is a member of several professional equine organizations and enjoys various disciplines of riding, including dressage and pleasure driving. Carol lives in the Cazenovia area with her husband, Craig, and her two daughters, Emma and Ellie.

  • Member, Gamma Sigma Delta, the honor society of agriculture
  • Member, Class I, Lead NY
  • Alumni Service Award, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Cornell University
Innovative Teaching Ideas: A sharing of Teaching Ideas, Tips and Methods, Department of Education, Cornell Institute for Occupational Education, Research Publication 81-03
"Experiential learning: A Model for Equine Business management Students"; a Poster presentation at Equine Science Society National conference, Tucson, AZ,June, 2005
Provide Nutrition advice to area horse owners when requested
  • Member, Equine Science Society (ESS)
  • Member, American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists (ARPAS), Equine division
  • Board member, Lorenzo Driving Competition
  • Member, Cherry Valley Carriage Association
  • Social Member, Limestone Creek Hunt