40 cows and pigs now share the Veteran's High School campus with its students.
Volunteers built a school barn to house the Future Farmers of America livestock program.
Agriculture teacher Clay Walker says it's 136 feet long and 48 feet wide.
It houses 40 cows and pigs in 21 pens.
Walker says the barn enables students to work with their animals everyday.
Once they built it, they had an overwhelming number of students want to participate in the program. Walker said they had to turn some away from showing livestock this year.
Student Levi Davis wants everyone to have the opportunity to participate.
Davis said, "I hope to see it really flourish, and I hope to go off to college and come back and see there be another barn, a bigger barn, adding on to it, and just a great program to let other people do what I love to do, and see how it influences them."
Walker says the barn isn't just for the schools 217 FFA students.
It's also being used by science and history classes for outdoor lessons.