Phone: (512) 268-2911; x46281 or x48244
Degrees and Certifications:
Master of Science in Animal Science Reproductive Physiology Bachelor of Science in Animal Science Production
Mr. Cody Sultenfuss
Welcome! My name is Cody Sultenfuss! This is my 6th year teaching Agriculture Science and my 5th year at Jack C. Hays High School. I currently teach the Agriculture Mechanics & Metal (Welding), Wildlife, Fisheries & Ecology Management, Small Animal Management, Veterinary Medical Applications, Advanced Animal Science, and Livestock Production courses. I've also had the opportunity to teach Principles of Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources (PAFNR), Construction, and Edge Lab. I also serve as an advisor for the Jack C. Hays FFA program and the Livestock Judging Team coach.
Growing up on a working cattle ranch in Central Texas I learned from an early age how important agriculture meant to the very existence of the human race. Therefore, agriculture has always been a major part of my life. Throughout my youth I was very active in FFA. I showed a variety of different species (primarily steers and heifers), judged livestock, and participated in multiple leadership development events. However, the most fascinating privilege of agriculture has always been to experience the miracle of life with each and every new baby born.
Additionally, I earned a Master of Science in Animal Science - Beef Cattle Reproduction and a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science Production from Texas Tech University. Wreck'em Tech! During my collegiate career I was also privileged to be a member of the 2011 World and National Champion Meat Judging Team and the 2010 Wool Judging Team. I also have real world experience in product development research and running the daily operations of an 100 head cattle ranch.
My ultimate goal is to utilize my years of passion, education, and experience in the agriculture world to advocate for Agriculture Education!
Room: C125 and E105
Tutorials: Wednesdays (after school) or by appointment