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Photo gallery Touring Dairy Science

April 5, 2019

Prospective students and their parents toured UW–Madison’s Department of Dairy Science on Friday during an open house, as they got a firsthand look at one of the world’s leading dairy science departments. They had the opportunity to participate in hands-on workshops and learn about the wide variety of learning opportunities available to dairy science majors. Those attending also previewed the cattle selling that will take place at the Badger Dairy Club’s 19th Badger Invitational Sale on April 6.

Photo: In a cattle barn with cow visible, an instructor talks to about a dozen students.

Prospective dairy science students learn about cannulated dairy cows as they tour UW–Madison's Dairy Cattle Center in Madison on Friday. Photo by Michael P. King/UW–Madison CALS

Photo: A woman gesticulates as she speaks to a group of students.

Prospective dairy science students, foreground, listen to a lecture by Heather White, associate professor of dairy science, in DYSC311: Comparative Animal Nutrition in the Animal Sciences building. Michael P. King/UW-Madison CALS

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