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Student Perspectives: Kristen Glosson | CALS News Center Student Perspectives: Kristen Glosson | News from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Student Perspectives: Kristen Glosson | CALS News Center Student Perspectives: Kristen Glosson | News from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences | Research from the NC Agricultural Research Service | Scoop.it
News from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at NC State
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MS student Kristen Glosson, who volunteers at the CALS Lake Wheeler dairy, is creating new options for dairy farmers through her research on cattle nutrition. The project focuses increasing nutrient density of pasteurized whole milk by supplementing a pasteurized milk balancer product to promote animal health and development in early life.

 

Kristen explains her passion for research in this video interview:

http://www.cals.ncsu.edu/agcomm/news-center/perspectives/student-perspectives-kristen-glosson/

 

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‘From crops to cows to cream’: Milking center dedication highlights N.C. State’s innovative approach to dairy science and education | CALS News Center

‘From crops to cows to cream’: Milking center dedication highlights N.C. State’s innovative approach to dairy science and education | CALS News Center | Research from the NC Agricultural Research Service | Scoop.it

"A new N.C. State University milking center was cause for celebration for North Carolina’s dairy industry Friday Nov. 9. More than 100 people came out to view the new building designed to enhance the university’s teaching, research and extension programs in both food and animal sciences.

 

"The center includes milking stalls where about 150 cows are milked twice a day, producing 1,000 gallons a day of milk that’s trucked to Schaub Hall and used in Howling Cow ice cream and other dairy products. ..."

 

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Putting the State in State Fair :: North Carolina State University Bulletin

Putting the State in State Fair :: North Carolina State University Bulletin | Research from the NC Agricultural Research Service | Scoop.it

Putting the Fair in the State Fair, CALS contributes a cow milking booth, Howling Cow ice cream, and gardening tips ...

 

Help us build a home for Howing Cow ice cream

http://www.ncsu.edu/foodscience/dairy/howlingcow/index.html

 

Visit our Dairy Research & Teaching Farm

http://www.ncsu.edu/foodscience/dairy/howlingcow/farm.html

 

 

 

 

 

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‘From crops to cows to cream’: Milking center dedication highlights N.C. State’s innovative approach to dairy science and education

‘From crops to cows to cream’: Milking center dedication highlights N.C. State’s innovative approach to dairy science and education | Research from the NC Agricultural Research Service | Scoop.it
News from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at NC State
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"A new N.C. State University milking center was cause for celebration for North Carolina’s dairy industry Friday Nov. 9. More than 100 people came out to view the new building designed to enhance the university’s teaching, research and extension programs in both food and animal sciences.

 

"The center includes milking stalls where about 150 cows are milked twice a day, producing 1,000 gallons a day of milk that’s trucked to Schaub Hall and used in Howling Cow ice cream and other dairy products.

 

"The center’s dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Lake Wheeler Road Field Laboratory’s Dairy Educational Unit mark an important milestone in the development of a vertically integrated dairy enterprise system that encompasses not just the dairy farm unit but also the Schaub Hall Dairy Pilot Plant."

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"A new N.C. State University milking center was cause for celebration for North Carolina’s dairy industry Friday Nov. 9. More than 100 people came out to view the new building designed to enhance the university’s teaching, research and extension programs in both food and animal sciences.

 

The center includes milking stalls where about 150 cows are milked twice a day, producing 1,000 gallons a day of milk that’s trucked to Schaub Hall and used in Howling Cow ice cream and other dairy products.

 

The center’s dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Lake Wheeler Road Field Laboratory’s Dairy Educational Unit mark an important milestone in the development of a vertically integrated dairy enterprise system that encompasses not just the dairy farm unit but also the Schaub Hall Dairy Pilot Plant."

 

 

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Register & Join Us for the New State-of-the-Art Milking Center Dedication, Nov. 9, 2012!

Register & Join Us for the New State-of-the-Art Milking Center Dedication, Nov. 9, 2012! | Research from the NC Agricultural Research Service | Scoop.it

Please join us for the:

NC State University
MILKING CENTER DEDICATION
Friday, November 9, 2012

On November 9th, NC State will dedicate its new milking center, a state-of-the-art facility designed to support dairy research, hands-on student training and continued education for members of the dairy industry.  The milking center and surrounding dairy will also be a destination where families, schoolchildren and the general public will get an insider’s view of where milk, ice cream and other favorite dairy products begin.
 
Join leaders from North Carolina’s dairy industry and the NC State community to celebrate the dedication of this new facility, and to learn about plans for the future Dairy History Museum and other upcoming components of the farm of the future.

To register and for more event details visit the following website:
go.ncsu.edu/milking_dedication
 
The event is open to everyone, but please register.

Register no later than November 1.
 
*Come as you are. Walking shoes recommended.

Questions? Please contact:
Jennifer Bernabi
Phone: 919.515.6212
Email: jennifer_bernabi@ncsu.edu

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