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Research focuses on dairy management, genetics and genomics, and nutrition and physiology

Dairy genetics and genomics researchers working in the Department of Animal Science.

Dairy management researchers working in the Department of Animal Science.

Dairy nutrition and physiology researchers working in the Department of Animal Science.

The Dairy Barns are located off of Park Avenue, directly across from Beaver Stadium. Approximately 500 animals are housed at the dairy facilities.

Animal Science's Kevin Harvatine experiments with novel feed supplements to boost fat content of milk, helping meet the demand for higher fat milk for uses like ice cream and cheese.

Heinrichs recognized at the American Dairy Science Association Meeting in July for his work with dairy extension.

Graduate Students Michael Harper and Amy Mayer received competitive grants through USDA's Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program.

Kevin Harvatine, Ph.D., was recognized at the JAM of ADSA and ASAS in Kansas City for his contributions as a researcher.

DairyCentsPRO - Producer Version is a mobile app that allows dairy producers to enter farm-specific information and get information on profitability.