Strengthening biosecurity is widely considered the best strategy to reduce the devastating impact of disease outbreaks in the multi-billion-dollar global swine industry, but successfully doing so all comes down to human decision-making, a University of Vermont study shows.
In the final graduation ceremony of UVM’s 218th Commencement weekend, families, friends, faculty and alumni gathered at the UVM Athletic Complex to celebrate the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences’ Class of 2019.
For decades, the University of Vermont student-run dairy herd has been known as one of the highest producing and genetically superior herds in Vermont. This year, a number of national awards from Holstein Association USA distinguish the UVM cows among the best in the nation.
- $450,000 Manton Foundation Grant Helps Pave New Future for the Historic UVM Morgan Horse Farm
- Historic UVM Morgan Horse Farm Announces New Leadership and New Opportunities
- Suzie '15 (B.S. Animal Science/Microbiology)
- She Builds On Her UVM Past
- All Work, All Play, All Good Works
- What it Took to be Admitted to UVM
- APPLAUSE, APPLAUSE! Top Achievers Earn Awards
- Groundbreaking for Miller Farm Renovation
- Alumni Corner: George Osol
- Couldn't Hit the Broad Side of a Barn?
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