Cow hugs

The UVM Dairy Club visits the CREAM barn for farm tours. 

The UVM Dairy Club provides a forum for those interested in dairy production and processing to meet socially and have fun while exploring and making contacts with the Vermont dairy industry.

The club promotes dairy farming and dairy products on campus and in the community through both club sponsored events and other volunteer opportunities. Dairy Club also works very closely with the CREAM program, and is a great way to make connections for students interested in being part of the program. Club trips and activities have included participating in the Northeast Student Affiliates (NESA) inter-collegiate agricultural competition, trips to the Toronto Winter Royal Show, NY Spring Dairy Carousel in Syracuse, NY, Calf on Campus on the UVM Davis Center green, volunteering for different 4-H activities, and many farm tours around VT.

Students stand with calf outside

If you are interested in joining Dairy Club, or just have questions, please attend our meetings. 

Dairy Club Weekly Meetings

Monday’s at 5:00 pm in Lafayette L100.

Off Campus Farm Tours: The last Sunday of every month

Club Advisor

 Adviser kneeling next to a cow in the barn

Dr. Norman Purdie
University of Vermont
Department of Animal & Veterinary Sciences
204 Terrill Bldg., 570 Main Street
Burlington, Vermont 05405
Telephone: 802-656-2572
Fax: 802-656-8196


The Dairy Club is an offical SGA club, and their alternate club page can be found here: The Lynx

Presidents: Jillian Fisher ’20 and Age Desranleau ’20

Vice President/Secretary: Elly Orozco ’21

Treasurer: Erica Morrissey ’20

Webmaster: Emily Fletcher ’20

Student kneeling with calf Student posing with show ready cow Student kneeling with calfStudent laying in the grass with a calf Student hugging a calf Student giving calf lots of nose kisses CREAMers posing in the barn with one of the cows

Cow sniffing the camera