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Dairy Lecture Series Part 1

Lecture information with man milking a cow

Event Details

Do you enjoy fresh cold milk and ice cream? This wouldn't be possible without electricity. Howard Bonnemann from SDSU Department of Dairy and Food Science will present a two-part lecture series exploring how rural electrification revolutionized dairy production and manufacturing. The first session will explore the changes on the dairy farm. This event is free and open to the public and SDSU ice cream will be served.

Monday, Nov. 18, 2019 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm Agricultural Heritage Museum

Building Access Directions

The Agricultural Heritage Museum is fully accessible. The front entrance to the museum is located on the south side of the building (11th St. side) and is handicap accessible.

Parking Information

Our visitor parking lot is located on the left/west side of the museum. If those spots are filled, additional parking is located in the lot behind/north of the museum (Lot 114). There are handicap accessible spots in both lots.

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