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Three South Dakota State University (SDSU) students have been recognized for their achievements by being awarded scholarships from the National Dairy Promotion & Research Board (NDPRB).
Kirby Krogstad, Baltic, S.D., Audrey Souza, Milbank, S.D., and Jacob Weg, Worthington, Minn., will each receive a $2,500 scholarship from the NDPRB through Dairy Management, Inc. (DMI)
Three South Dakota State University students have been recognized for their achievements by being awarded scholarships from the National Dairy Promotion & Research Board. State had the most recipients of any university receiving scholarships.
Kirby Krogstad, Baltic, Audrey Souza, Milbank, and Jacob Weg, Worthington, Minnesota, each receive a $2,500 scholarship from the NDPRB through Dairy Management Inc.
(Courtesy of the Idaho Milk Processing Association)
Idaho might be best known for the "famous potatoes" but milk is the state's real agricultural crown jewel with dairy foods comprising nearly one-third of farming's contribution to the Gem State economy. As the fourth-leading milk producing state in the country, Idaho is also a leader in dairy product innovation.
This year's Idaho Milk Processing Association (IMPA) conference, which took place Aug. 10-11 in Sun Valley, Idaho, featured the New Product Competition, chaired by Reeds Dairy CEO and Idaho dairyman, Alan Reed.
Several Brown Swiss and Holsteins from the Dairy Research and Training Facility were on display at the 2016 South Dakota State Fair in Huron. Placings at the Fair were as follows.
Our animals placed as follows: Holsteins: 8th winter heifer calf, 5th fall heifer calf; Brown Swiss: 1st spring heifer calf (also announced as honorable mention for junior champ for he Swiss show), 3rd spring yearlingJ o-Lane Cadence Hi-C, 5th spring yearling.
Dr. Carmen I. Moraru is an Associate Professor in the Department of Food Science at Cornell University. Her research and teaching interests are in the areas of physical and engineering properties of foods, food/dairy processing and food safety engineering.
The South Dakota State University (SDSU) Dairy Science Department scholarship banquet was held on 14th April 2016 at the Volstorff Ballroom of the Student Union. There were 275 people in attendance including students and their families, alumni, producers, processors, supporting industry personnel, faculty and their families, university administration, South Dakota Department of Agriculture personnel, and friends. One hundred four scholarships and awards were presented totaling $123,539 to undergraduate and graduate students in Dairy Science at SDSU.
Nine South Dakota State University dairy science students were recently announced as National Dairy Promotion and Research Board scholarship recipients. Scholarships were awarded to, in the photo at left, from left: Jacob Johnson, Heron Lake, Minnesota; Andrea Pfaffenback, Roann, Indiana; Audrey Souza, Milbank; Kaylee Wegner, Faribault, Minnesota; Sarah Post, Chandler, Minnesota; Kristin Mohr, New Ulm, Minnesota; Morgan Goche, Burt, Iowa; Kirby Krogstad, Eyota, Minnesota; and Megan Schaefer, Paynesville, Minnesota.
For most people, cheese is something to eat. For Tim Czmowski, it’s a way of life.
When Czmowski, a 1985 graduate in dairy science and Webster native, examines a piece of cheese, he turns into a connoisseur.
SDSU will be hosting the 63rd annual Eastern South Dakota Science and Engineering Fair on Tuesday March 21, 2017. This event attracts approximately 550 students ranging from 7th-12th grade who have an interest in science and engineering. The Fair will be held in the Stanley J. Marshall Center on the SDSU campus.
Judging begins at 9 a.m. and most judges are finished by noon.
Since the ’70s, the origin of Cookies 'n' Cream ice cream has been debated.
Despite the debate, Food Network Magazine recently named Cookies 'n' Cream ice cream manufactured at the South Dakota State University Dairy Sales Bar the best ice cream treat in South Dakota.The recent article compiled a list of the 50 best ice cream treats in each state, and SDSU’s Cookies 'n' Cream made the cut.
A new tool that can help South Dakota beef producers address challenges in reproduction management is available online. And it’s free.
A multi-state Extension group has provided funding for a Bovine Estrus Synchronization Planner. The Beef Reproduction Task Force and the Iowa Beef Center (IBC) have teamed up to allow producers to use the planner free of charge to help them in reproductive efforts on their farms and ranches.
South Dakota State University assistant professor Amanda Weaver received the 2010 New Teacher award at the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities annual meeting in Dallas.
The Association of Public and Land-grant Universities, or A·P·L·U, and the USDA sponsored the award. It recognizes two outstanding faculty members nationwide on the basis of their ability as classroom teachers, use of innovative teaching methods, service to students and their profession, and scholarship. The award includes a $2,000 stipend for each recipient.
The South Dakota Cooperative Extension Service will host a beef and dairy artificial insemination school on April 21-23.
The three-day artificial insemination (AI) school begins at 1:30 p.m. on April 21 at Sioux Falls Regional Livestock Auction Barn, rural Worthing. This event is limited to 20 participants. To reserve a spot, call the Lincoln County Extension office at 605-764-2756.