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More women entering dairy industry in Wisconsin
by Eric Lindquist
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6 January 2018
On 6 January 2018 The Associated Press reported:
America's dairy land is undergoing a bit of a revolution ... Increasingly, the folks caring for the cows, monitoring their health, and managing the herd are women, according to agriculture educators in west-central Wisconsin. The animal science management program at Chippewa Valley Technical College has seen female applicants climb from a minority four years ago to about three-quarters of the total for 2018-19, program director Adam Zwiefelhofer told the Leader-Telegram. The male-female ratio also has changed noticeably over the last few years at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, where women this year account for 91 percent of the 650 students in animal science, the largest program in the university's College of Agriculture, Food, and Environmental Science, said Dale Gallenberg, dean of the college.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the fields of environment and science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
Several of the young women in the two-year associate degree program recently explained the appeal of potential animal science careers, including herd manager, dairy consultant, reproduction specialist, nutritionist, and sales specialist.
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