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Students, alumni clamor to take care of university's cows
by Lisa Rathke
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30 July 2020
On 30 July 2020 The Associated Press reported:
When the coronavirus pandemic forced the University of Vermont to close and send its students home, the alarm spread: What would happen to the cows? The university's beloved herd of about 100 dairy cows is normally tended by students taking part in the Cooperative for Real Education in Agricultural Management program, or CREAM. In no time, dozens of CREAM alumni and students clamored to spend their spring and summer caring for the cows.
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