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GOOD MILK

SUNY Cobleskill honored for management of its dairy herd

Cows in newly renovated stalls at SUNY-Cobleskill eat high-nutrition forage.
Cows in newly renovated stalls at SUNY-Cobleskill eat high-nutrition forage.
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Good food and comfortable sleep can work wonders for many — including the dairy cows at SUNY Cobleskill. Students and staff care for nearly 350 cows on the farm at the agriculture and technology college in Schoharie County. One hundred and sixty two of them provide milk that goes to the Dairylea Cooperative, which bestowed a special gold certificate award on the herd for producing high-quality milk, and a lot of it, for 12 months ...


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