UVM CREAM To Be Featured on Holstein America

man being interviewed by a cameraman and interviewer in a dairy barn with cows in the background.

The UVM CREAM program will be featured on the next episode of Holstein America, an hour-long documentary style TV show that features Registered Holstein herds across the country. The program, produced by Holstein Association USA and sponsored by Merck Animal Health, airs twice annually and shares stories of dairy farms and families nationwide.

Several students, along with CREAM advisor Steve Wadsworth, herd manager Matt Bodette, CALS senior associate dean Kate Finley Woodruff and CREAM alumnae Mo Whitney, now assistant herdsman and calf manager at Shelburne Farms, were interviewed for the segment. The program will air live on Monday, Feb. 13 on RFD-TV (time to be confirmed) and will be available to view on the Holstein Association USA YouTube and website the following day.

A special thanks to all the CREAM students, Dr. Wadsworth and Matt Bodette for hosting our visitors last week and getting the cows ready for their close-ups!

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