Cooperative for Real Education in Agricultural Management (CREAM)
CREAM, Cooperative for Real Education in Agricultural Management, is a student-run dairy herd. UVM students manage farm operation and perform all of the barn chores. There are currently 34 milking Holstein and Jersey cows plus replacement animals in the herd. It is one of the highest producing and genetically superior herds in Vermont. This spring and fall semester program offers 8 credits (4 per semester) to 13-16 students each year. Successful applicants are selected from all majors across the University and are not required to have a dairy or livestock background. The key requirements are a commitment to working hard and the thirst for knowledge. A CREAM student will leave this program with the skills necessary to excel in his/her chosen field whether that be business management, community development and applied economics, animal science, or biology.
CREAM Informational SessionsStudents interested in CREAM can attend one of two informational sessions to be held on Monday, October 3rd or Thursday, October 6th. Both sessions will be held in Terrill 108 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Come enjoy some free pizza and find out what CREAM is all about. Check out the guidelines for applicants for summer CREAM. Online applications are due by October 23rd.
With Barn Renovations, UVM Teaching Herd to Grow - Dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Tom Vogelmann; and CREAM advisor Carolyne Richardo, are interviewed on VPR.
CREAM students participate in The Great Cookie Dunk
A fund raiser for the Vermont Make-A-Wish Foundation, "The Great Cookie Dunk" broke the Guinness Book of World Records for the most people dunking a cookie into milk simultaneously. More info...
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