Unbottled
  1. Where is John Luscher?

    I met John Luscher at the livestock sale yard on the day they auctioned dairy animals to the highest bidder which they did weekly. It is not surprising we met there as most young struggling dairymen at the time went to buy replacement heifers and to have one social outlet for the week.

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  2. JW Cow

    Black Spots On A White Cow

    The black spots on a Holstein cow start to have familiar shapes. Suddenly he thinks he sees something that the whole world needs to hear about. He thinks he sees a silhouette of Mickey Mouse on the side of cow #2509. He tells his friends, writes letters to national magazines, and worst of all he starts blogging about it. Those crazy bloggers will be the end of us all.

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  3. BUILD Dairy 2019

    BUILD Dairy gives the opportunity for students striving to be their best selves to connect with students, professors, researchers and dairy industry leaders to stregthen their linkage through learning and discovery.

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  4. Tre Flowers Visits Harold B. Lee Elementary

    The Seattle Seahawks cornerback Tre Flowers visited with students at Harold B. Lee Elementary in Dayton, Idaho on May 15, 2019 to stress the importance of implementing a healthy lifestyle with proper nutrition and exercise into their lives.

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  5. What is BUILD Dairy?

    Building University Industry Linkages through learning and Discovery - BUILD Dairy is a network of professors, researchers, students and dairy food industry companies and organizations in the western region.

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  6. Tre Flowers Visits Canyon Elementary

    The Seattle Seahawks cornerback Tre Flowers visited with students at Canyon Elementary in Spanish Fork, Utah last week to stress the importance of implementing a healthy lifestyle with proper nutrition and exercise.

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  7. Davis County Ag Field Days

    Over a thousand elementary school students across Utah gathered at the USU Botanical Center in Kaysville to learn about working on a farm in a variety of hands-on activities during the Davis County Spring Ag Field Days from April 30 - May 2, 2019.

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