Colby Castle, a Cornell animal science major who grew up on a cattle ranch, had heard of facial recognition for cows but never imagined how close the technology was to being widely used — or that he could have a role in developing it.
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When 14-year-old Brooke Emery realized her employers were struggling on their dairy farm due to the dairy crisis, she knew she wanted to help others understand the value of milk.
A team of Virginia Tech College of Engineering students has now developed a low-cost drying solution for the finicky crop — and they’re providing it open source to growers everywhere.
This is the fifth national championship for the UMD Soil Judging Team (the third in the last seven years), solidifying a dynasty in the field of soil science, with the team regularly finishing in the top four in the country.
Lambing season is “the most intense time of the year” on Peggy Rockefeller Farms, said C.J. Walke, farm manager.