Dairy Management Minor

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Dairy Management Minor

Program Overview

A minor in Dairy Management consists of 20 credits with C- or better and a 2.0 grade point average in subjects that the minor department approves. Courses taken on the pass/fail basis cannot be used for a minor. No more than 8 credits used to satisfy major requirements may be used for the minor.


Department of Agriculture, Nutrition, and Food Systems
Kendall Hall
129 Main Street
Durham, NH 03824

Curriculum & Requirements

Required Courses12
AAS 425
Introduction to Dairy Herd Management
ANSC 710
Dairy Nutrition
ANSC 715
Physiology of Lactation
Select 8 credits from the following:8
AAS 423
Dairy Selection
AAS 574
Dairy Cattle Disease Seminar
ANSC 650
Dairy Industry Travel Course
ANSC 698
Cooperative for Real Education in Agricultural Management (CREAM) (must be taken for 2 semesters)
ANSC 728
Advanced Dairy Management II

Explore Program Details

CREAM is a student-run cooperative in which 25 UNH students operate and manage a small business consisting of a registered Holstein dairy herd. CREAM is a yearlong course that gives students the opportunity to gain hands on experience in working with the dairy cows. Each fall, the herd is passed on to a new group of students with the help of a transition team of student advisors, as well as dairy center personnel, and faculty advisors. CREAM has been operating at UNH since 1997 and has progressed as a program each year due to the dedication and commitment of the students, faculty, and dairy center staff.


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