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Six Holsteins bred to improve genetic diversity were born at the Penn State Dairy Barns last April. Find out how these claves are doing a year later.

Two electro-mechanical engineering technology students have become finalists in a competition in April for student-led businesses throughout Penn State.

Penn State junior Elliot Redding is getting hands-on experience doing what he loves from landscape competitions to networking to mountain biking.

After a successful launch, the Dairy Production and Management MOOC is now offered in five languages — English, Spanish, Bulgarian, Chinese and Portuguese.

Those who want to learn more about raising sheep or goats in southwestern Pennsylvania can attend workshops sponsored by Penn State Extension.

The Snider Agricultural Arena, State College, hosted the Nittany Lion Fall Classic sale Oct. 28. The total live sale brought $236,035 with 95 lots sold.

Retired Extension Educator Eugene Schurman will be honored as the 2017 Dairy Science Distinguished Alumnus by the Department of Animal Science.

Six-week program in Peru offers opportunities to engineering majors, Spanish majors, science majors, education majors, and liberal arts majors.

Penn State's collegiate dairy judging team took first place at the National Intercollegiate Dairy Cattle Judging Contest.

A team from Penn State University’s Block and Bridle and Dairy Science Clubs competed in the American Society of Animal Science’s Academic Quadrathlon.