Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Students have shown interest in learning how to help out with the milking process at school recently. Not only does this help free up faculty members to do other things, but it’s a great opportunity to learn a skill that most of us in the wider word would never have the chance to. In response Megan, our farm manager, has trained and plugged some of these students into the regular rotation. The afternoon shifts seem to be more popular than the early morning for good reason, but one student would rather wake up early for the chore. Right now three students are in the rotation with others showing interest. One student said, “ My hands still aren’t used to it, and they cramp up quick.”

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