Renovated classroom at the UGA Teaching Dairy helps students milk their education
This fall, students taking courses at the University of Georgia Teaching Dairy are better equipped to learn thanks to recent renovations to the dairy’s classroom space.
Updates included an increase in the footprint of the classroom — capacity grew from 25 to 30 students — air conditioning, a new roof, new furniture and technology. A demonstration window in place between the classroom and milking parlor that let too much moisture into the classroom was walled up. Until this spring, the dairy hadn’t seen any student-related facility upgrades in about 40 years. The most recent renovations to the facility were to the barn and milking parlor.