CALS Global Academy delivered a short-term, customized training program on Dairy Genetics and Management for six fellows from Pakistan in the fall of 2015. During the training, fellows were provided with critical expertise in the latest genetics technology, nutrition, and management. The group had the opportunity to visit numerous laboratories and research facilities on campus and around the state. They also visited the World Dairy Expo in Madison, Wisconsin.
The group's first day of visiting NC State's campus.
Meeting with Dr. Kas Ingawa for a training session in dairy records management.
Dr. José Bruno-Bárcena giving the group a lecture on cheese production technology and safety.
Visiting the Department of Food, Bioprocessing, and Nutrition Science's dairy processing lab. The lab produces the school's own brand of ice cream called the Howling Cow.