Media report on UMaine precision technology research for dairy farmers

Morning Ag Clips, Mainebiz, Dairy Business and CompsMag reported that Glenda Pereira, assistant extension professor and dairy specialist at University of Maine Cooperative Extension and assistant professor of animal science at the School of Food and Agriculture, is leading a project with Maine dairy farmers that uses electronic ear tags that track cow movements with the hopes of learning more about how to best care for them. The project brings together UMaine researchers, alumni and the dairy farming community for research that is just as much about interpersonal connections as it is about connecting to new technology. Edairynews shared the Mainebiz report.