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Mobile dairy classroom comes to Chilliwack

Kelsey Epton (back right), a facilitator for the Mobile Dairy Classroom Experience, answers cow questions from children gathered near the parking lot of Sardis Library Saturday. Presenters Kate Robinson and Shania Postma (left to right) look on while three-year-old Lilac feeds in the background after a milking and calf feeding demonstration.The BC Dairy Association presentation travels to schools and events to raise awareness of the province’s dairy industry and the role of milk in human nutrition. - Greg Laychak
Kelsey Epton (back right), a facilitator for the Mobile Dairy Classroom Experience, answers cow questions from children gathered near the parking lot of Sardis Library Saturday. Presenters Kate Robinson and Shania Postma (left to right) look on while three-year-old Lilac feeds in the background after a milking and calf feeding demonstration.The BC Dairy Association presentation travels to schools and events to raise awareness of the province’s dairy industry and the role of milk in human nutrition.
— image credit: Greg Laychak

Kelsey Epton (back right), a facilitator for the Mobile Dairy Classroom Experience, answers cow questions from children gathered near the parking lot of Sardis Library Saturday. Presenters Kate Robinson and Shania Postma (left to right) look on while three-year-old Lilac feeds in the background after a milking and calf feeding demonstration.

The BC Dairy Association presentation travels to schools and events to raise awareness of the province’s dairy industry and the role of milk in human nutrition.

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