The UDairy Creamery provides hands-on access to a modern working dairy farm, where student and faculty researchers study animal sciences, food processing and safety, economics, engineering, environmental science, and entrepreneurship.
A Greener Way to Farm
By installing 44 solar panels, UD’s dairy farm is leading the way in utilizing the latest sustainable methods to demonstrate the practical uses of renewable energy.
College of Agriculture and Natural Resources:
The cutting-edge teaching and research led by 72 faculty members, drives the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources and its 800 students to seek solutions that provide food, fiber, and fuel to all people everywhere without compromising our precious natural resources. A core agriculture repository for knowledge accrued over three millennia, while also the crucible for forging new discoveries, new policies, and new leaders in the college’s five departments and nine centers innovate only with annual gifts that fuel faculty support, tuition assistance, and fund programs like UD’s Creamery and Cooperative Extension.
Director of Development, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources