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#MyCALSWork: Research at Arlington during the pandemic

We are excited to share our first #MyCALSWork photos! We thank Heather White from the Department of Animal and Dairy Sciences for submitting images from her project at the Arlington Ag Research Station focused on prepartum nutritional impacts on cow and calf health, productivity, and growth.

Heather White demonstrating that masks protect you and keep you warm while working with calves on a snowy day at Arlington.
Kathryn Ritz, PhD student in Dr. White’s laboratory, processing samples at Arlington.

 

Get in on the fun and share a photo representing your pandemic work life! Send us a photo and a short explanation via pix@cals.wisc.edu or share via social media by tagging @uwmadisoncals and using the hashtag #MyCALSWork (FacebookInstagramTwitter). You can send photos of a pet that often joins your virtual meetings, the great view that your remote office provides, a glimpse into your field or lab work, or anything that represents your work life during the pandemic.