Deja-Moo, Cow-culators, and Udderly-Wonderful.
These were some of the creative names chosen by Hunter Valley students to represent them during the 2019 Cows Create Careers program.
The three week program finished with a Farm Module Presentation Day on Tuesday at Tocal College recognising the efforts of the 140 students and teachers from six Hunter schools.
Students participated in industry-based games and prizes were awarded to the winning teams.
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Schools represented in the program included Rutherford Technology High School, Narara Valley High School, Newcastle High School, Mount View High School, Morisset High School, Singleton High School, Tomaree High School and Cessnock High School.
Mount View High School's Udderly-Wonderful took home the senior third prize; Cessnock High School's Groovin The Moo team was awarded second place behind Narara Valley High School.
Over three weeks the students completed the innovative Dairy Australia project that aims to increase the awareness of dairy industry careers in a very hands-on way: students rear and care for two three-week-old calves at their school.
Each participating school is provided with dairy industry curriculum, at no cost to them.
Throughout the program, a local dairy farmer teaches the students how to care for the calves, while an Industry Advocate visits the students to speak about their career in the dairy industry.