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The Cornell University Dairy Science Club (CUDS) is happy to announce the return of the Spring Classic Sale.

This year’s sale will take place on March 19th, 2022 at the Livestock Pavilion on the Cornell University Campus. Bidding will begin at 11:00am with doors opening for viewing starting at 9:00am. The sale will consist of over 40 lots of registered holsteins, jerseys, red and white holsteins, ayrshires, and brown swiss. Visitors to the Livestock Pavilion on March 19th can also anticipate food during the sale, CUDS apparel sales, and the infamous pie auction to benefit Cornell Dairy Science members.

Your support of this monumental event is greatly appreciated, as your support encourages student learning in the dairy industry, helps fund domestic and international study trips to California and Italy, trips for our Cornell University dairy judging teams, and the many outreach and educational events the club does around campus.

Event COVID Guidelines

As the face of the pandemic continues to change, so will the guidance of our campus community. Outlined below are the current Cornell University COVID-19 event protocols.

Health Screening

Upon arrival, all attendees, exhibitors, sponsors, and speakers must bring a photo ID and provide one of the following when arriving at the event:

  • results of a negative FDA-authorized antigen (at-home rapid) test performed on a specimen collected within six hours of event check-in;
    or
  • results of a negative FDA- or DOH-authorized PCR, rapid PCR, or nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) COVID-19 test collected within 72 hours of the event start; or
  • proof of being fully vaccinated for COVID-19 with an FDA- or WHO-authorized vaccine (Excelsior Pass encouraged, but photo, screenshot, or copy of vaccination card are acceptable)
Masking

All attendees, regardless of vaccination status, will be required to wear a face mask covering both the mouth and nose while indoors.  Cornell recommends a single use surgical mask or a K/N95 mask. Masks may be removed while eating or drinking.  Speakers may remove masks when presenting if 6 feet of social distancing can be maintained.

For More Information

Danni DelConte
Public Relations - Cornell University Dairy Science Club
dmd293 [at] cornell.edu

Megan Lamb
Public Relations - Cornell University Dairy Science Club
mrl245 [at] cornell.edu

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