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New Hires At UW-Madison Milk Safety Program

Sevie Kenyon and Michael J. Maroney DVM, have joined the staff of the Department of Dairy Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in support of the Milk Safety and Quality Program. Kenyon works as the Extension milk safety and quality outreach specialist and Maroney serves as Extension milk safety and quality outreach veterinarian.

The Milk Safety and Quality Program seeks to assist the Wisconsin dairy business community improve profitability and enhance marketing through the production of high quality products. Program initiatives include training and education, web-based resources and direct consultations with members of the dairy business community interested in the value-added benefits of milk quality.

Maroney comes to the program from his private veterinary practice in Mt. Horeb, Wis. He”s a 1992 graduate of the UW School of Veterinary Medicine and holds a B.S. degree in microbiology.

Kenyon is a 1980 graduate of the UW-Madison Department of Life Sciences Communication. Prior to joining the dairy science staff, Kenyon operated his own research, writing, editing and Internet marketing business in Stoughton, Wisconsin.