UC Davis

With help, Aggies can moo-ve into first place

By From page A4 | March 27, 2013

With a little help from the public, a student group from the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine can win a new ultrasound machine and training course.

The Food Animal and Reproductive Medicine Club is one of six finalists nationally — and the only California finalist — in a competition from the machine’s maker, BCF Technology. To reach this point, FARM club members have taken part in a photo round and written a judged written article.

Now, the finalists have each submitted a video in hopes of garnering enough votes to win before midnight Sunday.

The coverall-and-rubber boots wearing “Cow-lifornia Girls” of UCD went the music video route, dancing and singing about, what else?, bovine reproduction — and the heavy ultrasound machine they use now — to the tune of the Katy Perry hit “California Gurls.”

To watch the videos and vote for a winner, see http://www.northamerica.bcftechnology.com/vote-for-your-favorite-university-video.

Cory Golden

Cory Golden

The Enterprise's higher-education and congressional reporter. http://about.me/cory_golden
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