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"There are many rare gifts I expect to miss deeply when my term as dean has ended."

Kentucky Cheese:
Coming of Age

Be it bleu, white, fresh, or aged, people everywhere love cheese. From the humble beginnings of small-batch experiments to artisan offerings fit for international events, Kentucky cheese is coming of age.

A Taste for Success

Many food industry entrepreneurs dream of seeing their product on the shelves of a grocery chain, but getting there is not so simple. Specialists with the UK Food Systems Innovation Center make it a bit easier.

Kentucky is Apple-icious

Want to buy that early-season Lodi? A sweet Sansa, a
sprightly Liberty, a juicy Pink Lady? Head out to the farm, where Kentucky farmers grow apples you won't find in a grocery store.

Research Annual Report 2012, Kentucky Experiment Station

Agricultural experiment stations use the best science to solve problems. When UK Experiment Station researchers work closely with able-minded partners, it
can spawn new ideas and strengthen their work.