Opening of the Rayner Dairy Facility

November 30, 2013 Written by WCABP

By On Campus News

The University of Saskatchewan officially opened its new Rayner Dairy Research and Teaching Facility October 15 with the daughter of its namesake on hand to cut the ribbon.

Betty Lang of Montreal, daughter of John G. Rayner, cut the ribbon for the new facility before a crowd of dignitaries, special guests, agriculture industry representatives and visitors to the barn.

Rayner served as director of the Department of Agriculture Extension at the University of Saskatchewan for 32 years and the naming recognizes his dedication to agriculture in Saskatchewan.

Read the complete article at the WCVM Today.