WOW Logistics® Announces 2022 Dairy Science Scholarship Winner

April 14, 2022 Published by Becky Barclay

WOW Logistics® selected Gaelan Combs as the winner of its $1,000 dairy science scholarship. Combs is a senior at the University of Wisconsin.

Combs is working toward a bachelor’s degree in Dairy Science. After receiving his undergraduate degree, he plans to pursue a Ph.D. in Animal Science with a focus on dairy cattle health at Iowa State University.

Currently, Combs is Dairy Science Teaching Assistant and an Undergraduate Research Assistant. He is also the Treasurer of Badger Crops Club and the Activities Manager for Badge Dairy Club. In addition to his professional and extracurricular involvement, he maintains a 3.98 grade-point average in his dairy-related courses.

In the future, Combs aspires to become a nutrition consultant with the goal of optimizing animal health by using research insights to minimize production losses and boost milk quality.

“Gaelan will leverage his expertise to become a resource farms can use to maximize their profits in challenging dairy markets,” said Becky Vosters, Marketing Specialist at WOW Logistics. “He is incredibly driven and will make a positive impact on the dairy industry.”

WOW Logistics’ $1,000 dairy science scholarship was established in 2010 and is awarded annually to a qualifying student seeking a degree in the dairy or food science fields from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.


About WOW Logistics®
WOW Logistics® is one of the fastest-growing supply chain service providers in the country with unparalleled solutions in five core business areas: Supply Chain Consulting, Operations, Real Estate Development, Inventory Financing, and Technology Solutions. An expert in storing and handling food-grade product, WOW undergoes stringent ASI audits and consistently receives scores at or above 98 percent. The company is also the nation’s largest private purchaser of dairy products through its WOW COMMODITY PURCHASE PROGRAM®. WOW maintains a total of 223 million cubic feet of warehouse space throughout 25 distribution centers, including 47 million cubic feet of temperature-controlled space.

Becky Barclay
Marketing Communications Manager