The male-female ratio also has changed noticeably over the last few years at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, where women this year account for 91 percent of the 650 students in animal science, the largest program in the university's College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Science, said Dale Gallenberg, dean of the college. When female students first claimed a majority of CVTC's animal science management slots three years ago, Zwiefelhofer brushed it off as just a coincidence. "But it continues to happen, and it keeps increasing," Zwiefelhofer said. "It's absolutely wonderful for the industry."