Maroona Primary School has been dubbed the cream of the crop in Dairy Australia's national education program, Picasso Cows.
The free program is run by Dairy Australia and teaches students about the importance of Australia's dairy industry.
The students are learning about the role of dairy in health and nutrition, as well as the farm to plate journey of food.
The program provides students with information about the dairy industry and allowing them the opportunity to experience it firsthand.
The program also challenged primary school students to find their inner Picasso by decorating a life-size fibre-glass cow.
This year, over 100 schools all across Austrlaia have taken part in the Picasso Cows program, with the students from Maroona Primary School being declared the overall champions for the program.
The project was initiated in 2009. Dairy Australia provides schools with a blank fibre-glass cow.
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