Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences is leading a consortium of five U.S. land grant colleges to support agricultural progress in Ukraine.
Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences is leading a consortium of five U.S. land grant colleges to support agricultural progress in Ukraine.

Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences is leading a consortium of five U.S. land grant colleges to support agricultural progress in Ukraine. In June, farm development experts from Ohio, Kansas, Missouri, Louisiana and Pennsylvania colleges are to come to Ukraine in the first step by a new group, the Consortium for Ukraine’s Rural and Agricultural Development. The experts plan to identify where American farming experience can boost productivity and profitability, such as technology transfer and cooperative organizations.

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