November 08, 2018

USDA Cochran Fellowship program joins IGP Institute ending October

The IGP Institute hosts two-week USDA Cochran Fellowship course to round out month of October.

With a goal of helping countries develop customised agricultural production systems, strengthening trade and increasing interest in US agricultural production, the USDA Cochran Fellowship Program provides short-term training programs to industry professionals.
USDA Cochran Fellowship Program participants visit The DeLong Co., Inc., a container loading facility in Edgerton, Kansas, to learn about grain exports, shipping, handling and receiving.
Image credit: IGP KSU

The IGP Institute hosted a group from the USDA Cochran Fellowship Program to focus on learning about feed ingredient requirements, utilisation and storage processing.

From October 22–November 3, 2018, this Cochran Fellowship group visited the Kansas State University IGP Institute to provide 13 participants from Vietnam, Malaysia and Cambodia training on understanding and learning feed ingredients.

Read the full article on the Milling and Grain website, HERE.

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