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Pakistani Group Visits Kansas State Grain Program

Reprinted from Topeka Capital Journal — MANHATTAN, KS — March 4, 2014 — A group of Pakistani entrepreneurs visited Kansas in February to learn about improving fish farms back home. Carlos Campabadal, an outreach specialist with Kansas State University’s International Grains Program, said about seven people from Pakistan visited K-State …

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Soybean Farmers Have Opportunities Because of Population Growth

January 9, 2014…Topeka, Kansas…Reprinted from Topeka Capital Journal …The growth of the world’s population, particularly its middle class, is creating an opportunity for Kansas soybean farmers, advocates told farmers Wednesday. Jim Hershey, executive director for the World Initiative for Soy in Human Health, spoke as part of a panel at …

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