The International Grains Program at Kansas State University launched a new blog with animal feed industry information as well as posts specific to the program's focus of feed manufacturing and grain management, flour milling and grain processing, and grain marketing and risk management.
“We are excited about this opportunity to engage with our audience in a different capacity,” said Mark Fowler, IGP associate director. “We truly hope that people will take the time to visit the site and let us know what they think about it and how it can serve them better.”
This blog will be authored by several individuals from the International Grains Program.
“Currently, IGP’s curriculum experts, Jay O’Neil, Carlos Campabadal and I, will be producing a majority of the content. In time, we hope to also hear from other K-State faculty and industry professionals,” Fowler said.
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