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It’s been awhile since my last post, but I’m back and spring is definitely in the air! Over the past month or so the war in Ukraine has had a devastating impact on people, economies, and world stability. One of the biggest impacts (which is not overly publicized) is the impact on global agriculture! Ukraine is a major world exporter of wheat (12%), corn (17%), and barley (16%), with much of these crops being imported by developing countries. A student living in the Intermountain West may not realize the impact of these global events on their own agribusiness, but the impact is there and could be long term.
Students enrolled in the AE program will be exposed to and study the impacts of global agriculture trade on both domestic and international agribusinesses. We will even be interacting directly with students in other countries to understand and compare the perceptions and perspectives of producers and consumers around the globe. Join us in the AE degree…we’re going to prepare you for the real world of agriculture!
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