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Livestock Environment Management Institute, 8 universities, and Korean Pork Innovation Center join forces to provide customized livestock environment education

Pork Fat
Regulation & Compliances
Innovation & Technology
Published Feb 23, 2024

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Nine educational institutions in South Korea, including the Livestock Environment Management Institute and Kangwon National University, have entered into a business agreement to provide specialized education aimed at improving the livestock environment. The initiative will address issues such as nutrient excess and livestock odor through the development and distribution of customized online education content and field-based programs. The institutions also plan to establish a livestock environment education platform to share resources and increase accessibility for trainees across the country.
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Nine educational institutions, including the Livestock Environment Management Institute (hereinafter referred to as the Management Institute), Kangwon National University, and the Korean Pork Association's Pork Innovation Center, signed a business agreement to provide customized education to improve the livestock environment. The Institute signed a business agreement with nine educational institutions, including Kangwon National University, Sangji University, Suncheon National University, Yeonam University, Chonbuk National University, Jeju National University, Chungnam National University, Hankyung National University, and the Korean Pork Association Korean Pork Innovation Center, at the Institute's conference room on the 21st. The agreement on this day was concluded based on a consensus that customized education is needed for each target audience, including local government officials in the livestock environment field, livestock manure-related workers, livestock and crop ...
Source: Aflnews
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