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Russia: NCFU has implemented projects with Uzbekistan in the field of processing livestock products

Published May 17, 2024

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Scientists from the North Caucasus Federal University (NCFU) and the Republic of Uzbekistan are collaborating on livestock product processing projects under Russia's 'Priority 2030' Academic Leadership Program. NCFU has developed a project using powdered sheep and goat milk for sports nutrition, with plans to implement these scientific developments in production within two months. Additionally, NCFU and Samarkand State University of Veterinary Medicine are discussing strategic partnerships and the exchange of scientific practices. Future plans include creating an international resource map for small ruminants and expanding joint scientific projects in meat and milk processing.
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Scientists from the North Caucasus Federal University (NCFU), together with the Republic of Uzbekistan, have implemented projects in the field of processing livestock products. Developments in this area are being carried out at the federal university within the framework of the strategic project of the Academic Leadership Program “Priority 2030” of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of Russia, the university’s press service told TASS. "A delegation of scientists from the North Caucasus Federal University (NCFU) is studying the experience of industrial meat and dairy sheep breeding and processing of livestock products of the Republic of Uzbekistan. The creation of scientific developments in this area is carried out at the federal university within the framework of the strategic project of the Academic Leadership Program "Priority 2030" of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education Education of Russia. We also note that NCFU has developed a project “Use of powdered sheep ...
Source: Kvedomosti
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