Land Grants Are Selling Their Cows
July 13, 2010
Some land grant universities are selling their cow herds, attempting to bring down costs, the Associated Press reported. The University of Vermont, for example, plans to sell its 255 Holsteins and have faculty conduct research on private farms.
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