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NDSU students, faculty graduate from Masters of Beef Advocacy Program

The Masters of Beef Advocacy Program (MBA) is an online program designed specifically for cattlemen that is taking the agriculture industry by storm. Launched in the fall of 2008, this program is an e-learning opportunity developed to assist producers across the country in becoming effective spokespersons for the industry.

A growing number of producers tackling the six online courses in the areas of beef safety, beef nutrition, animal care, environmental stewardship, modern beef production and the beef checkoff. In its popularity, MBA is even gaining recognition as an abundant source of information for professors at universities across the country.

The Masters of Beef Advocacy Program (MBA) is an online program designed specifically for cattlemen that is taking the agriculture industry by storm. Launched in the fall of 2008, this program is an e-learning opportunity developed to assist producers across the country in becoming effective spokespersons for the industry.



A growing number of producers tackling the six online courses in the areas of beef safety, beef nutrition, animal care, environmental stewardship, modern beef production and the beef checkoff. In its popularity, MBA is even gaining recognition as an abundant source of information for professors at universities across the country.

The Masters of Beef Advocacy Program (MBA) is an online program designed specifically for cattlemen that is taking the agriculture industry by storm. Launched in the fall of 2008, this program is an e-learning opportunity developed to assist producers across the country in becoming effective spokespersons for the industry.



A growing number of producers tackling the six online courses in the areas of beef safety, beef nutrition, animal care, environmental stewardship, modern beef production and the beef checkoff. In its popularity, MBA is even gaining recognition as an abundant source of information for professors at universities across the country.


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