November 30, 2013 11:59 AM

Five Missouri universities work to offer more agriculture classes

One university in the farming state of Missouri has expertise in cotton and another in dairy. Forget it, though, if an agriculture student at one school wanted to learn about the other school’s specialty. That’s about to change through an experiment, touted as a first of its kind, in which five of the state’s public universities are working together to share some of the agriculture courses that make them unique.

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