FSF India – Wolfpack Continues to Explore Agriculture and Culture

Students in the FSF program in India continue to explore both Indian Agriculture and Culture.  They have been actively engaged in several projects focused on BVDV, Brucellosis and dairy nutrition.  Recently, they became involved in a project focused on developing screening protocols for bovine TB in Tamilnadu.  There experience with BTB in Michigan is serving them well.  Taking in the culture of India is part of the objective of the project.  Recently, the group traveled to Mudamali Wildlife Preserve for a back to nature experience (more to come).  Importantly, they learned about the importance of managing wildlife at the wildlife – agriculture interphase. 

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