From halfway around the world to Western Nebraska, a group of students visiting the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture in Curtis travelled over 8000 miles to learn all they can about the ag industry

Here in Nebraska we often take for granted just how advanced and developed our agricultural education is, but groups globally are starting to recognize that if you want your students educated in agriculture, you send them to Nebraska.

The University of Nebraska in cooperation with the Nebraska college of Technical Agriculture are hosting fifty exchange students from Rwanda in a program that will teach them everything they need to know about agriculture.

The Express News

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