Benefits of a land grant university

The president of SDSU, Barry Dunn, talks about his time ranching and studying animals in a publication Growing South Dakota.  Jim Woster carries on, with his Corn’s Comments, talking about how beneficial it is to have a land grant university that is able to do all this research in the agriculture field.  This research greatly benefits the state of agriculture.  Woster goes on to say that seeds have drastically changed over the years.



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    A land-grant university is a United States institute of higher education that was given federal land by the Morrill Acts of 1862 and 1890.

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