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Feeds: Education & Careers
United States
  Ag 1 Source
The largest American recruiting firm in the agriculture industry was founded by a group of dedicated recruiting professionals. The site features sections for job seekers and for employers as well as listing current openings.
  Feed Milling Education Initiative
The Feed Milling Education Initiative is designed to develop well-educated men and women for leadership roles in the feed milling industry and to provide the underlying educational and research programs required to support a sustainable industry. The educational emphasis will be directed at undergraduate and graduate students as well as the needs of industry clientele currently working in our many feed mills.
  GFAI Scholarship Opportunities
GFAI offers two different scholarship opportunities to Illinois youth. Applicants must be residents of Illinois, be enrolled at a University or Junior College within Illinois and have a sincere interest in the grain and feed industry - not production agriculture. Financial need and scholastic record will be looked at, but are not primary considerations.
  Grain Science and Industry, K-State Department of
Unique program of its kind distinguished worldwide. Companies from all over come to our campus for research and training support in baking, milling, and feed production, as well as for hiring graduates.
  US Department of Agriculture Careers
Lists all jobs available in the agency or a department of the agency.
  USDA Agricultural Research Service Careers
Lists current job openings within the USDA Agricultural Research Service. Jobs are for professional, technical, administrative and clerical staff in various occupational areas.
  USDA Education & Outreach
USDA Education & Outreach page provides information on the Land Grant University System, careers & jobs, agriculture library, internships & scholarships, and more..
International
  AGRI-associates, Inc.
Specialists in the recruiting of qualified candidates for the agriculture and food related industries across the United States and internationally. Also provide personnell consulting services to the industry.
  International Grains Program, Kansas State University
Designed to educate foreign business leaders and government officials about U.S. grains and oilseeds through technical-training and assistance programs in storage and handling, milling, marketing and processing. Courses include Feed Manufacturing.
Other National
  Training - Grain Quality & Processing
A two day Australian course designed to provide participants with a better understanding of what happens to grain along each step of the food chain, once the grain leaves the farm. This course targets the needs of growers, grain buyers, millers, food manufacturers, marketers, sales and distribution personnel within the grains and allied industries.
   
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