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Nebraska LEAD 36 in South America

Nebraska LEAD 36 in South America
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Nebraska LEAD class 36 is spending time in South America learning about the culture, agriculture and its effects on the global economy.

KRVN’s Adam Smith is part of the class and will be sharing reports during his international travel along with other LEAD Fellows:

Alex McKiernan from Martell talks with Ty Walker of Arthur & Scott Bieck of Trumble:

Shane Terrell of Gothenburg talks with Dave Rowe from Johnson Lake:


Update from Adam Smith:

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LEAD 36 Fellows Nora Turner from Lincoln, and Kelsey Vala from Gretna discuss the Lo Valledor Market:

 Adam Smith reports from Massai Agricultral Services research farm near Rancagua, Chile:

Nate Blum from Lincoln talks with LEAD 36 Chile tour organizer Viviana Castro:

Lori Paulsen from Waverly shares her thoughts about Chile’s wine and grape industry:
Shane Benfeldt from Gibbon, and Thomas Kluver from Fairfield talk about a visit to a diversified farm near Salto, Argentina with LEAD 36:

Dusty Knuth from Kearney reports on crop conditions in the pampas region of Argentina:

Dustin Smith from Plattsmouth recaps LEAD 36’s visit to the US Embassy in Argentina:

Chris McQuillen from Holdrege, and Ben Blumendahl from Lincoln about their impressions of Argentine agriculture:

LEAD 36 catches up with a UNL graduate at the National Agricultural Research Institute in Uruguay.


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