CARGILL'S animal nutrition business recently teamed up with Heifer International, a nonprofit organization with a mission of working with communities to end world hunger and poverty, to launch a new community service project that might serve as the prototype for multiple projects around the world.
In China, the Qingshen Project will provide 150 smallholder farmers with 100 baby chicks, veterinary support and training in best practices for raising p
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