Agricultural institutions have been concerned with feeding the world's people for a long time and especially so in recent times. Technological advancements developed at agricultural educational and industrial institutions, coupled with hard work by American farmers, have made possible enormous food and fiber productivity that is the envy of the world. This capability must be inculcated into the programs of our international friends so they can feed a much greater number of their own people. To assist in accomplishing this, we in the agricultural schools and colleges must inform, motivate, instruct, inspire, stimulate and produce a continuous crop of international agriculturalists. This we must do if we are to meet the changing mission of our agricultural institutions to help feed the world's people.



world food crisis, food production

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