Dalum Agricultural College signs MoU with National Agricultural Cooperative Federation, South Korea
Mr. Kim, Tae Hwan from NACF and Mr. Eric Wanscher from Dalum have both signed the MoU
On November 17, 2015, Dalum and NACF (National Agricultural Cooperative Federation) from South Korea, met in order to sign a Memorandum of Understanding, where both parties express their mutual interest in exploring joint business cooperation opportunies. Representatives from NAFC were Mr. Kim, Tae Hwan (Executive Vice President), Mr. Kim, Young Soo (General Manager of Livestock), Mr. Lee, So Moon (Manager of Livestock Management), and representatives from Ministry of Agriculture were An, Young Deok (Director of Livestock Policy Division) and Mr. Ryu, Seong Hun (Assistant Director of Livestock Policy), and representatives from The Daily Naeil were Jang, Myung Gook (CEO & Publicher) and Mr. Jung, Yeon Geun (Reporter), and finally a representative from SB Nutrition was Mr. Shim, Soo Bo (Consultant/Nutritionist). The representatives from Dalum were Mr. Eric Wanscher (Vice President) and Mr. Martin K. Jakobsen (Lecturer).
Vice President, Eric Wanscher, declares that the parties wish to establish a strategic partnership in livestock business researches, and lecturer, Martin K. Jakobsen, says that the cooperation began with the visit of a South Korean delegation in August 2015. Afterwards Dalum visited South Korean universities and found it positive with a cooperation in order to improve knowledge in South Korean pig production together with salesman coaching for feed salesmen.
The cooperation will include the following areas: establishing and supporting practical training programs in the field of livestock animals and agricultural sectors; development and providing of teaching textbooks, materials, lecturers and techniques; performing human interchanges with parties – and finally continuing cooperation in relation to professional education program in agriculture.
The representatives from South Korea and Dalum Academy of Agricultural Business