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02-01-2016

Former Agrostudies Student Manages Huge Dairy Farm in Vietnam

vietnam-th-05Luu Hoai Nam is a former Agrostudies student who is using the knowledge and experience and garnering great success in Vietnam, his home country.

Mr. Luu Hoai Nam is part of one of the largest and grandest agricultural projects in the world. TH Milk Vietnam, led by Madam Thai Huong, is a dairy farming project that owns 7 farms with 6000 animals on each farm. They work in close collaboration with the Israeli Afimilk company that has supported this project with training, planning and implementation.

The farms use the most modern technologies and farming techniques to ensure the production of the highest quality milk and have already caused a small revolution to take place in the milk market in Vietnam. Mr. Shimon Peres himself, former President of Israel who met with the partners of this project and called it a “freshmilk” revolution.

Hoai Nam completed his Agrostudies training in July 2010 and has continued to work with Israelis through Afimilk since then. He is now a farm manager, overseeing 6000 animals. He uses his technological knowledge and experience each and every day to ensure the wellbeing of the animals and the quality of his product. He says about his time with Agrostudies: “That was an interesting and helpful time. I could say that my career started so nice in Vietnam after coming back from Israel. I had a chance to work and learn by doing on a dairy farm in Israel and I have continued to do so since”.

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