A team of Montana State University researchers and community partners has been awarded a threeyear 220000 grant to help Montana beef producers and meat processors and increase the use of local beef in Montanarsquos schools and communities

A team of Montana State University researchers and community partners has been awarded a three-year, $220,000 grant to help Montana beef producers and meat processors and increase the use of local beef in Montana’s schools and communities.

USDA grant funds study of local beef-to-school efforts

Montana State researchers will examine efforts in the state to determine best practices for increasing usage.

A team of Montana State University researchers and community partners has been awarded a three-year, $220,000 grant from the USDA to study ways to get more local beef into schools and communities in the state, the school has announced. The study is also intended to discern which “beef to school” methods are most sustainable for producers, processors and schools.

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