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Sam Houston State University receives USPOULTRY grant

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TUCKER, Ga. — Sam Houston State University's Department of Agricultural Sciences and Engineering Technology recently received a $2,300 student recruiting grant from the USPOULTRY Foundation.

The grant was made possible by an endowing foundation gift from Jerry Moye, president of Cobb-Vantress, and his wife, Cherie.

"This $2,300 will be a great contribution to our student recruitment and retention efforts at Sam Houston State University," said Dr. Stanley Kelley, chairman and professor in the Department of Agricultural Sciences and Engineering Technology.

Sam Houston State University, located in Huntsville, Texas, has one of the largest non-land-grant agriculture. . .

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