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Universities balk at proposed budget cuts
— Agriculture disease research network could disintegrate.
Bush budget cuts would hit important research programs that examine
everything from soybeans and dairy production to cattle viruses,
agriculture school officials complained to Congress on Tuesday.
Fred Cholick, dean of the agriculture college at Kansas State
University, said the cuts threaten the original mission of the 75
land-grant schools, created by Congress in the 1800s to use public money
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