Country Representative for Japan
Yoshi is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Agriculture at Meijo University. He is the Country Coordinator for the Asian Australasian Dairy Goat Network and the current Secretariat for the Japan Goat Network. Yoshi is also a member of the International Advisory Committee for the Conference on Sustainable Animal Agriculture for Developing Countries.
Yoshi received his Ph.D. in Animal Nutrition from the Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation, Hiroshima University. His doctoral thesis was, “Studies on feeding management on milk production of dairy buffalo and cattle in Tarai, Nepal.”
Yoshi has more than 20 publication credits, including a recent, article in the Net Journal of Agricultural Science, “Comparative evaluation of odorous compound absorption between goat milk and cow milk.”
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