Haugdahl’s class project turns into international trip
Chris Haugdahl is hoping to share his experiences growing up on a small family farm in rural Henning with farmers in a country that is perhaps better known for its place in the fictional movie “Borat” than its cattle industry.
Late last week, Haugdahl and another Concordia College-Moorhead student traveled to the central Asian country of Kazakhstan to implement their class project for the country’s cattle industry. The son of Alan and Tonya Haugdahl and a 2011 graduate of Henning High School, Haugdahl will be in the country for six weeks as he helps a company by the name of Kazbeef read entire story. . . .