The WKU Research Foundation has been awarded $26,257 in Kentucky Agricultural Development Funds that will be used to support research on the effects of using a surplus dairy product to protect horses and other livestock from disease. Re-borne is being developed by Simpsonville-based Re-borne Inc., which will be working with dairy producers across the state to access the waste from animals that will then be processed into a product to protect horses, cattle and swine from disease, stimulate growth and improve mortality rates.
The Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce has announced that Sung Duck Oh will serve as the region’s exclusive representative in South Korea, where he will promote the Bowling Green area to businesses looking to locate in the United States. Oh brings a broad range of engineering and marketing knowledge to the partnership, as well as extensive experience in manufacturing. He was named the director of the State of Indiana Korea Office in 1994 and has managed various trade shows and seminars for Indiana companies that have resulted in direct investment by Korean manufacturers.