As a research analyst for Decision Innovation Solutions, Brittni helps develop, manage, and analyze data and solutions to assist clients in making informed and strategic business decisions. Brittni received a bachelor’s degree in International Agricultural Economics from Alcorn State University in Lorman, Mississippi. She also earned a master’s degree in Agricultural Economics from Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. As a graduate student at Purdue University, Brittni taught an agricultural communications course, worked as a graduate assistant for the Office of Graduate Diversity Initiatives, and conducted research with her thesis committee focusing on food insecurity in West Lafayette, Indiana at a local food pantry. Brittni also has previous research experience in international and domestic agribusiness and agricultural economics through internships and graduate research.
Milk has been a staple beverage in American diets for decades. But has milk consumption changed in recent years? With the help of technology and automation in the dairy industry, U.S. milk production more than doubled since 1930.
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