Agriculture

April 4, 2012 5:00 AM

Cheney retiree helping set up cassava plant in Nigeria

After retiring on March 1, Cheney resident Kent Dold decided to embark on the next phase in life: setting up the farming operation of a $160 million cassava complex in Nigeria.

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