*China- Sino-US Food and Agriculture Innovation Center (SUFAIC) of Weifang- Participated in discussions to report the collaborations with UC Davis in the last three years, and to discuss the next steps in potential collaborative projects.
*China- Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences- The Academy of Agricultural Planning and Engineering of CAAS came to UC Davis to learn about American vegetable water-saving irrigation technology and greenhouse vegetable production technology.
*Egypt- Various Agricultural Universities- In regards to the Higher education exchange program.
*France- INRA- Met with UC Davis faculty to discuss relationships between INRA and UC Davis, hopefully creating collaboration.
*France- SupAgro- Came to collaborate on the student exchange agreement between SupAgro and CAES, as well as discuss fields of interest for student exchange.
*India- Cornell University and Sathguru Management Consultants- Came to learn about education and agricultural systems, especially those in California.
*India- USDA New Delhi- Primary goal for their visit was to introduce dairy fodder users to the benefits of using US alfalfa hay in a balanced ration for dairy cow nutrition.
*Japan- Niigata University- Came to UC Davis to learn the expertise in education and research being done at the Department of Viticulture & Enology. They were also interested in introducing their three-party collaboration (Niigata Prefecture, the Niigata Sake Brewers Association, and Niigata University) regarding Sakeology and activities of the Sakeology Center Niigata University (SCNU).
*Kenya- Kenya Plant Health Inspectorate Service (KEPHIS)- Training and exposure of variety characterization, certification and seed testing, with specific focus on pulses, sorghum and millets.
*Korea- Department of Eco-Friendly Agriculture- Goal was to learn more about the production of high quality rice and its distribution in California.
*Korea- National College of Agriculture & Fisheries- Objective was to learn more about research happening within UC Davis that addresses how the agricultural industry is adapting to climate change.
*Kazakhstan- Smart Agriculture- To learn more about innovative agriculture and new methods for sustainability.
*Scotland- University of Edinburgh- Explored wider collaborations with UC Davis on veterinary science and agriculture & environmental sciences.
*Tanzania- Dabaga Institute of Agriculture- A delegation from the Dagaba Institute of Agriculture came to participate in discussions with the Departments of Plant and Animal Sciences. Their primary goal was to learn about current resources and technologies that are being used at UC Davis to increase animal and farm products. They also worked on collaborating with UC Davis.
*Thailand- Maejo University- Came to UC Davis to discuss possible collaboration and to consider working agreements between Maejo University and UC Davis. Their particular areas of interest were bee research, cannabis pollination, and other cannabis research being conducted at UC Davis.
*World Trade Center- Kazakhstan- Came to learn more about research happening within UC Davis that addresses how the agricultural industry is adapting to climate change. Another area of interest was sustainable agriculture.
*World Trade Center- Multi-Regional within Europe- To analyze the political, social, environmental and economic forces that influence U.S. agricultural trade policies and Asses how federal, regional and local programs for agricultural research, inspection, trade