Farid Stino

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Dr. Farid Stino is an Egyptian businessperson. Stino was the President and CEO of Ismailia-Misr Poultry Company, one of the largest poultry companies in the Middle East.

He is also the owner of Stino Farms, based in Cairo.[1] He was born in Cairo Egypt on September 1, 1943. He got his BS degree from Cairo University, Egypt, in 1964. He received his MS degree in 1968 and his PhD degree in 1971, from The University of Georgia, in Athens, Georgia, USA. He organized Stino Agriconsults, an Agricultural Consulting Firm that had more than 25 consultants, including Dr. Nageeb Goher, the former President of Cairo University and Dr. Gamal Kamar the former Professor of Poultry Physiology and Dr. Hamdy Mourad, the former Animal Physiologist. Dr. Stino taught Poultry Breeding and Genetics at Cairo University. He also taught Biostatistics and Computer Methodology, as a visiting professor, at Florida Agriculture and Mechanical University in Tallahassee Florida, the USA for 12 years starting 1988. He returned to Cairo University in 2000 to head the Department of Animal Production, Faculty of Agriculture, Cairo University. He graduated 12 PhD students and 26 MS students under his supervision. He has more than 65 published articles in peer-review journals. He has 5 children, 3 boys and 2 girls.

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  1. ^ "The Farm". Stino Farms. Retrieved 7 November 2010.

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