Molotschna Agricultural Association
The Molotschna Agricultural Association was organized at Halbstadt in the Molotschna Mennonite settlement, Ukraine, in 1912. During the first year a membership of 90 was reached. A subdivision of the association was a society concerned with the improvement of the breeds of horses and cattle at Molotschna. The promoter of the association was Johann Wiebe of Ohrloff, a nephew of Johann Cornies. Little is known about the scope of its activities.
Mennonitisches Jahrbuch. Gnadenfeld: Heinrich Dirks (1911-12): 164.
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