Following the success at Voronezh, Mr. Kiriac was appointed General Manager at the Moscow Academy of Sciences to further prepare for the next test bed for livestock. Detailed plans were formulated for a first test farm in Lithuania for modeling a broader rollout of biological and livestock production in Russia. Lithuania was the best place politically as it was already receptive to this kind of forward thinking. Lithuania was also quite open to alternative medicine while the rest of the USSR remained more conservative.
However, following the political struggles in the USSR, this was not to happen. The efforts in Moscow included the allopathic model to blend or develop the ideal medication for both human and animals. Mr. Kiriac had to fight many pressures from the allopathic model to maintain his assertions that nutrition was the best solution.
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