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Posted January 11. 2018 1:22PM

PhilanthropyRoundtable.com: UNH benefactor's gift and the opioid peril

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By the age of 21, Oliver Hubbard had served in World War I, graduated from the University of New Hampshire, and turned a Boy Scout project raising hens into a family business that would eventually become a multinational company. Hubbard Breeders was a leader in genetics research and other poultry technology that paid off in a big way. Hubbard and his wife, brothers, and sons all became generous donors, largely focusing on science and UNH.