A visit to some of the US universities was made by the honorable Vice-Chancellor of Agriculture and Forestry University (AFU), Prof. Dr. Ishwari Prasad Dhakal , accompanied by Prof. Dr. Naba Raj Devkota, Research Director at AFU during 4th to 14th April 2016. The visit was mainly focused to strengthen relationship between AFU and Michigan State University (MSU) also to heighten true partnership between the two universities. Accordingly, several dignified authorities at MSU including President Lou Anna K. Simon were met and exchange of ideas was the core part of visit as both the universities run by following Land Grants model of executing teaching, research and extension as core function of the university system. The visit remained fruitful in exploring several opportunities to exchange students and faculty members; to work jointly for competitive research proposal bidding and also to use laboratory facilities and learn from existing success stories. Key personnel with whom several meetings were held include: Prof. Douglas D. Buhler ,Dean College of Agriculture and Natural Resources ; Prof. John Baker, Dean College of veterinary Medicine , Associate Dean and Directors, HOD, Animal Science, Veterinary Medicine/Animal Health, and the coordinator of South Asia Partnership Initiatives at MSU. Seminar presentation on Global One Health-Nepal experiences, Present status of Agriculture and Forestry University and about Research Activities at AFU was also done during the visit. Simultaneously, a brief visit was also made to the University of Michigan, Anarbor, and interactions with Nepalese delegates and scholars was done to strengthen the relationship between the universities. Prof. Nanda P. Joshi, International Director, Department of Veterinary Medicine, and Prof. Murari Suvedi, Senior Associate to the Dean at MSU remained instrumental to organize this visit. Meanwhile, a brief visit was also made by Prof. Dr. Naba Raj Devkota to the Texas A&M University, AgriLife Research Centre and seminar was presented on research activities at AFU. Nepalese students and Faculties residing at MSU and Texas A & M were addressed and highlighted the recent activities and future program of AFU.