Farmers can officially say hello to Corteva Agriscience on June 1 when it spins off from parent company DowDuPont. It’s another step to divide the mega-company, which was valued at $131 billion upon its merger in 2017, into three focused businesses.
A four-year-old start-up called Indigo Ag is the No. 1 company on the 2019 CNBC Disruptor 50 list. Indigo Ag is out to feed the world and help farmers make a good living without harming the planet. And one secret to its recent growth is hidden in the stars. Read MoreRead More »
Some fear the agriculture industry is walking headlong into a figurative hall of mirrors. Amid consolidation and consumer food awareness, perceptions of conspiracy and collusion can lead to class-action antitrust lawsuits against food companies and cooperatives with ties to producers of broilers, milk and more. Read moreRead More »