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Agrimarketing : June 2015
Daily Updates on www.AgriMarketing.com purchased and began manufacturing its first farming implement, the Herman Harrow. Jeanne Bernick joins K·Coe Isom as Ag Consultant. She had been with Farm Journal Media’s Top Producer magazine. Alltech announces winners of its 10th annual Young Scientist program: Graduate winner: Xiaoqiu Bernick (Churchill) Wang, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX. Undergraduate winner: Rafal Bialek, Adam Mickiewicz University, Pozna, Poland. Nearly 9,000 students from 62 countries registered for the program this year. AGRI-MARKETERS: BIOTECH HIGHEST BOOSTER OF CROP YIELDS In a recent Agri-Marketer Poll, 155 participants ranked the implementation of biotech as having the greatest impact on increasing crop yields. The question: Which of the following has had the biggest impact on increasing crop yields (% of respondents). Biotech ... 38% Education ... 18% Commercial fertilizers ... 15% Hybrid seed ... 11% Water management ... 9% Farm equipment ... 6% Crop protection ... 3% The Agri-Marketers’ Poll is a joint project of Agri Marketing magazine and the National Assn of Farm Broadcasting. AM Nasdaq announces that trading of Arcadia Biosciences (RKDA) commenced on The Nasdaq Stock Market on May 15, 2015. Agricultural Business Council of Kansas City honors three business leaders its 2015 Jay B. Dillingham Award for Agricultural Leadership and Excellence: Dr. Brady Deaton, Kubota Tractor and Kubota Credit Corporation announce they will relocate their headquarters from Torrance, CA, to Grapevine, TX. Construction on the Texas facility will begin this year and is scheduled to be completed by the first quarter of 2017. A company spokesperson says, “The move to Texas will place Kubota’s leadership and staff closer to the company's major markets and its manufacturing, assembly and distribution facilities in Georgia and Kansas. “By centrally locating more of its operations, Kubota will be able to respond more quickly to changes in markets and the industry, and streamline its operations for both dealer and customer benefit.” The company also announces it will build a new plant and expand its existing facilities in Gainesville, GA. The construction of the new 502,000 sq ft plant is expected to be completed in the spring of 2017. AM Chancellor Emeritus, University of Missouri; Dee Likes, Chief Exec Emeritus, Kansas Livestock Assn, and the Honorable Bob Dole, former U.S. Senator, Kansas. Allison Bass joins Topcon Precision Agriculture as Channel Marketing Mgr — Agriculture. She had been with AGCO. Bass succeeds Joe Robertson who is retiring. AM Bass For breaking industry news, subscribe to Agri Marketing Mobile Alerts. Text AGRI to 283342 or visit: http://alerts.agrimarketing.com/
AgCareers Canada 2015