The Future of Ag & The Ag Inputs Business
Agronomy • 43m
Biologicals are the newest iteration in Ag inputs but they’ve actually been around for several decades and they still lack consistent results. Consolidation among Ag’s biggest players has left just a handful of huge companies — will they all still be here in a decade? If so, who will they acquire? Meanwhile, farms are consolidating too (as they have been for almost a century), how does that change the Ag inputs biz? And what does the future look like in way of crop inputs and the manner in which they are developed, sold, and distributed? This and more is discussed in this episode of The Business of Agriculture with guests Galynn Beer and Brian Waugh of Agroliquid.
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