NC+ Hybrids acquired by American Seeds, Inc

April 2005
Southeast Farm Press;4/13/2005, Vol. 32 Issue 11, p28
Trade Publication
The article reports that NC+ Hybrids has been acquired by American Seeds Inc. (ASI), a holding company formed by Monsanto Company in the fall of 2004. ASI was established by Monsanto to support regional seed businesses with capital, genetics and technology investments. Ron Vieselmeyer, chairman of the Board of Directors, opines that this has been a very well thought out business decision for the NC+ Hybrids grower-owners. In addition, the former grower-owners of NC+ Hybrids have entered into a long-term seed production agreement with Remington to continue to produce top quality seed corn for the NC+ brand.


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