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In the Press: 2019 AgTech Nexus USA, Chicago

AgTech Nexus USA, which was co-hosted with the Illinois Soybean Association and held in Chicago on July 22-23, focused on the latest in data-driven farm management tools, advances in genetics, robotic developments, blockchain technology, predictive agriculture and AI platforms and more.

This 5th annual event, which took place in the heart of the Midwest at The Standard Club and Whiskey Acres, brought together an international group of investors, agribusiness executives, agtech entrepreneurs and farmers for examinations of cutting-edge technologies guaranteed to redefine the ag sector.

Below is some of the media coverage from the event:



August 13Speakers offer differing views on direction of ag investment, by Ian Cumming of Ontario Farmer.

August 8 -- Weather uncertainty to continue to impact farming, by Martha Blum of AgriNews Publications.

JULY 2019

July 30 - Chicago high school specializes in ag sciences, by Ian Cumming of Ontario Farmer.

July 24 Precision Ag Bytes. By AgWired.

July 24 5 ways talking to farmers can help a start-up, by Laurie Bedord, Successful Farming

July 23U.S. to pay $15 minimum per acre to farmers hurt by china trade war, by Humeyra Pamuk of Thomson Reuters.

July 22Adams on Agriculture interviews Megan Miller, Ag Innovations and Tech Transfer Manager for the Illinois Soybean Association. A radio interview (in at 27:12, out at 38:08)


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