Monsanto Asking Soybean Growers for Support

December 13, 2016 01:15 PM
 
 

Monsanto and Bayer officials are asking soybean growers to support their proposed merger.

Monsanto chief technology officer Robb Fraley addressed the potential $66 billion acquisition of Monsanto with members of the American Soybean Association and the United Soybean Board at the USB winter meeting in St. Louis, Mo.

“I’m here for your support,” Fraley told the crowd.

The deal is in the hands of regulators and won’t close until late 2017.

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jack
aberdeen, SD
12/15/2016 09:59 AM
 

  Why would we support the largest seed company in the world pulling up its roots from america to be controlled from germany? In this context monsonto should not be sold for any price. There has to be a better way to innovate. Never never never never never never never give up. This is like giving up.

 
 

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