We caught up with Tyson's head of strategy and new ventures Monica McGurk to find out more about the decision to launch Tyson New Ventures earlier this week.
Foundations are not a regular sighting on the investor line-up of individual deals, so AgFunderNews caught up with Drew Fink to find out more.
Crop Enhancement, a startup using what it dubs “sustainable chemistry” to combat crop pests and increase crop yields in the tropics, has raised $8.5 million in Series B funding.
Good Eggs, which last year shocked consumers by shutting down operations outside of the Bay Area, has surprised the market again by raising $15 million.
Monsanto Growth Ventures has invested in Microsoft Ventures Brazil’s startup accelerator fund, which invests across digital technologies and will now target agriculture technology startups.
The Public Sector Pension Investment Board has invested in Allflex, a global animal intelligence and monitoring systems provider.
Terramera, a Canadian startup that's on a mission to change the fate of many biological ag products, has raised $10 million in venture capital.
AgFunderNews caught up with Brendan Kennedy, CEO of Privateer, to talk about international ambitions, raising capital, and focusing on cannabis brands.
Kevin Zussman is an agtech investor with Cultivian Sandbox, a venture capital firm that invests in food & agriculture technology startups. Here writes about pivoting into food and agriculture from other industries.
This is Avrio Capital's third agtech fund and will revisit some subsectors of agtech which co-founder Aki Georgacacos believes have been overheated in recent months.
MGV has revealed its portfolio of agtech investments to AgFunderNews ranging from precision agriculture technologies to life science companies, ag biologicals, and new crops and new business models.
Last month AgFunderNews caught up with Andy Ziolkowski, managing director at Chicago-based agtech VC Cultivian Sandbox, to discuss a growing trend for investing in both farmland and agtech.
The agtech investor’s journey to exit is still unclear. Here are four routes to exit and their challenges as discussed at the World Agri-Tech Investment Summit.
After S2G's official fund launch last week, AgFunderNews caught up with the firm to hear a bit more about its investment process and how it views the food and agriculture sector.