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Bayer CropScience Looks to the Future of Farming at 2013 Farm Progress Show
Date:8/29/2013

ters, which provide continuing solutions and education,” said Hollinrake.

Supporting the Future of Farming
Producing more food to feed a hungry world, while also supporting the world’s existing resources, will require additional human resources. This is a key reason Bayer CropScience is committed to helping to nurture the next generation of farmers, scientists and researchers.

“Bayer CropScience recognizes the challenges of recruiting the next generation and is committed to doing our part to ensure that the future of farming is in good hands,” said Inci Dannenberg, vice president, Commercial Operations. “We believe that agriculture in the future must and will include more women, minorities and people with backgrounds in business, science and technology.”

In addition to its support of traditional youth agricultural programs, such as the National FFA Organization?at national and regional levels?Bayer sponsors an annual award to recognize young farmers who practice sustainability.

The Young Sustainable Farmer award highlights young farmers who demonstrate excellence in sustainable growing practices and business and environmental sustainability.

For more information about Bayer’s 150th anniversary, please visit http://www.150.bayer.com. For additional information and background on Bayer CropScience and its other programs, please visit http://www.bayercropscience.us/our-commitment/bayer-initiatives.

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