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Farmers save over 2 billion gallons of water, reduce greenhouse gas emissions 26.6% in one growing season through Indigo Ag and Anheuser-Busch partnership

May 28, 2020 | Indigo Agriculture
The partnership leveraged Indigo’s system of solutions to support growers in significantly exceeding the sustainability targets set for 2.2M bushels of rice with Anheuser-Busch last year (10% less water, nitrogen, and greenhouse gas emissions compared to historical county averages).
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Indigo Continues to Help Ag During COVID-19

May 18, 2020 | The Midwest Farm Report
In this audio interview with Head of Marketplace Gabe Sheets Poling, Midwest Farm Report covers how Indigo is expanding its offerings to help growers, buyers and carriers manage their businesses during the coronavirus crisis. Read more
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Indigo Ag joins other members like Facebook, LinkedIn & Google in World Bank initiative

May 18, 2020 | Memphis Business Journal
Memphis Business Journal spotlights Indigo's collaboration with the World Bank's Development Data Partnership. The article, which also appeared in Boston Business Journal, details the company’s continued commitment to helping the public sector address climate change and further ensure a secure global food supply.
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In collaboration with the World Bank, Indigo Ag leverages satellite data to advance global food security

May 14, 2020 | Indigo Agriculture
Indigo’s Atlas satellite imagery technology will be used to further the mission of the World Bank’s Development Data Partnership, a joint public and private sector effort to address global development challenges.
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Local farmer wins inaugural soil competition

April 27, 2020 | The Selma Times Journal
The Selma Times Journal highlights the winner of Indigo's inaugural Carbon Cup, a soil carbon competition designed to recognize farmers and ranchers cultivating the nation’s healthiest soils.
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Podcast

Reimagining Big Ag

April 25, 2020 | The Financial Times
In this Financial Times podcast, you’ll learn about how Indigo uses what we’ve learned about the soil microbiome and its effect on crop health to help growers increase yield, boost nutrient content, and bolster farm profitability. Hear Indigo co-founder and Chief Innovation Officer, Geoffrey von Maltzahn, and Indigo farmer, Ben Riensche, owner of Blue Diamond Farming Company, share the results of our partnership with Financial Times reporter, Emiko Terazono on the Behind the Money podcast. Listen here [Also available on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and other major podcast platforms.]  
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Indigo Ag's plan to compensate farmers for carbon removal is attracting funders such as FedEx

April 24, 2020 | GreenBiz
GreenBiz covers Indigo’s most recent funding from FedEx and profiles the company’s innovative programs and products. The article details the benefits of Indigo Carbon and highlights the program's significant response from growers.
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Indigo expands ag industry support during COVID-19

April 21, 2020 | Indigo Agriculture
Indigo expands access to transportation logistics support, grain marketing tools, and real-time market insights in response to COVID-19. As an extension of Indigo Transport, a new transportation hotline offers assistance to all growers, buyers, and carriers to ensure the continued, efficient transport of grain. To help growers optimize their profitability potential in volatile market conditions, the company has enhanced its suite of pricing tools and launched GrainWaves, a podcast with real-time insights and analysis of the grain market.
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Indigo named #22 on Fast Company's Most Innovative Companies List

March 10, 2020 | Fast Company
For the second year in a row, Indigo Ag has been named to Fast Company's annual list of the World's Most Innovative Companies. Indigo moved up to rank 22nd overall and ranked in third place in the food category.
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Indigo announces data integration with the John Deere Operations Center to help maximize the profitability of growers across the U.S.

March 05, 2020 | Indigo Agriculture
Growers working with Indigo will be able to link agronomic data with John Deere’s Operations Center, a cloud-based system for sharing insights between account managers, agronomists, and growers. The integration will streamline the flow of information between Indigo and its grower customers, improving data-driven decision making to maximize farm profitability. Gathering data directly from on-farm equipment helps Indigo better calculate and pay growers for reducing carbon emissions and increasing soil carbon levels. March 5, 2020, Memphis, Tennessee – Indigo Agriculture, a company dedicated to harnessing nature to help farmers sustainably feed the planet, today announces its integration with the John Deere Operations Center to link on-farm agronomic data between technology ecosystems. By connecting to the John Deere Operations Center, Indigo enhances its ability to deliver agronomic advice, carbon credits, and crop premiums to growers across the U.S.
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