Examples of agribusiness in a Sentence
Several large agribusinesses own most of the farms around here.
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Its population of about 45,000 nearly doubles each day as people travel there to work, primarily in the thriving agribusinesses.
For the attendees — from simple aficionados to baristas — the classes offer the kind of minutiae about coffee qualities typically reserved for agribusiness schools.
Bill Phillimore of Paramount Farming, which grows pistachios and other crops for financier Stewart Resnick's Wonderful agribusiness empire, attended the board meeting but wouldn't say if Paramount would help pay for WaterFix.
But with real estate values soaring in the area, the agribusiness giant isn't waiting to cash in with a sale of the 2.2-acre property.
Monsanto, one of the largest agribusiness companies in America, recently sued Arkansas regulators for banning its version of the herbicide, XtendiMax.
The state favours agribusiness and plantations over small farmers.
Big agribusiness companies like Cargill and Tyson were instrumental in concentrating poultry production on farms and processing entities — eliminating the infrastructure that used to be there to support smaller local producers, Fund said.
Life-changing for the college students Mr. McVay, who was a longtime executive at the agribusiness company Cargill, saw the program thrive before his death in 2011.
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First Known Use: circa 1955See Words from the same year
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