The AgTech industry is growing in Missouri. Here's why:
Missouri has the right business environment for AgTech companies to thrive. More than half the $88 billion global animal health industry is represented in Kansas City, and St. Louis area pet food companies generate more than $9 billion in revenue.
Missouri's state of the art research centers, incubator facilities, and hospitals help bring discoveries from laboratory to market. One of a kind resources include top-ranked Barnes Jewish Hospital, the Stowers Institute, and the largest university-operated research reactor in the country.
Missouri has the talent to sustain AgTech companies. The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center is the world's largest independent resarch institute focused on plant science, with 170 scientists and 95 PhDs.
Missouri's top-ranked educational instutions draw unparalleled talent. The University of Missouri is one of only a few in the U.S. with schools of medicine, agriculture, and veterinary medicine on one campus.
Missouri can get your product to market faster and cheaper. Missouri has one of the largest and least congested transportation networks in the United States, with two of the largest U.S. rail terminals, offering access to East and West coasts.
Download these extended brochures for a complete guide to the bioscience industry in Missouri.
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