African Agriculture company info

What does African Agriculture do?
African Agriculture Holdings (NASDAQ:AAGR) is a food security company focused on operating a large-scale alfalfa farm in Africa. Alfalfa is a protein-rich crop used as livestock feed, aiming to address the continent's growing demand for animal protein. Despite its niche focus, AAGR has experienced significant stock price volatility. The company is a subsidiary of Global Commodities & Investments Ltd.
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Is African Agriculture a public or private company?


How many people does African Agriculture employ?


What sector is African Agriculture in?

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Consumer Staples

Where is the head office for African Agriculture?

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Head Office
New York, United States

What year was African Agriculture founded?

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Year Founded
What does African Agriculture specialise in?
/Blank Check Company /Special Purpose Acquisition /Business Mergers /Public Equity /Capital Investment /Business Consolidation

What are the products and/or services of African Agriculture?

Overview of African Agriculture offerings
Alfalfa Production: AAGR's primary focus is cultivating and selling alfalfa hay. Alfalfa is a protein-rich forage crop used primarily as livestock feed.
Land Management: AAGR manages a large-scale alfalfa farm, which likely includes activities like land preparation, planting, irrigation, weed control, harvesting, and storage of the alfalfa hay.
Sales and Distribution: AAGR presumably sells the harvested alfalfa hay to livestock farmers or feedlot operations.
Operational Research and Development: AAGR might conduct research on improving alfalfa farming practices to optimize yield, quality, and potentially explore other value-added products derived from alfalfa.
Government Relations: AAGR may interact with government agencies to comply with regulations, secure permits, or potentially benefit from agricultural subsidies.
Sustainability Practices: Considering the growing importance of sustainable agriculture, AAGR might implement practices to conserve water, minimize environmental impact, and promote long-term soil health for their alfalfa production.

Who is in the executive team of African Agriculture?

African Agriculture leadership team
  • Mr. Alan  Kessler
    Mr. Alan Kessler
    Chairman & Chief Strategy Officer
  • Mr. Harry  Green
    Mr. Harry Green
    Chief Financial Officer
  • Mr. Michael  Rhodes
    Mr. Michael Rhodes
    CEO & Secretary
  • Mr. Edward  Meiring
    Mr. Edward Meiring
    Chief Operating Officer
  • Mr. Kiran Peethambaran Shylaja
    Mr. Kiran Peethambaran Shylaja
    Chief Technical Officer
  • Mr. Javier  Orellana
    Mr. Javier Orellana
    Chief Operating Officer of Senegal Operations
  • Mr. Elad  Harzahav
    Mr. Elad Harzahav
    Head of Logistics & Technology Integration