St. Louis Partner Powell Carman, co-leader of the firm’s Agribusiness & Food Practice, was recently quoted in the fall issue of Middle Market Growth, the official publication of the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG). The article discusses the recent trend of large mergers and acquisitions among agricultural industry companies and how newer agricultural technology, or agtech, companies are thriving despite some hesitation from private equity investors. “It’s going to be a pretty unusual private equity investor that has the infrastructure in place to get products into the market,” said Carman, who has worked on a number of acquisitions and divestitures for biotech and agribusiness companies. “Without that, it’s going to be hard for an investor to capture the margin to get the return on their investment.” To read the entire article, click here.