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Company Overview of DEKALB Genetics Corporation

Company Overview

As of December 4, 1998, DEKALB Genetics Corporation was acquired by Monsanto Company. DEKALB Genetics Corporation develops agricultural seeds for corn, soybean, sorghum, alfalfa, and sunflower; and hybrid swine breeding stock. The company was formerly known as DEKALB AgResearch, Inc. and changed its name to DEKALB Genetics Corporation in 1989. The company was founded in 1938 and is based in Dekalb, Illinois.

3100 Sycamore Road

Dekalb, IL 60115

United States

Founded in 1938

2,058 Employees





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