Agribusiness companies and organizations are encouraged to participate in the future of the wheat industry by participating in the NAWG Associate Sponsor program.
With five levels of sponsorship ranging from $2,000 to $10,000 per year, the NAWG Associate Sponsor program can provide value for any company. Associate sponsors receive the weekly NAWG newsletter, a listing on the NAWG website and other benefits depending on the level of support.
More information can be found on our Associate Sponsors brochure, available here.
Any questions regarding the NAWG Associate Sponsor program can be directed to wheatworld (at) wheatworld.org
Diamond Associate Sponsors
Bayer CropScience is one of the world’s leading innovative cropscience companies in the area of crop protection, non-agricultural pest-control, seeds and plant biotechnology.
Bayer CropScience Website
Deere & Company, also known as John Deere, sells products around the world including tractors, lawn mowers, golf equipment, forestry and construction equipment and home products.
Deere and Company Website
The Monsanto company works for the world’s food producers, delivering products and solutions to help them reach their goals in ways that meet the world’s growing food and fiber needs, conserve natural resources and improve the environment.
Syngenta is a world-leading agri-business committed to sustainable agriculture through innovative research and technology, focusing on seeds and crop protection.
Platinum Associate Sponsors
BASF is a leading chemical company with a portfolio ranging from chemicals, plastics and performance products to crop-protection products, fine chemicals and oil and gas.
Bronze Associate Sponsors
Dow AgroSciences LLC provides innovative technologies for crop protection, pest and vegetation management, seeds, traits, and agricultural biotechnology to serve the world’s growing population.
Dow AgroSciences Website
U.S. Custom Harvesters, Inc.
U.S. Custom Harvesters, Inc. is a not-for-profit association of professional custom harvesters, serving the needs of the American farmer.