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COMPANIES WITH AG OPERATIONS IN THE FORTUNE 500, THOSE WHICH SHOULD BE
Source: Agri Marketing magazine

16 companies with a significant presence in agriculture were included in Fortune magazine's 2017 listing of the 500 largest U.S. corporations.

Those companies include ($billion revenues...% change...2016 ranking):

47. DowDuPont: $63...30%...62

48. Archer Daniel Midlands: $61...(2%)...45

66. Nationwide: $44...10%...68

96. CHS: $32...5%...93

78. Merck: $40...1%...69

80. Tyson Foods: $38...4%...82

84. TIAA/CREF: $36...(3%)...80

102. John Deere: $30...12%...105

129. Eli Lilly: $23...8%...132

199. Monsanto...$15...8%...204

216. Land O'Lakes: $14...4%...209

347. AGCO: $8...12%...370

381. Mosaic: $7...3%...377

391. Tractor Supply Co: $7...7%...396

481. Seaboard: $6...8%...486

The following companies would have made the list, but are either privately held or headquartered outside the U.S. (2017 revenues in U.S. $):

Cargill...$110

Koch Industries...$100

BASF...$75

Bunge...$46

Bayer...$40

CHN Industrial...$27

Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica...$18

Syngenta...$18

Nutrien...$16

The five largest U.S. based companies in 2017 were ($ billions...% change):

1. Walmart: $500...3%

2. Exxon Mobil: $244...17%

3. Berkshire Hathaway: $242...8%

4. Apple: 229...6%

5. UnitedHealth Group: $201...9%


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