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Agricon Global Corporation (BB AGRC) is a smaller US public company. The Company was founded in 1983, and has been actively traded for the past 17 years.

On March 31, 2012 Agricon acquired its first Ghanaian business, Canola Property Ghana Limited and in November 2012 formed its second wholly owned Ghanaian subsidiary, Agricon SH Ghana Limited and announced its entry into the agricultural industry with a focus on producing cash crops of maize (corn), sunflowers, soya, and canola in the natural resource rich country of Ghana, West Africa.

Agricon Global Corporation through its Ghanaian subsidiaries is finalizing three leases, of large acreage blocks (6,000 to 20,000 acres each), to develop farming lands, located in the Greater Accra and Central Regions, two of the most populous regions in Ghana. We are now ready to begin full scale farming operations and plan to concentrate our initial efforts on the cash food crops of maize (corn), sunflowers, soya, and canola.

The world population continues its rapidly increasing growth from 6 billion people today to an estimated 9 billion in 2050. This growth will require the most significant corresponding increase in food production in the history of the world. The strategy to combat global hunger and starvation is to adopt high yielding, more productive crops, especially among cereals and other crops suitable for human consumption. Obviously the need to feed all these people will be a challenge for agriculture, worldwide, but particularly in Africa.

After several years of market studies of supply and demand for basic food products and areas of the world with sufficient resources and stability, Agricon made a choice to build a significant presence in Ghana for the following reasons:

1. Availability of significant resources
2. Economics of resources
3. Large and growing demand
4. Government stability and support

We believe the demand for food and agricultural products will continue their rapid rate of growth as they have during the past several years, the price for food and agricultural byproducts will continue to increase at a rate exceeding 3% per year, the ability to package and ship food products for worldwide distribution will command increasing value, and the management team that we will build, will allow the company substantial growth opportunity for the next decade. We also believe that agriculture production will also be an excellent hedge against global currencies that may suffer significant depreciation in future years.

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