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    February Luncheon | Alternative Investments

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    Thank you to all who attended the January luncheon on Monday, January 14th, at the Illini Center where we welcomed Corbett Kull, CEO of Tillable, who spoke about AgTech to a full room. 

    Please join us for our next luncheon on Monday, February 11th, at the Illini Center where we will discuss Alternative Investments!


     Founder of Tillable talks about
    technology that helps the landowner

    Technology is becoming an important part of farming and is moving forward at a rapid pace; however, its functions are not taking into account the needs of the landowner, according to Corbett Kull, the guest speaker at the January 14th meeting of The Chicago Farmers and the founder and CEO of Tillable, an ag tech company that is designed to help landowners become wiser about their holdings.

    “Tillable’s goal is to help the landowner become better at what he is doing,” said Kull, who also is a founder and a principle of 640 Labs, a Chicago-based technology company (acquired by The Climate Corporation in 2014) that collects, stores, and visualizes agricultural data to help growers improve their operations. “Tillable is able to guide the landowner through several considerations that will strengthen a landowner’s position.”

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