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Oxbo Supports Farming for the Future Foundation 

The company announces a donation to support the Farming for the Future Foundation.

Byron, New York, January 31, 2023 –Oxbo is excited to announce a multi-year donation to the Farming for the Future Foundation as the foundation finalizes construction on the new Food + Farm Exploration Center in Plover, Wisconsin. The center, scheduled to open later in 2023, will feature a unique simulator where visitors can sit in a cab and virtually experience harvesting with an Oxbo sweet corn, green bean, or pea harvester. The Center is designed to highlight the full chain of modern agriculture and food production, from planting, to harvesting, to processing. 

“We are pleased to support the Farming for the Future Foundation,” said Roel Zeevat, CEO of Oxbo. “We share the same vision as the foundation—we both want to educate the public about where our food comes from, share the stories of agriculture, and highlight the many careers in agriculture and in companies like ours. The Food + Farm Exploration Center highlights specialty crops, like sweet corn, green beans, and peas, which are an extremely important part of our business. We are proud to support this initiative.” 

About Oxbo 

At Oxbo, we are Optimizing farming together. Serving the application, forage, fruit, seed, vegetable, and root crop markets, Oxbo is the clear choice for specialty harvesting and controlled application technology. The Oxbo team consists of global engineering, manufacturing, sales, and service support. For more information, visit www.oxbo.com.   

About the Farming for the Future Foundation 

The Farming for the Future Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a mission to promote agricultural literacy, to increase the understanding of the origins of our food, and to deepen the relationship between farmers and consumers. For more information, visit www.fftf.us   

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For additional information, please contact Kathryn Van Weerdhuizen  at 1 360 510 4043 or k.vanweerdhuizen@oxbo.com 

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