Agricultural Technology

Ameren Missouri is dedicated to serving Ag based businesses with resources needed to feed the world, one crop at a time.

Success Stories


  • Over 380,000 Missourians work in agricultural-related industries. (Source: U.S. Census CBP)
  • Ag tech giant Bunge moved its global headquarters to St. Louis in 2019, while Bayer Crop Science moved its North America headquarters to St. Louis from Raleigh, N.C. In central Missouri, Aurora Organic Dairy and Plumrose USA both announced new food manufacturing operations.
  • Missouri is home to an abundant, high-quality water supply and unparalleled access to more than 95,000 farms.
  • Ameren Missouri offers low-cost, highly reliable energy. Our electric rates are 24% lower than the national average. To discover readily available sites powered by Ameren Missouri's affordable system, search our sites database.

Excellent Talent

  • Over 338,496 students are currently enrolled in four-year and two-year higher education programs. (Source: MO DHEWD)
  • Missouri higher education institutions produce nearly 1,000 agriculture graduates annually (includes all undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. Source: IPEDS, Alliance STL)

Nationally Acclaimed Agricultural Research Assets


Donald Danforth Plant Science Center

Missouri Botanical Garden

Washington University in St. Louis – Tyson Research Center

Gates Foundation Agricultural Innovations Center

Agricultural Companies in Missouri

Anheuser-Busch – AB InBev
Bayer Crop Science
Kerry Group
Kraft Heinz

Nestlé Purina
Post Holdings
Rabo AgriFinance
Tree House
Tyson Foods Inc.

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