Inverness Graham Green Light Fund Invests in My Yield to Boost Agricultural Innovation

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WAYNE, PAInverness Graham Green Light Fund has announced its third investment, a majority recapitalization of My Yield, a specialty seed treatment provider. This move marks a significant step in the fund’s AgTech Transition focus area, targeting innovative solutions in agricultural yield enhancement and sustainability.

My Yield, based in Oelwein, Iowa, provides integrated seed treatment formulations, application systems, and agronomic support directly to growers. Their technologies improve crop yields by delivering targeted treatments that protect and strengthen plants during critical growth phases. The company’s solutions include biological and nutritional components designed to enhance soil health in the root zones of plants.

Founded in 1995 as a manufacturer of seed-handling solutions, My Yield has evolved into a leader in seed coating and agronomic solutions. The company helps growers achieve higher yields with advanced seed treatment technologies.

Paul Nolen, Managing Principal at Inverness Graham, expressed enthusiasm about the partnership. “We are excited to partner with My Yield, a company at the forefront of innovation in performance seed treatment,” said Nolen. “My Yield’s comprehensive suite of seed treatment solutions enables improvements to yield and can also enhance soil health. In addition, My Yield has demonstrated an ability to empower growers to quickly treat their seed on their farms, maximizing convenience and scheduling flexibility so growers can plant at the best possible time utilizing the latest technologies to maximize yield. We look forward to supporting My Yield’s continued growth and success.”

Co-CEOs Austin Forsyth and Gabriel Gorman shared their excitement about the new partnership. “We are thrilled to have Inverness Graham as our partner,” they said. “My Yield is changing agriculture by providing growers the tools they need to treat their seed with the pace, prescription, and precision required to maximize overall plant health and yield potential. With the support of Inverness Graham, we aim to expand our offerings and capabilities to better serve our existing customers and reach new markets. Together, we look forward to embarking on our next chapter of growth and the continued innovation that we can deliver to our growers across the country.”

The terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Legal counsel for Inverness Graham was provided by Paul Hastings. My Yield was represented by Hennepin Partners, with Fredrikson & Bryon serving as legal counsel.

This investment aim to foster innovation in the agricultural sector, providing vital resources to companies like My Yield that are driving advancements in crop yield and sustainability.

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