Source: Farmers Edge news release

WINNIPEG, Manitoba–Farmers Edge Inc. (“Farmers Edge” or the “Company”), a pure-play digital agriculture company, is pleased to announce that the United States District Court for the District of Nebraska has ruled in favour of Farmers Edge in a patent infringement suit brought by AGI SureTrack, LLC (formerly Farmobile, LLC) (“AGI”).

The lawsuit, filed by AGI in November, 2021 sought damages and an injunction against the Company for infringement of certain claims in AGI’s U.S. Patents.

The court ruled that five patents asserted by AGI purporting to relate to precision agriculture technology are invalid. This decision reflects Farmers Edge’s unwavering dedication to defending its innovation and the integrity of its process.

Farmers Edge was represented by Kirkland & Ellis LLP.

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Farmers Edge is a global leader in digital agriculture operating in North America, Brazil, and India. With best-in-class technologies, state-of-the-art soil and tissue testing laboratories, and robust datasets from over 20 million acres, Farmers Edge delivers managed IT services and tailored solutions to stakeholders across the agricultural ecosystem. Spanning from farmers to agri-retail, fuel, food, insurance, and financial services, Farmers Edge is accelerating digital adoption, creating a more unified, sustainable, and transparent value chain. For more information on Farmers Edge, please visit