Robert Blum, Joe Dorame, Joe Diaz Lytham Partners, LLC 602-889-9700
Chief Financial Officer
S&W Seed Company
FIVE POINTS, California – July 31, 2014
S&W Seed Company (Nasdaq: SANW) announced today that Mark Grewal, Chief Executive Officer, and Matthew Szot, Chief Financial Officer, will participate in the Piper Jaffray Global Agriculture & Animal Health Investor Day on Tuesday, August 5, 2014. The conference is being in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The event brings together public and private companies, as well as industry thought leaders and farmers to discuss key industry trends and the state of the agriculture economy.
The conference consists of a series of fireside chats, panel discussions and one-on-one meetings. There is no webcast available for this event. Investors interested in arranging one-on-one meetings should contact Robert Blum, Managing Partner, Lytham Partners at (602) 889-9700 or a Piper Jaffray representative.
About S&W Seed Company Founded in 1980, S&W Seed Company is a global agricultural company, headquartered in the Central Valley of California. The company is the largest producer of non-dormant alfalfa seed varieties in the world, with production operations in the San Joaquin and Imperial Valley’s of California, as well as in South Australia. The company has worldwide sales and distribution through both a direct sales force as well as dealer-distributors. The company’s proprietary varieties are designed to meet the shifting needs of farmers that require high performance in poor and highly saline soil conditions and have been verified over decades of university-sponsored trials. Additionally, the company is utilizing its research and breeding expertise to develop and produce U.S.-based stevia leaf. Stevia is an all-natural, zero calorie sweetener for the food and beverage industry. For more information, please visit www.swseedco.com.
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