ForFarmers N.V.: update on share buy-back programme of its own shares
ForFarmers: update on share buy-back programme of its own shares
ForFarmers N.V. (hereinafter 'ForFarmers') has repurchased 322,695 shares in the period from 12 June 2017 through 16 June 2017.
The shares were repurchased for an average price of €9.71 per share, for a total amount of €3,134,313. These repurchases were made in accordance with the authorisation granted by the ForFarmers N.V. Annual General Meeting of Shareholders on 26 April 2017 as part of the share buy-back programme announced on 2 May 2017.
The total number of shares that has been repurchased to date according to this programme is 2,324,095 shares, for a total amount of €21,546,974.
More information about the purchase programme is available on the ForFarmers website (www.forfarmersgroup.eu/en).
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Caroline Vogelzang, Director Investor Relations and Communications
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ForFarmers N.V. ('ForFarmers', Lochem, the Netherlands) is an internationally operating feed company that offers total feed solutions for conventional and organic livestock farming. ForFarmers gives its very best "For the Future of Farming": for the continuity of farming and for a financially secure sector that will continue to serve society for generations to come in a sustainable way. By working side-by-side with farmers ForFarmers delivers real benefits: better returns, healthier livestock and greater efficiency. This is achieved by offering tailored and Total Feed solutions and a targeted approach with specialist and expert support.
With sales of approximately 9.3 million tons of feed annually, ForFarmers is market leader in Europe. ForFarmers has 2,273 employees and production facilities in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and the United Kingdom. In 2016, revenues amounted to over €2.1 billion.