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Bayer   Protection of horned giants: A team of well-trained rhino poaching dogs is giving the fight for survival of the rhinos a glimmer of hope. More than 180 poachers have been arrested in Kruger National Park since January 2016. Bayer supports the project by aiding the health and well-being of the dogs. http://bit.ly/ProtectingHornedGiantsDecember 15, 2017
Bayer   How about upgrading your holiday meals with some fresh microgreens like coriander, parsley, chives, varieties of lettuce and herbs. Vertical Farming uses up to 95 percent less water than conventional agriculture and microgreens have up to 30 times higher nutrient levels than mature plants. Read more: http://bit.ly/2AKmXPF
December 15, 2017
Bayer   In the 1950s, Panama Disease (TR1) destroyed the world’s banana farms. Today, the disease is back, and it’s stronger than before. Without counteraction against Panama Disease, there’s a chance that bananas could die out. But if banana experts, scientists and farmers continue to join forces to find effective solutions to fight against the Panama Disease, there is hope that people worldwide can continue to enjoy the tasty and nutritious fruit. Read more: http://bit.ly/2B3YMhe
December 14, 2017
Bayer   INTERNATIONAL VOLUNTEER DAY // Bayer employees get involved.

A primary school book club in a socially disadvantaged urban area of Nige is a matter near to the heart of Bayer employee Margies Leathers. "We want to encourage children to read, because books impart knowledge and stimulate imagination."
December 11, 2017

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December 15, 2017
Bayer   Protection of horned giants: A team of well-trained rhino poaching dogs is giving the fight for survival of the rhinos a glimmer of hope. Bayer supports the project by aiding the health and well-being of the dogs. https://t.co/oONBMQdtD3 https://t.co/LMnKl86OqK
December 14, 2017
Bayer   In the 1950s, Panama Disease (TR1) destroyed the world’s #banana farms – today, the #disease is back, and it’s stronger than before. "Without counteraction against Panama Disease, there’s a chance that bananas could die out." says Kai Wirtz: Read More: https://t.co/XdeNgvPj80 https://t.co/Wu5OJQb1Vw
December 13, 2017
Bayer   #IVD2017 Is there a way to make reintegration of children suffering from cancer into the education system any easier? A project in Ecuador shows how it can be done: Inés Balbina Valdivieso Arias, Bayer employee, is committed to building hospital classrooms. #VolunteersActFirst https://t.co/stRRBMpqTT
December 12, 2017
Bayer   More than 100 billion #bananas are consumed annually in the world, making it the fourth most important food crop after wheat, rice and corn in the developing world. The fruit is rich in #nutrients, such as #vitamin B & C, fiber and magnesium. https://t.co/SSSPv0ggv1

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Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Integrated Annual Report 2017, Financial News Conference and
Investor Conference Call on the Full Year 2017 Results