Mosaic board member buys 1,200 shares
Kelvin R Westbrook, a member of the board of directors at The Mosaic Company (MOS), bought 1,200 shares of the company’s common stock on Feb. 27. At $27.63 per share, Westbrook paid a total of $33,154 for the new shares.
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About Mosaic Company (The)
Formed in 2004 by the combination of IMC Global and Cargill's fertilizer business, Mosaic is a leading producer of primary crop nutrients phosphate and potash. The company's assets include phosphate rock mines in Florida and potash mines in Saskatchewan and New Mexico. With the purchase of assets from Vale, Mosaic added significantly to its phosphate and Brazilian footprint.