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Austen S. Cargill II

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Austen S. Cargill II
Born
Austen Stowell Cargill

1951 (age 67–68)
ResidenceParadise Valley, Montana, US
NationalityAmerican
EducationUniversity of Minnesota
Oregon State University
OccupationBusinessman and rancher, director of Cargill
Known forHeir of Cargill
Net worth$3.8 billion (September 2019)[1]
Spouse(s)Divorced
Children2

Austen Stowell Cargill II (born 1951) is an American billionaire heir, businessman and rancher.[2]

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Biography

Early life

Austen Stowell Cargill II was born in 1951.[3] He is the great-grandson of William W. Cargill, the founder of Cargill. He earned bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Minnesota. He went on to earn a doctorate from Oregon State University.[1]

Career

He joined Cargill as a marine biologist and joined its board of directors in 1995. He later served as a vice president until 2001.[2] He was a board member of GalaGen, a NASDAQ-traded company that sold dietary supplements to treat gastrointestinal diseases, from 1999 to 2002 when it went bankrupt.[4]

Personal life

In 2001, he bought the North Ranch in Paradise Valley, Montana, close to Antelope Butte.[2] The ranch was formerly owned by the Church Universal and Triumphant.[2] He goes ruffed grouse hunting in South Dakota.[5] He lives in Livingston, Montana.[1][6] He is divorced, and has two children.[1]

Bibliography

  • 'The role of lipids as feeding stimulants for shredding aquatic insects' (with Kenneth W. Cummins, Boyd J. Hanson and Robert R. Lowry, in Freshwaster Biology, 29 May 2006)[7]

References

  1. ^ a b c d "Forbes profile: Austen Cargill, II". Forbes. Retrieved 17 September 2019.
  2. ^ a b c d Cargill exec buys ranch from church, Bozeman Daily Chronicle, February 19, 2001
  3. ^ Solomon, Brian (September 22, 2011). "The Secretive Cargill Billionaires And Their Family Tree". Forbes. Retrieved September 17, 2019.
  4. ^ http://www.bizjournals.com/twincities/stories/2002/02/25/daily31.html
  5. ^ Laurence Monroe Klauber, Rattlesnakes: Their Habits, Life Histories, and Influence on Mankind, Volume 1, University of California Press, 1972, p. 632 [1]
  6. ^ David Frey, Who’s the Richest in the West? For billionaire bucks, Wyoming wins., New West, 10-05-09
  7. ^ Wiley: Freshwater Biology
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