Pauline MacMillan Keinath is one of six secretive billionaire relatives who together own a majority of Cargill, the largest private company in the U.S. The agro-giant made $134 billion in revenues from all areas of food production, including crops, cattle, commodity trading, and risk management. Pauline is the great-granddaughter of founder W.W. Cargill, the son of a Scottish sea captain who started the small Iowa grain storage business after the Civil War.
Forbes estimates her net worth at $3.0 billion.
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