QHow many farmers have committed suicide because of your company? How many lab rats have tested positive for tumors after your 'safe' GMO's? Lastly, What do you think of the Monsanto Protection Act and all the bribery that goes with it? Please take time to

How many farmers have committed suicide because of your company? How many lab rats have tested positive for tumors after your 'safe' GMO's? Lastly, What do you think of the Monsanto Protection Act and all the bribery that goes with it? Please take time to answer my questions about your SAFE practices.

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Posted on May 8, 2017
This is a simple, yet difficult question to answer because I can only answer for myself and our farming operation, and only as it applies to corn and soybeans which are the only two GMO crops we grow. We also grow non-GMO soybeans, so I have a fair comparison on cost efficiency. Our other crops – wheat, barley, green beans, tomatoes and grapes are not genetically engineered and no commercial GMO of these crops are currently on the market.        ... Read More
Posted on June 4, 2016
This is one of the most popular questions on the website and thus is part of the top 10 questions on GMO answers. See the top 10 questions and more specifically see this post which addresses your question on bees and other pollinators.
Posted on June 11, 2016
While nearly all foods today have been genetically modified or altered in some way over thousands of years through selective breeding, there are only nine commercially available GMO crops in the U.S: soybeans, corn (field and sweet), canola, cotton, alfalfa, sugar beets, summer squash, papaya and potatoes.   GMO apples have also been approved to be grown and will be coming to market soon. The chart below explains why each of the nine GMO crops – which are commercially available... Read More