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As food companies demand sustainability from suppliers, where will GMOs fit in?

Sara Wyant | 
...Increasingly, major food companies are raising the bar over what they consider to be “sustainable” agricultural practices around the globe ...

By engaging with public, farmers can combat myths about GMOs, conventional farming

Seymour Klierly | 
To be frank, production agriculture does not do a good job of communicating to consumers. . . . This lack ...

GM oilseed turns poor quality farmland into rich source of industrial biofuel

Jennifer Tidball | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion, and analysis. A Kansas State University ...

Farmers need better communication with public on GMO issues

Doug Rich | 
Farmers and ranchers are honest men and women who have been known to seal a deal just with a handshake ...

Research shows success with targeted gene editing in dairy cattle

The first published research on the groundbreaking use of a modified gene-editing system to produce horn-free dairy cattle was released ...

Wheat trading partners react to GM wheat announcement

Jennifer Latzke | 
The following is an excerpt. On May 29, the U.S. Department of Agriculture Plant and Health Inspection Service announced preliminary ...
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