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US soybean and corn farmers fear plant-based burgers and glyphosate lawsuits signal uncertain future

AgriPulse | 
I’m flat busted. My Missouri corn and soybean farm is bankrupt, financially incompetent, a lousy credit risk, upside down--you pick ...
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Viewpoint: Regulating CRISPR gene-edited livestock as ‘drugs’ hinders innovative research in US

High Plains Journal | 
In one of the final actions of the outgoing Barack Obama administration, the Food and Drug Administration announced it would ...
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CRISPR opens the door on crop research by smaller companies and universities

National Review | 
CRISPR, a new gene-editing technique, offers an end run around the cost associated with traditional genetic engineering, allowing smaller companies ...
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10 years after Michael Pollan’s ‘Omnivore’s Dilemma’ unleashed ‘anti-GMO paranoia,’ science innovation continues

National Review | 
Penguin Books is releasing a special tenth-anniversary edition of The Omnivore’s Dilemma, by Michael Pollan, with a new foreword by ...

How can GMO labels compromise farmer needs with consumer wants?

Weekly Standard | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Even if consumers shrug ...

Food movement glorifies organic food but disdains average farmers

Weekly Standard | 
I'm a dodo bird. Or maybe a passenger pigeon. As a corn and soybean farmer, a chemical spraying, fertilizer spreading, ...
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Farmer asks, Why are scientists sitting on the sidelines in the GMO debate?

American | 
It's perhaps too easy to laugh off the whole GMO issue: the opponents so over the top, the proponents, including ...
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