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The Foodie Farmer: GMO versus NonGMO: The Cost of Production

Farmers grow what there is demand for, plain and simple. What markets are available in our region and the products they want from farmers. Economics 101. We don’t grow what we can’t sell. For us, there is greater demand for GMO derived feed and imgredients than there is for nonGMO feed and ingredients. Strange isn’t […]

I Occupy Our Food Supply Everyday | The Farmer’s Life

I’ve seen a lot of posts online about how corporations control farms or farmers are slaves to “Big Ag.” People claim that we are beholden to them and have to sign unfair contracts to be privileged enough to use their seed. They’ll also claim that the contracts rope us into buying other inputs like pesticides […]

I Occupy Our Food Supply Everyday | The Farmer’s Life

I’m the 4th generation to work this land.  I’ve seen a lot of posts online about how corporations control farms or farmers are slaves to “Big Ag.”  People claim that we are beholden to them and have to sign unfair contracts to be privileged enough to use their seed.  They’ll also claim that the contracts […]

What you need to know about Monsanto and GMO Food – Beyer Beware

What you need to know about Monsanto and GMO Food – Beyer Beware.

Kissed A Farmer: Decision 2013: Drought Resistant & GMO Cottonseed Varieties leading the polls

. Kissed A Farmer: Decision 2013: Drought Resistant & GMO Cottonseed Varieties leading the polls.

Do Farmers Have Choices? | Prairie CalifornianPrairie Californian

There seems to be a consensus going around that farmers have no choice when it comes to the seed they choose to plant. Or if they do have a choice, large corporations like Monsanto force it upon them. And if anybody tries to voice their opinion and let the farmer’s themselves speak upon their choices, […]

Farmer: “I’m Tired of Defending My Life’s Work” (Ha Ha Ha!)

Farmer: "I'm Tired of Defending My Life's Work" (Ha Ha Ha!).

Do Farmers Have Choices? | [ j. l. d. ]

Do Farmers Have Choices? | [ j. l. d. ] Photograph Blog.

Confessions of a Farm Wife: Sticks and Stones May Break My Bones, But Will GMOs Really Hurt Me?

Confessions of a Farm Wife: Sticks and Stones May Break My Bones, But Will GMOs Really Hurt Me?.

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