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  • Grain buyers offer contracts to grow non-GMO and organic grains in 2021 Mon, 08 Feb 2021 19:02:10 +0000
    The following companies are offering contracts to farmers to grow non-GMO and organic grains in 2021. Baird Seed Company Williamsfield, IL Phone: cell: 309-531-1937, office: 309-639-2249 Email: bairdseedcompany@gmail.com Contact: Curt Haynes Contracts offered: Multiple non-GMO soybean grain contracts available depending on the growers’ locations. Delivery points in Illinois, Indiana, and Iowa. Premiums ranging from $1.50 […]
  • The coming obsolescence of GMO seeds Mon, 08 Feb 2021 17:28:32 +0000
    For the $55 billion genetically modified seed industry, the news hasn’t been good lately. The great “successes” of Bt corn and cotton seeds are turning to failure as insects such as corn rootworms and cotton bollworms are developing resistance to the GMO crops. As a result, farmers have to spray more toxic insecticides to kill […]
  • Glyphosate and Roundup disturb gut microbiome and blood biochemistry at doses that regulators claim to be safe Mon, 08 Feb 2021 17:26:16 +0000
    New study reveals evidence for potential cancer-causing damage. By Claire Robinson Glyphosate and the glyphosate-based herbicide Roundup disrupt the gut microbiome by the same mechanism by which the chemical acts as a weedkiller, and these effects happen even at low doses that regulators claim to be safe, a newly published study has found.[1] The new study was […]
  • Quinn Snacks cultivates farmer-food brand relationships to advance regenerative agriculture Tue, 12 Jan 2021 17:05:03 +0000
    Snack maker connects with Nebraska farmers to source grains for products
  • Placing profits where they belong: Hybrid85’s non-GMO corn seed bolsters challenged farmers Tue, 12 Jan 2021 17:04:07 +0000
    The model isn’t working for most farmers: paying $200-$250 a bag for genetically modified seed corn, and receiving so little return that they’re struggling fiercely just to survive. In 2019, government support was expected to account for nearly one-third of net farm income (Successful Farmer, 11/8/19)—while profits of multinationals soared. When regenerative agriculture specialist Nate […]