Friday, May 9, 2014

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  1. Yeah for the consumers in Europe. I am a vegetable farmer (semi-retired) and now grow produce only to give to those in need. I charge nothing for this service. I feel these corporations are destroying the worlds food supply. In order to do this there must be someone who is buying the seed in order to grow the GM crops. The farmers in this country are compliment in this whole scheme. Maybe I'm missing something, but why is no one putting the farmers feet to the fire in this country over this whole issue. There would be no GM issues if no one buys the seed and plants it for production. Monsanto and others are getting fat rich off the sales, so again why are we not protesting the farms (farmers)who make the whole thing possible. I say target these producers with protests and exposure to the country so we all know who is endangering our entire food chain.

  2. Thank you for what you do. And I agree with you. Farmers who grow this should be boycotted.

  3. My thanks to you J Moore for your compliment and what you do as well. Does anyone think we should start a data base of farmers who grow GM food products? After all if they are proud of what they are doing to our food chain and the future health of our children, why not help them be known for it. The consumers of this country (and the world) are intitled to know what they are eating and those responsible for growing it.


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