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Genetically modified crops generally take 13 years and $130 million for development, research, and regulatory approval.

GMO Crop Research, Development, and Regulatory Approval - The Farmer's Daughter USA

Farm Mom - A dedication to a very special person on the farm.

Farm Mom - A dedication to a very special person on the farm.

Does the EPA have regulatory authority to decide local land issues under the Clean Water Act? It certainly thinks so...

Does the EPA have regulatory authority to decide local land issues under the Clean Water Act? It certainly thinks so.

Yes, Sanderson Farms feeds its chickens genetically modified feed….and the company isn’t afraid for consumers to know that!

Yes, Sanderson Farms feeds its chickens genetically modified feed….and the company isn’t afraid for consumers to know that!

Why I grow GE crops

Why I Grow GE Crops

There is no difference between canola oil made from GMO canola and canola oil made from non-GMO canola oil. Even a scientist in a lab cannot tell the difference - it is exactly the same!

There is no difference between canola oil made from GMO canola and canola oil made from non-GMO canola oil. Even a scientist in a lab cannot tell the difference - it is exactly the same!

We grow GMO corn. Yes, that’s right – corn that has been genetically modified. That stuff that so many activist groups and people claim is so bad and so dangerous and making everyone sick. We grow that stuff. All of our corn has two genetically engineered traits. The first one makes it resistant to the …

We grow GMO corn. Yes, that’s right – corn that has been genetically modified. That stuff that so many activist groups and people claim is so bad and so dangerous and making everyone sick. We grow that stuff. All of our corn has two genetically engineered traits. The first one makes it resistant to the …

Just Ignore Those 2,000+ Studies Showing GMOs are Safe! - The Farmer's Daughter USA

Just Ignore Those 2,000+ Studies Showing GMOs are Safe! - The Farmer's Daughter USA

This week I was lucky enough to join Julie Gunlock from the Independent Women’s Forum for a discussion about how food marketing and the culture of alarmism have intersected. We had a great discussion about everything from Food Babe to EWG’s Dirty Dozen list. You can check out the podcast here: The podcast comes ahead of a …

A discussion about how food marketing and the culture of alarmism have intersected.

Sonoma County has voted to make it unlawful to propagate, cultivate, raise, or grow genetically modified crops....and hurt family farmers.

Sonoma County has voted to make it unlawful to propagate, cultivate, raise, or grow genetically modified crops.and hurt family farmers.

When it comes to regulating genetically engineered crops (“GMO”), the conversation can get a little daunting. Who, exactly, should have regulatory authority?  Traditionally, the federal government has handled regulations of biotech crops through the USDA, EPA, and FDA. This has worked well because the federal government has more resources to review relevant scientific data …

Seed Preemption Laws Protect Farmers from Activist Campaigns - The Farmer's Daughter USA

That's pretty big!

According to the University of Illinois Extension, pumpkins range in weight from less than a pound to over pounds. But the largest pumpkin ever grown weighed pounds!

Yum!

Turkey Production in 2015 - The Farmer's Daughter USA

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