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Jun 25, 2013
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Monsanto: sudden appearance of GE wheat event ‘suspicious’

Following the discovery of genetically engineered wheat in Oregon last month, Monsanto has now tested 35,000 samples of wheat grown in the region and found no detectible presence of GE wheat or what the company calls the CP4 event in any of those samples....More
Jun 24, 2013
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Robert Fraley reflects on receiving 2013 World Food Prize -- Part 2

Robert Fraley, executive vice president and chief technology officer at Monsanto, talks with Farm Press Editor Forrest Laws about what the World Food Prize means to him and to others in his field of biotechnology....More
Jun 24, 2013
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Robert Fraley reflects on receiving 2013 World Food Prize -- Part 1

Robert Fraley, executive vice president and chief technology officer at Monsanto, talks with Farm Press Editor Forrest Laws about what the World Food Prize means to him and to others in his field of biotechnology....More
Nov 15, 2012
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Corn prices to rise again in 2013 (USDA Radio)

The U.S. corn market next year will revolve around very tight supplies and high prices. (Gary Crawford and Gerry Bange)...More
Nov 14, 2012
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Biofuels may benefit from old food processing tool

A technology used for decades in the food processing industry may hold promise in greater oilseed biofuel production efficiency. Rod Bain, Dan Long of Agricultural Research Service, Sean Connery...More
Nov 14, 2012
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Livestock research targeting disease causing bacteria (USDA Radio)

USDA researchers are developing a new way to kill disease causing bacteria in livestock. Rod Bain and David Donovan of USDA's Agricultural Research Service...More
Nov 14, 2012
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Agriculture exports may be even stronger in 2013 (USDA Radio)

This past year has been a pretty good agricultural export year and there may be a better year in the making right now. Gary Crawford. USDA economist, Steve MacDonald. USDA Chief Economist Joe Glauber....More
Nov 14, 2012
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Soybean market continues strong growth (USDA Radio)

U.S. soybean growers will enjoy a continued strong market situation in this new marketing year. (Gary Crawford and Gerry Bange)...More
Nov 14, 2012
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Ripe market situation for rice producers (USDA Radio)

Rice producers this season are defying the normal laws of economics, producing more and getting higher prices to boot. (Gary Crawford and Gerry Bange)...More
Nov 14, 2012
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Next marketing year may bring sticker shock for cotton industry (USDA Radio)

The next marketing year may hold some negative sticker shock for U.S. cotton producers. (Gary Crawford and Gerry Bange)...More
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