Saturday, December 10, 2016

Syngenta's Enogen corn amylase trait is the first genetically modified output trait in corn for the ethanol industry. The grain will be produced only by corn growers under contract with a licensed ethanol plant.

Did GIPSA's failure to keep records or conduct consistent audits of Eastern Livestock lead to serious financial devastation for many producers, truckers and livestock markets?

Trustees file complaint against Ohio Department of Agriculture to stop use of 12,000-gallon anhydrous tank; ODA counters suit has no legal standing.

Farmers have adopted gene-splicing packaging without looking for pest and weed resistance -- allowing the expression of potential "superweeds."

HARRISBURG, Pa. -- Pa. Gov. Tom Corbett announced Feb. 1 he intends to nominate George Greig, a farmer from Linesville, Crawford County, as state...

LANSING, Mich. -- The Michigan Department of Agriculture has confirmed the presence of brown marmorated stink bug, Halyomorpha halys, in Michigan. This is the...

Forget California! With their unique climate conditions, western New York growers could benefit from new regional broccoli varieties.

Purchasing agents on down to general consumer will benefit from new label that identifies biobased products.

Ethanol waiver expanded to include cars and trucks from 2001 through 2006.

Outgoing Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland's last official act in office advances construction of freshwater wind farm in Lake Erie.
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