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Traditional Farmer

01-14-2014 15:17:47
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Cheerios are now going to be made with Non GMO grain look for more things to follow.Consumer demand will eventually be the Trump Card as always. The handwriting is on the wall but don't expect the ones closest to it to be able to read it.




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2 Old 2 Care

01-15-2014 06:10:50
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 Re: Organic! in reply to Traditional Farmer, 01-14-2014 15:17:47  
Yep...Handwriting is on the wall ok...And it says:

Some people are gullible enough to believe "organic" is somehow safer than GMO... and those same people are generally less educated in the subject they feel as if they're experts.

Got to give the organic scammers credit where credit is due though. They've taken their lessons from all the con men that preceded them by taking something of lesser value, and selling it for a higher price.

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wgm

01-14-2014 17:02:08
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 Re: Organic! in reply to Traditional Farmer, 01-14-2014 15:17:47  
This should be easy to do since there is no such thing as gmo oats.
http://www.treehugger.com/sustainable-agriculture/modern-farmer-explains-why-there-are-no-gmo-oats.html



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jm.

01-14-2014 16:20:48
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 Re: Organic! in reply to Traditional Farmer, 01-14-2014 15:17:47  
Keep dreaming America would starve in two months without GMO.. If in fact anything the worm is turning more the other way toward overall acceptance and just a very SMALL group of tree huggers who can,t get it.



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oldtanker

01-14-2014 16:42:09
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 Re: Organic! in reply to jm., 01-14-2014 16:20:48  
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Long before GMO the federal government was buying surplus grains every years and destroying them by the thousands od tons. So that statement isn't anywhere near the truth.
Rick



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rrlund

01-14-2014 16:48:41
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 Re: Organic! in reply to oldtanker, 01-14-2014 16:42:09  
We weren't producing the ethanol back then that we produce now.
Anybody who wants to talk about how "natural" things were on Earth for hundreds of millions of years isn't considering the 7 billion people on the planet now who weren't here then either.
If somebody wants to come up with a way to get rid of about 6,999,900,000 of them,we can probably feed the remaining hundred thousand "naturally" for a few years. Any volunteers to be the first to go?

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bison

01-14-2014 20:06:37
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 Re: Organic! in reply to rrlund, 01-14-2014 16:48:41  
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Feeding the bloating world population obviously can not be done with organic farming but that is not the point.

The question was how to go about starting a organic farm.



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jon f mn

01-14-2014 19:08:12
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 Re: Organic! in reply to rrlund, 01-14-2014 16:48:41  
This is my argument word for word. LOL. Those who want to go back should be the first to volunteer to go without when the shortage comes.



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RodInNS

01-14-2014 15:23:44
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 Re: Organic! in reply to Traditional Farmer, 01-14-2014 15:17:47  
I'd love to see the audit trail on that one. LOL

Rod



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