An Iowa-based research organization — heavily supported by Big Ag interests —published a new report Thursday highlighting problems related to the international approval of genetically engineered crops, or GMOs.
The Senate Judiciary Committee met Tuesday morning to question corporate executives, industry representatives and antitrust experts on how widespread consolidation would likely affect U.S. agriculture.
Migrant farmworkers often face dehydration and pesticide exposure in the field, but their plight doesn’t end there. A new investigation takes a look inside the “camps” that house migrant farmworkers while also revealing the Big Ag connections.
ByEliván Martínez Mercado | Center for Investigative Journalism |
Millionaire enterprises including Monsanto, Pioneer Hi Bred and nine other multinational producers of transgenic and hybrid seeds benefited from over $519.7 million in Puerto Rican public funds throughout the last 10 fiscal years