Ag groups support commercialized biotech wheat

Ag groups support commercialized biotech wheat

Sixteen organizations of producers and millers in the U.S., Australia, and Canada have pledged support for the future commercialization of biotechnology in wheat. The U.S. groups include the National Association of Wheat Growers, North American Millers' Association, plus the allied associations American Farm Bureau Federation and National Farmers Union.  

Sixteen organizations of producers and millers in the U.S., Australia, and Canada have pledged support for the future commercialization of biotechnology in wheat.

The statement from the groups includes shared commitments for the responsible advancement of biotech traits and other breeding advancements in wheat.

The shared statement comes five years after an original document was signed.

The new pledge includes farm organizations, including the American Farm Bureau Fede

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