Listen to Jeffrey Smith speak at the Connecticut chapter of the Northeast Organic Farming Association.Listen to Jeffrey Smith at the CT NOFA
A Danish farming newspaper has caused quite a stir by devoting a sizeable part of its 13 April edition to the discoveries by pig farmer lb Borup Pedersen that GM soy has a damaging effect both on his animals and on his farming profitability. On the front page of the paper there was a lead story under the headline “Pig farmer reaps gains from GMO-free soy”. On a sidebar the paper referred to Mr Pedersen’s contention that DDT and Thalidomide were minor problems when set alongside GMOs and Glyphosate. In an Editorial Comment on page 2, the paper argued that it would be grossly irresponsible for the authorities to ignore or ridicule the discoveries made by the farmer in his pig farming operations, and it congratulated the authorities for commissioning a new study designed to determine whether stomach lesions and other effects might be associated with GM soy; in the study 100 animals will be fed with non-GM soy and 100 with GM soy in their diets.
Not sure your child should eat those corn chips? You’ll want to think twice if they’re produced from GMO corn.
In fact, you’ll probably think twice about most of the common foods our children put in their mouths once you see our upcoming film on GMO health risks and their impact on our most precious resource, our children-”told from the perspective of healthcare practitioners. And we need your help to make this film a reality. Donate Here!