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Group: Non-GMO Feed to Farmer
This project was developed at the 6th Annual Stinner Summit. The project title, support and objectives are:
Non-GMO Feed to Farmer ($3,150)
• Testing and evaluating models of alternative livestock diets and increasing public awareness of GMO contamination.
• Problem: How to provide consumers milk and meat from livestock who do not consume GMO feed given that livestock producers depend on corn, which is extremely vulnerable to GMO contamination.
• Idea: Explore alternative livestock diets using crops not threatened by GMO contamination: barley, sorghum, triticale.
• Ask: Funds to purchase alternative grain seed for cooperating farmers.
• Deliverables: Evaluation of producer profit, animal welfare, and contract efficacy. Educational outreach to inform, distribute model and provide technical assistance for adopters.
Michelle Ajamian ...
Aug 28, 1:44pm
Shagbark Seed & Mill, a regional scale certified organic seed and flour mill famous for using only Ohio Grown, chemical free, or certified organic crops, is in the running for a $10,000 prize from Martha Stewart's American Made contest....
Jul 31, 1:21pm
Save the date! Join OSU's Agroecosystem Management Program and Organic Valley on September 24th for an oilseed pressing workshop at Mellinger Farm, including a demonstration of Organic Valley's mobile seed press. We will cold-press...
Casey W. Hoy
Jul 11, 7:02am
Thought you'd be interested in the following: AGRICULTURE: A Record 90% of U.S. Corn Crop Genetically Engineered -- USDA -- Greenwire Source: Greenwire (10 Jul 2013) Author: Amanda Peterka "U.S. farmers planted a...
Nov 19, 3:09pm
Non-GMO Feed to Farmer Members, Last week, you should have received an invitation to a workspace for this project which will provide file sharing, task management and mapping capabilities. The link in the email should provide you access or go to...
Casey W. Hoy
Nov 19, 2:40pm
Hi all, I'm gently nudging the conversation about getting together back to the localfoodsystems.org group (just click the link in the message, check to see that you're logged in, and you're ready to reply), only because it will be seen...