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Genetically Improved Corn ‘Substantially Equivilant’ To Old School Crops?

In a meta-study of 23 separate research projects, University of Illinois professor Jimmy Clark found that animals raised on genetically improved corn were no different from those raised on the more traditional stuff. Despite constant activist predictions to the contrary, Clark said: “The ability of the animals to digest genetically modified feed did not appear to be different.”

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