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A Sheep Named Dolly - A Look at the First Cloned Animal Twenty Years Later!

On July 5, 1996, scientists at Scotland’s Roslin Institute announced that they had successfully cloned the first …

American Farm Bureau Federation: Price Tag on July 4th Picnic Holds Steady

“Americans will be paying a bit more for their Fourth of July barbecues this year, …

Once Again Greenpeace is in the Hotseat!

Do you remember in 2013 when a large group of angry farmers attacked and destroyed a …

How GMOs Fit Into the Farm Toolbox

GMOs are a valuable tool on the farm, but they’re not the only one. In …

Scientists Prove Agriculture Has Existed for 25 Million Years!

…But the earliest evidence doesn’t come from humans. A team of researchers from James Cook University and …

The View from the States By Gene Harrington, BIO Director of State Government Affairs, Food & Agricu...

Earlier this year, Inside the Beltway publications, other news outlets and activists wrote about the …

Bzzz Bzzz: It's National #PollinatorWeek!

Nine years ago the U.S. Senate designated a week in June to recognize and address the urgent …

The Search for Meaningful Work in Biotechnology

The time to begin your search for a rewarding employment position is the day you …

How GMOS Can Help Us Do More With Less

Doing more with less is the challenge of our age, and GMOs help to address …

Celebrating the Past, Present, and Future of Ag Biotech at the BIO 2016 Conference

In the years since biotech crops were first commercially planted in 1996, farmers worldwide have …