April 2009
Irish Farmers Monthly;Apr2009, p13
Trade Publication
The article reports that non genetically modified (GM) ingredients are difficult and costly to secure by European Union (EU) livestock feed manufacturers. It is said that the acreage of GM crops increased by 9% to top 125 million hectares. It sis aso stated that GM use has increased in Argentina and Brazil.


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