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Rethink your grain game
by Nate Birt, Top Producer Managing Editor
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30 January 2018
On 30 January 2018 AgWeb reported:
Some producers grow organics and non-GMO crops because there's a local market for them. Others do so in the belief the supply chain of the future will demand it. Chief Executive Eric Jackson of Minneapolis-based Pipeline Foods thinks farmers should consider adding these crops for a far more practical reason: Producers will make more money in the long run, and they'll be better diversified, too. ... Pipeline Foods intends to help farmers transition 500,000 acres to organic row crops in the next three to five years.
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