/ June 10, 2016 /
These days the greater farm/food conversation is buzzing with words. Buzzwords and the ideas driving them are great for conversation, but on the farm conversation must translate to real work with real results. Sustainability is a great goal, but to sustain is to maintain, and maintenance is not our focus on the farm. Continuous improvement, i.e. leaving things better than we received them, is.
To do that we fill our farm toolbox with people, equipment, technology and science to give us options to use less of our natural resources and care for them, all the while raising a high quality crop for use far beyond the typical applications to food, fuel and fiber. AND, in doing all this, we must be financially responsible. Farming is our life choice, but it is also our business.
Visit: http://www.forbes.com/sites/gmoanswers/2016/06/10/how-gmos-fit-farm-toolbox/#275579854297 to read the full article.