EU - Farmers face animal feed shortage

Farmers face an imminent shortage of animal feed because a handful of countries are blocking the approval of genetically modified crops, the European Union’s farm chief warned on Monday.
Wednesday 9 September 2009 (9 years 17 days ago)
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Farmers face an imminent shortage of animal feed because a handful of countries are blocking the approval of genetically modified crops, the European Union’s farm chief warned on Monday.

Mariann Fischer Boel, the agriculture commissioner, told agriculture ministers that breaking a logjam of GMO applications would throw a lifeline to dairy and pig farmers who face high prices for non-GM feed.

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