Organic farmer to sue over GM contamination

farmer_steven_marsh.jpg(ABCNEWS) An organic farmer in the Great Southern says he will sue the owner of a neighbouring farm, after being stripped of his organic certification because genetically modified canola was found on his property. Kojonup farmer Steven Marsh alleges the GM material blew in from a neighbouring property belonging to Michael Baxter. Mr Marsh says he will lose a significant amount of income without his organic certification. “Clearly I’m facing losses because I’ve lost my premiums on those crops and products I produce,” he said. “How long those seeds are going to be in that ground and viable now because they are just everywhere, we’ve got to ascertain.” He says he has been left with no option but to take legal action. read more

Sadly with the foreign Jewish founded Monsanto family mega corporation looming on the horizon, these matters never go to well for the organic farmers that don’t want to bend a knee to the same family company that used to buy and sell human slaves. Canadian organic canola farmer Percy Schmeiser and many others know Mr Marsh’s coming plight all to well.