Thursday, July 16, 2015

Non-regulated biotechnologies, genomic selection and other spin



SO FAR, NOT SO GOOD

The Government announced today (July 14) that it will spend $7.3 million on researching and trialing pasture grasses, using "non-regulated biotechnologies, including genomic selection.".

That's just how the swedes that last year killed hundreds of Southland dairy cows were developed; using "non-regulated biotechnologies, including genomic selection".

They don't know when to stop, do they?

Such methods are just a sliver away from genetic engineering and are completely unnecessary, as well as being dangerous, as the recent cow-poisonings show.

We should learn from our mistakes, not repeat them under pressure from people who seek to make money from our gullibility.

Robert Guyton

Riverton

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