Brian Hodges is Midwest Laboratories Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) expert. In this video, Brian discusses a question he receives often. What is a (GMO) analysis?
For centuries, farmers have cultivated crops for desirable traits.
Genetic engineering presents a quicker and more precise way to accomplish the same goal. Genetically Modified (GM) crops contribute to improved yields, improved nutritional value, more significant shelf life, and resistance to insects, drought or frost.
Need additional information on Genetically Modified Organisms or a specific GMO analysis? Please call Midwest Labs Account Manager, Sarah Currie: (402) 590 – 2977 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Looking for information on Genetically Modified Organisms in Pet Food? View Midwest Laboratories White Paper – GMO’s in Pet Food https://midwestlabs.com/resource/gmos-pet-food/
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