US Corn Farmer Lawyer: GMO Seed Corn Causes China to Reject US Corn and Large Losses for Corn Farmers, Grain Operators, Corn Exporters, and Other Businesses by US GMO Seed Corn Lawyer Jason S. Coomer
In 2013 and 2014, GMO seed corn sold to US farmers caused China to reject all corn shipments from the U.S. and resulted in billions of dollars in losses to US farmers, grain operators, and corn exporters. Although the GMO corn allegedly accounted for a small percent of the US corn crop in 2013 and 2014, there was no way to keep it segregated from the corn produced across the United States. Thus, China refused to accept millions of bushels of US corn. This US corn ban caused a dramatic drop in the price of corn that affected hundreds of thousands of corn farmers across the country. Corn farmers throughout the nation including Michigan farmers, Indiana farmers, Illinois farmers, Iowa farmers, Kansas farmers, Nebraska farmers, Missouri farmers, Kentucky farmers, Texas farmers, Ohio farmers, Pennsylvania farmers, and Minnesota have begun filing suit against Syngenta for lost income that they suffered and the negative impact on the market caused by the company’s reckless marketing of genetically modified corn seed before ensuring its approval in foreign markets.
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US Corn Farmers, Grain Operators, and Corn Exporters are Filing Suits Against Syngenta for Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) Corn That Was Mixed into the US Corn Supply and Caused China to Reject All US Corn in 2013 and 2014 Resulting in Billions of Dollars in Losses to US Farmers, Grain Operators, Corn Exporters, and other Agriculteral Businesses
US Corn Farmer Lawyer, Jason Coomer, Commonly Works with Other US Corn Farmer Lawyers Throughout the United States and the World on Large Mass Tort Litigation
If your business has suffered significant losses from China's rejection of US corn and the resulting price drop of US corn, please feel free to contact US Corn Farmer Lawyer Jason Coomer, or use our online submission form.
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