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Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are important to modern agriculture, but they’re often misunderstood. Hear why Katie, a fourth-generation farmer, and her family grow GMOs.
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The anti GMOers need more facts . Science based applicable facts. GMO are not an issue. They’re an answer to issues.

New Mexico Agriculture would be much better off not taking a side for GMO’s. And take it into Soybeans, GM #2 Corn, and monoculture crops?

Please don't grow GMO's...

[cue the hysterics]

RR soy has PUFA in it

If we don’t get GMOs we will never be able to have pink chile.

This is old but still a very good source of information.

Bio Engineered...GMO's = Approved Food Groups will be Crickets and other Bugs. Surprised we have a NMA because of all the Geo-Engineering of Weather and Chemtrails. Poisons like baron being sprayed on crops and cities but no one says nothing! Ms. Peterson speaking at the UN Conference of Agriculture once stated, "They need to back off Chemtrails, it's already killing the trees." They modify weather, food and life. Whoever supports this World Economic Forum Global Elites will one day fall to TREASON.

I knew Kansas ag has been deeply involved in gmo crops...NM ag too huh? Please, stop. We don't want the Frankenfoods, or what the corresponding poisons are doing to our health and the soil.

No, don't 🥺

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What does agriculture look like in New Mexico?

New Mexico is home to nearly 24,000 farms,

95 percent of which are owned by families!

Feeding the economy

Agriculture represents well over $3 billion dollars in revenue to New Mexico each year.


Agriculture producers help conserve and care for public lands, including watershed restoration, wildlife habitat improvements, and rangeland management.