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Be Aware of Biotech Biases
Philip Shaw DTN Columnist
Fri Nov 30, 2012 02:03 PM CST

Everybody should have a filter. I know I have one. I measure every word I write and every word I speak when I talk in public. It isn't something that is natural for me. It came with age and maturity. So when I look at this world now, I question many things. Finding the right balance between what seems right and what seems wrong can be elusive. Life is one big gray area and agriculture is too.

I say that honestly, and I am always looking to balance the many decisions I make on my own farm. Over a period ...

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