Beef Ambassador
Virginia H. Harris Progressive Farmer Associate Editor
Mon Nov 4, 2013 01:03 PM CST

Chandler Mulvaney was just 18 and working his first big farm show as a National Beef Ambassador. Having grown up around cattle, Mulvaney thought he was prepared to answer any question that might come his way. But when a middle-aged woman attending the Pennsylvania Farm Show walked up and asked if it was safe to feed her kids beef from cattle that had eaten GMO corn, he couldn't find the words.

Since that exchange, which took place about a year ago, Mulvaney is no longer at a loss for words when answering tough questions. Mulvaney now explains to consumers biotechnology ...

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