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Rhonda Steiger And GMOs At MonDak Ag Days


Rhonda Steiger, who attended the University of Wyoming and got her degree in Agriculture, will be discussing the importance GMOs at the MonDak Ag Days and Trade Show on March 3 at 1 p.m.

Steiger grew up on a farm in South Central Montana and her favorite times of the year include beet harvest and calving season. She currently lives in Clark Fork Valley with her husband, Cliff, and their two children. They grow sugarbeets, malt barley, cattle, corn and alfalfa. They also have a few pigs that they market directly to individuals and restaurants.

Rhonda Steiger is very honored to represent MT sugar beet growers through the American Sugarbeet Grower Association’s and Women Defending Biotechnology program. “Today’s farmers are faced with the challenge of producing more food for a growing population while having access to fewer resources. Biotechnology helps us do this. GMO crops are safe and good for the environment,” said Steiger.

Check out Rhonda Steiger’s presentation on the importance and value of GMOs in agriculture at the MonDak Ag Days and Trade show Thurs., March 3 at 1 p.m.


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