Farmer Conducts Experiment Using GMO and Non-GMO Corn, Discovers Sobering Truth
Farmer Conducts Experiment Using GMO and Non-GMO Corn, Discovers Sobering Truth by Nick Meyer via Alt-Market
The genetically engineered food experiment began in the mid-1990s and continues unabated to this day, with Bayer recently taking over Monsanto and pumping billions of dollars into its new American GMO division.
But while the GMO food experiment has been highly profitable for the lab technicians who created it, as well as the toxic, synthetic pesticide industry, the question of what it’s doing to our bodies, specifically our internal organs, remains etched in the minds of independent researchers who have studied the crops extensively (GMOs do not undergo safety testing past 90 days and many studies are funded by the industry).
While critics continue to point out the dozens and dozens of studies showing GMOs and Roundup are capable of causing extensive harm, others are busy conducting experiments of their own to show how obvious the problem really is, according to the some members of the animal kingdom at least.
Farmer Finds Animals Won’t Touch GMO Corn
Recently the Institute for Responsible Technology, a research organization dedicated to educating on the oft-overlooked dangers of genetically engineered crops, posted the results of a farmer’s experiment on their Facebook page.
The farmer, a friend of IRT founder and best-selling author Jeffrey M. Smith, left two bags of corn, one GMO and one non-GMO, in a work room.
The mice broke into both bags, but quickly stopped eating after taking a few bites of the GMO corn.
“They just took a nibble from one of the kernels of this and never came back to eat it,” Smith said. “They devoured the non-GMO corn.”
According to Smith, many different animals including squirrels, geese, elk, deer, raccoons, mice, rats, buffalo and chickens have all been observed avoiding GMO corn in the past.
It’s a trend that Bayer, Monsanto and the GMO industry have done their best to avoid discussing, but many farmers, including Iowa pig farmer Jerry Rosman, have noticed that animals forced to eat GMO corn and soy have suffered abnormalities, including serious reproductive issues.
“What is it about this corn that would make them not want to eat it?” Smith asks in a video posted to the IRT’s Facebook page.