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What does BWG stand for?

Biotechnology Working Group (various organizations)


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Samples in periodicals archive:
As the need for food, feed, fuel and fiber increases, getting more from every acre of corn I plant is more important than ever," said Bob Timmons, a member of the National Corn Growers Association Biotechnology Working Group and a farmer from Fredonia, KS.
farmers are adopting biotechnology because they recognize the safety, benefits and potential of biotechnology," said Darrin Ihnen, a South Dakota farmer who serves as Chairman of NCGA's Biotechnology Working Group.
Equally disturbing, according to Consumers Union, the Union of Concerned Scientists, the National Farmers Union, the Humane Society of the United States, and the Biotechnology Working Group, is that the Food and Drug Administration will not require that rBGH-tainted foods be labelled.
and chairman of the NCGA Biotechnology Working Group.
He was also head of the State Department Delegation to the Ad Hoc Biotechnology Working Group of the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development in Paris, France.
Participating in the mission along with Tolman and Yoder were: Lee Klein, NCGA president and farmer from Battle Creek, Neb; Leon Corzine, NCGA Biotechnology Working Group member and farmer from Assumption, Ill; David McGuire, USGC director of trade relations and global strategies; and Ellen Dougherty, USGC director of communications.
; Fred Yoder, NCGA Biotechnology Working Group chairman and Plain City, Ohio farmer; Leon Corzine, NCGA Biotechnology Working Group member and farmer from Assumption, Ill.
; Fred Yoder, NCGA Biotechnology Working Group chairman and Plain City, Ohio farmer; Leon Corzine, NCGA Biotechnology Working Group member and farmer from Assumption, Ill.

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