3/9/2010Liberty Link, an experimental biotech rice being developed by Bayer CropScience but not yet approved for human consumption, will cost the company almost $2 Million.
When traces of the rice were found on U.S. grain bins bound for export overseas, 2006 grain prices dropped sharply. One Missouri farmer was awarded almost $2 Million in a verdict handed down from a federal jury in St. Louis and another was awarded $53,000.00 to compensate for their lost income in overseas sales of their crop.
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