As one of the top meat-eating nations in the world, there’s just as much debate around where we get our meat, milk and eggs — and just as much confusion. Is grass-fed the same as pasture-raised? What about cage- and hormone-free? There are valid questions to explore here. But when it comes to crops grown with GMO Farming methods that feed animals, the questions are pretty simple: Are animals raised on this feed healthy, and is the food they produce safe?
The answer here is just as clear and the research just as compelling: Yes on both counts.
How do we know? From studying more than 100 billion livestock to find out if eating crops grown using GMO Farming has any negative impacts on health. After nearly 30 years of observation, researchers could not find a single instance.19https://www.animalsciencepublications.org/publications/jas/pdfs/92/10/4255
Today, more than 95 percent of all farm animals, on all kinds of farms, eat this feed.20https://www.animalsciencepublications.org/publications/jas/pdfs/92/10/4255 And despite what some pretty good marketing would have you believe, you’ll gain no food safety or nutritional benefits from avoiding their meat, eggs or dairy.21https://www.animalsciencepublications.org/publications/jas/pdfs/92/10/4255