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Minnesota soybean farmers remain frustrated with Brazil
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Ron Jacobson farms 250 acres of soybeans in south-central Minnesota.  He says Brazilian farmers who illegally grow GMO soybeans have an unfair market advantage.  That's because they don't have to pay the costly technology fee imposed on U.S. producers. (MPR Photo/Erin Galbally)

Ron Jacobson farms 250 acres of soybeans in south-central Minnesota. He says Brazilian farmers who illegally grow GMO soybeans have an unfair market advantage. That's because they don't have to pay the costly technology fee imposed on U.S. producers.

(MPR Photo/Erin Galbally)
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