Stoll Berne investigating genetically modified wheat claims in Eastern Oregon

June 10, 2013 by

Scanning of transferring files.STOLL BERNE is investigating claims that Northwest wheat farmers may have as a result of the discovery of genetically modified wheat that may have contaminated a wheat farm in Eastern Oregon.

This contamination has led to a fall in prices for soft winter white wheat. There have already been at least two cases filed against Monsanto Corporation arising from the contamination and affected wheat prices.

Stoll Berne is investigating claims that could be brought by wheat farmers in Oregon, Washington, Idaho and throughout the Northwest. If you have any questions please call Josh Ross.

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