Patent dispute pits farmer against corporate giant Monsanto
Hugh Bowman's unusual planting methods for his Indiana farm landed him in trouble with the world's largest seed producer, and it appears the Supreme Court may not see things his way either.
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#1 Feb 20, 2013
It's a sad day for America when a "salt of the earth" farmer can be bullied and beaten in what is supposed to be our highest court in the land!! Disgusted beyond belief in this sad, corrupt country!!
#2 Feb 21, 2013
If Monsanto has any recourse, it should be with the commodity seed seller, not the farmer.
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