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Open the first Sunday of July to the first Sunday of October​

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Saturday | 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

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16727 Airport Road

Clinton, IL 61727

8 Miles East of Clinton off of Route 10

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Phone: (217) 898-0706

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  • Mariah Dale-Anderson

GMO vs Hybrid: What's the Difference?

Do you ever hear the terms GMO, hybrid, or open pollinated and wonder what the heck does it all mean? On this week's From the Field, Greg breaks it all down in a minute and a half!

Do you ever hear the terms GMO, hybrid, or open pollinated and wonder what the heck does it all mean? On this week's From the Field, Greg breaks it all down in a minute and a half!


We also get asked if our tomatoes are GMO. The answer is no, because they're not actually approved to grow in the U.S. The list below identifies the 10 GMO crops grown in the U.S. and their uses. Many of these crops are used as processed ingredients, like sugar or cornstarch, in food products you may find in your local grocery store.

We hope that you learned something new from this week's blog. Be sure to share it with your friends and family who have interest in learning more about where their food comes from. If you have questions about our farm or about this topic, be sure to Ask Us.


Your Farmers,

Greg & Mariah Anderson