What freedom of choice means to Adrian McCabe

We understand everybody’s choice to
grow whatever they choose to do and the market they may choose to produce into. Interstate, as I grow canola interstate
as well, we’re able to live side by side with other growers who would like to
either not use chemicals or use certain chemicals and let every grower
produce what they think works in their production system or their marketing
system. Lifting the moratorium doesn’t
change any of that. We’re able to coexist. It’s been proven interstate and overseas
for years now that people side by side are able to have their own production
systems and produce grain and food as they choose and market it as they
choose. I’m not looking to impose my ethics on
anybody else but I want the choice to use science where it fits in on this property.

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