Amanda Zaluckyj

U.S. Soybean Farmer

Amanda is from Southwest Michigan where her family farms 2,000 acres of corn and soybeans. For 26 years, Amanda and her family ran and supplied a roadside market selling their own fresh fruits and vegetables. After graduating college, Amanda attended law school at Michigan State University College of Law and is now a practicing lawyer. She also “ag-vocates” at her blog about issues facing modern agriculture.

Family farms

How GMO Crops Help Farmers And The Environment

Amanda ZaluckyjJun 20, 2017

Our family farm grows corn and soybeans in Southwest Michigan. Since their introduction about 20 years ago, we have adopted genetically engineered traits that benefit…