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ALL Indiana Corn Farmers May Be Eligible, EVEN Farmers Who Did Not Grow Syngenta Seed.

​​Indiana corn farmers have sustained massive losses as a result of the market-wide devaluation in corn prices due to a genetically engineered corn seed sold by Swiss-based company Syngenta, a world-leading agricultural business and company valued at $40 billion dollars. Syngenta released the genetically engineered corn trait, MIR162, into the U.S. market as early as 2009, and thereafter aggressively marketed and commercialized its use in the U.S. without prior import approval from foreign markets.

China, one of the world’s largest corn importers, rejected all corn shipments from the U.S. in late 2013 through 2014, due to its inability to segregate Syngenta corn from non-Syngenta corn, causing the U.S. corn industry to sustain billions of dollars in losses. 

​Three Points to Remember:

  1. Might be eligible even if you didn’t grow Syngenta seed - Because of Syngenta’s bad marketing tactics, China stopped purchasing corn from U.S. growers. As a result, this caused a massive oversupply of corn in the U.S. and resulted in an extreme price drop per bushel.
  2. You won’t lose a cent - We don’t collect any money from you upfront, and our attorneys only receive payment if we win back damages for you. You will have zero out-of-pocket expenses if you choose to participate in this case.
  3. It’s worth it for you to participate - Even low estimates are showing that American farmers lost anywhere between .11-.50 cents per bushel, and that the loss may have continued over the course of several years. It costs you nothing to participate, but you won’t recover the damages you are owed if you don’t sign up in advance. Even if you didn’t grow a Syngenta product, you may have suffered losses because of the oversupply and the drop in bushel price.

Syngenta prematurely marketed and introduced its Viptera seed to the U.S. market without securing approval from China.  In April 2012, Syngenta’s CEO stated, “There is an outstanding approval for China, which we expect to have, quite frankly, within the matter of a couple of days.”  However, import approval was not ultimately granted until December 2014.  Syngenta’s rush to sell its seed before approval cost America’s corn farmers billions of dollars.  You did NOT have to buy or plant the Syngenta seed to have a meritorious lawsuit.  You need only to have farmed corn in 2013 or 2014.  Call us for a free consultation or to learn more about upcoming town hall meeting dates, times and locations.

Wagner Reese, LLP is representing all
Indiana corn farmers, including those who did not use the Syngenta corn seed, to help them recover the ongoing financial damages caused by Syngenta’s premature marketing of unapproved genetically modified Syngenta corn seed. Farmers throughout the U.S. in at least 14 states have already begun filing lawsuits against Syngenta in state and federal courts. Federal Syngenta lawsuits have been consolidated into a centralized multidistrict litigation (MDL) in the District of Kansas, while state court lawsuits have been filed in Minnesota where Syngenta’s seed operations are headquartered in the U.S.

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Attention: Indiana Corn Farmers 

Syngenta Caused Billions in Losses on the Corn Industry

We Can Help You Recover Lost Income

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