Cute enough to eat.
Nothing to be afraid of here!
Pigmumpkins are forever
GMO insect is a vast improvement over its non-gmo counterpart
Play with your food! After all, Monsanto has been doing it for years.
How much paper does Amazon use? I’m stumped.
Pigplants share a secret at Monsanto Gardens
One pigtato, two pigtato, three pigtato, four….six in all so far.
The latest addition to its uber-race of GMOs–the Pigmato.
Genetically engineered to bring joy to the world.
Bumble Pig to the rescue!
Simply fill and pour! Everything except RoundUp-ready plants dies.
The one and only Pignome (Porcinagnoma gardensis)
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