An attorney says the $256 Million-dollar verdict for a
Missouri peach farmer in last week’s dicamba trial will set precedent for future
Don Downing is leading the attorney groups who worked with the Bader trial team, “We believe the result is just a strong indictment of the defendants’ conduct in commercializing a crop system that they knew would harm innocent farmers and others. And, we believe it’s also an invitation to the many thousands of farmers and others out there who have been harmed by the defendants’ conduct to seek fair compensation through our justice system.”
Bayer/Monsanto and BASF, makers of the dicamba products, say
they will appeal the verdict.