If You Want To Be A Cricket Farmer, You Better Have A Good Lawyer (GOOD)

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Ever since the Supreme Court ruled in 1980’s Diamond v. Chakrabarty that you could patent living things (in that case, a modified bacterium that could help in oil-spill cleanup), patents have played an increasingly large and contentious role in farming.

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