We do not have an official stance on biotechnology. However, we do promote improving the genetics of farm animals through selective breeding, crossbreeding where appropriate and, in a few rare cases, through embryo transfer. We are not opposed to all forms of biotechnology but we are cautious about using genetic engineering.
On the other hand, we do have a policy on agroecology. The policy calls for us to use farm animals and training to preserve and enhance indigenous knowledge and cultures, and safeguard biodiversity.