JAMES WOLF

MN Farmer Accused of $46 Million Organic Crops Fraud

COTTONWOOD CO., Minn. (AP) — A Minnesota farmer is accused of making $46 million by passing off chemically treated corn and soybeans as organically grown. James Wolf was charged July 7 in federal court with felony wire fraud. Prosecutors say Wolf falsely labeled crops grown on his rural Cottonwood County farm as organic and that he defrauded grain buyers and…