[Ok-sus] What do you think of cloned beef?

Harlan Hentges harlan at organiclawyers.com
Thu Oct 30 15:38:40 UTC 2014

A professor at West Texas A&M University found a beef carcass of unusually
high quality (prime yield grade 1). Only .03 % of the beef population has
this quality. The carcass was cloned producing four fertile animals, one
male and three female. The goal is for the off-spring to become a new cattle
breed with very high quality carcasses.  Any thoughts regarding



Progressive Cattleman - West Texas A
iversity-project-clones-yg1-carcass> &M University project clones YG1


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