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Genetic link to health traits
A groundbreaking study at Colorado State University (CSU) may lead to early identification of animals with less susceptibility to feedlot diseases, especially bovine respiratory disease (BRD).
"This landmark research is providing us with greater insight into the genetic markers responsible for improved feedlot health, a promising significant breakthrough for the beef industry," says Dr. Nigel Evans, vice president of Pfizer Animal Genetics.
The study is the first of its kind and is...
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