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Male chromosome hinders female cattle reproduction
Hruska U.S. Meat Animal Research Center (US- MARC) in Clay Center, NE, scientists are developing genetic markers for economically important traits, such as reproductive ability, which can be used by producers to select efficient animals. They have also found extraordinary answers as to why some cows are not reproducing.
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