NMSU researchers in Corona study impact of amino acid on calves in utero
Researchers at New Mexico State Universitys (NMSU) Corona Range and Livestock Research Center are giving pregnant cattle a little something extra in their feed. They hope feeding small amounts of the amino acid arginine will increase the longevity of the offspring in harsh country and potentially improve carcass quality of calves.
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