DNA: an arriving tool for beef cattle

May 4, 2012
“It takes so much time to develop a herd of cattle—a lifetime, honestly— that’s designed to be feed-efficient or have high reproduction,” says Cody Jorgensen of Jorgensen Land and Cattle, Ideal, SD. “The more knowledge you have about DNA to help you make the right decision, the better.

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