Beef and dairy producers want the animals in their herds to possess the best genetics possible, but a cow can have only one calf per year, which places a natural limitation on how widely the desirable genetics can be transmitted to the next generation.
That’s where a technique known as bovine embryo transfer comes in. It’s a growing practice among producers that, in the past, required veterinarians to perform surgery but now can be completed with a much less invasive proce
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