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Preparing cloning for market

Ranchers are getting set, but are consumers ready?

By Diedtra Henderson
Globe Staff / January 26, 2007

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ELIZABETHTOWN, Pa. -- Nestled in the picturesque countryside, two subzero coolers on a farm owned by Cyagra Inc. keep a hope of livestock cloning alive. The tanks hold genetic material for a virtual Noah's ark of cattle species as their optimistic owners wait for consumers to embrace the idea of consuming meat and milk from the offspring of clones. (Full article: 967 words)

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