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Clones of ‘highly productive’ cows born

Scientists at the Northwestern University of Agricultural and Forestry Science and Technology 西北农林科技大学 have successfully cloned cows that yield particularly high quantities of milk. The calves are growing up in the Ningxia Autonomous Region. According to the Global Times, this is the first successful cloning of highly productive cows in China. The animals are visually identical to their clone parents. The researchers expect them to give 18 tonnes of milk a year. An average German cow gives a good 8 tonnes of milk a year. fin

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