AUSTRALIA: GM cows offer 'healthier' milk, potential for medicine milk
The possibility of commercially producing genetically modified drinking milk in Australia has come a step closer with the birth of Holly, Molly, Jolly and Lolly, Holstein calves given an extra gene so that their milk contains extra protein. The calves were cloned from a top-quality cow and born to three different mothers implanted with the embryos. Advocates of the technology claim it allows milk to contain a higher proportion of its health-giving properties.
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