The perfect milk machine: How big data transformed the dairy industry

| May 7, 2012
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Dairy scientists are the Gregor Mendels of the genomics age, developing new methods for understanding the link between genes and living things, all while quadrupling the average cow’s milk production since your parents were born.

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