Dairy producers gain access to new genetic testing services

Canada’s dairy producers have long recognized the benefits of identifying desired genetic traits in their herds. Now, with the creation of a new alliance, producers will have greater access to genetic testing services that will provide clear, uniform information regarding the genetic potential of their cattle and provide insight on how to apply the data to make more informed herd management decisions.

View the original article here: Alliance gives dairy producers access to new genetic testing services – Atlantic Farm Focus

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