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How will gene editing impact agriculture? Experts offer 10 predictions

Successful Farming | 
In the U.S., it’s full speed ahead for gene editing in animal agriculture. In August, the biotech company Recombinetics, based in ...
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Gene-edited pigs could eliminate need for castration

Successful Farming | 
Castrating pigs is not a favorite chore for pork producers, but it’s necessary for meat quality and barn management. Now, ...
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Gene editing could create healthier, more sustainable livestock

Agriculture.com | 
Gene editing, led by the discovery of CRISPR-Cas, promises widespread, accelerated, and targeted discoveries. ... Gene editing could eventually provide a ...