Here's how they made it count

February 2012
California Farmer;Feb2012, Vol. 295 Issue 2, following p24
The article provides information on the selection of the Gardiner embryo transfer program by the animal scientists Bill Beal and Dave Notter of the Virginia Tech, a public land-grant university for the improvement of the Southern Carcass Improvement Project.


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