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At the 2021 Buckeye Shepherd's Symposium, speakers focused on genetics and reproduction. The Ohio Sheep Improvement Association also presented its 2021 awards.

In an industry where 75% Choice is barely average, cattle need to start with genetics that can reach higher grades than yesterday.

Six Holsteins bred to improve genetic diversity were born at the Penn State Dairy Barns last April. Find out how these claves are doing a year later.

ABS Global Inc., a division of Genus plc, launched Sexcel Sexed Genetics, designed to deliver more high-value pregnancies to dairy herds worldwide.

Two of the nation's largest genetic companies announce plans to join entities.

Where will CRISPR take us? Answers to this question and others shouldn't solely come from government regulators like USDA, according to columnist Alan Guebert.

BOWIE, Md. — A Non-funded Cooperative Agreement (NFCA) was developed and signed on March 27, 2013 between the Animal Genomics and Improvement Laboratory (AGIL),...

A powerful new gene-editing tool called CRISPR/Cas9 is big news in the animal and plant agriculture world.

Few sectors of the global economy are more hooked on gene modification technology than agriculture.

The American Jersey Cattle Association is restructuring the Jersey Expansion identification program, and amending rules for Genetic Recovery.