“Milk and meat from cloned animals will not need special approval or labelling for sale in the United States, the country’s food regulator is likely to decide.” (BBC)
“Cloning animals is currently too expensive to be practical for food production, but farmers could clone top-quality animals for breeding.”
Or they could do it the old-fashioned way, and breed them. Didn’t they discover that cloned animals had badly damaged DNA?

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  1. In God’s Country (as we like to call America) we know how to make a buck. Often we lose that buck once we discovered what a mistake we made. But what else is the taxpayer for?

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