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Angus 62



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PostSubject: Re: Is Change in the genome a zero-sum game?   Fri Mar 22, 2013 2:00 pm

You wouldn't know there was any concern about milk production from the bull sale I was at yesterday. TC Aberdeen and Sitz Upward were two featured sires, both over +40 for milk. affraid The mainstream is so used to registered bullshit they don't even blink.

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PostSubject: Re: Is Change in the genome a zero-sum game?   Fri Mar 22, 2013 9:41 pm

Angus 62 wrote:
You wouldn't know there was any concern about milk production from the bull sale I was at yesterday. TC Aberdeen and Sitz Upward were two featured sires, both over +40 for milk. affraid The mainstream is so used to registered bullshit they don't even blink.


all the bs is genomically enhanced now...but I still doubt these cattle have that much more milk; maybe just formula leftover growth that the formula applies to milk ?
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