UC Davis scientists are raising two calves that have been genetically edited to not grow horns. The new technology, different from genetic engineering, could help save the dairy and beef industries millions of dollars in shipping and medical costs. Edward Ortiz eortiz@sacbee.com
UC Davis scientists are raising two calves that have been genetically edited to not grow horns. The new technology, different from genetic engineering, could help save the dairy and beef industries millions of dollars in shipping and medical costs. Edward Ortiz eortiz@sacbee.com

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December 20, 2015 3:00 PM

First genetically edited cows arrive at UC Davis

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