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23 & Me for Cattle? DNA Testing Impacts Beef Quality

November 19, 2018

Oak Barn Beef DNA Testing

The test helps us determine things like tenderness gene, marbling gene, or ribeye area + a million more!

All it includes is to take a tissue sample out of the ear and send it into Neogen Corporation. They take care of the rest!

Want to learn more about the company or adopt DNA Testing into  your operation? Find the company here: Neogen Corporation




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