N.Z. produces cows with genetic trait for low-fat milk

05/28/2007 | Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), The

New Zealand scientists say they have succeeded in breeding cows that produce low-fat milk, drawing on a genetic trait found in a cow in 2001. Researchers bred offspring of the cow and found at least two inherited the trait, but the natural low-fat milk from the cows is not expected to reach the market for at least another five years.

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