Some European breeders show interest in cloned animals

07/29/2010 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

A small number of livestock breeders in some European countries, including Britain and Switzerland, seeking to make their livestock more productive have imported cloned animal-derived embryos and semen from the U.S. However, Corinne Lepage, a French member of the European Parliament, expressed concerns over the production of meat products from cloned livestock, saying the "technique raises serious issues about animal welfare, reduction of biodiversity, as well as ethical concerns."

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