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Antibiotic Resistance in Farm Animals is Rising Fast

Researchers have found that antibiotic resistance is on the rise among farm animals in low-to-middle income countries. This could have a severe impact on the animals’ well-being and the health of consumers. For this reason, they urge the development of better farming policies around the world.

Researchers are hoping precision breeding for disease resistance could help curb the use of antibiotic use on farms.

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Precision Breeding’s New Horizons

As seen on the cover of AgriMarketing

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The Alliance to End Surgical Castration of Swine Announces Precision Breeding Successes

As seen on Recombinetics.com

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Acceligen and Kheiron-Biotech Announce Joint Projects Focused on Precision Breeding

As seen on Recombinetics.com

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A more humane livestock industry, brought to you by CRISPR.

As seen in Wired

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Acceligen will use gene editing to improve health and welfare of agricultural animals

As seen in Ag Funder

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Gene-edited animal plan to relieve poverty in Africa

As seen in BBC

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10 Predictions for the Future of Gene editing in Livestock

As seen in Successful Farming

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This man rewrites the genetic code of animals

As seen in Bloomberg

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Genetic progress focuses on health, animal welfare

As seen in The Progressive Farmer

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Future bright for genetic progress in beef industry

As seen in Feedstuffs

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Eliminating dehorning in dairy cattle

As seen in Farm and Dairy

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The end of livestock dehorning? Gene-edited hornless dairy cattle move towards commercialization

As seen in the Genetic Literacy Project

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Gene editing allows for polled dairy genetics without the production drag

As seen in Real Agriculture

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Dairy genetics firm team up to deliver elite hornless cows

As seen in AgriPulse

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Recombinetics, Semex form alliance to improve cattle well-being

As seen in Feedstuffs

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Precision breeding partnership will eliminate need to dehorn cows

As seen in Ag Daily

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Alliance aims to edit genes for polled dairy cattle

As seen in Farmtario

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Can gene editing solve the castration issue

As seen in Pig Progress

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Gene editing research could end pig castration

As seen in Successful Farming

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Who is leading the charge for new precision breeding tools?

As seen on Agri Pulse

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Americana: feeding the world

As seen in The Daily Herald

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Americans are going to castrate piglets genetically

As seen in Pig Business (Netherlands)

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Piglet castration may be avoided by gene editing

As seen in Agrivision

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An end to surgical castration being developed

As seen in Farm Journal’s Pork

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FFAR awards $500,000 grant to improve swine health and well-being

As seen on FFAR.org

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How gene editing will change agriculture

As seen in Successful Farming

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This genetics company is editing horns off milk cows

As seen in Bloomberg Businessweek

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Gene editing: what can it deliver for agriculture?

As seen in Future Farming

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What is agriculture biotechnology?

As seen in AgFunder News

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Seeking greener pastures: gene editing and animal welfare

As seen in The Athens Science Observer

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Results of gene editing could be seen in livestock industry in a few years

As seen in Queensland Country Life

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Is the ultimate beef herd on our doorstep?

As seen in Farm Online National

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Cows with horns may soon be a relic of farming’s painful past

As seen in Business Insider

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Regulators holding fistful of livestock genetics magic at the gate

As seen in Agripulse

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From corn to cattle, gene editing is about to supercharge agriculture

As seen in Digital Trends

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Breeding ‘safer’ hornless Holstein cows

As seen in Dairy Global

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Non-browning apples and hornless cows

As seen in The National Review

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4 ways this revolutionary gene-editing tool could change the world

As seen on NBC News

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Cows become hornless after gene editing making countryside safer

As seen in The Science Times

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Hornless cows created to make farming safer

As seen in the Telegraph

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Rare chickens brought back from the brink of extinction by Edinburgh University

As seen in The Telegraph

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Egg-free surrogate chickens produced in bid to save rare breeds

As seen in Phys.Org

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Gene-editing options

As seen in The Cattle Business Weekly

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These foods aren’t genetically modified but they are “edited”

As seen in The New York Times

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The top 10 science stories of 2016

As seen in The Wall Street Journal

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GMOs can address animal welfare, environmental, ethical challenges

As seen in the Genetic Literacy Project

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Gene-edited cattle produce no horns 

As seen in Science Magazine

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Gene editing for Agtech picks up pace

As seen in Pontifax AgTech

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Polled (hornless) occurs naturally but now can be achieved by genetic modification

As seen in Dairy Crossbreeding

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Open season is seen in gene editing of animals

As seen in New York Times

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