Cloning in this world

Animal cloning

Researches have been cloning live stock since 1996. They estimated that there is over a hundred cloned cattle, pigs, and goats exist.

In 2001 researchers realized that cloning technology was poised. It helped improve the quality of herds. The FDA's Center for Veterinary Medicine asked livestock producers to maybe keep the feed from clones from regular herds food.

Cloning is very helpful to farmers they can clone there best animals out of the herd. Ones that are disease resistant that have more meat or produces quicker.

The FDA is not for cloning and is not against cloning. They see why some breeders might want to use this.

A clone is a exact copy of the animal you cloned. Like a identical twin. They are getting closer to human cloning but the cloned does not come out fully.

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