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Thompson Farm Research Helps Farmers With Beef Genetics

by Duane Dailey
University Extension
“As beef prices drop, improved genetics gain value,” Dave Patterson told Thompson Farm visitors Tuesday, Sept. 20.
The University of Missouri Extension specialist said farmer-owned beef herds gain value using research from the MU farm near Spickard in Grundy County.
“We’re improving value in what is already proven to work,” Patterson said. He and MU graduate students perfected fixed-time artificial insemination at the farm.

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