Council strives to keep U.S. as the leader in dairy genetics

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The Council on Dairy Cattle Breeding continues to study how new technologies can change the future of dairy cattle management and genetics.

Its goal is to keep the U.S. as the leader in dairy cattle management and genetics and to have U.S. genetic evaluations remain the “gold standard” in the rest of the world.

Council member David Thorbahn, president and CEO of Select Sires, wishes to share the following list of Frequently Asked Questions with dairy producers as a means of keeping producers apprised of the Council’s activities.



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