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Written by SOT.COM.AL 3 Shkurt 2023
Chinese scientists achieve success in the dairy industry. They have successfully cloned three "super cows" that can produce a full 100 tons of milk in their lifetime. Thanks to this cloning, the dependence on imported breeds is reduced. The three calves were born in the Ningxia region on January 23. They were cloned from highly productive cows from the Holstein Friesian breed, which originated in the Netherlands. The selected animals are capable of producing 18 tons of milk per year, or 100 tons of milk in their lifetime. The first of the cloned calves was born on December 30 by caesarean section due to its relatively large size of 56.7 kilograms. The scientists made 120 cloned embryos from the ear cells of highly productive cows and placed them into surrogate cows. JinYaping, the project's chief scientist, called the birth of "super cows" a breakthrough that allows China to preserve the best cows in an economically feasible way. Only five in 10,000 cows in China can produce 100 tons of milk in their lifetime, making them a valuable breeding resource. About 70% of China's dairy cows are imported. In many countries, including the United States, farmers breed clones with conventional animals to add desirable traits, such as high milk production or disease resistance. China has made significant progress in animal cloning in recent years. Last year, a Chinese animal cloning company created the world's first cloned arctic wolf. In 2017,