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In one study, a team of researchers edited a common virus from fetal pig genomes and then bred piglets that could one day be a source for xenotransplantation to address the human organ shortage.
In subsequent tests, Zhao and colleagues found that the piglets were better at regulating their internal temperatures during a four-hour cold test.
In the last few years, tardigrades, also known as water bears or moss piglets, have gotten a lot of attention for being tough.
The threat of hypothermia forces cold-climate farms to invest in heat lamps and other accommodations for their shivering piglets.
And yes, animals were everywhere: horses, bulls, iguanas, dogs and puppies, cats and kittens, pigs and piglets.
But these leaner, cold-hardier piglets, created through CRISPR gene editing, could be a hit with the pork industry.
From that day on, the students had morning as well as afternoon workshops with staff members, learning about soap- and cheesemaking and farming practices, as well as milking cows and holding adorable piglets.
Ken Norton, who produces piglets in Bronson, Mich., expanded his herd to 6,000 sows from 1,500 in anticipation of the plant that Clemens Food Group opened in September, 13 miles away in Coldwater.
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