cloning

Agriculture
8:00 pm
Tue March 4, 2014

West Texas A&M beef cloning moving ahead

Part of the team caring for West Texas A&M University's clones, bull Alpha and one of the females called Gammas, from left to right: Kelly Jones, Landon Canterbury, Paydon Hales and Hayden Alexander.
Credit amarillo.com

A cloning project at West Texas A&M University is poised to enter the next phase of creating cattle that will produce top quality beef recently reported the Amarillo Globe-News.

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7:11 am
Wed November 27, 2013

Update on Registering Cloned Quarter Horses

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The American Quarter Horse Association has time to develop rules for registering cloned horses.
An Amarillo federal judge on Tuesday granted a legal motion by the American Quarter Horse Association to halt horse cloning registration requirements until a higher court rules on its appeal.U.S. District Judge Mary Lou Robinson granted the motion in an order that also required the association to continue developing rules to register cloned quarter horses and their offspring.
Innovation
8:00 pm
Thu October 31, 2013

Cloned in Canadian: First Quarter Horses and Now Deer

Gregg Veneklasen, left, holds a blue roan horse named Royal Blue Boon Two, while Jason Abraham holds a sorrell, Lynx Melody Too.
Credit amarillo.com

This time of the year, most deer hunters are focused on where to find the big one, not Canadian rancher Jason Abraham.  Abraham and his partner, Gregg Veneklasen, a Canyon veterinarian, are busy cloning their trophies.

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12:35 pm
Tue August 13, 2013

AQHA Ordered to Register Cloned Horses

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Attorney Nancy Stone predicted the court would order the American Quarter Horse Association to register cloned horses. She was right.
U.S. District Judge Mary Lou Robinson on Monday told attorneys she will order the American Quarter Horse Association to register cloned mares and stallion and their offspring.Last month, an Amarillo federal court jury found that the AQHA and one of its committees violated two sections of the Sherman Antitrust Act and Texas statutes by barring cloned horses from the organization's registry.
Cloning
8:01 pm
Wed July 31, 2013

Jury Says the American Quarter Horse Association Cannot Make Its Own Rules

Credit AQHA

A federal jury of seven men and five women decided that the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) violates state and federal antitrust laws by barring cloned horses from it’s registry according to the Amarillo Globe-News.

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