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Scientists breed skim milk-producing cow

Date: 29.5.2007 

Officials at the biotech firm, ViaLactia, said the new breeding program would allow them to gain a significant foothold in the world's food industry by marketing to health-conscious consumers, The Times of London said Sunday. ViaLactia's chief scientist, Russell Snell, said the cow's milk is significantly healthier in three ways. "She produces a normal level of protein in her milk but substantially less fat, and the fat she does produce has much more unsaturated fat," Snell said. "She also produces milk with very high levels of omega3 oils." "ScienceDaily":[ http://www.sciencedaily.com/upi/index.php?feed=Science&article=UPI-1-20070527-20541200-bc-newzealand-skimmilk.xml]

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