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  • Holstein-Friesian cows and White Leghorn chickens.

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  • Just a few decades after its arrival in the United States from Tuscany around 1830, descendents of the White Leghorn emerged as the champion layers.

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  • TSHR locus does not coincide with any of the 13 growth loci detected in our previous QTL study of an intercross between White Leghorn and red jungle fowl

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  • Four layer lines were sampled: eleven males from White Leghorn line

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  • A few research priorities from my perspective: the conversion to perennial agriculture; replacement sources for nitrogen fertilizers; detailed continent-wide soils and climate mapping to determine priority areas for cultivated crops versus grazing areas; productive yet resilient breeds of animals beside the Cornish Cross, White Leghorn, Holstein, Hyper Lean Pig, and Angus and Hereford beef cattle -- with regional emphasis immediately; and a detailed carbon analysis of pasture-raised versus grain fed livestock.

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