Deborah 3 is a clone of a prize-winning cow, who was a four-time Iowa fair winner and a top-quality milk producer. Now she is at the center of a debate over what we eat.
"With pedigree and everything we decided to try to clone her," farmer Frank Regan said.
Regan paid $25,000 to have a cloning company take DNA from the original Deborah. In a lab, the DNA was turned into embryos then implanted into surrogate mothers, who gave birth to Deborahs 1, 2 and 3.
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