Horse cloning hits full stride


Horse The more than 30 healthy-looking horses in a pasture here are all shapes and sizes and include an Appaloosa, a couple of bays, chestnuts, a paint and a Palomino. One thing that these mares have in common is that they are pregnant — and not naturally. Each has been impregnated with a cloned embryo produced by ViaGen Inc., an Austin, Texas, company that specializes in cloning horses, cattle and pigs. The mares are due to deliver in February.

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