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Company developing alternative method to produce all-female trout
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Company developing alternative method to produce all-female trout
A supplier of eggs to the trout industry is developing what appears to be a viable alternative to hormone use to produce all-female trout for commercial production. Up to 90 percent of commercial trout raised in the U.S. are female, desired for their...

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