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Hereford association sees promise in latest genetic tools

Laura Loschke works as records supervisor and education and information services coordinator for the American Hereford Association. The association is headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri, and is the second-largest U.S. beef breed association with more than 7,500 active adult and junior members.

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