Texas A&M has broken ground on a new $13 million dollar Animal Reproductive Biotechnology Center

Texas A&M has broken ground on a new $13 million dollar Animal Reproductive Biotechnology Center which aims to advance livestock production through research, teaching, and outreach.

Director of AgriLife Research, Dr. G. Cliff Lamb spoke with RFD-TV’s own Tammi Arender on what the center will entail, what it will mean for producers, and what educational opportunities will be available.

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