Question suggested by Patrick Donegal, North Dakota, USA
Yes, but only if a defect is suspected.
No, because it is too expensive or too much work.
No, because I believe genetic testing is not accurate.
No, because I KNOW that my stock if free of genetic defects.
Posted: July 20, 2013
Today is September 25, 2017
On this day in 1995:
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