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Did you know that on a random survey of seventh graders in FMB only 12 knew that there was a cloned lamb named Polly that contains a human gene I intend to persuade the audience that this world should use cloning Dolly was the first clone of an adult mammal and then Polly was another test but with a human gene And also did you know that if we just had one sheep or one duck or one pigeon or one anything we could have a whole herd of that animal with the new genetic engineering called cloning If farmers are running low on cows for milk or sheep for wool they just need to clone and they will have up to 25 more of that animal One of our countrys animal scientists cloning researchers of University of Missouri named Randall Prather is with the subject matter of cloning He said I see four major benefits Clones would greatly benefit science disease treatments can be tested on clones reducing variances caused by genetic differences and reducing treatment animals needed Clones would have a powerful impact on agricultural efficiency Think for a moment of the cost maintaining one dairy cow capable of producing 50000 gallons of milk Now think of if we cloned that cow and had four or five average cows Now wouldnt that be a whole lot easier than having to mate the cows And then what if the cow that is mated is unhealthy for some reason A successful farmer at g online survey chose sides nearly equal on cloning for livestock 39 were in favor 36 opposed and 25 didnt have a clue Even 3 may not be a lot but still more people were in favor of this Think about all of the farmers who need more animals on their farm If they couldnt clone then the farmers wouldnt make any money for selling
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