Two healthy black calves were  born late last month at Missoula County Public Schools’ Agricultural Center off South Avenue. They’re the result of a successful embryo transfer which is a fairly sophisticated procedure designed to produce – among other things – genetically superior traits in cattle. In tonight’s feature interview with reporter Edward O’Brien, teacher Tom Andres and students Austin Standley and Caitlin Creighton, explain the calves’ significance.
First, Andres talks about the history of the MCPS Agriculture Center.

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