Several Genes Found Responsible for Boar Taint

NORWAY - Several genes are important in the regulation of androstenone level in boars, one of the compounds responsible for causing unpleasant taints in meat from entire boars, according to research from NORSVIN, the Norwegian Pig Breeders Association.
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