New Texas A&M Research Documents Domestic Cattle Genetics In Modern Bison Herds

New Texas A&M Research Documents Domestic Cattle Genetics In Modern Bison Herds

American Bison graze at the Grand Teton National Park with the Grand Teton Range in the background, Wyoming

The shared genetic ancestry is the result of multiple hybridization events between North American bison and cattle over the last 200 years, which followed a population crash of bison in the 1800s.

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Source: TAMU News