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Farmer 'would buy more cloned calves'

Farmer Steven Innes, who is at the centre of the cloned meat furore, has told the BBC he would be prepared to buy more calves from cloned cattle and would happily feed the controversial beef to his own children.

It is his first media interview since it was revealed that meat from a bull bred from a clone had entered the food chain.

You can hear the full story on The Report, at 2000BST this evening on BBC Radio 4

  • 26 Aug 2010
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