Rare for a reason?

Playing with rare alleles without knowing what they do is foolhardy. We at BetterBred have known that from the beginning as well, because a loosely associated group of breeders and I spent a over decade finding, preserving, evaluating and testing old unusual lines. But here’s a peer reviewed, published paper that says it better than
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Natalie Green Tessier

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