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September 2, 1990 | CHARLES HILLINGER
You can't separate the Navajo from the sheep. Navajo are the sheep. The sheep are the Navajo. --Old Navajo Indian saying The Utah State University sheep expert was on one of his four-times-a-year, two-week-long visits to remote areas of the vast Navajo Reservation tending to the health and well-being of America's oldest and rarest breed of sheep--the Navajo churro. Prof.
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September 2, 1990 | CHARLES HILLINGER
You can't separate the Navajo from the sheep. Navajo are the sheep. The sheep are the Navajo. --Old Navajo Indian saying The Utah State University sheep expert was on one of his four-times-a-year, two-week-long visits to remote areas of the vast Navajo Reservation tending to the health and well-being of America's oldest and rarest breed of sheep--the Navajo churro. Prof.
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January 8, 1994
I read with interest "Dangers of Narrowing the Field" (Column One, Dec. 23). The article correctly raises concerns over the loss of genetic diversity. It is a significant issue requiring attention. However, to preserve germ plasm that does not have an immediate use requires money. Commercial agriculture operates on a narrow margin. Universities with colleges of agricultural sciences have also been under serious financial pressure for several years. At the time when universities are needed to do more, they have fewer resources with which to accomplish tasks.
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