Mutant cow produces low-fat milkThe benefits are spreadable butter? Creamier milk? Healthier dairy? Pfui on that, I say. Everybody knows the benefits are now cows can join the X-Men.
Mutant cows could soon be providing the world with ready-skimmed milk and butter that spreads straight from the fridge.
Scientists in New Zealand reckon their discovery could help people live healthier lives.
A team of experts is working on getting the herd to produce low-fat milk straight from the cows' udders.
Due to a mutant gene, the animals they are breeding produce milk that contains less fat.
According to the New Zealand Herald, their butter is spreadable without waiting for it to soften like others currently on the market.
Unlike the Fantastic Four, who reject bovine membership application: