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Genetically modified (GM) livestock are animals that have had their genetic material altered in a laboratory setting. There are concerns about their use:

Health risks: There is some concern that GM livestock may pose health risks to humans and other animals. For example, GM animals that are designed to produce human proteins may transfer these proteins to the food supply, leading to potential allergens or other health concerns.

Environmental risks: GM livestock could have unintended impacts on the environment if they escape into the wild and compete with native species for food and habitat. Additionally, GM animals could transfer their altered genes to wild populations, potentially leading to the evolution of new, hard-to-control pests.

Ethical concerns: There are also ethical concerns about the use of GM animals, including the impact on animal welfare and potential harm to non-target species.

Economic impacts: The introduction of GM livestock into the food supply could have negative impacts on traditional livestock producers and their livelihoods, as well as on the market for non-GM animal products.

Regulation: There is also a lack of clear regulation and oversight for GM livestock, making it difficult to ensure their safe and responsible use.