De-horning cattle without pain

Recombinetics and scientists from the University of Minnesota and Texas A&M University successfully edited and implanted the embryos, which were born and raised to create the two cattles without horns in the picture above, named Spotigy and Buri. PIX/Recombinetics

HEY, did you know that cattles have now been made hornless through genetic editing?
In large scale farming for livestock, cattles live close to each other and as a result, injure one another using their horns.