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Presentations Auckland Open Meeting

 

Session

Time

Author

Scientific Report Title

Organization

Saturday 10 February

 

 



 

 

 

 

Saturday 10 February

Interbull Open 1: Availability and use of genetic and genomic information in dairy and beef herd management.

Chair: Andrew Cromie and Matthew Shaffer

16:00

E. Nicolazzi

Genomics in the U.S. Dairy Industry: current and future challenges

CDCB

16:15

M. Stephen

Developing metrics to rank individual herds according to data quality

DairyNZ

16:30

A. Sunstrum

A New Data Paradigm: Improving the well-being, profitability, and sustainability of beef and dairy herds using an on-farm automated continuous novel phenotyping and informed genomics platform

Growsafe Systems Ltd.

16:45

O. Powell

Can genomics enable genetic evaluation with phenotypes recorded on small-holder farms?

University Of Edinburgh/Roslin Institute

17:00

E.C. Ooi

Use of the Daughter Fertility Australian Breeding Value to improve herd reproductive performance of dairy cows in Northern Victoria. A retrospective cohort study to examine the efficacy of the daughter fertility ABV, as well as to explore the attitudes and intentions of dairy farmers toward selection of high daughter fertility ABV sires.

University Of Melbourne

17:15

J. Pryce

Using genomics to improve dairy heifer selection decisions

Agriculture Victoria

Interbull Open 2: R&D in (inter)national evaluations: Calving traits and fertility in dairy and beef cattle.

Parallel Session


Chair: Haifa Benhajali

16:00

R. Lefebvre

Genetic evaluation for stillbirth in French beef cattle breeds

Inra

16:15

F. Pearston

Calf survival evaluations for the UK Dairy industry

Agriculture And Horticulture Development Board

16:30

T. Pabiou

Using direct and maternal Interbeef information to increase genetic gains in Irish beef

Irish Cattle Breeding Federation

16:45

K. Stachowicz

Changes to the genetic evaluation of fertility in Irish dairy cattle

AbacusBio Ltd

17:00

A. Liu

Genotype by environment interaction for female fertility traits under conventional and organic production systems in Danish Holsteins

Aarhus University

17:15

S. Suyadi

Evaluation of reproductive performance and fertility index of Local Ongole x Limousin or Simental Crossbred Cattle in Jombang Regency-East Java Province, Indonesia

Faculty Of Animal Science

Sunday 11 February









 

 

 

 

Sunday 11 February

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday 11 February

Interbull Open 3: R&D in (inter)national evaluations: Implementation of new traits in dairy and beef cattle.

Chair: Gert Pedersen Aamand

08:30

F. Malchiodi

Implementation of genomic evaluation for digital dermatitis in Canada

CGIL - University Of Guelph

08:45

N. Chafeddine

Genetic and genomic evaluation of claw health traits in Spanish dairy cattle

Complutense University Of Madrid

09:00

H. Hamann

Estimation of the heritability of a newly developed ketosis risk indicator and the genetic correlations to other traits in three German cattle breeds

State Office For Geo-information And Rural Development

09:15

M. Price

Genetic parameters of immune response estimated using two genetically divergent groups of Holstein-Friesian dairy heifers

Dairynz

09:30

E. Rius Vilarrasa

Improved genetic evaluation of health traits using metabolic biomarkers in Nordic dairy cattle

Växa Svergie

09:45

J. Vosman

Genetic parameters for health traits using farmer recorded data in the Netherlands

CRV

10:00

R. Finocchiaro

Alternative use of Somatic Cells Counts in genetic selection for mastitis resistance: a new breeding value for Italian Holstein breed

ANAFI

10:15

L. De Haer

Genetic relation between antibody response and faecal shedding of MAP in dairy cattle

Crv

Interbull Open 4: Free Communication

Chair: Hossein Jorjani

11:00

M. Axford

Genomic breeding values for heat tolerance in dairy cattle

Agriculture Victoria

11:15

Y. Atagi

Effect of heat stress on production traits of Holstein cattle in Japan: parameter estimation using test day records of first parity and genome wide markers

Graduate School of Agriculture and Life Science, Lab of Biometry and Bioinformatics, University of Tokyo

11:30

Y. Wang

Genetic analysis of skinfold thickness and its association with body condition score, and milk production traits in Chinese Holstein population

China Agricultural University

11:45

A. Mukherjee/S. Mumtaz

Use of single nucleotide polymorphisms in PPP1R11 genes associated with daughter pregnancy rate for prediction of genetic merit for reproduction in Karan Fries bull

Indian Council Of Agricultural Research

12:00

R. Torres Junior

Is a 35-day feeding test with automatic daily weighting good enough for evaluating beef cattle for feed efficiency traits?

Embrapa Beef Cattle

12:15

M. Camara

A novel, comprehensive genetic and management initiative to reduce the environmental impact of New Zealand dairy cattle.

Dairynz - Nzael

Interbull Open 5: Addressing the challenges of genomic selection in international genetic and genomic evaluations in dairy and beef cattle.

Chair: Vincent Ducrocq

13:30

G. Wiggans

Discovering and validating relationships among genotyped animals

Council on Dairy Cattle Breding

13:45

M. Calus

Efficient computation of base generation allele frequencies

Wageningen University & Research Animal Breeding and Genomics

14:00

D. Lourenco

Tuning indirect predictions based on SNP effects from single-step GBLUP

University of Georgia

14:15

P. Vanraden

Validating Genomic Reliabilities and Gains from Phenotypic Updates

Usda-agil

14:30

B. Harris

Genomic reliability algorithm for a single step marker model

LIC

14:45

J. Vandenplas

Integration of foreign estimates of SNP effects into a domestic SNPBLUP

Wageningen University & Research

15:00

E. Mäntysaari

Solutions for the fixed effects, yield deviations and daughter yield deviations from a data subject to genomic selection

Natural Resources Institute (luke)

15:15

E. Venot

Assessment of Single Step benefits for on-farm French National Beef genetic evaluations of birth and weaning traits

Inra

Useful deadlines
2018-08-20
Useful deadlines for the September 2018 test run Read more...

Official Launch of GenoEx-PSE June 1, 2018
2018-06-01
Information about the launch of GenoEx-PSE, June 1 2018 Read more...

Information about GDPR
2018-05-25
Information about SLU and the new European GDPR Read more...

Interbull Centre - Department of Animal Breeding and Genetics, SLU - Box 7023, S-75007 Uppsala, Sweden - interbull@slu.se

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