2018 Interbull/ADSA Presentations



Breeding and Genetics: Joint ADSA and Interbull Session: Phenotyping and Genetics in the New Era of Sensor Data from Automation

Chair:  Marj Faust, Data Driven Genetics
Sponsor: GrowSafe



Speaker, Affiliation Title

M. van der Voort,

Wageningen University

The value of precision technologies in the genetic evaluation of dairy cows

G. Katz

Afimilk, Kibbutz Afikim, Israel

Early prediction of lactational milk, fat and protein yields using daily milk data

D. Lefebvre

Valacta, Canada

Comparison of milk composition and somatic cell count estimates from automatic milking systems sensors and milk recording laboratory analyses.

Nicolas Gengler,

Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech

Challenges and opportunities for evaluating the genetic potential of dairy cattle

in the new era of sensor data from automation

Miron Livny,

University of Wisconsin

High Throughput Computing in Support of Dairy Science

Nathan Miller,

University of Wiscinsin

Image based phenotyping: examples from plant breeding

Interbull Centre - Department of Animal Breeding and Genetics, SLU - Box 7023, S-75007 Uppsala, Sweden -

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