Breeding and Genetics I

Section: Breeding and Genetics
Format: Posters
Day/Time: Monday 7:30 AM–9:30 AM
Location: Exhibit Hall B
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
Feed efficiency and reproductive performance are genomically independent in lactating Holstein cows.
R. R. Cockrum
Genetic evaluation of gestation length as a trait of the service sire.
J. R. Wright
Genetic correlations among Canadian selected traits: literature review and completion of the matrix of correlations.
P. Martin
Breeding strategies for mitigating enteric methane emissions of dairy cattle using ZPLAN+.
S. Beard
Genome-wide copy number variant analysis in Holstein cattle reveals variants associated with 10 production traits including residual feed intake and dry matter intake.
E. E. Connor
Association of residual feed intake with disease indicator traits in Holsteins.
D. Hailemariam
Use of RNA-Sequencing technology for detection of microbial species.
S. Lam
Genetic trends of linear type traits for validation of genomic evaluation in US Holsteins.
S. Tsuruta
Sources of variation in minor milk components and their potential prediction using mid-infrared spectroscopy.
A. Fleming