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

Section: Breeding and Genetics (orals)
Day/Time: Wednesday 9:30 AM–12:30 PM
Location: Ballroom E
Chair: Marj Faust, Data Driven Genetics
Sponsored by: GrowSafe
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
9:30 AM
#MISC22 Introductory Comments
Marj Faust
9:30 AM   Recorded
#449 The value of precision technologies in the genetic evaluation of dairy cows.
M. van der Voort
10:00 AM
#450 Early prediction of lactational milk, fat and protein yields using daily milk data.
G. Katz
10:30 AM
#451 Comparison of milk composition and somatic cell count estimates from automatic milking systems sensors and milk recording laboratory analyses.
D. Lefebvre
10:45 AM
11:00 AM   Recorded
#452 Challenges and opportunities for evaluating and using the genetic potential of dairy cattle in the new era of sensor data from automation.
N. Gengler
11:30 AM   Recorded
#453 High-throughput computing in support of dairy science.
M. Livny
12:00 PM
#454 Image-based phenotyping: Examples from plant breeding.
N. Miller