Breeding and Genetics - Health, Efficiency, Resiliency and other Novel Traits

Section: Breeding and Genetics (orals)
Format: Orals
Day/Time: Tuesday 9:30 AM–12:30 PM
Location: Room 207/208
Chair: Brad Heins, University of Minnesota, MN
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
9:30 AM
#278 Estimation of genetic parameters for young stock survival in Danish beef × dairy crossbred calves.
R. B. Davis
10:00 AM
#279 Assessing the predictive value of facial biometrics for genomic health traits via a statistical learning approach.
C. McVey
10:15 AM
#280 Genomic evaluation for cow and calf wellness traits in US Jersey cattle.
D. Gonzalez-Pena
10:30 AM
#281 Extending genomic evaluations to direct health traits in Jerseys.
L. Jensen
10:45 AM
#282 Genetic evaluation of residual feed intake and feeding behavior patterns of growing Holstein heifers.
J. R. Johnson
11:00 AM
#283 Genetic parameters for dry matter intake, body weight, and energy corrected milk in dairy cattle.
T. C. Seleguim Chud
11:15 AM
#284 Inclusion of herdmate data improves genomic prediction for milk production and feed efficiency traits within North American dairy herds.
N. Schultz
11:30 AM
#285 The Efficient Dairy Genome Project: An overview.
C. F. Baes
11:45 AM
#286 Breeding for resilience in dairy cows using daily milk yield recording.
M. Poppe
12:00 PM
#287 The genetic relationship of production traits recorded during grazing and non-grazing seasons in US organic Holstein cows.
L. Hardie
12:15 PM
#288 Sire predicted transmitting ability for production and fertility traits in US organic Jersey cows.
G. M. Pereira