Marker Assisted Selection In Dairy Cattle Using A Mixed Model Approach

Author: Mathew Anthony Chrystal
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Environmental Responses And Voluntary Stall Selection Of Dairy Cows In Free Stall Housing

Author: Kifle G. Gebremedhin
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Selection Of Dairy Cattle For Overall Excellence

Author: DeVon Franklin Andrus
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Development Of Genetic Markers To Assist In The Selection Of Dairy Cattle Sires

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Understanding The Dairy Cow

Author: John Webster
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 111955022X
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A comprehensive and thoroughly revised text on dairy science that contains information on the most recent developments The fully updated third edition of Understanding the Dairy Cow explores the scientific principles that provide a foundation for understanding the animal’s body system. The comprehensive text also reveals how to properly manage dairy cattle with economic efficiency whilst taking into consideration the cow’s welfare. The revised new edition contains expanded coverage on topics including insight into cow behaviour and welfare, genetic selection indices, new strategies for control of mastitis and lameness and information on the overworked cow. It also contains the most recent developments in breeding, nutrition and management. Is an authoritative text on the dairy cow that covers a wide-ranging subject area including the science, disease and husbandry Presents the information and knowledge necessary for the efficient and humane management of cows Includes expanded coverage on a variety of topics such as cow behaviour and welfare, and genetic selection indices Highlights major new developments in the field Covering both the basics and recent developments in dairy science, Understanding the Dairy Cow 3rd Edition is ideal for students in agriculture and veterinary science and for professionals working in the complex business of dairy farming.

Dairy Cattle

Author: Donald L. Bath
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Co-authored by Frank N. Dickinson, H. Allen Tucker, and Robert D. Appleman. 3rd edition.

Proceedings Of The World S Dairy Congress

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Genetic Improvement Of Dairy Cattle

Author: United States. Agricultural Research Service. Animal Husbandry Research Division
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Bibliography Of Agriculture

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Dairy Cattle Judging And Selection

Author: William Wodin Yapp
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Livestock Judging Selection And Evaluation

Author: Roger E. Hunsley
Editor: Vero Media Incorporated
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Being successful in the production of livestock, to a large extent depends on being able to select animals that are good feeders and breeders. It also depends on being able to recognize merit in breeding animals and to understand values when buying or sel

Masterminding Nature

Author: Margaret E. Derry
Editor: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 1442626526
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Canadian historian Margaret Derry examines the evolution of modern animal breeding from the invention of improved breeding methods in 18th-century England to the application of molecular genetics in the 1980s and 1990s.

Efficiency Of Selection Practiced Among Dairy Cows With Respect To Production And Type Appraisal Traits

Author: Francis Raymond Allaire
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Correlated Response To Selection For High Milk Yield In Holstein Dairy Cattle

Author: Richard Ray Bonczek
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Selecting Fitting And Showing Dairy Cattle

Author: Herbert Elmer Lattig
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Economic Aspects Of Animal Breeding

Author: Joel Ira Weller
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9780412597503
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This important book covers economic evaluation of genetic differences in animals, determination of breeding goals within an economic context and economic evaluation of breeding programs. During the last 50 years there have been great advances made in the breeding of domesticated animal species. Most of this work has been achieved through the efforts of geneticists, and often the economic goals of such advances have not been clearly evaluated. Economic Aspects of Animal Breeding redresses the balance and provides a much needed synthesis of this most important subject. The book is divided into five sections: basic concepts; economic evaluation of genetic differences; advanced topics in selection indices; economic evaluation of breeding programs, including biotechnological aspects; crossbreeding and heterosis.

Experiment Station Record

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Livestock And Poultry Production

Author: Clarence E. Bundy
Editor: Prentice Hall
ISBN: 9780135385791
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Circular

Author: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Agricultural Experiment Station
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Circular

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