Projected climate changes will influence livestock production, an important issue for the dairy industry.
Lowered inputs with greater outputs for dairy farmers.
Association of milk production traits with weather data helps to identify heattolerant dairy cattle.
This issue of Animal Frontiers led by the Canadian Society of Animal Science covers prospects for exploiting epigentic effects in livestock production.
This new Frontiers in Genetics e-book on Haplotype Analysis Applied to Livestock Genomics edited by Gábor Mészáros, Marco Milanesi, Paolo Ajmone Marsan, and Yuri Tani Utsunomiya has one chapter with contributions from several CGIL members.
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This new book edited by Dr Julius van der Werf and Dr. Jennie Pryce, with contributions from several CGIL members, reviews the latest research on dairy cattle genetics and advanced methods of genetic evaluation and selection.
This new book by Dr. Schaeffer covers the background, the theory, and practical applications of animal models that every serious animal breeder should understand. Examples are given in R-scripts and there is a chapter describing a Fortran program for large data sets. The book is a coalescence of 50 years of learning, teaching, practical applications of animal models, and experience.