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Academic Papers

 

Author(s)
Title
Presented
Wickham et al Industrial perspective: capturing the benefits of genomics to Irish cattle breeding.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/AN11166
Animal Production Science, 2012, 52, 172–179 Invited
Pabiou T Genetics of Carcass Composition in Irish Cattle Exploiting Carcass Video Image Analysis Jan 2012

D. P. Berry,
P. Lonergan,
S. T. Butler,
A. R. Cromie,
T. Fair,
F. Mossa and A. C. O. Evans

Negative Influence of High Maternal Milk Production Before and After Conception on Offspring Survival and Milk Production in Dairy Cattle Journal of Dairy Science 2008. 91:329–337.
S. Mc Parland, J. F. Kearney, M Rath, D.P. Berry. Inbreeding trends and pedigree analysis of Irish diary and beef cattle populations.
Journal of Animal Science 2007. 85:322-331.
S. Mc Parland, J. F. Kearney, M Rath, D.P. Berry.

Inbreeding effects on milk production, calving performance, fertility and conformation in Irish Holstein-Friesians.

Journal of Dairy Science 2007. 90:4411-4419.

Pabiou. T, Laval. M, Guerrier. J

Development of conversion formulae for traits related to beef production in Ireland

Interbull/EAAP Meeting, Dublin, 2007
ICBF,
Irish Farmers Journal
Cattle Breeding in Ireland Booklet
Interbull/EAAP Meeting, Dublin, 2007
D.P. Berry, M. Burke, M. O’Keefe and P. O’Connor. Do-it-yourself milk recording as a viable alternative to supervised milk recording in Ireland. Irish Journal of Agricultural and Food Research 45:1-12, 2006

D. P. Berry

A. R. Cromie

Artificial Insemintation Increases the Probability of a Male Calf in Dairy and Beef Cattle

Theriogenology (2006), doi:10.1016/ j.theriogenology.2006.08.003

 

Brian Wickham Interbull and 10 years of cattle breeding progress - what´s next

Interbull Meeting Uppsala, Sweden, 2005.

D. P. Berry
F. E. Madalena
A. R. Cromie
P. R. Amer
Cumulative discounted expressions of dairy and beef traits in Ireland.

56th Annual Meeting of the EAAP, June 5-8, 2005, Uppsala, Sweden.

D.P. Berry
B.L. Harris
A.M. Winkelman
W. Montgomerie
Phenotypic relationships between type traits and longevity in New Zealand dairy cattle.

56th Annual Meeting of the EAAP, June 5-8, 2005, Uppsala, Sweden.

M.H. Pool
V.E. Olori
A.R. Cromie
B.W. Wickham
R.F. Veerkamp
Multiple breed evaluation for Cow Survival and Fertility in Irish Beef cattle

Poster Presentation Session EAAP,Uppsala, Sweden,

M.H. Pool
V.E. Olori
A.R. Cromie
B.W. Wickham
R.F. Veerkamp

Multiple breed evaluation for Cow Survival and Fertility in Irish Beef cattle INTERBULL meeting, June 2-5 2005. Uppsala, Sweden

M.H. Pool
V.E. Olori
A.R. Cromie
B.W. Wickham
R.F. Veerkamp

To one cow survival and fertility evaluation for Irish dairy and beef cattle

INTERBULL meeting, June 2-5 2005. Uppsala, Sweden

D.P. Berry
B.L. Harris
A.M. Winkelman
W. Montgomerie
Phenotypic associations between traits other than production and longevity in New Zealand dairy cattle with special emphasis on management traits

INTERBULL meeting, June 2-5 2005. Uppsala, Sweden

J.M. Hickey
P.R. Amer
A.R. Cromie
A. Grogan
M. P. L. Calus
B.W. Wickham
R.F. Veerkamp
Utilizing Multibreed Commercial Slaughter Information in Beef Selection Indices in Ireland

INTERBULL meeting, June 2-5 2005. Uppsala, Sweden

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