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Breeding Focus 2018 will be held in Armidale on 19 & 20 September. The focus of the workshop will be Reducing Heat Stress.

Topics presented at Breeding Focus 2016 Improving Welfare and Breeding Focus 2014 Improving Resilience were published into books which are available for purchase from AGBU. Abstracts of the papers for 2014 and 2016 are available as a pdfs and individual papers can also be downloaded.

 

Pig Genetics Workshop, April 11-12, 2000

Table of Contents

R. Crump & T. Henzell, Introducing PIGBLUP version 4.20, AGBU. (View)

R. Crump & T. Henzell, Problems Encountered by PIGBLUP users, AGBU. (View)

T. Henzell, The Migrate Program, AGBU. (View)

T. Mote 1, S. Hermesch 1 & J. van der Werf 2, Genotype by environment interactions between pig populations in Australia and Indonesia, 1 AGBU, 2 Department of Animal Science, University of New England, Australia. (View)

J.R. Walters, UK observations on lost genetic potential and future possibilities for improved sow performance, UPB Europe. (View)

R. Crump, S. Hermesch, H-U Graser, Addressing topics raised by workshop participants, AGBU. (View)

S. Hermesch, A first analysis of piglet mortality identifying important factors, AGBU. (View)

J.L. Black, Addressing the Growth Gap, John L. Black Consulting, Warrimoo, NSW, Australia. (View)

R.J. Kerr 1, Y. Chen 2, J.M. Henshall 1, B.G. Luxford 3 & C. Moran 2, "We are searching! What are we finding?", 1 AGBU, 2 Department of Animal Science, University of Sydney, Australia, 3 Bunge Meat Industries Ltd, NSW, Australia. (View)

S. Hermesch, Towards a better understanding of the genetics of lean meat growth - from UNE20P to UNE23P, AGBU. (View)

T.E. Long, Recent developments in the US Swine Industry, NPD (USA). (View)

J. McSweeney, PIGBLUP Online -The Present and Future, AGBU. (View)