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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, March 26-27, 2003

Table of Contents

R. Crump & A.L. Henzell, PIGBLUP Version 5.10, AGBU. (View)

J. R. Walters & J.D. Mackinnon, European experience with post-weaning multi-systematic wasting syndrome (PWMS) and porcine dermatitis and nephropathy syndrome, International Consultants in Pig Breeding and Health.(View)

C. Bennett 1 & K. Bunter 2, Heritability estimates for conformation traits in pigs, 1 QAF Meat Industries, 2 AGBU. (View)

K. Bunter 1 & U. Wuensch 2, Juvenile IGF-I: an update, 1 AGBU, 2 Pig Breeding Association of Middle Germany. (View)

R. Crump & S. Hermesch, National pig improvement program, AGBU. (View)

J. McSweeny 1, S. Hermesch & R. Crump 2, Genetic analysis of feeding pattern traits in pigs, 1 Genetic Solutions, 2 AGBU. (View)

J.R. Walters, How important is feed intake? UPB Europe Ltd. (View)

S. Hermesch, Feed intake in group housed pigs - considerations for breeding programs, AGBU. (View)

R. Giles 1, R. Lansdowne 2 & K. James 3, Measurement of temperament in pigs, 1 NSW Agriculture, 2 Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Sydney, 3 NSW Agriculture. (View)

H. Graser, Investigating the use of 'flight time' in commercial nucleus herds, AGBU. (View)

C. Moran, QTL detection and utilisation in pigs, Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Sydney. (View)