Session 01. Phenotypes and strategies for breeding for climate friendly and efficient animals

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Theatre Session

Phenotypes and strategies to reduce methane emissions of dairy cattle
Y. De Haas, A.E. Van Breukelen, R.F. Veerkamp, G. De Jong and M.N. Aldridge

The usefulness of methane production predicted from cows’ heat production
M. Pszczola

Methane output versus production traits: estimates of genetic associations in Nordic Red cattle
E. Negussie, P. Mäntysaari, L. Maanavilja, J. Nousianen, I. Stranden, A.R. Bayat, T. Mehtiö and M.H. Lidauer

Genetic parameters for long term recording of enteric methane emissions of dairy cows
A.E. Van Breukelen, M.N. Aldridge, R.F. Veerkamp, C. Schrooten and Y. De Haas

Enteric methane emissions are positively associated to residual feed intake in growing bulls
A. Bes, P. Nozière, Y. Rochette, P. Faure, G. Cantalapiedra-Hijar, P. Guarnido-Lopez, Y. Gaudron, G. Renand and C. Martin

Re-thinking modelling of residual feed intake for genomic evaluation in dairy cattle
M.H. Lidauer, E. Negussie, E.A. Mäntysaari, P. Mäntysaari, S. Kajava, T. Kokkonen and T. Mehtiö

A new genomic evaluation for feed efficiency in Holsteins
J. Jamrozik, G. Kistemaker, P. Sullivan, B. Van Doormaal, T.S. Chud, C.F. Baes, P. Stothard, F.S. Schenkel and F. Miglior

Residual feed intake of genomic tested young Holstein bulls
S. Callegaro, G. Niero, M. Penasa, R. Finocchiaro, G. Invernizzi and M. Cassandro

Evaluation of different models to define a more suitable residual feed intake estimation in sheep
C.B. Marques, G. Ciappesoni, J.I. Velazco, E.A. Navajas, G.F. Ferreira, Z. Ramos, F. Rovira and I. De Barbieri

Multitrait analysis of RFI: heterogeneity of residual variances and modelling of body weight change
E. Negussie, E.A. Mäntysaari, P. Mäntysaari, S. Kajava, T. Kokkonen, T. Mehtiö and M.H. Lidauer

Longitudinal residual feed intake criterion for selection
I. David, V.H. Huynh Tran and H. Gilbert

Poster Session

Infrared thermography as indicator trait for feed efficiency in dairy cattle
G.C.B. Schopen, M. Heida, E. Mullaart and E.D. Ellen

A hologenomic approach for genomic selection on methane emissions and feed efficiency
O. González-Recio, J. López-Paredes, A. Saborio-Montero, A. López-Garcia, M. Gutiérrez-Rivas, N. Charfeddine, I. Goiri, R. Atxaerandio, E. Ugarte, J.A. Jiménez-Montero and A. García-Rodríguez