Session 17. Use of new technologies for breeding and management of pigs and cattle
Date: 29 August 2011; 14:00 – 18:00 hours
Theatre Session 17
- Automated activity monitoring as a management tool in dairy production
- Prediction of cow pregnancy status using conventional and novel mid infrared predicted milk traits
Hammami, H., Bastin, C., Gillon, A., Soyeurt, H. and Gengler, N.
- Development and validation of a automatic optical systems for the control of the body condition score of dairy cows
Salau, J., Junge, W., Harms, J. and Suhr, O.
- SpermVital – field trials with this new semen processing approach
Kommisrud, E., Grevle, I.S., Sunde, J., Garmo, R.T. and Klinkenberg, G.
- The use of computerized tomography in pig breeding
- Differences in body composition between pigs crossbreds of 30 kg measured in vivo by computed tomography
Carabús, A., Gispert, M., Rodriguez, P., Brun, A., Francàs, C., Soler, J. and Font I Furnols, M.
- Use of loin intramuscular fat content predicted with ultrasound technology in the Canadian swine improvement program
Maignel, L., Daigle, J.P., Groves, J., Wyss, S., Fortin, F. and Sullivan, B.
- Modelling the dynamics of feed intake in growing pigs; interest for modelling populations of pigs
Vautier, B., Quiniou, N., Van Milgen, J. and Brossard, L.
- An integrated automatic traceability system for the salami swine meat chain based on RFID technology
Beretta, E., Nava, S., Montanari, U. and Lazzari, M.
Poster Session 17
- Modeling and monitoring sows’ activity types in the farrowing house using 3D acceleration data
Cornou, C., Lundbye-Christensen, S. and Kristensen, A.R.
- Detecting sows’ parturition using 3D acceleration measurements
Cornou, C. and Lundbye-Christensen, S.
- Genetic analyses of carcass, meat and fat quality traits measured by computed tomography and near-infrared spectroscopy in Norwegian Landrace and Duroc pigs
Gjerlaug-Enger, E., Kongsro, J., Olsen, D., Aass, L., Ødegård, J. and Vangen, O.