Session 57. Generating, handling and exploiting very large data for management and breeding

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Date: 29 August 2013; 14:00 – 18:00 hours
Chairperson: Guldbrandtsen

Theatre Session 57

14.00 Phenotyping for optimized decision making on cow and herd level
Invited K.L. Ingvartsen

14.30 Standardisation of milk MIR spectra: a first step to create new tools of dairy farm management
C. Grelet, J.A. Fernandez Pierna, F. Dehareng and P. Dardenne

14.45 EOL: a new ontology for livestock system and rearing conditions
L. Joret, J. Bugeon, J. Aubin, J.P. Blancheton, M. Hassouna, C. Hurtaud, S. Kaushik, F. Médale, M.C. Meunier-Salaün, J. Vernet, A. Wilfart, J.Y. Dourmad and P.Y. Le Bail

15.00 A graph database to store and manage phenotypic, pedigree and genotypic data of livestock
F. Biscarini, M. Picciolini, D. Iamartino, A. Stella, F. Strozzi and E. Nicolazzi

15.15 Locomotor activity of dairy cows in relation to season and lactation
A. Brzozowska, M. Lukaszewicz, G. Sender, D. Choromanska and J. Oprzadek

15.30 Dynamic monitoring of mortality rate for sows and piglets
C. Bono, C. Cornou, S. Lundbye-Christensen and A.R. Kristensen

16.15 Multiple births limit the advantage of using high growth sires
K.R. Kelman, C.L. Alston, D.W. Pethick and G.E. Gardner

16.30 Practical integration of genomic selection into dairy cattle breeding schemes
Invited A. Bouquet and J. Juga

17.00 Genotyping cows for the reference increases reliability of genomic predictions in a small breed
J.R. Thomasen, A.C. Sørensen, M.S. Lund and B. Guldbrandtsen

17.15 Large scale genomic testing within herd does not affect contribution margin
L. Hjortø, J.F. Ettema, A.C. Sørensen and M. Kargo

17.30 SNPchiMp: a database to disentangle the SNPchip jungle
E.L. Nicolazzi, M. Picciolini, F. Strozzi, R.D. Schnabel, C. Lawley, A. Eggen, A. Pirani, F. Brew and A. Stella

17.45 Generating large scale on-farm methane measurements in exhaled air of individual cows
Y. De Haas, J. Van Riel, N. Ogink and R.F. Veerkamp


Poster Session 57

Comparison between bivariate and multivariate joint analyses on the selection loss
V.B. Pedrosa, E. Groeneveld, J.P. Eler and J.B.S. Ferraz

Dynamic monitoring of farrowing rate at herd level
C. Bono, C. Cornou, S. Lundbye-Christensen and A.R. Kristensen

Genetic parameters across lactation for dry matter intake and milk yield in Holstein cattle
C.I.V. Manzanilla P, R.F. Veerkamp, J.E. Pryce, M.P.L. Calus and Y. De Haas

Computational efficiency of software for the analysis of Next Generation Sequencing data
M. Mielczarek, J. Szyda, A. Gurgul, K. Zukowski and M. Bugno-Poniewierska