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Development strategies for genetic evaluation for beef production in developing countries

Development strategies for genetic evaluation for beef production in developing countries

proceedings of an International Workshop held in Khon Kaen Province, Thailand, July 23-28 2001


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Published by Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research in Canberra .
Written in English

  • Beef cattle -- Breeding -- Developing countries -- Congresses.,
  • Beef industry -- Developing countries -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementeditors, Jack Allen and Ancharlie Na-Chiangmai.
    SeriesACIAR proceedings -- no. 108., ACIAR proceedings -- no. 108.
    ContributionsAllen, Jack., Na-Chiangmai, Ancharlie.
    LC ClassificationsSF196.D44 D48 2002, SF196.D44 D48 2002
    The Physical Object
    Pagination180 p. :
    Number of Pages180
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16049414M
    ISBN 101863203273, 1863203281

    management, disease control and the beef market is fundamental to the economical production of The beef cattle industry is composed of six basic segments: (1) the purebred breeder, (2) the commercial producer, (3) stocker or backgrounding operations, (4) the . Nutrition for Developing Countries (Oxford Medical Publications) 2nd Edition. by Felicity Savage King (Author), Ann Burgess (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important? ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. 5/5(1). World-leading Genetic Evaluation and Improvement for the Australian Beef Industry Robert Banks. AGBU. • EBVs must be relevant to Australian production systems, markets and cattle composite development, stimulates within -breed selection. PROGRESS IN DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A STRATEGY FOR COMMERCIALISATION OF DNA MARKER TECHNOLOGY FOR THE AUSTRALIAN BEEF INDUSRTY R.G. Banks1, H. Burrow2 and H.-U. Graser3 Cooperative Research Centre fo r Beef Genetic Technologies 1MLA, c/- Animal Science, University of New England, Armidale

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Development strategies for genetic evaluation for beef production in developing countries. Canberra: Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource.

Several new technologies offer opportunities for beef production in developing countries of the southern hemisphere in the next few years. These include genomic evaluation methods, together with the development of statistical, bio-informatics, computational and Cited by: Project Methods Genetic variation among and within breeds, including allelic variation, provides a foundation for genetic improvement through selection and for management of genetic effects through crossbreeding (or mating) systems.

Improvement of production efficiency and sustainability of beef cattle and sheep production systems are dependent on greater knowledge of genetic effects on.

opportunities for beef production in developing countries in next few years. These include – recording and improvement, – genomic evaluation methods, together with – the development of statistical, – bio-informatics, – computational and – geographical information system technologies.

The international evaluation strategies were a) an animal model on raw performance data with non unity genetic correlations and heterogeneous residual and genetic variances across countries; b.

This Book Chapter is brought to you for free and open access by the Humane Society Institute for Science and Policy. It has been accepted for inclusion Total meat production for develop-ing countries in is expected to reach million metric tons; for The State of Meat Production in Developing Countries: total production.

Strategies for sustainable development of animal agriculture - an FAO perspective. by V.M. Timon. INTRODUCTION. The sustainable development of animal agriculture, across the many different ecoregions or agroecological zones that are found in the developing countries, poses many fundamental challenges; challenges to the primary users of livestock, to their extension, research and support.

(b) The production response. Global livestock production has increased substantially since the s. Beef production has more than doubled, while over the same time chicken meat production has increased by a factor of nea made up of increases in both number of animals and productivity (figure 1).Carcass weights increased by about 30 per cent for both chicken and beef cattle Cited by: A total of SNP markers were used to conduct an association analysis for the 5 growth traits and SC.

The basic descriptive statistics for all significant SNP marker effect were summarized in Table numbers of significant (p Cited by: ABSTRACT: National beef cattle genetic evaluation programs have evolved in the United States over the last 35 yr to create important tools that are part of sustain-able breeding programs.

Weaning weights from 83 Limousin calves born between and in France and the Trans-Tasman block (Australia/New Zealand) were analysed to compare different strategies for running an international genetic evaluation for the breed. These records were a subset of the complete data for both countries and comprised a sample of herds that had recorded progeny of sires used Cited by: 6.

The international evaluation strategies were a) an animal model on raw performance data with non unity genetic correlations and heterogeneous residual and genetic variances across countries; b) the same animal model applied to pre-corrected (for fixed effects) performance data; and c) a sire model on de-regressed proofs (MACE).Cited by: 6.

The Limousin breed has been developing in several countries for the last four decades, but the genetic evaluation of seed stock is usually performed within country. Increasingly, breeders are seeking to compare domestic and foreign seed stock in order to enlarge the choice of animals that best t their own selection by: 6.

strategies in beef production systems tend to be poorer, especially in com-mercial populations. Sire recording is also generally poor in many beef production systems especially where multi-sire mating is practiced. Lower-margin business model Development of a.

Wairuna Homestead is a heritage-listed homestead at Wairuna Road, Wairuna, Tablelands Region, Queensland, was built in s by Harold and Norman Johnston.

It is also known as Wairuna Station Homestead and Cemetery. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 9 August Architectural style(s): Modernism. Territorial Distribution of Beef Cattle. Continental Argentina is 2, km 2, with large areas recognized as naturally suitable for extensive beef cattle are produced in all of continental Argentina (latitudes 21°48′ to 50°01′ S) through very diverse ecological regions with huge differences in climate, soils, and by: National Beef Cattle Evaluation Consortium (NBCEC) White Paper - Delivering Genomics.

Technology to the Beef Industry. Introduction. Artificial selection of cattle has been practiced for centuries using a variety of methods and tools.

Early selection was based on visual observations that eventually lead to the development of breeds. The better use of information leads to an increase in accuracies compared to a linear analysis.

The new accuracy procedure for calving ease will be used for the spring American Simmental genetic evaluation. Impacts (N/A) Publications.

Progress 01/01/93 to 12/30/93 Outputs Genetic evaluation of animals for genetic merit is an ongoing. "Design of Breeding Program Workshop Notes International Workshop on Development Strategies for Genetic Evaluation for Beef Prodcution in Developing Countries" July Khon Kaen, Thailand.

Johnston, D.J. "Improving marbling by genetics." In Armidale Feeder Steer School Conference Proceedings Armidale Aust, pp Johnston, D. The “Livestock genomics for developing countries standing committee” conducted a workshop as part of the ISAG Conference. This aim was to highlight the economic, social and environmental benefits that genetic and genomic technologies can deliver to livestock production.

fat production as a main breeding objective for EEC countries, where a1l.y 18 percent of milk is consumed liquid. He suggested the same principle might 8R>ly in developing countries.

However, the value of fat would be lower in ~tries. where a higher proportion of liquid. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development ISSN (Paper) ISSN (Online) Vol.5, No, Development. DEVELOPING AND MANAGING SMALL HERD OF BEEF CATTLE Introductions Beef production is a large and important segment of South African farming.

Beef farming works well with other agricultural enterprises like grain (in particular), orchard, vegetable, or other crop operations. Cattle can make efficient use of feed. A review of the genetic improvement of beef cattle and sheep in the UK, with special reference to the potential for genomics Project number: Lead contractor: AbacusBio Limited Start & end date: 01 September – 31 March The Problem: EBLEX (and previously MLC), through Signet Breeding Services and direct investment in R&D.

multiple breed genetic evaluations and on experiences gained in the application of these models to beef cattle evaluations in the U.S. It will conclude with a description of the plan for expanding multiple breed evaluations being proposed by the National Beef Cattle Evaluation Consortium (NBCEC).

MODELING The genesis of models to analyze data from. The paper is initiated to design appropriate conservation strategies and breeding scheme for Fogera cattle breed that will be used as a guide for other Ethiopian indigenous cattle breed.

Two types of data, on-farm and on-station, were used; the on-farm data was collected from three districts, namely, Fogera, Dera, and Bahir Dar Zuria; those are expected as the home of the breed.

A total of Cited by: 1. and direct priorities for the development of new trait genetic evaluations, selection indexes and tools for breeders and buyers of performance recorded males, as well as provide the impetus to establish a new focus (maternal) and approach (commercial sire evaluation in File Size: 2MB.

Steane DE, Wagner H, Khumnirdpetch V () Sustainable management of beef cattle and buffalo genetic resources in Asia. In ‘Development strategies for genetic evaluation for beef production in developing countries’.

(Eds Jack Allen, Ancharlie Na-Chiangmai) ACIAR Proceedings pp. –Cited by: 9. “Genetic evaluation for Angus and for the industry has been instrumental in breed improvement and beef cattle improvement,” says Jarold Callahan, president of Express Ranches, Yukon, OK.

“I’m concerned that we’ve lost opportunity, even if the American Angus. Productivity is a powerful tool to improve the sustainability of food production, including beef, in the face of a growing population and increasing food demand.

This checkoff-funded fact sheet explains how the global impact of beef production could likely be dramatically reduced if other countries could achieve the same productivity as U.S. The National Beef Cattle Evaluation Consortium (NBCEC) is an organization of researchers, educators, producers and industry leaders focused on genetic evaluation of beef cattle.

Its mission is to advance U.S. beef genetics, increase the sustainability and competitiveness of the beef industry, and provide consumers with affordable and healthy beef products.

production is under threat, with growing threats to genetic diversity and the degradation of land and water resources. Agriculture improves food security in many ways, most fundamentally by increasing the amount of food but also by providing the means to purchase food.

the main South American beef producer/exporter countries: Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Uruguay. Genetic evaluations are in place in these countries for the main beef breeds. Given the complexity of climates and production environments a large number of bos taurus and bos indicus breeds and composites are used.

genetic evaluation of beef cattle. Use of artificial insemination, improved statistical analyses and more powerful computers allow comparisons of animals across herds.

The first national beef sire summary in the U.S. was published by the American Simmental Association in and included 13 Author: D.M. Marshall. International and national genetic evaluation of beef cattle - validation of national genetic evaluation models Jenny Ahlqvist Department of Animal Breeding and Genetics Examensarbete Uppsala Master’s Thesis, 30 HEC Agriculture programme – Animal Science.

Three major groups of beef cattle farmers therefore co-exist in South Africa. These groups consist of: The commercial beef producer (mostly white farmers), where production is relatively high and comparable with developed countries ; The emerging black beef cattle farmer, who own or lease land.

tween the two countries was estimated by a genetic correlation of f (14). Therefore, strategies involving importation of genetic ma- terial from the US or other temperate countries should be evaluated. The objective in this paper is to evaluate genetically breeding strategies for Zimbabwe.

milk to beef production, because intensive feeding leads to an early rity and a high fat content in the carcass. Due to commcercial terminal crosses with beef breeds the number of di ted expressions of beef traits is reduced in the dual purpose breed (HAM and McCLINTOCK, ).

• Genetic improvement programs in in developing countries and countries with economies in transition – Case Studies Developing countries – diverse genetic base, multiple uses, livestock linked to livelihoods • • Evaluation of production system alternatives: compare specific feeding strategies, health care options, germplasm.

genetic conservation programs in developing countries are not effective confounded by different challenges.

Different factors are responsible for the loss of animal genetic resources. As a matter of facts, the issue of animal genetic resources in developing countries reflects the theory of the chicken –the egg paradox in the sense that File Size: 1MB. Texas Adapted Genetic Strategies for Beef Cattle IX: Selection for Carcass Merit Stephen P.

Hammack* M ore cattle are being marketed on carcass merit. This has prompted greater interest in breeding and feeding cattle that produce de-sirable carcasses.

Improving carcass merit starts with ge-netic selection—choosing parents based on carcass traits.asian development bank, diversification, gender equality, inclusiveness, increases in income and employment, livestock, sector assistance, program evaluation, nepal, policy and institutional reform Director General H.

S. Rao, Independent Evaluation Department (IED) Director R. Adhikari, Independent Evaluation Division 1, IEDFile Size: 1MB.AGBU contributes to genetic improvement in the beef industry through research aimed at helping breeders and producers identify animals with the best genes for profitable beef production, and to make the best use of those animals in cost-effective bull-breeding and commercial production enterprises.