Breeding and Genetics Symposium: Joint Interbull/JAM Session: Use of genomics to improve limited and novel phenotypes in animal breeding

Section: Breeding and Genetics
Day/Time: Sunday 2:00 PM–5:00 PM
Location: Sebastian I-1/2/3
Chair: Alan G Fahey* and Hasan Khatib**, *University College Dublin, **University of Wisconsin
Sponsored by: Council on Dairy Cattle Breeding (CDCB)
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
2:00 PM
#15 The effect of genomic technologies in the selection of novel phenotypes in dairy crossbreeding programs.
Richard J. Spelman
2:30 PM
#16 Using genomic technologies to improve broiler health and production.
Rachel J. Hawken
3:00 PM
#17 Application of genomic technologies to improve feed efficiency traits in swine.
Kent A. Gray
3:30 PM
#18 The role of genomics in the development of novel phenotype-based products in the beef industry.
Matthew A. Cleveland
4:00 PM
#19 Using genomics to enhance selection of novel traits in North American dairy cattle.
Jacques P. Chesnais
4:30 PM
Panel Discussion