Browsing by Author Pitchford, W S

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Publication DateTitleAuthor(s)Date Added
2018Divergent breeding values for fatness or residual feed intake in Angus cattle. 4. Fat EBVs' influence on fatness fluctuation and supplementary feeding requirementsAccioly, J M; Copping, K J; Deland, M P B; Hebart, M L; Herd, R M ; Lee, S J; Jones, F M; Laurence, M; Speijers, E J; Walmsley, B J ; Pitchford, W S20-Jun-2019
2018Divergent breeding values for fatness or residual feed intake in Angus cattle. 5. Cow genotype affects feed efficiency and maternal productivityHebart, M L; Accioly, J M; Copping, K J; Deland, M P B; Herd, R M ; Jones, F M; Laurence, M; Lee, S J; Lines, D S; Speijers, E J; Walmsley, B J ; Pitchford, W S20-Jun-2019
2018Divergent genotypes for fatness or residual feed intake in Angus cattle. 7. Low-fat and low-RFI cows produce more liveweight and better gross margins than do high-fat and high-RFI cows when managed under the same conditionsAnderton, L; Accioly, J M; Copping, K J; Deland, M P B; Hebart, M L; Herd, R M ; Jones, F M; Laurence, M; Lee, S J; Speijers, E J; Walmsley, B J ; Pitchford, W S20-Jun-2019
2015Extended Cow Liveweight Modelling for Beef Cattle Breeding ObjectivesWalmsley, Bradley J ; Wolcott, Matthew L ; Pitchford, W S; Johnston, David ; Barwick, Stephen 20-May-2016
2016The impact of selecting for increased ewe fat level on reproduction and its potential to reduce supplementary feeding in a commercial composite flockWalkom, Samuel ; Brien, F D; Hebart, M L; Pitchford, W S28-Apr-2017
2018A review of factors influencing key biological components of maternal productivity in temperate beef cattleWalmsley, B J ; Lee, S J; Parnell, P F; Pitchford, W S21-Jun-2019
2016Season and reproductive status rather than genetic factors influence change in ewe weight and fat over time. 4. Genetic relationships of ewe weight and fat score with fleece, reproduction and milk traitsWalkom, Samuel ; Brien, F D; Hebart, M L; Fogarty, N M; Hatcher, S; Pitchford, W S3-May-2017
2015Selection For Reduced Mature Cow Weight Should Not Reduce Body Condition Unless Accompanied By Selection For Increased FatPitchford, W S; Lee, S J; Donoghue, K ; Walmsley, Bradley J 20-May-2016
2014Situation Analysis for the Performance Recording of Australian Meat GoatsAldridge, M; Brown, Daniel ; Hooke, T; Pitchford, W S4-May-2015
2009Some consequences of selection for residual feed intake in beef cattleLines, David; Wolcott, Matthew Lee ; Pitchford, W S; Bottema, C D K; Herd, R M; Oddy, Hutton 8-Jun-2010