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12017Optimising the proportion of selection candidates measured for feed intake for a beef cattle breeding objective that includes methane emissionsCottle, David ; Van Der Werf, Julius H 8-Jan-2018
22017Peripheral cellular and humoral responses to infestation with the cattle tick 'Rhipicephalus microplus' in Santa Gertrudis cattlePiper, E K; Jonsson, N N; Gondro, Cedric ; Vance, M E; Lew-Tabor, A; Jackson, L A8-Feb-2017
32017Genetic correlations between wool traits and carcass traits in Merino sheepMortimer, S I; Hatcher, S; Ponnampalam, E N; Pearce, K L; Pethick, D W; Fogarty, N M; Van Der Werf, Julius H ; Brown, D J; Swan, A; Jacob, R H; Geesink, G H; Hopkins, D L; Edwards, J E Hocking13-Feb-2018
42017Genomic estimation of additive and dominance effects and impact of accounting for dominance on accuracy of genomic evaluation in sheep populationsMoghaddar, Nasir ; Van Der Werf, Julius H 19-Jan-2018
52017Genetic parameters for wool traits, live weight, and ultrasound carcass traits in Merino sheepMortimer, S I; Hatcher, S; Fogarty, N M; Van Der Werf, Julius H ; Brown, Daniel ; Swan, Andrew ; Greeff, J C; Refshauge, G; Edwards, J E Hocking; Gaunt, G M13-Feb-2018
62017Live animal assessments of rump fat and muscle score in Angus cows and steers using 3-dimensional imagingMcPhee, Malcolm J ; Walmsley, Bradley J ; Skinner, B; Littler, B; Siddell, J; Cafe, L; Wilkins, J F; Oddy, Hutton ; Alempijevic, A5-Jun-2018
72017What does the 'closed herd' really mean for Australian breeding companies and their customers?Bunter, Kim L ; Hermesch, Susanne 5-Jun-2018
82017Impact of young ewe fertility rate on risk and genetic gain in sheep-breeding programs using genomic selectionNewton, J E; Brown, Daniel ; Dominik, Sonja ; Van Der Werf, Julius H 17-Jul-2017
92017Increased genetic gains in multi-trait sheep indices using female reproductive technologies combined with optimal contribution selection and genomic breeding values.Granleese, Tom ; Clark, Sam ; Swan, Andrew ; Van Der Werf, Julius H 26-Sep-2017
102017Poorer lifetime growth performance of gilt progeny compared with sow progeny is largely due to weight differences at birth and reduced growth in the preweaning period, and is not improved by progeny segregation after weaningCraig, J R; Collins, C L; Bunter, Kim L ; Cottrell, J J; Dunshea, F R; Pluske, J R5-Jun-2018