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Dairy cattle require healthy, functional udders to produce high-quality food for human consumption. Consumers also expect their food to be produced in a manner that safeguards animal health and welfare. Clinical and subclinical mastitis are the most frequent and costly diseases associated with...

Author(s)
Cole, J. B.; Egger-Danner, C.; Bradley, A. J.; Gengler, N.; Heringstad, B.; Pryce, J. E.; Stock, K. F.
Publisher
International Committee for Animal Recording (ICAR), Rome, Italy
Citation
ICAR Technical Series, 2017, No.21, pp 151-156
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Metabolic stability or resistance to metabolic diseases can be improved by genetic selection. Strategies include direct selection based on clinically observed traits, and indirect selection using indicators or predictors of metabolic diseases. The most prevalent metabolic diseases in dairy cattle,...

Author(s)
Heringstad, B.; Pryce, J. E.; Gaddis, K. L. P.; Koeck, A.; Bastin, C.; Abdelsayed, M.; Gengler, N.; Miglior, F.; Egger-Danner, C.; Stock, K. F.; Bradley, A. J.; Cole, J. B.
Publisher
International Committee for Animal Recording (ICAR), Rome, Italy
Citation
ICAR Technical Series, 2017, No.21, pp 171-176
Abstract

The correlated response in health problems as a result of selection for increased milk yield is illustrated by results from a Norwegian selection experiment. The genetic difference between groups selected for high and low milk yield, respectively, was equivalent to 3.1 percent clinical mastitis...

Author(s)
Heringstad, B.; Klemetsdall, G.; Steine, T.
Publisher
Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen, Netherlands
Citation
Performance recording of animals: state of the art 2002. Proceedings of the 33rd Biennial Session of ICAR, Interlaken, Switzerland, 26-31 May, 2002, 2003, pp 47-53