Volume 64, Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production


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Presidential Address 2003: The New Zealand Society of Animal Production - another 20 years, C, Morrow , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.1-4, (2004)
Decreased gene expression of integrins in epithelial cells during mammary engorgement, K, Singh, J Dobson, K Stelwagen, CG Prosser, VC Farr, A Molenaar, and SR Davis , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.11-13, (2004)
Sheep nutrition, fetal growth and human health, JE, Harding, FH Bloomfield, and MH Oliver , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.17-18, (2004)
Growth and development contract session, AB, Pleasants , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.17, (2004)
Mechanisms linking the somatotropic axis with insulin: Lessons from the postpartum dairy cow, MC, Lucy , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.19-23, (2004)
Fetal programming of postnatal phenotype and obesity - experimental evidence from biomedical research, SO, Krechowec, MH Vickers, and BH Breier , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.24-29, (2004)
The effect of pre-calving and post-calving nutritional regimes on calf birth weight and pre-weaning growth, CA, Morris, DC Smeaton, and AB Pleasants , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.36-38, (2004)
Red deer as a novel ruminant model for nutritional and genetic influences on maternal expression of foetal and neonatal growth, GW, Asher, JA Archer, and DR Stevens , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.39-42, (2004)
Expression of the tight junction protein zonula occludens-1 during mammary engorgement, CV, Cooper, K Stelwagen, K Singh, VC Farr, CG Prosser, and SR Davis , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.43-47, (2004)
Influence of feeding level after drying off on incidence of mastitis and keratin plug formation in dairy cows, EL, Summers, SJ Lacy-Hulbert, JH Williamson, and BP Sugar , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.48-52, (2004)
Efficacy of pre-mating supplementation with mono propylene glycol on reproductive performance of cows in commercial dairy herds, GE, Tunon, VK Taufa, CR Burke, CW Holmes, and LM Chagas , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.53-57, (2004)
Is lithium a candidate to modify rutting behaviour in stags?, MF, Prouting, AM Nicol, and MJ Keeley , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.58-62, (2004)
A split night photoperiod does not mimic effects of a long-day photoperiod on growth in weaner red deer stags, V, Crowley, GK Barrell, and MJ Keeley , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.63-66, (2004)
The effect on sheep reproduction of grazing willow fodder blocks during drought, DW, Pitta, TN Barry, N Lopez-Villalobos, and PD Kemp , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.67-71, (2004)
Can we use change in core body temperature to evaluate stress in sheep?, NJ, Beausoleil, KJ Stafford, and DJ Mellor , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.72-76, (2004)
Dairy technology contract session, , Anonymous , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.77, (2004)
Landcorp Farming Lecture : Nutritional opportunities for longer-term, sustainable, ruminant production, JC, MacRae , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.77-83, (2004)
The process and technologies of gene discovery to application in dairy cattle, RG, Snell , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.83-85, (2004)
What the bovine genome project means to New Zealand, JC, McEwan, and AM Crawford , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.86-91, (2004)
Friesian Jersey crossbred trial: Generating phenotypes for the discovery of quantitative trait loci, RJ, Spelman, JD Hooper, G Stanley, SA Kayis, and S Harcourt , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.92-95, (2004)
Future genetic progress of dairy cattle in New Zealand, WA, Montgomerie , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.96-100, (2004)
Pasture biotechnology - not as you know it, KM, Elborough, and Z Hanley , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.101-104, (2004)
Advances in maize silage genetics and crop management and the impact on the NZ dairy industry, RJ, Densley, ID Williams, DB Miller, DW Densley, and DA Sapienza , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.105-109, (2004)
Heritability of puberty traits in dairy heifers in commercial herds, CA, Morris, and SM Hickey , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.115-117, (2004)
Use of breeding values for live weight to calculate individual live weight targets for dairy heifers, JR, Bryant, CW Holmes, N Lopez-Villalobos, LR McNaughton, IM Brookes, GA Verkerk, and JE Pryce , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.118-121, (2004)
Mate selection to control inbreeding and maximise farm profit of commercial dairy cattle, N, Lopez-Villalobos, BL Harris, and JE Pryce , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.122-126, (2004)
Genetic and phenotypic relationships between milk protein percentage, reproductive performance and body condition score in New Zealand dairy cattle, BL, Harris, and JE Pryce , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.127-131, (2004)
Phenotypic attributes of postpartum ovulation and other fertility measures in Friesian-Jersey crossbred cows, KM, Sanders, R Bennett, and R Spelman , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.132-137, (2004)
Factors affecting non-return rate in dairy cattle, DL, Johnson , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.138-139, (2004)
Effect of timing of insemination of dairy cows with liquid semen relative to the observation of oestrus, R, Vishwanath, J Melis, DL Johnson, and ZZ Xu , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.140-142, (2004)
Relationship between intramammary infection and teat characteristics, MG, Lopez-Benavides, JH Williamson, JB Walters, and JGH Hickford , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.147-149, (2004)
Effects of a commercial feed containing conjugated linoleic acid on the production of milk components and the value of milk, PJ, Back, and N Lopez-Villalobos , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.150-154, (2004)
Fumarate reduces methane production from pasture fermented in continuous culture, ES, Kolver, PW Aspin, GN Jarvis, KM Elborough, and JR Roche , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.155-159, (2004)
Condensed tannins in birdsfoot trefoil (Lotus corniculatus) reduce methane emissions from dairy cows, SL, Woodward, GC Waghorn, and PG Laboyrie , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.160-164, (2004)
The effect of grain supplementation on the faecal pH of horses maintained on pasture, CW, Rogers, B Eastwood, EK Gee, and EC Firth , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.165-170, (2004)
The effect of sward height during pregnancy on wool grown by ewes rearing twins or triplets, RG, Sherlock, N Torbatinejad, PR Kenyon, and ST Morris , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.171-174, (2004)
Manipulating lamb birth weight and survival rate in singletons born to hoggets, PR, Kenyon, ST Morris, DM West, KJ Stafford, RA Corner, K Ottema, and DL Burnham , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.175-178, (2004)
Economical analysis of year round lamb production, PCH, Morel, PR Kenyon, and ST Morris , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.179-182, (2004)
The effect of ewe nutrition on maternal behaviour score and litter survival, JM, Everett-Hincks, HT Blair, KJ Stafford, and N Lopez-Villalobos , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.188-191, (2004)
Effect of ergot alkaloids on liveweight gain and urine lysergol level in ewe hoggets and heifers, DL, Layton, LR Fletcher, AJ Litherland, MG Scannell, J Sprosen, CJ Hoogendoorn, and MG Lambert , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.192-196, (2004)
Ill-thrift in young growing cattle and sheep, AJ, Litherland, DL Layton, CJ Boom, TL Knight, M Hyslop, MG Lambert, and TL Cook , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.197-202, (2004)
Formation and excretion of phenol flavour compounds in sheep, K, Fraser, GA Lane, NM Schreurs, MH Tavendale, RG Keogh, MR Kirk, and WC McNabb , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.203-207, (2004)
A survey of goat meat acceptability in Japan, T, Ozawa, N Lopez-Villalobos, and HT Blair , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.208-211, (2004)
Comparison of two-stage selection breeding programmes for terminal sire sheep, NB, Jopson, PR Amer, and JC McEwan , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.212-216, (2004)
Hogget mating in New Zealand - a survey, PR, Kenyon, ST Morris, NR Perkins, and DM West , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.217-222, (2004)
Effect of precalving feeding level on the milk production of grazing dairy cows, JR, Roche, JK Kay, ES Kolver, PW Aspin, J Lee, B Sugar, and AR Napper , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.227-231, (2004)
Modelling farm systems with once-a-day milking, PC, Beukes, BS Thorrold, ME Wastney, CC Palliser, and DA Clark , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.237-240, (2004)
Remote automatic selection of cows for milking in a pasture-based automatic milking system, J, Jago, K Bright, P Copeman, K Davis, A Jackson, I Ohnstad, R Wieliczko, and M Woolford , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.241-245, (2004)
Embryo transfer for improved feed conversion efficiency in cattle, DC, Smeaton, ML Scott, RW Webby, L McGowan, C Cameron, and A Brooky , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.246-251, (2004)
Factors associated with calving difficulty in embryo transfer mated cattle, DC, Smeaton, ML Scott, RW Webby, C Cameron, L McGowan, and A Brooky , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.252-256, (2004)
The effect of weaning date, gastro-intestinal nematode challenge and nutrition on beef calf growth, CJ, Boom, GW Sheath, and A Vlassoff , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.257-261, (2004)
Gross margin analyses of using cloned embryos in cattle, DC, Smeaton, SJR Woodward, DN Wells, and JF Smith , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.262-267, (2004)
Measuring short periods of wool fibre growth using radiolabelling, DR, Scobie , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.268-271, (2004)
Are elevated maternal thyroid hormone concentrations after-mid-pregnancy shearing responsible for changes in lamb fleece characteristics?, PR, Kenyon, RG Sherlock, and ST Morris , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.272-276, (2004)
Zinc dipping can help reduce wool yellowing, TC, Reid, and RA Urquhart , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.277-281, (2004)
Dark fibre content of some New Zealand export wool consignments, TC, Reid, and RA Urquhart , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.282-285, (2004)
Relation between sweating and wool yellowing in Merino and Romney sheep, RMW, Sumner, MG Ashby, and AJ Craven , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.286-292, (2004)
Justifying the appropriate length for docking lambs' tails - a review of the literature, MW, Fisher, NG Gregory, JE Kent, DR Scobie, DJ Mellor, and JC Pollard , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.293-296, (2004)
Flystrike in lambs selected for resistance or susceptibility to ryegrass staggers, when challenged with high or low endophyte pastures, SR, Young, DR Scobie, CA Morris, and NC Amyes , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.297-299, (2004)
Resilience to nematode parasite challenge in industry and AgResearch selection flocks, CA, Morris, NC Amyes, SA Bisset, and AD Mackay , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 64, Hamilton, p.300-303, (2004)