Volume 71, Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production


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Presidential Address 2010 - What will it take to feed the world and what is the role of New Zealand animal production in this?, PJ, Back , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.1-2, (2011)
The effect of three techniques of rumen pH assessment on measured pH of rumen fluid and digesta in an in vitro artificial rumen system, AM, Broomfield, and SJ Gibbs , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.9-12, (2011)
Fenbendazole as a possible marker of supplement intake in sheep, FJ, Fishpool, LP Kahn, DJ Tucker, JV Nolan, and RA Leng , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.13-16, (2011)
The effect of carbohydrate type on milk and milk component yields in early lactation dairy cows, RJ, Higgs, AJ Sheahan, K Mandok, and JR Roche , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.23-27, (2011)
Effect of pre-grazing herbage mass on grazing behaviour, grass dry matter intake and milk production of dairy cows, G, Tuñon, N Lopez-Villalobos, PD Kemp, E Kennedy, D Hennessy, and M O’donovan , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.28-32, (2011)
Effect of milking frequency and nutrition in early lactation on milk production and body condition in grazing dairy cows, JK, Kay, CVC Phyn, AG Rius, SR Morgan, TM Grala, and JR Roche , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.37-41, (2011)
BRIEF COMMUNICATION: Voluntary food intake of pregnant and non-pregnant red deer hinds during the gestating period, IC, Scott, GK Barrell, GW Asher, and JV Yuan , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.53-55, (2011)
BRIEF COMMUNICATION: The effects of dam nutrition during pregnancy on the growth of male offspring, K, Asmad, AM Paten, MFP Loureiro, PR Kenyon, SJ Pain, TJ Parkinson, WE Pomroy, I Scott, and HT Blair , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.59-61, (2011)
The association of ewe body condition score with weight of lamb weaned, HC, Mathias-Davis, GH Shackell, GJ Greer, and JM Everett-Hincks , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.62-65, (2011)
The incidence of goitre in newborn lambs from ewes fed fodder radish, rape or Italian ryegrass with or without iodine supplementation, HG, Judson, and GK Barrell , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.66-70, (2011)
Why is clover better than ryegrass?, AM, Nicol, and GR Edwards , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.71-78, (2011)
Is there any advantage of early weaning of twin lambs born to yearlings?, FJ, Mulvaney, ST Morris, PR Kenyon, PCH Morel, and DM West , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.79-82, (2011)
Dairy goat production systems in Waikato, New Zealand, J, Solis-ramirez, N Lopez-Villalobos, and HT Blair , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.86-91, (2011)
Production variables influencing the auction sales price of New Zealand Thoroughbred yearlings, K, Waldron, CW Rogers, EK Gee, and CF Bolwell , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.92-95, (2011)
Flexibility and climate risk management in high stocking rate dryland sheep farming systems, AC, Bywater, CM Logan, and GR Edwards , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.96-102, (2011)
Pasture growth and quality, and lamb growth rates in high stocking rate dryland sheep farming systems, AC, Bywater, CM Logan, GR Edwards, and JR Sedcole , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.103-108, (2011)
Are high breeding worth index cows more feed conversion efficient and nitrogen use efficient?, SL, Woodward, GC Waghorn, MA Bryant, and K Mandok , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.109-113, (2011)
An update on genetic parameters for facial eczema susceptibility in New Zealand dairy cattle, NG, Cullen, CA Morris, SM Hickey, and HV Henderson , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.117-121, (2011)
Selection decisions in Thoroughbred broodmares, CW, Rogers, and EK Gee , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.122-125, (2011)
Genetic analysis of incidence of recorded clinical lameness in New Zealand dairy cattle, AR, Chawala, N Lopez-Villalobos, JK Margerison, and RJ Spelman , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.126-130, (2011)
An economic appraisal of sex-sorted semen in New Zealand dairy herds, WH, McMillan, and MG Newman , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.131-135, (2011)
BRIEF COMMUNICATION: Phenotypic selection of cows for lactation persistency, SM, Hickey, K Singh, CA Morris, HV Henderson, and AJ Molenaar , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.136-138, (2011)
The importance of sustainable food production for our markets, M, Brown, and D Butler , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.149-152, (2011)
Continuing to increase productivity while maintaining our clean green image. Introductory remarks, JI, Kerslake , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.149, (2011)
The role of legislation in improving farm sustainability and how the New Zealand Government intends to incentivise the agricultural industry, EH, Van Reenen, and AH Pickering , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.152-156, (2011)
Can livestock production be increased without increasing greenhouse gas emissions?, GC, Waghorn , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.156-162, (2011)
The role of breeding in reducing sheep GHG intensity, CI, Ludemann, TJ Byrne, JA Sise, and PR Amer , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.162-167, (2011)
The challenges of animal wintering from a sustainability perspective, DE, Dalley , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.172-175, (2011)
The future for animal welfare science: Is there a clear direction or are we just responding to issues? Introductory remarks., M, Stewart , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.178, (2011)
Animal welfare policy and science - keeping up with a changing world, CE, O’connor, and KE Littin , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.178-181, (2011)
The welfare of extensively farmed livestock, MW, Fisher , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.181-185, (2011)
Heat stress in farm animals, KE, Schütz , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.185-189, (2011)
Painful husbandry procedures and methods of alleviation: a review, MA, Sutherland , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.189-194, (2011)
The welfare implications of dystocia in sheep and cattle, KJ, Stafford , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.194-197, (2011)
BRIEF COMMUNICATION: The effects of different forage types on lamb performance and meat quality, AW, Campbell, G Maclennan, HG Judson, S Lindsay, MR Behrent, A Mackie, and JI Kerslake , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.208-210, (2011)
BRIEF COMMUNICATION: Effect of red wine lees on lamb meat quality, AED, Bekhit, A Richardson, G Maclennan, S Lindsay, and C Grant , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.211-213, (2011)
Efficiency, cheese yield and carbon emissions of Holstein-Friesian, Jersey and crossbred cows: an overview, NW, Sneddon, N Lopez-Villalobos, and J Baudracco , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.214-218, (2011)
Is rumen retention time implicated in sheep differences in methane emission?, CS, Pinares-Patiño, SH Ebrahimi, JC McEwan, KG Dodds, H Clark, and D Luo , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.219-222, (2011)
The apparent digestibility of palm kernel expeller (PKE) consumed by pasture-fed sheep, JL, Burke, FN Dias, D Pacheco, N Lopez-Villalobos, and CW Holmes , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.223-228, (2011)
In vitro digestion of ryegrasses harvested in the morning and afternoon to manipulate water soluble carbohydrate concentration, D, Burke, JL Pacheco, and GP Cosgrove , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.229-233, (2011)
BRIEF COMMUNICATION: Evaluating rumen fluid from sheep and cattle as inoculum in a newly developed automated in vitro rumen batch culture system, S, Muetzel, CL Hunt, and MH Tavendale , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.240-242, (2011)
BRIEF COMMUNICATION: Arapawa: a novel New Zealand sheep breed of distinct origin, EA, Young, JW Kijas, R Mcculloch, DR Scobie, KM Mcrae, NK Pickering, KG Dodds, and JC McEwan , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.248-250, (2011)
Genetic and phenotypic relationships between flystrike indicator traits in a stud Merino flock, DR, Scobie, SM Hickey, DP Maslen, and GM Black , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.251-256, (2011)
Is there an association between dam live weight and litter structure in a flock of grazing Perendale sheep?, RMW, Sumner, HV Henderson, and AM Sheppard , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.257-262, (2011)
BRIEF COMMUNICATION: Genomic selection in the New Zealand Sheep industry using the Ovine SNP50 Beadchip, B, Auvray, KG Dodds, and JC McEwan , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.263-265, (2011)
Predicting the benefits of two stage genomic selection in young breeding rams, JA, Sise, EM Linscott, and PR Amer , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.266-269, (2011)
Raising lambs with intact tails to meet retailer welfare requirements: on farm feasibility and farmer perspectives, AR, Rogers, SK Dowling, and JR Webster , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.270-274, (2011)
BRIEF COMMUNICATION: Effects of handling during calf rearing on behavioural and physiological responses of one year-old dairy heifers, M, Stewart, G Worth, JR Webster, and KE Schütz , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.275-277, (2011)
BRIEF COMMUNICATION: Effect of gender and prior exposure on the intake and preference of sheep for plantain post-weaning, SJ, Pain, PR Kenyon, ST Morris, and PD Kemp , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.278-280, (2011)
Feeding behaviour differs between dairy calves selected for divergent feed conversion efficiency, TC, Green, GC Waghorn, NJ Beausoleil, and KA MacDonald , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.281-285, (2011)
Physical and physiological factors associated with twin- and triplet-born lamb heat production at 24 to 36 hours of age, JI, Kerslake, PR Kenyon, ST Morris, KJ Stafford, and PCH Morel , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.286-290, (2011)
Effect of sub-clinical uterine infection on plasma amino acid concentrations in early lactation dairy cows, T, Lopdell, MC Berg, MP Green, and PJ Back , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.291-295, (2011)
Sub-clinical uterine infection is associated with altered amino acid concentrations of follicular fluid in early lactation dairy cows, PJ, Back, T Lopdell, MC Berg, and MP Green , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.296-300, (2011)
Effect of condensed tannins from Pinus radiata bark on Trichostrongylus colubriformis larvae and adult worms in sheep, J, Chan, GC Waghorn, AL Molan, and IM Brookes , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.304-308, (2011)
Effect of wine lees on faecal egg count and lamb performance, AED, Bekhit, A Richardson, and C Grant , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.309-313, (2011)
Legend session: Forage secondary compounds; past, present and future, TN, Barry , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 71, Invercargill, p.314-321, (2011)