Several scientists from CDCB and USDA AGIL co-authored papers presented during the 2022 ADSA meeting in June 19-22 in Kansas City. CDCB staff and previous interns who presented at ADSA included Fiona Guinan, Sydney Jewell, Rodrigo Mota, and Duane Norman.
Genetic trends, generation interval, and inbreeding changes since the implementation of genomic selection in US dairy cattle.
F. Guinan, G. Wiggans, D. Norman, J. Dürr, J. Cole, C. Van Tassell, I. Misztal, A. Cesarani, and D. Lourenco
Genetic gains for milk traits from various genetic evaluation methods.
H. D. Norman, F. L. Guinan, and J. W. Durr
Mixed-model GWAS on milk production traits of 1.16M genotyped Holstein cattle.
J. Jiang, J. Cheng, C. Maltecca, L. Ma, P. M. VanRaden, and J. R. O’Connell
SLEMM: Million-scale genomic best linear unbiased predictions with window-based SNP weighting.
J. Cheng, C. Maltecca, P. Vanraden, J. O’Connell, L. Ma, and J. Jiang
Single-step genomic evaluation of crossbreed dairy cattle in the US.
A. Cesarani, D. Lourenco, S. Tsuruta, A. Legarra, E. L. Nicolazzi, P. M. VanRaden, and I. Misztal
Evidence of selection against recessive defects
H. D. Norman, D. J. Null, and P. M. VanRaden
Changes in herd statistics for dairy cattle in the US.
F. L. Guinan, G. R. Wiggans, H. D. Norman, J. B. Cole, T. M. McWhorter, J. W. Dürr, and D. Lourenco
Indicators of udder health as predictors of subsequent lactation performance.
S. Jewell, H. Norman, and K. Parker Gaddis
Accuracy of genomic predictions including or excluding foreign data in reference populations.
R. R. Mota and P. M. VanRaden
Estimates of genetic parameters for feeding behavior traits and its association with feed efficiency in Holstein cows.
L. Cavani, W. E. Brown, K. L. Parker Gaddis, R. J. Tempelman, M. J. VandeHaar, H. M. White, F. Peñagaricano, and K. A. Weigel
Improved, expanded, and automated ancestor discovery.
D. J. Null, G. R. Wiggans, E. O.O Ogwo, and P. M. VanRaden
Current state of inbreeding, genetic diversity, and selection history in all major breeds of US dairy cattle.
E. A. Lozada-Soto*1 , C. Maltecca, J. B. Cole, P. M. VanRaden, and F. Tiezzi
Functional annotation of regulatory elements in cattle genome during rumen development.
Flexible testing and use of milk-only records.
P. M. VanRaden, G. C. Fok, L. R. Bacheller, G. B. Jansen, and J. A. Carrillo
Phenotypic and genotypic impact of milk components and bodyweight composite on dry matter intake
S. Toghiani, P. M. VanRaden, K. L. Gaddis, M. J. VandeHaar, and R. J. Tempelman
The increasing popularity of embryo transfer has implications for US dairy cattle fertility evaluations.
A.M. Miles, J. L. Hutchison, and P. M. VanRaden