CDCB delivers the latest news on genetic improvement, research and U.S. evaluations through its monthly newsletter, dairy media, and events.

Event Recap: Conference on Lameness in Ruminants


September 14, 2022

Javier Burchard and Kristen Parker Gaddis presented initial project findings at the 21st International Symposium on Lameness in Ruminants, in August 2022, in Bloomington, Minnesota.

Publication: Genomic Selection in U.S. Dairy Cattle


September 9, 2022

Frontiers in Genetics published a review by George Wiggans and José Carrillo on September 9, 2022: Genomic Selection in U.S. Dairy Cattle.

August 2022 Evaluations: What’s New?


August 9, 2022

In addition to the Brown Swiss health traits, CDCB implemented three other changes in the August 9, 2022, triannual evaluations.

CDCB, AGIL Presentations at ADSA 2022


July 20, 2022

Several scientists from CDCB and USDA AGIL co-authored papers presented during the 2022 ADSA meeting in June 19-22 in Kansas City.

ADSA 2022: Genetic Perspectives


July 20, 2022

CDCB geneticists attending the 2022 American Dairy Science Association® annual meeting – in Kansas City and virtual – share their takeaways from the premier gathering of dairy scientists.

CDCB WebConnect Is Live!


May 23, 2022

On Monday, May 23, 2022, CDCB launched the new WebConnect platform – providing all the data you’ve counted on from CDCB – and more data, with more customization and user-friendly formats.

Reissue of April 2022 Holstein Genetic Information


April 12, 2022

New official U.S. genetic evaluations were released Tuesday, April 12 – replacing those initially released on April 5 for Holstein animals.

April 2022: Changes to Evaluation System

Ezequiel Nicolazzi

April 4, 2022

Three times a year, genetic evaluations are calculated for all the dairy animals in the U.S. database.

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