13th World Conference 2012, ¦ Canada
Title: 'Holsteins Today for a Better Tomorrow'.
- 2012 Welcome Address: WHFF President, Egbert Feddersen.
- 00 2012 An Overview of Canada: Holstein Canada President, Glen McNeil
- 01 2012 Genomic Developments: Past, Present, Future -_Didier Boichard.
- 02_2012 What's Coming Next in Genomics? - Ben Hayes.
- 03_2012 Inbreeding Using Genomics and How it can Help. - Flavio Schenkel.
- 04 2012 How Genomics is Changing Business and Service Associations. - Josef Pott.
- 05_2012 Selection and Application - Making More Profitable Holsteins. - Marjorie Faust.
- 06_2012 Reliable Genomic Evaluations Across Breeds and Borders. - Sander De Roos.
- 07_2012 Transition Cow Index. - Ken Nordlund.
- 08_2012 Potential Market Value of Reproductive Technologies. - Sven Koenig.
- 09_2012 Advances in Natural Heat Detection. - Claire Ponsart.
- 10_2012 The Role of Genetics in a Foot Health Program.- Gerard Cramer.
- 11_2012 Combating Johne's Disease Using Management & Genetics. - Michael Collins.
- 12_2012 Selection For Disease Resistance. - Gert Aamand,
- 13_2012 Environmentally Friendly Cows - Reducing our Environmental Hoof Print, - Paul Boettcher.
- 14_2012 Role of Breed Societies in Sustaining the Industry for Future Generations. - Lucy Andrews.
- 15_2012 What Dairy's Next Generation Needs for Succession Sucess. - Elaine Froese.
- 16_2012 Using Milk to Test for Health and Reproductive Status. - Neil Petreny.
- 17_2012 Capitalizing on Mid Infrared to Improve Nutritional and Environmental Quality Milk. - Nicolas Gengler.
- 18_2012 Using Milk Analyses to Improve Herd Management. - Tove Asmussen.
28th European Holstein and Red Holstein Conference, 2009 | Turkey
12th World Holstein Conference, 2008 | Ireland
Title: 'From Grass to Glass'
- A Nutritional Solution to match the performance and profit potential of genetically improved Holsteins | Prof D Beever
- Automating Heat Detection | Dr. E Harty
- Breeding Functional Cows | Dr G Atkins
- Components & Auxiliary traits of dairy cow fertility. The Genetic View | Prof H Swalve
- Data For Breeding Profitable Holstein Friesians | Dr B Wickham
- Deliverying Nutritional Solutions to Prevent Metabolic Disorders | Dr M Kavanagh
- Genomic Selection | Mr R Spellman
- Herd Health approach to dairy cow nutrition and production diseases of the transition cow | Dr F Mulligan
- Improving Fertility through Management and Genetics | Dr T Lawlor
- Integrated IT solutions in-between farm management systems and global holstein breedings | Dr S Rensing
- Ireland and Irish Agriculture | Mr M Dowling
- Irish Holsteins | Mr K Dillon
- Organising a Database for an Emerging Herdbook | Dr L Diz
- To Sex or Not To Sex, That is the Question | Mr P Baison
- Welcome to the Conference | Mr Keith Flaman, President of WHFF
- Where Science and the Show Ring meet | Dr D Corridan
27th European Holstein and Red Holstein Conference, 2007 | Denmark
- Welcome to Denmark
- Farming and milk production in Denmark
- Holsteins in Denmark
- Registration on farm level
- When a dairy farmer becomes a manager
- Status and perspectives on international genetic
- Challenges and consequences of changed management
- Building up health registrations
- Improvements for feet and legs using new recording procedures
- Using Conformational Anatomy to Identify Functionality in Dairy Cows
- The future of Dairy Cattle Nucleus Breeding
- Breeding goals
- Sustainable breeding goals
26th European Holstein and Red Holstein Conference, 2005 | Czech Republic
- Breeding value estimation of the functional traits | J. H. Jakobsen, F. Fikse, and T. Mark, Interbull Centre, Uppsala, Sweden
- The development and breeding of Holstein cattle in the Czech Republic | J. Motycka, Holstein Cattle Breeders´ Association of the Czech Republic
- Breeding in Europe under the competition at the global market (breeding goal, inbreeding) | N. Bo, A. I. Centre Dansire, Ebeltoftvej 16, Assentoft, DK 8900 Randers, Denmark
- Genetic resistance and diseases | J. Detilleux. University of Liege, Veterinary Faculty, B43,Bld de Colonster, 4000 Liege, Belgium
- Genetic markers in breeding programs | T. Druet1, S. Fritz2, J.J. Colleau1, M. Gautier3, A. Eggen3, M.N. Rossignol4, M.Y. Boscher4, A. Malafosse2, D. Boichard1, 1 Station de Génétique Quantitative et Appliquée - INRA, 78352 Jouy-en-Josas, France, 2 UNCEIA, 75595 Paris, France, 3 Laboratoire de Génétique biochimique et Cytogénétique -INRA, 78352 Jouy-en-Josas, France, 4 GIE Labogena, 78352 Jouy-en-Josas, France
- Body condition score, an extra service from hedbook organisation for farmers and cattle improvement | G. de Jong, NRS, The Netherlands
- New Ways of Data Recording and Genetic Evaluation for Functional Traits | S. Rensing, Vereinigte Informationssysteme Tierhaltung (VIT), Heideweg 1, D-27283, Verden, Germany
- Relationship between production and reproduction | DC Wathes, N Bourne, J Brickell, A Swali and VJ Taylor. Reproduction and Development Group, Royal Veterinary College, Hawkshead Lane, North Mymms, Hatfield, Herts AL9 7TA, UK.
- Embryo technologies in dairy cattle | Galli C.(ab) and Lazzari G.
- Genetic Possibilities to Reduce Calf Mortality | M. Hansen. Danish Cattle Federation, Udkaersvej 15, Skejby, 8200 Århus N, Denmark