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Genomics approaches to improve productivity in cattle

 

This project area seeks to use genomic information to accelerate genetic gain and enable new management strategies (particularly for extensive for Northern Australian Beef cattle operations). Analysis of large genomic data sets will enable genomic predictions for key traits which drive profitability and affect market share, (e.g. fertility and meat quality), and for resistance to diseases which compromise productivity in Northern Australia.

 

Please contact Ben Hayes if you are interested.




Queensland Alliance for Food and Agriculture and Innovation,

University of Queensland

St Lucia     

b.hayes@uq.edu.au

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