Morten Kargo

Organic dairy breeding lines? – Possibilities and Requirements

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Organic dairy breeding lines? – Possibilities and Requirements. / Kargo, Morten; Thomasen, Jørn Rind; Wallenbeck, Anna; Hjortø, Line; Slagboom, Margot.

2018. Paper presented at ICAR Conference and World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production 2018, Auckland, New Zealand.

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Harvard

Kargo, M, Thomasen, JR, Wallenbeck, A, Hjortø, L & Slagboom, M 2018, 'Organic dairy breeding lines? – Possibilities and Requirements', Paper presented at ICAR Conference and World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production 2018, Auckland, New Zealand, 11/02/2018 - 16/02/2018.

APA

Kargo, M., Thomasen, J. R., Wallenbeck, A., Hjortø, L., & Slagboom, M. (2018). Organic dairy breeding lines? – Possibilities and Requirements. Paper presented at ICAR Conference and World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production 2018, Auckland, New Zealand.

CBE

Kargo M, Thomasen JR, Wallenbeck A, Hjortø L, Slagboom M. 2018. Organic dairy breeding lines? – Possibilities and Requirements. Paper presented at ICAR Conference and World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production 2018, Auckland, New Zealand.

MLA

Kargo, Morten et al. Organic dairy breeding lines? – Possibilities and Requirements. ICAR Conference and World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production 2018, 11 Feb 2018, Auckland, New Zealand, Paper, 2018.

Vancouver

Kargo M, Thomasen JR, Wallenbeck A, Hjortø L, Slagboom M. Organic dairy breeding lines? – Possibilities and Requirements. 2018. Paper presented at ICAR Conference and World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production 2018, Auckland, New Zealand.

Author

Kargo, Morten ; Thomasen, Jørn Rind ; Wallenbeck, Anna ; Hjortø, Line ; Slagboom, Margot. / Organic dairy breeding lines? – Possibilities and Requirements. Paper presented at ICAR Conference and World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production 2018, Auckland, New Zealand.

Bibtex

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abstract = "Genomic breeding schemes with large cow reference populations will give room for more line division within dairy cattle breeding and therefore also for organic breeding lines. The reason is that different economic values between organic and conventional production systems are expected in the future and the existence of genotype by environment interaction will presumably be even more recognized. Therefore, correlations between organic and conventional breeding goals are expected to be significantly lower than one. This in combination with increased future “break even” correlations opens up for specific organic breeding lines.",
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RIS

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