Works in Progress
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R. Grobler, F.H. de Witt, E.D. Cason, H.A. O’Neill, M.D. Fair, J.J. Baloyi, M.D. MacNeil and F.W.C Neser. Training the next generation of animal scientists for South Africa.
David R. Notter, Marzieh Heidaritabar, Joan M. Burke, Gordon L. Spangler, Brenda M. Murdoch, Michael D. MacNeil, James L. M. Morgan, James E. Miller, Gota Morota, Benjamin D. Rosen, and Tad S. Sonstegard. Association analysis of SNP effects on lamb fecal egg count EBV in progeny-tested Katahdin sires.
Bradie M. Schmidt, Michael. G. Gonda and Michael D. MacNeil. Partitioning variation in measurements of beef carcass traits made using ultrasound.
R. F. Costa, A. A. Boligon, Cardoso, L. L., M. J. Yokoo, B. P. Sollero, J. H. J. Van derWerf, M. D. MacNeil and F. F. Cardoso. Changing breeding objectives to include tick resistance in Hereford and Braford of Southern Brazil.
Rodrigo Carneiro de Campos de Azambuja, Pedro Faraco Rodrigues, Leonardo de Melo Menezes, Josiane de Oliveira Feijó, Fábio Souza Mendonça, Augusto Schneider, Isabella Dias Barbosa Silveira, Marcio Nunes Corrêa, Michael D. MacNeil and Fernando Flores Cardoso. Metabolic traits recorded during the transition period are related with milk production and reproductive performance of beef cows.
R. Khorshidi, M.D. MacNeil, D.P. Hays, M.K. Abo-Ismail, J.J. Crowley, E. C. Akanno, Z. Wang and G. Plastow. Estimation of genetic parameters and trends for growth traits in Hays Converter cattle using multiple-trait and random regression models.
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