Volume 62, Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production


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Presidential Address 2001 - What is wrong with the affluent, well-fed education society in which we live and work?, GK, Barrell , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.1-2, (2002)
Influence of milk cytokines on mammary production of nitric oxide, S-A, Turner, DDS MacKenzie, and CG Prosser , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.3-6, (2002)
Modelling dairy production in different regions of New Zealand, JA, Lile, KP Bright, CC Palliser, WE Prewer, and ME Wastney , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.7-11, (2002)
Endogenous synthesis and enhancement of conjugated linolieic acid in pasture-fed dairy cows, JK, Kay, TR Mackle, MJ Auldist, NA Thomson, and DE Bauman , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.12-15, (2002)
Effect of transport stress on somatic cell counts in dairy goats, S, McDougall, FM Anniss, and AA Cullum , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.16-18, (2002)
Efficacy of antibiotic treatment at drying off in curing existing infections and preventing new infections in dairy goats, FM, Anniss, and S McDougall , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.19-21, (2002)
Increased milk lactic acid concentration is an early indicator of mastitis, VC, Farr, CG Prosser, GD Nicholas, J Lee, AL Hart, and SR Davis , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.22-23, (2002)
Incidence of mastitis among cows of different genogtypes in differing nutritional environments, SJ, Lacy-Hulbert, ES Kolver, JH Williamson, and AR Napper , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.24-29, (2002)
Monitoring onset of puberty in three genetic strains of Holstein-Friesian dairy cattle, LR, McNaughton, SR Morgan, P Gore, GA Verkerk, CW Holmes, and TJ Parkinson , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.30-33, (2002)
Predicting the onset of parturition during the late gestation in dairy cows using udder scoring and hormonal profiling, KL, Davis, and KL Macmillan , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.34-37, (2002)
Effect of body condition at calving of milkfat composition of Friesian heifers during the first ten weeks of lactation, NA, Thomson, MO Bryant, A Chand, AKH MacGibbon, and LM Chagas , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.38-41, (2002)
Effects of time-of-calving on dairy production: a farmlet study, MJ, Audlist, KA MacDonald, NA Thomson, M Coulter, JAS Lancaster, and JW Penno , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.42-43, (2002)
Winter dairy grazing systems: management practices and cow comfort, M, Stewart, AD Fisher, GA Verkerk, and LR Matthews , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.44-48, (2002)
The effects of mid-pregnancy nutrition and shearing on ewe body reserves and foetal growth, NB, Jopson, GH Davis, PA Farquhar, and WE Bain , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.49-52, (2002)
Does an increase in lamb birth weight through mid-pregnancy shearing necessarily mean an increase in lamb survival rates to weaning?, PR, Kenyon, ST Morris, and SN McCutcheon , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.53-56, (2002)
Does mid-pregnancy shearing affect lamb fleece characteristics, RG, Sherlock, PR Kenyon, and ST Morris , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.57-60, (2002)
Factors associated with yellowing within Romney, RMW, Sumner , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.61-64, (2002)
Genes with major effects on wool traits detected in Finn cross sheep, AR, Bray, D O'Connell, and DJ Saville , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.65-68, (2002)
The effects of sheep breed on the defects pinhole and raised rib, SM, Cooper , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.69-71, (2002)
The effect of cysteine and glutamine supplementation on sheep infected with Trichostrongylus colubriformis, SO, Hoskin, GE Lobley, RL Coop, and F Jackson , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.72-76, (2002)
Moving towards low-chemical farming with sheep and cattle: potential of a breeding approach, CA, Morris, and AD Mackay , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.81-85, (2002)
The dairy product value chain: new opportunities from a holistic approach?, MJ, Boland , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.86-89, (2002)
Genetic opportunities to improve milk value in New Zealand, N, Lopez-Villalobos, DJ Garrick, and CW Holmes , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.90-94, (2002)
Effect of udder health on milk, SJ, Lacy-Hulbert, and MJ Auldist , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.95-99, (2002)
Producing a spreadable butter using modified milkfat, AKH, MacGibbon, van der YE Does, BG Mabey, GJ Deller, and NA Thomson , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.104-107, (2002)
Giving consumers more reasons to drink milk, SJ, Haylock , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.108-110, (2002)
An innovative farm system combining automated milking with grazing, J, Jago, P Copeman, K Bright, D McLean, I Ohnstad, and M Woolford , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.115-119, (2002)
A whole-farm model applied to a dairy system, ME, Wastney, CC Palliser, JA Lile, KA MacDonald, JW Penno, and KP Bright , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.120-123, (2002)
Managing dairy calves using continuous stocking and sward surface height - a review, SJ, Bluett, and KA MacDonald , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.124-127, (2002)
Organic beef in Japan - is there any room for New Zealand?, T, Ozawa, N Lopez-Villalobos, and HT Blair , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.128-132, (2002)
Profitability of the use of new reproductive technologies in beef production systems, DC, Smeaton, and WH Vivanco , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.133-137, (2002)
Seasonal variations in pasture quality on New Zealand sheep and beef farms, AJ, Litherland, SJR Woodward, DR Stevens, DB McDougal, CJ Boom, TL Knight, and MG Lambert , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.138-142, (2002)
Induced cryptorchidism no solution to the rut, AM, Nicol, and MJ Keeley , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.145-148, (2002)
An attempt to suppress the rut- associated loss of live weight in stags by immunocastration, GK, Barrell, AM Nicol, and MJ Keeley , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.149-151, (2002)
An evaluation of sulla (Hedysarum coronarium) with pasture, white clover and lucerne for lambs, JL, Burke, GC Waghorn, and IM Brookes , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.152-156, (2002)
Digestion kinetics of ryegrass, AV, Chaves, GC Waghorn, IM Brookes, and D Hedderley , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.157-162, (2002)
Growing grass and clover separately allows animals to sustain a high nutrient intake, DM, Marotti, GP Cosgrove, DF Chapman, AJ Parsons, AR Egan, and CB Anderson , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.163-166, (2002)
The effect of endophyte alkaloids on diet selection by sheep, GP, Cosgrove, CB Anderson, M Phillot, D Nyfeler, DE Hume, AJ Parsons, and GA Lane , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.167-170, (2002)
Liveweight gain of lambs grazing 'Ceres Tonic' plantain (Plantago lanceolata) or perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne), AJE, Moorehead, HG Judson, and AV Stewart , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.171-173, (2002)
Responses to poplar supplementation in ewes grazing drought pasture during mating, EL, McWilliam, TN Barry, PD Kemp, N Lopez-Villalobos, and PN Cameron , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.174-176, (2002)
Genetic engineering and the public: Attitudes, beliefs, ethics and cows, BH, Small, JA Peddersen, JA Wilson, and TG Parminter , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.179-182, (2002)
Ranking Romney sires on carcass value from a progeny test, Johnson, PL, RW Purchas, and HT Blair , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.183-187, (2002)
Dynamic selection for sheep genetic improvement, PR, Amer, NB Jopson, and JC McEwan , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.188-190, (2002)
Ryegrass staggers: genetics accounts for a six-fold difference in susceptibility between selection lines of lambs at Ruakura, NC, Aymes, CA Morris, and NR Towers , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.191-194, (2002)
Reduction of tail length in New Zealand sheep, DR, Scobie, and D O'Connell , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.195-198, (2002)
Karyotyping as an important screen for suitable donor cells to generate cloned and cloned transgenic animals by nuclear transfer, M, Olifent, AL Miller, A Beaton, P L'Huillier, DN Wells, and G Laible , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.199-201, (2002)
Climate Change: The global problem requiring a global response, GJ, Rys , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.202-205, (2002)
Ruminant methane emission measurements and estimates - from gut to globe, H, Clarke , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.206-210, (2002)
Nitrous oxide, it's formation and place in farm green house gas balances, RA, Carran , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.211-212, (2002)
Dairy industry perspectives of methane emissions and production from cattle fed pasture or total mixed rations in New Zealand, LJ, Robertson, and GC Waghorn , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.213-218, (2002)
Implementation of environmental regulations on-farm, DA, Clark, and MG Lambert , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.219-224, (2002)
Lactoferrin concentration is increased in milk from cows milked once daily, VC, Farr, CG Prosser, DA Clark, M Tong, CV Cooper, D Willix-Payne, and SR Davis , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.225-226, (2002)
Does feeding sulla (Hedysarum coronarium) reduce methane emissions from dairy cows?, SL, Woodward, GC Waghorn, KR Lassey, and PG Laboyrie , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.227-230, (2002)
Salt supplementation of lactating cows, KA, MacDonald, JA Lile, JAS Lancaster, M Coulter, and MB O'Connor , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.236-239, (2002)
Concentrations of conjugated linoleic acid in milk from cows grazing pasture of fed a total mixed ration for an entire lactation, MJ, Audlist, JK Kay, NA Thomson, AR Napper, and ES Kolver , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.240-241, (2002)
Effect of a Total Mixed Ration diet on the concentration of amino acid-derived volatiles in milk, GA, Lane, K Fraser, ES Kolver, DD Rowan, JM Allen, OE Mills, AS Abraham, and SD Olney , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.242-245, (2002)
Total mixed rations versus pasture diets: Evidence for a genotype x diet on the concentration of amino acid-derived volatiles in milk, ES, Kolver, JR Roche, de MJ Veth, PL Thorne, and AR Napper , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.246-251, (2002)
Pasture versus total mixed ration during the periparturient period, JR, Roche, ES Kolver, and AR Napper , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.252-256, (2002)
Factors influencing inducing decision-making in dairy cows: a case study of scientists' and producers' views, CAJ, Botha, and GA Verkerk , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.257-260, (2002)
Can forages match concentrate diets for dairy production?, WC, McNabb, DR Woodfield, and GC Waghorn , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.261-266, (2002)
Improving animal performance using forage-based diets, JL, Burke, GC Waghorn, and AV Chaves , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.267-272, (2002)
New opportunities to improve forage- based production systems, DM, Marotti, DF Chapman, GP Cosgrove, AJ Parsons, and AR Egan , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.273-277, (2002)
Genetics modification to create novel high quality forages, NJ, Roberts, KR Hancock, and DR Woodfield , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.278-281, (2002)
Johne's Disease - Why Johne's disease is so difficult to control, DM, West , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.282-283, (2002)
Subclinical Johne's Disease in Sheep, KG, Thompson, DM West, PVA Anderson, and DL Burnham , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.284-287, (2002)
Vaccination against Johne's Disease, A, Murray, and C Dupont , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.288-289, (2002)
Is Crohn's Disease caused by M. avium subsp. Paratuberculosis?, PR, Davies , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.290-293, (2002)
Computer simulation of Johne's disease in New Zealand cattle, R, Soons, C Heuer, R Jackson, and H Groenedaal , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.294-298, (2002)
Control of Johne's disease in dairy cattle, L, Burton, and H Voges , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.299-302, (2002)
Johne's disease in deer - prospects for control, CG, Mackintosh , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.303-306, (2002)
Recent developments in the detection and treatment of vitamin B12 deficiency in sheep and cattle at pasture, GJ, Judson, PJ Babidge, ZH Chen, and LN Sansom , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.307-310, (2002)
Role and importance of trace elements in New Zealand livestock. Fact and fiction, ND, Grace , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.311-314, (2002)
Practical considerations for diagnosis and management of Cu status of deer, PR, Wilson, and ND Grace , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.315-318, (2002)
Predicting copper status of cattle remains an engima, J, Lee, SO Knowles, and DM West , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.319-324, (2002)
Improved nutritional quality of animal products through manipulations of trace element and calcium status, SO, Knowles, and J Lee , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.325-329, (2002)
Incidence and perceptions of cryptorchid lambs in 2000, IS, Tarbotton, AR Bray, and JA Wilson , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.334-336, (2002)
Effects of pregnancy on the fever response of sheep to a Gram-negative pyrogen, GP, Breen, and GK Barrell , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.337-339, (2002)
Livestock Improvement Corporation Lecture: Animal Welfare: ethics, economics and productivity, JP, McInerney , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.340-347, (2002)
Pain - Definition and Physiology, CB, Johnson , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.348-350, (2002)
Physiological indices of pain-induced distress, DJ, Mellor, and KJ Stafford , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.351-354, (2002)
Monitoring pain in animals using behaviour, KJ, Stafford, and DJ Mellor , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.355-358, (2002)
Analgesics: what use are they in farm animals?, JP, Chambers, and KJ Stafford , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.359-362, (2002)
Pain - its effects on immune function and growth in animal, AD, Fisher , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.363-367, (2002)
Reproductive state differences in analgesic related systems and their influence on learning behaviours, CJ, Cook , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.368-371, (2002)
Analgesia for velvet antler removal, PR, Wilson, MM Bartels, KJ Stafford, and DJ Mellor , Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Jan, Volume 62, Palmerston North, p.372-375, (2002)