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Comparison of beef production systems by simulation

Thomas Lynn Zink

Comparison of beef production systems by simulation

season of calving, age at weaning, and natural service versus artificial insemination

by Thomas Lynn Zink

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Beef cattle.,
  • Cattle -- Artificial insemination.,
  • Cattle -- Breeding.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Thomas Lynn Zink.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 47 leaves :
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16437187M

    Cowgame is a beef herd genetic simulation program. The player starts with a fifty cow herd and makes selections based upon weaning weight, feedlot gain or yearling weight. The next year's calf crop is generated during each session and the genetic information is saved . – Modeling and simulation could take 80% of control analysis effort. • Model is a mathematical representations of a system – Models allow simulating and analyzing the system – Models are never exact • Modeling depends on your goal – A single system may have many models – Large ‘libraries’ of standard model templates exist.

    Animal identification systems provide the ability to identify disease control and eradication, disease surveillance and monitoring, emergency response to foreign animal diseases, regionalization, global trade, livestock production efficiency, consumer concerns over food safety, and emergency management programs. Virtually all beef systems on Irish farms fall into one of two categories: suckling beef systems and non-breeding beef systems. There are a number of pros and cons associated with each of them. Suckling Beef Systems Pros • Stable beef production system where, because you have your own supply stock numbers are not subject to seasonal.

    The beef cattle course offers knowledge into the key principles of intensive and extensive beef cattle production systems, herd management, breeding, nutrition and health and disease management. This popular course gives students the opportunity to learn the principles of beef cattle management, breeding and production. Consumer comparison of different beef production systems based on palatability V. G. Jimenez Huamán*¹; O.S. Ron¹; T. G. O’Quinn², J. C. Brooks¹, M. F. Miller¹, Department of Animal and Food Sciences, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX Department of Animal Science and Industry, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS


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