Presentations to ICBF Breeding Industry Consultation meeting

IRISH CATTLE BREEDING FEDERATION
ICBF Beef & Dairy Industry
Meetings.
Session 1 – Dairy.
28th November 2012.
© Irish Cattle Breeding Federation Soc. Ltd 2009
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Dairy Only (10 AM – 11 AM).
• New management traits (milking speed &
temperament). Test proofs and economic
values.
• New health traits (mastitis and lameness).
Test proofs and economic values.
• Inclusion of new management and health
traits in the EBI.
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Management traits
Donagh Berry1 & Francis Kearney2
1Teagasc,
Moorepark, Ireland
[email protected]
2ICBF
ICBF Dairy Industry Consultation Meeting, November 2012
Management traits
• Milking speed
• Temperament
More detailed information in October
ICBF industry meeting
Data
• DIY milk meters
• 35% of milk recorded cows
• 10,000 cows from IHFA
classifications in 2011
• Temperament from DEP
scheme
Objective
• To develop a new management subindex for inclusion in the EBI
• Goal traits:
• Milking speed – DIY meters
• Temperament – DEP scheme
Milking speed
1.Ensure not selecting for lower yielding
animals
• Milking speed genetically independent of
milk yield
2.Ensure not selecting for more mastitis
through weaker teat end sphincter
muscle
• Include SCC and mastitis in EBI and
monitor response to selection
• Derive trait independent of both milk yield
and SCC
Genetics
• Milking speed
• Heritability: 0.18
• IHFA: 0.01
• No correlation with milk yield or udder
health
• Temperament
• Heritability: 0.13
• Heritability IHFA: 0.02
Reliability
1.0
DIY-Milking speed
0.9
0.8
DIY-Temperament
Reliability
0.7
0.6
Improvement!!
0.5
0.4
0.3
Current IHFA Temperament
0.2
Current IHFA Milking speed
0.1
0.0
0
50
100
150
200
Number of effective daughters
250
300
Reliability
1.0
DIY-Milking speed
0.9
0.8
DIY-Temperament
Reliability
0.7
0.6
Improvement!!
0.5
0.4
0.3
Current IHFA Temperament
0.2
Current IHFA Milking speed
0.1
0.0
0
50
100
150
200
Number of effective daughters
250
300
Economic values – milking duration
• Purely labour cost
• Impact on survival, milk yield, SCC …
• A bull with slow milking daughters more prone
to culling will have inferior EBV for survival
and therefore captured through economic
value on survival
• Economic weight = -€0.25/second
Economic values – temperament
• Based on analysis of beef docility (Tim
Byrne & Peter Amer)
• Impact on survival …
• A bull with more temperamental daughters
more prone to culling will have inferior EBV
for survival and therefore captured through
economic value on survival
• Economic weight: €33.69
Bull proofs
0.16
0.14
Temperament
0.10
0.08
0.06
0.04
Milking duration
0.02
Euro
12
.0
5
8.
5
6.
5
4.
5
2.
5
0.
.5
-1
.5
-3
.5
-5
.5
-7
-9
.5
0.00
-1
5.
5
-1
3.
5
-1
1.
5
Proportion
0.12
Bull proofs
0.16
0.14
Temperament
0.10
0.08
0.06
0.04
0.02
Milking duration
NHS, KBA
DXU, LBO
Euro
12
.0
5
8.
5
6.
5
4.
5
2.
5
0.
.5
-1
.5
-3
.5
-5
.5
-7
-9
.5
0.00
-1
5.
5
-1
3.
5
-1
1.
5
Proportion
0.12
Bull proofs
0.16
0.14
Temperament
0.10
0.08
0.06
0.04
Milking duration
SOI,MAU, UYC
GMI, BGZ
0.02
Euro
12
.0
5
8.
5
6.
5
4.
5
2.
5
0.
.5
-1
.5
-3
.5
-5
.5
-7
-9
.5
0.00
-1
5.
5
-1
3.
5
-1
1.
5
Proportion
0.12
Bull proofs
Spread ±€15
0.16
0.14
0.10
0.08
0.06
0.04
0.02
Combined
Euro
12
.0
5
8.
5
6.
5
4.
5
2.
5
0.
.5
-1
.5
-3
.5
-5
.5
-7
-9
.5
0.00
-1
5.
5
-1
3.
5
-1
1.
5
Proportion
0.12
Bull proofs
120
Milk Subindex (€)
100
80
60
40
20
0
Milking speed (as defined
by us) is not related to
production
-20
-40
-60
-60
-40
-20
0
20
Milking duration (s)
40
60
Bull proofs
0.4
Somatic cell count
0.3
0.2
0.1
0
-0.1
Milking speed (as defined
by us) is not related to
udder health
-0.2
-0.3
-0.4
-60
-40
-20
0
20
Milking duration (s)
40
60
The EBI
• Must be within the EBI to ensure
favourable gain
• 4.25% emphasis (half speed/half
temperament)
• I would favour as a separate sub-index
• Transparency
• If as important as industry suggest
• Could/Should also presented as key trait
Nomenclature
• “Milking time” / “milking duration”
• Negative means reduced milking time or
duration – good!
• Milking temperament
• Negative means more docile (option to
change sign)
Health traits
Donagh Berry1 & Francis Kearney2
1Teagasc,
Moorepark, Ireland
[email protected]
2ICBF
ICBF Dairy Industry Consultation Meeting, November 2012
Health traits in EBI
• Mastitis
• Economic value applied to somatic cell count
through assumed genetic correlation (rg=0.70)
• Somatic cell score
• Lameness
• Economic value applied to linear type trait
locomotion through assumed genetic correlation
(rg=-0.40)
• Application of economic value to correlated
trait deflates weight within EBI
• Heritability
Genetics
• Mastitis: 0.02
• Lameness: 0.04
• Other diseases: 0.01
• Genetic correlations:
•
•
•
•
•
Mastitis & lameness: 0.69
Mastitis & SCC (0.73) & milk yield (0.23)
Lameness & SCC (0.20) & milk yield (0.15)
Mastitis & udder-type traits: up to 0.34
Lameness & legs-type traits: up to 0.08
Economic values
•
•
•
•
Costs: labour, milk withdrawal, treatment
Economic value mastitis: -€77.10
Economic value SCC: -€43.49
Economic value lameness: -€54.26
• Impact on survival, milk yield …
• A bull with poorer health daughters will yield less and
be more prone to culling and will have inferior EBV for
milk and survival and therefore captured through
economic value on milk production and survival
Bull proofs
r = 0.944
Revised health-subindex
15
10
5
0
-5
-10
-15
-20
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
Health sub-index
10
15
20
Bull proofs
0.45
0.40
0.30
Lameness
Mastitis
0.25
0.20
0.15
0.10
0.05
Euro
0
8.
5
5.
5
3.
5
1.
.5
-0
.5
-2
.5
-4
.5
-6
.5
-8
-1
0.
5
-1
2.
5
0.00
-1
4.
5
Proportion
0.35
Bull proofs
Spread ± €15
0.45
0.40
0.30
0.25
0.20
0.15
0.10
0.05
Euro
0
8.
5
5.
5
3.
5
1.
.5
-0
.5
-2
.5
-4
.5
-6
.5
-8
-1
0.
5
-1
2.
5
0.00
-1
4.
5
Proportion
0.35
The EBI
• Must be within the EBI to ensure
favourable gain
• 3.4% emphasis (80% udder health)
• I would favour as a separate sub-index
• Transparency
• Preparation for expansion to include other
health traits
• TB, Johnes, fertility, liver ….
The EBI
90%
80%
70%
60%
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
Milk
Fertility
Calving
Maintenance
Health
Management
Beef
EB
I2
01
3
EB
I2
01
2
EB
I2
01
1
EB
I2
01
0
EB
I2
00
8
EB
I2
00
7
EB
I2
00
6
EB
I2
00
5
EB
I2
00
4
EB
I2
00
0
B
I
0%
R
Relative emphasis
100%
The EBI
300
250
Revised EBI
200
150
100
r = 0.997
Proofs increase on
average by €2
Small increase in
variance
50
0
No real change….
But better!!!!
-50
-100
-150
-150
-100
-50
0
Change -€14 to +€16
50
100
EBI
150
200
250
300
Recommendation.
• Proceed with implementation.
• Update health sub-index.
• New management sub-index.
• Combined into EBI.
• Will require some changes to existing systems
& reports (e.g., bull search, EBI reports).
• Changes phased over a period.
• Available from mid-December.
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ICBF Beef & Dairy Industry
Meetings.
Session 2 – Dairy & Beef.
28th November 2012.
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Dairy & Beef (11 AM – 1 PM)
• Test evaluations for calving proofs.
• Test evaluations for beef performance
evaluations.
• Economic values for €uro-Star traits –
moved.
• AI approval systems update – new.
• Genomic services (parentage verification
& genomic research/evaluations).
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IRISH CATTLE BREEDING FEDERATION
Calving evaluation review
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Changes
• New genetic parameters
• Adjusting for contemporary groups: Random
• Splitting of contemporary groups for 1st vs
later calvers
• Inclusion of predictor traits: address
underreporting
– Birth wts, liveweights, linears, carcass
• Integration of foreign proofs
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Genetic parameters
• An individual calving record will have less of an effect
on an animal’s proof
• Will need double the number of records to reach the same
reliability as current evaluation for direct calving difficulty
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Inclusion of predictor traits
As expected the best predictor of calving difficulty is Birth
weight, But in the absence of birth weight the correlations
with later traits will be more important!
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Dairy sires >90% reliability in August 2012
r = 0.92
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Dairy sires >90% reliability in August 2012
r = 0.85
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Beef sires >90% reliability in August 2012
r = 0.95
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Beef sires >90% reliability in August 2012
r = 0.84
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Calving percentiles
• Dairy
• Beef
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r = -0.36
43
r = -0.81
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r = -0.48
45
r = -0.72
46
r = 0.98
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r = 0.87
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Current status
• Research work finished.
– Pleased with outcome of work.
• New proofs sent out Monday evening
– Apology for delay. Feedback welcome.
• Propose to proceed with
implementation in December, subject
to feedback.
– Final feedback by Fri 7th December.
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Beef Performance evaluation
Review
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Changes
• New genetic parameters
• New traits
• Adjusting for contemporary groups
• Change to the way the contemporary
groups are formed for:
– linear scored traits
– Carcass traits
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Contemporary group changes
• Linear scoring:
– No longer permit crossbreds and purebreds in
same group
– Split Age groups 150-250 and 250-350 day
– Increasing the age limit for linear scoring?
• Carcass data
– Currently all animals from a herd over a 2 month
period are included in same contemporary group
and adjusted for sex
– New evaluation will break these up into heifers,
steers and young bulls
– Effect of herd prior to fattening
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Current status
• EBVs nearly finished
– 5.7 m animals with data.
• Some problems with reliability
– Currently being resolved.
• New proofs files by weekend.
– Expect significant improvements, especially for
animals in small groups.
• Propose to proceed with implementation in
December, subject to feedback.
– Final feedback by Fri 7th December.
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IRISH CATTLE BREEDING FEDERATION
Economic Values – Update.
28th November 2012.
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AI Approval System
Update
28th November 2012
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New AI Code System - Recap
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•
Recap:
•
New online AI Application system launched July 2010.
•
Breed Society – responsible for entering new AI Bulls details.
•
Applicant then applies to ICBF online.
•
AI Code generated & returned to applicant.
Progress:
•
System is generally working well.
•
Breed Societies in control of ensuring:
•
Backpedigrees are correct.
•
Pedigree Status of AI Sires is also correct.
•
Relevant DNA info collected at time of coding.
•
Less Paper – quicker turnaround time with code.
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Health Certification of AI Sires - Problems
•
Backround:
•
•
Semen for all AI Bulls must have accompanying Health Certification.
•
CVED (Common Veterinary Entry Document).
•
INTRA Certificate (Intra Community Health Certificate).
Current AI approval system is independent of DAF Veterinary
Section. i.e. A Bull without Health Certification can get a code.
Problem 1:
•
Breed Society frequently asked – ‘Can semen of Bull ‘A’ be imported?
Breed Soc discovers that the Bull was collected on-farm & does not meet
EU Semen Export criteria and reports that the bull cannot be brought in.
•
Semen of ‘Bull A’ is brought in by another Breeder outside proper
channels, coded & used.
•
AI Code has made the importation of the semen look legitimate.
•
Bio-Security Risk
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Health Certification of AI Sires
•
Proposal:
•
All imported Bulls for which AI Codes are being applied for must
send the relevant Health Certification to the Breed Society before
an AI Code can be given.
•
Consultation with DAF – Veterinary Division underway.
•
Following outcome of consultation – outcome will be implemented.
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Health Certification of AI Sires
•
•
Problem 2:
•
Semen of Bull brought in outside normal channels.
•
No code applied for.
•
Bull is already in database via relative i.e. Sire of an imported animal.
•
Calf registered using Bull’s Herdbook Number in Sire field.
•
Calf receives pedigree certificate.
Proposal:
•
Take Pedigree Status off such Bulls to prevent further Pedigree
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Registrations for progeny.
DNA Archive
•
•
•
Storage of straws from new AI Bulls
•
Commenced for all Bulls coded from Jan 2011.
•
Good response from AI Companies.
•
> 250 straws received to-date.
•
@ 80% of all requested straws.
Straws not received
•
Remaining 20% not received are ‘S’ coded Bulls
•
Privately owned – not unexpected that these were not returned.
Proposal
•
Accept 1 straw from such Bulls instead of €57 fee in 2013.
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IRISH CATTLE BREEDING FEDERATION
Genomics Update
Francis Kearney
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Current Process for Parentage
 Herdbook gets a label from ICBF that is then
placed on a plastic bag and sent to breeders by
HB
 Breeders take the samples and sends to
Weatherbys with payment
 In case of IHFA – payment sent to IHFA
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Parentage using SNPs
 Fully integrated traceable system already in place in ICBF
to manage genotyping
 ICBF have committed to a large order of chips from
Weatherbys in order to get the cheapest price
 Weatherbys preferred option is to deal directly with ICBF
in terms of payment and not with individual payments
from breeders
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Option 1
 ICBF sends a HB specific cover letter and hair card
with instructions to farmer
 Breeder sends hair sample and payment back to ICBF
 Breeder send hair sample to Weatherbys and payment
to HB
 Breeder sends hair samples and payment to HB -> HB
sends hair samples to Weatherbys
 Breeder sends hair samples and payment to
Weatherbys
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Option 2
 ICBF sends the hair cards to the HB who send out
to the breeders
 Breeder send hair sample to Weatherbys and payment
to HB
 Breeder sends hair samples and payment to HB -> HB
sends hair samples to Weatherbys
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Option 3
 HB have a stock of hair cards – print out labels
and send to breeders
 Breeder send hair sample to Weatherbys and payment
to HB
 Breeder sends hair samples and payment to HB -> HB
sends hair samples to Weatherbys
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Recommendations
 HB should fully utilise the ICBF genotype database
to manage their parentage/genomic
 Fully traceable system with no manual input of IDs
 ICBF sends out hair cards on behalf of herdbooksreturned to ICBF and dispatched to the lab
 Payment either to ICBF or HB??
 Option to use direct debit via HB?
 No requirement on behalf of herdbooks to handle
hair cards or dispatch them to the lab and track
them – no additional administration costs
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Other points of note (i)
 ICBF currently engaged with various stakeholders
re: a fund to “kick-start” a high level of
genotyping.
 Herdbook males, herdbook females, commercial
females (25k…..100k…..200k/annum).
 Proposing a meeting with interested parties in UK
re: collaboration in; (i) indexes, (ii) genotypes for
genomics research and (iii) genotypes for
parentage verification.
 Suggesting to link with BCBC (21-23 January).
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Other points of note (ii)
 ICBF have received confirmation re: exchange of
NRed genotypes with Norway.
 ICBF have received confirmation re: exchange of
HF genotypes with CRV-Ambreed.
 Discussions continuing re: JE genotypes.
 ICBF are in discussions with LIC re: exchange of JE
genotypes (significant exchange agreement
already in place for Holstein Friesian).
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IRISH CATTLE BREEDING FEDERATION
ICBF Beef & Dairy Industry
Meetings.
Session 3 – Beef Only
28th November 2012.
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Beef Only (2 PM – 4 PM).
• Sexed semen research project –
moved.
• Review of index construction.
– Current status.
– Impact of new EV’s and calving
evaluations.
• Implementation and roll-out.
• AOB.
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IRISH CATTLE BREEDING FEDERATION
Field Study to evaluate the role of
sexed semen in Irish Dairy and
Beef Cattle.
November 2012.
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Sexed Semen – Background.
• Separating X (female) & Y (male) sperm,
using flow cytometry.
• Potentially more females, but at a cost.
– 70%+ conception (relative to normal). Latest
results from UK = 80%+. Latest results from
NZ (using fresh semen) = 95%+. Results
generally better for virgin heifers.
• Need to establish a major field research
trial in Ireland to investigate the costeffectiveness of sexed semen.
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Recent developments.
• Juan Moreno (CEO, Sexing Technologies,
Dublin, Sept 12).
– Portability of equipment (technology).
• Impacts on price/accessibility.
– Sexed fresh semen (as opposed to frozen).
• Impacts on pregnancy rate (NZ research trial)
• Discussion re: major field research trial in
Ireland.
– ICBF, Teagasc & key industry partners.
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Field Research Trial.
• 32k doses, 20 bulls & 600 herds.
• Comparing; (i) Sexed fresh, (ii) Sexed
frozen, (iii) Conventional fresh and (iv)
Conventional frozen.
• Dairy Herd Trial (200 herds * 16k doses).
– Sexed female HF and sexed male AA.
• Beef Herd Trial (400 herds * 16k doses).
– Sexed female maternal and sexed male
terminal (AA, BB, CH, HE, LM & SI).
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Suggested Approach.
• ICBF signs up herds.
– Farmer indicates AI service provider.
• AI companies collect semen
• Sexing Technologies process & sex semen.
– “Standard” procedures for all semen.
• AI companies distribute semen.
• ICBF collect all relevant data.
• Teagasc & ICBF undertake data analysis.
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Key elements of project.
• Co-ordinated by ICBF & Teagasc.
• Sexing Technologies as research partner.
• Involving industry partners.
– DAFM, Agricultural Trust, AI companies,
meat , milk processors, herdbooks, others?
• Starting Spring 2013.
• Results available by end 2013, including
cost:benefit analysis.
• Opportunity for immediate roll-out.
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Item
Semen processing.
- Sexed fresh semen
- Sexed frozen
- Conventional fresh
- Conventional frozen
Semen straws for trial
- Dairy straws for dairy herd
- Beef straws for dairy herd
- Beef straws for beef herd
Ultrasound recording
Laboratory equipment
Staff (ICBF & Teagasc)
Total
Table 2. Allocation of costs.
Item
ICBF
Teagasc
Farmers - Dairy (200 herds * 80 straws)
Farmers - Beef (400 herds * 40 straws)
AI Companies
Industry good partners
Total
Number
Cost
Total
8000
8000
8000
8000
€9.50
€12.50
€3.00
€3.00
€76,000
€100,000
€24,000
€24,000
14000
2000
16000
1
1
1
€18.00
€10.00
€10.00
€70,500.00
€27,250.00
€62,000.00
€252,000
€20,000
€160,000
€70,500
€27,250
€62,000
€815,750
Number
1
1
16000
16000
0
0
Cost
€100,000.00
€100,000.00
€26.00
€13.00
€50,000.00
€50,000.00
Total
€100,000
€100,000
€416,000
€208,000
€0
€0
€824,000
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• Draft
budget.
• Net positive.
• Each €50k
from
industry has
potential to
reduce cost
of semen by
€1.57.
• Potential to
develop a
“kick-start”
reserve for
roll-out of
34k doses.
Where next?
• Develop research proposition.
– Consider subsequent commercialisation.
• Establish interest from AI companies and “key”
industry partners.
– Suggested contribution of €50k/org.
•
•
•
•
Meet with DAFM re: IBR & frozen semen
Gain definite commitment.
Engage with Sexing Technologies.
Sign contracts & establish project for Spring
2013.
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€uro-Star Evaluations.
Review Current Status.
28th November 2012.
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Review of Economic Indexes
• Phase out the Suckler Beef Value
– Too heavily weighted on beef traits, not enough on
maternal traits like milk and cow fertility
• Switch to Grange bi-economic model to
evaluate the economic value of traits
– Based on a defined beef production system
• Introduction of 3 new indexes
– Terminal Index
Suckler herd
– Maternal Index
Dairy herd
– Dairy Beef Index
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Switch to Grange bio-economic model
Costs of production traits have become more important!
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The Maternal index
Sire
50%
TERMINAL Index
Generation 1: Progeny
for sale/slaughter. Males
& surplus females. Key
traits: Calving, feed
intake & carcass merit.
50%
Generation 1: Replacement
females. Selected females only.
Traits: Milk, fertility & cull cow
value.
Generation 2:
Progeny for
slaughter. Males &
surplus females.
Traits: Calving, feed
intake & beef merit.
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Generation 2:
Replacement
females. Selected
females only.
Traits: Milk, fertility &
cull cow value.
Terminal Index – Traits
• Unlike the old Weanling Export and
Beef Carcass Indexes the cost of
calving is now integrated
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Genetic Differences in the Sucker herd
(PTAs)
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Impact of traits on the Terminal Index
Bottom 1%
Top 1%
TERMINAL Index
Calving Difficulty
Trait
Gestation length
Mortality
Docility
Feed Intake
Carcass Weight
Carcass Conformation
-€60
-€40
-€20
€0
€20
€40
€60
Euro value (€)
88
€80
€100
€120
€140
(B) Maternal Index – Relative
emphasis for key traits.
Trait type
Calving
traits
Docility
Beef
Milk
Trait
Calving difficulty (direct and maternal),
gestation, mortality
Weanling and cow docility
Carcass weight, conformation and fat, cull cow
wt
Daughter Milkability
Age 1st Calving, calving interval, survival
Fertility
Feed intake Weanling, replacement heifer and cow intake
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Relative
emphasis %
21%
4%
26%
9%
17%
23%
Impact of traits on the Maternal index
Bottom 1%
Top 1%
MATERNAL Index
Calving Difficulty
Gestation length
Mortality
Docility
Feed Intake
Trait
Carcass Weight
Carcass Conformation
Age 1st Calving
Daughter Calving Difficulty
Calving Interval
Milk
Cow Survival
Cull cow wt: heifer intake
Cull cow wt: cow intake
Cull cow: cull revenue
-€140 -€110 -€80
-€50
-€20
€10
€40
€70
Euro value (€)
90
€100 €130 €160 €190 €220
Example bull (SEV) on new indexes
91
Bull search option to see more information
92
Beware of Reliability!!!
• Example: carcass weight
Bigger swings will occur in lower reliability bulls!
93
IRISH CATTLE BREEDING FEDERATION
Index Construction.
Impact of New EV’s and New
Calving Evaluations.
28th November 2012.
© Irish Cattle Breeding Federation Soc. Ltd 2009
94
New Maternal Index;
Relative Emphasis.
Trait type
Trait
Calving difficulty (direct and
Calving traits maternal), gestation, mortality
Docility
Weanling and cow docility
Weanling, replacement heifer
Feed intake and cow intake
Carcass weight, conformation
Beef
and fat, cull cow wt
Milk
Daughter Milkability
Age 1st Calving, calving interval,
Fertility
survival
95
Old
New
21%
4%
19%
4%
23%
23%
26%
9%
25%
12%
17%
17%
Analysis.
• Based on 671 Active AI sires with
50% reliability on Calving
Difficulty%.
• Analysis undertaken:
– Impact of selecting on top 100.
– Breakdown by breed.
– Top 30 sires.
96
SBV Top 100 – Response.
SBV
SBV
€147.0
% gain in SBV
100%
Maternal Current €201.0
Maternal New
€205.0
Maternal Cow
€107.0
Terminal
€93.0
CD%
6.40
Cwt
22.40
DMI
-0.03
MAT_CD
6.30
MAT_Wwt
7.30
MAT_CI
-1.00
97
SBV Top 100 – Breeds.
Breed
AA
AU
BA
BB
CH
HE
LM
PI
PT
SA
SH
SI
Overall
SBV
17
1
3
18
4
0
33
0
0
8
1
15
100
98
SBV – Top 30 bulls.
Code
ONI
PCH
JVL
FL22
WGE
CQA
RWB
PNY
TUT
S593
S619
GAU
APM
ELZ
GUB
HUZ
ICO
AIA
S849
S511
F163
S546
MFU
S838
SYP
GTZ
S771
DJH
EWN
RIO
Brd
LM
LM
SA
LM
LM
SI
AA
CH
CH
LM
SA
BB
LM
BB
LM
SI
SI
LM
SA
LM
LM
SI
SI
LM
LM
LM
LM
BB
BB
SA
BYR
1998
1999
1994
2005
2007
2007
2006
1999
1997
2005
2003
2004
2007
2003
2003
1999
1993
2005
2004
2005
2008
2005
1996
2007
2001
2002
2004
1991
1991
2000
ANIMAL_NAME
Prog_12
ON-DIT
41
PACHA 08
8
JOVIAL
6
ARCHIBEAU
4619
WILODGE CERBERUS
62
CURAHEEN VIO (ET)
197
RAWBURN LORD ROCKET F609
233
PINAY
46
THRUNTON NOSTRADAMUS 135
QUEENSHEAD ALTEA
58
UBLO
18
GALOPEUR DU SARTAY
79
AMPERTAINE COMMANDER 84
ELEVEUR ET 5264 DE LA CLEUZEUR
185
GRAHAMS UNBEATABLE
27
HARUM
9
STARLINE DECISION
36
AMPERTAINE ABRACADABRA 10
VAILLANT
23
FIELDSON ALFY
104
GALBALLY DANASTIC
19
SAMARK SUPERMAN
10
MILNAFUA GRADUATE
11
WOOD ROAD CYRIL (ET)
8
SYMPA
129
GOLDIES TERENCE
21
VETERAN
10
DRIMEEN JOSEPH
21
ELWIN
8
RIO
316
CD_rel
96
95
96
99
86
93
98
93
95
94
74
93
86
99
93
87
96
92
73
96
67
89
92
72
98
88
78
98
99
99
Cwt_rel CI_rel
90
62
93
59
96
91
99
57
54
21
76
44
94
42
77
35
94
53
77
43
52
16
69
26
49
17
97
39
84
50
89
46
95
50
69
37
33
17
71
38
43
25
76
37
89
57
54
29
89
56
69
41
52
16
99
91
99
98
99
90
SBV
€217
€210
€196
€192
€185
€182
€177
€175
€174
€172
€170
€169
€169
€168
€168
€168
€167
€166
€165
€164
€164
€163
€163
€161
€159
€158
€158
€157
€156
€156
99
SBV_100
MAT
Y
€284
Y
€282
Y
€316
Y
€254
Y
€233
Y
€270
Y
€265
Y
€211
Y
€213
Y
€229
Y
€241
Y
€206
Y
€236
Y
€219
Y
€213
Y
€255
Y
€260
Y
€242
Y
€215
Y
€213
Y
€237
Y
€232
Y
€267
Y
€222
Y
€221
Y
€212
Y
€214
Y
€197
Y
€177
Y
€224
MAT_100
MNEW
Y
€294
Y
€316
Y
€349
Y
€269
Y
€220
Y
€252
Y
€301
Y
€257
Y
€226
Y
€202
Y
€254
Y
€182
Y
€251
Y
€190
Y
€206
Y
€282
Y
€284
Y
€226
Y
€250
Y
€194
Y
€211
Y
€244
Y
€257
Y
€195
Y
€213
Y
€189
Y
€222
Y
€219
Y
€177
Y
€238
MNEW_100
MCOW
Y
€108
Y
€222
Y
€469
Y
€126
Y
-€48
Y
€147
Y
€387
Y
€97
Y
€58
Y
-€18
Y
€183
Y
-€104
Y
€170
Y
-€68
Y
-€33
Y
€365
Y
€374
Y
€129
Y
€120
Y
-€36
Y
€74
Y
€207
Y
€309
Y
-€5
Y
€45
Y
€8
Y
€103
Y
€57
Y
-€60
Y
€184
MCOW_100
TNEW
€148
Y
€122
Y
€67
€122
€149
€109
Y
€67
€118
€126
€128
Y
€94
€144
€101
€137
€135
Y
€60
Y
€62
€100
€105
€133
€112
Y
€86
Y
€65
€122
€118
€118
€103
€109
€131
Y
€81
TNEW10
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Mat Current Top 100 – Response.
SBV Mat Current
SBV
€147.0 €144.3
% gain in SBV 100%
98%
Mat Current €201.0 €204.4
Maternal New €205.0 €208.7
Maternal Cow €107.0 €149.1
Terminal
€93.0
€82.2
CD%
6.40
6.08
Cwt
22.40
20.53
DMI
-0.03
0.07
MAT_CD
6.30
6.29
MAT_Wwt
7.30
8.27
MAT_CI
-1.00
-1.78
100
Mat Current Top 100 - Breeds
Breed
AA
AU
BA
BB
CH
HE
LM
PI
PT
SA
SH
SI
Overall
SBV Mat Current
17
25
1
1
3
2
18
13
4
4
0
1
33
24
0
0
0
0
8
10
1
4
15
16
100
100
101
Mat Current – Top 30 bulls.
Code
JVL
ONI
PCH
CQA
MFU
RWB
ICO
HUZ
FL22
AYR
AIA
S619
F163
APM
WGE
S546
S394
S593
S485
RIO
S838
SEV
SYP
S600
GIP
ELZ
BZF
S849
S771
TUT
Brd
SA
LM
LM
SI
SI
AA
SI
SI
LM
AA
LM
SA
LM
LM
LM
SI
AA
LM
AA
SA
LM
SI
LM
AA
AA
BB
SH
SA
LM
CH
BYR
1994
1998
1999
2007
1996
2006
1993
1999
2005
2002
2005
2003
2008
2007
2007
2005
2002
2005
2004
2000
2007
2006
2001
2005
2008
2003
2004
2004
2004
1997
ANIMAL_NAME
Prog_12
JOVIAL
6
ON-DIT
41
PACHA 08
8
CURAHEEN VIO (ET)
197
MILNAFUA GRADUATE
11
RAWBURN LORD ROCKET F609
233
STARLINE DECISION
36
HARUM
9
ARCHIBEAU
4619
AYNHO ROSSITER ERIC B125 132
AMPERTAINE ABRACADABRA 10
UBLO
18
GALBALLY DANASTIC
19
AMPERTAINE COMMANDER 84
WILODGE CERBERUS
62
SAMARK SUPERMAN
10
YOUNG DALE TOUCH DOWN 36M
5
QUEENSHEAD ALTEA
58
LORABAR MIGHTY PRINCE 43
RIO
316
WOOD ROAD CYRIL (ET)
8
SEAVIEW TOMMY
268
SYMPA
129
RAWBURN ROMMEL E423 5
GOULDING PHILIP H339
161
ELEVEUR ET 5264 DE LA CLEUZEUR
185
BUFFALO LAKE BLOCKBUSTER6
VAILLANT
23
VETERAN
10
THRUNTON NOSTRADAMUS 135
CD_rel
96
96
95
93
92
98
96
87
99
95
92
74
67
86
86
89
84
94
87
99
72
98
98
61
97
99
84
73
78
95
Cwt_rel CI_rel
96
91
90
62
93
59
76
44
89
57
94
42
95
50
89
46
99
57
78
39
69
37
52
16
43
25
49
17
54
21
76
37
61
33
77
43
79
31
99
90
54
29
98
61
89
56
43
18
62
30
97
39
73
43
33
17
52
16
94
53
SBV
€196
€217
€210
€182
€163
€177
€167
€168
€192
€156
€166
€170
€164
€169
€185
€163
€150
€172
€148
€156
€161
€145
€159
€141
€148
€168
€131
€165
€158
€174
102
SBV_100
MAT
Y
€316
Y
€284
Y
€282
Y
€270
Y
€267
Y
€265
Y
€260
Y
€255
Y
€254
Y
€245
Y
€242
Y
€241
Y
€237
Y
€236
Y
€233
Y
€232
Y
€231
Y
€229
Y
€226
Y
€224
Y
€222
Y
€221
Y
€221
Y
€221
Y
€220
Y
€219
Y
€219
Y
€215
Y
€214
Y
€213
MAT_100
MNEW
Y
€349
Y
€294
Y
€316
Y
€252
Y
€257
Y
€301
Y
€284
Y
€282
Y
€269
Y
€287
Y
€226
Y
€254
Y
€211
Y
€251
Y
€220
Y
€244
Y
€283
Y
€202
Y
€247
Y
€238
Y
€195
Y
€234
Y
€213
Y
€235
Y
€287
Y
€190
Y
€227
Y
€250
Y
€222
Y
€226
MNEW_100
MCOW
Y
€469
Y
€108
Y
€222
Y
€147
Y
€309
Y
€387
Y
€374
Y
€365
Y
€126
Y
€473
Y
€129
Y
€183
Y
€74
Y
€170
Y
-€48
Y
€207
Y
€453
Y
-€18
Y
€304
Y
€184
Y
-€5
Y
€290
Y
€45
Y
€297
Y
€463
Y
-€68
Y
€267
Y
€120
Y
€103
Y
€58
MCOW_100
TNEW
Y
€67
€148
Y
€122
€109
Y
€65
Y
€67
Y
€62
Y
€60
€122
Y
€28
€100
Y
€94
€112
€101
€149
Y
€86
Y
€31
€128
Y
€50
Y
€81
€122
Y
€64
€118
Y
€51
Y
€25
€137
Y
€50
€105
€103
€126
TNEW100
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Maternal New Top 100 – Response.
SBV Mat Current Mat New
SBV
€147.0 €144.3
€140.6
% gain in SBV 100%
98%
96%
Mat Current €201.0 €204.4
€199.9
Maternal New €205.0 €208.7
€216.6
Maternal Cow €107.0 €149.1
€188.7
Terminal
€93.0
€82.2
€72.5
CD%
6.40
6.08
5.19
Cwt
22.40
20.53
17.04
DMI
-0.03
0.07
0.11
MAT_CD
6.30
6.29
5.90
MAT_Wwt
7.30
8.27
9.32
MAT_CI
-1.00
-1.78
-2.45
103
Maternal New Top 100 - Breeds
Breed
AA
AU
BA
BB
CH
HE
LM
PI
PT
SA
SH
SI
Overall
SBV Mat Current Mat New
17
25
31
1
1
1
3
2
0
18
13
7
4
4
3
0
1
1
33
24
25
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
10
10
1
4
6
15
16
16
100
100
100
104
Maternal New – Top 30 bulls.
Code
JVL
PCH
RWB
ONI
AYR
GIP
ICO
S394
HUZ
FL22
KDO
MFU
PNY
S619
CQA
APM
S849
YDS
S485
AYN
S546
RIO
JRM
S600
SEV
LZR
FIW
MLJ
PBO
BZF
Brd
SA
LM
AA
LM
AA
AA
SI
AA
SI
LM
AA
SI
CH
SA
SI
LM
SA
AA
AA
AA
SI
SA
AA
AA
SI
SA
AA
AA
AA
SH
BYR
1994
1999
2006
1998
2002
2008
1993
2002
1999
2005
2007
1996
1999
2003
2007
2007
2004
2006
2004
2003
2005
2000
2003
2005
2006
2004
2007
2008
1988
2004
ANIMAL_NAME
Prog_12
JOVIAL
6
PACHA 08
8
RAWBURN LORD ROCKET F609
233
ON-DIT
41
AYNHO ROSSITER ERIC B125 132
GOULDING PHILIP H339
161
STARLINE DECISION
36
YOUNG DALE TOUCH DOWN 36M
5
HARUM
9
ARCHIBEAU
4619
KEELTIES DOMINO
67
MILNAFUA GRADUATE
11
PINAY
46
UBLO
18
CURAHEEN VIO (ET)
197
AMPERTAINE COMMANDER 84
VAILLANT
23
YOUNG DALE SUPERIOR 14S 9
LORABAR MIGHTY PRINCE 43
AYNHO BECK C161
15
SAMARK SUPERMAN
10
RIO
316
JERUSALEM FARADAY C071 27
RAWBURN ROMMEL E423 5
SEAVIEW TOMMY
268
LATASTER ERIC
136
FRIARSTOWN EDITION
1216
MOGEELY JOE H979
678
PROUD BOY OF DUNLEVER 164
BUFFALO LAKE BLOCKBUSTER6
CD_rel
96
95
98
96
95
97
96
84
87
99
94
92
93
74
93
86
73
68
87
88
89
99
94
61
98
96
99
98
99
84
Cwt_rel CI_rel
96
91
93
59
94
42
90
62
78
39
62
30
95
50
61
33
89
46
99
57
48
27
89
57
77
35
52
16
76
44
49
17
33
17
42
16
79
31
88
27
76
37
99
90
87
51
43
18
98
61
94
54
95
43
67
28
99
95
73
43
SBV
€196
€210
€177
€217
€156
€148
€167
€150
€168
€192
€140
€163
€175
€170
€182
€169
€165
€133
€148
€133
€163
€156
€130
€141
€145
€151
€149
€130
€122
€131
105
SBV_100
MAT
Y
€316
Y
€282
Y
€265
Y
€284
Y
€245
Y
€220
Y
€260
Y
€231
Y
€255
Y
€254
Y
€202
Y
€267
Y
€211
Y
€241
Y
€270
Y
€236
Y
€215
Y
€203
Y
€226
Y
€193
Y
€232
Y
€224
Y
€191
Y
€221
Y
€221
Y
€209
Y
€203
Y
€196
Y
€170
Y
€219
MAT_100
MNEW
Y
€349
Y
€316
Y
€301
Y
€294
Y
€287
Y
€287
Y
€284
Y
€283
Y
€282
Y
€269
Y
€258
Y
€257
Y
€257
Y
€254
Y
€252
Y
€251
Y
€250
Y
€250
Y
€247
Y
€246
Y
€244
Y
€238
Y
€236
Y
€235
Y
€234
Y
€234
Y
€232
Y
€232
Y
€230
Y
€227
MNEW_100
MCOW
Y
€469
Y
€222
Y
€387
Y
€108
Y
€473
Y
€463
Y
€374
Y
€453
Y
€365
Y
€126
Y
€338
Y
€309
Y
€97
Y
€183
Y
€147
Y
€170
Y
€120
Y
€384
Y
€304
Y
€319
Y
€207
Y
€184
Y
€359
Y
€297
Y
€290
Y
€192
Y
€210
Y
€329
Y
€311
Y
€267
MCOW_100
TNEW
Y
€67
Y
€122
Y
€67
€148
Y
€28
Y
€25
Y
€62
Y
€31
Y
€60
€122
Y
€40
Y
€65
€118
Y
€94
€109
€101
€105
Y
€35
Y
€50
Y
€40
Y
€86
Y
€81
Y
€33
Y
€51
Y
€64
Y
€84
Y
€75
Y
€36
Y
€32
Y
€50
TNEW100
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Mat Cow Top 100 – Response.
SBV Mat Current Mat New
SBV
€147.0 €144.3
€140.6
% gain in SBV 100%
98%
96%
Mat Current €201.0 €204.4
€199.9
Maternal New €205.0 €208.7
€216.6
Maternal Cow €107.0 €149.1
€188.7
Terminal
€93.0
€82.2
€72.5
CD%
6.40
6.08
5.19
Cwt
22.40
20.53
17.04
DMI
-0.03
0.07
0.11
MAT_CD
6.30
6.29
5.90
MAT_Wwt
7.30
8.27
9.32
MAT_CI
-1.00
-1.78
-2.45
106
Mat Cow
€102.0
69%
€159.9
€183.3
€267.8
€27.7
4.67
7.68
0.35
5.94
10.66
-4.08
Maternal Cow Top 100 - Breeds
Breed
AA
AU
BA
BB
CH
HE
LM
PI
PT
SA
SH
SI
Overall
SBV Mat Current Mat New Mat Cow
17
25
31
48
1
1
1
0
3
2
0
0
18
13
7
0
4
4
3
0
0
1
1
15
33
24
25
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
10
10
6
1
4
6
16
15
16
16
14
100
100
100
100
107
Mat Cow – Top 30 bulls.
Code
AYR
JVL
GIP
S394
MZI
RWB
YDS
ICO
HUZ
JRM
CAF
ESH
SBU
KDO
DDV
DJM
RIJ
MLJ
WPK
CMW
AYN
BWU
PBO
MCK
MFU
LYJ
S485
CZB
NFU
YSG
Brd
AA
SA
AA
AA
SH
AA
AA
SI
SI
AA
SI
AA
SH
AA
AA
SH
SH
AA
SH
AA
AA
HE
AA
SH
SI
SH
AA
SH
AA
HE
BYR
2002
1994
2008
2002
2003
2006
2006
1993
1999
2003
1990
1997
2003
2007
2007
2000
2006
2008
2004
2003
2003
1994
1988
1995
1996
2006
2004
2008
2006
2001
ANIMAL_NAME
Prog_12
AYNHO ROSSITER ERIC B125 132
JOVIAL
6
GOULDING PHILIP H339
161
YOUNG DALE TOUCH DOWN 36M
5
MALTON ZENITH
18
RAWBURN LORD ROCKET F609
233
YOUNG DALE SUPERIOR 14S 9
STARLINE DECISION
36
HARUM
9
JERUSALEM FARADAY C071 27
CLONASLEE ADMIRAL
6
EARLY SUNSET HIGH TIME 81G32
SLIABHBHUI PRINCE 2ND
313
KEELTIES DOMINO
67
DEVERON LATIMER G188
19
DOVEA SIR JAMES 2ND
71
RANTONALL JOINER
6
MOGEELY JOE H979
678
WAUKARU COPPERTOP 464 12
CAHIRMEE WESTY
8
AYNHO BECK C161
15
BALLINASCRAW ULTRA
348
PROUD BOY OF DUNLEVER 164
MOYDRUMCASTLE KING
32
MILNAFUA GRADUATE
11
LISSOY JUMBO
181
LORABAR MIGHTY PRINCE 43
CREAGA DICE (P)(ROAN)
493
NETHERTON FLEUR'S LEGACY 6
YARRAM STAR GENERAL W25116AUS
CD_rel
95
96
97
84
91
98
68
96
87
94
85
99
96
94
80
98
78
98
85
97
88
99
99
97
92
93
87
98
77
92
Cwt_rel CI_rel
78
39
96
91
62
30
61
33
86
44
94
42
42
16
95
50
89
46
87
51
87
72
99
89
87
50
48
27
34
15
98
84
54
17
67
28
70
27
98
64
88
27
98
85
99
95
97
93
89
57
64
34
79
31
91
45
46
21
67
27
SBV
€156
€196
€148
€150
€76
€177
€133
€167
€168
€130
€122
€109
€49
€140
€114
€63
€24
€130
€122
€106
€133
€74
€122
€51
€163
€85
€148
€94
€130
€77
108
SBV_100
MAT
Y
€245
Y
€316
Y
€220
Y
€231
€148
Y
€265
Y
€203
Y
€260
Y
€255
Y
€191
€196
€181
€100
Y
€202
€188
€117
€81
Y
€196
€198
€163
Y
€193
€138
Y
€170
€95
Y
€267
€153
Y
€226
€178
Y
€206
€148
MAT_100
MNEW
Y
€287
Y
€349
Y
€287
Y
€283
€184
Y
€301
Y
€250
Y
€284
Y
€282
Y
€236
Y
€214
Y
€210
€138
Y
€258
Y
€211
€154
€99
Y
€232
Y
€227
€205
Y
€246
€155
Y
€230
€124
Y
€257
€170
Y
€247
Y
€179
Y
€219
€146
MNEW_100
MCOW
Y
€473
Y
€469
Y
€463
Y
€453
Y
€399
Y
€387
Y
€384
Y
€374
Y
€365
Y
€359
Y
€351
Y
€347
€346
Y
€338
Y
€335
€335
€332
Y
€329
Y
€329
Y
€324
Y
€319
€313
Y
€311
€311
Y
€309
€306
Y
€304
Y
€302
Y
€301
€300
MCOW_100
TNEW TNEW10
Y
€28
Y
€67
Y
€25
Y
€31
Y
-€14
Y
€67
Y
€35
Y
€62
Y
€60
Y
€33
Y
€30
Y
€13
Y
-€25
Y
€40
Y
€22
Y
-€11
Y
-€42
Y
€36
Y
€33
Y
€22
Y
€40
Y
-€1
Y
€32
Y
-€13
Y
€65
Y
€8
Y
€50
Y
€21
Y
€38
Y
€3
Terminal Top 100 – Response.
SBV Mat Current Mat New
SBV
€147.0 €144.3
€140.6
% gain in SBV 100%
98%
96%
Mat Current €201.0 €204.4
€199.9
Maternal New €205.0 €208.7
€216.6
Maternal Cow €107.0 €149.1
€188.7
Terminal
€93.0
€82.2
€72.5
CD%
6.40
6.08
5.19
Cwt
22.40
20.53
17.04
DMI
-0.03
0.07
0.11
MAT_CD
6.30
6.29
5.90
MAT_Wwt
7.30
8.27
9.32
MAT_CI
-1.00
-1.78
-2.45
109
Mat Cow Terminal
€102.0 €114.0
69%
78%
€159.9 €120.4
€183.3 €100.3
€267.8 -€179.2
€27.7 €122.4
4.67
9.03
7.68
29.36
0.35
-0.32
5.94
9.10
10.66
-0.52
-4.08
2.64
Terminal Top 100 - Breeds
Breed
AA
AU
BA
BB
CH
HE
LM
PI
PT
SA
SH
SI
Overall
SBV Mat Current Mat New Mat Cow Terminal
17
25
31
48
0
1
1
1
0
0
3
2
0
0
12
18
13
7
0
43
4
4
3
0
18
0
1
1
15
0
33
24
25
1
25
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
8
10
10
6
0
1
4
6
16
0
15
16
16
14
1
100
100
100
100
100
110
Terminal – Top 30 bulls.
Code
RMA
MNZ
WGE
ONI
FHZ
GAU
AZL
NEZ
RGG
WTI
AEB
LSX
ELZ
BIG
SRI
GUB
BBQ
WOA
S511
S124
ETB
S776
SZS
AAI
EWN
GEU
WKF
S143
S593
BYU
Brd
BB
BB
LM
LM
BB
BB
BB
BB
BB
BA
BB
BA
BB
BB
BB
LM
BB
BA
LM
CH
BB
LM
BB
CH
BB
BB
BB
BB
LM
BB
BYR
2006
2003
2007
1998
2003
2004
2006
1999
2006
1993
2007
1995
2003
1999
1999
2003
2007
2006
2005
1989
2002
2000
2008
2005
1991
2006
2003
1995
2005
2003
ANIMAL_NAME
Prog_12
ROSEMOUNT ASH
24
MAGNOLIA 0103 DE SOMME 170
WILODGE CERBERUS
62
ON-DIT
41
FAKIR DE L'HEZ KERNAI
2479
GALOPEUR DU SARTAY
79
ROSS ALO (ET)
979
NOTEZ LE ET DU PONT DU MESSE
10
GIGA DU BOIS REMONT
147
WIVETON INDIANA
78
ACLARE BEHAN
21
LANDAIS
9
ELEVEUR ET 5264 DE LA CLEUZEUR
185
BUTINEUR DU GRAND COURTY
70
STRUPAR ET DE RADELINGA 16
GRAHAMS UNBEATABLE
27
BALLYFIN BORAT (ET)
3126
COURTWOOD AIDAN
20
FIELDSON ALFY
104
OLDSTONE EGBERT
7
ECLAT ET DE BIOURGE
194
BALLYNERRIN REMY ET
10
SATYRE DE SOMME
58
ASHLEIGH ADMIRAL
19
ELWIN
8
GORDON ET DU GOLARD
35
WACKO VH BEEKHOF
29
BIONIQUE DU PRE ROSINE 8
QUEENSHEAD ALTEA
58
BLAK 5075 BATY EPRAVE
1406
CD_rel
93
99
86
96
99
93
99
93
94
95
65
97
99
97
99
93
99
93
96
91
99
91
91
92
99
89
93
71
94
99
Cwt_rel CI_rel
83
36
99
78
54
21
90
62
98
57
69
26
92
50
93
59
70
31
93
57
30
20
96
69
97
39
97
67
99
86
84
50
98
51
87
37
71
38
88
62
99
60
93
54
64
32
84
52
99
98
70
27
85
37
57
39
77
43
99
76
SBV
€108
€152
€185
€217
€143
€169
€121
€80
€132
€153
€92
€77
€168
€95
€100
€168
€154
€100
€164
€55
€155
€152
€148
€110
€156
€134
€122
€119
€172
€94
111
SBV_100
MAT
€112
Y
€163
Y
€233
Y
€284
Y
€166
Y
€206
€149
€53
Y
€196
Y
€201
€85
€8
Y
€219
€63
€59
Y
€213
Y
€198
€72
Y
€213
-€40
Y
€204
Y
€183
Y
€179
€101
Y
€177
Y
€163
Y
€131
€147
Y
€229
€95
MAT_100
MNEW
€37
€145
Y
€220
Y
€294
Y
€129
Y
€182
€87
-€4
Y
€80
Y
€148
€7
€1
Y
€190
€54
€57
Y
€206
Y
€178
€55
Y
€194
€52
Y
€174
Y
€172
Y
€154
€84
Y
€177
€128
€109
€53
Y
€202
€50
MNEW_100
MCOW MCOW_100
TNEW
-€398
€158
-€204
€153
Y
-€48
€149
Y
€108
€148
-€177
€146
Y
-€104
€144
-€265
€144
-€443
€143
-€236
€141
-€126
€139
-€428
€139
-€463
€139
Y
-€68
€137
-€297
€136
-€344
€136
Y
-€33
€135
Y
-€68
€134
-€299
€134
Y
-€36
€133
-€322
€133
Y
-€79
€132
-€94
€132
-€95
€132
-€239
€132
Y
-€60
€131
-€146
€131
-€169
€129
-€283
€129
Y
-€18
€128
-€240
€128
TNEW10
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
All Indexes & All Breeds.
Breed
AA
AU
BA
BB
CH
HE
LM
PI
PT
SA
SH
SI
Overall
SBV Mat Current Mat New Mat Cow Terminal Total
17
25
31
48
0
71
1
1
1
0
0
7
3
2
0
0
12
20
18
13
7
0
43
111
4
4
3
0
18
163
0
1
1
15
0
36
33
24
25
1
25
162
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
1
10
8
10
10
6
0
17
1
4
6
16
0
17
15
16
16
14
1
54
100
100
100
100
100
671
112
Key questions?
• Which index gives best “overall”
improvement in key profit traits.
• Which index and list “makes sense”
(credibility)?
• What (if any) additional information
is required to help farmers/breeders
make the correct breeding decision?
113
Recommendation.
• Recommendation from €uro-Star
review group.
– To continue with maternal index as
currently constructed.
– To implement new economic values
and new calving evaluations.
– To provide additional material to help
identify high maternal index bulls with
positive attributes for “female” traits.
114
Example Bar Graph
Within
breed
Index
Rel
Across
breed
* * * * * Maternal
€150
27%
****
Cow
€30
18%
*
* * * * * Beef
€120
43%
*****
**
• At bottom of €uro-Star catalogue page.
• Consistent with website.
115
IRISH CATTLE BREEDING FEDERATION
Further research, extension
& education.
28th November 2012.
© Irish Cattle Breeding Federation Soc. Ltd 2009
116
Further research.
• Correction for dairy breeds.
– Maternal milk evaluations.
• Stock bull functionality.
• Meat eating quality.
• Health & disease traits.
• Others……
117
Extension & education.
• ICBF bull search.
• ICBF Active Bull List.
• Mart display boards.
• €uro-Star page.
– Replace carcass weight with very high
and high value cuts?
• Others?
118