Reproductive Success in Ruminants: A Complex Interaction Between Endocrine, Metabolic and Environmental factors

Wednesday, July 23, 2014: 2:00 PM-5:00 PM
2103C (Kansas City Convention Center)
Moderator:
Kyle C. Caires
2:30 PM
532
Influence of Stress on Male Reproductive Physiology
Thomas H. Welsh, Jr., Texas A&M University Department of Animal Science; Nancy H Ing, Texas A&M University, Department of Animal Science; Ronald D. Randel, Texas A&M AgriLife Research
3:30 PM
534
Influences of Heat Stress and Uterine Diseases on Reproduction of Dairy Cows
Jose E.P. Santos, Department of Animal Sciences, University of Florida; Eduardo S. Ribeiro, Department of Animal Sciences, University of Florida; E. Karakayan, University of Florida; K. N. Galv„o, Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences; University of Florida; Fabio S. Lima, Cornell University
4:30 PM
ADSA-EAAP Travel Award Presentation:
4:45 PM
Physiological characteristics of cows with divergent genetic merit for fertility traits during the transition period
Stephen Moore, University College Dublin; Pat Lonergan, University College Dublin; Trudee Fair, University College Dublin; Stephen Butler, Animal & Grassland Research and Innovation Centre, Teagasc, Moorepark