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Expert: Qingsen Chen/ Terry Chen

Release time:2017-03-17

Senior Animal Geneticist
Ph.D of Swine Genetics

Chief Director of Genetics
Yangxiang Group.Ltd

Guigang, Guangxi, P.R. China, 537100
Ph: (86) 187766-39739; Fax: (86-775) 4560-963
E-mail: cqs4000@126.com;

EDUCATION  
Ph.D. - Animal Genetics      (2007) University of Agriculture in South China, Guangzhou, Guangdong, P.R. China.
M.Sc. - Animal Genetics      (2002) University of Agriculture & Forest in Fujian, Fuzhou, Fujian, P.R. China.
B.Sc (Agric.)  – Animal Science   (1999) University of Agriculture & Forest in Fujian, Fuzhou, Fujian, P.R. China.

TRAINING  
Nucleaus Farm Production Program                                        2013.11-2.14.1 Danbred Company, DK.
Swine Genetics and Pork Quality Evaluation Program              2005.10  Ensmingle International School, Iowa State University, Guangzhou.



PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
2009– Present: Chief Director of Animal Genetics, Yangxiang Group.Ltd, 5000 GGP Sows, 30000 GP Sows, Guigang, Guangxi, P.R. China, 537100
2007 - 2009: Swine Genetics Expert, Head Office in Beijing, Chia Tai Group (Thai), 25000 Sows (Now Much More), 7 Jian Guo Mei Nei Street, Beijing, P.R. China, 100005
2002 - 2007: Swine Production Manager, SINO-USA Animal Technology, Ltd, 200 AI Boars, 300 GGP Sows, Huicheng Industry Park, Huizhou, Guangdong, P.R. China, 516006

AWARDS AND HONORS
No.2 Technology Award, Government of Guagxi Province, Guangxi, P.R. China, 2013
New Breed- “Longbao 1” , Certificated by Ministry of Agriculture, P.R. China, 2013

Outstanding Leader of R&D Team, Guigang Government, Guangxi, P.R. China, 2012
Outstanding Thesis, Guangdong Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Association, Guangzhou, Guangdong, P.R. China, 2012
Outstanding Graduate Student Award, Department of Animal Science, University of Agriculture in South China, Guangzhou, Guangdong, P.R. China. 2006
Outstanding Graduate Student Award, Department of Animal Science, University of Agriculture in South China, Guangzhou, Guangdong, P.R. China. 2005

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
1.Chen Qingsen, Zhan Conlin, Liu Xiaohong, Si Lian, and Chen Yaosheng, 2012, Visiting Report of American Swine Breeding Farm. J. Swine Production. 123 (4)62-64

Abstract: We visited the breeding farms in American in April in 2012, those farms were all members of NSR, such as: WALDO、CEDAR RIDGE、TEMPEL、SHAFFER、ASGS(American Swine Genetics and Services, WHITSHIRE, and WALDO-WHITESHIRE, and we prepared this report to discuss why those farm achieve their success in swine genetics, and which could be a reference for Chinese farmers.

2.Chen Qingsen, Cai Gengyuan, Liu Xiaohong, and Chen Yaosheng, 2011, Controlling inbreeding and anatomical abnormalities in Landrace new born piglets. J. Guangdong Anim. Si. 36(1)25-27.

Abstract: 1502 litter breeding records for Landrace sows were obtained from a breeding farm with 1500 sows in South China. Inbreeding coefficients relative to the anatomical abnormalities and litter size were calculated for each litter. The piglet number born alive of each sow with controlling inbreeding coefficient less than 3% and 1% were from 10.39 H/L to 10.46 H/L (p ≥0.05). The percentage of anatomical abnormalities decreased from 10.30% to 4.79% (p≤0.01). In 402 litters with anatomical abnormalities in 2010, 40.66% piglets were congenital tremors and 25.48% piglets were splay leg. Inbreeding coefficient of individual sire boar and number of anatomical abnormalities piglets per litter for 48 sows before and after controlling inbreeding were declined from 1.05% to 0.52%(p≤0.05) or from 3.10 to 1.85 (p≤0.01) respectively. The results showed that the sow fertility could be improved by controlling inbreeding coefficient less than 1%.

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