Intergenomics: business rules and transition into services
The Intergenomics project, started in 2009 and ending in 2011 had the final goal of developing a common genomic evaluation program for the Brown Swiss breed at Interbull but also to improve knowledge on genomic methodologies simultaneously at Interbull and at participating countries.
The Project, on track from a timeline point of view, will end in April 2011 with the first official evaluation done at Interbull. The costs of the new service will be divided by participating countries following a scheme based both on fixed and variable parts in order to take into account the needs of both small and large countries.
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