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DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL PRODUCTION AND HEALTH

                Preamble

The Department of Animal Production and Health was established in 1989 and emphasizes modern way of teaching and research in Animal Production. The Department has three laboratories for feedstuff analysis, meat processing and postgraduate research. Livestock product processing has been gradually introduced into the programme to enable the students acquire sufficient skill for self-employment after graduation. The Department also introduced hatchery operations right from inception. The hatchery unit is equipped with both electric and fabricated kerosene incubators for small-scale hatchery operations. In addition, the Department emphasizes the significance of livestock diseases and various methods of control. The Department offers programme leading to the award of Postgraduate Diploma, Masters and Doctoral degrees and in various areas of Animal Production.

 

                Philosophy

Department of Animal Production and Health is the production of skilled manpower that is adequately trained with comprehensive information required for livestock production systems in a conducive environment, through the adoption of effective techniques of instruction, and exposure to the actual practice of Animal production.  

 

                Objectives

To assist in the attainment of self-sufficiency in the production and processing of livestock and livestock products.

To contribute to the achievement of the goal of marked increase in the   production of raw-materials to support the growth of several industries.

To enhance the rural employment opportunities and the attendant improvement of the quality of rural life.

To develop new patterns of livestock structures and government policies which clearly demonstrate that livestock production is an important part of our national economy.

 

                Departmental Postgraduate Committee

Membership

(i) The membership shall consist of all academic staff with responsibilities in the departmental postgraduate programme.

(ii) There shall be a co-ordinator appointed by the Head of the Department

(iii) The Head of Department shall be the Chairman.

Functions

(i) To co-ordinate Postgraduate programmes in the Department.

(ii) To collaborate with operators of other degree programmes.

(iii) To present candidates for admission, award of grants, scholarships and fellowships and the award of higher degrees and graduate diplomas to the College Postgraduate Committee.

(iv) To recommend External Examiners to the College Postgraduate Committee based on the advice of the Supervisory committee.

                General Admission Requirement

(A)          Postgraduate Diploma Programme

To be eligible for admission into the Postgraduate Diploma programmes, candidates must be first- degree holders in  Animal Science or Animal Production and Health with at from any recognized University, or holders of HND with minimum of Upper Credit in Animal production or Animal Health.

 

(B)          Masters Programme

To be eligible for admission into the Masters Degree programme, candidate must be graduate of this University or any other University recognized by Senate and shall normally have obtained a minimum of Second Class (Upper Division) degree in Animal Science or Animal Production and Health. In exceptional cases, candidates with Second Class( Lower Division) may be considered.

 

(C)          Doctorate Programme

To be eligible for admission to the Doctor of Philosophy degree programme, a student must have obtained a Master’s Degree from this University or its equivalent from any other University recognized by Senate. For holders of one year degree of Master’s the minimum duration on the Ph.D shall be three years.

 

                Duration of Programme

The Postgraduate Diploma programme shall be field/practical-oriented, shall run on full-time or part-time basis only, and shall normally be for duration of two semesters for full time and four semesters for part-time.

The Master degree programmes may be run on full-time or part-time basis. For full-time registration, the minimum duration shall be four semesters and maximum of eight semesters. For part-time registration, the minimum duration shall be eight semesters and maximum of twelve semesters, from the date of registration.

Registration for the Doctor of Philosophy degree programme shall be on full-time and part-time basis. For full-time registration, the minimum duration of the programme shall be six semesters; the minimum duration shall be eight semesters for part-time registration. However, if the Masters degree was obtained from the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta or its equivalent elsewhere, minimum duration shall be four and six semesters for full time and part time candidates respectively.

 

                General Graduation Requirements

 

(A)          Postgraduate Diploma Programme

(i)      Each student shall register for a minimum of 12 and a maximum of 16-course units per semester subject to the approval of Senate on the recommendation of the Postgraduate school. For Part time students, a candidate shall be expected to register for a minimum of six units and a maximum of ten units per semester. Minimum number of Units required for graduation is 24.

(ii)    Each student shall present either pre-data or post-data seminar during the programme.

 

(B)          Master’s Degree Programme

(i)      For the first year, the minimum number of course unit for full time students shall be 12 semesters while the maximum shall be 20. For the part- time students, a candidate shall be expected to register for a minimum of six units and a maximum of ten units per semester. Minimum number of units required for graduation is 30.

(ii)    Each student shall present twice (pre-data and post-data seminars) during the programme.

(iii)   The University runs an open defense.

 

(C)          Doctor of Philosophy Degree Programme

(i)      Candidates for the Ph.D degree shall normally be expected to register only for their Research Seminar and Theses. However, a candidate may, if considered necessary, be required to register for an approved combination of courses on the recommendation of the board of the Postgraduate School and approved by Senate.

(ii)    Each student shall present twice (pre-data and post-data seminar) during the programme.

(iii)   The University runs an open defense.

 

 

                Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) Programmes

Small Ruminant Production

Beef and Dairy Cattle Production

Meat Processing and Packaging

Poultry Production

Pig production  

Rabbit Production

Livestock Feed Resources

Pasture Production

STRUCTURE

COURSE CODE

UNITS

College Course

Core Courses

Electives**

Project

Seminar

Minimum requirement for graduation

Minimum registration

2

12

4

6

2

22

26

** Select elective courses outside the core courses.

 

COURSES LISTS

PDA IN SMALL RUMINANT PRODUCTION

First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Abbreviation

Unit

APH 701

Sheep and Goat Production Enterprises

SGPRODET

2

APH 707

Small Ruminant Fattening

SMRUMFAT

2

ABG 717

Basic Statistics in Animal Production

BASCSTAT

2

 

Controlled Breeding of Sheep and Goat

 

2

 

Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Abbreviation

Unit

ANN 716

Sheep and Goat Nutrition

SHGTNUTR

3

 

Ruminant Animal Breeding

 

2

ANN 722

Pasture Management and Animal Production

PAMGTAPD

2

APH 798

Seminar

SEMINAR

2

APH 799

Project

PROJECT

6

 

Elective

 

4

 

PDA IN BEEF AND DAIRY CATTLE PRODUCTION

First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Abbreviation

Unit

ABG 717

Basic Statistics in Animal Production

BASCSTAT

2

ANN 723

Cattle Nutrition

CATLNUTR

3

 

Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Abbreviation

Unit

APH 702

Commercial Beef and Dairy Cattle Production

CBDCPROD

3

 

Ruminant Animal Breeding

 

3

ANN 722

Pasture Management and Animal Production

PAMGTAPD

3

APH 798

Seminar

SEMINAR

2

APH 799

Project

PROJECT

6

 

Elective

 

4

 

PDA IN MEAT PROCESSING AND PACKAGING

First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Abbreviation

Unit

APH 703

Meat Production and Processing

MTPRPROC

3

APH 709

Abattoir Design and Operation

ABDEOPRT

3

ABG 717

Basic Statistics in Animal Production

BASCSTAT

2

 

Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Abbreviation

Unit

APH 708

Meat Hygiene

MEATHYGN

2

APH 798

Seminar

SEMINAR

2

APH 799

Project

PROJECT

6

 

Elective

 

4

 


PDA IN POULTRY PRODUCTION

First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Abbreviation

Unit

ANN 711

Poultry Nutrition

POULTNUT

3

ABG 717

Basic Statistics in Animal Production

BASCSTAT

2

 

Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Abbreviation

Unit

APH 704

Commercial Poultry Production

COPOPROD

3

 

Monogastric Animal Breeding

 

2

APH 798

Seminar

SEMINAR

2

APH 799

Project

PROJECT

6

 

Elective

 

4

 

 

PDA IN SWINE PRODUCTION

First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Abbreviation

Unit

APH 705

Commercial Swine Production

COSWPROD

3

ABG 717

Basic Statistics in Animal Production

BASCSTAT

2

 

Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Abbreviation

Unit

ANN 710

Swine Nutrition

SWNENUTR

3

 

Monogastric Animal Breeding

 

4

APH 798

Seminar

SEMINAR

2

APH 799

Project

PROJECT

6

 

Elective

 

4

 

 


PDA IN RABBIT PRODUCTION

First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Abbreviation

Unit

ANN 713

Rabbit Nutrition

RABTNUTR

3

ABG 717

Basic Statistics in Animal Production

BASCSTAT

2

 

Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Abbreviation

Unit

APH 706

Commercial Rabbit Production

CORAPROD

3

 

Monogastric Animal Breeding

 

2

APH 798

Seminar

SEMINAR

2

APH 799

Project

PROJECT

6

 

Elective

 

4

 

PDA IN LIVESTOCK FEEDS RESOURCES

First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Abbreviation

Unit

ANN 715

Feed Quality and Control

FEEDQCON

3

ABG 717

Basic Statistics in Animal Production

BASCSTAT

2

 

Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Abbreviation

Unit

ANN 712

Feed and Feed Resources

FEEDRESV

3

ANN 722

Pasture Management and Animal Production

PAMGTAPD

2

APH 798

Seminar

SEMINAR

2

APH 799

Project

PROJECT

6

 

Elective

 

4

 

PDA IN PASTURE PRODUCTION

First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Abbreviation

Unit

ABG 717

Basic Statistics in Animal Production

BASCSTAT

2

PRM 727

Forage Conservation Technology and Dry Season Feeding

FCONDRYF

3

 

Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Abbreviation

Unit

PRM 714

Forage Production and Utilization

FOPROUTL

3

PRM 722

Pasture Management and Animal Production

PAMGTAPD

3

APH 798

Seminar

SEMINAR

2

APH 799

Project

PROJECT

6

 

Elective

 

4

 

 

                M.Agric. in Animal Production and Health

COMPULSORY COLLEGE COURSES

Course Code

Course Title

Units

ABG 707

ANS 705

CSC 801

Bio-Statistics

Advanced Techniques in Animal Science Research

Use of Computer in Research

3

3

4

10

 

 

RUMINANT PRODUCTION OPTION

CORE COURSES

Course Code

Course Title

Abbreviation

Unit

APH 802

Sheep and Goat Production

SHGTPROD

3

APH 803

Beef Cattle Production System

BCPRODST

3

APH 804

Dairy cattle Production and Dairying

DCPRODDY

3

APH 898

Seminar

SEMINAR

2

APH 899

Dissertation

DISSERTN

6

Restricted Elective Courses

APH 813

Animal Products and Processing

ANIMPPRO

2

APH 814

Livestock Diseases and Control

LIDICONT

3

 

NON-RUMINANT PRODUTION OPTION

CORE COURSES

Course Code

Course Title

Abbreviation

Unit

APH 801

Poultry Production

POULTPRD

3

APH 806

Swine Production

SWINPROD

3

APH 808

Rabbit Production

RABTPROD

2

APH 898

Seminar

SEMINAR

2

APH 899

Dissertation

DISSERTN

6

Restricted Elective Courses

APH 813

Animal Products and Processing

ANIMPPRO

3

APH 814

Livestock Diseases and Control

LIDICONT

3

 

 

LIVESTOCK SYSTEM OPTION

CORE COURSES

Course Code

Course Title

Abbreviation

Unit

APH 807

Livestock Housing and Management System

LIHOMSYS

3

APH 809

Animal Traction

ANIMTRAC

3

APH 810

Livestock Farming Systems and Research

LFSYSRES

3

APH 898

Seminar

SEMINAR

2

APH 899

Dissertation

DISSERTN

6

Restricted Elective Courses

APH 814

Livestock Diseases and Control

LIDICONT

3

ANP 806

Animal Behaviour

ANIMBEHA

2

 

 

                Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) in Animal Production

 

The Ph.D in Animal Production will have areas of specialization in Ruminant Production, Non-ruminant Production, Livestock systems and Reproductive Physiology.

 

                Course Synopsis

 

Postgraduate Diploma Courses

APH 701:              Sheep and Goat Production Enterprises (2 Units)

Some consideratios in raising sheep and goats. Breeds of sheep and goats. Production records. Determining the age of sheep and goats. Housing and equipment, fences, plans etc. Sheep and goat feeding. Functions of vitamins and minerals. Feeding the dry and lactating ewe/doe. Management Practices. Managing the kids/lamb, doe/ewe, tethering, dehorning, hoof trimming and castration. Identification Practices.

Goat/Sheep disease: Internal parasites, brucellosis, mastitis, footrot, mange, bloat, poisonous plants etc.

 

APH 702:              Commercial Beef and Dairy Cattle Production (3 Units )

Prospects and problems of beef and dairy cattle production. Factors to consider in establishing beef and dairy enterprise. Beef and Dairy cattle breeds and husbandy systems. Housing and equipment. Common diseases and disease control. Marketing of animals and their product.

 

APH 703:              Meat Production and Processing (3 Units)

Construction and design of meat processing factory. Processing equipment and maintenance. Meat selection and cutting methods. Preparation of meat products such as sausages, bacon, burgers etc. Use of seasoning, binders, fillers,  protein supplements and chemical additives in meat products. Types of Packaging materials. Meat and meat products packaging, Principles of costing and pricing in the meat trade. Management of meat shop.

 

APH 704:              Commercial Poultry Production (3 Units)

Management of different classes of birds from day old to maturity. Poultry feed formulation and feed milling business. Routine poultry farm operations. Hatchery operations.  By-products utilization. Processing and Packaging of Poultry meat. Egg handling and processing. Poultry diseases management. Visit to relevant farms.

 

APH 705:              Commercial Swine Production (3 Units)

Economic importance of pig. Breeds of pigs, pigs production problems and prospects.  System of pig production. Management of sows and piglets, growers, gilts, breeding sows and boars. Kinds of commercial pig operation in Nigeria. Factors to consider in establishing commercial piggery. Planning Production targets.  Records keeping. Diseases and disease control. Visit to established farms.

 

APH 706:              Commercial Rabbit Production (3 Units)

Breeds of Rabbit. Selection criteria for breeding stock. Fattening for agricultural show. Breeding and fattening. Housing and General Management Procedures.

 

APH 707:              Small Ruminant Fattening (2 Units)

Introduction: Definition, Market Requirement/Prospects. Breeds of small ruminant. Flocks Development. Systems of Production. Housing Facilities and equipment. Flocks Health Management.Cost and Returns Analysis. Marketing of LIvestock.           

 

APH 708:              Meat Hygiene (2 Units)

Ante-Mortem Management and Inspection of Stock. Post-mortem Inspection and Changes. The micro-biology of meat.  Meat spoilage and preservation. Quality control in the meat industry. Food poisoning and diseases. Meat and meat product regulations. Personal and general hygiene in the meat industry.

 

APH 709:              Abattoir Design and Operation (3 Units)

Site selection. Construction of Lairage, slaughtering and holding pens. Stock flow and retention. Design of passageway,. Walls, floors and drainage in the slaughter house. Abattoir equipment and maintenance. Stunning and slaughtering techniques.  Evisceration and meat inspection regulations. Meat grading and classification. Disposal of carcase by-products.

 

ANN 710:             Swine Nutrition (3 Units)

Chemistry, digestion and absorption of CHO, fats, fibre, protein and nuclic acid with special reference to swine.  General consideration for nutrient requirements for various classes of swine, piglets, weaners, growers, breeders, lactating and dry sows.  Feeds formulation and feed compounding.  Feeding systems for swine, alternative feeding e.g. cafeteria feeding, wet feeding etc.

 

ANN 711:             Poultry Nutrition (3 Units)

General feeds and feedstuffs for poultry. Nutrient composition and feeding value of different ingredients for poultry.  Nutrient requirement for various poultry species and classes of birds.  Alternative feed sources for poultry.

 

ANN 712:             Feed and Feed Resources (3 Units)

Feeds and feedstuffs for livestock, chemical composition and nutritive value of feeds.  Component of rations and ration formulation.  Concentrate feeds, grasses and legumes and their composition.  Feed and feedstuff processing, compounding of rations and formulation.  General aspects of practical livestock feed formulation.

 

ANN 713:             Rabbit Nutrition (3 Unit)

Chemistry, digestion and absorption of CHO, fats, fibre protein and nucleic acid with special reference to rabbits.  Functions and metabolism of CHO, fats, fibre, protein and nucleic acid in rabbits.  Nutrient requirements for various classes of rabbits, growing rabbits, breeding and lactating does.  Feed formulation – feeding systems.

 

 


PRM 714:             Forage Production and Utilization (3 Units)

Forage resources for livestock production in the tropics.  Establishment, management, harvesting and preservation of forage.  Forage quality considerations.  New trends in forage processing (Grass – legumes mixtures), Range improvement.  Grazing reserves for ruminant animals.  Transporting and marketing of forage, stocking rate and productivity evaluations.  Digestibility assessment.

 

ANN 715:             Feed Quality Control (3 Units)

Feed microscopy, identification, characteristics and properties.  Storage quality control of feed stuffs and feeds.  Commercial feed production.  Proximate analysis and mineral analysis.  Fibre characterization.  Biochemical evaluation of feed ingredients.  Toxic substances in feed ingredients.

 

ANN 716:             Sheep and Goat Nutrition (3 Units)

Nutritional peculiarities of sheep and goats.  Feed resources and feeding of sheep and goats in various production system.  Nutrient requirements for maintenqance, growth, milk, hair/wool and reproductive purposes.  Feed production technologies.  Least cost feed formulation for sheep and goats,  rumen manipulation.

ABG 717:              Basic Statistics in Animal Production (2 Units)

Student t-Test, Chi-square test, Normal distribution, Analysis of variance/experimental design.

ABG 718:              Monogastric Animal Breeding (2 Units)

Breeding and selection of poultry, rabbits and swine, Breed development strategies.

 

ABG 719:               Introductory Genetics (2 Units)

A review of basic Mendelian genetics, identification of breeds, Breeds and Breeding Structure, Genes and Genes Structure/functions.

 

ABG 720:              Ruminant Animal Breeding (2 Units)

Breeding and Selection of sheep, Goats, Beef and Dairy Cattle, Breed development strategies.

 

ABG 721:              Controlled Breeding of Sheep and Goat (2 Units)

Definition of controlled breeding in farm animals.  Impact on animal productivity.  Oestrous and pregnancy cycles in sheep and goats.  Oestrus detection and Synchronization, artificial insemination, synchronized breeding, flushing, pregnancy detection, steaming up, accelerated lambing and kidding.  Collection and utilization of reproductive records in controlled breeding.

 

 

PRM 722:             Pasture Management and Animal Production (3 Units)

Pasture improvement techniques, proper uses of tropical pastures, methods of enhancing quality and utilization, grazing management, its effects on pasture and animal productivity, stocking rate, carrying capacity, stocking density, grazing season etc.  Production of different classes of ruminants on pasture, pasture requirements for different classes of animals.

ANN 723:             Cattle Nutrition (3 Units)

Nutrition consideration in the establishment of beef and dairy cattle enterprises.  Tropical feed resources and cattle production.  Milk production from tropical pastures.  Nutrient requirements of beef and dairy cattle.  Ration compounding for beef and dairy cattle.  Feed management of cattle.  Nutritional disease of beef and dairy cattle.  Nutrition-parasites interaction.

 

PRM 727:             Forage Conservation Technology and Dry Season Feeding  (3 Units)

Forage conservation methods, problems and methods of enhancing feed quality in the dry season – intensive feed garden, fodder bank and their uses.

 

M.Agric. Courses

APH 801:              Poultry production

Discussion of various poultry breeds and their performance. Poultry housing. Egg production and marketing. Disease of poultry. Hatchery management and operation. Poultry production as a business.

APH 802:              Sheep and Goats Production

Breeding stock for herd establishment. Breeding problems. Housing and diseases. An overview of small ruminant production. System and their characteristics. Small ruminant production and estimates of their productivity performace. Constraints and opportunities to increased productivity in these systems. Milking and processing.

APH 803:              Beef Cattle Production System (3 Units)

Different methods of beef production. Characteristics of beef cattle, advantanges and disadvantages of the different production system.Feedlot fattening. Slaughtering and products handling.

APH 804:              Dairy Cattle Production

Discussion on breeds and comparative performance of the different breeds. Calf management. Feeding for milk production. Establishment of a dairy enterprise. Problems and prospects of the dairy industry in Nigeria. The milk parlour. Procedures for milking (Hand and Machine milking). Milk handling and processing

APH 805:              Advanced Techniques in Animal Science Research (3 Units)

General Research methodologies. Ethical issues in Animal Science Research. Recent developments in Animal Science. Nutritional Research Technique. Newer approaches to Animal Nutrition. Nutrition of emerging livestocks. Biotechnology in Animal Improvement. Reprodutive techniques. Sex differentiation. Stress and diseases resistance. Feed manipulation. Impact of Biotechnology in Animal Research. Techniques in Animal Reproduction Research. Pasture Research Technique. Background information on pasture Research. Measurements of pasture production. Procedures and design in grassland research. Advanced Research Techniques in Animal Production. Discussion of the recent findings and experimental techniques in the management, feed, feeding, breeding of farm animals. Reports, new research techniques and current literature of interest in animal science. Modification of techniques.

APH 806:              Swine Production (3 Units)

Description of Various breeds. Management of Pig (Farrowing, litter management, Growers and furnisher). Feeding and breeding. Stock selection and improvement. Pig handling, slaughter and processing. Pig products. Pig production as business

APH 807:              Housing and Management of farm Animals (3 Units)

Description of different species, breeds and their characteristics. General principles of livestock management. Principles of housing and types with the advantage and disadvantages. Animal handling and techniques. The livestock industry in Nigeria-Problems and prospectus. Maintaining a healthy herd/flock

 

APH 808:              Rabbit Production (2 Units)

Description of various breeds, features and performance. Rabbit management, feeding and housing. Backyard rabbit production. Low-cost housing protypes production techniques, disease prevention and controlling. Commercial rabbit enterprise.

APH 809:              Animal Traction (3 Units)

Introduction – Draft animal selection. Animal husbandry.  Training draft animals, Yokes and harnesses.  Hitches. Field operations ands implements. Economics and technical assistance. Animal traction extension

APH 810:              Livestock Farming Systems and Research (3 Units)

Types and characteristics of livestock farming/Production. Systems with special emphasis on Nigeria. Concept, methodology and applicability of livestock farming systems. Research in Smallholder systems in Africa with emphasis on Nigeria Livestock extension services.

 

 

APH 813:              Animal Products and Processing (2 Units)

Egg formation in the reproductive systems of domestic fowls. Egg quality characteristics. Physical and chemical composition, marketing and storage of eggs. Types of egg products. Hatchery management. Process of milk production. Milk quality characteristics. Milk spoilage and preservation methods. Types of milk products with emphasis on local cheese production. Slaughtering methods, meat quality characteristics.

Meat spoilage, preservation methods. Types of meat products and processing.

APH 814:              Livestock Diseases and Control (3 Units)

A general account of the main diseases of various species of livestock, disease causing organisms – virus, bacteria, mycoplasma, fungus, protozoa, internal and ectoparasites, metabolic diseases, prevention and control of diseases in farm animals.  Traditional and conventional methods of treatment.

 

4.4.12    Academic Staff List

S/N

Name

Rank

Qualification

Specialisation

1.

 A.B.J. Aina

Professor/HOD

B.S.C, M.Sc. Ph.D(Ibadan) PGDE(Ilorin),MASAN, MNSAP

Small Ruminant production

2.

 S.S. Abiola

Professor

DIP(Leeds), B.Sc(Kansas),M.Sc, Ph.D(Ibadan)

Monogastric Anim. Production

3.

  B.O. Oduguwa

Principal Research Fellow

B.Sc, M.Sc(Ibadan)

Ph.D(FFUNAAB)

Ruminant Production

 

4.

 S.O. Sowande

Reader

B.Sc, M.Sc, Ph.D (FFUNAAB)

 

Ruminant Production

5.

 O.A. Adeyemi

Senior Lecturer

B.Agric, M.Agric. (Ilorin), Ph.D(FFUNAAB)

Monogastric Production

6.

 S. O. Iposu

Senior Lecturer

B. Agric, M.Agric (FFUNAAB), Ph.D (Lincoln, NZ)

Ruminant Production

7.

 O.O.O. Adewumi

Senior Lecturer

B. Agric. Tech., M.Agric. Tech, PhD (Akure)

Ruminant Production

8.

 O. M. Sogunle,

Senior Lecturer

B.Agric,M.Agric,

Ph.D(FFUNAAB)

Monogastric Production

10.

 O. A. Fasae

Senior Lecturer

B.Agric, Tech, M.Agric(Akure) Ph.D (FFUNAAB)

Ruminant Production

11.

K.A. Sanwo

Lecturer I

B.Agric (Ago-Iwoye), M.Agric (Ibadan), Ph.D(FFUNAAB)

Ruminant Production (Meat Science)

12.

 L.T. Egbeyale

Lecturer II

B.Agric,M.Agric,

Ph.D(FFUNAAB)

Monogastric Production

13.

 O.S. Akinola

Lecturer II

B.Agric,M.Agric,

Ph.D(FFUNAAB)

Monogastric Production

14.

O.O. Adeleye

Lecturer II

B.Agric,M.Agric. (FFUNAAB), Ph.D (Newcastle)

Monogastric Production

 

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