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Dr. Onjoro Paul Anthans (PhD)

 

Dr. Paul Athans Onjoro (PhD),

Lecturer, Department of Animal Science, Faculty of Agriculture,

P. O. Box 536, 20115 Egerton, Kenya

Tel: +254 773992245

Mobile: +254 722720604

Fax: +254 51 211 1113

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EDUCATION

 

2005-2012

Doctor of Ag, Animal Nutrition (Ph.D.)

Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany

1992-1995

Master of Science in Animal Science (Animal Nutrition option).

Egerton University, Kenya

1988-1991

Bachelor of Sciences in Animal Production.

Egerton University, Kenya.

1986-1987

Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education

Sigalame High School, Busia

1982- 1985

Kenya Certificate of School Education

Sigalame High School, Busia

 

FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION

 

Animal Nutrition, Aquaculture and General Livestock Production and Management.

 

PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

 

Dates/Year

Title of Certificate

Institution Awarding

June 2006

Research Proposal Writing Skills

Egerton University

2009

Research Proposal Writing Skills

Proposal writing workshop of KAAP at KIA Nairobi

2010

Student Counseling

Egerton University

2001 to date

Academic curriculum development; Competence based curriculum; Consultant in Mineral Nutrition and Feed processing Technology Archbishop Kings Outreach Church

Egerton University and community

 

WORK EXPERIENCE

 

Aug 2005- Date

Lecturer, Department of Animal Science, Faculty of Agriculture, Egerton University.

Community Extension and Outreach, Research

Jul. 19955- Nov. 2005

Assistant Lecturer, Department of Animal Sciences, Egerton University.

Nov. 1992– Jul. 1995

Teaching Assistant, Department of Animal Sciences, Egerton University.

 

MOST RECENT SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

 

1.

B.S. Nyakira B. S., Tuitoek J. K., Onjoro P. A., Ambula M. K., 2015. Evaluation of The Nutritive Value of Sugar Cane Tops, Mulberry Leaves (M. Alba) and Calliandra (C. Calothyrsus) as Feed Supplements for Goats. Journal Of Animal Science Advances. J. Anim. Sci. Adv., 2015, 5(3): 1225-1233

2.

Nyakira B.S1, Tuitoek J.K.2and Onjoro P. A. 20143. Effect of Supplementing Ensiled Sugarcane Tops with Mulberry and Calliandraon Growth and Performance of Dairy Goat KidsE. Afr. Agric. For. J. 80(2),80-85

3.

Domitila, N. M; Njoka, E. N; Onjoro, P. A.; Ambula, K, 2014. Evaluating The Potential of Triticale Grain Grown In Kenya as an Alternative Feed Ingredient in Broiler Diet in Raw or Thermal Treated (Pelleted) Form. J. Anim. Sci. Adv., 2015, 5(2): 1181-1193

4.

Domitila, N. M; Onjoro, P. A; Njoka, E. N and Ambula, M. K. 2014. A Comparison Between Maize And Triticale Grain Grown In Kenya And The Effect Of Thermal Treatment On Their Nutritive Composition, Digestibility And Energy For Finishing Broilers, Egerton J. Sci. & Technol. Volume 14: 1-13

5

Onjoro P. A.; Njoka-Njiru E. N.; Ottaro J. M.; Simon A. ; Schwartz H. J. 2006. Effects of mineral supplementation on milk yield of free-ranging camels (Camelusdromedarius) in northern Kenya.Asian-australasian journal of animal sciences, Vol. 19: 1597-1602

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Onjoro P.A., Njoka, E. N., Ottaro, J. M. 2004. Status of minerals in the soils, water, forage, blood, milk, urine and faeces of free-ranging camels (Camelus dromedarius) in Northern Kenya during the dry season. International Journal of Agricultural and Rural Development Vol. 5 2004: 121-128

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Onjoro, P. A.2004. Effects of mineral status on milk production of free-ranging Somali camels (Camelus dromedarius) in northern Kenya. Egerton University journal

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

 

Animal Nutrition, Indigenous Chicken, Animal Feed Processing Technology,Animal Production, Mineral Nutrition, Laboratory Animals

 

MEMBERSHIP TO PROFESSIONAL/SCIENTIFIC ASSOCIATIONS

 

Membership Category

Organization

Member

Animal Production Society of Kenya

Member

Camel Society of Kenya