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Mr. Peter B. Ogore

 

 

Mr. Peter Busaka Ogore

Lecturer, Department of Animal Science, Faculty of Agriculture,

P. O. Box 536, 20115 Egerton, Kenya

Tel: +254 51 221 7737

Mobile: +254 723 420 893

Fax: +254 51 211 1113

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Website www.ergeton.ac.ke

Sept.,1992- April, 1996

Master of Science in Animal Production (Animal breeding option).

Egerton university Kenya

Sept.,1988-Nov., 1991

Bachelor of Sciences in Animal Production.

Egerton University, Kenya.

May, 1976-July, 1979

Distinction Diploma in Animal Husbandry.

Egerton College, Kenya.

March, 1972- May, 1974

Distinction Certificate in General Agriculture

Embu Institute Of Agriculture Kenya

Feb., 1968- Nov., 1971

Kenya Certificate of School Education

St Paul High School, Kisii.

 

EDUCATION

FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION

 

Animal Breeding, Aquaculture and General Livestock Production and Management.

 

PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

 

Dates/Year

Title of Certificate

Institution Awarding

July 2014

Feb. 2015

Hydroponic fodder production

Egerton University

Oct-Nov. 1999

Post graduate Intensive Aquaculture Management

Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

2001 to date

Academic curriculum development; for Diploma in livestock Resource programme, Consultancy in Livestock management, Biogas technology and Aquaculture. Departmental member of Welfare and extension programme Committees.

Egerton University and community

 

WORK EXPERIENCE

 

Nov2002- Date

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

March 2012- 2014

Acting Farm Manager: University farm (Tatton Agriculture Park)

Nov 1999 - Nov. 2002

Assistant Lecturer, Department of Animal Sciences, Egerton University.

May1992-Nov.,1999

Teaching Assistant, Department of Animal Sciences, Egerton University.

July 1987- Nov. 1992

Senior Technician, Department of Animal Science, Egerton University.

April 1982-July 1987

Demonstrator, Department of Animal Science, Egerton University.

Aug. 1979- March 1981

Lecturer (III), Animal Production Department, Bukura Institute of Agriculture, Ministry of Livestock Development.

May 1974-July 1979

Demonstrator Animal Production Department Bukura Institute of Agriculture

 

MOST RECENT SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

 

1.

Khobondo J O, Ogore P B, Atela J A, Onjoro P S, Ondiek J O and Kahi A K 2015. The effects of dietary probiotics on natural IgM antibody titres of Kenyan indigenous chicken. Livestock Research for Rural Development. Volume 27, Article #230. Retrieved November 2, 2015, from http://www.lrrd.org/lrrd27/11/khob27230.html

2.

James Ombiro Ondiek,* Ogore, P.B., Shakala, E.K. and Kaburu, G.M. 2013. Prevalence of bovine mastitis, its therapeutics and control in tatton agriculture park, Egerton University, Njoro District of Kenya. Accepted Basic Research Journal of Agricultural Science and Review ISSN 2315-6880 Vol. 2(1) pp. 15-20 January 2013. Available online http//www.basicresearchjournals.org.

3.

James Ombiro Ondiek,* Ogore, P.B., Shakala, E.K. and Kaburu, G.M. 2013. Feed intake, digestibility and performance of growing small East African goats offered maize (Zea mays) stover supplemented with Balanites aegyptiaca and Acacia tortilis leaf forages. Basic Research Journal of Agricultural Science and Review ISSN 2315-6880 Vol. 2(1) pp. 21-26 January 2013. Available online http//www.basicresearchjournals.org

4.

Wambui, C.C., Abdulrazak, S.A., J.O. Ondiek and P.O. Ogore. 2004. Role and Management of donkeys at farm level in Nakuru district, Kenya. Draught Animal News. No. 41: 24-29.

5.

Matofari, J.W., Bebe, B.O., Ondiek, J.O. and Ogore, P.B. 2001. Evaluation of California Mastitis Test as a field-test for the detection of bacterial infection in sub-clinical mastitis in smallholder dairy herds. Egerton Journal Science and Technology 3:32-38.

6.

Bebe, B.O., Abdulrazak, S.A., Ogore, P.B., Ondiek, J.O. and Fujihara, T. 2001. A Note on Risk Factors for Calf Mortality in Large-Scale Dairy Farms in the Tropics: A Case Study on Rift Valley Area of Kenya. Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Science 14 (6):855-857.

7.

Ogore, P.B. Baker, L.R., Kenyanjui, M., and Thorpe,W., !999. Assessment of natural ixodid tick infestations in sheep. Small Ruminant Research . 33: 103-107./

 

CONFERENCES/CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

 

1.

T.O Rewe, P.B. Ogore and A.K. Kahi. Integrated Goat Projects in Kenya : Impact on Genetic improvement . Proceedings of the 7th World International Congress on Applied Animal Genetics , France 15th-21st September, 2002.

2.

Abdulrazak, S.A., Ogore, B.P., Ondiek, J.O. Migwi, P. and Shah, K. 2001. Efficacy of a natural based product (wormkill) in treatment of gastrointestinal nematodes in sheep in Kenya. In the challenges of draught to livestock production in Kenya. Proceedings of the Animal Production n Society of Kenya 2001. Annual Symposium held on 7-8 March at Egerton University Njoro, Kenya.

3.

Ogore, P.B., Baker R.L.; Kenyanjui, M.; Thorpe, W. and Kahi, A.K. Genetic variation in sheep infested with ticks and nematodes (gastrointestinal in Coastal Kenya. 6 Kenya Agricultural Research Institute Scientific Conference, held on 27-30th October 1996,6th KARI Conference Centre Nairobi, Kenya. 301-311.

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

 

Breeding – Disease genetics, Aquaculture, Biogas production technology

 

Projects

 

October 2012-2016. Biogas project Evaluation of utilization of biogas programme in Kenya Grants, NOCOSTI

Documentation of Egerton history as an instruction of high learning

1.

September 1999 to June 2004: Indigenous chickens Field survey – Baseline Data of Kenya.

2.

Biogas Construction Egerton Digester -GTZ/EGERTON

3.

Higher Education inks- Egerton University Dairy Goats Project in Nakuru District Kenya.

 

Seminars and workshops

 

Pedagogy course (April 2008, 1 week)

Workshop on Scientific proposal writing (June, 2008, 1 week)

Pedagogy course (July, 2001, 1week).

Executive Seminar Series (March,2001) African Virtual University centre-Egerton University.

Workshop on Milk and meat production from sheep and goats in the tropics(July-August 1986) Winrock International/USAID/Egerton

 

MEMBERSHIP TO PROFESSIONAL/SCIENTIFIC ASSOCIATIONS

 

Membership Category

Organization

Member

Animal Production Society of Kenya

Member

Agricultural Society of Kenya

 

REFEREES

1. Prof. Alex K. Kahi. (D.Sc Agric)

Professor Quantitative Genetics and Animal breeding

DVC (Academic Affairs)

Egerton University. P.O. Box 536-20115,

Egerton.

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2. Prof. S.A. Abdulrazak

Professor of Animal Nutrition

Egerton University.

P.O. Box 536-20115, Egerton.

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3. Dr Anthony Macharia Kingori, (Ph.D)

Animal Nutrition

COD. Animal Science Department

Egerton University.

P.O. Box 536-20115, Egerton.

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