Moyosore Joseph Adegbeye

Moyosore Joseph Adegbeye
Federal University of Technology, Akure | futa · Department of Animal Production and Health

B.Agric, M.Sc

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Introduction
Moyosore does research in sheep and goat, rumen health, Cleaner and greener livestock production, phytogenic feed additives.. My new research interest is chrono-management of ruminant. https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6485-2489

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This study aimed to evaluate the long-term effect of oral administration of Caesalpinia coriaria Jacq (Cascalote) wild fruit extract to lambs on ruminal methane, carbon monoxide, and hydrogen sulfide production and in vitro fermentation profile. Rumen liquor (RL) was collected from lambs administered with 0- (RL0), 30- (RL30), and 60- (RL60) mL of...
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Nig. J. Anim. Prod. 2022, 49(3):265-284. https://doi.org/10.51791/njap.v49i3.3565 Nigerian Society for Animal Production Nigerian Journal of Animal Production © Reports has shown that in mice and cattle feeding time has the capacity to impact nutrient use and assimilation by the gut. However, there is a little or no report of the impact of such on...
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This study was conducted to evaluate the impact of dried moringa leaves (DML) on semen quality, immunoglobulin measurements, blood metabolic analysis, antioxidant status and sex hormones of V-line rabbit bucks. Twenty-four mature rabbit bucks of 7-8 months-old of proven fertility with an average weight (2.8 ± 0.4 kg) were classified into four treat...
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Smallholder farmers are the worst hit by the impact of the changing climate, especially those in developing countries. Climate change shows direct impact on the significant contribution of the production systems and related practices of smallholder farmers. Ruminant production systems emit various proportions of the primary greenhouse gases of carb...
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The emission of greenhouse gases from livestock due to the fermentation process in the gastrointestinal tract is a colossal burden for veterinarians worldwide. These detrimental greenhouse gases are considered not only environmental pollutants but also toxic to human health. Livestock is considered a significant contributor to climate change by rel...
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In this chapter, we explore the impacts of agricultural practices on the properties of the soil, discussing conservation tillage, crop rotation (see below), etc. This chapter further discusses the need for conservation tillage outlining benefits such as reduction of topsoil erosion and runoff, and carbon sequestration. It carefully explains how con...
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Three hundred 1-day old broiler chickens were used to assess the effects of Mucuna leaf meal (MLM) dietary supplementation on the performance, haemato-biochemical indices, oxidative status and meat of broiler chickens. Five experimental supplemented diets were formulated: diets: 1 (0% supplement), 2 (1.1 % OXYT), 3 (0.5% MLM), 4 (1.0 % MLM) and 5 (...
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The objective of this review was to analyze the effect of dietary selenium on oxidative stress in horses by considering past and recent bibliographic sources. Some research was done on oxidative stress, related pathologies and how selenium regulates oxidative stress. Oxidizing molecules are molecules that can accept electrons from the substances wi...
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Fecal samples were collected from horses with 0-, 60- and 120-mL aqueous extract of the Cascalote fruit for 30 days as Fecal 0, Fecal 60 and Fecal 120, respectively. During incubation, 0, 0.6, 1.2- and 1.8-mL CC extract was added to each fecal type. Feces from the horse given no CC extract produced the lowest (P =0.0014) methane while the fecal fro...
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Butyrate is a short-chain fatty acid derived from the microbial fermentation of dietary fibers in the foregut or hindgut, and the impact on gut is dependent on the concentration and availability of butyrate produced from diet. However, the objective of this study was to determine the effect of sodium butyrate (SB) addition in milk replacement on th...
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The effect and conversion of diets containing water-washed neem (Azadirachta indica A. Juss) fruit (WN) biomass as substantiable feed resource was determined on rumen microbial population, fermentation, and meat fatty acid profile of fattened West African dwarf rams. One-year old, individually housed rams (N = 25; 12.3 ± 2.0 kg), five per treatment...
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Thirty weanling male Large White pigs of 13.46 ± 0.38 kg live weight were randomly allotted to five dietary treatments designated as T1 (the control diet), T2 (naturally fermented cassava starch residue [NFR] diet), T3 (microbe-fermented cassava starch residue [MFR] diet), T4 (naturally fermented cassava peel [NFP] diet) and T5 (microbe-fermented c...
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Bioactive ingredients are secondary metabolites produced in plants and are usually extracted and used for different purposes such as rumen fermentation and product quality improvement in animal nutrition. One of the bioactive ingredients is tannin from quebracho trees which could be used in livestock nutrition. This study was performed to evaluate...
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Research efforts have been directed at the use of non-conventional feed ingredients of agro-industrial origin in the poultry industry. Cassava tuber wastes (CTWs) such as the peels, sievates or pulp waste, cassava whey and cassava starch residues are part of such ingredients. Thus, there is need to evaluate their impact in the poultry industry. Thi...
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This study objective w as to assess the effect of tim e of feeding on nutrients intake and haemato-biochem ical indices of W est African dw arf (W AD) bucks. Fifteen bucks w ith an initial live-w eight of 7.50 ± 0.35 kg aged betw een 8-12 months w ere grouped into three treatm ents and five replicates for 115 days. The bucks w ere fed once daily in...
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Raising sheep and goats in the gulf region is a large entrepreneurial business. This is, of course, derived from the big demands of lamb and goat meats for citizens and expatriates. There is a major population living in the rural desert areas whose main income steps from rising local sheep and goats. Despite large number of farmers into sheep produ...
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Background This study was conducted to evaluate the impact of time of feeding on the performance of WAD goats during pregnancy, and to assess how the time of feeding of the dam affect the growth of their kids’ postpartum. Twelve (12) pregnant does were used in the pre-partum and in the postpartum, the same 12 lactating does and their 12 kids (1 kid...
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This study was conducted to evaluate the effect of time of feeding on production performance of West African Dwarf (WAD) goats. Two experiments involving twenty-seven goats (15 bucks and 12 gravid does) were conducted. In Experiment I, the bucks were randomly allocated into three treatments of five replicates and fed for 115 days. In experiment II,...
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The use of fruits waste from tanniniferous trees represents a new technology that aims to solve or mitigate greenhouse gases emission, and to increase the production of food of animal origin in an ecofriendly manner. This study aims to evaluate the production of methane and carbon dioxide, degradability by in vitro ruminal fermentation in goats die...
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Modern-day intensive system of livestock farming is being faced with the increasing pressure to combat various health-related issues. This will require antimicrobial feed additives or drugs for either curative or preventive purposes. Nevertheless, antimicrobial resistance, re-emerging diseases, and disease outbreak call for the need to develop new...
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Research efforts have been directed at the use of non-conventional feed ingredients of agro-industrial origin in the poultry industry. Cassava tuber wastes (CTWs) such as the peels, sievates or pulp waste, cassava whey and cassava starch residues are part of such ingredients. Thus, there is need to evaluate their impact in the poultry industry. Thi...
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In the race against deadly diseases, multiple drugs have been developed as a treatment strategy in livestock. Each treatment is based on a specific mechanism to find a suitable drug. Antibiotics have become a fundamental part of the equine industry to treat bacterial diseases. These antibiotics have specific doses and side effects and understanding...
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This paper outlines the effect of farming systems with reference to season on the body condition score (BCS) and adaptive profile (physiological, hemato-biochemical, hormonal, enzymatic and reproductive parameters) of Nellore sheep. In trial 1, sixty ewe-lambs were allotted to extensive, semi-intensive, and intensive rearing systems (n ¼ 20) and ev...
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The effects of black cumin seed powder, papaya seed powder, and mustard seed powder on broiler chickens' growth and blood indices were investigated. The basal diets (starter and grower) were formulated and divided into five portions. The first portion (T1) had no supplementation; portion two (T2) had 1.1 g/100g oxytetracycline (OT) supplementation....
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The study aims to evaluate the effect of aqueous and methanolic extracts of three herbs, namely, neem (Azadirachta indica), drumstick (Moringa oleifera) and scent (Ocimum gratissimum), and three spices garlic (Allium sativum), ginger (Zingiber officinale) and onion leaflets (Allium cepa) on ruminal methane production and fermentation characteristic...
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Application of phytogenic feed additives in livestock production is a sustainable practice and the search for more phytogenic options continues. This study was conducted to investigate the impact of lemongrass supplementation on nutrient utilization, rumen fermentation and milk production and composition. Thirty gestating Farafra ewes were randomly...
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The experiment was conducted with an intent to know the effect of different farming systems on the growth performance, nutrient digestibility coefficients, reproductive traits, disease incidence, heat stress indices, and cost economics of Nellore sheep. The study includes two parallel trials to prevent the influence of age on heat stress indices (p...
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This study aims to assess the impact of time of feeding on the body temperature of West African dwarf (WAD) goats. Twenty-seven goats (15 buck and 12 pregnant does) were used in this experiment. The bucks and gravid does were fed same experimental diet once daily at either, 06:00h, 12:00h or 18:00h in the morning, afternoon or evening, respectively...
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Raising sheep and goats in the gulf region is a large entrepreneurial business. This is, of course, derived from the big demands of lamb and goat meats for citizens and expatriates. There is a major population living in the rural desert areas whose main income steps from rising local sheep and goats. Despite large number of farmers into sheep produ...
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This study investigated the effect of potato peel extract (PPE), orally administrated to rabbits, on serum blood metabolites and ameliorating oxidative stress induced by cold stress under Egyptian winter conditions. Twenty-four bucks grouped into three treatments (8 animals per group) were used for the experiment. The animals received 1.5 ml of wat...
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In a study to determine the growth-promoting effect of water-washed neem (Azadirachta indica A. Juss) fruit (WN) in West African Dwarf (WAD) rams, a total mixed ration was formulated with 0 (WN0), 2.5 (WN2.5), 5.0 (WN5), 7.5 (WN7.5), and 10.0 (WN10) % of WN inclusion. Twenty-five yearling rams (12.3 ± 2.0 kg) were assigned to one of the five dietar...
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This study was conducted to determine the rumen digesta fatty acid profile and biohydrogenation intermediates of West African dwarf rams fattened with diets containing water-washed neem (Azadirachta indica) fruit (WNF). Twenty-five yearling rams (12.3±2.0 kg) were assigned to one of the five dietary groups with five animals per group in a completel...
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The increasing competition for available resources and inefficient use of those limited resources necessitates the need to improve the use of available resources. If these inefficacies are not corrected, the resource-poor farmers, mainly living in developing countries will be most affected. Yet these resource farmers contribute immensely for food p...
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The resulting effect of insurgency on economic, social and food insecurity in the country has been immeasurable in recent years. This study was carried out to access its impact on availability of beef cattle on cattle sellers and consumers in selected cattle markets. Thus, two (2) structured questionnaire were administered to one hundred and fifty...
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The resistance of microbial strain to the use of medically important antibiotics, high cost of production, and the resistance of ecto and endoparasite to anthelminthic and acaricidal is a cause for concern. There has been intensified effort in search for alternatives to synthetic drugs. Such alternative must be able to kill, reduce, or inhibit path...
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This study presents an experimental investigation of the dietary inclusion effect of dried Kochia indica Wight (K) tree foliages on growth performance and nutrient digestibility of growing rabbits. Four experimental diets were prepared in which 25, 50, 75 and 100% of the berseem hay (Trifolium alexandrinum L., Egyptian clover) in the control (K0) d...
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This paper reviews the use of green tea (Camellia sinensis L.) in poultry diets in particular, drawing together the findings of various recent studies, in which attention has been paid to the role of green tea in improving the health of animals and humans. Green tea improved feed intake, final body weight, and nutrient use efficiency and could be u...
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The rapid expansion of nanotechnology has been transforming the food industry by increasing market share and expenditure. Although nanotechnology offers promising benefits as feed additives, their usage in equines is primarily geared toward immunotherapy, hyper-immunization techniques, drug delivery systems, grooming activities, and therapeutic pur...
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Artificial insemination is a popular assisted reproductive technology that ensures transfer of genetic informationfrom animal to animal. This study was meant to evaluate the influence of artificial insemination and natural matingon selected reproductive parameters. Five hybrid females of Duroc-landrace line were selected while 3 boars wereused for...
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This study evaluated the effect of pawpaw, black cumin, and mustard seed meals (PSM, BSM, and MSM, respectively) supplementation on broiler chickens' performance, gut microflora, and gut morphology. Two basal diets were formulated for the starter and grower phases and divided into five portions. Portion one (Diet 1), the negative control, contained...
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In Nigeria, there have been clashes between herdsmen and crop farmers. While a lot of people have adjudged it to be solely a religious and political affair, the reality on the ground that cannot be ignored is the fact that the fight for limited resources has led to this conflict. Countless lives, properties and source of livelihoods have been lost...
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The immergence of antibiotic resistance, in livestock especially poultry, led to the ban of antibiotics as a growth promoter in some part of the world. This brought about the investigations into the development of various alternatives to antibiotics that will not compromise the integrity of poultry products for safe consumption. Therefore, this stu...
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Mycotoxin residues are transferred from feed to animal products, yet, less attention has been paid to it in developing countries. There is a need to find alternative alleviation material for reducing the impact of mycotoxin. This review is meant to elucidate different additives that can reduce mycotoxin residue in animal products in the world, espe...
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Previous and current agricultural practices have contributed to environmental pollution, which is further affecting food security, human health, and climate. Yet, agriculture cannot be eliminated, because, of its promising role in ending hunger, reducing poverty, improving nutrition, and achieving food security in low-middle income countries. Hence...
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Anti-nutritional factors (ANF) in plants reduce the intake or nutrient utilization and determines the extent of using those plants as fodder for livestock. Compared to non-legume forages, leguminous fodder constitutes wide range of anti-nutritional factors. The nutrient composition of the tree legume fodders has been attracting the attention of man...
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Improving digestibility, fermentation characteristics, and reducing greenhouse biogases to protect the environment without the use of synthetic materials is an important goal of modern-day farming and nutritionist. Plant extracts are capable of solving these. This is due to the digestive enzymes and the bioactive components capable of performing an...
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Aims: The influence of Lactobacillus farciminis (LB) on ruminal fermentation characteristic was elucidated in this study. Methods and results: Ruminal fermentation was conducted using maize silage ration (R) and concentrate (C) as 75R:25C, 50R:50C and 25R:75C, supplemented with lactic acid bacteria (LB) at 0, 20 and 30 mg/g dry matter substrate...
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s The study was carried out to evaluate the proximate composition and phytochemical values of black cumin seed (Nigella sativa), mustard seed (Brassica juncea) and pawpaw seed (Carica papaya) as potential ingredient and phytogenic feed additive for livestock. The phytochemical analysis and proximate composition of mustard seed, pawpaw seed and blac...
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The present context was designed to investigate the efficacy of devil fish (DF; Plecostomus sp.) silage and Staphylococcus saprophyticus on fermentation characteristics as well as greenhouse gases production mitigation attributes in horses. Four levels of ensiled DF at 0 (control DF0), 6 (DF6), 12 (DF12), and 18 (DF18) % were added into the diet. M...
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Environmental impact of livestock production has received a considerable public scrutiny because of the adverse effects of nutrient run-offs, primarily N and P, from agricultural land harboring intensive energy livestock operations. Hence, this study was designed to determine the efficacy of dietary phytase supplementation on fermentation of a sorg...
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Several concerns exist regarding horse rearing such as environmental pollution, antibiotics resistance, digestive disorders, mycotoxins contamination of animal feed, gut health management, and improvement of feed efficiency. Nanoparticles have the potential to address these issues and thus could be used as feed additive. Citrate reduces and stabili...
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Alongside the liver, rumen is one of the most important components of metabolism in ruminants. However, the microbes residing in the rumen are influenced by several complex factors such as diet, which result in fluctuations in the rumen pH. Rumen pH, affects feed intake and feed digestibility, subsequently causing microbial shift in the individual...
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Equines are faced with digestive disorders derived from abrupt feed changes from mainly forages to high-starch cereal grains. This diet change aimed at meeting the nutritional requirements to optimize the horse's performance causes microbial imbalances in the gut, which results in unintended but inevitable health problems such as colic, diarrhea, g...
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Greenhouse gases mitigation in equine is a new developing area of interest. Methane (CH4) emission is associated with its negative impacts on the environment and its energy loss processes in foregut and hindgut fermenter where it is produced. Hence, this study was designed to examine the influence of two vegetable oils on carbon dioxide (CO2), CH4,...

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M: Milk quantity in gram
Milk protein in percentage
Milk fat in percentage
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There are many challenges in modern day livestock production, but the most compelling one is the greenhouse gas production. How can ecological knowledge be of help to livestock production?
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Mycology is the study of fungi. What are novel fungi that are not poisonous but has high fiber degradability.
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In developing countries, most of whom are in Asia, Africa, the ruminant production faces a lot problems such as poor digestibility nutritional, high cost of feed, marketing, poor product preservation, etc. However, transfering all technologies or knowledge from Developing countries is not sustainable. What are technique, either from developed nations or other developing nation that has high adaptabliity that can be transfered and researched into in Subsaharan Africa, Asia, south east Asia etc

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