Livestock Production Science
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Livestock Production Science
To acquaint with inherent nutritional quality of feed ingredients and feeds. Evaluation of feeds and fodders and feed preservation techniques. Procurement and storage of feed ingredients. Losses during storage and its control.
Students must be able to:
1. Understand the scientific principles that underpin commercial animal productivity.
2. Explain basic principles of livestock physiology (i.e. reproductive endocrinology)
3. Carry out safe laboratory analytical procedures to determine nutrient values of feeds.
Module-I: Feeding the world
Population Growth and Global Animal Industries, Issues Surrounding Animal Production, Animal Feeds and the Environment, General Animal Production, Efficiency and Food Safety.
Estimation of Broiler poultry farming method.
Module-II: Animal Nutrition
Introduction to animal nutrition, Nutrition food, Animal Diet, Child Nutrition.
Preparation of Nutrition Food.
Module-III: Diary product and management
Orientation and Dairy Genetics, Forage Production and Pasture Management, Feeds, Hay and Silage Making, and Feed Processing, Nutrition Basics, Requirements, and Feeding of Lactating Cows, Design and planning for poultry feeding experiments.
Module-IV: Poultry science
Behavior Patterns of Chickens, chicken welfare, Duck rearing, Effects of housing, transport and slaughter on bird welfare.
Design and planning for poultry feeding experiments.
Module-V: Sustainable food production
Animals and Sustainable Food Production, Disease as a Barrier to Sustainability, Animals Response to Infectious Disease, Our Role in Fighting Infectious Disease.
Module-VI: Livestock product and technology
Animal behavior and welfare, Animal ecosystem interference, Dairy production and Management, Sustainable food production.
Preparation of Diary Production.
Module-VII: Live Stock production and management
Dairy Plant management, Management & Quality Control, Breeding Management in Livestock
Milk and Milk products, Production and management of Poultry.
Measurment of egg quality.
DairyCo 2012 Breeding+: breeding improvement programme [Book] shelf no: 636.214082
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Frandson, R.D., Wilkie, W. and Fails, A.D. (2003). Anatomy and Physiology of Farm Animals. (6th edition). Lippincott Williams and Williams
Population Growth and Global Animal Industries
Issues Surrounding Animal Production
Animal Feeds and the Environment
General Animal Production, Efficiency and Food Safety
Nutrition of food
Introduction to animal nutrition
Orientation and Dairy Genetics
Forage Production and Pasture Management
Feeds, Hay and Silage Making, and Feed Processing
Nutrition Basics, Requirements, and Feeding of Lactating Cows
Design and planning for poultry feeding experiments
Behaviour Patterns of Chickens
Effects of housing, transport and slaughter on bird welfare
Animals and Sustainable Food Production
Disease as a Barrier to Sustainability
Our Role in Fighting Infectious Disease
Animal behaviour and welfare
Animal ecosystem interferance
Dairy production and Management
Sustainable food production
Dairy Plant management
Breeding Management in
Production and management policy
Estimation of Broiler poultry farming method
Preparation of Nutrition Food
Preparation of Diary Production
Measurment of egg quality
Identification of feed for different categories of livestock
My specilization in the field of Zoology is primarily related to environmental biology. Currently my research area is based on phytoremediation and vermicomposting . My academic career drove me to be an enthusiastic faculty and to reach out to each and every learner for their allround development.