Georges Tenny Ngu
B.Agric. Tech. (Animal Productions), MSc. in Animal Science (options in Monogastric Nutrition and Reproductive Physiology), PhD student
Poultry Flock Management, Ration formulation
B.Agric. Tech. (Animal Productions), MSc. in Animal Science (options in Monogastric Nutrition and Reproductive Physiology), PhD student
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Introduction Antibiotic growth promoters (AGP) are used worldwide to prevent poultry pathogens and disease so as to improve meat and egg production. However, the use of AGP resulted in common problems such as development of drug-resistant bacteria, drug residues in the body of birds, and imbalance of normal microflora. As a consequence, it has become necessary to develop alternatives using either ...
Participation in Forum on March 1, 2018
Interesting article Dr. Kumar. Is it possible to have the manuscripts and how available can one get Nbiotic in Cameroon. Doing my PhD research in poultry Nutrition and would have loved to use as one of my treatments to authentic the results in Sub Saharan Africa. My email is geotenngu@yahoo.com and full address: Georges Tenny Ngu Department of Animal Science Faculty of Agriculture and Veterinary ...
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INTRODUCTION Medicinal plants having various phytochemicals and bioactive components such as trace metal ions, vitamins, alkaloids, carotenoids, polyphenols, fats, carbohydrates, and proteins are involved in enhancing long-term health benefits. Sravanthi and Rao (2014). Moringa oleifera, commonly known as (family: Moringaceae) horse radish tree or drumstick tree, is both nutritional and medicina ...
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Megharaja Manangi, Manager, Poultry Nutrition (R&D) at Novus International, presented his research, "The effect of combining microbial phytase, protease, and xylanase on performance of broiler chicks fed diets containing reduced levels of available phosphorus, amino acids and energy," during the PSA 2017 meeting in Orlando, USA.
Participation in Forum on January 26, 2016
We experienced this phenomenon, in a batch of 2,000 birds kept in our farms. From the contributions so far i think our problem was light intensity and maybe insufficient feed. Thanks to all for their contributions. We will certainly use the advise to work to correct this anomaly.
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Participation in Forum on January 19, 2016
A very informative article especially for Sub Saharan African countries that produce a lot of Cassava. With the trend in world poultry meat production and the high cost of major feed ingredients, alternative feed ingredients holds a promising future for Africa. Thanks a lot Prof. Iji and team at UNE
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Participation in Forum on August 20, 2015
I think this should be the nest trend in table meat production as it not only guarantees safe and nutritious products but also handles the problem of antibiotic resistance in humans. We are a poultry farmers Cooperative based in Buea, Cameroon. Can anyone help us get this products. Emmanuel Nwaotule you can get to me through the email : bueapoultryfarmerscoop2010@yahoo.comP Lets also get connec ...
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Participation in Forum on July 31, 2014
This is certainly true, since birds cannot walk around freely, stand for long at the feeding troughs to obtain the necessary nutrients needed for efficient performance. By lying on the floor, the carcass quality and cleanliness is also affected. Georges Tenny Ngu Farm Manager, Faculty of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine, University of Buea, Poultry farmer, Cameroon
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Location:Buea, Sud-Ouest (South-west) , Cameroon
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Professional Title: B.Agric. Tech. (Animal Productions), MSc. in Animal Science (options in Monogastric Nutrition and Reproductive Physiology), PhD student
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