Akinola, O. S: Publications

1. A. O. FANIMO AND O. S. AKINOLA : Growth response of broiler chickens to raw and processed malted sorghum sprout : EPC2006 – Verona 10 – 14 September, 2006.

2. O. S. AKINOLA, A. O. FANIMO, D. ERUVBETINE AND W. O. BIOBAKU : UTILIZATION OF FERMENTED AND ALKALINE TREATED MALTED SORGHUM SPROUT BY BROILER CHICKENS : ASSET Series A (2006) 6 (1): 297 – 308.

3. A. O. FANIMO AND O. S. AKINOLA, : Response of broiler to raw and processed malted sorghum sprout : aofanimo@yahoo.co.uk

4. S. O. AKINOLA AND S. S. ABIOLA : BLOOD CHEMISTRY AND CARCASS YIELD OF COCKERELS FED MELON HUSK DIETS : Trop. J. Anim. Sci. 2(2): 39 – 44 (1999)

5. Akinola, O. S., J. O. Fafiolu., Adebayo, F. T., Sogunle, O. M., Fanimo, A. O. (2013) Nutritive value of fermented and amino acid-supplemented malted sorghum sprouts for growing pigs. Trop Anim Health Prod. Volume 45 (2), pp 657-663.

6. Olajide Mark Sogunle & Olagoke Ayobami Olaniyi, Lawrence Tokunbo Egbeyale, Olufemi Sunday Akinola, Taofeek A. Shittu, Samuel Soladoye Abiola, Abimbola O. Ladokun, Richard Abayomi Sobayo (2013). Free range and deep litter poultry production system: Effect on performance, carcass yield and meat composition of cockerel chickens. Trop. Anim Health Prod. Volume 45 (1), pp 281-288.

7. U.Y. Anele, O. M. Arigbede, K.H. Sudekum, A. O. Oni, A. O. Jolaosho, J. A. Olanite, A. I. Adeosun, P. A. Dele, K. A. Ike, O. S. Akinola. (2009). Seasonal chemical composition, in vitro fermentation and in sacco dry matter degradation of four indigenous multipurpose tree species in Nigeria. Animal Feed Science and Technology 154; 47-57.

8. Olaniyi, O. A., Oyenaiya, O. A. Sogunle, O. M., Akinola, O. S., Adeyemi, O. A. and Ladokun O. A. 2012. Free Range and Deep Litter Housing Systems: Effect on performance and blood profile of two strains of Cockerel Chickens. Tropical and Subtropical Agroecosystems, 15:511-523.

9. Akinola, O. S., Fanimo, A. O., Eruvbetine, D. and Biobaku, W. O. (2006) Utilization of fermented and alkaline treated malted sorghum sprouts by broiler chickens. Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Sciences, Environmental and Technology (ASSET) Series A 6 (1):297-308.

10. Akinola O. S. and S. S. Abiola (1999). Blood Chemistry and Carcass Yield of Cockerels Fed Melon Husk Diets. Tropical Journal of Animal Science 2 (2): Pp 39-44.

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