Balogun, O. O: Publications

PUBLICATIONS:

1. Balogun O.O., balogun E.A., Fetuga B.L. and Ayoola Y. (1994). Comparative evaluation of the nutritional values of alternative pilot baby cereal formulation and some baby cereal foods in Nigeria. Nigeria Food Journal, 12, 24 – 33

2. Atteh J.O., Balogun O.O., Annongu A.A. and Kolade M.A. (1994). Replacement value of maize milling waste in the diet of growing pullets. Trop. Agr. Trinidad 70(3), 267 – 270

3. Annongu A.A., Ter Meulen U., Atteh J.O., Balogun O.O., Apata D.F and Chinnah T. (1996). Effects of supplementaing Scheabutter cake diets with polyethylene glycol and/or ferric sulphate on performance, nutrient retention, blood chemistry and histopathology of broiler chicks. Agriculture and Forestry (Geottings/Germany) in the tropics and subtropics, Vol. 155, pg. 282 – 290

4. Bolu and Balogun O.O. (1998). Comparative energy value of Sorghum Distillers’ Waste, Maize cob abd Shea butter cake for pigs. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production 25: 157 – 162

5. Bolu S.A. and Balogun O.O. (1998). Performance of laying hens fed graded level of locally produced natural vitamin premix. Nigerian Journal of Animal; production, 26: 54 – 59

6. Balogun O.O., Adeniji A.A. and Bello M.K. (2000). Protein value of decomposed rumen content mean in rats. Trop. Anim., prod. Invest. 3: 199 – 204

7. Adeniji A.A. and Balogun O.O. (2000). Effects of methionine supplementation on the performance of laying birds fed bovine blood-rumen content meal in the pullet phases. Bulletting of Animal Health and Production, 48, 222 – 227

8. Adeniji A.A. and Balogun O.O. (2001). Evaluation ofblood-rumen content mixture in the diets of starter chickens. Nigerian Journal of Animal production, 28(2), 153 – 157

9. Adeniji A.A. and Balogun O.O. (2001). Chemical Evaluation of bovine blood-rumen content meal. Journal of Agricultural Research and Development. 1: 75 – 79

10. Balogun O.O., Adeniji A.A., Bamigbose A and Ibiyemi S. (2001). Performances of layer fed graded levels of blood-rumen content mixture. Journal of Agricultural Research and Development. 1: 1- 7

11. Balogun O.O., Adeniji A.A. and Awotoye A.V. (2001). The effects of molasses on the utilization of blood-rumen content mixture by growing broilers. Tropical Animal Production Investigation. 4: 193 – 199

12. Balogun O.O., Adeniji A.A. and Olajide A.J. (2001). Protein values of omasun meal with maize milling waste as basal. Tropical Journal of Animal Science. 4(2): 103 – 108

13. Bolu S.A. and Balogun O.O. (2001). Comparative performance and carcass evaluation of broilers feed locally produced natural vitamin premix and Two (2) commercial vitamin/minerals premix. Nigerian Journal of Pure and Applied Science, 14, 1110 – 1113

14. Adeniji A.A. and Balogun O.O. (2002). Utilization of flavor treated blood-rumen content mixture in the diets of laying hens. Nigeria Journal for Animal Production, 29(1), 24 – 39

15. Bolu S.A. and Balogun O.O. (2002). Effect of varing levels of iron-fortified locally produced natural vitamin premix on the histology and specific enzyme activities in broilers. Tropical Journal of Animal Science, 5(1): 57 – 63

16. Balogun O.O., Adeniji A.A. and Azua J.T. (2003). Protein and energy values of maize and millet milling wastes for rabbits. Nigerian Journal of Animal production, 30(1): 26 – 31

17. Bolu S.A. and Balogun O.O. (2003). Effect of graded levels of iron-fortified locally produced natural premix on the performance and carcass characteristics of broilers. Nigerian Journal for Animal Production, 30(2), 192 – 196

18. Adeniji A.A. and Balogun O.O. (2003). Replacement value of cassava flour for maize in layers’ diet containing bovine blood-rumen content meal. Ghana Journal of Agricultural Science, 36, 41 – 55

ADENIJI A.A. BALOGUN, O.O. (2003)
Influence of Bovine blood-rumen content meal in the diets of growing pullets on their subsequent laying, performance. Ghana Journal of Agricultural Science, 36, 47-51.

BOLU, S.A. AND BALOGUN, O.O. (2004)
Effects of improved (addition of Anti-Microbial and Anti-oxidant) locally produced natural vitamin premix on the performance of broilers. Centre Point, 10, 83-91.

BOLU, S.A. AND BALOGUN O.O. (2006)
Effects of improved locally produced natural vitamin premix on the histology and specific enzyme activities of broilers. India Journal of Poultry Science, 6(2), 223-228.

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