Omotayo, A.M: Publications

PUBLICATIONS
Journal papers
1.¬†¬†¬† Omotayo A. M. and Arokoyo J.O. (1993): ‚ÄúIssues and Trends in Human Resources Development in Nigerian Agricultural Extension‚ÄĚ The Nigerian Journal of Agricultural Extension Vol. 7, No.1 Pp 40 -49.
2.¬†¬†¬† Chikwendu D. O. and Omotayo A. M. (1993): ‚Äú Making Fertiliser Available To Small Scale Farmers: Rural Development Policy Options for Nigeria‚ÄĚ. Phillipine Journal of Public Administration; vol. 37: 2, April 1993 Issue. Pp 189 – 199.

3.¬†¬†¬† Omotayo A. M.; Chikwendu D. O.; Arokoyo J. O. and Ajala K. M.¬† (1993): ‚ÄúRole Perception and Job ¬†¬†¬† Performance of Village Extension¬† agents under the Training and Visit Extension System in Nigeria:¬† A ¬†¬†¬† case study of Kaduna State Agricultural Development Project‚ÄĚ Agricultural Systems in Africa, Vol. 3 ¬†¬†¬† No 2 Pp. 74 – 83

4.¬†¬†¬† Chikwendu D.O., C.C.Chinaka and A.M. Omotayo¬† (1994):‚ÄĚAdoption of Mini-sett Technique of Seed ¬†¬†¬† Yam Production by Farmers in Cross River State of Nigeria‚ÄĚ Agricultural Systems in Africa Vol 4 ¬†¬†¬† (1) Pp. 59-68.

5.¬†¬†¬† Omotayo A. M., Akpoko J.G. and Koroma A.S. (1995) ‚ÄúThe Performance of Small-Scale Farmers Under Private Extension Agencies: A Case Study of Afcott Nigeria Plc.‚Ä̬† Agricultural Systems in Africa Vol. 5 No 2, Pp. 27 – 34.

6.¬†¬†¬† Chikwndu D.O., Omotayo A.M. and Iwuanyanwu I.E.J. (1995) ‚ÄúLivestock Co-operative Extension: A Viable Option Under the Unified Training and Visit Extension System in Nigeria‚ÄĚ. The Nigerian Journal of Agricultural Extension. Vol. 9 no. 1 Pp103-118

7.¬†¬†¬† Omotayo A. M., Atala T. K. And Ogunwale S. A.(1996) ‚Äú Animal Traction Ownership and Utilisation in Nigeria: Farmers Characteristics are Determinants‚ÄĚ Journal of Extension Systems 12¬† No1 pages 91 – 107
8.    Sanni S. A. and A. M. Omotayo (1996) Economics of animal traction technology in integrated crop-livestock farming systems in Katsina state Nigeria. Nigeria Journal of Rural Economy and Society (1)     2;  Pp 29-38

9.¬†¬†¬† Omotayo A.M., Chikwendu D.O., and Auta S. J., (1997) ‚ÄúCommunicating Agricultural Innovations To ¬†¬†¬† Women Farmers By Radio: A Study of its Effectiveness and Impact in a Village in Nigeria‚ÄĚ: Published¬† ¬†¬†¬† in the Journal of Development Communication, Vol. 5 No.2.pages 35 – 48.

10.¬†¬†¬† Omotayo A., D.O. Chikwendu, M. B. Zaria, J. O. Yusuf and Z. E. Omenesa (1997) ‚ÄúEffectiveness of ¬†¬†¬† Radio in the dissemination of improved farming practices in Nigeria‚ÄĚ Journal of Extension Systems ¬†¬†¬† Vol. 13. No. 2. Pp 99 – 120.

11.¬†¬†¬† Omotayo A. M. D. O.Chikwendu and J.O. Arokoyo (1997) ‚ÄĚProfessional role and family role conflict ¬†¬†¬† among WIA agents under the T&V extension system in Nigeria‚ÄĚ The Nigerian Journal of Rural ¬†¬†¬† Economy and Society Vol 1 No 3 pages 24 -32

12.¬†¬†¬† Omotayo A. M.(1998) ‚ÄúThe Impact of Animal Traction in a Semi-Arid Farming System in Nigeria‚ÄĚ Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture Vol 37 No 2 April ‚Äď June Pages 116 – 132

13.¬†¬†¬† Amos T.T., Chikwendu, D. O.and Omotayo A. M. (1998) ‚Äú Analysis of growth in area, production and ¬†¬†¬† productivity of groundnut in Nigeria‚ÄĚ The Nigerian Journal of Agricultural Extension, 11 (1&2) pp ¬†¬†¬† 151-162.¬†

14.¬†¬†¬† Omotayo A. M. and Musa M. W. (1999) ‚ÄúThe Role of Indigenous Land Classification and Management Practices in Sustaining Land Use System in the Semi-Arid Zone of Nigeria‚ÄĚ Journal of ¬†¬†¬† Sustainable Agriculture Vol 14 (1) pages 49 – 58

15.¬†¬†¬† Omotayo A, I.F. Adu and A.B.J. Aina (1999) ‚ÄúThe evolving sedentary lifestyle among nomadic pastorlaists in Southwest Nigeria: Implications for land use policy‚ÄĚ The International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology‚Ä̬† Vol. 6¬† pages¬† 1 – 9. http://blog.china.com.cn/lidajue/art/3311263.html

16.¬†¬†¬† Adu I. F., A. M. Omotayo , A.B. J. Aina and A. O.. Iposu (2000) ‚ÄúThe potentials of animal traction in Ogun State‚ÄĚ Nigerian Journal of Animal Production Vol.27¬† No.1¬†¬†¬† Pages 95¬† – 98

17.    Chikwendu D. O. , A. M. Omotayo, J. O. Yusuf, and Z. E. Omenesa (2000) Effectiveness of extension     publications in disseminating information on improved farm practices in Nigeria. The Nigerian     Journal of Rural Economy and Society 1 (5): Pp51-56

18.¬†¬†¬† Omotayo A. M., D. O. Chikwendu and K. Adebayo (2001) ‚ÄúTwo decades of World Bank assisted agricultural extension services in Nigeria: Lessons and challenges for the future‚ÄĚ Journal of ¬†¬†¬† Agricultural Education and Extension. Vol. No. Pp 143-151

19.¬†¬† ¬†¬†¬† Omotayo A. M. (2002) ‚ÄúA land use system and the challenge of sustainable agro-pastoral production ¬†¬†¬† in South western Nigeria‚ÄĚ The International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology ¬†¬†¬† Vol 9. Pp 369-382.
20.¬†¬†¬† ¬†¬†¬† Adebayo, K., Omotayo, A. M., Garforth, C. J. and Awotunde, M. (2002). “Small farmers’ perception of ¬†¬†¬† the charateristics of new farm practices in Ogun State, Nigeria.” Journal of Extension Systems. 18 (December-2002)Pp¬† 79-92.
21.¬†¬†¬† Omotayo A. M. (2003) ‚ÄúEcological implications of Fulani pastoralism in south western Nigeria.¬† Land Degradation and Development (14 ) Pp 445-457¬† www.pubmedcentral.gov/oai/oai.cgi?verb=ListRecords&set…

22.¬†¬†¬† Omotayo A. M. (2004) ‚Äú Fertility and reproductive health among settled pastoral Fulani women in South Western¬† Nigeria‚ÄĚ African Journal of Reproductive Health

23.¬†¬†¬†¬† Omotayo A. M., U. F. Ekpo¬† and M. A. Dipeolu (2005) ‚ÄúPrevalence and clinical profile of¬†¬†¬† malaria among settled pastoral Fulani populations in southwest Nigeria‚ÄĚ Tropical Medicine and International Health. http://www.pubmedcentral.gov/oai/oai.cgi?verb=ListRecords&set…
24    Uwem F. Ekpo1, Akin M. Omotayo, Morenike. A. Dipeolu (2008) Changing lifestyle and prevalence of malnutrition among settled pastoral Fulani children in southwest Nigeria Annals of Agriculture, Environment and Medicine (15) 187-191
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25.    Ekpo, U.F., Omotayo, A.M., Dipeolu, M.A. (2008). Prevalence of malnutrition among settled pastoral Fulani children in southwest Nigeria. BMC Research Notes,         2008, 1:7 http://www.biomedcentral.com/1756-0500/1/7
26. Ekpo, U.F., Omotayo, A.M., Dipeolu, M.A (2008). Sedentarization and prevalence of malaria  and anaemia among settled pastoral Fulani in Southwest Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology 29(2): 125-130.
27. Ekpo, U.F., Omotayo, A.M., Dipeolu, M.A (2009). Sedentism and malnutrition among nomadic Fulani children in south western Nigeria. African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development 9(1): 536-549. http://ajol.info/index.php/ajfand/issue/view/2499
28.  Fabusoro E., Omotayo A.M., Apantaku S. O.and Okuneye P. A. (2010): Forms and  determinants of rural livelihood diversification in Ogun State. Journal of             Sustainable Agriculture 34: 4. 417-438

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