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Dr. Kazeem Olajide BELLO is a Registered Animal Scientist and Principal Research Fellow (Reader) at the Institute of Food Security, Environmental Resources and Agricultural Research (IFSERAR), University of Agriculture, Abeokuta. He is also anchored in the Department of Animal Production and Health of the University for his teaching activities.

Dr. Bello was appointed on July 1, 2003 as Farm Officer II and rose through the ranks to the Principal Research Fellow. He is a member: World Poultry Science Association (Nigeria Branch); Nigerian Institute of Animal Science; Animal Science Association of Nigeria and Livelihood Support Development Network (SLIDEN), Africa. A graduate of the prestigious Ijebu Muslim College, Ijebu-Ode.

He has been contributing to the improvement of teaching, research and extension mandates of the University for the Past 18 years. He is a devoted academic. He has served the University as: Liaison Officer, FUNAAB (IFSERAR)-Fulani Herdsmen on FUNAAB Land; Member, University Committee on collaboration between the University and Ogun-Osun River Basin Development Authority, Member, Time Table Management and Technical Committee (TIMTEC) among others. He has served as Acting Programme Leader, Livestock Production Research Programme, IFSERAR.

Dr. Bello served as a reliable representative of the University in four international projects (West Africa Agricultural Productivity Programme; Cassava: Adding Value for Africa Phase II; World Bank – FADAMA GUYS; World Bank – CEADESE)

He has thirty six (36) journal articles in print, seven (7) referred conference proceedings, one (1) book, two (2) chapters in book, one (1) technical report and two Awards to his credit. His area of research interest is in Mono-gastric production and health management. He has supervised forty five (52) undergraduates, eight (8) Post graduate (Masters) and One (1) PhD Students. He is a mentor to many students and colleagues.

i. Ph. D Non-Ruminant Production 2010
ii. M. Agric Non-Ruminant Production 2005
iii. B. Agric Animal Production and Health 1998
iv. West African Senior School Certificate 1990
v. First School Leaving Certificate 1984

i. Growth performance, blood profile and histopathology of Rabbits fed Cassava peels meal diets supplemented with elemental sulphur Research in progress
ii. Growth performance, blood profile, morphology and histopathology of Rabbits fed cassava peels meal-moringa leaf blend diets as replacement for maize
iii. Growth performance, carcass characteristics and oxidative stress of growing pigs fed diets containing Moringa oleifera leaves, seeds and combination
iv. Performance of Broiler chickens on diet supplemented with bitter leaf, scent leaf and combination as replacement for commercial anti-biotic

i. Best Lecturer Award, National Association of Agricultural
Students, UNAAB 2009
ii. Lecturer Award, Junior Chamber International (JCI), UNAAB 2008
iii. Award of Excellence, LEO CLUB OF UNAAB (Youth Activities
of Abeokuta LIONS’ CLUB) District 404 1996
iv. Best Student Award and Senior Prefect, Ijebu Muslim College,
Ijebu–Ode 1990
v. Acting Senior Prefect, Ososa Comprehensive High School, Ososa Ijebu 1988
vi. Head Boy, Christ Anglican Church School, Agoro, Ijebu-Ode 1984
vii. Bible Quiz Award, Anglican Diocese, Ijebu – Ode 1984

i. Manager, 250 Computer Laboratory (University e-examinations)February 2019 to date
ii. Member, Time-Table and Examination Committee (TIMTEC) July 2017 to date
iii. Member, College Board of Animal Science and Livestock Production,
Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta April 2016 to date
iv. Member, Committee on Collaboration between the Federal
University of Agriculture Abeokuta (FUNAAB) and Ogun-Osun
River Basin Development Authority (OORBDA) 2016 – 2017
v. Member, FUNAAB Cattle Production Venture May 2014 to date
vi.Member, 1- year Farm Practical Year Planning Committee 2005

i. World Poultry Science Association (Nigeria Branch) No. 4190
ii. Animal Science Association of Nigeria
iii. Nigerian Institute of Animal Science (RAS/00529)
iv. Nigerian Society for Animal Production

i. 46th Annual Conference of the Nigeria Society for Animal Production “Animal Agriculture: A Panacea for Nigeria’s Economic Growth in the Post Pandemic Era” Federal University, Dustin-Ma, Katsina State March 14 – 19, 2021
ii. 45th Annual Conference of the Nigeria Society for Animal Production “New Technologies for Enhanced Animal Production in Nigeria” Ahmadu Tafawa Balewa Univeristy (ATBU), Bauchi State March 15 –19, 2020
iii. 44th Annual Conference of the Nigeria Society for Animal Production, Enugu State March 18-22, 2019
iv. CassavaTech2017 Conference, Victoria Island, Lagos Nov 22-25, 2017
v. 41st Annual Conference of the Nigeria Society for Animal Production “New Technologies for Enhanced Animal Production in Nigeria” Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State March 20–24, 2016
vi. 1st International conference on Quail and lesser-Known Poultry “Discovering and utilizing untapped potentials of Quail and lesser-known poultry (Pigeon, Guinea Fowl, Ostrich, Turkey, Geese and Ducks” Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso, Oyo State, Nigeria Feb 15-17, 2016
vii. Poultry Association of Nigeria (PAN), Ogun State Chapter. In Poultry Value Chain: Unlocking One Trillion Naira Industry and Five Millions Jobs. DLK Events Centre, Abeokuta, Ogun State Nov 3 – 4, 2015
viii. 4th ASAN-NIAS Joint Annual Meeting, Ibadan, Oyo State Sept 2015
ix. 3rd Workshop and National Conference “Food Security, Sustainable Livelihoods and Rural Revitalization in a Challenging Economy” Organised by Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso in collaboration with Livelihood Support and Development Network (SLIDEN Africa) Aug 17 – 20, 2015

x. 3rd Joint Annual Meeting (JAM) of Animal Science Association of Nigeria (ASAN) and Nigerian Institute of Animal Science (NIAS).University of Ibadan, Oyo State Sept 7 – 11, 2014
xi. Nigeria Society for Animal Production (NSAP) 38th Annual Conference and 40th Anniversary “Animal Agriculture: A Tool for Sustainable Economic Transformation” River State University of Science and Technology, Port Harcourt March17–20, 2013
xii. The 4th Nigeria International Poultry Summit (NIPS). “Food security through innovative Technologies in Poultry Production” Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State Feb 17–21, 2013
xiii. Sustainable Livelihoods and Development Network, Africa “Sustainable Livelihoods”, University of Ghana, Leghon, Accra, Nov 26-30, 2012
xiv. 1st Joint Annual Meeting (JAM) of Animal Science Association of Nigeria (ASAN) and Nigerian Institute of Animal Science (NIAS). “Agricultural Transformation Strategies and Policies for Livestock Development in Nigeria”, FCT Abuja Sept 9 – 13, 2012
xv. Animal Science Association of Nigeria (ASAN) 16th Annual Conference. “Research and Value-Addition: Key to Transformation of the Nigerian Livestock Industry”. Kogi State University, Ayingba, Kogi State Sept 12–15, 2011
xvi. Nigeria Society for Animal Production (NSAP) 36th Annual Conference. “Value-Orientation in Animal Production: A key to National Food Security and Stable Economy”. Merit House/Raw Materials Research and Development Council, Abuja Mar 13–16, 2011
xvii. The 1st Africa International Poultry Summit (AIPS), University of Agriculture, Abeokuta Feb 21–25, 2011
xviii. The 3rd Nigeria International Poultry Summit (NIPS). Poultry Production in West Africa: Towards Millennium Development Goals. February 2009
xix. 33rd Annual Conference of Nigeria Society for Animal Production, (NSAP – OGUN 2008)”Animal Agriculture towards Millennium Development in Nigeria. Olabisi Onabanjo University, Yewa Campus, Ayetoro, Ogun State. March 2008
xx. The 2nd Nigeria International Poultry Summit (NIPS). Consolidating the Poultry Industry in West Africa. Gateway Hotels, Abeokuta, Ogun State February 2007

i. Bello, K. O. 2010. Performance and Sensible Heat Balance of Egg-Type Chickens Fed Fermented and Unfermented Groundnut Husk Diets. Ph.D Thesis, University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria. Pp 157

ii. Bello, K. O. 2005. Performance of Broiler Chicken Fed Groundnut Husk Diets Supplemented with Yeast. M. Agric. Dissertation, University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria. Pp 97

iii. Bello, K. O. 1998. Performance of Broiler Chicken in UNAAB Model B Mobile Poultry House. B. Agric. Project, University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria. Pp 38
b) Journal Articles
1. Bello, K. O., A. O. Fanimo, O. O. Oduguwa, W. O. Biobaku and Sogunle, M. O. (2007). Groundnut husk diets supplemented with yeast: effect on carcass traits and blood constituents of broiler chickens. Tropical Journal of Animal Science. 10 (1-2): 347 – 351, Published by the Animal Science Association of Nigeria. ISSN 1119 – 4308 NIGERIA

2. Bello, K. O., Fanimo, O. A., Eruvbetine, D. and Aina, A. B. J. (2010). Growth performance and cost benefits of chicks and growing pullets fed fermented and unfermented groundnut husk diets. Nigeria Poultry Science Journal. 7: 94-103, Published by World’s Poultry Science Association- Nigeria Branch. ISSN – 2006 0718 www.wpsa-nb.org.ng/npsj NIGERIA

3. Bello, K. O., Eruvbetine, D; Fanimo, O. A. and Aina, A. B. J. (2011). Sensible heat balance of egg-type chickens fed fermented and unfermented groundnut husk diets during their growing and laying phases. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production. 39 (1): 74-85, Published by the Nigerian Society for Animal Production. ISBN 0331-2064 www.insap.info\ajol NIGERIA

4. Akinleye, A. J., Bello, K. O., Oyedepo, J. A., Eruvbetine, D. and Fanimo, A. O. (2011). Indigenous poultry production in Ogun State, Nigeria: a case of Yewa North Local Government Area. Journal of Agricultural Science and Environment (former ASSET Journal series A). 11 (2): 52-64, Published by Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, NIGERIA

5. Akinleye, A. J., Bello, K. O., Oyedepo, J. A., Oduguwa, O. O., and Fanimo, A. O. (2012). Characteristics and opportunities of indigenous poultry in Ogun State, Nigeria: a case of Yewa North Local Government Area. Nigeria Poultry Science Journal. 9: 94-103, Published by World’s Poultry Science Association- Nigeria Branch. ISSN – 2006 0718 www.wpsa-nb.org.ng/npsj NIGERIA

6. Bello, K. O., Eruvbetine, D., Ladokun, A. O., Sogunle, O. M., Oni, O. O., Oyedepo, J. A. and Iyanda, A. I. (2012). Stress and conditions of commercial layers as influenced by season and cage density. Nigeria Poultry Science Journal. 9: 94-103, Published by World’s Poultry Science Association- Nigeria Branch. ISSN – 2006 0718 www.wpsa-nb.org.ng/npsj NIGERIA

7. Bello, K. O., Omotunde, O. O., Ibrahim, S., Adeyemi, O. O., Fanimo, A. O. and Eruvbetine, D. (2012). Performance and external egg quality of layers under varying stocking density in locally fabricated metal-type battery cage system. Nigerian Journal of Animal Science (Formerly Tropical Journal of Animal Science. 14: 31 – 36, Published by the Animal Science Association of Nigeria. ISSN 1119 –4308 NIGERIA

8. Bello, K. O., Fasinu, C. O., Oni, O. O. and Eruvbetine, D. (2013). Assessment of biosecurity measures of commercial poultry farms in Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government Area, Ogun State. Journal of Sustainable Development. 10(1): 2-8, Published by Amstys Book and Publishing. ISSN-1597-4510 http://slidenafrica.multiply.com NIGERIA

9. Sogunle, O. M., Olatoye, B. B., Egbeyale, L. T., Jegede, A. V., Adeyemi, O. A., Ekunseitan, D. A. and Bello, K. O. (2013). Feed forms of different particle sizes: effects on growth performance, carcass characteristics and intestinal villus morphology of cockerel chickens. The Pacific Journal of Science and Technology. 14(2):405-415, Published by Akamai University, USA http://www.akamaiuniversity.us/PJST.htm USA

10. Bello, K. O. and Eruvbetine, D. (2013). Haematology and serum-chemistry of growing pullets and layers fed raw and treated groundnut husk meal based diets. Journal of Applied Agricultural Research. 5 (2): 127-139, Published by Agricultural Research Council of Nigeria (ARCN). ISSN 2006-750X NIGERIA

11. Sogunle, O. M., Akinosi, O. K., Adeyemi, O. A., Sobayo, R. A., Bello, K. O., Ekunseitan, D. A. and Olaniyi O. A. (2013). Performance and carcass yield of sexed broiler chickens reared on two housing types. Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa. 61(3): 435-444, Published by Inter-African Bureau for Animal resources, Kenya. ISSN 0378-9721 KENYA

12. Bello, K. O., Alebiosu, L. A., Lala, A. O., Irekhore O. T. and Oduguwa, O. O. (2015). Characteristics of commercial poultry and spatial distribution of metabolic and behavioural diseases in Oyo State, Nigeria. Sokoto Journal of Veterinary Sciences. 13(3): 31-41, Published by Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Usman Danfodio University, Sokoto. ISSN 1595-093X/E – ISSN 2315-6201 http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/sokjvs.v13i3.6 NIGERIA

13. Bello, K. O., Bode-Kaseem, T. S., Lala, A. O., Oladele, S. O., Sogunle, O. M. Irekhore, O. T. and Ilori, B.M. (2015). Selected welfare parameters of broiler chickens on different feed quantity and time. Journal of Agricultural Science and Environment (former ASSET Journal series A). 15 (2): 59-67, Published by Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, NIGERIA

14. Lala, A. O., Okwelumn, N., Bello, K. O. and Salami, W. O. (2015). Evaluation of anticoccidal effect of Khaya senegalensis stem bark on the performance of three strains of egg type chickens. Malaysia Journal of Animal Science. 18(2):113-124, Published by Malaysian Society of Animal Production www.msap.my MALAYSIA

15. Irekhore, O. T. Kajero, O. F., Agboola, A. A., Fafiolu, A. O., Bello, K. O. and Oso, A. O. (2016). Growth performance, haematology and biochemistry of weaned pigs fed l-carnitine supplemented diets. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production. 43(1): 199 – 209, Published by the Nigerian Society for Animal Production. ISBN 0331-2064 www.insap.info\ajol NIGERIA

16. Lala, A. O., Okwelum, N., Bello, K. O., and Salami, W. A. (2015). Haematological and serum biochemical indices of three different strains of pullets supplemented with Khaya senegalensis stem bark meal as anticoccidial in diets. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production. 42(2): 158 – 167, Published by the Nigerian Society for Animal Production. ISBN 0331-2064 www.insap.info\ajol NIGERIA

17. Bello, K. O., Kareem, S. O. and Jimoh, B. Z. (2016). Effect of sex and frequency of litter change on growth performance, haematology and carcass yield of Rabbits raised on deep litter system. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production. 43 (1) 102-110, Published by the Nigerian Society for Animal Production. ISBN 0331-2064 www.insap.info\ajol NIGERIA

18. Irekhore, O. T., Akinsoyinu, A. O., Babatunde G. M. and Bello, K. O. (2016). Replacement value of Raintree (Albizia saman) pods for maize offal in the diet of weaner Pigs: effect on performance, carcass and blood profile. Journal of Animal Production Research. 28(1): 329-339, Published by National Animal Production Research Institute. ISSN 0189-0514 NIGERIA

19. Lala, A. O., Okwelum, N., Bello, K. O., Famakinde, N. A., and Alamu M. O. (2016). Comparative study between Isa Brown and Fulani Ecotype chickens supplemented with humic acid. Slovak Journal of Animal Science. 49(2): 68-75, Published by National Agricultural and Food Centre, Research Institute for Animal Production Nitra. ISSN 1337-9984 (Print), ISSN 1338-0095 (Online) SLOVAKIA

20. Bello, K. O., Adetoye, A. M., and Irekhore, O. T. (2016). Assessment of the use of cassava as alternative energy feedstuff in livestock feeds in Nigeria. International Journal of Applied Agricultural and Apicultural Research. 11 (1 & 2): 67-76. Published by Faculty of Agriculture, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, NIGERIA

21. Irekhore, O. T., Adeyemi, O. M., Idowu, O. M. O., Akinola, O. S. and Bello, K. O. (2016). Growth performance, haematological indices and cost benefits of growing pigs fed cassava peel-meal diets supplemented with ALLZYME® SSF. International Journal of Applied Agricultural and Apicultural Research. 11 (1 & 2): 51-59. Published by Faculty of Agriculture, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, NIGERIA

22. Bello, K. O., Akanji, A. O., Irekhore, O. T. and Lala, A. O. (2016). Anti-Endo parasitic effects of Garlic (Allium Sativum) as supplement in the diets of Rabbits reared under deep litter system. Applied Tropical Agriculture. 21 (2): 1-7, Published by School of Agriculture and Agricultural Technology, Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria. ISSN:1118-6712 NIGERIA

23. Irekhore, O. T., Bello, K. O., Adeyeye, O. A., Adegunle, A. A. and Bailey, N. A. (2016). Assessment of management practices among Pig Farmers in Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Economics, Extension and Science. 2 (2 & 3): 28-37. Published by College of Agricultural Economics and Extension, Federal University of Agriculture, Makurdi, Benue State, Nigeria. ISSN: 2545-5176 NIGERIA

24. Bello, K.O.; Opokuma, S. E.; Irekhore, O. T.; Oyedepo, J. A.; Alebiosu, L. A. (2017). Infectious diseases of poultry and its distribution in Ogun State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Animal Science. 19(1): 247-264. Published by the Nigerian Society for Animal Production. ISBN 0331-2064 www.insap.info\ajol NIGERIA

25. Sogunle, O. M., Ayoade, A. A. Fafiolu, A. O. Bello, K. O., Ekunseitan, D. A. Safiyu, K. K. and Odutayo, O. J. (2017). Evaluation of external and internal traits of eggs from three poultry species at different storage durations in tropical environment. Nigerian Journal of Animal Science. 19(2): 177-189. Published by the Nigerian Society for Animal Production. ISBN 0331-2064 www.insap.info\ajol NIGERIA

26. Oni, O. O., Bello, K. O. and Soyinka, O. F. (2017). Assessment of Newcastle disease vaccines from different veterinary outlets in Abeokuta. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production. 44 (3): 38-42. Published by the Nigerian Society for Animal Production. ISBN 0331-2064 www.insap.info\ajol NIGERIA

27. Irekhore, O. T., Bello, K. O., Odugbesi, A. O., Agbayim, F. C., Sanni, L. O. and Adebayo, K. (2017). Nutrient digestibility and blood profile of starter broiler chickens fed diets with varying levels of cassava grits as replacement for maize. FUTA Journal of Research in Sciences. 13(3): 438-452. Published by School of Sciences, Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria. ISSN 2315-8239 (print); E-ISSN: 2489-0413 NIGERIA

28. Haruna, M. A., Bello, K. O., Adeyemi, A. O. and Odunsi, A. A. (2018). Comparison of conventional and semi-conventional management systems on the performance and carcass yield of Broiler Chickens. Nigerian Journal of Animal Science. 20 (1): 81-87. Published by the Nigerian Society for Animal Production. ISBN 0331-2064 www.insap.info\ajol NIGERIA

29. Bello K. O.; Oyeleke, O. T.; Oyedepo, J. A. and Adetoye, A. M. (2018). Assessment of effects of bird flu on poultry production in Ikorodu Local Government Area of Lagos State. Journal of Animal Production Research. 30 (1): 301-310. Published by National Animal Production Research Institute, Zaria, Nigeria. ISSN 0189-0514. http://journals.napri.gov.ng NIGERIA

30. Irekhore, O. T.; Bello, K. O.; Olukorede, G. T., Sanni, L. O. and Adebayo, K. (2018). Carcass characteristics of two strains of broiler chickens fed diets containing varying levels of cassava grits. Food Chain. 7 (2): 111-124. https://doi.org/10.3362/2046-1887.00005. Practical Action Publishing. www.praticalactionpublishing.org, ISSN: 2046-1870/2046-1887 UK

31. Ande, K. O., Oluwatosin, O. O., Sanni, L. O., Oso, A. O., Bello, K. O., Adebayo, K., Lala, A. O. (2018). Performance and economic benefits of meat-type chickens fed diets containing white and yellow cassava supplemented with different additives. Food Chain. 7(2):71-86. https://doi.org/10.3362/20146-1887.0007. Practical Action Publishing. www.praticalactionpublishing.org, ISSN: 2046-1870/2046-1887 UK

32. Bello K. O., Ogunsola O. E., Yusuf A. O., Adeleye O. O., Oladeji T. E. and Famakinde S. A. (2019). Health status of indigenous and exotic chickens sold in live bird markets. Comparative Clinical Pathology 28(3): 633-641 https://doi.org/10.1007/s00580-019-02901-6. Springer-Verlag London Ltd., part of Springer Nature 2019 (online) UK

33. Adeleye O. O., Egbeyale L.T., Fafiolu A. O., Bello K. O., Abdkareem, A.W., Akinsola, O. E, Abe K., Adeyemo E., Ajose A., Abatan M., Adekunle A., Sangosina M., Lamidi K and Adesehinwa, A.O.K. (2019). “Response of exotic broiler chickens reared under two different light bulb types and distances”. Nigeria Poultry Science Journal. Volume 13(1) Official International Journal of the World’s Poultry Science. ISSN – 2006 0718 www.wpsa-nb.org.ng/npsj (Accepted – October 25, 2018) NIGERIA
34. Kehinde Oyeade Ande, Abimbola Oladele Oso , Adebukunola Oluwafumilayo Lala , Kazeem Olajide Bello, Oluseyi Oluwajubelo Oluwatosin , Lateef Oladimeji Sanni and Kolawole Adebayo. 2020. Nutrient Digestibility, Metabolizable Energy and Carcass Traits of Broilers Fed White and Yellow Cassava Root Meals Supplemented with Different Additives. Tropical Agricultural Science – Pertanika J. Trop. Agric. Sc. 43 (2): (2020). Journal homepage: http://www.pertanika.upm.edu.my/
35. Okanlawon, E.O., Bello K.O., Akinola O.S., Oluwatosin O.O., Irekhore, O. T. and Ademolue R.O. 2020. Evaluation of growth, reproductive performance and economic benefits of Rabbits fed diets supplemented with Turmeric (Curcuma longa) powder. Egypt. Poult. Sci. Vol. 40 (3): 701-714. Egyptian Poultry Science Journal http://www.epsj.journals.ekb.eg/ ISSN: 1110-5623 (Print) – 2090-0570 (Online)
36. Okanlawon, E.O., Bello, K.O., Akinola, O.S., Oluwatosin, O.O., Irekhore, O.T. & Ademolue, R.O. (2020). Carcass yield and intestinal morphology of male rabbits fed diets supplemented with turmeric (Curcuma Longa) powder. Ghana Jnl Agric. Sci. 55 (2), 97 – 106. Htts://dx.doi.org./10.4314/gjas.v55i2.8
d) Book
37. Bello, K. O. (2015). The Triumph of Character: philosophy, achievement and travails of Professor Olusegun Ayodeji Diyaolu OSINOWO, RAS, FNSAP, FASAN. Abeokuta; Published by TKBV, ISBN: 978-978-52639-3-4. Pp137.
e) Book Article or Chapter

38. Oyedepo J. A., Irekhore, O. T., Bello, K. O., Olaoye, J., Oluwalana, E. O. A., Oyedepo, E. O. and Omotayo, A. M. (2019). Livelihood Support Programmes for Sustainable Development Goals in Rural Nigeria. In: The SDGs and Institutions of Higher Education. Springer, a Springer Nature brand (Accepted – June 27, 2019) SOUTH AFRICA
39. Kazeem Olajide Bello, Abiodun Aderoju Adeola, Dare Akerele, Oluwatosin Adetutu Adeyeye, Oluwakemi Titilayo Irekhore, and Samuel Ayodele Famakinde (2020). Optimisation and Multiplication of Large Fulani Eco-Type Chicken for Sustainable Production and Genetic Security in Nigeria. Publication/2020%20pub/Springer%20Adeola%2014_Chapter_OnlinePDF.pdf

f) Edited Conference Proceeding

40. Bello, K. O., Sogunle, O. M., Odeyemi, B. D. and Oduguwa, O. O. (2013). Performance and cost benefit of broiler chickens fed diets containing four micronutrient premixes. BSAS/AVTRW/WPSA/ASF Annual Conference 2013. Innovation from animal science – a necessity not an option. Nottingham University, Jubilee Campus, UK 15th and 17th April, 2013. Pp10, Published by the British Society for Animal Science, UK

41. Lawal, F. R., Jegede, A. V., Oduguwa, O. O., Bello, K. O., Ajayi, O. L., Adebisi, Y. A., Pirgozle, V. and Rose, S. P. (2013). Growth response of broiler chickens fed diets supplemented with N vc0020eem leaf (Azadirachta indica) and ginger (Zingiber officinale) in feed. BSAS/AVTRW/WPSA/ASF Annual Conference 2013. Innovation from animal science – a necessity not an option. Nottingham University, Jubilee Campus, UK 15th and 17th April, 2013. Pp 43, Published by the British Society for Animal Science, UK

42. Bello, K. O., O. J. Oni, O. M. Adegbesan, O. O. Oduguwa (2014). Performance of Harco Black and Large Fulani Ecotype Cockerels under intensive rearing system. BSAS/AVTRW/WPSA/ASF (UK Branch) Annual Conference 2014. In: Science to Practice, University of Nottingham, UK 28th and 30th April, 2014. Pp 16, Published by the British Society for Animal Science, UK

43. Bello, K. O., Amoo, W. T., Okwelum, N. and Irekhore, O. T. (2016). Vital parameters and haematology of scavenging Large Fulani Eco-Type Chickens reared under intensive and semi-intensive production systems. Discovering and utilizing untapped potentials of Quail and lesser-known poultry (Pigeon, Guinea Fowl, Ostrich, Turkey, Geese and Ducks). Proceeding of the 1st International Conference on Quail and Lesser-Known Poultry. Odunsi, A. A., Ademola, S. G., Rafiu, T. A, Ojebiyi, O. O., and Akinwunmi, A. O. (Eds.). Pp 139-143. Published by Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso, Oyo State, Nigeria. February 15-17, 2016. NIGERIA

44. Bello, K. O., Oluwole, D. A., Irekhore, O. T., Akinoso, A. A. and Yusuf, A. (2016). Influence of drinker-types and water temperature on selected physiology, water and feed intake of broiler chickens reared during hot season. New Technologies for Enhanced Animal Production in Nigeria. O. O. Oluwatosin, O S. Sowande, O. Olowofeso, L. T. Egbeyale, O.O. Adeleye, C. P. Njoku, A. O. Osofowora, and A. J. Sanda (Eds.). Proceedings of the 41st Annual Conference of the Nigeria Society for Animal Production, Abeokuta, March 20 – 24, 2016. Pp 882 –884 NIGERIA

45. Okanlawon, E. O., Bello, K. O.; Akinola, O. S. and Oluwatosin, O. O. (2016). Growth performance and economic benefits of male and female rabbits fed diets supplemented with Turmeric (Curcuma Longa) powder. New Technologies for Enhanced Animal Production in Nigeria. O. O. Oluwatosin, O S. Sowande, O. Olowofeso, L. T. Egbeyale, O. O. Adeleye, C. P. Njoku, A. O. Osofowora, and A. J. Sanda (Eds). Proceedings of the 41st Annual Conference of the Nigeria Society for Animal Production, Abeokuta, March 20 – 24, 2016. Pp 452 – 455 NIGERIA
46. Bello, K. O., Irekhore, O. T., Adekoya, S. A., Yusuf, A. O. (2020). Heamatology of Rabbits fed cassava peel meal based diets supplemented with elemental sulphur. Animal Agriculture: exploring the gold mine of Nigeria’s agro-revolution. Y.P. Mancha, D.J.U. Kalla, K.M. Bello, S.T. Mbap, M. Abdulkarim, T. Igila and S. Danbirni. Proceedings of the 45th Annual Conference of the Nigeria Society for Animal Production in collaboration with Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi and Federal Polytechnic Bauchi, Bauchi State, March 15-19, 2020. Pp 1158-1162.
g. Technical Reports
47. Bello, K. O.; Wahe, B.; Liverpool-Tasie, S. O. (2018). Manual for Better Poultry Management Practices with Changes in Climate. Feed the Future Nigeria Agricultural Policy Project and Michigan State University’s Alliance for African Partnership (online – https://www.canr.msu.edu/fsp/countries/nigeria/communications) USA

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