Dr. (Mrs.)

IBIGBAMI Damilola Janet 

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Short Profile

I was born in 1988 in the ancient but beautiful city of Ibadan although my parents are from Ekiti state. I do reflect a varied personality including ambition, and the qualities of kindness and encouragement. I love teaching, learning new things and love impacting knowledge to others. I obtained my B.Agric from Babcock University in 2009 and M.Agric and PhD in 2012 and 2016 respectively. I am a full time lecturer, motivated by my love for learning and succeeding as I strive to become an oustanding and successful woman in today's society in the field of Agriculture. Through my passion for leadership and development, I have a few groups which I serve in and some of which  I am privileged to lead. Seeing and securing a happy future for the girl child is a passion of mine and I belong to a few NGOs to that effect. I love to act, sing and cook. I also love to spend time with my lovely husband and son who I adore very much.

  • Ph.D.,
  • M.agric., Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta
  • B.Agric., Babcock University, Ilishan remo, Ogun state
  • Ojoo High School, Alaka, Ibadan
  • St. Louis Grammar Schl, Ibadan
  • Use of non-conventional feed ingredients as feed for poultry and non-ruminant animals.
  • Manipulation of livestock management and environmental practices to obtain optimal production.
  1. Commendation   letter    from    Cocoa    Research   Institute   of   Nigeria    (Kusuku Outstation) for showing great sense of responsibility, commitment and hardwork as a youth corper in Lekitaba Village, Sardauna LG, Taraba State (May 2010).
  2. Commendation letter from USAID (GECHAAN) for dedication, diligence and  high sense of commitment to duty as a youth corper in Lekitaba  village, Sardauna LG, Taraba state (May 2010).
  3. Award of Commendation from NYSC Taraba State for selfless service in primary assignment and community development activities in Taraba State batch B service year (June 2010)
  • March 2014- Member, Nigerian Society for Animal Production (NSAP)
  • September 2014- Member, Animal Science Association of Nigeria (ASAN)
  • September 2014- Member, Nigerian Institute of Animal Science (NIAS)
  1. March  2018- Interactive and  Mentoring Session with Chief Olusegun Obasanjo (GCFR) and  Ambassador  (Dr.) Robin  R. Sanders by  African  Hub  International  at  the  2018 International Women’s Day Conference held on 13th-14th  March, 2018
  2. April  2016-   Foundational   Cellular   Nutritional   and   Preventive   Health   Training   by
  3. HealthLink Global Resources, Lagos Nigeria.
  4. March  2016-  41stAnnual  Conference  of  the  Nigerian  Society   for  Animal  Production (NSAP) held  on Mar 20-24,  2016  at  Federal  University  of Agriculture,  Abeokuta,  Ogun state
  5. September 2015-  4th   ASAN-NIAS Joint Annual  Meeting  held  on Sept  6-10,  2015  at  the International Conference Centre, University of Ibadan, Oyo State
  6. September 2014-  3rd   ASAN-NIAS Joint Annual  Meeting  held  on Sept  7-11,  2014  at  the International Conference Centre, University of Ibadan, Oyo State
  7. March  2014-  39th   Annual  Conference of  the  Nigerian  Society  for  Animal  Production (NSAP) held on Mar 16-19, 2014 at Babcock University, Ilishan remo, Ogun state
  8. February    2011-    African    International    Poultry    Summit,    World    Poultry    Science Association, Nigeria Branch held on Feb 20-23 2011 at Abeokuta, Ogun state
  9. January 2009-  A seminar  on  ‘Owning  and   managing  a  business’,  by  Masterclass Consultants, Nigeria

a) Thesis

  1. Omosebi, D.J. 2016.  Responses of broiler chickens to feed forms, varying levels and periods of quantitative feed restrictions. PhD Thesis, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria. 246pages
  2. Omosebi, D.J. 2012.  Effects of duration and level of feed restriction on performance, blood parameters and carcass characteristics of Marshall broiler  chickens. M. Agric. Dissertation, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria. 100pages
  3. Omosebi, D.J. 2009.  Effect  of  substituting maize  with  PKC on  performance, carcass characteristics  and   feed   cost  in  broiler   finisher  diets.  B.Agric  Project,  Babcock University, Ilishan-remo, Ogun State, Nigeria. 50pages

b) Refereed Articles

  1. Njoku,  C.P.,  Dosunmu,  O.P.,  Adeyemi,  O.A.,  Ayo-Ajasa,  O.Y. and  Omosebi,  D.J. 2016.  Blood profile, carcass yield and offal weight of growing rabbits subjected to four hours feed  withdrawal period.  Nigerian Journal of Animal Production 43 (1): 148-157
  2. Omosebi, D.J., Adeyemi, O.A., Sogunle, O.M. and  Idowu, O.M.O. 2016.   Effects of feed forms and levels of quantitative  feed  restriction  on  performance,  carcass quality   and   cost  benefit   of   broiler   chickens.   Nigerian   Journal   of Animal Production 43 (1):171-184
  3. Olaifa,  R.O.,  Sogunle,  O.M.,  Oloyede,  S.T.,  Safiyu,  K.K., Omosebi,  D.J.,  Adeyemi, O.A Talabi, A.O. and  Okubanjo, A.O. 2015.    Effects of housing systems on the behavioural assessment, bone morphometry and faecal egg counts of broiler chicken. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production 42(2): 65 – 71.
  4. Omosebi, D.J., Adeyemi, O.A., Sogunle, O.M., Idowu, O.M.O. and Njoku, C.P. 2014. Effects of duration and level of feed restriction on performance and meat quality of broiler chickens. Archivos de Zootecnia. 63 (244): 611-621.
  5. Anaeto,  M.,  Chioma,  G.O.     and   Omosebi, D.J.  2009.   Palm   Kernel Cake   as Substitute for  Maize  in  broiler  finisher  diet.  International Journal  of  Poultry Science 8: 1206-1208.

c)  Conference Refereed Proceeding

  1. Omosebi, D.J., Adeyemi  O. A., Sogunle, M.O., Idowu, O.M.O. and  Bolarin, O. 2018. Response of broiler   chickens  fed   pellets  to  period   of  restriction.  Book of abstracts of the 43rd  Annual   Conference  of  Nigerian   Society   for  Animal  Production  (NSAP), Federal  University  of  Technology,  Owerri,  Imo  state,  March  18th-22nd,  2018. P235
  2. Olaifa, R.O., Sogunle, O.M., Safiyu, K.K., Oloyede, S.T., Omosebi, D.J., Obasa, O.A., Odutayo, J.O. and Okubanjo, A.O. 2016.  Comparison of performance and carcass characteristics   of   broiler   chickens   reared on   different   housing   systems. Proceedings of the  41st Annual  Conference of the  Nigerian  Society  for Animal Production  (NSAP),  Federal   University  of  Agriculture,  Abeokuta,  Ogun  State, March 20th – 24th, 2016.  Pp 375 – 378.
  3. Omosebi, D.J., Adeyemi O.A., Sogunle, M.O. and Idowu, O.M.O. 2014.  Influence of duration   and    level    of    feed    restriction   on    blood    parameters,   carcass characteristics  and  feed  cost of Marshal  broiler  chickens.  Book of abstract of the  3rd   Animal Science Association on Nigeria  and  Nigerian  Institute of Animal Science Joint Annual Meeting, 7th-11th  September, 2014.  P81
  4. Omosebi  D.J.,  Adeyemi  O.A.,  Sogunle  M.O.,  Bolarin  O and  Olaifa  R.O. 2014. Response of broiler  chickens to two  feed  forms and  levels of quantitative feed restriction. Proceedings of  the  39th   Annual  Conference of  Nigerian  Society  for Animal Production. 16th-19th  March, 2014.  Pp 372-375
  5. Omosebi D.J., Adeyemi  O. A., Sogunle M.O, Idowu O.M.O and  Njoku, C.P. 2013. Effects of duration and level of feed  restriction on performance and meat quality of Marshall broiler chickens. Proceedings of the 38th Annual Conference of Nigerian Society for Animal Production. 17th-20th  March, 2013.  Pp 637-640

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