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Supported Dissertations
Hermann Eiselen Ph.D. Program
Animal Husbandry and Food Security

A total of 9 dissertations were supported in the thematic area of animal husbandry and food security:

  • Temitope Alex, Aloba, Effects of ensiling conditions on the nutritional quality of forage legumes and their impacts on rumen fermentation and nutrient utilization by cattle, 2023 Summary as View-PDF
  • Tossapond Kewprasopsak, Behavioral economic impact on animal health surveillance system in Thailand, 2021 Summary as View-PDF
  • Bukari, Kaderi Noagah, Farmer-herder relations in Ghana: Interplay of environmental change, conflict, cooperation and social networks, 2017 Summary as View-PDF
  • Kaewtapee, Chanwit, Evaluation of Amino Acid Digestibility Values of Protein Feedstuffs and Dietary Protein Content in Combination with Probiotic Supplementation in Growing Pigs, 2017 Summary as View-PDF
  • Traoré, Sékou Amadou, Contribution of cattle breeds to household livelihoods and food security in southern Mali, 2017 Summary as View-PDF
  • Belete, Tatek Woldu, Optimizing community-based breeding for indigenous goat breeds in Ethiopia, 2016 Summary as View-PDF
  • Kihiu, Evelyne Nyathira, Pastoral Practices, Economics, and Institutions of Sustainable Rangeland Management in Kenya, 2016 Summary as View-PDF
  • Kurtz, Ditmar Bernado, Management of excess standing biomass in Argentinean grasslands to increase grass and livestock productivity., 2016 Summary as View-PDF
  • Mersha, Sintayehu Yigrem, Contribution of cattle and dairy products to smallholder farming systems, household income and nutrition in southern Ethiopia, 2014 Summary as View-PDF


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