Dr. Anthony Amison Agbolosu
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Dr. Anthony Amison Agbolosu

Head of Department
Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences, School of Veterinary Medicine, University for Development Studies, Tamale, Northern Region, Ghana, West Africa

Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Animal Science from University of Ghana, Ghana

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Area of Interest:

Animal and Veterinary Sciences
Animal Genetic
Animal Breeding
Animal Diseases
Animal Health

Research Publications in Numbers


Selected Publications

  1. Agbolosu, A.A., S.M.A. Husein, I. Najat and J. Naandam, 2021. Carcass characteristics of domestic pigeon (Columba livia domestica) in the northern region of Ghana. Ghana J. Sci. Technol. Dev., 7: 64-74.
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  2. Agbolosu, A.A. and G. Aawona, 2021. Health and disease management of indigenous ducks (Anas plathrynchus) in the tamale metropolis, Northern region. Global J. Anim. Sci. Res., 9: 100-114.
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  3. Tuaruka, L and A.A. Agbolosu, 2019. Assessing donkey production and management in bunkpurugu/yunyoo district in the northern region of ghana. J. Anim. Husbandry Dairy Sci., 3: 1-5.
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  4. Avornyo, F.K., S.T. Partey, R.B. Zougmore, S. Asare and A.A. Agbolosu et al., 2019. In vivo digestibility of six selected fodder species by goats in northern Ghana. Trop. Anim. Health Prod., 52: 473-480.
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  5. Ahiagbe, K.M.J., B.B. Kayang, A.Naazie, Botchway, P.K and A.A. Agbolosu, 2018. Comparison of vent sexing and polymerase chain reaction for reliable sex determination in Guinea fowls. Ghana J. Agric. Sci., 52: 17-23.
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  6. Mohammed, A., B.D. Nfojoh and A.A. Agbolosu, 2017. Evaluation of false yam icacina oliviformis seed extract as substitute for antibiotics on growth performance and carcass characteristics of broiler chickens. J. Herbal Sci., 6: 4-8.
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  7. Mohammed, A., R. Ekli and A.A. Agbolosu, 2017. Response of chickens fed diets containing fermented soaked false yam icacina oliviformis seed meal on feed digestibility and egg laying performance. Res. Rev. J. Vet. Sci. Technol., 6: 6-11.
  8. Agbolosu, A.A., T. Moses and R.I. Adam, 2014. Effects of replacing maize with graded levels of boiled mango kernel meal on the carcass and sensory characteristics of indigenous guinea fowl (Numida meleagris) meat. Global J. Anim. Scient. Res., 2: 345-350.
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  9. Agbolosu, A.A., F. Amoah and H.K. Dei, 2014. Growth performance of indigenous guinea fowls fed varied levels of boiled mango kernel meal. Global J. Anim. Scient. Res., 2: 372-377.
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  10. Agbolosu, A.A., B.K. Ahunu, G.S. Aboagye, A. Naazie and B.B. Kayang, 2014. Variation in some qualitative traits of the indigenous guinea fowls in Northern Ghana. Global J. Anim. Scient. Res., 2: 396-401.
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  11. Agbolosu, A.A., A. Gerald and A. Abu, 2014. Effects of feeding Albizia Julirissin leaf meal on the carcass and sensory characteristics of rabbits. Global J. Anim. Scient. Res., 2: 402-406.
  12. Avornyo, F.K., S. Salifu, A. Moomen and A.A. Agbolosu, 2013. Effect of dietary protein on the performance of local guinea keets in the northern region of Ghana. Greener J. Agric. Sci., 3: 585-591.
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  13. Anang, B.T., C. Yeboah and A.A. Agbolosu, 2013. Profitability of broiler and layer production in the Brong Ahafo region of Ghana. ARPN J. Agric. Biol. Sci., 8: 423-430.
  14. Alenyorege, B., F. Addy and A.A. Agbolosu, 2013. Linear body measurements as predictors of live weight of the large white pig in Northern Ghana. Ghanaian J. Anim. Sci., 7: 99-105.
  15. Dei, H.K., O. Boateng and A.A. Agbolosu, 2012. Effect of 3-hour day time feed restrictions on performance of broiler chickens during the finisher phase in a hot climate. Family Poult. Commun., 21: 22-27.
  16. Ansah, T., A.A. Agbolosu, G.A. Teye, A. Amponsah and M. Opoku-Agyeman, 2012. Evaluation of corn cob on the growth performance of grasscutter (Thryonomys swinderianus). Anim. Sci. Biotechnol., 45: 7-10.
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  17. Agbolosu, A.A., G.A. Teye, S.N. Jebuni, T. Ansah and J. Naandam, 2012. Comparative study of growth and laying performance of indigenous layer guinea fowls (Numida meleagris) from Upper East, Upper West and Northern regions of Ghana. Agric. Biol. J. North Am., 3: 354-359.
  18. Agbolosu, A.A., G.A. Teye, A.N.A. Adjetey, A. Weseh and J. Naandam, 2012. Performance characteristics of growing indigenous guinea fowls from Upper East, Upper West and Northern regions of Ghana. Agric. Biol. J. North Am., 3: 336-339.
  19. Teye, G.A., H.K. Dei, A.A. Agbolosu, B. Alenyorege and J. Naandam et al., 2011. A Handbook on Whole Cottonseed as Feed Supplement for Small Ruminant. MEDI Press, Accra, Ghana, Pages: 38.
  20. Dei, H.K., S. Mesuna, E.O. Otchere, K.T. Djang-Fordjour, A. Agbolosu and E. Frey, 2006. A preliminary study on growth response of broiler finishers fed processed mottle Mucuna beans (Mucuna pruriens var. utilis). Ghana J. Dev. Stud., 3: 35-43.
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  21. Agbolosu, A.A., B.K. Ahunu and G.S. Aboagye, 2005. Heritability estimates of growth traits and factors affecting them in Djallonke lambs at the Ejura sheep breeding station. J. Ghana Sci. Assoc., 7: 30-36.
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  22. Teye, G.A., P. Gyawu and A.A. Agbolosu, 2001. Growth potential and carcass yield of exotic and indigenous guinea fowls in Ghana. Dev. Spectrum, 1: 34-40.
  23. Teye, G.A., P. Gyawu, A. Agbolosu, H.K. Dei and Y.A. Adjekum, 2000. Simple technique for sexing young guinea fowl. World Poult., 7: 22-23.