Dr. Kaushalendra  Kumar

Dr. Kaushalendra Kumar

Assistant Professor
Bihar Veterinary College, India

Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Animal Nutrition from Indian Veterinary Research Institute, India

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Dr. Kaushalendra Kumar is currently working as Assistant Professor at Bihar Veterinary College, India. He obtained his Ph.D. in Animal Nutrition from Bihar Veterinary College, India. His main area of interest related to Mineral Nutrition, Rumen Microbiology, Ruminant Nutrition, and Poultry Nutrition. His area of expertise includes Animal Nutrition, Ruminant, Rumen Microbiology, Fermentation, Mineral Nutrition, Goat Nutrition, Poultry Nutrition, Anaerobes, Protein Nutrition, Energy Nutrition, Immunity, Rumen Fermentation, Plant Secondary Metabolites, Probiotics, and Enzymes. He has published 15 research articles in journals contributed as author/co-author.

Area of Interest:

Animal and Veterinary Sciences
Rumen Microbiology
Ruminant Nutrition
Poultry Nutrition
Animal Nutrition

Selected Publications

  1. Perween, S., K. Kumar, S. Kumar and A.G. Chandramoni, 2017. Effect of feeding different dietary level of energy and protein on nutrient utilization and production economy in vanaraja chicken under hot humid environment. Environ. Ecol., 35: 544-548.
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  2. Kumar, S., K. Kumar, R. Kumari, R.R.K. Sinha and Chandramoni, 2017. Vermicomposting at Dairy farm for sustainable agriculture. Everyman Sci., 1: 317-319.
  3. Kumar, A., K. Kumar, S. Kumar, R.R.K. Chandramoni, J.K.P. Sinha and G.P. Mandal, 2017. Effect of feeding different level of Moringa oleifera leaf meal on growth performance, lipid profile and meat fatty acid composition of Vanaraja chicken in tropics. Indian J. Anim. Sci., 87: 100-100.
  4. Singh, P.K., C. Chandramoni, K. Kumar and S. Kumar, 2016. Effect of feeding wheat and rice straw based complete feed blocks on nutrients utilization, blood biochemical and growth performance in crossbred calves. Indian J. Anim. Sci., 86: 771-776.
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  5. Perween, S., K. Kumar, S.K. Chandramoni, P.K. Singh, M. Kumar and A. Dey, 2016. Effect of feeding different dietary levels of energy and protein on growth performance and immune status of Vanaraja chicken in the tropic. Vet. World, 9: 893-899.
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  6. Paswan, J.K., K. Kumar and S. Kumar, 2016. Effect of feeding Acacia nilotica pod meal on hematobiochemical profile and fecal egg count in goats. Vet. World, 9: 1400-1406.
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  7. Kumar, P., S. Kumar, K. Kumar, P.K. Singh, J. Kumari and P. Sinha, 2016. Performance of buffalo calves as influenced by inclusion of formaldehyde treated mustard oil cake in the ration. Indian J. Anim. Nutr., 33: 467-470.
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  8. Kumar, K., S. Perween, S. Kumar, R.R.K. Sinha, D. Kumar and Chandramoni, 2016. Role of livestock on global warming and its mitigation strategies for sustainable production. Livestock Feed Trends, 14: 8-16.
  9. Kumar, K., S. Kumar and Chandramoni, 2016. Importance of tannin rich feed resources in livestock production under indian perspectives. Livestock Feed Trends, 13: 25-30.
  10. Kumar, K., L.C. Chaudhary, N. Agarwal and D.N. Kamra, 2016. Effect of supplementing Streptococcus gallolyticus strain TDGB 406 on rumen fermentation and microbial profile of goats fed on oak leaves. Anim. Nutr. Feed Technol., 16: 495-503.
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  11. Kumar, K., L.C. Chaudhary, N. Agarwal and D.N. Kamra, 2016. Effect of feeding tannin-degrading bacteria Streptococcus gallolyticus strain TDGB 406 on meat quality of goats fed with Quercus semicarpifolia leaves. Trop. Anim. Health Prod., 48: 1513-1516.
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  12. Kumar, S., R. Kumari, K. Kumar and T.K. Walli, 2015. Roasting and formaldehyde method to make bypass protein for ruminants and its importance: A review. Indian J. Anim. Sci., 85: 223-230.
  13. Kumar, K., 2015. Dietary manipulation of rumen ecosystem: A tool for better performance in ruminants. Livestock Feed Trends, 13: 44-52.
  14. Kumari, P., K.K. Chandramoni and S. Kumar, 2014. Effect of dietary supplement of sugar beet, neem leaf, linseed and coriander on growth performance and carcass trait of Vanaraja chicken. Vet. World, 7: 639-643.
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  15. Kumari, P., K. Kumar, S. Kumar, A. Gattani and A. Kumar, 2014. Effect of dietary supplementation of sugar beet, neem leaf, linseed and coriander on haemato-biochemical profile and muscle cholesterol of vanaraja chicken. Indian J. Poult. Sci., 49: 346-349.
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  16. Kumar, K., S. Kumar, R.R.K. Sinha and R. Kumari, 2014. Importance of antioxidant vitamins for ruminants in relation to stress and reproduction: An overview. Livestock Line, 7: 13-18.
  17. Kumar, K., N. Kewalramani and S. Kumar, 2014. Status of Copper, Zinc and Iron in different sources of drinking water for livestock in Haryana. Indian Vet. J., 91: 44-45.
  18. Kumar, K., L.C. Chaudhary, N. Agarwal and D.N. Kamra, 2014. Isolation and characterization of tannin-degrading bacteria from the rumen of goats fed oak (Quercus semicarpifolia) leaves. Agric. Res., 3: 377-385.
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  19. Kumar, K., L.C. Chaudhary, N. Agarwal and D.N. Kamra, 2014. Effect of feeding tannin degrading bacterial culture (Streptococcus gallolyticus strain TDGB 406) on nutrient utilization, urinary purine derivatives and growth performance of goats fed on Quercus semicarpifolia leaves. J. Anim. Physiol. Anim. Nutr., 98: 879-885.
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  20. Kumar, K., L.C. Chaudhary and S. Kumar, 2014. Exploitation of tannins to modulate rumen ecosystem and ruminants performance: A review. Indian J. Anim. Sci., 84: 609-618.
  21. Kumar, K. and N. Kewalramani, 2014. Status of some essential heavy metals in different water sources of Haryana state. Res. Rev. J. Vet. Sci. Technol., 3: 24-28.
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  22. Sinha, R.R.K., R.K. Nirala, P. Shekhar and K. Kumar, 2013. Care and management of Dog during summer. Livestock Line, 1: 3-5.
  23. Singh, P.K., Chandramoni, K. Kumar and S. Kumar, 2013. Densified complete feed blocks for sustainable livestock production. Livestock Line, 7: 13-18.
  24. Narayan, J., K.K. Chandramoni, S. Kumar and P.K. Singh, 2013. Nutritional evaluation of jhunjhuna (Trema orientalis) tree leaves in black bengal kids. Indian J. Anim. Nutr., 30: 262-266.
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  25. Kumar, K., 2011. Role of tannins on animal performance: An overview. J. Natl. Remedies, 11: 82-89.
  26. Kumar, K. and N. Kewalramani, 2011. Copper, Zinc and Iron status in milk and hair of dairy animals in Haryana. Anim. Nutr. Feed Technol., 11: 271-276.
  27. Singh, B., K. Kumar and K.P. Chethan, 2010. Biosynthesis of proteins in rumen. Livestock Line, 3: 5-7.
  28. Saxena, V.K., R. Deb, B. Singh, K. Kumar, K.P. Chethan and M. Choubey, 2010. Impact of livestock on global warming. Dairy Planner, 6: 7-8.
  29. Kumar, S., J.C. Benjamin, R. Lawrence and K. Kumar, 2010. Evaluation of selected nosocomial bacterial pathogens isolated from hospital aerosol and their antibiotic susceptibility pattern. J. Pure Applied Microbiol., 4: 903-906.
  30. Kumar, K., V.K. Paswan, P.C. Sakthivel and R.R.K. Sinha, 2010. Role of direct-fed microbial in animal production and health-a review. Livestock Line., 4: 15-19.
  31. Kumar, K., 2010. Dietary management of hepatic disorders in ruminants. Livestock Line, 4: 24-29.
  32. Kumar, K. and N. Kewalramani, 2010. Status of Copper, Zinc and Iron in animal tissues in different district of Haryana. Indian Vet. J., 87: 928-929.
  33. Deb, R., K. Kumar, B. Singh, V.K. Saxena and V.K. Singh, 2010. Conventional vs. recombinant antigen based detection of mycobacterim avium subspecies paratuberculosis infection in animals. Livestock Line, 4: 27-30.
  34. Choubey, M., B. Singh, K. Kumar, K. Sethy and K.P. Chethan, 2010. Recent management techniques of bloat in ruminants. Dairy Planner, 6: 19-21.
  35. Kumar, K., S.S. Zadbuke, V.K. Paswan, P.C. Sakthivel and B. Singh, 2009. Safety and nutritive value of genetically modified feeds for animals. Dairy Planner, 6: 12-15.
  36. Kumar, K., N. Kewalramani, H. Kaur and V. Mani, 2009. Status of Copper, Iron and Zinc in berseem fodder in different Districts of Haryana. Indian J. Anim. Nutr., 26: 107-111.
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  37. Kumar, K., N. Kewalramani, V. Mani and H. Kaur, 2008. Status of copper, iron and zinc in feeds, fodders and milk samples in Haryana. Indian J. Dairy Sci., 61: 441-446.
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