Maseno University

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Name

Dr. Caroline C. Wambui                                                



Department Animal Science
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Address: P.O Box 333, Kisumu
Qualification:
  • Ph.D Global Arid Land Science. The United Graduate School for Agricultural Sciences, Tottori University, Tottori City, Japan. March, 2012. Thesis titled: Evaluation of the associative effects of mixing Kenyan tree browse foliages and yeast supplementation on digestion in ruminants
  • M.Sc Animal Production (Nutrition option); Egerton University, Njoro Kenya. October 2006. Thesis titled: Evaluation of wild sunflower (Tithonia diversifolia) as a protein supplement for growing dairy goats in western Kenya.
  • B.Sc Animal Production (First Class Honours); Egerton University, Njoro Kenya.

Ongoing Research:
  • Determinants of Market Participation in Western Kenya Community Milk Cooling Plants
  • Evaluation of the nutritional value and utilization potential of Croton megalocarpus seeds as a protein supplement in poultry diets


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  1. Wambui, C. C., Njoroge, E. K., Wasike, C. B. 2018: Characterisation of physical egg qualities in indigenous chicken under free range system of production in Western Kenya. Livestock Research for Rural Development. Volume 30, Article #122. Retrieved August 2, 2018, from http://www.lrrd.org/lrrd30/7/wambu30122.html
  2. Emukule, J.I., Kipsat, M. J., Wambui, C. C. 2018. Determinants of Households’ Market Participation around Community Milk Cooling Plants, Western Kenya. Journal of Agricultural Science; Vol. 10, No. 3; 2018. URL: https://doi.org/10.5539/jas.v10n3p204
  3. Kamotho, G.M., Wambui C., and Mutie S. 2015. Influence of school based factors on learning activities in mixed day secondary schools in Njoro sub-county. International Journal of Science and Research ISSN (online):2743-7990
  4. Wambui, C.C., Muir, J.P., Githiori, J., Lambert, B.D. 2013. In vitro organic matter disappearance of tanniferous browse using rumen liquid from goats ingesting grass versus browse. African Journal of Range & Forage Science. http://dx.doi.org/10.2989/10220119.2013.813871
  5. Wambui, C.C., Ando, S., Abdulrazak, S.A., Osuga, I.M., Ichinohe, T. 2012. In vitro assessment of ruminal fermentation characteristics of tropical browse mixtures supplemented with yeast. Grassland Science. Vol. 58 (1) 53 – 57.