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Articles by F.A. Adedeji
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  O.A. Oyewale , O.O. Ojebiyi , F.A. Adedeji , O. Bamidele and E.B. Sonaiya
  Background and Objective: The African Chicken Genetic Gain-Nigeria (ACGG-NG) project members decided to develop a software application to formulate feed rations (feed app) because the available (foreign) feed apps were either too complex for small holders to operate or the feed libraries in such apps could not be edited to include local feed ingredients. The web version of the app is available at http://acggng.com.ng/, whereas the Windows, iOS and Android versions are available at the respective app stores. Materials and Methods: Locally-available feed resources in the project states were compiled into a feed library. The ACGG-NG app formulates rations for growers and layers using 50% of their crude protein requirements. The feed formulations are computed via a Pearson square ration formulation procedure that is enhanced by machine learning. A 10-week feeding trial was conducted involving 24 rural households where scavenging birds received app-formulated supplementation (ScAS) and were compared with scavenging birds that received farmer-formulated supplementation (ScFS) or no supplementation (ScNS) as well as a control group of confined birds that were fed proprietary diets (CPD). Results: The app is interactive and offers a way to formulate lower target quantities of the supplements when the available quantity of an ingredient is insufficient. The average daily gain of the ScAS growers was 49, 121 and 510% of that of the CPD, ScFS and ScNS growers, respectively. Conclusion: The feedapp allowed the use of locally-available feed resources to generate supplementary diets and the app-formulated supplementary diets resulted in enhanced growth in scavenging chickens.
  F.A. Adedeji , Z.B. Ibrahim , S.A. Abdulsalami and A.A. Akinkunmi
  The study was carried out to compare the microbiological and proximate analysis of fresh Synodontis nigrita, Mormyrus rume and Chrysichthys nigrodigitatus sold at Olomore market Abeokuta Ogun State. The results show no significant difference in moisture content of Chrysichthys nigrodigitatus (70.99±1.09%), Mormyrus rume (67.30±4.08%) and Synodontis nigrita (67.33±1.99%). The crude protein content of Chrysichthys nigrodigitatus (12.10±0.74%), Mormyrus rume (15.48±1.63%) and Synodontis nigrita (10.73±0.61%) were measured. The carbohydrate content of Chrysichthys nigrodigitatus (1.15±0.13%), Mormyrus rume (2.09±0.20%) and Synodontis nigrita (2.04±0.10%) were also measured. Fat content of Chrysichthys nigrodigitatus (7.15±1.29%) Mormyrus rume (8.97±1.9%) and Synodontis nigrita (8.62±0.89%) and for ash content of Chrysichthys nigrodigitatus (6.33±0.69%), Mormyrus rume (4.89±0.21%) and Synodontis nigrita (8.85±0.27%) were also calculated. For crude protein there was significant different (p<0.05) same with fat content, ash content and carbohydrate content (p<0.05) unlike moisture content and dry matter content which is 28.57±1.55, 32.50±4.08 and 32.67±1.99% in species analyses. Result showed total bacteria count 1.9-3.8x106 CUF mL-1 from C. nigrodigitatus while 2.8-4.7x106 CUF mL-1 was obtained for S. nigrita and 2.6-3.8x106 CFU mL-1 for M. rume. The micro-organism isolated were Pseudomonas sp., Escherichia sp., Klebsiella sp., Staphylococcus sp., Proteeus sp. and Micrococcus sp. On biochemical characterisation the following bacteria was isolated Pseudomonas sp., Escherichia sp., Klebsiella sp., Staphylococcus sp., Proteus sp. and Micrococcus sp.
 
 
 
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