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Botswana College of Agriculture
Private Bag 0027
Gaborone, Botswana
Phone: +267 - 3650100
Fax: +267 - 3928753
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The Department of Animal Science Production is made up of five units, Animal Clinic, Diagnostic Lab, Field Lab, Nutritional Lab and Student Enterprise Project

Department of Animal Science and Production

Waugh E. E., Senior Lecturer

Head of Department,
Department of Animal Science & Production,
Private Bag 0027,
Gaborone. Tel: +267 3650256
Fax: +267 3928753

Academic Qualifications

MRCVS,
PhD (Development of Mammalian embryos), (Murdoch), 1989
BVMS (Veterinary medicine and surgery) 1982.)
BVSc (Veterinary Biology) 1980
Dip. Agri. 1972 ( Jamaica), BSc (Animal and Poultry Science), ( Tuskegee), 1978

Research Interests

Adaptive response of the gastrointestinal (GIT) system of the ostrich to the presence of grits in the diet . Sperm production as influenced by tannings from certain plants

Research Projects

Ostrich GIT Adaptive responses to grit in the diet. (Team leader Influence of tannins on sperm production in tswana goats( collaborator)

Recent Publications

Waugh E.E. (2006) The welfare of animals in experimentation. (part 1).Newsletter,Botswana College of Agriculture , Issue 21, 10-12

Waugh E.E. (2006) The welfare of animals in experimentation. (part 2). Newsletter, Botswana College of Agricultur e , Issue 22, 10-12 Waugh, E. E ., Aganga, A. A., Seabo, D., Omphile, U. J., and Tsopito, C. M. (2006) Growth rate and feed conversion rate of Ostriches fed on ration with or without grit in Botswana. International Journal of Poultry Science 5 (5): 470-473

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