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Prof. Ajebu Nurfeta

Name:                         Ajebu Nurfeta ajebu

Citizenship:                Ethiopian

Office Address:         School of Animal and Range Sciences,

College of Agriculture,

Hawassa University

P.O. Box 5, Hawassa, Ethiopia

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Cell phone: +2510916032359

EDUCATION

1985-1986       Diploma (Distinction), Animal Science, Awassa College of Agriculture, Addis

                        Ababa University, Awassa, Ethiopia, 1986 (Now Hawassa University)

1993-1996       B. Sc. (Hons.), Animal Science, The University of Reading, UK

1996-1997       M. Sc., Dairy Animal Science, The University of Reading, UK

2004-2008       PhD, Animal Nutrition, Department of Animal and Aqucultural Sciences,

                        Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway

EMPLOYMENT and ADMINSTRATIVE POSITIONS

 

February 12, 2015 till now                              Professor

January 27, 2012 till February 11, 2015          Associate Professor, Hawassa University

December 2008-January 27, 2012                   Assistant professor, Hawassa University

September 2014 till January 8, 2016               Dean, College of Agriculture

 

September 2012 till September 2014               Research and Graduate Studies Coordinator, College

                                                                        of Agriculture

January 2010- September 2012                       Head, Academic programs, College of Agriculture

January to May 2010                                   Acting Head, Department of Animal and Range Sciences, Hawassa University

1997-2003                                                       Lecturer, Hawassa University, Ethiopia

1987-1993                                           Technical Assistant, Addis Ababa University,

                                                            Awassa College of Agriculture, Ethiopia

 

SHORT COURSES AND TRAININGS

 

  • Dairy Cattle Production for Rural Development, International Agricultural Centre (IAC), The Netherlands, August-November 2000 (3½ month).
  • Dairy Cattle Production, Kibbutz Shefayim, Israel, August 2001 (1 month)
  • African Range Ecology, Forte Hare University, South Africa, July-August 2004 (2 month)
  • Forage Evaluation in Ruminant Nutrition, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden, Umeå (1 week), November 2008.
  • Visiting Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany, for 4 months (September 1 to December 31, 2010).
  • Visiting Researcher, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway (August 5 to September 5, 2013)
  • Value Chain and Curriculum Development (28th March -1st April 2011), Adama, Ethiopia (Training provided by STOAS University of Applied Sciences and Teacher Education).
  • Scientific Writing in English, March 6-8, 2007, UMB, Norway
  • Nutritional and Parasitological Training, Scotland’s Rural College, Edinburgh, UK (1 May 2014 to 1 June 2014).

 

PUBLICATIONS:

 

A. Published articles on peer reviewed journals

  1. Ajebu Nurfeta, Abebe Berecha, Aberra Melesse. The effects of tagasaste (Chymancytisus palmensis) leaf meal supplementation on feed intake, growth performance and carcass characteristics of Rhode Island Red chicks (Accepted, Ethiopian Journal of Animal Production).
  2. Tegene Negesse, Adugna Gebregiorgis, Ajebu Nurfeta, 2016. Assessment of livestock feed resources and effect of supplementing sweet potato vine hay on growth performance and feed intake of grazing local goats in Aleta Chuko district, Sidama Zone, SNNPRS, Ethiopia. International Journal of Environment, Agriculture and Biotechnology, 1(3):466-475.
  3. Lidetewold Tsega, Ajebu Nurfeta and Aster Abebe. 2016. Cactus (Opuntia ficus indica) fruit meal as a partial replacement of maize in broiler ration. Ethiopian Journal of Applied Science and Technology, 7(1): 34-45.
  4. Bizelew Gelayenew, Ajebu Nurfeta, Getnet Assefa, Getahun Asebe, 2016.       Assessment of Livestock Feed Resources in the Farming Systems of Mixed and Shifting Cultivation, Gambella Regional State, Southwestern Ethiopia, Global Journal of Science Frontier Research, D Agriculture and Veterinary, 16 (5): 11-20.
  5. Mengistu Lemma, Tegene Negesse, Ajebu Nurfeta, 2016. Assessment of feed resource availability and quality in Kedida Gamela District, Southern Ethiopia. International Journal of Environment, Agriculture and Biotechnology, 1(1): 31-39.
  6. Tsedey Azeze, Zelalem Yilma, Ajebu Nurfeta and Haile Welaregay, 2015. Utilization and quality of goat milk in Hadiya zone, Southern Ethiopia. Global Journal of Food Science and Technology, 3 (6): 197-203.
  7. Ajebu Nurfeta, Abebash Kifle, and Aster Abebe. 2015. The effect of replacement of maize with kocho on feed intake, growth performance and carcass characteristics of Hubbard broiler chickens. Journal of Science and Development, 3(1): 36-44.
  8. SisayTadesse,Sandip Banerjee,AjebuNurfeta and BanguBekele, 2015. Studieson supplementation ofgradedlevels ofMillitia ferruginea leafmealon feed intake, growth performance and carcass characters of ArsiBaleGoats. Global Journal of Science Fortier Research: D Agriculture and Veterinary, 12 (8): 11-19.
  9. Gebreegziabher Zereu, Tegene Negesse and Ajebu Nurfeta, 2015. Nutritive value of fresh dried (hay) and ensiled vines of four sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas) varieties grown in Southern Ethiopia. Tropical and Subtropical Agroecosystems, 18:195-205.
  10. Ajebu Nurfeta, Aman Getiso, 2014. The nutritional value of enset Kocho as an alternate concentrate for sheep fed Rhodes grass hay. Ethiopian Journal of Animal Production, 14 (1): 34-50.
  11. GebreegziabherZereu,TegeneNegesseandAjebuNurfeta. 2014. Chemical composition and in vitro dry matter digestibility of vines and roots of four sweet potato (Ipomoeabatatas) varieties grown in Southern Ethiopia. Tropical and Subtropical Agro Ecosystem 17: 547-555.
  12. Tollossa Worku, Edesa Negera, Ajebu Nurfetaand Haile Welearegay, 2014 Milk handling practices and its challenges in Borana PastoralCommunity, Ethiopia. African Journal of Agricultural Research, 9 (15): 1192-1199.
  13. Ajebu Nurfeta and Lars Olav Eik, 2014.Assessment of different levels of enset (Ensete ventricosum) corm as an energy supplement in sheep fed a basal diet of Rhodes grass hay.Tropical Animal Health and Production 46 (4): 905-911.
  14. Abebe Bereda, Zelalem Yilma and Ajebu Nurfeta, 2014. Dairy production system and constraints in Ezha Districts of the Gurage Zone, Southern Ethiopia.Global Veterinaria 12 (2): 181-186.
  15. Ajebu Nurfeta, Yunus Abdu, 2014. Feeding value of different levels of malt sprout and Katikala atella on nutrient utilization and growth performance of sheep fed basal diet of Rhodes grass hay. Tropical Animal Health and Production, 46: 541-547.    
  16. Abebe Bereda, Zelalem Yilma and Ajebu Nurfeta, 2013. Handling, processing and utilization of milk and milk products in Ezha district of the Gurage zone, Southern Ethiopia. Journal of Agricultural Biotechnology and Sustainable Development, 5(6): 91-98.
  17. Ajebu Nurfeta, Asdesach Churfo, Aster Abebe. 2013. Substitution of pigeon pea leaves for noug (Guizotia abyssinica) seed cake as a protein supplement to sheep fed low quality tropical grass hay. Ethiopian Journal of Applied Science and Technology, 4 (1): 1-13.
  18. Asrat Ayza, Zelalem Yilma, Ajebu Nurfeta, 2013. Characterization of milk production systems in and around Boditti, South Ethiopia. Livestock Research for Rural Development. Volume 25, Article#183.

     http://www.llrd.org/llrd25/10/ayza25183.htm.

  1. Dawit Assefa, Ajebu Nurfeta and Sandip Baneerje, 2013. Assessment of feed resource availability and livestock production constraints in selected Kebeles of Adami Tullu Jiddo Kombolcha District, Ethiopia. African Journal of Agricultural Research, 8(29): 4067-4073.
  2. Ajebu Nurfeta, Meseret Abie, Tegene Negesse, 2013. On-farm evaluation of the effect of urea treatment and concentrate supplementation of Teff and Finger Millet straws on dry matter degradability, feed intake and growth performance of Washera Sheep. Ethiopian Journal of Animal Production, 13 (1): 103-107.
  3. Dawit Gudeta, Ajebu Nurfeta and Sandip Banarjee, 2013. Effect of molasses level in a concentrate mixture on performances of crossbred heifer calves fed a basal diet of maize stover. Journal of Cell and Animal Biology, 7: 1-8.
  4. Tadesse Megersa, Mengistu Urge, Ajebu Nurfeta, 2013. Effects of feeding sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas) vines as a supplement on feed intake, growth performance, digestibility and carcass characteristics of Sidama goats fed a basal diet of natural grass hay. Tropical Animal Health and Production, 45: 593-601.
  5. Ajebu Nurfeta, Meseret Tsegaye and Aster Abebe, 2012. Effects of substituting maize with kocho on intake, digestibility, nitrogen utilization and body weight gain in sheep fed a basal diet of Rhodes grass hay. Ethiopian Journal of Applied Sciences and Technology, Vol 3 (2): 13-24.
  6. Ajebu Nurfeta, Gashahun Bino, Girma Abebe, 2012. On-farm evaluation of enset leaf supplementation on does’ milk yield and composition and growth rates of their kids. Ethiopian Journal of Applied Sciences and Technology, 3(1): 1-9.
  7. A. Asrat, Y. Zelalem and N. Ajebu, 2012. Quality of fresh whole milk produced in and around Boditti, Wolaita, South Ethiopia. The African Journal of Animal and Biomedical Sciences, 7(2), 95-99.
  8. Abebe Bereda, Zelalem Yilma,Ajebu Nurfeta,2012. Hygienic and microbial quality of raw whole cow’s milk produced in Ezha district of the Gurage zone, Southern Ethiopia.Journal of Agricultural Research, 1(11): 459-465.
  9. Tollossa Worku, Edessa Negera, Ajebu Nurfeta and Haile Welearegay, 2012. Microbiological quality and safety of raw milk collectedfrom Borana pastoral community, Oromia Regional State. African Journal of Food Science and Technology, 3(9): 213-222.
  10. Ajebu Nurfeta. 2012. Nutrient utilization as influenced by varying levels of atella in sheep fed a basal diet of wheat straw. Ethiopian Journal of Animal Production, 12 (1) 23-36.
  11. Feleke G/Giorgis, Tegene Negesse, Ajebu Nurfeta, 2012. Feed intake and utilization in sheep fed graded levels of dried moringa (Moringa stenopetala) leaf as a supplement to Rhodes grass hay. Tropical Animal Health and Production, 44:511-517.
  12. Asmamaw Yinnesu and Ajebu Nurfeta, 2012. Effects of supplementing Erythrina brucei leaf as a substitute for cotton seed meal on performance of Sidama goats fed basal diet of natural grass hay. Tropical Animal Health and Production, 44:445-451.
  13. Bersissa Kumsa, Adugna Tolera, Ajebu Nurfeta, 2010b. Comparative efficacy of seven brands of albendazole against naturally acquired gastrointestinal nematodes in sheep in Hawassa, Southern Ethiopia. Turkish Journal of Veterinary and Animal Science, 34(5): 417-425.
  14. Ajebu Nurfeta, 2010a. Feed intake, digestibility, nitrogen utilization and body weight change of sheep consuming wheat straw supplemented with local agricultural and agro-industrial by-products. Tropical Animal Health and Production, 42:815-824.
  15. Ajebu Nurfeta, 2010b. Digestibility and nitrogen utilization in sheep fed enset (Ensete ventricosum) pseudostem or corm and graded levels of Desmodium intortum hay to wheat straw based diets. Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition, 94:773-779.
  16. Ajebu Nurfeta, Adugna Tolera, Lars O. Eik and Frik Sundstøl, 2009a. Effect of enset (Ensete ventricosum) leaf supplementation on feed intake, digestibility, nitrogen utilization and body weight gain of sheep fed untreated or urea and calcium oxide treated wheat straw. Livestock Science, 122: 134-142.
  17. Ajebu Nurfeta, A Tolera, L.O. Eik and F Sundstøl, 2009b. Feeding value of enset (Ensete ventricosum), Desmodium intortum hay and untreated or urea and calcium oxide treated wheat straw for sheep. Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition, 93:94-104.
  18. Bersissa Kumsa and Ajebu Nurfeta, 2008a. Comparative efficacy of albendazole, tetramisole and ivermectin against gastrointestinal nematodes in naturally infected sheep in Hawassa, southern Ethiopia. Revue de Médecine Vétérinaire, 159 (12): 593-598.
  19. Ajebu Nurfeta, Adugna Tolera, Lars O.Eik and Frik undstøl, 2008b. Yield and mineral content of ten enset (Ensete ventricosum) varieties. Tropical Animal Health and Production, 40: 299-309.
  20. Ajebu Nurfeta, Lars O. Eik, Adugna Tolera and Frik Sundstøl, 2008c. Chemical composition and in sacco dry matter degradability of different morphological fractions of 10 enset (Ensete ventricosum) varieties. Animal Feed Science and Technology, 146: 55-73.
  21. Ajebu Nurfeta, Adugna Tolera, Lars O. Eik and Frik Sundstøl, 2008d. The supplementary value of different parts of enset (Ensete ventricosum) to sheep fed wheat straw and Desmodium intortum hay. Livestock Science, 119: 22-30.
  22. Kebebe Ergano and Ajebu Nurfeta, 2006. Economic performance of case study dairy farm in Southern Ethiopia. Livestock Research for Rural Development, 18, Article # 8, http://www.lrrd.org/lrrd18/1/erga18008.htm.
  23. Demelash Biffa, Ajebu Nurfeta and Yilma Jobre, 2004. Evaluation of anthelmintic activities of crude leaf extract of the three indigenous herbal plants against ovine gastrointestinal nematodosis. Ethiopian Veterinary Journal, 8: 57-66.
  24. Demelash Biffa and Ajebu Nurfeta, 2003. Observation into the effects of outbreak of coccidiosis associated with respiratory infection at the poultry farm of Awassa College of Agriculture. Ethiopian Veterinary Journal, 7:32-45.

B. BOOKS

  1. AbebeBereda,ZelalemYilma andAjebu Nurfeta. 2014. Production, Handlingand UtilizationofMilkand MilkProductsin selected districts ofSouth Ethiopia.LambertAcademicPublishing(LAP). ISBN: 978-3-659-62510-7.97 pp.
  2. Teshome Degefa, Ajebu Nurfeta and Nega Tola. 2014. Production and reproduction performance of Arsi HF crossbred dairy cow: Dairy cattle breed improvement activities in Ethiopia. LambertAcademicPublishing. ISBN: 9783659492884. 80 pp.
  3. Asrat Ayza, Zelalem Yilm and Ajebu Nurfeta. 2014. Production, Utilization and Marketing of Milk and Milk Products: Quality Of Fresh Whole Milk Produced In And Around Boditti Town, Wolaita, South Ethiopia. LambertAcademicPublishing. ISBN: 978-3659625763. 140 pp
  4. Ajebu Nurfeta, 2008. Evaluation of the Nutritive Value of Enset (Ensete ventricosum) as Livestock Feed in Southern Ethiopia. Doctor of philosophy (Ph.D.) Thesis, ISSN 1503-1667.

C. CONFERENCE, WORKSHOP PROCEEDINGS:

  1. Gashahun Bino, Girma Abebe and Ajebu Nurfeta, 2012. On-farm evaluation of enset leaf supplementation on milk yield and composition of lactating doe’s and kid’s growth performance in Umbulo Wacho watershed, Sidama Zone, Southern Ethiopia. 263-275. Proceedings of the 19th Annual Conference of the Ethiopia Society of Animal Production (ESAP) Held in Addis Ababa, December 15-17, 2011. ESAP, Addis Ababa, 441 pp.
  2. Dawit Assefa, Ajebu Nurfeta, Sandip Banerjee, 2013. Assessment of Feed Resource Availability and Livestock production Constraints in Adami Tullu Jiddo Kombolcha Wereda. In: Livestock at the crossroads of climate change and variability. Proceedings of the 20th annual conference of the Ethiopia Society of Animal Production (ESAP) held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, October 3 to 5, 2012. ESAP, Addis Ababa.
  3. Abebe Bereda, Zelalem Yilma, Ajebu Nurfeta, 2013. Handling, processing and utilization of milk and milk products in Ezha District of the Gurage zone, Southern Ethiopia. In: Livestock at the crossroads of climate change and variability. Proceedings of the 20th annual conference of the Ethiopia Society of Animal Production (ESAP) held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, October 3 to 5, 2012. ESAP, Addis Ababa.
  4. Ajebu Nurfeta, Abebe Berecha, Aberra Melesse, 2013. The Effects of Tagasaste (Chymancytisus palmensis) Leaf Meal Supplementation on Feed Intake, Growth Performance and Carcass Characteristics of Rhode Island Red Chicks. In: Agricultural development within the rural-urban continuum. Tropentag, September 17 - 19, 2013, Stuttgart-Hohenheim (Abstract).
  5. Ajebu Nurfeta and Aster Abebe, 2013. The effect of substituting noug seed cake with pigeon pea leaf on feed intake, digestibility, nitrogen utilization and weight change of sheep fed basal diet of Rhodes grass hay. Pp1-12. Proceeding of the Annual Research Review Workshop. Volume 1, 29-30 April, 2013, Hawassa, Ethiopia.
  6. Ajebu Nurfeta and Aster Abebe, 2013. The effect of substituting maize with Kocho on intake, digestibility, nitrogen utilization and growth in sheep fed a basal diet of Rhodes grass hay. Pp13-25. Proceeding of the Annual Research Review Workshop. Volume 1, 29-30 April, 2013, Hawassa, Ethiopia.
  7. Athanasiadou S, Debela E, Regassa A, Tolera A, Nurfeta A, Tolossa K, Terry S, Houdijk JGM, 2014. Anthelmintic Ethiopian medicinal plants for small ruminants: in vitro and in vivo studies. Proceedings of the 13th International Conference for Parasitology; A2187.
  8. Athanasiadou S, Tolera A, Debela E, Tolossa K, Terry S, Regassa A, Nurfeta A, Houdijk JGM, 2014. In vivo validation of the antiparasitic properties of medicinal plants. Advances in Animal Biosciences 4, 46.
  9. Debela E, Athanasiadou S, Regassa A, Gebre S, Tolera, A, Nurfeta A, Terry S, Houdijk JGM, in press. In vitro validation of some Ethiopian extracts against two tick species (B. decoloratus&A. variegatum).Proceedings of the Second Workshop ‘Identification, investigation and implementation of plant based parasite control strategies’. Compiled by Nurfeta, A and Regassa A. Hawassa University, Ethiopia.
  10. Nurfeta A, Tolera A, Debela E, Regassa A, Athanasiadou S, Tolossa K, Bokore T, Banerjee S, Houdijk JGM, 2014. Evaluation of anthelmintic properties of Itacha (Dodonea angustifolia) leaves in goats. Proceedings of the 13th International Conference for Parasitology; A2746.
  11. Nurfeta A, Tolera A, 2013. Anti-nutritional and beneficial effects of plant secondary metabolites. Proceedings of the First Workshop ‘Identification, investigation and implementation of plant based parasite control strategies’. Compiled by Nurfeta, A and Regassa A. Hawassa University, Ethiopia. pp 48-58.
  12. Aster Abebe and Ajebu Nurfeta. 2015.Effect of feeding different levels of Furfurame on growth performance and carcass traits of Hubbard chickens. Pp13-27. Proceeding of the 36th Annual Research Review Workshop. Volume 1, May, 2015, College of Agriculture, Hawassa University, Hawassa, Ethiopia.
  13. Ajebu Nurfeta and Aster Abebe. 2015. Evaluation of replacement value of kocho with maize on the growth performance and carcass characteristics of broiler chickens. Pp28-41. Proceeding of the 36th Annual Research Review Workshop. Volume 1, May, 2015, College of Agriculture, Hawassa University, Hawassa, Ethiopia.
  14. Adugna Tolera, Aster Abebe and Ajebu Nurfeta. 2015. Review of the nutritional profile and feeding values of forages from rangelands of Ethiopia. Editors: Alemu Yami, Getinet Asefa and Lemma Gizachew, In: Pasture and Rangeland Research and Development in Ethiopia. Proceedings, Ethiopian Society of Animal Production. Pp 119-144.
  15. Guyo Demisse, Ajebu Nurfeta,Yoseph Mekasha and Azage Tegegne. Cattle fattening and marketing system along the value chain in Bonke woreda of Gamo Gofa zone, southern Ethiopia (submitted to ESAP, 2016)
  16. Mekuanent Baye, Ajebu Nurfeta and Sandip Banerjee. Effect of feeding thyme (Thymus schimperi) on feed intake, digestibility, carcass characteristics and sensory quality of meat of Arsi-Bale sheep fed a basal diet of barley straw (submitted to ESAP, 2016).
  17. Aberra Melesse and Ajebu Nurfeta, 2016. Effect of feeding graded levels of dried Moringa stenopetala pod meal on feed intake, growth performance and carcass characteristics of cob-500 broiler chickens. Pp76-91. Proceedings of the 37th Annual Research Review Workshop: College of Agriculture, Hawassa University.
  18. Aberra Melesse and Ajebu Nurfeta, 2016. Effect of substituting wheat bran for green pod of Moringa stenopetala on feed intake, digestibility and growth performance of Adilo sheep fed natural grass hay as a basal diet. Pp 92-109. Proceedings of the 37th Annual Research Review Workshop: College of Agriculture, Hawassa University
  19. Ajebu Nurfeta, Amsalu Sisay and Tegene Negesse. 2016. Chemical composition and in vitro gas production of selected indigenious browses from Sidama zone, Ethiopia. Pp 110-120. Proceedings of the 37th Annual Research Review Workshop: College of Agriculture, Hawassa University.
  20. Tegene Negesse, Amsalu Sisay, Ajebu Nurfeta and Aster Abebe. 2016. Potentials of tannin-rich browses from Sidama and Mid Rift Valley areas on reducing methane emission by ruminants. 134-149. Pp 110-120. Proceedings of the 37th Annual Research Review Workshop: College of Agriculture, Hawassa University.

D. Projects

 

  1. Identification, investigation and implementation of plant-based parasite control strategies. A joint project with Disease Systems, Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC). Supported by Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council and Department for International Development, SCOTLAND. Co-investigator. Completed
  2. Estimation of intake, diet composition and nutrient digestibility of grazing ruminants in the highlands of Ethiopia using n-Alkanes and their stable carbon isotope enrichments as markers. Funded by International Atomic Agency. Co-investigator. Ongoing.
  3. Improving the productivity of ruminants through proper utilization of farm-based feed resources: case of enset (Ensete ventricosum) in southern Ethiopia. 2010-2014. Supported by NORAD. 130, 000 Norwegian kroner. Sole researcher. Completed.

F. Community service and workshop participation

  1. Ajebu Nurfeta, Walelign Worku and Alemayehu Chala. 2014. Climate smart agriculture practices in the Lake Hawassa Ecosystem. Consultancy document. SOS-Sahel, Hawassa. Pp119.
  2. University-led extension and community engagement organized by Colorado State University, University of Nairobi and Hawassa University. College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences, University of Nairobi, March 2015.
  3. East Africa regional SAFE networking workshop, Hotel Africana, Kampala, Uganda , 27-28 July, 2015.

G. Professional contributions and other services

  1. Section editor (Feeds and Nutrition), Ethiopian Journal of Animal Production
  2. Reviewer of many national and International peer reviewed journals (SINET, Ethiopian Journal of Animal Production, Ethiopian Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Journal of Science and Development, Animal Production Science, Journal of Science and Sustainable Development, etc)
  3. Member of Society of Animal Production
  4. Served as external examiner for PhD (Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Haramaya University, Addis Ababa University) and MSc students (Haramaya University, Ambo University).
  5. Served as Hawassa University senate executive committee member
  6. Served as Hawassa University senate member

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