Dr. Anthony Kingori

Dr. Anthony Macharia King’ori (Ph.D.)
Senior Lecturer (Animal Nutrition)
Department of Animal Science,
Faculty of Agriculture,
P. O. Box 536, 20115 Egerton, Kenya
Tel: +254 51 221 7808
Email: anthony_kingori@yahoo.com
Website: www.egerton.ac.ke
EDUCATION

1999-2004 Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Animal Production (Nutrition). Egerton University
1991-1996 Master of Science (MSc. ) in Animal Production (Nutrition). Egerton University
1985-1988 Bachelor of Science (BSc.) in Agriculture. University of Nairobi
1976-1979 Diploma in Animal Husbandry. Egerton College

FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION

Animal Nutrition, Livestock Management and Production

WORK EXPERIENCE

July 2014 to date Chairman of Department, Animal Sciences
November 2005 to June 2014 Departmental Examinations Officer.
August 2010 to date Senior Lecturer, Department of Animal Sciences.
November 2002 to August 2010 Lecturer in the Department of Animal Sciences.
July 1988 to November 2002 Assistant Lecturer, Animal Science Department.
April 1982 to July 1988 Demonstrator/ Senior Technician, Animal Science, Egerton College.

MOST RECENT SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

1 King’ori, A.M., Wachira, A.M., Tuitoek, J.K. 2014. Influence of Energy Intake on Egg Production and Weight in Indigenous Chickens of Kenya. International Journal of Poultry Science 13(3):151-155.
2. King’ori, A.M. 2012. Management of poultry processing by-products: utilization of feathers. International Journal of Livestock Research 2:58-64.
3. King’ori, A.M. 2012. Egg quality defects: types, causes and occurrence. Journal of Animal Production Advances 2: 350-357.
4. King’ori, A.M. 2012. Influence of poultry diet on fatty acids, minerals and vitamins composition of the egg: A Review. Journal of Animal Science Advances 2: 583-588
5 King’ori, A.M. 2011. A review of the uses of poultry eggshells and shell membranes. International journal of poultry science 10: 908-912.
6 King’ori, A.M. 2011. Review of the factors that influence egg fertility and hatchability. International journal of poultry science10:483-492.
7 King’ori, A.M., Tuitoek, J.K., Muiruri, H.K., Wachira, A.M. 2010. Effect of Dietary Protein Levels on Egg Production, Hatchability and Post-hatch Offspring Performance of Indigenous Chickens of Kenya. International Journal of Poultry Science 9:324-329.
8 King’ori, A.M., Tuitoek, J.K., Muiruri, H.K. and Wachira, A.M. 2003. Protein Requirements of Growing Indigenous Chickens during the 14-21 Weeks Growing Period. South African Journal of Animal Science 33: 78-82.
9 King’ori, A.M. and Tuitoek, J.K. 1999. Locally Processed Blood Meal as a Protein supplement for Livestock. Egerton Journal of Science and Technology 2:1-6.
10 King’ori, A.M., Tuitoek, J.K., Muiruri, H.K. and Muiruri, H.K. 1998. Comparison of Fermented dried Blood Meal and cooked dried Blood meal as Protein Supplements for Growing Pigs. Tropical Animal Health and Production 30:191-196.

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Nutrient requirements of indigenous livestock, Nutritive value of local feed resources, Animal production value chain development, utilization of animal by-products.